Thompson, Donna M.
Case Western Reserve University
Donna M. Thompson, DNP, RN, AGCNS, CCRN, CHSE, CNE, is an instructor at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University, where she teaches didactic, clinicals and labs in the school’s pre-licensure programs. She is board-certified as an Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist and practices clinically as a bedside RN. In addition,
Thompson maintains certifications as a Critical Care Registered Nurse, Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator and as a Nurse Educator. Dr. Thompson received her nursing diploma from Fairview General Hospital School of Nursing, a Bachelor of Science degree from Bowling Green University, a Master of Science in Nursing degree from Kent State University, a Post Masters Certificate for Nurse Educator and a Doctor of Nurse Practice degree in the education track from Case Western Reserve University. Throughout her career, Thompson has developed multiple simulations for various courses and is a resource for the faculty in simulation. Her publications and research interests relate to simulation and critical care. She has also been a program instructor at the Cleveland Clinic, taught American Heart Association courses, including ACLS, BLS, PALS, and was a facilitator for the Mock Code In-Situ program. Thompson has been an academic advisor for six years and been an active member in the Master of Nursing Admission Committee.