Kathleen Pinto

Title: The relationship between debriefing and confidence levels in associate degree nursing students


      Kathleen Pinto PhD, RN holds the degree Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing and an undergraduate degree in Social Science. She has been a nurse for over twenty years working primarily in community health, neurology, and NICU, and continues to actively practice pediatric nursing. Dr. Pinto has served in academia as a nursing instructor for undergraduate and graduate nursing students. Dr. Pinto currently serves in higher education as a Dean for a college in the U.S.  She has contributed to the nursing profession through her active research in debriefing following high fidelity simulation with a focus on ADN nursing students. In addition to her current research, Dr. Pinto has presented on community health issues to several public and private organizations.  She is actively involved in the New Jersey State Nurses Association as a forum committee member. Dr. Pinto also volunteers as a practicum mentor for nursing students in the BSN and MSN tracks at several local and national univerisities. 

Research Interest

Nursing Education, Nursing Practice and Nursing Innovations

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