1 Page 1 CURRICULUM VITA 2014 Mary A. Baroni, PhD, RN Professor University of Washington, Bothell Campus Way NE Bothell, WA EDUCATION: CORNELL UNIVERSITY, Ithaca, NY: PhD in Human Development and Family Studies with minor in nutrition; Dissertation: Apparent Life-Threatening Events (ALTE) During Infancy: A Follow-Up Study of Growth and Development UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER, Rochester, NY: MS in Nursing (Family Health Nurse Clinician- PNP); Thesis: Primiparous Couples' Perception of Their Birth Experience, Their Newborn, and Their First Month of Parenthood: A Comparative Study of Vaginal and Cesarean Births UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHARLOTTE, Charlotte, NC: BS in Nursing; Undergraduate Research: Interest and Deterrents to Baccalaureate Education Among Nurses Without Degrees OBERLIN COLLEGE, Oberlin, OH: BA in Religion-Asian Studies; Undergraduate field research: Cultural Barriers to Family Planning, Madurai University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, South India LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION Registered Nurse, State of Washington #RN PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Professor (75%), Nursing and Health Studies, University of Washington Bothell, Bothell, WA Visiting Professor (10%) Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA; Co-Director of APIN Grant (10%) Professor, Nursing and Health Studies (50% including 5% grant funding from FY 10 Congressionally Directed Grant), UW, Bothell, Bothell, WA Visiting Professor and Interim RN-BSN Program Director (50%) Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA Sabbatical leave from UW Bothell: RN-BSN Program Development Consultant, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA Co-Chair of CNEWS Strategic Initiative on Seamless Academic Progression and Best Practices in Curricular Innovation, Council for Nursing Education in Washington State Co-Chair, WA State Joint Transfer Council Workgroup developing RN-BSN Direct Transfer Agreement/Major Ready Pathway (DTA/MRP) Professor and Program Director, University of Washington, Bothell, Bothell, WA Adjunct Professor, Department of Family and Child Nursing, UW Seattle School of Nursing, Seattle, WA Director, Nursing Practice, Education & Research, Seattle Children s Hospital, Seattle, WA Director of Research and Practice, Children s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
2 Page Clinical Associate Professor, Medical College of Wisconsin, Department of Pediatrics, Milwaukee, WI Associate Professor and Child Option Chair, Marquette University, College of Nursing, Milwaukee, WI Associate Director, University of Wisconsin Children's Hospital Pediatric Pulmonary Center (PPC), Madison, Wisconsin. 50% Appointment Assistant Professor- School of Nursing, and Child and Family Studies, University of Wisconsin Madison, Madison, Wisconsin. 50% Academic appointment Assistant Professor, University of Rochester School of Nursing, Rochester, NY. Care of Children and Families AWARDS 2007 Washington State Nurses Associate (WSNA) Professional Nursing & Health Care Council award for Nursing Education, 2007 FUNDING: Academic Progression in Nursing in Washington State (APIN-2). Robert Wood Johnson Foundation application for refunding for 2 more years through the Washington Center for Nursing, $300,000. Co-Project Director with Linda Tieman, WCN Executive Director Academic Progression in Nursing in Washington State (APIN-WA). Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funding award through the Washington Center for Nursing, $300,000.. Co- Project Director with Linda Tieman, WCN Executive Director University of Washington Bothell Nursing Faculty Consortium Training Program, Congressionally Directed Grant House Appropriations Bill sponsored by Congressman Jay Inslee, Congressman Jim McDermott, and Senator Patty Murray, $200,000; Final report submitted to Department of Education, November, Johnson & Johnson Promise of Nursing Capacity Grant: Increasing Nursing Education Capacity through Blended Learning, $25,000 (Leppa & Andreas Brockhaus, Leads) University of Washington Bothell Nursing Education Program. Congressionally Directed Grant, House Appropriations Bill sponsored by Congressman Jay Inslee and Senator Maria Cantwell, $330, University of Washington, Bothell Consortium for Preparing MN Nursing Faculty, FIPSE, House Appropriations Bill, sponsored by Congressman Jay Inslee, Congressman Dave Reichert, and Senator Maria Cantwell., $287, Johnson & Johnson Promise of Nursing Capacity Grant: A Diversity Outreach to Increase Students from Underrepresented/Minority Population, $25,000, (Cooke, Lead) Seattle Children s Hospital and Regional Medical Center H1B funds to fully support 15 RNs returning for the RN-BSN, $135, Wisconsin Area Health Education Center System (AHEC) Statewide Initiatives: Nursing and child care: A community partnership to support a Health Screening & Safety Fair: October 20, 1998 at Gray s Child Development Center, Milwaukee, WI. Health screening (well-child exams, vision, hearing, speech, development) of approximately 100 children ranging in age from infancy-12 years. Safety Fair with nursing student and community exhibits. $3, Agency for Health Care Policy & Research (AHCPR): Healthy People 2000: Taking Action with
