College of Nursing
Degree ProgramMaster of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Dr. Lenaghan received her BSN from Northeastern University and her MSN from University of Rhode Island. She completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Wilkes University, while working as both a nurse educator and a nurse practitioner. She taught for 30 years as faculty in an Associate degree Nursing program. Dr. Lenaghan is certified as an online educator by the National League for Nursing.
Dr. Lenaghan’s clinical experience has spanned several cities on the East coast, as a staff nurse in ICU, a manager on a medical unit, a nursing supervisor, and a clinical coordinator in the ER. For the past decade, she has been working as a nurse practitioner, managing the primary care needs of homebound patients. She has been teaching in the Walden University Masters in Nursing program for three years. She also teaches nurse practitioner students at Monmouth University.
Dr. Lenaghan is licensed as a nurse practitioner in New Jersey and Minnesota.
NURS 6565 - Synthesis in Advanced Nursing Practice of Patients in Primary Care Settings
NURS 6531 - Advanced Practice Care of Adults Across the Lifespan
BS, Northeastern University
MS, University of Rhode Island
Post-master's Certificate, Monmouth University
DNP, Wilkes University - Wilkes Barre, PA
Awards / Honors
Outstanding Faculty Award, Brookdale Community College , 2009
Nursing Leadership Award, Monmouth University, 2002
Lenaghan, N. A. (2019). Transitional Care and Empowerment of the Older Adult Geriatric Nursing
Lenaghan, N. A. (2000). The Nurses Role in Smoking Cessation Med Surg Nursing
Lenaghan, N. A. (1992). After the Trauma: Managing its Effects Down to the Last Letter Nursing
Lenaghan, N. A. (2015). Empowerment of the Older Adut in Transition Care Monmouth University
Lenaghan, N. A. (2011). Narrative Pedagogy in Simulated Learning International Society of Narrative Pedagogy
Lenaghan, N. A. (2011). Simulation: Fad or Pedagogy NJ Associate Degree Council
Lenaghan, N. A. (2010). QSEN Competencies in a Capstone Simulation Quality and Safety in Nursing Education (QSEN)