Lisa A Bagnall PhD, RN, CNL
Clinical Assistant Professor
About Lisa A Bagnall
Dr. Bagnall currently teaches in the undergraduate B.S.N. program. She has also taught undergraduate and graduate level courses in the former C.N.L. program.
Dr. Bagnall’s research focuses on caring in nursing. Her dissertation used a quantitative approach to assess internal caring attributes in nursing students. Results of her study were used to support the holistic admission criteria in the College of Nursing.
Dr. Bagnall mentors new non-traditional nursing students who return to attain higher education in nursing. She serves as a mentor/alumni for graduate students at the University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies. Dr. Bagnall also mentors EMBRACE and DNP students at the UF College of Nursing.
Dr. Bagnall’s areas of expertise are in critical care and emergency nursing. She is a certified clinical nurse leader.