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Elizabeth McVan

Elizabeth McVan

Contact Information:
330-471-8437
bmc...@malone.edu
Regula Hall 201 H

Associate Professor of Nursing

Education:

MSN, The University of Akron, College of Nursing, 1988
BSN, The Ohio State University, College of Nursing, 1973, Summa Cum Laude

Experience

Malone University
Associate Professor of Nursing, 1997-present
Assistant Professor of Nursing, 1990-1997
Instructor of Nursing, 1988-1990
Coordinator BSNDC 1994-1999
Assisted with curriculum development;
Recruited and evaluated prospective students;
Advised degree completion students throughout their program
Senior coordinator and Team Teaching Faculty 1991-2001
Taught senior students in community health nursing in both theory and clinical
Sophomore Course Coordinator and Faculty 1988-1991
Taught sophomore students theory and clinical in health assessment, pharmacology and skills
Health Assessment (for sophomores) two clinical groups each fall semester (2006-present)
Introduction to Professional Nursing (for RNs) 2001-2006
Community and the Nursing Process (for RNs) 1995-2002
Nursing Research (for RNs), 1995-2002

Clinical Experience:
Part-time RN Case Manager at Signature Health Care, Akron, Ohio, 2008-present
Part-time RN Case Manager at Cambridge Home Health Care, Fairlawn, Ohio, 2001-2009
Visiting Nurse Service, Akron, Ohio, 1974-1986
Supervisor, Staff Training and Development, 1980-1986
Team Supervisor, 1977-1980
Staff RN, 1974-1977
Barberton Free Clinic, Volunteer RN, 1996-1997, 1989-1992
Stark County Health Department, Contract RN, 1992-1995

Recent Scholarly Work

Teaching Assignments

I am married to Chuck, a retired principal and elementary school teacher. I have two adult children, Katie and Charlie, who still live in the area, so we are able to meet for dinner almost every weekend. I also have a cat named KitKat. I love to watch movies and read biographies and Christian fiction. My husband and I enjoy walking on the Towpath Trail and in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.



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