Keddington AS, Moore J. Simulation as a Method of Competency Assessment Among Health Care Providers: A Systematic Review. Nursing Education Perspectives. 2019 Mar/Apr;40(2):91-94. doi: 10.1097/01.NEP.0000000000000433.
- Associate of Science, General Studies, Weber State University
- Associates Degree in Nursing, Nursing, Weber State University
- Bachelors of Science in Nursing, College of Nursing, Weber State University
- Doctorate Nurse Practitioner Student, College of Nursing / Organizational Leadership, University of Utah. Project: Degree in progress.
- Masters of Science in Nursing Education, College of Nursing, Indiana State University
Mandi Keddington is a clinical instructor for the College of Nursing. She is currently a student in the Doctorate Nurse Practitioner program, focusing on organizational leadership. She received her ADN and BSN from Weber State University, and MSN in Nursing Education from Indiana State University. Her nursing career has primarily been at the bedside in critical/emergency care, and oncology nursing. Research interests include impacts of social determinants of health, simulation as a method of competency assessment in nurses, and wellbeing in newly licensed graduate nurses.