Marian Condon, D.Ed., RN, CNE
Professor of Nursing
- BS, Syracuse University (1971)
- MSN, University of Pennsylvania (1982)
- DEd, Penn State University at Harrisburg (1994)
- Registered Nurse
- Certified Nurse Educator
- Women’s Health
- Human Development and Health Care
- Transitional Concepts for Registered Nurses
- Complementary and Alternative Therapies in Nursing and Healthcare
- Health Promotion and Illness Prevention in Diverse Populations
(MS in Nursing)
- Teaching and learning
- Failure on NCLEX and other high-stakes nursing examinations
- Excellence in Nursing Education Award, Eta Eta Chapter of Honor Society of Nursing Sigma Theta Tau International, 2003
- Textbook: Condon, M. & March, K. (2011). NCLEX high-risk: the disaster-prevention manual for nurses absolutely determined to pass. Sudbury, MA: Jones-Bartlett.
- Chapter in textbook: Condon, M. (2008). Women’s care: social issues. In M.R. Davidson, M.L. London, & P.W. Ladewig, (Eds.) Olds’ maternal-newborn nursing and women’s health across the lifespan (8th Ed.), pp. 157-177. Upper Saddle River N.J.: Prentice Hall Health.
- Chapter in textbook: Condon, M. (2008). Supplemental information about fibroid tumors, breast cancer and gynecological cancers. [Online supplement]. In M.R. Davidson, M.L. London, & P.W. Ladewig, (Eds.) Olds’ Maternal-newborn nursing and women’s health across the lifespan (8th Ed.). Upper Saddle River N.J.: Prentice Hall Health.
- Condon, M. (2009). Geezers, whippersnappers and those darn kids: celebrating generational differences in Eta Eta. Keynote presentation at the induction ceremony of Eta Eta Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau in York, PA.
- Condon, M. (2008). Hope, progress, survival. A paper presented at the annual Women’s Breast Care Conference sponsored by York Hospital and Wellspan.
- Condon, M. & Mortimer, M. (2008). Geezers, whippersnappers and those darn kids: promoting intergenerational harmony in nursing (2008). Paper presented at a meeting of Lambda Kappa Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau, at Messiah College.
- Condon, M. (2007). How to get students to do more talking than you do. Paper presented at the National League for Nursing’s Educational Summit Evolution or Revolution: Recreating Nursing Education, in Phoenix, AZ.
- Condon, M. (2007). Student perceptions of a student-centered course. Poster presentation at the Eta Eta Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Research Day.