DNP, RN, CDE, CNE
Assistant Professor of Nursing
Certified Diabetes Educator
Certified Nurse Educator
Nursing Building Office #115
office phone: (210) 283-6901
Doctor of Nursing Practice – St. Catherine University, St. Paul, Minnesota
Master of Science – Nursing, Nurse education, Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona
Bachelor of Science – Nursing, Bethel University, St. Paul, Minnesota
Diploma in Nursing, Mercy Hospital School Nursing
I have been teaching nursing since 2008 and began teaching at UIW 2015.
I have taught a variety of courses in undergraduate pre-licensure and degree completion programs, which include:
Fundamentals of Nursing
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice
Intro to Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice
Cultural Diversity in Health Care
Teaching and learning strategies for baccalaureate nursing students focused on providing optimal chronic illness care and support to individuals, families, and communities.
Integration of non-acute care, community based, clinical learning experiences.
Simulation in clinical learning
Holland, A. E., Tiffany, J., Tilton, K., & Kleve, M. (2017). Influence of a patient-centered care coordination clinical module on student learning: A multimethod study. Journal of Nursing Education, 56(1), 6-11.
Tilton, K. J., Tiffany, J., & Hoglund, B. A. (2015). Non-acute-care virtual simulation: Preparing students to provide chronic illness care. Nursing Education Perspectives, 36(6), 394-395.
Presentation: Patient Centered Care Coordination - Evaluating the Impact of an Innovative Curricular Module on Student Learning Outcomes; 2016 Sigma Theta Tau International & National League for Nursing Education Research Congress
National League for Nursing
American Association of Diabetes Educators
Sigma Theta Tau International
Provost’s Legacy Teaching Award, University of the Incarnate Word, 2017