Mark Moyer

Associate Professor of Nursing

Mark Moyer


  • BSN, Bethel College Indiana, 1997
  • MSN, Bethel College Indiana, 2010

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NURS 212 Holistic Client Assessment 

Holistic client assessment focuses on collection of a database within the context of the nursing process. Content includes the health history and assessment of functional health patterns, body systems, growth and development, and cultural and spiritual dimensions. Clinical and laboratory experiences are included. Prerequisite: Nurs 210, Prerequisite or Concurrent: Nurs 211.

NURS 305 Pharmacology

The nursing process is applied in the administration of medications. Content includes counseling patients on safe and effective medication regimens and the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of drugs categories. Calculation of medication dosages will be required. Legal and ethical considerations of administering medications will be considered within the nurse’s scope of practice. Prerequisites: Nurs 211, 212.

NURS 405 Psychiatric/Mental-Health Nursing 

A study of psychiatric/mental-health nursing practice. The clinical component provides opportunities in a psychiatric hospital and community mental-health settings. The role of the nurse as a member of the mental-health team is emphasized. Prerequisites: All 300-level clinical nursing courses.

Professional Presentations:

Title: Metabolic Syndrome

When: 7/18/07

Location: IU Health Goshen Hospital


Title: Assertiveness Skills among Nurses

When: 2/9/10

Location: IU Health Goshen Hospital

I really enjoy cooking, playing the occasional round of golf, and making pottery.


1997-2011 Registered Nurse at IU Health Goshen Hospital.

2011-2013 Nursing Instructor at Breckinridge School of Nursing at ITT Technical Institute.

2013-present Associate Professor in Nursing at Goshen College.

2013-present Registered Nurse at Oaklawn Hospital