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Connie T. Lowry

Name

[Lowry, Connie T.]
  • Clinical Assistant Professor

Biography

Connie Lowry joined the UT Arlington College of Nursing faculty in 2005. She has been Lead Teacher for the Pre- licensure Off-Campus Nursing Leadership and Management, and Transition to Professional Practice (aka Capstone) courses, as well as being a member of the teaching team in the campus based and Capstone courses. Connie served as Lead Teacher in campus courses of Management and Capstone, and Community Health Nursing. She has also taught in Health Promotions Across the Lifespan, and RN-BSN Community Health.

Educational background: Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Texas Christian University, a Master of Science in Nursing, and Master in Health Administration from University of Phoenix. She also holds Nurse Educator Certification from the National League of Nursing.

Connie’s clinical nursing experience includes OB, Pedi, Psych, Home Health, ICU, PACU, and Out- Patient Surgery, as well as many years in various levels of nursing management and administration.

Professional Interests in addition to teaching: Professional ethics, Civility in Healthcare, and Conflict management.

Professional Preparation

    • 2005 MSN Univ. Phoenix
    • 2006 MHA in Health AdminstrationUniv. Phoenix
    • 1979 BSN Texas Christian Univ.

Memberships

  • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society
    • June 2005 to Present International Honor Society of Nursing
  • Certified Nurse Educator
    • June 2011 to Present National League for Nursing (NLN)

Courses

      • NURS 4465-500 RN-BSN Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

        The Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan course integrates knowledge from nursing theory and public health science in assessing the health care needs of aggregates, communities, and society by the Registered Nurse.

      • NURS 4465-201 RN-BSN Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

        Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan integrates knowledge from nursing theory and public health science in assessing the health care needs of aggregates, communities, and society by the Registered Nurse. The course  examines the roles and impact of Community Health/Public Health nurses in addressing the health needs of vulnerable, at-risk, and disenfranchised populations.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • NURS 4350-001 Capstone Transition to Professional Practice

        N-4350, Transition to Professional Practice course (aka Capstone) focuses on the synthesis of knowledge acquired throughout the curriculum and the enactment of the professional nurse role in a concentrated practicum. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • NURS 4465-500 RN-BSN Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

        Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan integrates knowledge from nursing theory and public health science in assessing the health care needs of aggregates, communities, and society by the Registered Nurse. The course  examines the roles and impact of Community Health/Public Health nurses in addressing the health needs of vulnerable, at-risk, and disenfranchised populations.

      • NURS 4350-001 Capstone Transition to Professional Practice

        Description of Course Content: Focus on the synthesis of knowledge acquired throughout the curriculum and the enactment of the professional nurse role in a concentrated practicum. Prerequisite or Co-requisite: NURS 4223, 4351, and 4462. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • NURS 4465-503 RN-BSN Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

        Nursing 4465 examines the roles and impact of Community Health/Public Health nurses in addressing the health needs of vulnerable, at-risk, and disenfranchised populations.

      • NURS 4351-001 BSN NURSING LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

        Description of Course Content: Exploration of organizational strategies, leadership theories and societal trends with implications for decision making in health care. Introduction to management skills needed by professional nurses with clinical application in diverse settings. Prerequisites: NURS 4431, 4441, 4581. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours1 Document
      • NURS 4351-600 Nurs 4351-600

        Exploration of organizational strategies, leadership theories and societal trends with implications for decision making in health care. Introduction to management skills needed by professional nurses with clinical application in diverse settings. Prerequisites: NURS 4431, 4441, 4581.



      • NURS 4350-003 CAPSTONE: Transition to Professional Nursing
        Focuses on the synthesis of knowledge acquired throughout the curriculum and the enactment of the professional nurse role in a concentrated practicum
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus
      • NURS 4351-001 BSN NURSING LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
        Exploration of organizational strategies, leadership theories and societal trends with implications for decision making in health care. Introduction to management skills needed by professional nurses with clinical application in diverse settings.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2008 Download Syllabus

Service to the University

  • Appointed
    • Sept 2015 to  Present ACADEMIC STANDARDS COMMITTEE-Member current

      All changes to undergraduate degree programs and to the undergraduate course inventory (adds, changes, deletes) must be approved by the Undergraduate Assembly via the Committee on Undergraduate Curricula. College and school departments originate these requests using the online Curriculum Change system, Courseleaf. (Note: Any changes in degree standards must be reviewed and approved by the Academic Standards Committee.)

  • Elected
    • Aug 2015 to  Present Committee on Professional Nursing Peer Review

      College of Nursing Committee