Biography

Janice Nash is an Associate Professor in the Department of Nursing, where she serves as the BSN Program Director. She received her bachelor's degree from York College of Pennsylvania, a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Pittsburgh and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Carlow University. Janice has 30 years of clinical experience in acute care, specifically in medical-surgical nursing.

She has developed and taught courses at all levels of the BSN program including Introduction to Nursing, Freshmen Year Experience, Health Assessment and Fundamentals of Nursing, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Introduction to Research, Nursing Management, Medical Surgical Nursing and Critical Care. Her teaching experience includes both classroom and clinical courses. Additionally she has worked extensively with curriculum development and assessment within the Department of Nursing and the university.

In addition to teaching, Janice enjoys advising and mentoring undergraduate students and recent graduates in career planning.

Janice's research interests are focused on learning strategies to foster critical thinking among undergraduate nursing students. She worked collaboratively with nurse leaders from a health care system to develop a perioperative summer internship program for nursing students.

Janice has been teaching at Carlow for 17 years.