1 Michele Raquel Davidson, PhD, CNM, RN Education 1998 PhD in Nursing Administration with a focus in health care administration. Dissertation: Outcomes of nurse midwifery care in a high-risk population. George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia Master's of Nursing Degree in Nurse Midwifery. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio Bachelor of Science in Nursing. George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia Associate Degree in Nursing. Marymount University, Arlington, Virginia. Teaching Experience 1999-current George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia Associate Professor of Nursing and Forensic Science in the graduate nursing program. Associate Faculty Member in Women s Studies. Developed Women s Health Issues (WMST 300/WMST 500) courses in the Women s Studies Department. Developed an immersion community health program for senior nursing students on Smith Island, Maryland. Developed the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Forensic Nursing Marymount University, Arlington, Virginia Adjunct faculty in the obstetrical nursing and fundamental courses in the undergraduate nursing program Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH Instructor/Bachelor of Nursing Program. Responsible for teaching medical-surgical nursing in the laboratory setting. Business Experience 2003-current Smith Island Foundation Ashburn, VA Founder and executive director. Provides leadership, coordinates programming, and oversees services for non-profit organization that provides health education and children s programs for residents on Smith Island.
2 1990-current Women's Health Care Services, Ashburn, VA. Nurse Consultant providing private, in-home maternal-infant patient education services and classes, including lactation consultation, labor and delivery instruction, and breastfeeding education classes. Administrative consulting for nursing issues. Additional Educational Programs/Certifications 2006 Certified Forensic Nurse Certification American College of Forensic Examiners 2001 Certified Nurse Midwife First Assist Program American College of Nurse Midwives, Washington, D.C Lactation Consultant Training Program Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Clinical Experience Women s Healthcare Associates of Loudoun, Lansdowne, Virginia Provide full scope nurse midwifery services in a private practice setting. Implemented a research program for the practice. Oversee and direct all research studies Progressive Nursing Agency, Springfield, Virginia Employed as an agency nurse in a variety of women's health clinical settings and varying hospitals Warrenton Women's Care, Warrenton, Virginia Employed as a nurse midwife in a full scope nurse midwifery position performing deliveries in a Level I hospital Columbia Hospital for Women, Washington, D.C. Employed as a nurse midwife performing full scope nurse midwifery care including the management of high-risk clients. Performed approximately 250 deliveries in both an alternative birthing center and the traditional hospital setting Greenbriar OB/GYN, Inc., Sterling, Virginia Employed as a nurse midwife providing gynecology/well woman care, antepartum and postpartum care in a private practice setting University Hospitals of Cleveland, Cleveland, OH Registered Nurse (Gynecology/Oncology/Labor and Delivery).
3 Columbia Hospital for Women Medical Center, Washington D.C. Registered Nurse (Postpartum, Nursery, Gynecology Med-Surg). Nurse Clinician, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Division. Honors 1996 March of Dimes Nurse Midwifery Award in recognition for outstanding nurse midwifery care to vulnerable populations. Research Activities 2008 Low Risk Cesarean Section: A Decision Tree Analysis Homicide via cesarean: An Exploration of Maternal Deaths Border-Crossing Rapes: A Phenomenological Exploration 2003 Outcomes of a Spirituality-Based Crisis Pregnancy Intervention Program 2002 Incidence of Hypertension, Diabetes and Hypercholesterolemia on Smith Island. College of Nursing and Health Science Intramural Research Grant Implementing Story-telling as a Primary Teaching Method The lived experience of childbearing on Smith Island. College of Nursing and Health Science Intramural Research Grant Outcomes from the First Year of a Lactation Support Program Measuring Labor Length and Pain in Primipara Korean Women Treated by San Yin-Jiao (SP-6) Pressure The lived experiences of certified nurse midwive s own perceptions of their birthing experiences. Primary researcher. College of Nursing and Health Science Research Grant Fitness & nutritional analysis of baccalaureate and health science students. Co-researcher. College of Nursing and Health Science research Grant Outcomes of nurse midwifery care in a high risk population. Doctoral Disseratation Comparison of intrauterine verses intracervical insemination success rates: Measuring pregnancy outcomes. Research assistant Assessing depression in pregnant adolescent teens. Research assistant. Creative Scholarly Activities 2006 Developed the Forensic Nursing Program as a graduate certificate program at George Mason University Developed an immersion clinical experience for Clinical Nurse Specialist students on Smith Island, Maryland Developed a writing workshop for graduate nursing students to achieve publication in a major nursing journal Developed an immersion clinical site at Smith Island, Maryland, that will encompass research activities, preventative screening programs, and health education for island residents.
