Department/Program: Nursing / Nursing and Allied Health
Dr. Mitchell joined OLHCC in Fall 2011. She has taught in Colorado, Louisiana and Mississippi in associate degree, baccalaureate, masters and doctoral programs. She is currently teaching Contemporary Issues in Nursing, Nursing Research & Evidence Based Practice, Nursing Leadership & Decision Making and Special Topics in Nursing. Dr. Mitchell has 20 years of academic experience.She was awarded her PhD in Nursing Leadership. Her dissertation was titled, “A study to determine the incidence and relationship of demographic variables and self-esteem to the impostor phenomenon among nurse educators”. Her masters project was titled “Recognizable behavioral indicators of the clinically dependent nurse who is actively using as identified by nurse manager in the workplace”. She has co-authored several articles, written a book chapter, been a reviewer of books and various publications and a project faculty on two HRSA grants. Dr. Mitchell ‘s clinical experiences were primarily in emergency room, psychiatric/mental health nursing, and multiple management and administrative nursing positions. She is a clinical nurse specialist in psychiatric/mental health nursing. She was a Fellow at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Leadership for Academic Nursing Programs and a Graduate of Leadership Hancock County.
PhD University of Southern Mississippi
MN Louisiana State University Medical Center
BSN University of Texas at Austin
BS Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
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