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Niki Fogg, MSN., RN., CPN. - Texas Woman's University. Denton, TX, US

Niki Fogg, MSN., RN., CPN. Niki Fogg, MSN., RN., CPN.

Assistant Clinical Professor | Texas Woman's University


Niki Fogg is an expert in pediatric nursing, clinical learning methodology, innovated nursing simulation and pediatric nursing simulation.



Niki Foggg is a certified pediatric nurse. She holds a graduate degree in Nursing Education and is currently employed as an assistant clinical professor at Texas Woman's University (TWU). She is an active in the Society of Pediatric Nurses, serving on the national Public Policy committee and as Past Chapter President. She is also a member of Sigma Theta Tau. Ms. Fogg was honored as a "Great 100 Nurse" of North Central Texas and has published in the area of pediatric nursing.

Industry Expertise (2)

Education/Learning Research

Areas of Expertise (6)

Child Health Competencies Health Care Simulation Teaching Higher Education Child Health and Development

Accomplishments (1)

Great 100 Nurse (professional)

Conferred by North Central Texas

Education (2)

Texas Woman's University: MSN., Nursing Education 2008

The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston: BSN, Nursing 2001

Media Appearances (1)

TWU's Fogg and Wilson receive national nursing faculty award

Texas Woman's University  online

Texas Woman’s University’s Niki Fogg and Jennifer Wilson are among only three nursing faculty in the nation to receive 2011 Novice Faculty Teaching Awards from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN).
Launched earlier this year, the AACN Novice Faculty Teaching Award recognizes excellence and innovation in nursing education by early career faculty at AACN member schools. Two awards are presented each year: one for didactic teaching and the second for clinical teaching. Ms. Fogg and Ms. Wilson are joint recipients for the clinical teaching award...

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Articles (2)

Comparison of student learning among three teaching methodologies in the pediatric clinical setting Journal of Nursing Education


ABSTRACT: Facilitating effective clinical learning for pediatric nursing students is becoming increasingly challenging and limited in opportunities. Hospital leaders are concerned about the critical thinking and prioritization skills of new graduates and believe that inpatient ...

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Back-to-basics boot camp: An innovative approach to competency assessment Journal of Pediatric Nursing


ABSTRACT: Competency is the foundation for safe and quality patient care; therefore, assessment must include evaluation based on defined criteria beyond just following a checklist or grading a post-test. The challenge for nurse educators is devising strategies for the staff to ...

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