Skip to main content

K. Bridget Marshall earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree from the University of Utah in 2012. Prior to obtaining her doctoral degree, she practiced as a master’s prepared pediatric nurse practitioner (PNP) certified in primary care for almost 16 years. Her clinical experience has been in public health, private practice and on an Indian reservation where she was a primary care provider in the women’s and children’s clinic. Marshall brings many years of clinical experience to the teaching arena. She was responsible for developing the pediatric component of the master’s to DNP curriculum for family nurse practitioners. In addition to primary care, She has special interests in the prevention and treatment of childhood obesity, and increasing services to children and families in rural and underserved areas. She participates on the Graduate Curriculum Committee and in interprofessional education (IPE) at CMU. In addition to service and teaching, Marshall oversees the Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCE's) and Telehealth opportunities for graduate nursing students. For recent presentations, selected works and examples of scholarship, please see her C.V.

Marshall's teaching philosophy is to use multiple modalities to engage students' different learning styles. She employs case studies for real-life examples when appropriate. Marshall believes that learning is a shared environment that begins with each student’s own experiences in combination with didactic content for the goal of student growth.

K. Bridget Marshall's Curriculum Vitae