PhD University of Texas at Arlington
MSN Baylor University
BSN Baylor University
Kathryn Osteen is currently a senior lecturer at the Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing and has taught at the nursing school for over 12 years. Her teaching areas include Professional Nursing Practice, Health Assessment, and Critical Care. She received her PhD from the University of Texas at Arlington. She received both her BSN and MSN from Baylor University. Previously, Kathryn Osteen taught as a Medicine Nurse Educator at Parkland Health and Hospital system in Dallas, Texas, and she also practiced nursing at various hospitals in Dallas.
Outside her work life, Kathryn Osteen contributes time and effort to her community. She is involved with her local church as well as with the local Boy Scouts of America organization. She also volunteers on many University Committees such as the Faculty Affairs Committee and the Clinical Track Review and Promotion Committee. Kathryn Osteen is also a member of many national and local nursing organizations.
Her previous publications include: “The Relationship Between Self-Care Attitudes, Hierarchy of Values, and Intent to Complete Advance Directives." She has also given presentations titled “Relief, A Concept Analysis" and “Embedding High Fidelity Patient Simulation Across the Nursing Curriculum."