Darci McCall, MSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM
Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
Darci McCall joined the School of Nursing in 2015, bringing with her a passion for teaching. She began working with students and new nurses early in her nursing career and enjoys being part of her students’ learning experiences. Her primary teaching responsibilities include working with undergraduate nursing students in Foundations of Nursing, Dosage Calculations, Skills Lab, Nursing Research, and as a maternity and med/surg simulation facilitator. She is also an adjunct in the RN-BS program. McCall’s clinical background is in both the perinatal and pediatric fields. She has worked with high/low risk obstetrical patients in labor and delivery, postpartum care, nursery, NICU, gynecological surgery, and pediatrics.
Part of her philosophy is that nursing and teaching go hand in hand. Believing that one should never stop seeking opportunities to learn, McCall is continuing her own education. Currently a doctoral student, McCall’s research interest is in substance use during pregnancy. She earned her MSN with a Nursing Education focus from Jacksonville University and her BSN from Idaho State University.
She holds current certifications in Inpatient Obstetrics and Electronic Fetal Monitoring and is an Intermediate Fetal Heart Monitoring Designated Instructor for the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses.
In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, hiking, running, paddleboarding, cooking, and spending time with her family.