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Linda Ketchum, BSN, MSN

Linda Ketchum, BSN, MSN

Lives in  Colorado United States ·
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August 14, 2020
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Nursing Title
Nurse Educator
Job Title
Online Academic Advisor
Current Nursing Specialization
OB, Labor and Delivery, NICU
Work Name (Hospital, Practice, Clinic, etc...)
Denver College of Nursing
Hospital Affiliation
Morton Plant Hospital
What Do You Attribute Your Success To?
Other nurses that mentored her and encouraged her. She now in turn helps younger nurses to succeed. She works with students from all over the country in her position as an online academic advisor
University - Associate's
St. Petersburg College
Associate's Degree In
ASN
Grad Date - Associate's Degree
1982
University - Bachelor's
St. Petersburg College
Bachelor's Degree In
BSN
Grad Date - Bachelor's Degree
2006
University - Master's
American Sentinel University
Master's Degree In
MSN
Grad Date - Master's Degree
2015
More About Me
Linda Ketchum, BSN, MSN is a nurse educator who holds the position of online academic advisor for the Denver College of Nursing.  Back in 1980, Linda attended St. Petersburg College, located in Florida, and graduated with her Associate’s of Science in Nursing (ASN) degree two years later.  After some time, she decided to further her education, and in 2006, earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree from the same educational venue.  Just a few years later, Linda made the decision to enroll at American Sentinel University, and in 2015, graduated with her Master’s of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree.  As an online academic advisor, Linda has the unique opportunity to be able to work with students from all over the country.  In addition to her position with the Denver College of Nursing, Linda is also a perinatal educator at Morton Plant Hospital, located in Clearwater, Florida.  Nurse educators are responsible for designing, evaluating, updating, and implementing new and current nursing education curriculum. These educational professionals act as both advisors and role models for the students, assisting them in their journeys toward becoming successful licensed registered nurses.