Margaret Hickey, MSN, RN

Assistant ProfessorIndustry Professional
B.A. in Psychology, SUNY Old Westbury, 1988A.A.S. in Nursing, Queensborough Community College, 1993B.S. in Nursing, Molloy College, 1996M.S.N. in Nursing Education, Walden University, 2017

Prof. Hickey joins St. John’s University as an Assistant Professor of Nursing in the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. She has extensive experience as a clinical nurse, quality specialist, and educator. A registered nurse since 1993, Prof. Hickey worked in pre-op and postanesthesia care before becoming an academic educator. She has taught nursing students in the clinical, lab, and classroom settings and has experience in simulation-based education.

Prof. Hickey is certified as a diabetes educator. She has an M.S. in nursing education and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Nursing at Pace University. Her research interests include health literacy, diabetes management, and nursing education. As a lifelong resident of Queens, NY, Prof. Hickey is proud to be part of the nursing faculty who are committed to building a successful baccalaureate nursing program at St. John’s.