Dr. Booth joined the nursing faculty at UMHB in 2006. Prior to coming to UMHB, her nursing experience included work as a Nurse Educator & Program Manager for the Pediatric Education & Community Outreach Program at Scott & White, as well as a Staff Nurse and Unit-Based Educator in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Dr. Booth enjoys helping nursing students learn about population & global health perspectives through study abroad. She has led study abroad experiences to Peru, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, & Ireland.
She is engaged in community service through Altrusa and the Body of Christ Community Clinic. In addition, she and her husband serve in the marriage preparation ministry at St. Luke Catholic Church.
Dr. Booth enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her family at the beach.
Subjects TaughtNURS 4310 Global Perspectives in Nursing; NURS 4230 Contemporary Issues in Nursing; NURS 6331 Curriculum Development; NURS 6332 Teaching Strategies; NURS 7330 Advanced Curriculum Development and Interprofessional Education in Nursing Education; NURS 7332 Evidence-Based Practice in Classroom and Clinical Instruction; BHCM 6330 Leadership in Healthcare; NURS 4516 Nursing in the Community; NURS 4200 Nursing Capstone
Degrees EarnedDoctorate of Education, Nursing Education Leadership from UMHB; Master of Science in Education, Community Health Education from Baylor University; Post-Masters Certificate in Nursing Education from Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; BSN from UMHB; Bachelor of Science, Health Education from Texas A&M University
Preparation of Academic Nurse Educators
Interprofessional Education (IPE)
Civility in Nursing and Nursing Education