3 Page 3 Children & Families $27, Maternal and Child Health Bureau: UW-Madison Pediatric Pulmonary Center for Interdisciplinary Graduate Training. $1,500,000 for continued 5 years of funding University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing Research Award, Cystic Fibrosis Newborn Screening Program: Impact of False-Positive Results and Early Diagnosis on the Parent-Child Relationship. $5, Perinatal Foundation: Nutrition Risk Screening and Assessment Tool for Infants and Young Children with Special Health Care Needs $10, Apnea, Parenting Stress and Infant Outcomes. $7,285 Perinatal Foundation, $7,285 Medical Surgical Foundation of Meriter Hospital. $15,609 University of Wisconsin School of Nursing Research Award, $13,000 University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics, $2, University of Rochester School of Nursing Biomedical Research Support Grant..Pathologic Apnea During Infancy: A Growth and ental Follow-up Study at months. $7, NRSA, Department of Health and Human Services: National Research Service Award RESEARCH IN PROGRESS Baroni, M. & McGuire, M. The Value of RN-to-BSN Education: A Collaborative Multi-Site Study. Data collection is completed and analysis/dissemination is in progress for this study examining perceptions of the value of BSN Education among nursing staff, supervisors and leadership at 6 medical centers in the Northern Puget Sound region. Baroni, M., Sikma, S., & Hoeksel, R. RN-BSN Education in Washington State: A Comparative Case Study. Submitted but not funded: RWJF Evaluating Innovations in Nursing Education Program, February 2012; RRF, September 2012; UWB Worthington (January 2013). FUNDeD APIN2 ($35,000) MANUSCRIPTS IN DEVELOPMENT: Baroni, M., Hoeksel, R., Davies, M., Bears, S., Kaplan, L. & Babbo, G. (In progress) Washington State Collaborative Effort to Promote Seamless Academic Progression in Nursing: State-Wide Associate in Nursing DTA/MRP: Baroni, M. (In progress). University of Washington Bothell (UWB) Nursing Education Consortium: Addressing the faculty shortage through partnerships. Baroni, M (In progress). The perceived value of Baccalaureate Nursing Education: Perspectives of staff nurses, managers and leadership at six hospitals in the Northern Puget Sound region.. PUBLICATIONS: REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Baroni, M., Anderson, B., Mischler, E. (1997). Cystic fibrosis newborn screening program: Impact of early screening results on the parent-child relationship. Pediatric Nursing. 23 (2): Pridham, K., Broome, M., Woodring, B. & Baroni, M. (1996). Education for the nursing of children and their families: Standards and guidelines for pre-licensure and early professional education. Journal of Pediatric Nursing.11 (5): **See Erratum (1997). J Pediatric Nursing. 12(2):132. Baroni, M., & Sondel, S. (1995). A collaborative model for identifying feeding and nutrition needs in early intervention. Infants & Young Children. 8(2):1-12. Baroni, M., Tuthill, P., Feenan, L., & Schroeder, M. (1994). Technology-dependent infants: A retrospective case analysis of service coordination across state lines. Infants & Young Children, 7(1): Hewson, M., Mischler, E., Tuthill, P., Baroni, M., Dreier, C., Green, C., Kraus, C., Becker, E., Feenan, L., Sondel, S., Schuster,
