Current Scholarly and Research Activity

2016

2015

Sherry Farra

Farra, S. L., & Miller, E.L. (2015). Virtual reality and disaster training:  Translation to practice. Nurse Education In Practice, 15(1), 53-57. doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2013.08.017 (R)

Smith, S., Farra, S., Dempsey, A., & Arms, D. (2015).  Preparing nursing students for leadership using a disaster-related simulation. Nurse Educator, 40(4), 212-216. doi: 10.1097/NNE.0000000000000143 (R) Published

Farra, S., Smith, S., Gillespie, G., Nicely, S., Ulrich, D., Hodgson, E., & French, D. (2015). Decontamination training: With and without virtual reality. Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal, 37(2,) 125-133. doi: 10.1097/TME.0000000000000059 (R) In Press Available online

Nicely, S., & Farra, S.  (2015). Fostering learning through interprofessional virtual  reality simulation development [Innovation Center]. Nursing Education Perspectives, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5480/13-1240  (R) Published

Published

Farra, S., Smith, S., French, D., & Gillespie, G. (in-press). Development of an assessment instrument to evaluate performance of the skill of decontamination.
Nurse Education Today (R)  Published Abstract

Smith, S., & Farra, S.L. (2014).  The use of virtual reality simulation for decontamination training with undergraduate nursing students. [Abstract] Simulation in Healthcare, 9(6), 431. (R) In Press Available online

Published

Presentations:

2015  “The Use of Virtual Reality Simulation for Decontamination Training with Undergraduate Nursing Students”. International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH 2015). International/interprofessional, Conference Poster Presentation of Abstract, New Orleans, LA .

2015 “Evaluating of the Student Experience Using Virtual Realty Simulation to Teach decontamination.” 14th Annual INACSL Conference.  International Conference, Research Podium Presentation, Atlanta, GA.

2015 “The National Disaster Health Consortium.” Nurse’s Day at the Statehouse. Regional conference, Podium Presentation, Columbus, OH.

2015 “Decontamination Training: With and Without Virtual Reality Simulation”.  Midwest Nursing Research Society 2015 Annual Research Conference. Regional Conference, Podium Presentation, Indianapolis, IN.

2015 “Preparing Nursing Students to Care for Patients in a Disaster using Virtual Reality   Simulation (VRS).”  10th Bi-Annual Greater Dayton Area Nursing Research Symposium. Local Conference, Podium Presentation, Dayton, OH.

Grants:

09/30/2014- 09/29/2015
AHRQ  1 R18 HS023149-01 “Effects of Virtual Reality Simulation on Worker Emergency Evacuation of Neonates”. Funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Primary Investigator:  Sherry Farra
$246,957
(second of three years)

9/2015-8/2016
“Virtual Reality Strategies in Nursing  Co-PI: Smith & Farra $21,827
Education: Effectiveness in Teaching Nursing Students Decontamination Procedures”. Funded by National League for Nursing Research Grant

7/2015-6/2018
Veteran’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing   Project Director Dr. Smith $332,182.00
Program.  Funded by HRSA
My Role:  Key Personnel    
(1st of 3 years)


Sherrill Smith

Research/Grants  

Funded

Herschberger, P. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration ‘Integrated SBIRT Training for Medicine, Nursing, Counseling, and Clinical Psychology for Students and Residents’ in the amount of $315,000. September 2015-September 2016. Role: Council of Directors, Nursing Site Coordinator (10% effort).

Smith, S. Nurse Education, Practice Quality and Retention-Veteran’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program award from Health Resources and Service Administration in the amount of $954,117 July 1, 2015. Role: Project Director

Smith, S., & Farra, S. “Virtual Reality Strategies in Nursing Education: Effectiveness in Teaching Nursing Students Decontamination Procedures.” Zeta Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau award of $2000 June 2015. Role: PI

Smith, S. & Farra, S. 2015 National League for Nursing Ruth-Donnelly-Corcoran Award for study “Virtual Reality Strategies in Nursing Education: Effectiveness in Teaching Nursing Students Decontamination Procedures” in the amount of $21, 827 June 2015. Role: PI

Publications   

Articles:

