Paul R. Clark, PhD, RN, MA

Paul R. Clark, PhD, RN, MA

Paul R. Clark, Phd, RN, MA

Paul R. Clark, PhD, RN, MA

Assistant Professor
prclar01@louisville.edu
502.852.7405

Paul Clark is the graduate of an accelerated BSN program.  Following graduation he worked as an RN in the post-operative medical surgical and adult Emergency Department care settings.  After completing graduate school, Clark joined the faculty at the UofL School of Nursing where he teaches pharmacology and works with students as a clinical instructor.  He stays active in Emergency Nursing through research in the emergency care setting and as an advisory member of the Institute of Emergency Nursing Research, the research arm of the Emergency Nurses Association.  Besides his full time work with the UofL School of Nursing, Dr. Clark is a System Educator for the Institute for Nursing in the Norton Healthcare System (Louisville, KY).

My ORCID ID is http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4990-875X

Education:

  • PhD: Nursing, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, 2010
  • MSN, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, 2006
  • BSN, St. Louis University, 1999
  • MA: Theology, Washington Theological Union, 1997
  • BA: Biology, St. Louis University, 1989

Educational Interests:

University of Louisville, School of Nursing
  • Pharmacotherapeutics [Didactic](N395) – 2014 (Fall), 2015 (Spring, Summer, Fall), 2016 (Spring, Fall)
  • Theoretical Nursing Interventions  [Clinical] (N364) – 2014 (Fall), 2015 (Spring, Fall), 2016 (Spring, Fall)
Kentucky Institute of International Studies – courses taught in Tanzania, East Africa, 2016
  • Global Health Care [Didactic] (NUR317-2) – 2016 (Summer)
  • Special Topics:  Cultural Influences which Impact Quality Healthcare Delivery [Didactic] (NUR317-1) – 2016 (Summer)