• Dr. Rhonda McLain is an experienced educator with expertise in the areas of teaching-learning strategies, curriculum development and program evaluation. Having taught more than 20 years in undergraduate education, Dr. McLain has led the development of innovative nursing curricula designed to prepare new nurses in meeting client needs in an ever-changing health care environment. As an educator in the classroom, Dr. McLain has been recognized by her students for her creative teaching strategies that engage and challenge students.
  • Selected Publications

    Research Overview

  • Nursing Education including evaluation of teaching strategies, characteristics of successful nursing students and factors affecting NCLEX success; curriculum development and program evaluation; adult critical care; impact of critical illness on families
  • Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science, University of Alabama at Birmingham 2004
  • Master of Nursing in Registered Nursing / Registered Nurse, Emory University 1987
  • Bachelor of Nursing in Registered Nursing / Registered Nurse, Saint Joseph's College 1978
  • Full Name

  • Rhonda McLain