Farra, S., Smith, S., Gillespie, G., & French, D. (2015, April published on-line). Development of an assessment instrument to evaluate performance of the skill of decontamination. Nurse Education Today. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2015.04.010 R

Smith, S., Farra, S., Dempsey, A., & Arms, D. (2015). Preparing nursing students for leadership using a disaster-related simulation. Nurse Educator, 40(4), 212-216.. doi: 10.1097/NNE.0000000000000143 R

Farra, S., Smith, S., Gillespie, G., Nicely, S., Ulrich, D., Hodgson, E., & French, D. (2015). Decontamination training: With and without virtual reality. Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal, 37(2), 125-133. R

Paper / Podium

Evaluation of the Student Experience Using Virtual Reality to Teach Decontamination. Paper presentation with Dr. Sharon Farra at the 14th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference, June 13, 2015, Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, GA.

Decontamination Training: With and Without Virtual Reality Simulation. Paper presented with Dr. Sharon Farra and Dr. Deborah Ulrich at 39th annual Midwest Nursing Research Society conference, April 17, 2015. Indianapolis Marriott Downton, Indianapolis, IN.

Posters

The use of virtual reality simulation for decontamination training with undergraduate nursing students. Research Poster Professor Rounds presented with Dr. Sharon Farra at the 2015 15th International Meeting on Simulation and Healthcare (IMSH 2015), January 13, 2015, New Orleans, LA.


John R. Cutcliffe, PhD.

  1. Cutcliffe, J.R., Santos, J.C., Kozel, B., Taylor, P. & Lees, D. (2015) Raiders of the Lost Art: Have Psychiatric/Mental Health nurses lost, forgotten or abandoned the therapeutic use of self? The case of acute psychiatric settings in the United Kingdom, Portugal, Canada, Switzerland, Germany and Australia. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 24, 375-385.

    journal impact :  H Index 33   Impact factor: 1.95  journal ranked 5/107.
     
  2. Cutcliffe, J.R. & Cleary, M. (2015) Nursing Leadership, missing questions and the elephant(s) in the room: Problematizing the discourse on nursing leadership. Issues in Mental Health Nursing,  online viewing only at this stage

    journal impact factor:  H Index of 38
     
  3. Cleary, M., Hungerford, C. & Cutcliffe, J.R. (2015) Towards effective management in mental health nursing: The dangers and consequences of micromanagement. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 36, 424-429.

    journal impact factor:    H index 38
     
  4. Cutcliffe, J.R., Hummelvol, J.K., Granerud, A. & Erickson, B. (2015) Mental Health nurses and responding to suffering in the 21st century occidental world: Accompanying people on their search for meaning. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 29, 19-25.

    journal impact :   Impact factor  0.852

International Consortium of Suicide Research: View Poster


Marie A. Bashaw, DNP

  1. Bashaw, M. (2015). Guideline Implementation: Autologous Tissue Management. AORN Journal 102, pp. 270-283. doi: 10.1016/j.aorn.2015.07.003

16th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH 2016).  January 16 – 20, 2016 San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, California, USA. Poster Presentations:

  1. Development and Evaluation of an Interprofessional Disaster Simulation – Dr. Sherrill Smith, Dr. Sherry Farra, Dr. Marie Bashaw
     
  2. Development and Validation of an Instrument to Measure Impact of a Team STEPPS Essentials Presentation on Nursing Students’ Team Operations Performance – Dr. Sherry Farra, Dr. Sherrill Smith, Dr. Marie Bashaw
  3. Impact of the TeamSTEPPS™ Essentials Course and Observation of Simulation with Debriefing on Senior Nursing Students’ Demonstration of Medical Teamwork Skills – Dr. Raymond Ten Eyck, Dr. Marie Bashaw, Dr. Sherrill Smith, Dr. Sherry Farra

Grant Awards

  1. PI – Marie Bashaw, The Evaluation of Coaching as an Evidence-based Intervention for Nurse Managers, CGEAN (Council on Graduate Education for Administration in Nursing), $2,500, 2013-2015, Grandview Medical Center, grant number 669670.
     
