Gloria Brummer, DNP, MS, RN, CEN, CNE
DNP - Rush University, Chicago, Illinois
MS - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Edwardsville, Illinois
BSN - University of Illinois at Springfield, Springfield, Illinois
Diploma - St. John's Hospital School of Nursing, Springfield, Illinois
Gloria Brummer, a certified nurse educator, has taught at St. John’s College for 25 years. Her teaching experience includes classroom, online education, clinical practice and nursing laboratory settings in courses including nursing leadership, medical-surgical nursing and critical care. Her research interests include inter-professional education and improving client-centered care through evidence-based practice and quality systems. She is currently a member of the Emergency Nurses Association, Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders, American Organization of Nurse Executives, Midwest Nursing Research Society and Sigma Theta Tau.
Gloria is certified in emergency nursing and teaches advanced cardiac life support and is a past trauma nurse specialist. Her clinical experience includes emergency, trauma and flight nursing, surgical intermediate care and ambulatory care. Recently, she participated in the 2015 Interprofessional Student Team Hot Spotting Mini-grant Project through Southern Illinois University which focused on identifying individual barriers which cause over-utilization of the health care system. In 2013 she published a chapter related to cardiac resuscitation in Simulation Scenarios for Nurse Educators: Making it Real, 2nd Edition and in 2012, co-authored an online learning module related to medication safety for the Emergency Nurses Association GENE series.
Gloria values the opportunity to assist in the development of future professional nurses who will carry on the Hospital Sisters of St. Francis healing ministry among the complexities of today’s health care.