Emma Shotton is an assistant professor and joined the faculty at the College in 2014. Her primary area of clinical practice has been in pulmonary and medical-surgical acute care beginning when she started her nursing career in 1996 at Saint Luke’s Health System.
She is a co-investigator in a faculty research team exploring ACEs scores, depression, anxiety and stress among nursing students. She has also participated in research investigating the use of incentive spirometers with pneumonia patients. She was a co-author publishing this research in the MEDSURG Nursing Journal. She has had the opportunity to present at local and regional conferences on a variety of nursing topics.
Shotton received the Isabel Curdy Teaching Excellence Award in May 2016 from Saint Luke’s College, is a member of the American Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses, the National League for Nursing, and the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.
Student Government Association, Faculty Advisor
Curriculum Committee, Vice-Chair
BSN – Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences, 1997
MSN – Nursing Education University of Central Missouri, 2013
Registered Nurse – Missouri – Missouri Division of Professional Registration, Current
Registered Nurse – Kansas – Kansas Division of Professional Registration, Current
Certified Medical Surgical Registered Nurse (CMSRN)- American Nurses Credentialing Center, 2006