Constance Creech, EdD, MSN, RN, ANP-BC
Dr. Creech is a Professor of Nursing and Director of Nursing Graduate Programs in the School of Nursing. She has an MSN in Nursing and an EdD in Curriculum and Instruction from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. She is a board certified Adult Nurse Practitioner with a practice in a workplace wellness program. Dr. Creech has been on faculty in the School of Nursing at the University of Michigan-Flint for over 20 years.
Dr. Creech is the faculty for the Nursing Education course (NUR 870) in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program. She teaches and chairs DNP student research projects (NUR 903). Dr. Creech also teaches clinical skills practicums during student residency.
RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP
The primary focus of Dr. Creech's research is educational research examining all aspects of student learning and faculty teaching. She also researches clinical practice improvement topics jointly with DNP students. Her interests include health promotion, patient satisfaction, and chronic pain. Dr Creech has been awarded over 8 million dollars in education and training HRSA grants in the last 10 years.
Dr. Creech serves on the Graduate Nursing Program Committee, Curriculum Committee, Student Affairs Committee, and Program Evaluation Committee. She also serves on the School of Nursing Governing Faculty Committee and Executive committee. Dr. Creech serves on the Institutional Review Board and the Chancellors Advisory Committee for Budget and Strategic Planning at the university level. In the community, Dr. Creech is a member of the Genesee Health Plan Quality Assurance Committee and the Genesee County Health Department Women's Health Advisory Group.