Dr. Elmira Turdalieva
Title
Faculty


location
BHCC 135

Office Hours:

Office Hours-Fall 2022

Dr. Elmira Turdalieva

Email: elmira.turdalieva@nhcc.edu

Office: BHCC 135

 

Office hours are subject to change. Appointments recommended and available at other times if needed.

Please email me if you have any questions or would like to make a Zoom appointment.

 

 

Week

 

Monday

 

Tuesday

 

Wednesday

 

Thursday

 

Friday

Week 1

 

8/22- 8/26

On campus 1530-1600

 

 

 

1100-1530 via zoom by appointment

 

Week 2

 

8/29-9/2

 

 

On campus

1230-1300

 

 

1100-1530 via zoom by appointment

 

 

Week 3

 

9/5-9/9

Holiday

 

 

 

 On campus 1230-1300

1000-1430 via zoom by appointment

Week 4

 

9/12-9/16

On campus

1230-1300

Faculty Duty Day

APR Day

 

 

 

1200-1600

via zoom by appointment

 

Week 5

 

9/19-9/23

On campus

1230-1300

 

 

 

1200-1630

via zoom by appointment

 

Week 6

 

9/26-9/30

On campus

1230-1300

 

 

 

1100-1530 via zoom by appointment

 

Week 7

 

10/03-10/07

On campus

1230-1300

1030-1400

via zoom by appointment

 

 

 

 

Week 8

 

10/10-10/14

 

 

1100-1530

via zoom by appointment

 

On campus

1230-1300

Week 9

 

10/17-10/21

 

On TCU

1230-1330

1700-1800

EPD

 

MEA

 

1100-1400 via zoom by appointment

 

Week 10

 

10/24-10/28

 

1400-1630

1400-1630

 

 

Week 11

 

10/31-11/04

On campus

1230-1300

Pathways/Student Success for faculty

1000-1430 via zoom by appointment

 

 

 

 

Week 12

 

11/07-11/11

 

1400-1630

1400-1630

 

 

Week 13

 

11/14-11/18

 

1400-1630

1400-1630

 

 

Week 14

 

11/21-11/25

 

1100-1600 via zoom by appointment

 

Duty Day

(no class)

Holiday

Holiday

Education

  • CERT, Minneapolis Community & Technical Colleg
  • MN, University Of Minnesota Twin Cities
  • DNP, University Of Minnesota Twin Cities

Your name with educational credentials including where you earned any degrees:

Dr. Elmira Turdalieva, DNP, RN, CNS-BC.

I earned my Masters in Nursing and Doctorate in Nursing Practice from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

Your nursing background or areas of clinical expertise:

I worked as a research assistant at the University of Minnesota, School of Nursing. 

Clinical Experience: Cardiovascular Acute Unit at the University of Minnesota Medical Center, MHealth.

Why did you choose to teach nursing?

I like to share my nursing knowledge with nursing students in order to strengthen their skills. I believe that when my nursing students become RNs, they will make a significant impact in the healthcare and contribute to excellent patient care outcomes.

What are some ways you help our diverse students to succeed in the nursing program?

My teaching philosophy is to learn about every student, individually, which includes their background and learning abilities, so that I can provide them with the best guidance to help them succeed in our program.

 

 

 

 

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