• Nancy Wingo, MA, PhD (c) is a non-clinical instructor in the UAB School of Nursing, where she teaches in the Nurse Educator track and works with faculty to implement innovative teaching strategies and increase student engagement in online and on-ground courses. She also has special interests in educational technology and simulation debriefing. She taught high school AP English for many years and was previously the Projects Analyst to the Provost at UAB.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title Altmetric
    2021 Gamification and education: A pragmatic approach with two examples of implementationJournal of Clinical and Translational Science.  5. 2021
    2021 Addressing gaps in nurses’ knowledge of sepsis: A literature reviewJournal of Continuing Education in Nursing.  52:43-46. 2021
    2020 Coffee in the collaboratory: A collegial club for nursing facultyJournal of Continuing Education in Nursing.  51:387-388. 2020
    2020 Using social media to engage nurse practitioner students in complex health care topicsJournal of Nursing Education.  59:420. 2020
    2020 Applying Design Thinking in Health Care: Reflections of Nursing Honors Program StudentsCreative Nursing.  26:169-174. 2020
    2020 Assessment of 21st century skills during an innovation challengeJournal of Higher Education Theory and Practice.  20:78-108. 2020
    2020 Building capacity for nursing and midwifery education through an asynchronous online courseJournal of Nursing Education.  59:38-41. 2020
    2019 Accelerating clinical innovation in biomedical engineering education by using a digital portal for collaborationJournal of Biomechanical Engineering.  141. 2019
    2019 Kaizen: Interactive Gaming for Diabetes Patient EducationGames for Health Journal.  8:423-431. 2019
    2019 Evaluating suppressive therapies to treat recurrent urinary tract infections: A literature review 2019
    2019 Using Simulation and TeamSTEPPS to Reinforce Non-validated Skills: "The Zombie Sim"Journal of Nursing Education.  58:1-1. 2019
    2019 Using simulation and teamstepps to reinforce nonvalidated skills: “the Zombie Sim”Journal of Nursing Education.  58:124. 2019
    2019 “Playing for bragging rights”: A qualitative study of students’ perceptions of gamificatioJournal of Nursing Education.  58:79-85. 2019
    2018 Educational Analytics: A New Frontier for Gamification?CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing.  36:458-465. 2018
    2018 Exploring Hidden Curricula in an Interprofessional Intensive Care Unit SimulationClinical Simulation in Nursing.  22:22-25. 2018
    2018 Applying Mixed Methods in Action Research: Methodological Potentials and AdvantagesAmerican Behavioral Scientist.  62:978-997. 2018
    2018 Applying mixed methods in action research: Methodological potentials and advantagesAmerican Behavioral Scientist2018
    2018 An innovative simulation for teaching debridement to nurse practitioner studentsJournal of Nursing Education.  57:190. 2018
    2018 Sun protective behavior use in organ transplantrecipients current practices in a high-risk populationJournal of the Dermatology Nurses' Association.  10:97-112. 2018
    2017 Kaizen: An Innovative Team Learning Experience for First Semester NursesJournal of Nursing Education2017
    2017 Kaizen: An innovative team learning experience for first-semester nursing studentsJournal of Nursing Education.  56:124. 2017
    2017 "My research article was accepted for publication!" 2017
    2017 Faculty perceptions about teaching online: Exploring the literature using the technology acceptance model as an organizing frameworkOnline Learning Journal.  21:15-35. 2017
    2017 If you give a nurse a cookie: Sharing teaching strategies for nurse educator developmentJournal of Continuing Education in Nursing.  48:12-13. 2017
    2016 Benefits and challenges of teaching nursing online: Exploring perspectives of different stakeholdersJournal of Nursing Education.  55:433-440. 2016

    Research Overview

  • Distance education; educational leadership; interprofessional education; design thinking; healthcare innovation; instructional innovation; educational technology; gamification
  • Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership and Administration, University of Alabama at Birmingham 2015
  • Master of English in English Language and Literature, Auburn University 1987
  • Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature, Auburn University 1983
  • Full Name

  • Nancy Wingo