  2. PI – Marie Bashaw, CoI – Sherrill Smith, CoI – Sherry Farra; Impact of the TeamSTEPPS Essentials Course and Observation of Simulation with Debriefing on Senior Nursing Students’ Demonstration of Medical Teamwork in a High-Fidelity Simulation, Zeta Phi Chapter STTI, $1,530, Boonshoft School of Medicine/Kettering Health Network, 2015-2016.
     
  3. PI – Marie Bashaw, CoI – Anne Russell;  Mentoring Needs for Charge Nurses, WSU CoNH Seed Grant, $745, Kettering Health Network, 2014-2015.

2014

Grants

Marie Bashaw

Bashaw, M., & Russell, A. (2014). Mentoring needs for charge nurses. College of Nursing and Health Faculty Seed Grant, Wright State University, $745.

Maura Boesch

Eustace, R., & Boesch, M. (2014). Assimilating a global health nursing clinical experience for traditional BSN students. Seed grant from University Center for International Education, Wright State University, $1,204.81.

Tracy Brewer

Brewer, T., & Hammond, C. (2014). Assimilating low-fidelity simulation into a team-based learning class for understanding complex obstetrical concepts. Wright State University Teaching Innovation Grant, $5,964.

Brewer, T., & Kaylor, M. (2014). Nursing faculty beliefs and organizational readiness for curriculum  integration of evidence-based practice. Small Grants Program of Sigma Theta Tau International, $3,820.

Rosemary Eustace

Eustace, R., & Boesch, M. (2014). Assimilating a global health nursing clinical experience for traditional BSN students. Seed grant from University Center for International Education, Wright State University, $1,204.81.

Sharon Farra

Farra, S. (2014). Learning outcome measurement in nurse participants after national disaster health certification training. Association of Community Health Educators, $4,995.

Farra, S. (2014). Effects of virtual reality simulation on worker emergency evaluation of neonates. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, $246,957 for the period 9/30/14 – 9/29/15. (Total grant amount approximately $730,000).

Farra, S. (2014). Decontamination training: With and without virtual reality simulation. College of Nursing and Health Seed Grant, Wright State University, $2,000.

Farra, S., Nicely, S., Ulrich, D., Hodgson, E., & Smith, S. (2014). Decontamination training: With and without virtual reality simulation. Zeta Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, SC#5323 for the period 2013-2014, $1,000.

Crystal Hammond

Brewer, T., & Hammond, C. (2014). Assimilating low-fidelity simulation into a team-based learning class for understanding complex obstetrical concepts. Wright State University Teaching Innovation Grant, $5,964.

Anne Russell

Bashaw, M., & Russell, A. (2014). Mentoring needs for charge nurses. College of Nursing and Health Faculty Seed Grant, Wright State University, $745.

Sherrill Smith

Farra, S., Nicely, S., Ulrich, D., Hodgson, E., & Smith, S. (2014). Decontamination training: With and without virtual reality simulation. Zeta Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, SC#5323 for the period 2013-2014, $1,000.

Deborah Ulrich

Gillespie, G., & Ulrich, D. (2014). Workplace violence and bullying training for nursing students. CDC/National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, #200-2013-M-57090 for period 2013-2014, $67,542.

Farra, S., Nicely, S., Ulrich, D., Hodgson, E., & Smith, S. (2014). Decontamination training: With and without virtual reality simulation. Zeta Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, SC#5323 for the period 2013-2014, $1,000.


Presentations

Deborah Arms

Smith, S., Arms, D., Boesch, M., & Kirkpatrick, D. (2014). Transforming leadership education: Preparing BSN nurses for leadership using a disaster-related simulation. 13th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference, Orlando, FL.

Detrice Barry

Barry, D. (2014). Technology in health care: Today and tomorrow. Virtual Technology Mini Conference (VTechCon) for Women in STEMM

Barry, D., & Akers, D. (2014). Take charge! Toolkit for consumer health care road for life. Hemophilia Federation of America 20th Anniversary Education Symposium, Tampa, FL.

Marie Bashaw

Bashaw, M. (2014). The evaluation of coaching as an evidence-based intervention for nurse managers. Association of Perioperative Room Nurses Convention and Expo, Chicago, IL.

