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Kathryn B. Reid

Associate Professor
Unit: School of Nursing
Department: School of Nursing
Office location and address
CMNEB 2113
225 Jeanette Lancaster Way
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Biography

Kathryn Reid earned a BSN, MSN, and Family Nurse Practitioner certificate from the University of Virginia, and she earned a PhD from Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Reid has received awards for excellence in teaching, innovative teaching strategies, and professional service, and was a 2005 Fellow in the AACN Leadership in Academic Nursing Program. With many years of experience in nursing education and a passion for second-degree students, Dr. Reid led the transformation of UVA’s second-degree program into an innovative master's-entry Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) Program. She serves as a consultant for second-degree entry CNL programs across the country, and in 2007, Dr. Reid was appointed to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) national CNL Steering Committee. Dr. Reid now serves as the Assistant Director for the MSN and DNP programs at the University of Virginia. In addition, Dr. Reid coordinates clinical site placements for the NP tracks.

NUIP 3311: Research, Ethics, Advocacy, and Leadership: Quality, Safety, and EBP
Credits: 3
REAL II seminar provides foundational & theoretical principles of research/scholarship, ethics, advocacy/roles, and leadership. Nursing students will integrate quality and safety principles with leadership while using evidence-based practice (EBP) to inform practice change, support an ethical climate and optimal care environment, and foster a culture of innovation, high performing care delivery and continuous learning environment.
NUIP 3330: REAL III (Evidence-Based Practice, Research Utilization)
Credits: 3
REAL III seminar provides foundational & theoretical principles of research/scholarship, ethics, advocacy/roles, and leadership. Nursing students use evidence-based practice (EBP) to inform practice change, support an ethical climate and healthy work and optimal care environment (HWE), and foster a culture of innovation, high performing care delivery and continuous learning environment.
NURS 4006: Practicum in Leadership Development
Credits: 2
The Independent Practicum in Clinical Leadership Development gives an opportunity to apply leadership theory and practices in the clinical setting through mentoring and coaching third year traditional and first-year second degree students during their assigned clinical rotations. Specific emphasis is given to developing basic teaching and precepting skills, serving as a clinical resource, demonstrating performance of basic skills, and providing others with peer review and performance feedback.
NUIP 4340: REAL IV
Credits: 2
REAL IV seminar is the fourth of a series of four core courses that provides foundational & theoretical principles of research/scholarship, ethics, advocacy/roles, & leadership. Nursing students will use research & scholarship skills to evaluate & disseminate knowledge & integrate social sensibilities into policy. Through self-awareness, students will develop a philosophy of professionalism, a plan for educational progression, & career planning.
NUIP 4430: Introduction to Statistics in Health Care Research
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to data analysis for nursing and healthcare-related research. Course emphasis is on practical application and understanding how the research question drives the choice of particular statistical procedures. Descriptive and univariate inferential statistics will be covered. Students will learn how to create and manage simple databases in SPSS, interpret SPSS outputs, and draw statistical conclusions.
NUCO 4710: Team-Based Care Synthesis
Credits: 3
Using case studies and/or simulation activities, students synthesize knowledge and problem-solving strategies from all previous course work to cultivate critical and reflective thinking, clinical reasoning, decision-making, and a greater understanding of health promotion, specific disease-based processes and/or population health challenges. Students interact with experts as they complete each problem-based team learning activity.
GNUR 6031: Transition to Advanced Practice
Credits: 2
This course examines the role, competencies, and scope of practice of advanced practice nurses in the context of the statutory, regulatory, and economic milieu of US healthcare. Students examine quality performance measures that clinical nurse specialists and nurse practitioners are accountable for meeting and advancing. Students prepare for transition to advanced practice as a clinical nurse specialist and/or a nurse practitioner.
GNUR 6993: Independent Master's Study
Credits: 1–4
Individually planned study in nursing specialty, administration, education, or research. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
GNUR 8993: Independent Study
Credits: 1–4
Independent Study in Nursing
GNUR 9010: Mentored Study
Credits: 1–4
PhD students register for 1-4 credits of mentored study with a faculty member. The mentored study develops a topic through in-depth literature review. The final project is a manuscript ready to be submitted for publication in a professional journal. If agreeable with the dissertation committee, this publication could be included as one of the dissertation manuscripts for students selecting the manuscript option.
GNUR 9020: Selected Topics
Credits: 1–3
Advanced level individual study of self-selected topics under the guidance and supervision of a faculty member. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
GNUR 9600: DNP Practicum
Credits: 1–9
DNP practicum builds upon master's level advanced nursing competencies by supporting the DNP students' transition to expert doctoral nursing practice and students' achievement of AACN DNP Essentials and DNP-APRN Competencies. Students are expected to advance to a higher level of expertise and demonstrate leadership in practice and scholarship.
GNUR 9610: DNP Practicum I: Development of the Scholary Practice Project Proposal
Credits: 1–4
This course is the first of three practica in which students will complete a minimum of 224 practice hours as they continue to build upon advanced nursing competencies to expand knowledge for expert nursing practice. Students are expected to enhance clinical reasoning, practice and/or systems management skills in their specialty practice area. Students finalize the scholarly practice project.
GNUR 9620: DNP Practicum II: Implementation of the Scholarly Practice Project
Credits: 1–4
This course is the second of three practica in which students will complete a minimum of 224 practice hours as they continue to build upon advanced nursing competencies to expand knowledge for expert nursing practice. Students are expected to enhance clinical reasoning, practice and/or systems management skills in their specialty practice area. In DNP Practicum II students implement the scholarly practice project.
GNUR 9630: DNP Practicum III: Evaluation and Dissemination of the Scholarly Pratice
Credits: 1
This course is the third of three practica in which students will complete a minimum of 56 practice hours as they continue to build upon advanced nursing competencies to expand knowledge for expert nursing practice. Students are expected to enhance clinical reasoning, practice and/or systems management skills in their specialty practice area. In DNP Practicum III, students evaluate and disseminate their scholarly practice project.