Darci McCall, MSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM
Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
Darci McCall joined the School of Nursing in 2015. She taught in the traditional prelicense program for 7 years before moving to the RN-BS program in 2021. As an academic instructor, she has taught a variety of courses in many different settings, classroom, clinical, simulation, lab, and online and enjoys working with students in every setting. She graduated with her BSN from Idaho State University, her MSN in Clinical Nursing Education from Jacksonville University, and she will graduate with her PhD in Nursing Education in December of 2021. Her research focuses on the experiences of perinatal nurses caring for women using marijuana during pregnancy. Her clinical expertise is in maternal/child nursing where she’s worked in almost every area possible.
In her personal life, she is an Idaho native married to an Ohio transplant. She has four adult sons, a lovely daughter-in-law, and a beautiful granddaughter. She lived in Colorado for 10 years but is happy to be home in Idaho. She loves traveling, the mountains and the beach and doing anything outdoors, hiking, biking, running, walking, paddle boarding, skiing, and snowshoeing.