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About Rachael McGraw, DNP, RN

Rachael is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at St. Catherine University. She is a nurse educator who infuses her clinical and teaching practices with caring ethics. Rachael has a broad clinical background with many years of experience in maternal child health and a current practice in public health (maternal health focus). Her faculty position is the Graduate College where she focuses on evidence-based teaching strategies.

Positions
Assistant Professor of Nursing, Graduate College, School of Nursing

Disciplines
Maternal Child Health
Foundations
Nursing Ethics
Caregiving
Nursing Education

Research Interests
Simulation
Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice
Anti-Racism & Implicit Bias Mitigation
Fetal Loss

Honors & Awards

Courses
NURS 6132: Introduction to Clinical Nurse Leadership
NURS 2293: Learner Centered Teaching
NURS 6560: Clinical Immersion
NURS 7080 Informatics for Advanced Nursing Practice
NURS 6215: Interventions 1
NURS 6015: Family Centered and Population Care
NURS 3705: Nursing Care of Children and Childbearing Families
NURS 7000: High Acuity Care
NURS 5002: Application of Evidence Guided Nursing Care
NURS 5001: Evidence Guided Nursing Care
NURS 5000: Introduction to Evidence Guided Nursing Care

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, St. Catherine University Nursing
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2010 - Present Member, Sigma Theta Tau
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Education

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2017 - 2019 MSN, Nurse Educator, St Catherine University
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2007 - 2011 BSN, St Catherine University
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