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Renee Biedlingmaier, PhD, MS, RN
Clinical Assistant Professor
Office: 106I Lathrop Hall
Dr. Biedlingmaier joined the Nursing Department at The College at Brockport, State University of New York in the fall of 2012. She appreciated the way her ability to think and analyze concepts related to the profession of nursing was expanded when she attended the College at Brockport's RN to BSN program.
Dr. Biedlingmaier's scholarly research focuses on the way(s) in which nursing students are educated now and potential changes that may be beneficial in preparing new nurses to meet the dynamic demands of the profession. A specific goal of hers is to be involved with our local health care partners to see if the health care institutions are able to appreciate changes we have made. Her clinical research interests are empowering evidence based self-care in patient populations with chronic conditions such as diabetes mellitus, obesity, and substance use disorder.
The only constant in health care is change. In an effort to expand her ability to share information with our students, Dr. Biedlingmaier completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice, Family Nurse Practitioner degree at the University at Buffalo. She is looking forward to helping our students embrace lifelong learning and quality improvement as student nurses and throughout their educational and professional trajectory.
In her spare time, Dr. Biedlingmaier enjoys spending time with her husband, three children, and grandson. They participate in Kyokushin karate, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, exercising, and boating.