Kathleen Mammen, MSN
Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing
Kathleen Mammen, MSN, FNP-BC, is Assistant Clinical Professor at Graceland University School of Nursing. She has been a part of Graceland’s faculty for over 10 years. Mrs. Mammen helps prepare future FNP students to be safe prescribers by emphasizing critical thinking and the use of national practice guidelines and evidence-based practice in her Pharmacotherapeutics course. Lifelong learning is a constant ambition of Ms. Mammen’s, as pharmacology is ever changing. She also helps nurture future nurse practitioners from a clinical aspect by instructing in the Pediatric Advance Nurse Practitioner Practicum and teaching face to face in Advance Practice Competency lab.
Mrs. Mammen holds a Master of Science in Nursing. She is a Family Nurse Practitioner with over 15 years of experience working in family practice and has worked in the specialty areas of HIV/AIDS and nephrology.
Mrs. Mammen loves to be outside as much as possible and enjoys many types of physical activities. She is a triathlete and participates annually in the Ride for Multiple Sclerosis. Being from the East Coast, Mrs. Mammen loves the beach and ocean. She also has a spirited passion for travel.