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Colleen King Goode, DNP, MA, MS, CRNP

FNP-BC, CNE
Instructor
DNP-AP Simulation Coordinator
Colleen King Goode
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Specialties and Expertise

  • Family Health
  • Neurology/Neurobiology
  • Pulmonary
  • Simulation

Overview

Colleen King Goode has served as a faculty member in the pre-licensure MEN program at Johns Hopkins University since 2016. Dr. Goode is currently an instructor and coordinator in Pathophysiology, Chronic and Complex Health Alterations. As a clinical coordinator, she has taught simulation in all of the adult health and synthesis courses in the MEN program and is now the DNP-AP simulation co-coordinator. Dr. Goode is a Cohen Scholar with a master’s degree in nursing education and is a certified nurse educator (CNE). She is passionate about adult learning strategies and has been able to incorporate various techniques with her students, including development of virtual clinical and lab experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. She completed the Family Primary Care Nurse Practitioner DNP at the Johns Hopkins University in May 2021 and practiced at the Johns Hopkins COVID Command Center. Her nursing specialties include family primary care, neurology, telemetry, and orthopedics, and she held a certification in medical-surgical nursing (CMSRN).

Additional Resources

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  • Publications/Research
    • DNP Scholarly Project: A Survey of Gulf War II Veterans Using Social Media to Assess Barriers to the Completion of the Registration and Enrollment at the Veterans Health Administration. PI: Kimberly McIltrot, kmciltr1@jhmi.edu; study coordinator: Colleen King, cking65@jhu.edu. IRB00252292. This DNP project’s purpose is to ascertain intent, confidence, as well as specific barriers to the completion of the eligibility, registration, and enrollment process at the Veterans Health Administration among Gulf War II veterans. This quality improvement research study is a mixed-methods, descriptive design using an anonymous 14-question surveys on the Qualtrics platform. No identifiable personal participant data will be collected. Recruitment of participants will begin in September 2020 by posting the survey link using the University of Maryland Global Campus private veterans’ group on Facebook. Data collection will continue through December 2020.
       
    • MNA Poster Presentation 2015