Kathleen Sandman
Kathleen SandmanAssistant Professor of Nursing
DNP, Mount St. Joseph University
MSN, Northern Kentucky University
BSN, Gwynedd-Mercy University

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Mercy Hall 307 | 207-893-7972 | ksandman@sjcme.edu

Kathleen Sandman boasts 38 years of pediatric nursing experience. She experience includes staff RN in NICU, PICU, Transport Team and ED at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), as well as director of Transport Team, interim director of NICU, nursing educator for outpatient clinics at CHOP, Education Specialist for ED at CCHMC. She is a clinical nursing instructor for undergraduate and graduate students at SJC.

Sandman is married, with three grown children, a dog, a cat, and a horse. Alongside her husband, who is a professor in economics and business, she enjoys gardening and horseback riding during her spare time.


Member of Omicron Chi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau society

Member, Society of Pediatric Nursing


2015, June, poster presentation at Association for the Nursing Professional Development National Conference in Denver, Colorado. “Interprofessional Education: Teaching Teamwork and Collaboration Skills to Nursing and Medical Students.”

2012, “You Say You Want a Revolution in Nursing Education?” Association for Nursing Professional Development national conference in Boston, Massachusetts.

2011, September, presented “The Making of a Portfolio” at 2011 Regional Health Care Educators Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio.

2010, July, presented physical assessment section for hospital-based Pediatric Certification Review course.

2006, October, presented breakout lecture on Laryngotracheal trauma to the Air Medical Transport Conference in Phoenix, Arizona.

2005, September, “Small and Sweet: Pediatric DKA,” Wings, Wheels & Rotors, Vol. 22, Issue 3.

Pedogogical Methods

Developed interactive Pediatric Safety Jeopardy Game for students at Xavier University in Cincinnati Ohio.

Developed new simulation program to teach interprofessional education and cooperation to fourth-year nursing and medical students at University of Cincinnati.