Cindy Wilk, Ph.D.(c), APRN-CNS, CNE
College of Nursing
I am a Clinical Nurse Specialist and a Senior Lecturer with over 20 years of acute care/critical care experience. My specialty is adult/gerontology critical care/cardiovascular nursing. I coordinate the Adult/Gerontology CNS program for the College of Nursing and also teach within the program. I am currently a Ph.D. in Nursing candidate at Kent State and currently working on my dissertation. I am developing an instrument to measure family willingness for caregiving in the ICU.
- NURS 60110 - Adult Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist I
- NURS 61192 - Adult Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist I Practicum
- NURS 60210 - Adult Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist II
- NURS 62192 - Adult Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist II Practicum
- NURS 63192 - Adult Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist III Practicum
Ph.D. in Nursing Candidate Kent State University MSN, Kent State University, 2000 BSN, Youngstown State University, 1994
Adult Critical Care Nursing Cardiovascular
- Wilk, C. & Petrinec, A. (2021). Caregiver willingness to provide care in the ICU: A concept analysis. Nursing Forum. 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1111/nuf.12563
- Wilk, C. & Turkoski, B. (2001). Progressive muscle relaxation in cardiac rehabilitation: A pilot study. Rehabilitation Nursing, 26(6): 238-243.
- 2016, DAISY Faculty Award Honorable Mention
- 2013, Barbara Donaho Award, Kent State University
- 2000, Linnea E. Henderson Award, Kent State University