About Anne C Dillard
Dr. Dillard is a clinical assistant professor with primary teaching responsibilities that support undergraduate nursing students in didactic and clinical learning. Her focus is adult health, pathophysiology and pharmacology. Dr. Dillard’s teaching background also includes clinical education in women’s health and innovative teaching and learning strategies useful in medical simulation education.
Dr. Dillard’s areas of interest include developing mentoring and communication strategies during nursing preceptorship programs that improve resilience, improving digital literacy and competency in nursing students, mapping acute care decisional algorithms and translating evidence based practice methodologies.
Dr. Dillard’s service to nursing includes board membership as chapter counselor for Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. She has also volunteered on many community service projects including hurricane/tornado relief as a nurse with the Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity and other charitable organization.
As a board certified Adult Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist, her acute care background includes obstetrics, the emergency room and adult intensive care.