Corrine Floyd received her Associate Degree of Nursing from Columbia College and is a licensed Registered Nurse. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing, in Nursing Education from University of Central Missouri. She is enrolled in her second year of the Ph.D. in Nursing program from the University of Missouri, St. Louis College of Nursing.
Corrine has experience in medical surgical specialties, as a public district nurse, acute care and as a float nurse working in an array of modalities. She is currently researching moral distress and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in registered nurses working in intensive care units and emergency departments.
Corrine came home to Columbia College as an alumnus working as a Senior Clinical Instructor and is now lead faculty for NURS 301: Medical Surgical Nursing I and NURS 302: Medical Surgical Nursing II. She utilizes the CCNN (Columbia College Nursing Network) providing lectures and interaction between Columbia and Lake of the Ozark campus’. She also manages and organizes clinical scheduling for the hospital clinical sites, mentor’s clinical instructors and supervises students in simulation lab utilizing SimMan patient scenarios and debriefing techniques.
Corrine received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Columbia College in 2016.
Courses Corrine teaches at Columbia College:
- Medical Surgical Nursing I (NURS 301)
- Medical Surgical Nursing II (NURS 302)
- Fundamentals of Nursing (NURS 210)
Contact Corrine Floyd
Office Location: FED 205
Phone Number: (573) 875-4458