Kerry Fankhauser, MS, RN, UZIT

Assistant Professor, ADL Specialty Nursing Courses


Teach N3525: Complementary and Alternative Modalities, Clinical Instructor for N408, Academic Department Leader for Specialty Nursing Courses


BSN from Capital University, Columbus, OH
MSN from Mt. Carmel College of Nursing

Certifications, Honors & Achievements

Urban Zen Integrative Therapy certification
200 hr Yoga Teacher certification
Graduate from the Legal Nurse Consultant Program, Capital University Law School
MCCN Faculty Award 2012
MCHS Excellence in Nursing Award 2012
MCCN Leadership Award recipient for the graduating Master students May, 2010


Hilty, D. & Fankhauser, K. (2017, April). Cognitive-affective changes & essential oils. Poster Presentation at Sigma Theta Tau International Central Ohio Consortium Spring Scholarship Day, Columbus, Ohio.

Hilty, D., Gish, B., Gill-Rocha, J., Fankhauser, K., & Severt, P. (2018, April). Using interdisciplinary teaching to illustrate the relationship between nursing specialties & statistics. Poster Presentation at Midwest Nursing Research Society at Cleveland, Ohio.

Dougherty, E., Hilty, D., Fankhauser, K., & Dolan, S. (2018, September). Preliminary investigation to improve nursing students ability to provide two areas of holistic care. Poster presentation at the National League of Nursing Education Summit, Chicago, Illinois.


Created and presented a 1.0 contact hour for nurses at a Mount Carmel College of Nursing Lunch and Learn event on Patient Centered Medical Homes (Nov), 2014

Created and presented a 1.0 contact hour for nurses at a Mount Carmel College of Nursing Symposium for Advanced Nursing Practice on Risk Management/Legal Issues, 04-16-11

Community/Professional Service

Liaison for Mount Carmel College of Nursing for the Ohio Nurses Association’s (ONA)
Nurses Day at the Statehouse (NDASH) event
Liaison for the Mount Carmel Health System Nurse Residency Program
Member of the Ohio Nurses Association’s (ONA)
Member and officer for Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing, Rho Omicron Chapter