4 2001 Identified storytelling as a primary teaching method for women s health issues course to enable students to share experiences related to course content. Written requirements also incorporate this method into course Encouraged professional development by participating with students in preparing a poster presentation for a state public health conference Implemented the Risk Watch Program (an injury prevention program for school age children) as a requirement for the junior level community health clinical Implemented community service as part of the community health clinical. Provided an opportunity for nursing students to work for 8 hours with an advanced practice nurse to enable them to see advanced practice roles. Professional Memberships 2006-current International Association of Forensic Nurses, Virginia and National chapter current American College of Forensic Examiners Mead Johnson Speaker s Bureau. Serve as expert panel member and speaker for maternal-child issues American College of Nurse Midwives Certification Council, Exam Designer/Reviewer for National Certification Exam. Evaluate and write national certification examination questions current American College of Nurse Midwives, Member; National Organization and Virginia Chapter current Glaxco-Welcome Speaker s Bureau. Provide educational workshops for other nurses, physicians, and other health care providers; Expert panel member for Herpes Simplex Virus current Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners; Member American College of Nurse Midwives, Vice Chairperson and Program Coordinator of D.C. Chapter present Member of the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses present Member of Sigma Theta Tau, International Society of Nursing. Faculty Advisor Peer Reviewed Publications Ladewig, P.L., London, M.L., & Davidson, M.R. (2010). Contemporary maternalnewborn nursing care. (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Ladewig, P.L., London, M.L., & Davidson, M.R. (2010). Handbook of contemporary maternal-newborn nursing care. (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Ladewig, P.L., London, M.L., & Davidson, M.R. (2010). Workbook of contemporary maternal-newborn nursing care. (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health.
5 Davidson, M.R. (2009). Antepartum review. In Ohman, K. RN NCLEX Review Series. Philadelphia: Lippincott. Davidson, M.R. (2009). Intrapartum review. In Ohman, K. RN NCLEX Review Series. Philadelphia: Lippincott. Davidson, M.R. (2009). Postpartum review. In Ohman, K. RN NCLEX Review Series. Philadelphia: Lippincott. Davidson, M.R. (2009). Newborn review. In Ohman, K. RN NCLEX Review Series. Philadelphia: Lippincott. Davidson, M.R., Ladewig, P.L., & London, M.L. (2008). Old's maternal-newborn nursing across the lifespan (8th ed). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Davidson, M.R., Ladewig, P.L., & London, M.L. (2008). Handbook for Old's maternalnewborn nursing across the lifespan (8th ed). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Davidson, M.R., Ladewig, P.L., & London, M.L. (2008). Workbook for Old's maternalnewborn nursing across the lifespan (8th ed). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Davidson, M.R. (2007). Biogen. In Colditz, G.A. (2007). Encyclopedia of Cancer & Society. London: Sage Publications. Davidson, M.R. (2007). Family size. In Colditz, G.A. (2007). Encyclopedia of Cancer & Society. London: Sage Publications. Davidson, M.R. (2007). Vaccine workers. In Colditz, G.A. (2007). Encyclopedia of Cancer & Society. London: Sage Publications. Davidson, M.R. (2007). Calgene. In Colditz, G.A. (2007). Encyclopedia of Cancer & Society. London: Sage Publications. Davidson, M.R. (2007). Childhood Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. In Colditz, G.A. (2007). Encyclopedia of Cancer & Society. London: Sage Publications. Davidson, M.R. (2007). Neurofibromatosis. In Colditz, G.A. (2007). Encyclopedia of Cancer & Society. London: Sage Publications. Ladewig, P.L., London, M.L., & Davidson, M.R. (2005). Contemporary maternalnewborn nursing care. (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health.
