Angelia Mickle

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Angelia Mickle, D.N.P., RN, APRN, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC

Dean, Associate Professor of Nursing

Biography

Dr. Angelia Mickle is honored to serve as Dean for the School of Nursing. She has practiced for nearly 30 years; the majority of practice involved emergency and trauma nursing, including five years as a flight nurse. She teaches in both undergraduate and graduate nursing courses. She believes every young person is a success story waiting to happen! Her ministry is caring for patients, teaching students, and using nursing as a ministry for Christ. She has been at Cedarville University since August 2008.

Education and Credentials

  • D.N.P. in Family Practice NP, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
  • Post-Master's Certificate in Psyche Mental Health NP, University of Cincinnati
  • M.S.N. in Nursing Education, Indiana Wesleyan University
  • B.S.N., Indiana Wesleyan University

Scholarly Works

  • Saline Infusion (Angelia Mickle) Conference Presentation (2018) 
  • An Investigation of Sports Concussion Management Among High School Student Athletes (Angelia Mickle) Faculty Dissertations (2013)
  • Rapid Response Teams: The Staff Nurses' Perspectives (Angelia Mickle) Nursing Faculty Publications (2008)
  • More Than 200 Viruses Infect Americans with the Common Cold Each Year (Angelia Mickle) Nursing Faculty Publications (2015)
  • Benchworks & AACN: A Partnership to Help Drive Nursing Program Improvement (Angelia Mickle) Academic Nursing Leadership Conference (2017)
View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »

Interests

  • Favorite place to visit: Amish Country
  • Interests: Reading, jigsaw puzzles, camping, and spending time with my family.
  • Why I’m at Cedarville: Cedarville University chose me. I was led here by nursing students who I routinely precepted in the emergency room; their salt and light clearly emanated. I desired to teach nurses who would be equipped with excellence both professionally and spiritually. I love the School of Nursing's vision: "Using Nursing as a ministry for Christ."