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 Margaret Glembocki
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Margaret Glembocki

Natural Sciences Assistant Professor, Nursing Program

Margaret M. Glembocki, DNP, RN, ACNP-BC, CSC, FAANP is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Lawrence Technological University.  She earned her Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) from Oakland University, her MSN with an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner concentration from Wayne State University, and her BSN from Madonna University.

Dr. Glembocki has extensive experience in academic program development where she has co-developed and implemented a Forensic Nursing program (MSN) as well as developed and granted approval for an Adult-Gerontological Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program (MSN), both at Oakland University.  She is also committed to developing innovative ways to educate undergraduate and graduate nursing students and has been enjoying teaching for over a decade.

Dr. Glembocki has held leadership and clinical positions within the service industry of nursing where she led the implementation of Relationship-Based Care in one hospital, managed nursing and advanced practice provider teams with specialties in the emergency department and cardiothoracic surgery, and has always maintained clinical practice.  He passion for practice has been cardiothoracic surgery and forensic nursing.  Currently, she practices as a Nurse Practitioner in cardiothoracic surgery at Henry Ford Hospital Macomb.  Additionally, she served as an officer in the United States Army.

Dr. Glembocki has presented at local, national, and international forums on Relationship-Based Care and practice related to cardiothoracic surgery and forensic nursing and has many publications in both professional journals and books.  She is active in professional organizations and has served on various committees for Michigan Council of Nurse Practitioners as well as the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses.  Additionally, she has been inducted as a Fellow in the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.  Dr Glembocki is passionate about advancing professional nursing and works toward empowering nurses everywhere.



Classes Responsible for Teaching:

NUR 3103:  Foundations of Professional Nursing Practice

NUR 3113:  Scholarship and Evidenced-Based Practice in Nursing

NUR 3202:  Nursing Informatics

NUR 4105:  Population Health and Epidemiology


PUBLICATIONS - SAMPLE (Journal & Book):

Hernandez, J., Glembocki, M. M. & McCoy, M. (2019).  Increasing nursing knowledge of STEMI recognition on 12-lead ECGs to improve patient outcomes.  The Journal of Continuing Education, 50(10), 475-480.

Berishaj, K., Buch, C. & Glembocki, M. M. (2019). The impact of an educational intervention on the knowledge and beliefs of registered nurses regarding human trafficking.  The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 50(6), 269-274.

Glembocki, M. M. & Shuiling, K. D. (2016). Intimate partner violence. In Schuiling, K. (Eds.), Women’s gynecologic health (3rd ed.).  Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett. 

Glembocki, M. M. (2015).  Nursing Knowledge Development and Professional Nursing Practice.  In Fitzpartrick, J. J. & Whall, A. (Eds.), Conceptual models of nursing:  Global perspectives (5th ed.).  Prentice Hall.

Glembocki, M. M. & Fitzpatrick, J. J.  (Eds.).  (2013).  Advancing professional nursing practice: Relationship-Based Care and the ANA professional standards of practice.  Minneapolis, MN:  Creative Healthcare Management.

Nair, D. M., Fitzpatrick, J. J., Click, E. R., McNulty, R., & Glembocki, M. M.  (2011). Frequency of nurse physician collaborative behaviors in an acute care hospital.  The Journal of Interprofessional Care.

Glembocki, M. M., & Dunn, K. S. (2010). Building an organizational culture of caring:  caring perceptions enhanced with education.  The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 41(12), 565-570.


PRESENTATIONS - SAMPLE (Poster & Oral):

Boyland, C., Reinink, K., Berishaj, K., & Glembocki, M. M.  (2019, September).  Caring for Patients who are Victims of Trauma, Violence, and Maltreatment: A Forensic Nurse Hospitalist Role. IAFN Conference.  New Orleans, LA.

Jacopec, J. & Glembocki, M. M. (2019, May).  Development of Policy and Tool to Identify Human Trafficking Victims in the Emergency Department.  Michigan ENA Conference.  Mt. Pleasant, MI.

Spezia, M., Pebbles, B., & Glembocki, M. M. (2019, March).  Increasing Skin Cancer Screening in the Primary Care Setting.  MiCNP Conference.  Detroit, MI.

Milan, E. & Glembocki, M. M. (2018, October).  Care of Patients of Violence, Abuse, and Maltreatment: Describing the Need for the Advanced Practice Forensic Nursing Leadership in the Acute

Care Setting.  IAFN Conference.  Reno, NV

Milan, E. & Glembocki, M. M. (2018).  Care of Patients of Violence, Abuse, and Maltreatment: Describing the Need for the Advanced Practice Forensic Nursing Leadership in the Acute Care Setting.  Beaumont Health System Leadership Conference.  Livonia, Michigan.

Hernadez, J., McCoy, M., & Glembocki, M. M.  (2017, April).  Developing Knowledge of STEMI Interpretation in the Emergency Department.  Nurse Practitioners in Acute Care Conference, Miami, FL. 

Glembocki, M. M., Hernadez, J., & Eddy, G.  (2017, March).  A Transitional Care Model to Reduce Readmissions:  Implementing a Cardiac Surgery Nurse Practitioner Follow-up Clinic.  Michigan Council of Nurse Practitioners, Detroit, MI. 

Glembocki, M. M. & Berishaj, K. (2016, February).  Forensic Nursing:  An innovative MSN program.  American Association of Colleges of Nurses, Houston, TX. 

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