College of Nursing
Degree ProgramMaster of Science in Nursing (MSN)
She has been a nurse for 19 years and began her nursing career as an associate degree nurse. She has a strong background in clinical practice, critical care nursing, nursing education, research, informatics, leadership/management, and electronic/multimedia/research publications. She received a Baccalaureate in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing, a postmaster’s certification in Healthcare Education, and a PhD with distinction, with a specialization in Nursing Education.
With her strong history in nursing education for 16 years, she has taught at all levels of nursing programs from associate degree to DNP/PhD. She has served as a Nurse Educator Consultant, worked with internal editorial teams, managed nursing content, subject matter experts, and helped with the integration products at colleges and universities throughout the US. She was a pioneer in nursing simulation circuit at national and international levels. She was instrumental in teaching patient care with students and faculty in simulation. She has presented at multiple national and international conferences. She is a member of the National League for Nursing, South Carolina League for Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, Phi Kappa Phi, and Kappa Delta.
She currently lives in Charleston, South Carolina. She enjoys the beach, competitive cheerleading, ballet, and outdoor activities.
PhD, Capella University
MSN, University of Phoenix
BSN, University of Phoenix
Sigma Theta Honor Society, Board Member
Awards / Honors
Sigma Theta Tau Excellence in Clinical Teaching, , 2010
South Carolina Student Nurses Association, , 2002
Schmoll, H. H. (2013). Using Standardized Simulation to Improve Student Nurses’ Medication Practices
Schmoll, H. H. (2012). Integrating Electronic Healthcare Records into the Classroom
Schmoll, H. H. (2012). Implementation of Simulation into an Adult Emergency Department Trauma Resuscitation Orientation Clinical Simulation in Nursing
Schmoll, H. H. Cooperative Learning Using Simulation to Achieve Mastery of Nasogastric Tube Insertion Journal of Nursing Education
Schmoll, H. H. (2012). Comparing Simulation-based Vital Signs Training to Traditional Training Methods for Pre-licensure Nursing Students. Simulation in Healthcare
Schmoll, H. H. (2012). The South Carolina Nursing Simulation Project
Schmoll, H. H. (2011). Structured Debriefing: Using the DEOR Methodology.
Schmoll, H. H. (2011). Senior Students as Simulation Teachers: Mentored Teaching Design Reduces Faculty Workload and Costs.
Schmoll, H. H. (2011). Integrating Simulation into Prelicensure Curriculum across South Carolina.
Schmoll, H. H. (2012). Implementing Hybrid Simulation into an Associate Degree Nursing Program.
Schmoll, H. H. (2012). Implementation of Simulation into an Adult Emergency Department Trauma Resuscitation Orientation.
Schmoll, H. H. (2012). Hybrid Task Training Simulation with Objective-based Outcomes for Mastery-based Learning.
Schmoll, H. H. (2013). Comparing Simulation-based Vital Signs Training to Traditional Training Methods for Pre-licensure Nursing Students.
Schmoll, H. H. (2017). Exploring the Clinical Skills Readiness of the Newly Licensed Registered Nurse.