Bashaw, M. (2014). The evaluation of coaching as an evidence-based intervention for nurse managers. 40th Anniversary of the Wright State University-Miami Valley College of Nursing/30th Anniversary of Zeta Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Conference, The Art and Science of Nursing, Dayton, OH.

Maura Boesch

Eustace, R., & Boesch, M. (2014). Photovoice methodology: An active teaching strategy in community/public health nursing clinical practice. 40th Anniversary of the Wright State University-Miami Valley College of Nursing/30th Anniversary of Zeta Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Conference, The Art and Science of Nursing, Dayton, OH.

Boesch, M., & O’Malley, P. (2014). The art and science of nursing: Point, counterpoint. 40th Anniversary of the Wright State University-Miami Valley College of Nursing/30th Anniversary of Zeta Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Conference, The Art and Science of Nursing, Dayton, OH.

Smith, S., Arms, D., Boesch, M., & Kirkpatrick, D. (2014). Transforming leadership education: Preparing BSN nurses for leadership using a disaster-related simulation. 13th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference, Orlando, FL.

Tracy Brewer

Brewer, T., & Collins, M. (2014). Understanding clinical manifestations and nursing implications in adolescent and young adults’ use of synthetic cannabinoids. 24th Annual Society of Pediatric Nurses Conference: Blazing Trails to Improve Child Health, Scottsdale, AZ.

Peyton, E., Steele-Johnson, D. Brewer, T. Ulrich, D., Parmelee, D., & Juvina, I. (2014). Examining shared leadership and decision-making as processes that underpin team-based learning’s relationship with academic performance. 13th Annual Team-Based Learning Collaborative Conference, Ft. Worth, TX.

Kaylor, M., & Brewer, T. (2014). Readiness for evidence-based practice by community/public health nurses. Association of Community Health Nurse Educators Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Brewer, T., & Long, L. (2014). Superhero evidence: Does your literature have the strength to support your practice change? Research Louisville Conference, Louisville, KY.

Brewer, T., & Collins, M. (2014). A snapshot of synthetic substances: Nursing implications for patients suspected of psychoactive drug use. Nursing Grand Rounds, Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH.

Brewer, T. (2014). Critical appraisal of systematic reviews. Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH.

Brewer, T. (2014). Awakening a spirit of inquiry: Let the evidence-based practice journey begin. Evidence-Based Practice Lecture Series, Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH.

Brewer, T. (2014). A review of clinical manifestations in adolescent and young adults after use of synthetic cannabinoids. Podcast for Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing (http://bit.ly/N3sAOi).

Rosemary Eustace

Eustace, R. (2014). Describe nursing’s contribution to global health initiatives. 40th Anniversary of the Wright State University-Miami Valley College of Nursing/30th Anniversary of Zeta Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Conference, The Art and Science of Nursing, Dayton, OH.

Asiedu, G., Eustace, R., et al. (2014). Coping with colorectal cancer: A qualitative exploration with patients and their family members. Mayo Young Investigators Research Symposium, Rochester, MN.

Eustace, R., & Boesch, M. (2014). Photovoice methodology: An active teaching strategy in community/public health nursing clinical practice. 40th Anniversary of the Wright State University-Miami Valley College of Nursing/30th Anniversary of Zeta Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Conference, The Art and Science of Nursing, Dayton, OH.

Nigam, P., & Eustace, R. (2014). Development and use of an educational manual to increase knowledge related to STIs and HIV/AIDS prevention among low-risk pregnant women: Project TO-R-CH. 40th Anniversary of the Wright State University-Miami Valley College of Nursing/30th Anniversary of Zeta Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Conference, The Art and Science of Nursing, Dayton, OH.

Nigam, P., Eustace, R., & Mainous, R. (2014). Development and use of an educational manual to increase knowledge related to STIs and HIV/AIDS prevention among low-risk pregnant women: Project TO-R-CH. Midwest Nursing Research Society Conference, Building Value-Based Partnerships through Nursing Science, St. Louis, MO.

Sharon Farra

Farra, S. (2014). Nursing’s role in disaster. 40th Anniversary of the Wright State University-Miami Valley College of Nursing/30th Anniversary of Zeta Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Conference, The Art and Science of Nursing, Dayton, OH.

