Peggy Flannigan, Ph.D., Bradley University

Peggy Flannigan, Bradley University
Peggy Flannigan, Ph.D., Bradley University
Associate Chair & Associate Professor of Nursing

Dr. Peggy Flannigan teaches Legal and Ethical Issues in Nursing. She has also taught courses in Nursing Research and Nursing Education to graduate students. In addition, she has guided multiple graduate student research projects. At the undergraduate level, she has taught research and both medical surgical and leadership theory and practicum courses for students in their senior year.

Dr. Flannigan joined the Bradley faculty in 1996. Prior to that time she was employed in a variety of settings, including acute care, neuro rehabilitation, and physicians’ offices, and she served as a nursing education administrator. Dr. Flannigan has recently been involved in planning courses for online education and enjoys using a variety of methods in the classroom ranging from the traditional lecture to interactive learning via seminar/discussion and group activities. 

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