Dr. Teresa Seright, PhD, RN, is an Associate Professor of Nursing teaching in the BSN and MSN programs at University of Providence.
Her 16 years in higher education have included both administrative and teaching roles. Dr. Seright has demonstrated effectiveness in teaching courses at the undergraduate and graduate level, including content in: pathophysiology; medical surgical; leadership; education specialization; pharmacology; and ethics and spirituality. She has been a registered nurse for 30+ years with expertise in critical care (CCRN); leadership and management.
Dr. Seright has engaged in meaningful service in the university state, and national level. She has served on the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education accreditation team since 2015. Her research interests are related to decision making and professional identity in nursing.
· Sigma Theta Tau International
· International Society for Professional Identity in Nursing
· American Association of Nurse Practitioners
· American Association of Critical Care Nurses