Cindra Holland

Hall, C., & Holland, C. Transforming health care: The supportive care needs of women with suspected breast cancer (2014). Society for Modeling and Role-Modeling Conference, Erlanger, KY.

Kathy Keister

Stalter, A., & Keister, K. (2014). The Wright Tool Kit: QSEN competency integration in an online RN-to-BSN program. QSEN National Forum, Baltimore, MD.

Keister, K., Stalter, A., & Ulrich, D. Using Lunch-and-Learns to develop faculty for integration of QSEN competencies into nursing curricula (2014). QSEN National Forum, Baltimore, MD.

Keister, K., Stalter, A., & Ulrich, D. (2014). Lunch-and-Learn: A faculty development program for integrating QSEN concepts (2014). Ohio League for Nursing Education Summit, Columbus, OH.

Stalter, A., Keister, K., Mainous, R., Ulrich, D., Martin, P., & Chrisagis, X. (2014). The Wright Tool Kit: QSEN competency integration in an online RN-to-BSN program. The 2014 QSEN Forum, Baltimore, MD.

Daniel Kirkpatrick

Smith, S., Arms, D., Boesch, M., & Kirkpatrick, D. (2014). Transforming leadership education: Preparing BSN nurses for leadership using a disaster-related simulation. 13th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference, Orlando, FL.

Tara Konicki

Konicki, T. (2014). Meta-analysis: Concepts and applications Seminar. Temple University Center, Philadelphia, PA.

Rosalie Mainous

Stalter, A., Keister, K., Mainous, R., Ulrich, D., Martin, P., & Chrisagis, X. (2014). The Wright Tool Kit: QSEN competency integration in an online RN-to-BSN program. The 2014 QSEN Forum, Baltimore, MD.

Nigam, P., Eustace, R., & Mainous, R. (2014). Development and use of an educational manual to increase knowledge related to STIs and HIV/AIDS prevention among low-risk pregnant women: Project TO-R-CH. Midwest Nursing Research Society Conference, Building Value-Based Partnerships through Nursing Science, St. Louis, MO.

William Matcham
Von Sadovsky, V., Ryan-Wenger, N., & Matcham, W. (2014). Pilot test of a web-based decisional support intervention called Strong Women Stay Safe to promote safer sex behaviors in young women. 142nd American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition, Chicago, IL.

Kristine Scordo

Scordo, K. (2014). Updated lipid guidelines and statin intolerance. National Nurse Practitioner Symposium, Keystone, CO.

Scordo, K. (2014). New oral anticoagulants: Are they better than what we have? National Nurse Practitioner Symposium, Keystone, CO.

Scordo, K. (2014). Recognition and treatment of valvular heart disease. National Nurse Practitioner Symposium, Keystone, CO.

Scordo, K. (2014). Heart failure from primary to acute care updated lipid guidelines and statin intolerance. National Nurse Practitioner Symposium, Keystone, CO.

Scordo, K. (2014). Managing the newly diagnosed heart failure patient from primary to acute care. National Conference for Nurse Practitioners, Chicago, IL.

Sherrill Smith

Smith, S., Arms, D., Boesch, M., & Kirkpatrick, D. (2014). Transforming leadership education: Preparing BSN nurses for leadership using a disaster-related simulation. 13th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference, Orlando, FL.

Smith, S. (2014). Impact of a TeamSTEPPS high-fidelity simulation on nursing students’ attitudes towards team operations. 38th Annual Midwest Nursing Research Society Conference, Building Value-Based Partnerships through Nursing Science, St. Louis, MO.

Smith, S. (2014). Simulation with TeamSTEPPS. 40th Anniversary of the Wright State University-Miami Valley College of Nursing/30th Anniversary of Zeta Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Conference, The Art and Science of Nursing, Dayton, OH.

Smith, S., & Ten Eyck, R., (2014). Impact of a TeamSTEPPS essentials presentation and an interprofessional high-fidelity simulation on nursing students’ attitudes towards medical team operations. 14th International Meeting on Simulation and Healthcare, San Francisco, CA.

