AMT Faculty Member

Kimberly Rumsey, DNP, RN, CNEAssistant Professor
School of Nursing

Dr. Kimberly Rumsey is an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. She completed a Doctor of Nursing Practice in Educational Leadership from American Sentinel College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Post University. Dr. Rumsey received her baccalaureate in nursing from the University of Texas Medical Branch and her master’s degree in nursing from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San. She also holds a post-graduate family nurse practitioner certificate from Texas Women’s University.

Dr. Rumsey has over 40 years of nursing practice in general medical-surgical nursing with expertise in oncology. She has taught prelicensure nursing students at the community college and university setting since 2008. Dr. Rumsey teaches several courses in the BSN program at UTMB and serves as the Junior Level Track Coordinator for the BSN program.

Dr. Rumsey’s educational interest includes innovations in nursing education, evaluation of nursing student success, and mentoring of nursing students and faculty.

Learner Types: SON - Undergraduate.

Assessment of Learners: Clinical Skills Assessment, Debriefing Techniques, Exam Software, Examination Blueprints, National Board Exam Question Writing, Test-Analysis, Test-Writing.

Advancement/Promotion: Promotion/Tenure for Educators, Peer Observation of Teaching.

Curriculum: Curriculum Design, Curriculum Mapping, Objectives.

Educational Leadership: Leadership Development.

Instructional Methods: Audience Response Systems, Blackboard Courses, Clinical Teaching (Hospital or Clinic), Experiential Learning, Games for Teaching, Flipped Classroom, Interactive Teaching - Large Group, Simulation-based Education, Slide Development - best practices. 

Scholarship: Ed Research or Curriculum Innovation: Abstract Development, Poster Development.

Special Content: Faculty Development - Teaching Skills, Interprofessional Education.