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ANDREA MCCRINK

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

COLLEGE OF NURSING AND PUBLIC HEALTH

ALUMNAE HALL
ROOM 208

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Diplomas/Degrees

Ed.D., Dowling College (2008)
M.S., WHNP, Stony Brook University (2001)
B.S.N., George Mason University (1998)

Recent Courses

Introduction To Professional Nursing Practice
Nursing Care Of The Evolving Family

Personal Statement

I teach because I believe in the power of knowledge and critical reasoning within nursing education and the nursing profession. I believe the learning environment must be student-centered and that nursing students need to be active participants in their learning experiences. Teaching is something I do with them, not something I do to them. I do not expect or want my students to fail; I am their guide and my goal is to challenge and inspire them to become the best nurses they can be. I want them to think, to question and to know where to find answers. I want my students to understand that the profession of nursing is dynamic and they are on a life-long journey of learning.

Teaching Specializations/Interests

Women's Health Care; Maternal-Newborn Nursing; Pediatric Nursing; International Nursing Care; Ethical Nursing Practice

Research Interests

Academic Misconduct, Ethical Nursing Practice, Second Degree Nursing Students

Book Chapters

McCrink, A. (2012). Responsibility and Interstate, International and Global Community Health Concerns. In S. P. Holzemer & M. Klainberg (Eds.). Community Health Nursing: An Alliance for Health. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.

McCrink, A. (2011). Student Attitudes towards Academic Misconduct. In L. Zysberg (Eds.). Student Attitudes. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Publications.


Refereed Articles

McCrink, A. (2010), Ethical Nursing Practice: Why It Should Concern Us All. Nursing for Women's Health, 14(6), 443-446.

McCrink, A. (2010), Academic Misconduct in Nursing Students: Behaviors, Attitudes, Rationalizations, and Cultural Identity. Journal of Nursing Education, 49(11), 653-659.


Conference Presentations/Papers

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McCrink, A., Ballestas, H., & Cole, H. (2011). Our Global Partnership with the Dominican Republic: Improving the Health of Children. In Sigma Theta Tau 41st Biennial Conference. Grapevine, TX.

McCrink, A. (2010). Expedited Partner Therapy for Sexually Transmitted Infections. In Association of Women's Health Obstetrical and Neonatal Nursing Annual Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada.

McCrink, A. (2009). 20th International Nursing Research Congress Update. In Sigma Theta Tau International Founders Day. Adelphi University, Garden City, New York.

McCrink, A. (2009). Nursing Students Attitudes Towards and Engagement in Behaviors of Academic Misconduct in Relationship to Cultural Identity. In 20th International Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Research Congress. Vancouver, BC, Canada.

McCrink, A. (2009). Genital Herpes: Caring and Counseling. In Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses Annual Conference. San Diego, California.

McCrink, A. (2009). Academic Misconduct in Nursing: What’s the Big Deal. In Fifth Annual Leadership Conference, Sigma Theta Tau. Adelphi University.

McCrink, A., Manley, R., Walter, R. & Morote, E. S. (2009). Nursing Student Cultural Identity and Their Behavior and Attitude toward Academic Misconduct in Two Large Nursing Programs in the United States. In 8th International Business & Economy ConferenceIBEC Conference. Udaipur, India.


Honors and Accomplishments

Visiting Professor, Jinan University, Guangzhou China, January 2012

Professional Activities

Reviewer, Nursing for Women's Health

Board of Directors, Nurses Association of the Counties of Long Island (NACLI)

2011 Program Committee Member, Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses

Community and Corporate Leadership

World Pediatric Project, Lead Instructor for nursing education program at Robert Reid Cabral Hospital, Dominican Republic.

Licenses & Certifications

New York State Registered Nurse
New York State Women's Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP)
Board Certified WHNP