Dr. McNeill's research focuses on various aspects of emergency preparedness among individuals, communities and populations with increased medical needs. Additionally, she also investigates educational interventions to improve preparedness levels.
Human Health and Disease
Ph.D., University of Texas at Tyler, Nursing 2014
M.S.N., University of Texas at El Paso, 2011
Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Leadership Management, University of Texas at El Paso
B.S.N., University of Arkansas, 2007
A.S.N., Coastal College of Georgia, 2005
McNeill, C. (2014). Emergencies: Risk and personal preparedness measures. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from http://www.uttyler.edu/ .
McNeill, C. (2014). Changes in individual preparedness levels among an economically vulnerable population following emergency preparedness education: A mixed methods study homeland security and emergency management. Research Grand Rounds, Midwestern State University.
McNeill, C. (2013). Risk: A multidisciplinary concept analysis. Nursing Forum, DOI: 10.1111/nuf.12039.
Dr. McNeill received her A.S.N. from Coastal College of Georgia, B.S.N. from the University of Arkansas, M.S.N. from the University of Texas at El Paso, and her Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Tyler in May of 2014. She is a 13-year veteran of the U.S. Army and has been teaching in higher education since 2011. She took a position at the University of Arkansas in 2014 as an Assistant Professor of Nursing in the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing. She is a member of the American Nurse's Association, Arkansas Nurse's Association, the Southern Nursing Research Society, and Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing