JOHN A NERGES portrait
  • Instructor (Clinical), College Of Nursing

Current Courses

Spring 2022

  • NURS 3410-001
    Acute Care Practicum
    Location: TBA (TBA)
  • NURS 4600-001
    Professional Roles IV
    Location: CNB 2600 (CNB 2600)
  • NURS 5905-090
    Clinical Physiology
    Location: ONLN (Online)
  • NURS 5905-290
    Clinical Physiology
    Location: ONLN (Online)

Fall 2021

Summer 2021

Professional Organizations

  • American Nurses Association. 01/01/2019 - 04/30/2021. Position : Member.
  • Sigma Theta Tau, Rho Chapter. 10/01/2018 - present. Position : Member.
  • Emergency Nurses Association. 03/01/2018 - 09/30/2022. Position : Member.
  • American Association for Men in Nursing. 01/01/2017 - 01/31/2021. Position : President.
  • International Association of Forensic Nurses. 12/25/2014 - present. Position : Member.
  • American Association of Critical Care Nursing. 12/01/1988 - present. Position : Member.

Teaching Philosophy

My passion for teaching comes from a lifetime of learning and nurse leadership experience. As a life-long student, I strive to remain humble, invested, and respectful toward the learning process. I must encourage and cultivate these same traits in students to whom I serve. A teacher's currency is the student's trust, and my job is to help learners grow personally and professionally. Teachers and leaders engage their students and sabotage barriers to success. Good teachers are ethical, kind, and compassionate. They are subject matter experts who can explain complex topics simply and from many directions. Good teachers, like leaders, see tough questions and wrong answers as progress. Success is measured from the student's point of view. To summarize, my teaching philosophy is captured in one sentence; Teaching is service.