Edna Hull has been a registered nurse for 50 years with the last 26 years devoted to academic nursing education. A certified nurse educator, Dr. Hull has experience teaching full and part-time in ADN, RN-BSN, MSN, DNP and nursing PhD students. With a background in higher education administration, she has also served as adjunct faculty in the College of Education Administration and Foundations at the University of New Orleans. Recently retired as associate professor of Graduate Nursing Programs at Southern University Baton Rouge, Dr. Hull’s current role is senior contributing faculty member for Walden University. In addition to teaching online, Dr. Hull also serves as university research reviewer (URR) for Walden. Additionally, Dr. Hull also served as the former associate editor and editorial board member for Teaching and Learning in Nursing: The Official Journal of the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing. She currently serves as peer reviewer for several nursing journals including Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, Med-Surg Nursing and Teaching and Learning in Nursing: The Official Journal of the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing. An avid believer of the peer review process, Dr. Hull is a current peer evaluator for the NLN Commission on Nursing Education Accreditation (CNEA).
NURS 8110 - Theoretical and Scientific Foundations for Nursing Practice.
Awards / Honors
Helen Johnson Cremeens Excellence in Teaching Award presented by the Baton Rouge District Nursing Association , Baton Rouge District Nurses Association , 2017
Hull, E. (2017). Conducting Research in Your Own Backyard. Teaching and Learning in Nursing