6 Ladewig, P.L., London, M.L., & Davidson, M.R. (2005). Handbook of contemporary maternal-newborn nursing care. (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Ladewig, P.L., London, M.L., & Davidson, M.R. (2005). Workbook of contemporary maternal-newborn nursing care. (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Olds, S.B., Ladewig, P.A.W., London, M.L., & Davidson, M.R.. (2004). Maternal Newborn nursing: A family and community based approach. (7 th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Davidson, M.R. (2004). Women s Social Issues. In. Olds, S.B., Ladewig, P.A.W., London, M.L., & Davidson, M.R.M. Maternal newborn nursing: A family and community-based approach. (7 th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Davidson, M.R. (2004). Preparation for parenthood. In. Olds, S.B., Ladewig, P.A.W., London, M.L., & Davidson, M.R.M. Maternal newborn nursing: A family and th community-based approach. (7 ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Davidson, M.R. (2004). Processes and stages of labor and birth. In. Olds, S.B., Ladewig, P.A.W., London, M.L., Davidson, M.R.M. Maternal newborn nursing: A th family and community-based approach. (7 ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Davidson, M.R. (2004). Pain management during birth. In Olds, S.B., Ladewig, P.A.W., London, M.L., & Davidson, M.R.M.. Maternal newborn nursing: A family and community-based approach. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Davidson, M.R. (2004). Birth-related procedures. In. Olds, S.B., Ladewig, P.A.W., London, M.L., & Davidson, M.R.M. Maternal newborn nursing: A family and community-based approach. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Davidson, M.R. (2004). The childbearing family and cultural considerations. In. Olds, S.B., Ladewig, P.A.W., London, M.L., & Davidson, M.R.M. Maternal newborn nursing: A family and community-based approach. (7 th ed.) Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health. Davidson, M.R. (2003). Contraception update: The latest hormonal options. Clinician Reviews, 13(6) Davidson, M.R. (2003). Pharmacological management of osteoporosis. Journal of Midwifery and Women s Health, February, Davidson, M.R. (2003). Resources for clinicians: Osteoporosis for practitioners. Journal of Midwifery and Women s Health. February, Pawloski, L.R. & Davidson, M.R. (2003). Effectiveness of fitness and nutrition intervention program among female baccalaureate nursing students. Nurse Education in Practice., Davidson, M.R. & DeSimone, E. (2002). Osteoporosis: Where we are, where we are going. Clinician Reviews. Davidson, M.R. (2002). Outcomes of nurse midwifery care: Examining a high risk population. Journal of Midwifery & Women s Health. January, Davidson, M.R. (October, 2001). The nurse practitioner s role in diagnosing and facilitating treatment in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder. The American Journal of Nurse Practitioners, pp
7 Feeg, V., Sears, W., Levine, B., Pawloski, L., Young, A., Kodakek, M. & Davidson, M. (2001). Educational symposium: Assisting new mothers with infant feeding when breastfeeding is not an option. Pediatric Nursing, 27(1), Davidson, M.R. (2001). Uterine fibroids. Clinicians Review, 11(6), Davidson M.R. (2000). How to recognize a real nurse. Nursing. 30(4):92. Davidson MR. Sharing. How to recognize a real nurse... from "Stories: not a male nurse, a real nurse," by Michele R. Davidson RN, MSN, CNM, in Nursing Forum. Copyright 1996 Nursecom, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Reprinted with permission. 30(4):92, 2000 Apr. Davidson, M. (2000). Maintaining competency in obstetrical nursing. Journal of International Nursing (Japanese Version), 23(5), Davidson, M.R. (1997). Incident to" payment under Medicare. Quickening 28(5)1. Davidson, M.R. (1996). Examining separated symphysis pubis. Journal of Nurse Midwifery, 41(1), 1-4. Davidson, M.R. (1996). Not a male nurse, a real nurse. Nursing Forum, 31(4), 28. In Progress Davidson, M.R. (2009). Episiotomy: Implications for Nurses. Nursing in Women s Health. Davidson, M.R. (2010). Anti-depressants. In Green Encyclopedia of Health. Davidson, M.R. (2010). Anti-cholesterol agents. In Green Encyclopedia of Health. Davidson, M.R. (2010). Estrogen Replacement. In Green Encyclopedia of Healtlh. Other Publications Davidson, M.R. (January, 2003). Advances in Contraception. Nursing Spectrum, p.11. Davidson, M. (2002). Community Health in Non-traditional settings: The Smith Island Immersion Experience. Dimensions, (9), 6,20. Davidson M. (May 20, 2002). Advanced practice. Understanding cholesterol. Nursing Spectrum (Washington, Dc/Baltimore Metro Edition). 12(10):10. Pawloski, L. & Davidson, M. (May, 2002). The importance of nutrition in advanced practice nursing. Part 2. Nursing Spectrum. Davidson, M. & Pawloski, L. (April 22, 2002). The importance of nutrition in advanced nursing practice. Part 1. Nursing Spectrum, 12(8), 6-7. Davidson, M. (March 11, 2002). Smith Island Clinic goes beyond traditional community health. Nursing Spectrum, 12(5), 6-7. Davidson, M. (January 14, 2002). A look at second degree nursing programs. Nursing Spectrum,. Davidson, M. (December 3, 2001). Not so frightening facts about post-traumatic stress disorder. Nursing Spectrum, 11(24),
