Dr. Conklin is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Undergraduate Department. In addition to being a nurse educator, she is a Family Nurse Practitioner with board certification through the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Her advanced practice work has been in college health, occupational health and family medicine with a focus on primary care. She has had the privilege of working with vulnerable populations including the developmentally disabled and the medically underserved. Dr. Conklin's nursing experience includes critical care, post-acute care, and skilled nursing in the community. Her varied background provides a broad array of skills and experiences.
Dr. Conklin loves working with the students in the College of Nursing. She is dedicated to our mission of preparing excellent nurse leaders.
- DNP, Seton Hall University
- MS Nursing, Columbia University
- BSN, Seton Hall University
Conklin, T. M. (2020). Addressing alcohol misuse in primary care. Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, 32(8), 583–588. https://doi.org/10.1097/JXX.0000000000000259
2020 – Seton Hall University College of Nursing - Teacher of the Year
2015 - AAAHC - Kershner Innovations in Quality Improvement - Primary care
2006 - Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation - Nursing Excellence
Certified Instructor – Mental Health First Aid-USA
Scholarly Project: Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention in a University Health Service
Presented at the AAAHC (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care) annual conference.
ACHA Poster Presentation
MACHA Podium Presentation
Sigma Theta Tau - International Honor Society of Nursing