Suzette Collins is a leader, educator and mentor with expertise in healthcare management, nursing education, human services, clinical outcomes, health services research and quality improvement. She has assumed leadership roles in a variety of settings, including higher education, community health organizations, hospitals, clinics and systems, academic institutions, government agencies and other organizations providing care and learning experiences.
Ph.D. in Clinical Science and Health Services Research from the University of Colorado; M.H.A. from Tulane University
Suzette currently serves as an adjunct faculty member in the Healthcare Management Program at the University of Denver and a part-time faculty member at Capella University School of Nursing and Health Sciences, teaching graduate courses in Human Services and mentoring nurse leaders pursuing a Ph.D. in Nursing Education.
Motivation for Teaching
Suzette has a passion for teaching, mentoring, coaching, and inspiring students, faculty and adults in higher education. She has developed and taught a variety of courses including research methods, program and clinical outcomes assessment, healthcare law and policy, anatomy and physiology and leadership and communication. In her career, she has developed and led programs including those focusing on evaluating, measuring and improving clinical outcomes and performance metrics.
Helping Students Be Successful
Suzette strives to be not only a resource to students, but also a source of inspiration, and, most importantly, a partner in the road to success.