Liz Rogan

Liz Rogan, Ed.D., MSN-Ed, MA, RN, CNE

Assistant Director, Associate Professor
Education and Leadership, Graduate Nursing

Contact Info
RoganLiz@clarksoncollege.edu
402.552.3587

Dr. Liz Rogan has been at Clarkson College since 2017 and is the Assistant Director of Graduate Nursing as well as an Associate ProfessorShe earned her Doctor of Education from College of St Mary in 2014. She also holdMaster’s degrees in Nursing Education and History/Latin American HistoryHer dissertations include Nurse Educators’ Beliefs about the Relevance of Continuing Professional DevelopmentPreparation of Nurses Who Precept BSN Students: A Descriptive Study, and Enemies on the Beach: An Examination of the Contention over the Defense of Vera Cruz, with Special Focus on Sir Arthur Wellesley's Plan of 1807 

Dr. Rogan has also performed research in a number of areas including nurse educator specialty options and continuing professional development. Along with teaching, Dr. Rogan continues to work on several fiction projects 

Words of Wisdom  

Be passionate about what you’re doing! 

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Dissertation Chair  

Scholarly Works (Selected)  

Rogan, L., & Collins, M. (2020). Incidence of postpartum depression in women treated during pregnancy for hyperemesis gravidarum or its symptoms. Alumni Times, #(#), p-p. 

Rogan, L., & Wallin, C. (2020). A comparison of ERAS protocol implementation in outpatient and inpatient surgical settings. Alumni Times, #(#), p-p. 

Rogan, L., & Kunz, J. (2019). The effectiveness of hydroxyprogesterone injections in the prevention of pre-term labor. Alumni Times, 10(3), 22, 24. 

Rogan, L., & Martens, K. (2019). Emergency department nurses’ experiences with violence in the workplace. Alumni Times, 10(3), 24. 

Rogan, L. (2018). Perceptions of MSN students in a nurse educator track about nurse educator specialty courses. In L. G. Chova, A. Lopez Martinez, & C. Torres, ICERI2018 Proceedings, Spain, 8643-8651. doi: 10.21125/iceri. 2018 

Rogan, L. (2014). Nurse educators’ beliefs about the relevance of continuing professional development. (Unpublished dissertation). ProQuest ID: 10053. doi10.13140/2.1.2072.7360 

Rogan, L. (2011). Whitman’s legacy: The art of reflection in the development of empathy in student nurses. Journal of Nursing Education, 51(4), 240. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20120402-02 

Rogan, E. (2009). Preparation of nurses who precept baccalaureate nursing students: A descriptive study. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 40(12), 565-570. doi: 10.3928/00220124-20091119-06   

Poster presentation, 11th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (Seville, Spain). Perceptions of MSN Students in a Nurse Educator Track about Nurse Educator Specialty Courses. [doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.30697.13926]. 2018.  

Poster presentation, ATI’s National Nurse Educator Summit (Orlando, FLA). Saving the Horse: Proactive Use of Standardized Test Results to Drive BSN Program Curriculum and Course Review. 2011.  

Abstract accepted for oral presentation (unable to attend), 2010 International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI, Madrid, Spain). The Oracles of Academe: Early BSN Program Predictors of Academic and NCLEX-RN® Success. 2010.  

Invited Talk/presentation, ATI Educator Enrichment Conference, Creighton University School of Nursing (Omaha, NE). 2010. 

Invited talk/presentation about ATI to Student Government, Nebraska Methodist College. 2010.  

Poster presentation, Emerging Technologies in Nursing Education (Boston, MA). Correlation Study: The Importance of General Education Science Courses on Lower Level Nursing Courses, ATI Performance and First-Time NCLEX-RN® Success. 2010.  

Poster presentation, AIR’s 50th Anniversary Forum (Chicago, IL; presented by Liz Rogan, Deb Carlson. Use of Standardized, Computerized Progression Testing as an Early Warning System to Identify At-Risk Students, with Lin Hughes, PhD, RN, Tina Clancy, MSN, RN, & Deb Carlson, PhD. 2010.  

Poster presentation at Nursing Research Day (“Nursing: The Art of Caring – A Pledge of Quality and Safety”, Methodist Hospital, Omaha, NE). The Importance of General Education Science Courses on Lower Level Nursing Courses, ATI Performance and First-Time NCLEX-RN® Success. 2010.  

Poster presentation at Nursing Research Day (“Nursing: The Art of Caring – A Pledge of Quality and Safety”), Methodist Hospital, Omaha, NE). Old MacDonald had a Pharm: Collaboration between Nursing and General Education Faculty to Improve Pharmacology Preparation of BSN Students. 2010.  

Member of panel (speaker): Remediation. ATI’s 1st National Nurse Educator Summit, Las Vegas, NV. 2010.   

Poster presentation at ATI’s 1st National Nurse Educator Summit, April, Las Vegas, NV. The Importance of General Education Science Courses on Lower Level Nursing Courses, ATI Performance and First-Time NCLEX-RN® Success. 2010.  

Poster accepted for presentation (unable to attend meeting), NETNEP 2010: 3rd International Nurse Education Conference, Sydney, AUS. Use of Standardized, Computerized Progression Testing as an Early Warning System to Identify At-Risk Students, with Lin Hughes, PhD, RN, Tina Clancy, MSN, RN, & Deb Carlson, PhD. 2010.  

Poster accepted for presentation (unable to attend meeting), 2010 Mosby’s Faculty Development Institute, San Diego. Use of Standardized, Computerized Progression Testing as an Early Warning System to Identify At-Risk Students, with Lin Hughes, PhD, RN, Tina Clancy, MSN, RN, & Deb Carlson, PhD. 2010.  

Poster presentation, AACN’s 2009 Baccalaureate Education Conference (Chicago, IL; presented by Lin Hughes, PhD, RN). Use of Standardized, Computerized Progression Testing as an Early Warning System to Identify At-Risk Students, with Lin Hughes, PhD, RN, Tina Clancy, MSN, RN, & Deb Carlson, PhD. 2009.  

Poster accepted for presentation (unable to attend meeting), 2009 International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI, Madrid, Spain). Danger, Will Robinson!: Use of Standardized, Computerized Progression Testing as an Early Warning System to Identify At-Risk Students, with Lin Hughes, PhD, RN, Tina Clancy, MSN, RN, & Deb Carlson, PhD. 2009.  

Poster Presentation, Sigma Theta Tau International Biennial Convention, Baltimore, MD. Preparation of Nurses Who Precept BSN Students. 2007.  

Poster Presentation, Creighton University Medical Center, Nursing Research Day, Omaha, NE. Preparation of Nurses Who Precept BSN Students. 2007.  

 



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