Erin E. Killingsworth, PhD, RN, CNE

Clinical Associate Professor

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
Office: 302.37
Phone: 972.576.9176

Work and Scholarship:
Erin Killingsworth, PhD, RN, CNE is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Louise Herrington School of Nursing at Baylor University in Dallas, TX. She has been a nurse educator for over 10 years and has taught prelicensure, master’s, and doctoral nursing students. Dr. Killingworth’s scholarly work focuses on student and program evaluation, instrument development and validation, and simulation-based learning experiences. 

Courses Taught:
NUR 61C1 – NUR 62C4 DNP Project courses - Graduate
NUR 6375 Translation Science - Graduate
NUR 5314 Scientific Inquiry - Graduate
NUR 5209 Theoretical Concepts for the Advanced Practice Nurse – Graduate
NUR 5201 Introduction to Statistical Methods - 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
2021: International Nurses Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning. “Academic” Excellence Award
2018: 29th International Research Congress. Excellence in Education Research Presentation “The Effectiveness of Simulation Education on Improving Self-Efficacy Towards Teaching Among Nurse Educations in India” with co-authors Garner, S. L., Raj, L., and Bradshaw, M.
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