4 Page 4 S., & Wolf, T. (1993). Comprehensive team care. Maternal Child Nursing, 18(4): Baroni, M. (1992). Bayley s infant behavior record ratings of infants with recurrent apnea: Behavioral profile and correlates with apnea, age, and developmental status. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, 13(3): Baroni, M. (1991). Apparent life threatening events (ALTE) during infancy: A follow-up study of growth and development. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 12(3): PUBLICATIONS: NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Baroni, M. (2012). Seamless academic progression for nurses. Washington Nursing Commission News. 6 (3): 14. Capelo, J., Baker, M.W., Kaplan, L., Stephen-Selby, H., Baroni, M., Bear, S., Hollinsworth, C., & Jointer, K. (2012). Transforming nursing education in Washington State. Washington Nursing Commission News. 6 (3): 13. PUBLICATIONS: BOOKS: Millonig, V., Baroni, M., & Miller, S. (Eds.) (2001). Family Nurse Practitioner Certification Review and Clinical Reference Guide. Potomac, MD: Health Leadership Associates. Millonig, V. & Baroni, M. (Eds.). (1999). Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Certification Review Guide. (3rd ed.) Potomac, MD: Health Leadership Associates. PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS: The following abstracts were either selected by editors for their merit based on their review of published articles or represent published abstracts from refereed conferences. Cooke, C. L., Abrums, M., Anderson, A., Baroni, M., Blachley, B., Ezeonwu, M., Hatfield, K., Kenworthy, N., Kovalesky, A., Mohammed, S., Resnick, J., Stone, A., Wade, C., Westbrook,L. (2014). Overview: Role of Nursing in Fostering Undergraduate Public Health Knowledge [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 47, 202. Baroni, M., Tuthill P., Feenan, L., & Schroeder, M. (1994). Technology-dependent Infants: A Retrospective Case Analysis of Service Coordination Across State Lines. Selected to be abstracted (December, 1994). Capsules and Comments in Pediatric Nursing, published by Mosby-Year Book Inc. Baroni, M. (1992). Apparent-Life Threatening Events During Infancy: A Follow-Up Study of Subsequent Growth and Development. Pediatrics Digest, 2: (Article selected as outstanding in its field by the editor of the Clinical Digest Series for abstract distribution to physicians in Europe) Baroni, M. (1989). Infants with Early Episodes of Pathologic Apnea: The Influence of Biological Vulnerability and the Quality of the Home Environment of Growth and Development. American Review of Respiratory Disease (Supplement). 139 (4): 452. Baroni, M. (1989). Relationships Between SIDS Risk Scores and Infant Growth and Development at One Year. American Review of Respiratory Disease (Supplement). 138 (4): 571. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE: 2014-present 2013-present 2013-present 2013-present UW Bothell Special Education (SPED) Community Advisory Committee Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission (NCQAC) Governor Jay Inslee appointed commissioner representing university nursing education programs; 4 year appointment with option for 2 nd term for total of 8 years: Nursing Program Approval Panel (NPAP-A) Chair; Case Disposition Panel; Disciplinary Hearings; and quarterly business meetings RN-to-BSN Advisory Council, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA Friends of Woodring College of Education Deans Community Advisory Council, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA
5 Page present Washington Nursing Action Coalition-Education Workgroup, member Professional Consultant on RN-BSN program development; Western Washington University 2011-present Co-Chair of Joint Transfer Council Statewide Work Group convened to develop an RN-BSN DTA/MRP Council for Nursing Education in Washington State (CNEWS) Executive Committee and Co-Chair of strategic initiatives on seamless academic progression and best practices/innovations in nursing education 2011-present Rise & Shine, Advisory Council of this non-profit agency serving children affected by HIV/AIDS 2010 RWJF Future of Nursing Regional Awareness Meeting at UW Bothell, November 30, 2010 with 30 participants from nursing education and practice Washington Center for Nursing (WCN) Master Plan Implementation: Workgroup on RN-BSN/MN Capacity (Chair) Council for Nursing Education in Washington State (CNEWS) Master Plan for Nursing Education in Washington State design team 2005-present Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) On-Site Evaluator / Team Leader as of Co-Chair of Statewide Pre-Nursing Science Transfer Associate Degree Workgroup. Legislatively mandated initiative to develop an associate degree pathway to prepare students for an upper division nursing major at multiple WA State baccalaureate institutions 2004-present 2005-present 2002-present 1997-present 1991-present: Washington State Nursing Association (WSNA) Professional Nursing Health Care and Education Council Reviewer: Journal of Pediatric Nursing Council for Nursing Education in Washington State (CNEWS); Review: Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Reviewer: Research in Nursing and Health PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS: 2014 Social Justice and Healthcare: Rigorous and Relevant Teaching Strategies. Poster