Professor of Nursing
Montgomery College of Nursing
Geetha Kada is a Professor of Nursing at Montgomery College of Nursing and adjunct online nursing faculty at Stevenson University, Maryland, USA. She is carrying an experience of 18 years teaching for different levels of students’ namely Associate degree nursing students, Post-basic degree nursing students, Baccalaureate and Master’s nursing students with experience teaching traditional, hybrid and online nursing learners. She got her PhD in Nursing Education from the Capella University, Minnesota, USA. She chairs the simulation committee at the college and is an active member of the National League for Nurses (NLN). Also, she holds active certification in BLS (Basic Life Support) and ACLS (Advance Cardiac Life Support). She has published her PhD study on Pro Quest and did a poster presentation of the study at the Catholic University, DC, USA. Besides, in 2015 along with her Medical-Surgical Nursing course team, she worked on the use of unfolding multiple patient simulations in a senior medical-surgical nursing course and the same was presented at the MAADND conference, MD, USA. She is currently working on the Western Maryland Faculty Academy Grant; a collaborative effort among the departments of nursing to prepare experienced BSN and MSN-prepared registered nurses for new roles as part-time clinical nursing faculty.