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College of Nursing

Faculty and Staff

Ann Scott, DNP, RN, CCRN-K, CNE

Title: Assistant Professor
College of Nursing
Email: annscott@mailbox.sc.edu
Phone: 803-313-7165
Fax: 803-313-7106
Office:

College of Nursing, Lancaster Campus
University of South Carolina
PO Box 889
Lancaster, SC 29721
United States

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Background

  • Doctor of Nursing Practice (Nurse Executive), University of South Carolina (2017)
  • Master of Nursing (Clinical Specialist), University of Virginia (1994)
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Clemson University, (1987)

Teaching

  • NURS 216 Biophysical Pathology (Lancaster campus)
  • NURS 311 Introduction to Health Assessment (Clinical)
  • NURS 312 Foundations in Nursing (Clinical)
  • NURS 412 Acute Care Nursing of Adults I (Lecturer)
  • NURS 422 Acute Care Nursing of Adults II (Course Co-Coordinator)
  • NURS 435 Senior Nursing Capstone Practicum (Clinical)
    She also assists with daily operations of the Clinical Simulation Lab on the Lancaster campus. 
Dissemination

Professor Scott has presented at both local, regional, and international conferences on topics that focus on simulation and debriefing techniques. 

International
Scott, A. D.
& Catledge, C. B. (2019). Prebriefing the simulation: Connecting the Dots. (IMSH) International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare. (2020) in San Diego California – Podium presentation. 

Scott, A. D., Estrada, R. D., Mitchell, S. & Catledge, C. B. (2018, July). Simulation-based interprofessional education in a rural setting. The development and evaluation of a “remote-in” telehealth scenario. Presented at Sigma Theta Tau 29th International Nursing Research Congress. Melbourne Australia, July 18-23, 2018. – Podium presentation July 22, 2018. 

Scott, A. (2018, January). Using telehealth technology to implement simulation-based IPE in rural settings. Presented at the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare. On January 15th, 2018. Podium Presentation. 

Scott, A. & Catledge, C (2017, July). Debriefing for meaningful learning: Connecting the dots. Presented at Sigma Theta Tau 28th International Nursing Research Congress. Dublin, Ireland July 27-31, 2017. Podium Presentation

Williams, A., Scott, A. (2015, July 26). Challenges associated with bringing high fidelity simulation to rural campuses.  Presented at the 2015 Sigma Theta Tau 26th International Nursing Research Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico.  Podium presentation 

National
Scott, A.
and Catledge, C. (2016, July, 21). Debriefing101:  Where learning begins.  Presented at the HealthCare Simulation South Carolina, 5th Annual Collaborative Partner Symposium and SimOps, Society for Simulation in Healthcare. Greenville, South Carolina. Podium presentation.

State
Scott, A. D.
& Catledge, C. B. (2019). Prebriefing the simulation. A key component in helping students succeed. SC Nursing Education Simulation Alliance 2nd Annual Conference Collaborating Froward.  – Oral presentation on July 12, 2019 in Columbia SC. – Podium presentation. 

Scott, A. & Cone, A. (2017, March 24). Retaining rural SBN students through best practice advisement. Presented at the 2017 Annual Leadership Summit. Columbia, SC. March 24th, 2017. Podium Presentation

Scott, A., Catledge, C., and Pate, L. (2016, February 6). Debriefing for meaningful learning:  Expanded across student interactions. Presented at the Winthrop 3rd Annual Conference on Teaching and Learning. Rock Hill, South Carolina. Podium presentation. 

Local
Scott, A. D.
(2019, February). Simulation-based interprofessional education in a rural setting. Presented at STTI Alpha Xi Chapter Dinner meeting. Columbia, SC. February 25th, 2019. – Podium presentation. 

Scott, A. & Catledge, C (2018, February). Using debriefing for meaningful learning in student interactions: Connecting the dots. Presented at Alpha Xi - Sigma Theta Tau dinner meeting. Columbia, SC February 22, 2018. Podium Presentation. 

Scott, A. (2017, September). Simulation-based interprofessional education in a rural setting. Presented at the University of South Carolina Faculty Colloquium Fall 2017 Series. Lancaster, SC. On September 27th, 2017. Podium Presentation. 

Professional Service

  • Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Xi Chapter – member and past Governance Chair

  • American Association of Critical Care Nurses

  • SC National League for Nursing

  • National League for Nursing

  • Carolinas Healthcare Simulation Alliance 

Professional Practice

Professor Scott has been a nurse for over thirty years primarily working in critical care (adult and pediatric cardiothoracic surgery). Previously, she was a Director of Cardiovascular Services, and an outcomes analyst at Piedmont Medical Center. She has taught in undergraduate nursing programs since 2004 and holds 2 certifications, one as a nurse educator (CNE) and one as critical care nurse (CCRN-K).   

Publications (selected)

Scott, A. D., Estrada, R. D., Mitchell, S. & Catledge, C. B. (2019). Simulation-based interprofessional education in a rural setting. The development and evaluation of a “remote-in” telehealth scenario. Nursing Education Perspectives Retrieved from https://journals.lww.com/neponline/toc/publishahead

Scott, A. (June 6th, 2018). Bridging gaps between silos of healthcare and telehealth. Reflections on Nursing Leadership. Retrieved from https://www.reflectionsonnursingleadership.org/features/more-features/bridging-gaps-between-silos-of-care-with-simulation-and-telehealth

Pedersen, A., Earley, M.B., Fenner, D., Postlewaite, C., & Scott, A. (2001). Ground zero: Building a cardiac surgery program. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, 20 (4), 26-33.

Pedersen, A., Earley, M.B., Fenner, D., Postlewaite, C., & Scott, A. (2001). How to build a cardiac surgery program. Nursing Management, 46-50.


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