Kristine Kidder serves as an Assistant Professor of Nursing and has been at Cedarville full time since 2016. Prior to this, she served in an adjunct role in various Cedarville clinical courses for seven years. Her nursing experience includes employment in several states caring for medical, cardiac, intensive care, ambulatory, and emergency patients in various hospital settings. More recently, she has been serving at a local primary care office in a surrounding community.
Education and Credentials
M.S.N., Nurse Educator, Liberty University
B.S.N., Cedarville University
Using Simulation in the Classroom (Kristine H. Kidder) School of Nursing - Faculty Development (2018)
Nursing Roles Today (Kristine H. Kidder) Community Health and Wellness Partners of Logan County - Staff Nurse Presentation (2017)
Why I'm at Cedarville: Cedarville has greatly impacted my own life, as I learned to use nursing as a ministry for Christ as a student here. It is my desire to nurture this spirit of Christian ministry in each student, using God's Word as a foundation to promote godly living and critical thinking. I consider it a privilege to impact future generations of nurses.