skip to main content

Brian Holland, Ph.D., RN

Brian Holland, Ph.D., RN

Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Studies

Assistant Professor

College of Nursing
1359 TAMU
8447 Riverside Pkwy
Bryan, TX   77807-1359

Phone: 979-436-0141
Fax: 979-436-0098

Education and Training

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Texas at Arlington, 2014

Master of Science, Nursing, Lubbock Christian University, 2008

Bachelor of Science, Nursing, Columbus State University, 1995

Research Interests

  • The use of innovative pedagogy in nursing simulation
  • The use of advance technologies to improve student learning outcomes in nursing simulation

Selected Publications

  • Holland, B., Mountain, A., & Gosselin, K. (2017). The effect of autogenic training on self-efficacy, anxiety, and performance on nursing student simulation. Nursing Education Perspectives, 38(2).
  • Gosselin, K. P., Holland, B., Mulcahy, A., Williamson, S., & Widacki, A. (2016). Music for anxiety reduction and performance enhancement in nursing simulation. Clinical Simulation in Nursing,12(1)
  • Holland, B., Landry, K., Mountain, A., Middlebrooks, M.A., Heim, D., & Missildine, K. (2013). Weaving the tapestry of learning: Simulation, standardized patients, and virtual communities. Nurse Educator, 38 (6), 269-272. doi:10.1097/01.NNE.0000435265.5361.06
  • Holland, B. E., Gray, J., & Pierce, T. G. (2011). The client experience model: Synthesis and application to African Americans with multiple sclerosis. Journal of Theory Construction & Testing, 15(2), 36-40. Retrieved from:
  • Holland, B.E. (2010). Appraisal exercise. In Understanding Nursing Research: Building an evidence-based practice (5th ed.) (Chapter 12). Available from

Specialty Training/Board Certifications

  • Certified Critical Care Nurse
  • Certified Emergency Nurse
  • Licensed Paramedic
Last edited by: oswald 09/19/2017

Facebook Twitter RSS College of Nursing YouTube