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Amie Bedgood, MSN, RN, CNE
Texas Woman’s University, Doctoral Student 2014-current
MSN, University of Texas at Tyler, 2001
BSN, Stephen F. Austin State University, 1997
Associate Professor of Nursing, Austin Community College, 2003-2014
Seton Family of Hospitals, Maternal Newborn Nurse, 2008-2013
Therapeutic Communities (Home for traumatic brain injured adults), 2006-2009
Central Texas Medical Center, Maternal Newborn Nurse & Childbirth Educator, 2002-2003
Instructor of Nursing Tyler Jr. College, 1999-2001
Trinity Mother Frances Health System, Maternal Newborn Nurse, 1997-2002
2017 Abstract accepted for a podium presentation at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Baccalaureate conference in Atlanta, Georgia in November 17, 2017 titled “Reimagining Retention Strategies: A Pre-Nursing Boot Camp”.
2017 Co-PI Title IX Campus Climate Qualitative Study, collecting data.
2017 Presented “Truth About Teal” ovarian & breast cancer awareness program for XI Tau sorority at Texas Lutheran University.
Presented “Preparing BSN Students for Maternal Child Clinical Through the Use of Simulation” at the Texas Association of Women’s Health Obstetrics & Neonatal Nursing (AWHONN).
2016 MINI-SUN Conference Content Expert and Content Developer 2016 Current Trends in Simulation for Professional Nursing Education: Essential Elements and Scenario Development Content Expert, Content Developer, Presenter Continuing Education for Nurse Educators.
2014 Current Trends in Identifying and Preventing Respiratory Illnesses in Newborns and Children- CEU Presentation (December 2014).
2008 Published online module on Pediatric dosage calculation at http://www.austincc.edu/rxsucces/ped1.html.