Nursing Lab & Technology Coordinator
Dr. Hillberry received an associate degree from Marymount University and went on to get both a BSA and MSN from the University of Phoenix. In 2017 she completed a Doctorate in Nursing Practice at Marymount University. She is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator and a graduate of the 2017 Cohort of NLN Leadership Development for Simulation Educators. Dr. Hillberry has developed the Nursing Simulation Program at Marymount University and participated in several research projects.
Dr. Hillberry is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator and a graduate of the 2017 Cohort of the NLN Leadership Development for Simulation Educators..
2014- “Sustainability Panel Discussion”- Innovations-Marymount University
“Development, Implementation and Evaluation of Clinical Simulation in
Community/Public Health Nursing Education” –ACHNE
Poster- Crisis Management in the OR -INOVA Research Conference
Poster –Crisis Management in the OR -Partnerships, Practice & Policy George Washing University Conference
Dr. Hillberry currently teaches Simulation, Nursing labs and Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
Dr. Hillberry is interested in building on the current simulation research. Her focus is in researching the use of simulation in a higher education and clinical practice environment with a particular interest in Interprofessional Education.
“Crisis Management of Cardiac Arrest in the OR: Ventricular Tachycardia, Ventricular Fibrillation, Pulseless Electrical Activity, and Asystole” AORN Journal July 2016-Co- author.
Clinical Simulations for the Advanced Practice Nurse by Celeste Alfes-Springer Publishing Company 2020.
Innovation in Nursing Education by Celeste Alfes-Springer Publishing Company 2020.