Gerrie Barnett PhD, RNC

Curriculum Vitae

GERRIE VOGT BARNETT
  • Co-Director of Salt Lake Veterans Adminstration Nursing Academy, University of Utah/Salt Lake Veterans Administration Medical Center
  • Associate Professor (Clinical), College Of Nursing

Biography

Education

  • BSN, Nursing, The Ohio State University
  • MS, Perinatal Nursing, University of Utah
  • PhD, Nursing, University of Utah

Honors & Awards

  • Excellence in Service Award. University of Utah College of Nursing, 08/22/2012
  • Excellence in Leadership Award. Gamma Rho Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, 04/06/2012
  • National Evaluator for Nursing Education Programs. Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 06/27/2008
  • Linda K. Amos Leadership Award. University of Utah College of Nursing, 2008

Biography

Gerrie Barnett is currently faculty in the undergraduate program.  From 2005 to 20014 she wasthe Executive Director for Undergraduate Programs at the University of Utah College of Nursing in Salt Lake City.  She has 30 years of experience as a registered nurse in Women’s Health and 20 years of experience as a nurse educator in several different undergraduate programs.  She has published and presented on interdisciplinary experiences, simulation as a teaching method, and the use of computerized timing programs in clinical situations. She is a CCNE site evaluator and a fellow in AACN Leadership for Academic Programs.

Languages

  • English, fluent.

Other Profile Data

Gerrie Barnett is currently faculty in the undergraduate program focusing on distance on-line learning.  With Ms. Carolyn Schees and Dr. Barbara Wilson, she received funding to improve the on-line RN-BS program.  As a result, she cooperated with other faculty to re-configure three on-line course.  She has been  the co-director of the Veterans Affairs Nursing Academic  Partnership since 2012.  From 2005 to 20014 she was the Executive Director for Undergraduate Programs at the University of Utah College of Nursing in Salt Lake City.    During this time, she worked to coordinate the addition of an accelerated nursing program that expanded enrollment.  Additionally, she worked to implement two curriculum revisions, changing to a concept based curriculum.  She developed program evaluation tools and plans for these curricula. she also helped develop methodologies for tracking student issues.  She is nationally certified as an Inpatient Obstetric Nurse.  She has 30 years of experience as a registered nurse in Women’s Health and 20 years of experience as a nurse educator in several different undergraduate programs.  She has published and presented on interdisciplinary experiences, simulation as a teaching method, and the use of computerized timing programs in clinical situations. She is a CCNE site evaluator and a fellow in AACN Leadership for Academic Program