Presentation, 5 th International Nurse Education Conference, Langelaan, The Netherlands, June 22-25, (Peer Reviewed) 2014 Academic Progression in Nursing Key Note Speaker, Wenatchee Valley College Nursing Week Luncheon, Wenatchee, WA, May 7, Cooke, C. L., Abrums, M., Anderson, A., Baroni, M., Blachley, B., Ezeonwu, M., Hatfield, K., Kenworthy, N., Kovalesky, A., Mohammed, S., Resnick, J., Stone, A., Wade, C., Westbrook, L. (April 2014). Overview: Role of Nursing in Fostering Undergraduate Public Health Knowledge. Presented at the Western Institute of Nursing 47th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Seattle, WA. April (Peer Reviewed) 2014 Academic Progression in Nursing, Shoreline Community College, Shoreline, WA, February 25, Employer Preferences for BSN Prepared Nurses, King County Nurses Association, Seattle, WA, February 12, Care Without Cure Community Conference, Pediatric Palliative Care, Presentation & Facilitated Discussion, Bellingham, WA, February 7, Washington State Proposed RN-to-BSN Direct Transfer Agreement to Facilitate Academic Progression, American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Baccalaureate Nursing Education Conference, New Orleans, LA, November 22, 2013 (Peer Reviewed)
6 Page Palliative Care Community Conversation, Small Group Facilitator, Bellingham, WA, October 28, The Power of Interdisciplinary Academic-Practice Partnerships in RN-BSN Program Development, The National Conference of Nursing Workforce Centers, Scottsdale, AZ, June 20, (Peer Reviewed) 2013 Academic Progression in Nursing: A Shared Journey for the Future of Nursing, Swedish Medical Center Nurses Week, Seattle, WA, May 9, Academic Progression in Nursing: A Shared Journey for the Future of Nursing, 33 rd Annual Patricia Maguire Distinguished Nurse Lectureship, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, WA, April 30, Academic Progression in Nursing Washington State, RWJF Convened National Meeting with Community College Presidents on Academic Progression in Nursing, Washington, DC, April 9, Value of RN-BSN education: Perspectives of staff nurses, supervisors and nursing leadership, invited presentation to the Washington Nursing Action Coalition (WNAC), October 31, UW Bothell Nursing Education Consortium, Symposium Presentation, GANES Conference, December 10, 2010, Arlington, VA 2010 UW Bothell Exemplar of Community College and University Collaboration: Successful Educational Collaboration to Expand Access to RN-BSN And MN Education in the Northern Puget Sound. Presentation to the Washington Center for Nursing Board of Directors, September 30, Providence Everett Medical Center Keynote speaker for Nurses Week Celebration, May 5, 2006, Everett, WA 2005 Northwest Organization of Nurse Executives (NWONE) Annual Retreat: CNEWS call for master plan for expanding nursing education in Washington, State, Welches, OR Bellevue Community College Nursing Pinning Ceremony. Bellevue, WA, June Leadership, Scholarship & the Mentors who have Shown us the Way. Keynote Address, PSI Chapter At-Large Induction Ceremony. Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society. Seattle, April, Families Caught Between Two Cultures. Providing Cultural Compassionate Care in Pediatric Settings. Co-sponsored by CHRMC and UWCNE. June, The New Nursing Shortage: Strategies and Solutions. Seattle Pacific University Nursing Alumni Luncheon. Seattle, WA. February, Length of Stay Following Delivery: Maternal and Neonatal Outcomes and Post-Discharge Use of Services.First Annual Wisconsin Health Services Research Conference: Creating a Dialogue Between Decision-Makers and Researchers. WI Network for Health Policy Research. Madison, Wisconsin. October, Symposium Chair Healthy People 2000: Taking Action with Children and Families. Interdisciplinary research development and dissemination conference. Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. March, Conference Co-Coordinator 1996 Apnea of prematurity and home cardio-respiratory monitoring: Impact on parenting stress and the attachment relationship at months. Association for Care of Children's Health (ACCH) Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico. June, Poster Presentation Apnea of prematurity and home cardio-respiratory monitoring: Impact on parenting stress and infant growth and development at six months. National Center for Clinical Infant Programs (NCCIP) Biennial National Training Institute, Washington, DC. December, Poster Presentation Coping with family life within the context of cystic fibrosis. Seventh Annual North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Dallas, Texas. October, 1993.Symposium Chair and Respondent.
