Erin E. Killingsworth, PhD, RN, CNE

Clinical Assistant Professor and Program Evaluation and Accreditation Coordinator

Education:
PhD Mercer University, Atlanta, GA, Nursing, 2013
MSN Samford University, Birmingham, AL, Nurse Educator, 2007
BSN Auburn University, Auburn, AL, Nursing, 2003
ADN Southern Union State Community College, Opelika, AL, Nursing, 2001

Contact Info:
Email: Erin Killingsworth@baylor.edu
Office: 310
Phone: 214.820-4226
Fax: 214.818.8692

Work and Clinical Experience
Dr. Erin Killingsworth is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing. She is a member of the National League for Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, and the International Nurses Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning. Prior to joining Baylor she was an Assistant Professor at the Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama where she taught for 7 years.

Course taught include:
NUR 5209 Theoretical Concepts for the Advanced Practice Nurse - Graduate
PHLT 504 Biostatistics for the Public Health Professions - Graduate
NURG 661 Principles of Teaching-Learning and Student Evaluation - Graduate
NUNA 515 Nurse Anes-Statistical Methods EBP - Graduate
NURS 422 Senior Seminar - Undergraduate
NURS 335 Research Basic Nursing Interventions - Undergraduate
NURS 232 Statistics for Health Care Professionals - Undergraduate
NURS 210 Medication Dosage Calculations - Undergraduate
NURS 351 The Childbearing Family - Undergraduate

Her clinical experience is in obstetrics and was a staff nurse at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama and East Alabama Medical Center in Opelika, Alabama.

Awards and Honors
Award
2014: Georgia Baptist College of Nursing at Mercer University. Outstanding Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Award
2003: Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. Outstanding Academic Performance
2002: Auburn University. Transfer Student Academic Excellence Scholarship

Honor
2007: Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. Induction
2003: Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. Induction

Other Professional Development
2014- 2015: Scholar, Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy, Sigma Theta Tau, Indianapolis, Indiana. Selected as Scholar for the Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy (NFLA), Sigma Theta Tau. NFLA is a 21 month mentored program to develop the Scholar in three leadership domains: Personal Leadership Development, Team Leadership Project, and Increasing Scope of Influence. Leadership mentor was Marilyn Oermann, PhD, RN, FAAN (Duke University) and Leadership Advisor was Carol Winters, PhD, RN, CNE (East Carolina University).

Intellectual Contributions
Presentations
International:
Killingsworth, E. (2016). Building Leaders in Nursing. La Conférence Franco-Vietnamienne de Gynécologie et D’Obstétrique, Hanoi, Vietnam, May 15 - 17, 2016.

Killingsworth, E. (2016). The Cornerstone of Simulation: Debriefing. Rebekah Ann Naylor School of Nursing, Bangalore Baptist Hospital, Bangalore, Karnetaka, India, April 25, 2016.

Killingsworth, E. (2016). Building Leaders in Nursing. The Board of Nursing Education Nursing League, Christian Medical Association of India (South India Branch), Nursing Leadership Conference, Oddanchatram, Tamil Nadu, India, April 20 – 22, 2016.

Killingsworth, E. E., Beers, G., Berry, C., Coleman, J., Rochester, V., & Dick, T. (2015). Development of Curriculum Assessment Template for Targeted Student Outcomes in a BSN Program. Sigma Theta Tau 43rd Biennial Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada. November 7- November 11, 2015

Killingsworth, E. E., Oermann, M., & Winters, C. (2015). Promoting Leadership: The NFLA Experience. Sigma Theta Tau 43rd Biennial Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada. November 7- 11, 2015

Carter, S. C., Hultquist, B., Killingsworth, E. E., & Ferguson, R. W. (2013). Transformational Leadership in Nursing Education. Sigma Theta Tau 42nd Biennial Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana.

National
Killingsworth, E. E., Kimble, L. P., & Sudia-Robinson, T. (2014, September). Nursing Faculty Decision-Making about Best Practices in Classroom Testing. NLN Education Summit, Phoenix, Arizona.

State
Killingsworth, E. E. & Killingsworth, R. A. (2012, June). A Preliminary Investigation into the Maternity Leave Policies in the Construction Industry in the Southeast. Alabama Department of Public Health 5th Annual Women's Health Update, Mobile, Alabama.

Killingsworth, E. E. (2007, May). Test Evaluation in a Nursing School at a Community College. Nurse CE, Birmingham, Alabama.

Journal Articles
Killingsworth, E. (2016). Use of technology in classroom testing. Nurse Educator, 41(2), 60-61.

Killingsworth, E., Kimble, L. P., & Sudia, T. (2015). What goes into a decision? How nursing faculty decide which best practices to use in classroom testing. Nursing Education Perspectives, 36(4), 220-225.

Garner, S., Killingsworth, E., & Raj, L. (2016). Inter-rater Reliability among Nursing Faculty New to Simulation in India: A Pilot Study (under review)

Professional and Community Activities
Professional  Activities
Officer: Organization / Association
2011- 2013: Secretary for the Sigma Theta Tau International Gamma Eta Chapter.

Other Professional Service Activities
2016-present: INACSL Webinar Committee- member
2015-present: NLN Clinical Nurse Educator Work Group- member
2015-present: Peer reviewer for Nurse Educator journal
2015: Peer reviewer for INACSL 2016 Conference abstracts
2014: Peer reviewer for Measurement and the Measurement of Change manuscript by Polit and Yang
2011: Sigma Theta Tau Gamma Eta Chapter, Grapevine, Texas. Gamma Eta Chapter delegate at the Sigma Theta Tau International 41st Biennial Convention

Community Activities
2016: Wild Earth Action Day- Trinity River Elm Fork Clean Up Sponsored by the Dallas Zoo and the National Park Service’s Groundwork Dallas
2014-2015: Mentor for the Alabama Power Foundation Research Fellowship
2010: Volunteer at Homewood School System Health Fair