Gerri-Lyn Boyden '20
Full Time Lecturer
College of Nursing & Health Sciences / Community
|2020||University of Massachusetts Dartmouth||MSN|
|1996||University of Rhode Island||BSN|
|1991||University of Rhode Island||BA|
- Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing
- Health Assessment
Online and Continuing Education Courses
Introduction to the discipline of professional nursing. Learners will examine individual values and beliefs in relation to foundational concepts, including the nursing process, and behaviors that define the discipline. The purpose of course is to build a foundation of self as nurse. The emphasis is placed on socializing the learner as an active, developing professional within the legal and ethical context and dimensions of the discipline. Learners will explore the relationship to self, individuals, families and communities utilizing the art of nursing presence and therapeutic communication. The AACN Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice were used to build this course.
- Integrative Review - Psychological Trauma Among Nurses During the COVID-19 Pandemic with Strategies for Healing and Resilience.
- Paper Presentation - Student Resilience in Nursing Education: A Theory Synthesis. Eastern Nursing Research Society Conference, March 2022.
- Dissertation (in Process) - Understanding Resilience Among Traditional Baccalaureate Nursing Students: A Hermeneutic Phenomenology Study
- Psychological Resilience & Trauma
- Co-Occurring Chronic Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorders
- Mobile Applications for Psychological Well-being
- Humanistic Nursing Education
- De-escalation Skills in Nursing Education and Clinical Practice
- Boyden, G. (2018).
The need for price transparency in healthcare
Massachusetts Report on Nursing/Massachusetts American Nursing Association, 16(3), 14.
Gerri-Lyn Boyden is a Board-Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse with over 25 years of clinical expertise. She is actively practicing in acute adult mental health and substance use disorder care.