Karen Damron, Ph.D., RN

Dean of College of Nursing and Human Services

  • Office: CTC, Office 212
  • Telephone: (606) 218-5755
  • E-mail: KDamron@upike.edu

Nursing 200 – Pharmacology in Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing -University of Texas at El Paso, Dec 1983
Master of Science in Nursing – Bellarmine University; Louisville, KY, Aug 2003
Doctor of Philosophy, Nursing – University of Kentucky; Lexington, KY, May 2016

  1. Gulley, T., Damron, K., and Simpson, M. (2019). Creating a virtual evidence room for RN-BSN program accreditation. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 14(3), 157-159. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.teln.2019.02.002
  2. Oral Presentation: “Making Pharmacology Fun and Memorable: The Pharmacology Coffeehouse”, Appalachian College Association 2018 Summit, Kingsport, Tennessee
  3. Damron, K. (2017). Review of the relationships among psychosocial stress, secondhand smoke, and perinatal smoking. JOGNN, 46(3), 325-333. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jogn.2017.01.012
  4. Oral Presentation: “The Impact of Everyday Stress and Secondhand Smoke Exposure on Smoking Status in Pregnancy”, KYCOM Research Day, Feb 2017, University of Pikeville; Pikeville, Kentucky.
  5. Co-Author, Poster Presentation: Morris, C., Adegboyega, A., Damron, K., and Hardin-Fanning, F. “Providers Perceptions of Meaningful Use Mandates”, presented by C. Morris at SNRS 2015 Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida.