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LeRoy A. Marklund, DNP, RN

LeRoy A. Marklund, DNP, RN

Clinical Assistant Professor

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

Phone: 979-436-0142
Fax: 979-436-0098

Education and Training

Doctorate of Nursing Practice, University of Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama, 2015

Master of Arts in Administrative Leadership, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, 2012

Master of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 2010

Post Master Certificate in Nursing Education, State University of New York, Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, New York, 2005

Master of Science in Nursing, University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland, 2000

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, California State University, Fresno, California, 1993

National Service/Recognition

  • American Association of Critical Care Nurses
  • Emergency Nurses Association
  • National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians
  • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Nu Chapter & Mu Nu Chapter)
  • Golden Key International Honour Society
  • Transitioned U.S. Army Soldier for Life, 1988-2018

Research Interests

  • Inter-professional Teamwork and Collaboration
  • Evidenced Based Nursing Education
  • Teaching Strategies
  • Military Medicine
  • Biomedical Engineering

Teaching Interests

  • Clinical Leadership & Multidisciplinary Collaboration
  • Emergency, Trauma & Critical Care Nursing
  • Pathophysiology
  • Inter and Intra Health Care Facility Patient Transport
  • Rural and Urban All Hazards Disaster Management

Recent Publications

  • Marklund, L. (March 11-13, 2015).  Do TeamSTEPPS Trained Nurse Case Managers Make a Difference in Patient Satisfaction Scores for a Warrior Transition Battalion?  University of Alabama at Birmingham, AL:  Joint DNP Intensive, Leading Healthcare System Change and Improving Processes – the DNP Value proposition.

  • Marklund, L., Graham, A., Morton, P., Hurst, C., Motola, I., Robinson, D., Kelley, V., Elenberg, K., Russler, M., Boehm, D., Higgins, D., McAndrew, P., Williamson, H., Atwood, R., Huebner, K., Brotons, A., Miller, G., Rimpel, L., Harris, L., Santiago, M., & Cantrell, L. (2010).  Collaboration between civilian and military healthcare professionals: a better way for planning, preparing, and responding to all hazard domestic events.  Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 25(5); 399-412.

  • Correia, S. & Marklund, L.  (2010).  Disaster Mass Casualty Incidents.  In M. Lovelace & R. Mayberry (Eds.), Transport Nurse Advanced Trauma Provider Course (5th ed.), pp. 13-1 to 13-14. Greenwood Village, CO:  Air & Surface Transport Nurses Association.

  • Marklund, L., (June 30, 2009).  Patient transport in 2039.  The AMEDD Futures 2039 Project:  Phase Two Final Report; 205-207.  Alexandria, VA:  Institute for Alternative Futures.

  • Smith, P., Anderson, A., Christopher, G., Cieslak, T., Devreede, G., Fosdick, G., Greiner, C., Hauser, J., Hinrichs, S., Huebner, K., Iwen, P., Jourdan, D., Kortepeter, M., Landon, V., Lenaghan, P., Leopold, R., Marklund, L., Martin, J., Medcalf, S., Mussuack, R., Neal, R., Ribner, B., Richmond, J., Rogge, C., Roselle, G., Rupp, M., Sambol, A., Schaefer, J., Sibley, J., Streifel, A., Von Essen, S., & Warfield,.  (2006). Designing a biocontainment unit to care for patients with serious communicable diseases:  A consensus statement.  Biosecurity and Bioterrorism Strategy, Practice, and Science, 4; 351-365.

  • Marklund, L.  (2003). Patient care in a biological safety level-4 (BSL-4) environment. Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America, 15; 245-255.
Last edited by: krhoades 09/18/2019

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