Kimberly Mantlow, MBA, MSN, RN
Kimberly Mantlow, MBA, MSN, RNAssistant Professor, Program Coordinator, Undergraduate Nursing
MSN, University of Southern Maine
MBA, University of Southern Maine
BSN, Saint Joseph’s College of Maine

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Professor Mantlow’s background is as a medical surgical nurse specializing in geriatrics and end of life care. She earned her BSN from Saint Joseph’s College and both her master’s in nursing and master’s in business administration from the University of Southern Maine. Professor Mantlow is currently a doctoral student at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Graduate School of Nursing pursuing a PhD in Nursing. She returned to campus in 2009 as an assistant professor of nursing. While here, she has served in a variety of roles including Simulation Lab Coordinator and most recently Program Coordinator for the Undergraduate Nursing Program. She is a member of the Kappa Zeta chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, the honor society for nursing and the American Nurses Association. Outside of work, she enjoys cooking and spending time with her family and friends.

Abstracts and Presentations

2019, “The efficacy of a Student Intervention Team (SIT) integrated with Virtual ATI. “ McGuire, A., & Mantlow, K., Poster Presentation at the 2019 National Nurse Educator Summit, Savannah, GA.

2014, “Simulation in Nursing Education” at Kappa Zeta at Large meeting in Standish, Maine.

2013, “Cardiovascular System Anatomy” at the Maine Health and Information Management Association Spring Conference.

2012, “Anatomy of the Knee” at the Maine Health and Information Management Association Fall Conference.

2012, “Anatomy of the Shoulder” at the Maine Health and Information Management Association Fall Conference.

2011, “Incorporating SMART Board Technology to Support Reflection and Learning when Debriefing after Simulation Scenarios” at the 19th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators Transformation of Nursing Education and Practice: Beyond the Horizon.


Item contribution for the following chapters: Cardiology, Endocrine, Renal and Musculoskeletal in “NCLEX-RN Review: Keeping it Real! Simplified” an NCLEX review book by Sylvia Rayfield & Associates, Inc. 2013.

Martin, S. & Clement, K. (2015). Grantsmanship in home health care. Handbook of home health care administration – sixth edition. Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett Learning LLC.