Dr. Lori Wichman received her DNP in Nursing Leadership and Management at Walden University in February 2018. She has served as the Director of Nursing and Emergency Medical Services at a college in her community. Dr. Wichman is currently the Manager of Clinical Education for a non-profit community Health Care Corporation. She is contributing faculty member at Walden in the School of Nursing August 2018. She has also Foundations of Nursing, Gerontology, Community Health, Medical-Surgical Courses, and Nursing Leadership and Management, Portfolio 1, Professional Roles, and Organizational Behavior at other colleges. Professionally, Dr. Wichman has worked as a nurse and staff development officer in the United States Air Force and has worked extensively on process improvement project to improve the safety and quality of patient care projects. She has a given a number of presentations on infection prevention, improving the practice of bedside reporting, and interactive teaching strategies, virtual reality in healthcare education. Dr. Wichman is an active member of the National League of Nursing, American Nurses Association, and the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses. Dr. Wichman holds nursing licenses in California, Florida, and Alaska. She is also a licensed public health nurse in California and an ANCC certified Nursing professional development specialist (NPD-BC) and Nurse Executive (NE-BC), and a national certified medical surgical nurse (CMSRN).
NURS 4220 - Leadership Competencies
NURS 4221 - Leadership Competencies
AS, American River College
BSN, California State University, Sacramento
MSN, Walden University
Post-master's Certificate, Walden University
DNP, Walden University
Awards / Honors
Daisy Faculty Award, Charter College, 2017
Wichman, L. C. (2018). Bedside Reporting: Improving Practice. QSEN
Wichman, L. C. (2016). Ending strong when the road has been long.. DI Associates Inc.
Wichman, L. C. (2016). Teaching Quality Improvement in ADN program. DI Associates Inc.
Wichman, L. C. (2016). Teaching Quality Improvement in ADN program. QSEN
Wichman, L. C., Chancey, J., Krawitz, S. (2020). Perceptions of Virtual Reality for Simulation Scenario Based Education Amongst Health Care Professionals. Sigma Theta Tau Upsilon Kappa