Nicholas Zumwalt, PhD, APRN-CNP, FNP-BC
Dr. Nicholas Zumwalt joined the faculty of nursing at his alma mater in 2015. His research interests are in symptom management and meaning, particularly symptoms of suffering in non-verbal children with neuro-developmental disorders. Dr. Zumwalt hopes to strengthen the understanding of suffering and the family dynamic of care in non-verbal patients in order to better identify and treat suffering through a framework of palliative care.
Symptoms of suffering in non-verbal pediatric patients with neuro-developmental disorders. Integrating palliative care access in the emergency department setting.
Cardiovascular, renal system, shock, trauma, burn, pediatric, and palliative nursing care.
Zumwalt , N. Parent Knowledge of Suffering in their Non-Verbal Children with Special Needs.
Zumwalt, N. (2017). Genitourinary, Gynecology, and Obstetrical Emergencies. Pass CEN! Mosby.
Zumwalt, N. (2017). Neurological Emergencies. Pass CEN! Mosby.
Zumwalt, N. (2017). Orthopedic and Wound Emergencies. Pass CEN! Mosby.
Zumwalt, N. (2017). Psychosocial Emergencies. Pass CEN! Mosby.
Zumwalt, N. (2017). Transport Emergencies. Pass CEN! Mosby.
Brown, L., Arthur, A.O., Lynch, B., Gray, W., Zumwalt, N., Goodloe, J., Dixon, J., Thomas, S.H. (2012). Impact of short staffing and emergency department left without being seen. [Abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 60, S97.
- Nursing Science IV
- Applied Science IV
- Nursing Interventions IV
- Applied Science III
- Nursing Interventions III
- Understanding Electrocardiography
- Emergency Nurses Association
- Western Institute of Nursing
- Oklahoma Nurses Association
- Sigma Theta Tau International
- National League for Nursing
- American Nurses Association
- Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association
Awards & Honors
- Teaching Excellence Award–Nominated
- Teaching Excellence Award
- Psi Chi
- Phi Kappa Phi
- Ann M. Voda American Indian/Alaskan Native/First Nation Conference Award
- Most Valuable Professor