Lynn Hollister MS, RN

Curriculum Vitae

LYNN  HOLLISTER
  • Associate Professor (Clinical), College Of Nursing
  • Academic Senator, College Of Nursing

Biography

Education

  • Master of Science, Teaching Nursing, University Of Utah

Honors & Awards

  • CLS Distinguished Author Award for Rhees, J. R., Scheese, C., Ward, D. E., Hollister, L., Blamires, T., Wilkins, D. G., & Madden, C. (2015). Clinical practice simulation for blood transfusion reactions: An interprofessional approach. Clinical Laboratory Science. 28(4). page 224-231. Article, Refereed Journal, Published, 11/23/2015. American Society for Clilnical Laboratory Services, 07/25/2016
  • Excellence in Service Award 2014. University of Utah College of Nursing, 10/2014
  • The Utah Philanthropy Day, Utah Nonprofit Association, Utah Society of Fundraisers, and the Utah Idaho Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Association. Hearts & Hands Award , 11/14/2013
  • Excellence in Education Award. Gamma Rho Chapter - Sigma Theta Tau International, 04/2012
  • Accepted as Bennion Center Faculty Fellow - The Faculty Fellows Program is designed to promote and support engaged scholarship and service-learning at the University of Utah. University of Utah - Bennion Center Faculty Fellow, 09/01/2011
  • Excellence in Teaching Award . University of Utah College of Nursing, 2007
  • Clinical Educator of the Year. Utah Nurses Association, 1990

Biography

Following an extensive career practicing in the acute care setting, Ms. Hollister began teaching at the University of Utah in 1995, as Director of Community Service.  Active teaching in the Baccalaureate Nursing Program began in 2001. Currently serves as a University of Utah Academic Senator, representing the College of Nursing.  Long term interests and activites include Community Engaged Learning, Concept-based teaching and learning, simulation, interprofessional education and curriculum design. Awards include Excellence in Service Award by the University of Utah College of Nursing, Excellence in Clinical Teaching by the Utah Nurses Association, Excellence in Teaching by the University of Utah, College of Nursing and Excellence in Education from Gamma Rho Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International.  Recently the Hearts and Hands Award for service work was given by the Utah Nonprofit Association, Utah Society of Fundraisers, and the Utah Idaho Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Association.

Affiliations

  • Sigma Theta Tau International - Gamma Rho Chapter (STI), Member and Philanthropic chair (current), 11/1993 - 10/2015
  • Utah Nurses Association (UNA), Member, 1986 - 2011

Languages

  • English, fluent.