Dr. Jodi Berndt
Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing
firstname.lastname@example.org Office: Main 436 Phone: 320-363-5189
PhD in Education with Specialization in Nursing Education from Capella University, 2013
MSN in Nursing Education from Walden University, 2010
BS in Nursing from the College of Saint Benedict, 1998
Areas of Expertise
• Adult Critical Care
• Adult Medical/Oncology
• Nursing Education
• St. Cloud Hospital, Intensive Care
• St. Cloud Hospital, Critical Care Float Pool
• St. Cloud Hospital, Medical/Oncology
My research interests include the use innovative pedagogies to engage learners and clinical teaching effectiveness.
Berndt, J. (Accepted for publication, awaiting print). Using a "Flipped Classroom" Model to Engage Learners. Nursing Education Perspectives.
Berndt, J. Test Writer in Makic, M., Rauen, C., Watson, R, & Poteet, A. (2014). Examining the Evidence to Guide Practice: Challenging Practice Habits. Critical Care Nurse, 34(2), 28-45. doi: 10.4037 /ccn2014262
Berndt, J. Test Writer in Busse, M., Stromgren, K., Thorngate, L. & Thomas, K. (2013). Parents' Responses to Stress in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Critical Care Nurse, 33(4), 52-60. doi: 4037/ccn2013715
Berndt, J. Test Writer in Bishop, S., Walker, M., & Spivak, M. (2013). Family Presence in the Adult Burn Intensive Care Unit During Dressing Changes. Critical Care Nurse, 33(1), 14-24. doi: 10.4037/ccn2013116
Berndt, J. Test Writer in Rauen, C. (2012). Beyond the bloody mess: Hematologic assessment. Critical Care Nurse, 32(5), 2-5. doi: 10.4037/ccn2012596
Berndt, J. (2008). Fundamentals: Basic Care and Comfort; Management of Care: Communication. In Ohman's NCLEX- RN®Mastery: An Evidence-Based Q & A Review. Philadelphia. F.A. Davis Company.