PhD, MSN, RN-BC, CNE
Chair, MSN Advanced Practice Role Department & Complimentary and Integrative Health Programs; Coordinator of Clinical Nursing Informatics Education; Clinical Professor
Advanced Role M.S.N. Department
Three Parkway Building, Room 9016
Dr. Cornelius is a board certified nurse educator and has taught at the College and University level since 1990. She has an extensive clinical background in Medical Surgical, Psychiatric, Oncology and Community Health Nursing. In addition, Dr. Cornelius has substantial experience in the development and delivery of online, hybrid and traditional course content. For the past 17 years, she has developed and taught courses online in the CNHP's distance learning program and has served as the faculty mentor in the design, development and delivery of online course material and integration of learning technologies into the classroom.
Her area of research involves student learning, development of clinical decision making skills and clinical competency utilizing handheld mobile devices.
Research Interests:Dr. Cornelius' area of research involves student learning, development of clinical decision making skills and clinical competency utilizing handheld computers (PDAs). Other research interests include: faculty development in integration and application of instructional technology for classroom innovations; virtual learning environments for DL and web-enhanced courses; information seeking behaviors among students and professionals in health care.
In 2010, Dr. Cornelius was the recipient of the Outstanding Educator in Online Learning Award from Drexel University Online. She is currently a Master Reviewer for Quality Matters, a faculty-centered, peer review process that is designed to certify the quality of online and blended courses.
She is an NLN Certified Nurse Informaticist and a National Library of Medicine Medical Informatics Fellow. Dr. Cornelius is the co-Editor of PDA Connections: Mobile Technology for Health Care Professionals (2007: LLW), an innovative textbook designed to teach healthcare professionals how to use mobile devices for ‘point-of-care’ access of information. She is the co-Editor and Author of Ethical Health Informatics: Challenges and Opportunities (2016: JB). She is also co-author of an innovative series of six NCLEX Review books, published by Springer, designed to support development of critical thinking among nursing students utilizing unfolding case studies infused with mobile decision support resources to replicate realistic clinical experiences.