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Robin Ann Foreman


Assistant Professor


School of Nursing

Office Location:

Bristol Campus: White Hall #110

Office Phone:



A merry heart does good, like medicine, But a broken spirit dries the bones."  Proverbs 17:22


Ph.D.candidate at East Tennessee State University

MSN from King University (Formerly King College)

BSN from King University (Formerly King College)

ADN from Excelsior College (Formerly Regent's College in New York)

Recent Publications and Presentations

Podium Presentation at the Compassion Conference 2014 in Bristol, TN.  “Mashing the Myths of Incivility: A Healthcare Necessity”

Podium Presentation at the Tennessee Technological University Navigating the Future of Nursing Research Conference in Cookeville, TN.  “Discouraging Piracy and Mutiny upon Your Ship: Exposing the Myths of Incivility”

Podium Presentation with Dr. Rhonda Morgan at the AACN Hot Issues Conference in St. Louis, MO.  “Linking Didactic and Clinical Experiences in Online RN-BSN”

Podium Presentation at the Compassion Conference 2012 in Bristol, TN.  “Healthcare Incivility: Illusion, Delusion, and Ideas for Resolution”

Podium Presentation at the Tennessee Association of Student Nurses 2012 Convention in Franklin, TN.  “The Cracked Mirror: The Reality of Incivility”

Poster Presentation at the Association of Community Health Nurse Educators (ACHNE) 2012 Annual Institute in Portland, OR.  “Incivility: Polluting the Community/Public Health Nursing Educational Environment”

Poster Presentation at the Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) 2012 National Nurse Educator Summit in Scottsdale, AZ.  “Incivility: The Broken Thread in the Tapestry of Nursing Education”

Courses recently taught

NURS 4110 LAB Nursing Mental Health Care
NURS 4110 LECT Nursing in Mental Health Care
NURS 5030 LECT Principles of Teaching and Learning
NURS 5032 LECT Curriculum Development & Implementation in Nursing Educ
NURS 5035 LECT Focused Clinical Seminar and Practicum
NURS 7005 LECT Applied Statistics for Evidence-Based Practice