Kenneth Tillman, PhD, RN

- Assistant Professortillman
- Southeastern Louisiana University
   College of Nursing and Health Sciences SLU 10835
   Hammond LA 70402
- PHONE: (225) 765-2324
- EMAIL:ktillman@southeastern.edu


Education 


- Ph.D. Louisiana State University
- M.S.N. University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Houston
- B.S.N. University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama


Licensure and Board Certifications


- Registered Nurse in Louisiana


Academic Positions


- Assistant Professor, Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences


Professional Affiliations


- American Assembly for Men in Nursing
- Sigma Theta Tau - Rho Zeta Chapter
- American Nurses Association
- Louisiana State Nurses Association
- Baton Rouge District Nurses Association
- Phi Kappa Phi - Louisiana State University Chapter

 

Areas of Research Interest


- Qualitative methodologies
- Men's Health Issues
- Obesity
- Spirituality
- Men in Nursing
- Gender and Generational Differences in Leadership

 

Selected Publications & Presentations


- Whitty, K., Cormier, C. & Tillman, K. (2011). BSN students' perceptions of service learning. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 15(3), 37-41.
- Creel, E. & Tillman, K. (2011). Stigmatization of overweight patients by nurses. The Qualitative Report, 16(5), 1330-1351.
- Hathorn, D., Machtmes, K. & Tillman, K. (2009) The lived experience of nurses working with student nurses in the clinical environment. The Qualitative Report. 14(2), 227-244.
- Creel, E & Tillman, K (in press).Stigmatization of overweight patients by nurses. Qualitative Report.
- Creel, E., & Tillman, K. (2008). The meaning of spirituality among nonreligious persons with chronic illness. Holistic Nursing Practice. 22(6), 303-309.
- Tillman, K., Machtmes, K. & Hathorn, D. (2008). Masculinity: Consider the myths and realities for men in nursing. Journal of Men in Nursing. 3(1), 23-28.
- All aboard the LION Express: Learning to Improve Outcomes in Nursing Education Using QSEN and the NCLEX-RN Test Plan, January 13, 2012, Southeastern Louisiana University School of Nursing Faculty Development Workshop. Lead planner and co-presenter. Approved for 5.25 contact hours by the Louisiana State Nurses Association.
- Professional Writing Workshop, November 11, 2011, Woman's Hospital, Baton Rouge, LA. Co-presenter with Dr. Mary Burke. Approved for 4.25 contact hours by the Louisiana State Nurses Association.
- Stigmatization of Overweight Patients by Nurses. October 30, 2011, Sigma Theta Tau International 41st Biennial Convention, Grapevine, TX. Co-presenter with Dr. Eileen Creel, DNS, RN
- Exploring Men's Communication and Learning Styles: The Influence of Gender and Generational Differences. October 23, 2009, 34th Annual Conference of the American Assembly for Men in Nursing, Cincinnati, Ohio. Co-presenter with Danny Lee, PhD, RN, CNS-BC, CNE, Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing, New Orleans.
- Generational Conflicts among Nurses: Puzzling Differences or a Perfect Match? September 8, 2009, Tangipahoa District Nurses Association. Approved for 1.25 contact hours by the Louisiana State Nurses Association.
- Bridging the Generational Gap in Nursing: Strategies for Effectively Working with Multiple Generations. March 24, 2009, Southeast Louisiana Area Health Education Center and Southeastern Louisiana University School of Nursing. Approved for 3.25 contact hours by the Louisiana State Nurses Association.
- Generational Learning Styles. March 9, 2009, Guest Lecture, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing, Men's Health Issues Course.
- Perceptions of Recent Male Nursing Graduates: The Influence of Meaning of Masculinity on Nursing Education Experiences and Development of Caring Behaviors. October 25, 2008, 33rd Annual Conference of the American Assembly for Men in Nursing, New Orleans, LA
- Generational Differences Among Nurses: A New Challenge in the Workplace. April 15, 2008, Southeast Louisiana Area Health Education Center and Southeastern Louisiana University School of Nursing. Approved for 5.25 contact hours by the Louisiana State Nurses Association.
- The Perceived Influence of Masculinity on the Nursing Education Experiences of Recent Male Baccalaureate Nursing Program Graduates. November 5, 2007, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing 39th Biennial Convention, Baltimore, Maryland.
- The Meaning of Masculinity for Recent Male Nursing Graduates. October 25, 2007, The American Assembly of Men in Nursing 32nd Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA