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University of Colorado College of Nursing

College of Nursing
 

Marylou V. Robinson, RN, PhD, CCRN, FNP

Assistant Professor


marylou.robinson@ucdenver.edu

Dr. Robinson joined academia after retiring from the Army Nurse Corps. She has lived around the world, among many cultural groups. Her adult-health focus includes trauma and critical care emphases. She has been honored as one of only 30 RNs to have maintained critical care certification (CCRN) for over 30 years. As a National Ski Patroller, Dr. Robinson has blended her love of snow sports and critical care expertise with her research interests, focusing on projects to decrease trauma on the ski slopes. She is also certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner. In 2008, Dr. Robinson established the Douglas County Employee Clinic in Castle Rock; she is the sole provider and graduate-student preceptor at the clinic.

Degree Awarding Institution Field of Study Graduation Date
PhD Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR Nursing of Families and Individuals 2006
MSN The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC Medical-Surgical CNS and Nursing Education 1981
BSN University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD MD Nursing 1974
Title
Organization Year
Finalist for Colorado Nightingale Award   2009
National Appointment # 8261 National Ski Patrol System 1999
Most Outstanding Auxiliary Ski Patroller NW region 1997
Bronze Star United States Army Combat Operations Desert Storm 1991
  1. Unhasuta, K., Robinson, M., & Magilvy, K. (In Press, 2009) Research plan for developing trauma core competencies for nurses in Thailand International Emergency Journal
  2. Sakraida, T. & Robinson, M. (2009) Health literacy self-management by patients with type 2 diabetes and stage 3 chronic kidney disease Western Journal of Nursing. 31(5), 627-647.
  3. Current Research
  4. PI, Risk Taking in Snow Sports: A Mixed Method Inquiry into a Link with Helmet Wear, Smith Dissertation Research Grant from the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Foundation (6/2005-6/2006) and unrestricted research grant Sigma Theta Tau (2006)