Shari J. Lynn, MSN, RN
A graduate of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Accelerated MSN Program, Shari Lynn joined the faculty in 1999. With a passion for passing knowledge on to new generations of nurses, she has focused her teaching on adult medical/surgical nursing and nursing principals and application skills development, including the use of patient simulation as a tool. She also serves as clinical coordinator for the transitions practicum, a course that prepares undergraduate nursing students for their transition to practice beyond the classroom. In her clinical career, Lynn works in the field of palliative care as a hospice nurse.
Below are selected resources. For more information, please see full CV.
Lynn, S. (2016). "How to Help Patients with Liver Failure." American Nurse Today. 11(9).
Hofmeyer, A. & Lynn,S. (2016). "Personal Reflections on Compassionate Practice Toward Relatives." Palliative and Supportive Care. Cambridge University Press.
Lynn, S. (2016). "Coordinating Care for Male Patients with Reproductive and Breast Disorders." Hoffman, J. & Sullivan, N. (Eds.), Medical-Surgical Nursing Making Connections to Practice (pp 1459-1478). Philadelphia: F.A.Davis Company.
Alumni Association 2016 Excellence in Teaching Award