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Tracy Riley, PhD, APRN - CNS, CNE

Tracy Riley, PhD, APRN - CNS, CNE


Institution Degree Graduation Date
University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing PhD 1999
Case Western Reserve University, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing MSN 1992
Walsh College BSN 1987
Kent State University ADN 1983
  • NURS 760: DNP Practicum II
  • NURS 754: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention for Individual and Population Health
  • NURS 504: Leadership in Advanced Nursing Roles
  • NURS 503: Theoretical Foundations of Nursing
  • HUMN 505: Seminar in Scholarly Writing
Institution Position Start Date End Date
Mount Carmel College of Nursing Professor 2015 Present
The University of Akron, College of Health Professions, Associate Professor 2009 2015
Kent State University, College of Nursing Associate Professor 2006 2009
Position Year
Member, Ohio Nurses Association 2016-Present
Board of Director, Stark-Carroll District Nurses Association 2017-Present
Delegate, Ohio Nurses Association 2017
Elder and Clerk of Session, Northminster Presbyterian Church 2016-Present
Camp Nurse, Camp Wakonda 2018

Kerrigan, K. & Riley, T.A. (2017). Medical-surgical nursing and the importance of timely palliative care. MedSurg Matters, 26(5), 4-6.

Sterns, A.A. & Riley, T.A. (2016). Improving health literacy and health outcomes using cognitive prosthetic devices. In, K. Kopera-Frye (Ed.), Health literacy among older adults, Springer Publishing Co.

O’Handley, H., Riley, T.A., Severt, P. (2018).

Student success with computerized testing

. Presentation delivered at Ohio League for Nursing Summit, Dublin OH, April 5-6.

Riley, T.A. (2016). Translating evidenced-based knowledge into practice. Presentation delivered to Mount Carmel Health System, Evidence-based Practice and Scholarly Works day, Columbus, OH. May 12, 2016.

Riley, T.A. (2016). Doctoral faculty practice, population health, and community engaged scholarship. Poster presentation delivered to AACN Doctoral Education Conference, Naples, FL. January 28, 2016.

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