Ann Stalter

Stalter, A., & Keister, K. (2014). The Wright Tool Kit: QSEN competency integration in an online RN-to-BSN program. QSEN National Forum, Baltimore, MD.

Keister, K., Stalter, A., & Ulrich, D. Using Lunch-and-Learns to develop faculty for integration of QSEN competencies into nursing curricula (2014). QSEN National Forum, Baltimore, MD.

Keister, K., Stalter, A., & Ulrich, D. (2014). Lunch-and-Learn: A faculty development program for integrating QSEN concepts (2014). Ohio League for Nursing Education Summit, Columbus, OH.

Stalter, A., Keister, K., Mainous, R., Ulrich, D., Martin, P., & Chrisagis, X. (2014). The Wright Tool Kit: QSEN competency integration in an online RN-to-BSN program. The 2014 QSEN Forum, Baltimore, MD.

Deborah Ulrich

Peyton, E., Steele-Johnson, D. Brewer, T. Ulrich, D., Parmelee, D., & Juvina, I. (2014). Examining shared leadership and decision-making as processes that underpin team-based learning’s relationship with academic performance. 13th Annual Team-Based Learning Collaborative Conference, Ft. Worth, TX.

Keister, K., Stalter, A., & Ulrich, D. Using Lunch-and-Learns to develop faculty for integration of QSEN competencies into nursing curricula (2014). QSEN National Forum, Baltimore, MD.

Keister, K., Stalter, A., & Ulrich, D. (2014). Lunch-and-Learn: A faculty development program for integrating QSEN concepts. Ohio League for Nursing Education Summit, Columbus, OH.

Ulrich, D. (2014). Making clinical post-conferences better learning experiences. 41st Annual National Conference on Professional Nursing Education and Development Conference, Leading Reform and Advancing the Science of Nursing Education, Rochester, MN.

Stalter, A., Keister, K., Mainous, R., Ulrich, D., Martin, P., & Chrisagis, X. (2014). The Wright Tool Kit: QSEN competency integration in an online RN-to-BSN program. The 2014 QSEN Forum, Baltimore, MD.

Brenda Young

Young, B. (2014). Addition: Closing the gap between science and practice. 29th Annual Conference of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, Nashville, TN.


Publications

Donna Curry

Moore, K., Smith, S., Curry, D., & Gaspar, P. (2014). Simulation training for fibroptic intubations. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 10(9), 470-475. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2014.05.007.

Rosemary Eustace

Asiedu, G., Eustace, R., et al. (2014). Coping with colorectal cancer: A qualitative exploration with patients and their family members. Family Practice, 31(5), 598-606.

Sharon Farra

Smith, S., & Farra, S. (2014). The use of virtual reality simulation for decontamination training with undergraduate nursing students. Clinical Simulation in Healthcare, 9(6), 431.

Farra, S., Nicely, S., & Hodgson, E. (2014). Creation of a virtual triage exercise: An interprofessional communication strategy. Computers, Informatics, Nursing 32, doi: 10.1097/CIN.0000000000000090. 

Gillespie, G., Farra, S., Gates, D. (2014). A workplace violence educational program: A repeated measures study. Nurse Education in Practice, doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2014.04.003e.

Farra, S. (2014). Disaster preparedness for the professional nurse. Ohio Nurses Review 89(2), 10-11.

Ulrich, D., Farra., S., Smith, S., & Hodgson, E. (2014). The student experience using virtual reality simulation to teach decontamination. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 10(11), 1-8. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2014.08.003.

Barbara Fowler

Fowler, B., & Durr, M. (2014). Neighborhood-level influences on delays in diagnostic follow-up from mammography screening in African-American women: A systematic review. Journal of Women’s Health Care, 3(2), http://dx.dox.org/10.4172/2167-0420.1000151.

Bobbe Gray

Gray, B., & Holland, C. (2014). Implications of psychoactive “bath salts” use during pregnancy. Nursing for Women’s Health, 18(3), 220-230, doi: 10.1111/1751-486X.12123.

Cindra Holland

Gray, B., & Holland, C. (2014). Implications of psychoactive “bath salts” use during pregnancy. Nursing for Women’s Health, 18(3), 220-230, doi: 10.1111/1751-486X.12123.

