education and training
- Ph.D. in Nursing Research, The University of Texas at Tyler - (Tyler, Texas, United States) 2018
- M.A.Sc. in Nursing Education, University of North Dakota - (Grand Forks, North Dakota, United States) 2012
- B.A.S. in Nursing, University of Wyoming - (Laramie, Wyoming, United States) 2003
- Holland, B., Gosselin, K., & Mulcahy, A (2017). The Effect of Autogenic Training on Self-Efficacy, Anxiety, and Performance on Nursing Student Simulation. Nursing Education Perspectives. 38(2),
- Gosselin, K. P., Holland, B., Mulcahy, A., Williamson, S., & Widacki, A (2016). Music for Anxiety Reduction and Performance Enhancement in Nursing Simulation. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 12(1), 16-23.
- Gary, J. C., Holland, B. E., & Mulcahy, A (2015). The Impact of Advanced Cardiac Life Support to Baccalaureate Nursing Students' Perceived Competence in Performing Resuscitation Skills. International Archives of Nursing and Health Care. 1(1),
- Holland, B., Landry, K., Mountain, A., Middlebrooks, M. A., Heim, D., & Missildine, K (2013). Weaving the tapestry of learning: simulation, standardized patients, and virtual communities.. Nurse Educ. 38(6), 269-272.
recent teaching activities
Texas A&M University; College Of Nursing; 8447 Riverside Parkway
Bryan, Texas 77807