Dana M. Koziol, RN, MSN
Dana M. Koziol, RN, MSN

Dana M. Koziol, RN, MSN

Instructor
College of Nursing

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Nursing - Bachelors

Position

  • Instructor

Teaching Activity

  • NUR 352- Clinical Integration (Fall)
  • NUR 371/372 Care Management Outcomes Improvement II /Mental Health Practicum)
  • NUR 394- Health Care Management and Leadership (Spring, Summer)
  • NUR 473 - Leadership for Care Management (Fall)

Biography

Dana Koziol has been employed as an instructor in the College of Nursing since January of 2016.  Dana has been a registered nurse since 2009 working in inpatient mental health settings with geriatric, adult, and pediatric mental health patients.  She has also been involved in several levels of leadership through hospital shared governance and participated in supervisory roles in hospital settings before employment with Creighton University.   Teaching and future research interests include; augmented reality in the education of nursing students, reducing anxiety in nursing students preparing for clinical rotations.
 

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts Biology, University of Northern Iowa, 2007
  • Bachelors of Science in Nursing, Creighton University, 2009
  • Master of Science in Nursing, Nebraska Wesleyan University, 2014

Publications and Presentations

Presentations

  • Ball, S.,  Panning, M., Miller, J., Schoening, A, Koziol, D, McCafferty, Selig, C., Murcek, C., Fukuda, E. (2017). The use of augmented reality to increase Efficiency in preparing undergraduate nursing students for new clinical settings.  Accepted Round Table. Ed Media 2017. Omaha, NE, June 22, 2017, 2017
  • Ball, S.,  Panning, M., Miller, J., Schoening, A, Koziol, D, McCafferty, Selig, C., Murcek, C., Fukuda, E. (2017). The use of augmented reality photospheres in the college of nursing to decrease student anxiety.  Accepted Podium Presentation. Iota Tau 28th Annual Research Day. Omaha, NE, May 4, 2017, 2017

Research and Scholarship

Research and Scholarship Interests

  • Nursing interventions to improve the transition of care in Mental Health population. Use of augmented reality to supplement student learning.

Grant Funding Received

  • The Use of Augmented Reality Photospheres in the College of Nursing to Decrease Student Anxiety. – Granted 12/16- $760.00 by Creighton University’s Office of Academic Excellence and Assessment- Investigator