Lorena Paul


Assistant Professor

Office: Nursing Building #227
E-mail: ldpaul@uiwtx.edu
Phone: (210) 832-2151

  • DNP, University of Massachusetts
  • MEd, University of Southern Mississippi Harrisburg
  • MSN, Walden University
  • BSN, Arizona State University
  • July 2018 - Present: Assistant Professor, University of the Incarnate Word
    • Co-facilitated Partners in Care: RN's for Tomorrow grant funded project. Co-instructed BSN introduction to professional nursing leadership and clinical team leader for Community Health Practicum. 
  • January 2012 - July 2018: Adjunct Faculty, University of the Incarnate Word
    • Co-instructed BSN inpatient obstetrics, community health and health promotions practicum experiences, and ADCAP RN to BSN Community Health Nursing Didactic and clinical courses. 
  • Community Health Practicum
  • Community Health Theory, RN to BSN
  • Health Promotions and Disease Prevention
  • Introduction to Nursing Leadership
  • Maternal Child Health Clinical Instructor
  • Advanced care planning
  • Applications of innovative teaching, learning strategies and service learning
  • Applications of simulated interprofessional learning activities 
  • American Academy of Ambulatory Nursing - Veterans Affairs Special Interest Group
  • American Nurses Association
  • International Nurses Association
  • National League for Nursing 
  • Nurse Service Organization
  • Texas Nurse Association
  • Texas Public Health Association
  • Sigma Theta Tau International 
  • 2016 Outstanding Community Partner, Ward Elementary School
  • 2013 Outstanding Educational Materials Project, Texas Public Health Association Annual Education Conference
  • 2012 - 2013 Community Emergency Response Team of the Year, Alamo Area Citizen Corps
  • 2012 Medical Reserve Corps Member of the Year 
  • Paul, L. (2018). Critical Choices Conversation Pilot Project. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.umass.edu/nursing_dnp_capstone/138/
  • Wilson, W., Rago, F., Gervais, B., Coleman, K., Paul, L., Paul, S. (2016). Emergency Preparedness in Bexar county 2014-2015: Report on results of San Antonio Metro Statistical Area Emergency Preparedness Survey.

American Nurses Credentialing Center Ambulatory Care Nursing