Lisa Dumont she/her/hers
Full Time Lecturer
College of Nursing & Health Sciences / Community
Modular Unit #5 005
|2008||University of Phoenix||MSN|
|2005||University of Phoenix||BSN|
|1991||Bristol Community College||ADN|
- Adult education
- Adult education
- Technology in Higher Education/Nursing
- Universal Design in Higher Education/Nursing
- Self Care
See curriculum vitae for more publications
- Lisa Dumont and Andrew Harding (2013).
Journal of Emergency Nursing
Development and Implementation of a sepsis program, 39 (6), 625-630.
Lisa Dumont, PhD, RN, CDP began her journey in nursing at Bristol Community College where she received her Associate Degree of Applied Sciences in nursing in 1991. Lisa Went on to earn her BSN at the University of Phoenix in 2005 and received her Masters in Nursing Education also from the University of Phoenix in 2008.
During her undergraduate studies, she was inducted in to the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta International. In 2021, Lisa earned her doctoral degree from Capella University and was inducted into the Honor Society for Leadership and Success and worked as a FlexPath online nursing tutor for various nursing degrees. Dr. Dumont maintains her certification as a certified dementia practitioner.
Prior to entering the faculty role, Dr. Dumont served as a staff nurse in various clinical settings including critical care, Emergency room, post-anesthesia care unit, leadership (Manager of the ICU), and sepsis coordinator. She is married with two sons and one soon-to-be first grand baby. She has two fur-babies (yellow labs). Dr. Dumont enjoys crafting, such as card making, soap making, rope bowls, etc. She is enthusiastic about nursing education and preparing new graduates to lead the profession.