Angela Kelly, DNP, RN is an Assistant Professor in the College of Health and Wellness as undergraduate clinical faculty in both the CSCIL and hospital settings. Dr. Kelly graduated from West Chester University with her BSN in 1988, the University of Delaware with her MSN in 1993 and Carlow University with her DNP in 2015. She has worked in a variety of clinical areas over the years which include oncology, surgical step down, burn and trauma, neuro, orthopedic , rehab and outpatient surgery settings. She has worked in staff development and has taught in an ADN program and is now at Carlow in the BSN program. Dr. Kelly's area of passion and interest is in the area of geriatric and gerontological nursing along with teaching undergraduate nursing students. Dr. Kelly currently serves on the Curriculum Committees at both the department and university levels and is a faculty advisor for Carlow's SNAP organization.
An Experiential Learning Exercise Exploring BSN Nursing Students’ Cognitive and Affective Knowledge of Age Associated Sensory Changes ( DNP Capstone Project)