Kathryn Humphrey
Kathryn Humphrey

Ms. Humphrey has been a nursing instructor in the School of Nursing since 2007. She teaches in NUR 231 Fundamental Nursing Skills and NUR 330 Adult Health 1: Nursing Care Across the Adult Lifespan undergraduate courses.

Ms. Humphrey has a wide range of nursing experiences throughout her nursing career. Experiences include Medical/Surgical, Cardiac, School Nurse, Neonatal, and Hospital Clinical Educator. She instructs CPR classes for the School of Nursing.


  • M.S., 2006, Nursing, Ball State University
  • B.S.N., 1989, Ball State University
  • A.D.,1978 Anderson University, Nursing 

Credentials:  MS, RN

Research and Clinical Interests 

Fundamental Nursing Skills
Adult Health
Nursing Care Across the Adult Lifespan

Publications :

Humphrey, K. Technical Editor. Snyder, R., Schoenborn, B., (2011). Medical Dosage Calculations For Dummies. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Publishing, Inc.

Creative Endeavors :

She partners with other NUR 231 Instructors to develop and update the NUR 231 Course. Ms. Humphrey assisted with development of CPR simulation module for student nurses.

Nursing Practice:

She recently served as a consultant for Wiley Publishing Company. Ms. Humphrey also provides CPR classes for the public.

Professional Organizations/Memberships/Certifications:

  • Sigma Theta Tau International, Beta Rho Chapter
  • American Heart Association (BLS Instructor)
  • National League for Nursing

Courses (previous 2 years):

  • NUR 231 Fundamental Nursing Skills
  • NUR 330 Adult Health 1: Nursing Care Across Adult Lifespan