Varner, K., Holland, C., Hansen, J., & Leeds, R. (2014). Nurse residency program leader as an emerging nursing professional development specialist role. Journal for Nurses in Professional Development, 30(1), 2-10, doi: 10.1097/NND.0b01e3182a1a853.

Kathy Keister

Stalter, A., Keister, K., Smith, S., & Ulrich, D. (2014). Overcoming the barriers to achieving a BSN, Part 2. Nursing2014, 44(4), 46-59.

Stalter, A., Keister, K., Smith, S., & Ulrich, D. (2014). Overcoming the barriers to achieving a BSN, Part 1. Nursing2014, 44(3), 50-53.

William Matcham

Ahijevych, K., Tepper, B., Graham, M., Holloman, C., Matcham, W. (2014). Relationships of PROP bitter taste phenotype, taste receptor genotype and oral nicotine replacement use. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, doi: 10.1093/ntr/ntu281.

Anne Russell

Draucker, C., Al-Khattab, H., Hines, D., Mazurczyk, J., Russell, A., Stephenson, P., & Draucker, S. (2014). Racial and ethnic diversity in grounded theory research. The Qualitative Report 19(34), 1-20.

Kristine Scordo

Scordo, K. (2014). Differential diagnosis in critical care. AACN Advanced Critical Care, 25, i.

Scordo, K. (2014). Differential diagnosis: Correctly putting the pieces of the puzzle together. AACN Advanced Critical Care, 25, 1-7.

Scordo, K., & Pickett, K. (2014). Understanding the new hypertension guidelines. The Nurse Practitioner, 39(7), 28-33.

Scordo, K. (2014). Managing hyperlipidemia in the advent of the updated cholesterol treatment guidelines. The Nurse Practitioner, 39(6), 18-24.

Scordo, K. (2014). Teaching graduate nurse practitioner students effective prescribing using the WHO guide to good prescribing. The Nurse Practitioner, 39(3), 51-54.

Sherrill Smith

Smith, S., & Farra, S. (2014). The use of virtual reality simulation for decontamination training with undergraduate nursing students. Clinical Simulation in Healthcare, 9(6), 431.

Stalter, A., Keister, K., Smith, S., & Ulrich, D. (2014). Overcoming the barriers to achieving a BSN, Part 2. Nursing2014, 44(4), 46-59.

Stalter, A., Keister, K., Smith, S., & Ulrich, D. (2014). Overcoming the barriers to achieving a BSN, Part 1. Nursing2014, 44(3), 50-53.

Ulrich, D., Farra., S., Smith, S., & Hodgson, E. (2014). The student experience using virtual reality simulation to teach decontamination. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 10(11), 1-8. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2014.08.003.

Moore, K., Smith, S., Curry, D., & Gaspar, P. (2014). Simulation training for fibroptic intubations. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 10(9), 470-475. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2014.05.007.

Ann Stalter

Stalter, A., Keister, K., Smith, S., & Ulrich, D. (2014). Overcoming the barriers to achieving a BSN, Part 2. Nursing2014, 44(4), 46-59.

Stalter, A., Keister, K., Smith, S., & Ulrich, D. (2014). Overcoming the barriers to achieving a BSN, Part 1. Nursing2014, 44(3), 50-53.

Deborah Ulrich

Stalter, A., Keister, K., Smith, S., & Ulrich, D. (2014). Overcoming the barriers to achieving a BSN, Part 2. Nursing2014, 44(4), 46-59.

Stalter, A., Keister, K., Smith, S., & Ulrich, D. (2014). Overcoming the barriers to achieving a BSN, Part 1. Nursing2014, 44(3), 50-53.

Ulrich, D., Farra., S., Smith, S., & Hodgson, E. (2014). The student experience using virtual reality simulation to teach decontamination. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 10(11), 1-8. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2014.08.003.

Ulrich, D., & Glendon, K. (2014). Dean’s Diaries. StuNurse, 33, 8-9.

Ulrich, D., & Glendon, K. (2014). Dean’s Diaries, StuNurse, 32, 14-16.

Ulrich, D., & Glendon, K. (2014). Dean’s Diaries, StuNurse, 31, 14-16.