7 Page Nutrition and feeding risk identification tool project. With Sherie Sondel, RD, MEd, Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. April, Poster Presentation Home cardio-respiratory monitoring, parenting stress and maternal mood disturbance following premature birth Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, New Orleans, Louisiana. March, Poster Presentation Relations between maternal characteristics, economic resources and the impact of home monitoring on the caretaking environment. Council of Nurse Researchers 1991 International Nursing Research Conference, Los Angeles, CA.October, Symposium presentation. ( 1991 Parent-child relationships and psychosocial adjustment in CF. Fifth Annual North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Dallas, TX. October, 1991.Symposium Chair and Session Respondent Patterns of infant sleep after home apnea monitoring Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, WA. April, Poster Presentation Relationships between duration, stress and anxiety of home apnea monitoring on maternal well being and the caregiving environment. NCCIP Biennial National Training Institute, Washington, D.C. December, Poster Presentation. CONTINUING EDUCATION/PROFESSIONALDEVELOPMENT 2014 NCQAC Symposium, Spokane, WA, May 8, NCSBN Mid-Year Meeting, Kansas City, MO, March 10-12, NCQAC New Commissioner Orientation, Olympia, WA, November 6, CCNE Training Workshop for Site Team Leaders, Washington, DC, October 25-26, Hybrid Course Development Institute (HCDI), University of Washington Bothell, Winter quarter Academic Progression in Nursing (APIN) Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, February 27, Campaign for Action Summit 2013: Transforming Health Care through Nursing, Washington, DC, February 28-29, Developing Shared Competencies for the Nurse of the Future: Learning from the Massachusetts Experience. Webinar with Dr. Maureen Sroczynski, November 13, Taking the Long View: Visions for the Future, Annual Conference of the Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers, Indianapolis, IN, June 27-29, Future of Health Care in Washington State, Sponsored by Healthcare Financial Management Association of Washington ( HFMA-WA), Bellevue, WA, March 29, Western Regional Conference, Center for Championing Nursing in America, Sacramento, CA, February 23-24, PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Council on Nursing Education in Washington State (CNEWS), ; Honorary Member 2013-present Council on Nursing Education in Washington State (CNEWS) Executive Team, Washington State Nurses Association (WSNA), 2001-present Sigma Theta Tau, National Nursing Honor Society, 1975-present. UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON SERVICE: University of Washington Research Advisory Board, UWB campus representative: University of Washington Search Advisory Committee for the UW Seattle School of Nursing Dean: 2007 University of Washington Search Advisory Committee for the UW Bothell Chancellor, Co-Chair:
8 University of Washington Search Advisory Committee, Associate Dean of University Libraries & UWB Library Director: Tri-Campus Nursing Leadership, Bothell, Seattle, Tacoma: Page 8 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON BOTHELL CAMPUS & DEPARTMENT SERVICE: Curriculum Development: NHS BSNCC: 2013-present NHS MN Curriculum Revision Workgroup: Search Committees: Quantitative Skills Center (QSC) Director: CSS Director (Chair): Public Safety Director: Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs: Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences Director: Student Affairs, Assistant Director: Task Forces: NOI and Proposal Development for BA in Global and Public Health: CUSP Implementation Task Force: Applied Science & Technology Planning (ASTP) Human Subjects: Grants & Contracts: Merit Review Committees: UW Bothell Computer & Software Systems Program (CSS): 2006, 2007 UW Bothell Education Program: 2003, 2004, Promotion & Tenure Review Committees: Jerelyn Resnick (NHS promotion from Senior Lecturer to Principal Lecturer): 2013 Bill Seaburg (IAS promotion from Associate to Full Professor): Kelvin Sung (CSS promotion from Associate to Full Professor): Guest Lectures: 2014 Western Washington University RN-BSN program presentation and focus group with first cohort students, June NURS 301 Information Literacy, Western Washington University RN-BSN class presentation on critical thinking and professional development, December 4, BNURS 507 Advanced Nursing Roles, (Maureen West, Faculty), Guest presentation on academic and professional portfolios and advanced nursing roles, February 8, BNURS 511 Curriculum Development (Linda Westbrook Faculty), Guest presentation on RN-BSN curriculum development, July 6, 2012 Courses Taught: 2002 to Present University of Washington Bothell: BNURS 521 Methods of Research in Nursing (3 credits) Autumn 2003, Spring 2004, 2005, 2007, Builds on scholarly inquiry and research knowledge gained in B NURS 520. Specific foci include measurement, study design, and data collection