8 Davidson, M. (September 10, 2001). Nonsurgical treatment option for women with uterine fibroids. Nursing Spectrum, 11(18DC), Davidson, M. (September 24, 2001). Coping with grief after tragedy strikes the nation. Nursing Spectrum, 11(19DC), 7-8. Davidson, M. (2000). Advanced practice nursing: Midwifery. Vital Signs,6(3), 5, Apr. Davidson, M. (2000). Professional nursing: Midwifery: Integrating culture and childbirth expectations. Dimensions, 7, Intrapartum Management for Nurse Practitioners Professional Presentations Invited Guest Lecturer. George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia Beyond traditional roles: Advanced practice in a rural setting. Invited Guest Lecturer: George Mason University Clinical Nurse Specialists Program Forensic Nursing: Roles of the Forensic Nurse in the Identification of Abused and Neglected Children. Keynote Speaker: Rainbow Foundation Mother s Milk: Nutritional Benefits of Nursing. Invoted Guest Lecture: Human Nutrition Course: George Mason University Expanding community health beyond traditional settings: Implementation of the Smith Island immersion experience. Poster Presentation: Virginia Public Health Association. Fairfax, VA Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation. Jeremiah House, Hamilton, Virginia Intrapartum Management for Nurse Practitioners Invited Guest Lecturer. George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia Alternative options in childbirth. (Mead Johnson Speaker) Loudoun Hospital Continuing Education Program. Landsdowne, VA Fitness and Nutritional Status of Baccalaureate and Health Science Students. Mosby s Faculty Development Institute Las Vegas, NV 2001 Pathophysiology of High Risk Obstetrics. Invited Guest Lecturer George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia 2001 Prenatal & Infant Care for New Mothers. Jeremiah House, Hamilton, Virginia 2000 Utilizing technology task force to ensure competency proficiency. Accepted at: 5 th National Conference for Nurse Educators: Assessing Program Outcomes. Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana The role of the registered nurse in intrapartum and postpartum Invited Guest Lecturer George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia 2000 Intrapartum and emergency antepartum care for the nurse practitioner. Family Nurse Practitioner Program
9 George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia 2000 Perimenopause and Beyond Women's 57 Club, Youngstown, OH 1999 Intrapartum and Emergency Antepartum Care Family Nurse Practitioner Program George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 1999 Obstetrical Management: The Role of the Registered Nurse George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 1999 Midwifery Care of the High Risk Patient: Rural Health Care Perspectives. Virginia Rural Health Association Annual Conference Petersburg, Virginia 1999 Outcomes of Nurse Midwifery Care in a High Risk Population. Georgetown University Nursing Scholars Day, Washington, D.C Psychosocial Aspects of STD Counseling. (Glaxo-Welcome Speaker s Bureau), Reston, Virginia 1997 Spontaneous Abortions, Terminations, Postpartum Examinations and Intrapartum Management. Post-Master's Adult Nurse Practitioner Program. George Washington University, Washington, D.C. University Service Member of Tenure, Promotion, & Retention Committee Member of Social Affairs Committee Member of Student Affairs Committee 2003 Member of University Diversity Committee 2003 Chairperson, Social Affairs Committee 2002 Chairperson of Student Affairs Committee Technology Task Force Member. Served on the Technology Task Force within the CNHS to enhance student retention of technological nursing skills current GMU Speaker s Bureau CNHS Faculty Phonathon Chairperson. Raised the most contributions of any faculty member within the university current Associate Faculty; Women s Studies Program current CNHS Committees: Alumni and Student Affairs Committees current GMU Career Connections Participant. Community Service 2003-current Smith Island Foundation, Founder and Executive Director of a non-profit organization that aims to enhance community health education and provides children s programming Jeremiah House Maternity Home; Provide educational instruction on maternal-child issues to residents. Provide antepartum and intrapartum nurse-midwifery services Loudoun County Public Schools. Conduct hearing and vision screens per state testing guidelines.
10 Smith Island. Conduct screening clinics, health teaching programs, elementary school health teaching programs, and an annual environmental clean-up program Children s Friendship Project of Northern Ireland. Served as host family for two children participating in the program. Contribute annual childbirth and breastfeeding education classes for silent auction to benefit the program.
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