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Raso, Joan

Joan Raso, MSN, RN, CHSE Certified Health Simulation Educator

  • Specialist Professor

Department: Nursing

Office: Graduate Center 213

Phone: 732-923-4670

Email: jraso@monmouth.edu


Joan Raso, MSN, RN, CHSE, is a Nursing Specialist Professor who is certified as a Health Simulation Educator and serves as Coordinator of the Simulation Lab. She is responsible for the daily operational management of the Nursing Simulation Lab in which she is certified in Simulation through Drexel University. Joan is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in nursing education with a focus on diabetes education and nutrition. She is also an ATI Champion.

Education

MSN, Seton Hall University, West Orange, NJ

BSN, Hartwick College, Oneota, NY

Professional Associations

ANA, NLN, Society for Simulation in Health Care, International Nursing Society for Health Care Simulation and American Association of Diabetes Educators.

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Fall

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518
  • Factors Affecting Healthcare – NU 508
  • Health Policy – NU 440, HE 440

2022 Summer C

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518

2022 Spring

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518
  • Factors Affecting Healthcare – NU 508
  • Transition to Professional Practice Practicum – NU 490P

2021 Fall

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518
  • Factors Affecting Healthcare – NU 508
  • Research Methods in Nursing – NU 355

2021 Summer C

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518

2021 Spring

2020 Fall

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518
  • Medical Terminology – HE 150

2020 Summer C

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518

2020 Spring

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518
  • Issues and Trends in Professional Nursing – NU 311

2019 Fall

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518

2019 Summer C

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518

2019 Spring

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518
  • Issues and Trends in Professional Nursing – NU 311

Frequently Taught Classes