9 Page 9 issues as well as enhancing data analysis and interpretation abilities. Emphasizes application of scholarly inquiry methods in nursing practice. BNURS 521 Scholarly Inquiry for Nursing Practice (3 credits), Spring BNURS 507 Advanced Nursing Roles (2 credits): Examines the wide variety of roles available to the graduate-level nurse, including various roles in clinical practice and education. (2 sections, Winter 2011). BNURS 503 Advanced Fieldwork (1-6 credits) ; ; , Advanced fieldwork offers an opportunity t apply concepts examined throughout the program in the real-world context of communities, healthcare systems, staff development or educational settings. The focus is on preparing students for advanced nursing roles in communities, population-based care, management in health care systems, or education. BURNS 598 Scholarly Project (1-6 credits) ; ; Fulfills the requirements of the non-thesis options for Master s Students in nursing. Projects involve scholarly inquiry with indepth focused analysis, culminating in a written product/report for dissemination. The Scholarly Project serves as the Capstone of the MN program. Fieldwork & electives may support the scholarly project. BNURS 350 Critical Thinking in Nursing (5 credits). Autumn 2007, 2009, 2012, 2013 (Mount Vernon), This course focuses on the types of thinking and writing important to learning and practice in nursing including self assessment, understanding and producing written communication, abstract thinking, group dialogue, evaluating points of view, problem solving, and clinical decision making. BNURS 403 Evidence Based Practice for Clinical Inquiry (5 credits), Winter 2014; Spring 2014 (Everett) BNURS 409 Nursing Strategies for Community as Client (6 credits). Winter/Spring 2003 Clinical course. Emphasis on application of interpersonal and clinical therapies; on coordination of community resources; on effectiveness of educational interventions; and on characteristics of nursing practice in community settings. Supervised students in gerontologic nursing settings including Senior Centers, Retirement Communities, Home Health Care, Hospice Care Assisted Living Facilities and Adult Family Homes. BNURS 450 Connected Learning (1 credit) Learning community seminar integrating academic, professional and personal issues. BNURS 495 Senior Portfolio (1 credit) 2013, 7 students BNURS 497B Rhetorical Reading and Writing for Academic Success (2 credits), Autumn, BNURS 498 Independent Study (1-5 credits). 2008, 2010, 2014 Supervision of undergraduate student project. 2 students in NOTE: Additional courses taught and graduate students mentored in previous academic appointments at the University of Rochester, University of Wisconsin Madison and Marquette University are available by request. Research Supervision of MN Students Chairperson for 25 MN students and Committee member for 25 MN students between Amy Haverland : Chairperson, Master s Project Committee Joy Toth, Critical Thinking: Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes in Contemporary Nursing Education Lisa Zerby, Evidence-Based Practice Module to Enhance RN-to-BSN Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes Regarding Patient Safety : Member, Master s Project Committee HIV/AIDS Program Assessment: Community-Participatory Research Dianne Caraway (C.Wade, Chair) Martha Kahugo, (N. Kenworthy, Chair) Renee Reynolds, (A. Stone, Chair) : Chairperson, Master s Project Committee
10 Page 10 Susan Bayes, Registered Nurse Refresher Programs Analysis. Diana Davidson, Developing a Health Promotion Module for Student Nurses in a Baccalaureate Program Julie Samms, Systematic Orientation to the Clinical Site for Nursing Students Tracey Vanderaegen-Jones, A Program Evaluation of an R.N. Residency Perioperative Consortium in Alaska State : Member, Master s Project Committee Boyd, K. (Westbrook, Chair) Alternative Pathway Dallenbach, C. (Ezeonwu, Chair), A Pre-Simulation Module for Nursing Students: Managing Postpartum Hemorrhage Olsoe, K. (Leppa, Chair), Alternative Pathway : Nurse Educator Portfolio Chairperson, Master s Project Committee Linda Baughman, Scholarly Inquiry of the Nurse Educator Preparation for Associate Degree Nursing Programs Nimo Hussein, Health disparities, primary care and health system needs in Somaliland Carolyn Shull, New Nurses Perceptions of Mentoring Needs During Their Transition to Practice Donna Wahbeh, Students Perspectives on the ATI Modules for Skills Lab Instruction Member, Master s Project Committee Cynthia Irwin (Ezeonwu, Chair), Role Specific, In-Situ Simulations: A Way to Improve Teamwork and Care for the Emergency Cesarean Section Patient. Judy Lewis (Sikma, Chair), Mentoring in Nursing Leadership Gosia Mazewska (Wade, Chair), Nurse Mentoring in the Emergency Department. Chitra Sharifian (Sikma Chair), Care for the Geriatric Hip Fracture Patient on Medical Surgical Units: An Education Program for Staff Nurses Chairperson, Master s Project Committees: Samantha Girard, Perceived Value of the RN to BSN Degree Terry Heldreth, Perceptions of Associate Degree Prepared Nurses of RN-BSN Education : Member, Master s Project Committees: Linda Baughman, (Mohammed, Chair) Pita Pollom Nims, Moral Distress in the Intensive Care-A Replication Study (Leppa, Chair) Member, Masters Project Committee: Dana Scharfenberg, Decision making tool for new, local registered nurse graduates to facilitate a good job fit with local health care facilities (Leppa, Chair) Anna Sterner, Needs assessment for family support in a neuro-intensive care unit.