Andrew Bayne, DNP, MSN, RN, CCRN
Assistant Professor Andrew Bayne joined the faculty in fall 2018. Dr. Bayne’s teaching expertise is in the field of critical care nursing and he has been teaching the clinical component to this nursing specialty since 2010. Other teaching areas include adult health and fundamentals nursing. Dr. Bayne also provides education in the simulated environment with a specialization in cardiopulmonary arrest and multiple patient simulation.
Dr. Bayne’s research interests include rapid management of patients with a declining medical or physiological condition. He is also interested in helping staff nurses identify patients with the declining conditions and in examining health care disparities for the LGBT and transgender patient population in understanding the lived experience of the LGBT and transgender nursing students.
APE Committee Secretary
Summer Classes Taskforce
ASP Post Planning Committee
DNP – Advanced Healthcare Leadership, Regis University, 2014
MSN – University of Central Missouri, 2011
BSN – Central Missouri State University, 1996
Registered Nurse – Missouri Division of Professional Registration, Current
Registered Nurse – Kansas Division of Professional Registration, Current
CCRN – Adult certification in the care of acute/critical care patients, 2021
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), 2019
Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS), 2019