About Dr. Holland
Brian Holland, PhD, RN, is an assistant professor and assistant dean for undergraduate studies at the Texas A&M College of Nursing. His research interests include the use of innovative pedagogy in nursing simulations and the use of advance technologies to improve student learning outcomes in nursing simulations.
Dr. Holland received his Bachelor of Science in nursing from Columbus State University, Master of Science in nursing from Lubbock Christian University and Doctor of Philosophy from University of Texas at Arlington.
Dr. Holland has had publications about music for anxiety reduction and performance enhancement in nursing simulation as well as the other publications about improving simulations.
Vital Record news coverage
Technology in nursing education
Improving patient care through innovation in simulation
September 21, 2017
Anxiety: The ins and outs
What is normal, and what is too much anxiety?
April 10, 2017
Borrowing from Hollywood to teach future nurses
Technological advances create level of realism in simulation previously unimaginable
April 18, 2016