(petry, Chair) Chairperson, Master s Project Committees: Katie Adamson, Integrating human patient simulation into the nursing curriculum at community and technical colleges in Washington State: Faculty experiences, barriers and facilitators Wendy Murchie, Rapid response team implementation project at Childrens Hospital and Regional Medical Center in Seattle Member, Masters Project Committee Reiko Torgeson, Comparison of Standard Temperature Measurement in Oncology Patients with Neutropenic Fevers (Westbrook, Chair) Chairperson, Master s Project Committees
11 Page 11 Melissa Cate, Effectiveness of individualized postpartum education on perceived discharge readiness and perinatal outcomes after uncomplicated vaginal or cesarean birth of a healthy singleton infant. Pamela Christensen, Adolescent health related quality of life and satisfaction with care in the first year after diagnosis with inflammatory bowel disease Member, Master s Project Committees Member, Masters Project Committee Jim Mitre, Feasibility assessment of a multispecialty clinical teaching team: A new approach to academicpractice collaboration for nursing education in the pediatric clinical setting (Sikma, Chair) Brenda Thorsen, Field testing a tool to measure childrens abilities to use inhaled asthma medications (Kovalesky, Chair) Chairperson, Master s Project Committees Pru Arnquist, The nurse practitioner s experience of transition to advanced practice Linda Olson, Pediatric telephone triage: An assessment of home care dispositions Member, Master s Project Committees: Kathy Hare, Empowerment and excitement of assistant managers at Harborview Medical Center (Sikma, Chair) Beth Kim, Relationship of spirituality with subjective quality of life and objective quality of care among residents in assisted living ( Leppa, Chair) Cathy Surerus, Transition from graduate nurse to professional nurse as experienced at a magnet hospital Cindy Weber, On-line support for novice nurses (Leppa, Chair) Chairperson, Master s Project Committee: Nancy McAfee, Nurses perceptions of the work environment in a children s hospital Ellen Noel, Comparing two methods of feeding patients after elective intestinal surgery Member, Master s Project Committee: Cari Copeland, Taking care of ourselves: Development of a self-care program for RNs; (Leppa, Chair) Sandra Wyrick, Beliefs and attitudes of senior associate degree nursing students regarding obesity and caring for obese patients (Kovalesky, Chair) Chairperson, Master s Project Committee Lisa Betz Peters, Critical thinking in clinical practice: The role of the preceptor. Bente Dalby, Telehealth nurses documentation: Reflection of nursing process and clinical judgment Vicky Hansen & Candace Whedon, Tool development for attracting students to Everett CC Nursing program with special attention to males and underrepresented groups Karen Johnston, How to affect a positive change in school culture: A pilot study to identify what motivates and supports bullying behaviors; Member, Masters Project Committee
12 Page 12 Neva Drake, C.N.A. students perceptions of nursing; (Kovalesky, Chair) Cathi Santi, Mentor program development for ESL nursing students using RNs of the same ethnicity (Loustau, Chair)
W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing RN-BSN/MSN Student Handbook 2015-2016 Michelle Mijares BSN 14 Gary Fassler BSN 08, MSN 11 Contents ~~~ 1 Message from the Dean 2 W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing 2 Mission
THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER Accreditation Self-Study for BSN Program Submitted to: The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) August 8, 2014 TABLE OF CONTENTS (VOLUME I)
MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF NURSING PROGRAM MODIFICATION TO THE SOUTH CAROLINA COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION TO REOPEN RN to BSN PROGRAM Date of Submission: May 1, 2014 Program Contact:
HAROLD ABEL SCHOOL OF SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) Clinical Psychology Specialization PROGRAM OVERVIEW Fall 2013 Capella University 225 South Sixth Street, Ninth Floor Minneapolis,
Required attachments for New Programs Requiring State Approval Rationale Statement Virginia's population is anticipated to grow by a million in the next two decades exceedingly faster than the projected
Washburn University School of Nursing Washburn University School of Nursing Online RN to BSN Curriculum Revision Program Proposal Table of Contents Program Proposal Introduction... 3 Mission of the School
Viewbook [ 2014 2015 ] chamberlain.edu Volume VI 2014-15 Viewbook Addendum Chamberlain College of Nursing requires applicants and students to check for updates to their printed Viewbook at: chamberlain.edu/catalog
University of Rhode Island School Psychology Graduate Program Handbook Ph.D. Program in School Psychology 2013-2014 Ph.D. Program Handbook, 2013-2014, p. 2 Contents Page 1. Welcome and Introduction 4 2.
