Connie Miller, RN, PhD
Director of LRC, Omaha Division
University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC)
College of Nursing - Adult Health and Illness Department 985330 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-5330
Office: (402) 559-2208
Dr. Miller received her bachelor's degree in nursing from Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS; and her master's and doctoral degrees in nursing from UNMC, Omaha, NE. She has extensive experience in adult critical care, having cared for patients in coronary, surgical, and medical intensive care units. She has also served as educational coordinator for critical care staff.
Dr. Miller has taught at all levels of undergraduate nursing education and has worked with both traditional and accelerated BSN students. She currently teaches in NU 450--Family Centered Care of Clients with Acute Complex Problems, where she primarily teaches cardiovascular content. She also teaches in NU 859—Teaching and Learning Strategies. As Director of the LRC, Dr. Miller is involved in simulation and developing learner-centered teaching strategies for clinical practice.
Dr. Miller's research area of interest is learning outcomes of simulation, including interprofessional simulation, integrating quality and safety concepts into nursing education, and learning outcomes of learner-centered teaching strategies for clinical practice.