Jodi Boling, M.S.N.

Core Faculty,
Department of Healthcare

Jodi Boling is a registered nurse with 23 years of experience in neuro/trauma critical care. She has worked as a clinical nurse specialist in adult health, working with neurosurgery and neuroscience patients for a local hospital doing program development for the hospital and community outreach programs. Her experience led her to work for a medical device company as a national educator for non-invasive hypothermia for post-cardiac arrest. For the past 11 years she has been a full time nursing professor with experience in medical surgical nursing; assessment; and multicultural death and dying. She has also served as a course coordinator for a variety of courses.

Ms. Boling loves the outdoors and spending quality time with her husband and two young sons.

Education

  • Master's in Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist
    Valparaiso University
  • Bachelor's in Nursing
    Regis University

Research Interests

  • Multicultural approaches to death and dying
  • Nursing assessment strategies
  • Health education

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Program Affiliations

M.Ed. in Health and Wellness Education Master of Education

This degree will help you teach others about healthy life choices. You will learn about a wide range of health topics, and how to assess a community or an organization to determine health education priorities. Once you graduate, you will be prepared to take the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) exam.

31

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B.S. in Healthcare Administration Bachelor of Science

Designed for individuals with an associates degree or some college credit, this bachelor’s degree completion program gives you a direct pathway toward earning a bachelor’s degree.* You will learn the skills necessary to work in growing field of healthcare administration.

36

Semester Credits

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