Master Degree Programs for Educators Living and Working Overseas Traditional Class Setting C. Louis Cedrone International Education Center 100 State Street Framingham, MA 01701 508.626.4964 www.framingham.edu
the gator Summer summer 2008 volume XI, Number 1 nurse the newsletter for the alumni of the uf college of nursing Innovation through Collaboration: UF and VA partner to address nursing shortage, education
Western Michigan University College of Health & Human Services Bronson School of Nursing 2013-2014 RN-BSN Student Handbook Table of Contents Introduction... 1 State Board Approval and Accreditations...
COLUMBIA School of SOCIAL WORK Make waves. Move mountains. Change lives. 2014-2015 STUDENT Handbook CSSW Student Handbook 2014-2015 The Columbia University School of Social Work Student Handbook 2014-2015
Oregon Framework for Teacher and Administrator Evaluation and Support Systems Revised for 2014 2015 State Guidelines for ESEA Waiver & SB 290 OREGON DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 255 Capitol St, NE, Salem, OR
Montana School Counseling Program Montana School Counselor Association 2004 www.mtschoolcounselor.org Foreword In June 2001, The Montana Board of Public Education published a revision of the Accreditation
CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF NURSING RN-BSN STUDENT HANDBOOK Faculty Advisor: Phone: Email: Revised: Fall 2014 i TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction... 1 Faculty and Staff... 1 Faculty
Over 115 years of excellence in nursing education and caring for the health of the community. BSN and MSN Nursing Program Catalog 01-015 Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing Nursing Program Catalog The BSN
Lake Erie College Academic Program Review for Psychology School of Arts, Humanities and Social Science I. Strategic Directions for Lake Erie College (Limit: 2 pages) [20%] LEC Mission, Institutional Characteristics
President s Report Supplement Program Listing and View of IOM Finances 2012 EDITION TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Contents Letter from the President 2 Degrees of Impact 11 President s Office and Executive Office
The Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice October 20, 2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary 3 Background 5 Nursing Education 6 The Discipline of Nursing 7 Assumptions
Clinical Health Psychology Specialty Program Mission Mayo Clinic has three missions: To provide the best patient care through integrated practice of patient care, education and research. Our fellowship
Fall 2013 THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS SCHOOL OF EDUCATION ALUMNI MAGAZINE PHOTO BY PAULA NAUGHTIN Online and Hybrid Classes to Reach a New Generation of Leaders (Page 4) Educational Testing Service Expands
West Virginia University School of Nursing RN-BSN Undergraduate Handbook Academic Year 2014-2015 Table of Contents Vision and Mission... 3 Baccalaureate of Science (BSN) in Nursing Program Description...
PROGRAM REVITALIZATION: STRATEGIES for SURVIVAL Published by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) 5600 N. River Road, Suite 720, Rosemont IL 60018 Phone: 773.714.8880
NACNEP National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice Addressing New Challenges Facing Nursing Education: Solutions for a Transforming Healthcare Environment Eighth Annual Report To the Secretary
EMPLOYMENT GUIDE Information on Nurse Practitioners A collaborative project of the WisTREC Utilization Committee initiated by the Wisconsin AHEC System and funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.