Kellie Bryant , DNP, WHNP
Dr. Bryant is currently the Director of Simulation Learning at NYU College of Nursing where she oversees the day to day operations of NYU College fo Nursing Clinical Simulation Learning Center (CSLC). The CSLC conducts over 75 simulation sessions a week for both the undergraduate and graduate program serving close to 1,000 students each week. Her role is to assist faculty in the development, implementation, and integration of simulation activities for undergraduate and graduate nursing students. Since her appointment at NYU, she has implemented simulation in all clinical undergraduate clinical courses including med-surg, maternity, pediatrics, community, and psychiatric nursing as well as the graduate midwifery, Acute NP, and Primary Care NP programs. She is also responsible for simulation training of all faculty teaching simulation clinicals.
Dr. Bryant has over 11 years of teaching experience and 10 years experience as a Perinatal/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner.
Dr. Bryant has done presentations and has published articles and a book chapter in the area simulation and teenage pregnancy. She is currently a key personnel on 2 HRSA grants that focus on increasing use of simulation in the classroom setting and incorporating oral and systemic health to Nurse Practitioner students through simulation.
Dr. Bryant received her Associate degree in nursing from Hudson Valley Community College. She then continued her education at SUNY Stony Brook where she received her Bachelor and Masters Degree. In 2006 Dr. Bryant completed her Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) from Case Western Reserve University. She has received her certificate in simulation from Drexel University.