Bill RandallFull-Time Instructor MSN, RN
Programs and Courses Taught
Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Entry Level Master of Science in Nursing
N556L, N181L, N164L, N158L, N594L
Originally from Chicago, I've been in California over 20 years. With over 35 years in nursing, my career spans multiple critical care units, emergency departments, flight programs, and nursing schools. The highlight of my career is my time at the renowned Cook County Trauma Unit in Chicago (where the show "E/R" was based upon).
BSN, Elmhurst College 1984; MSN in Health Policy Nursing, UC San Francisco, 2010; currently Ph.D. candidate (nursing science and health care leadership) at UC Davis
I enjoy teaching advanced medical-surgical (critical care) clinical courses as well as pediatrics, and senior synthesis (preceptorship). At the Sacramento campus, I pioneered flipped classroom methods and introduced a readers' theater activity on interprofessional relationships. I also enjoy mentoring new faculty.
My Ph.D. dissertation explores how ICU nurses conceive of personal and professional risk when exercising clinical autonomy at the bedside. This topic mirrors my interests in nurse-physician relationships, nursing professionalism, teamwork, and patient risk.
Professional Affiliations & Memberships
Sigma Theta Tau, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, American Nurses Association
Sacramento County Disaster Health Care Volunteer
Honors & Awards
Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing scholarship recipient, Brunner Family Endowed Scholarship recipient