Priscilla M. Nodine is ardent about improving pregnancy outcomes through maternal health behavior change and nurse-midwifery education. Her teaching, research, practice, and service focus on these two areas of interest. Dr. Nodine is currently the PI on two projects, Intrapartum Nitrous Oxide, a national database, and Graduate Student Stressors during COVID-19, a mixed-methods study.
Since 2009, Dr. Nodine has taught graduate-level courses at CU College of Nursing. She joined as full-time faculty in 2015. She works to include methods for different learning styles, to tap into critical thinking skills, and to feed students’ educational passions.
Dr. Nodine is an active member of the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM), becoming a Fellow in 2020, and Sigma Theta Tau. She is a site visitor for the American Board of Midwifery Education, on the CU Global Health Team, and active in several other CU College of Nursing committees.