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May 2, 2012
 
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Faculty Highlights 2011: School of Nursing

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Patricia Donohue-Porter, Maryann Forbes and Jane White cowrote “Nursing Theory in Curricula Today: Challenges for Faculty at All Levels of Education” in the International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 8 (1), 2011. Dr. Donohue-Porter presented, with L. Thomas, “Translating Evidence into Practice: Implementing Optimal Intershift Handoffs” at the 23rd Annual Scientific Sessions of the Eastern Nursing Research Society, Philadelphia, PA, March 2011, and “Impact of Cognitive Load, Interruptions and Distractions on Procedural Failures and Medication Errors” at the Second Annual Improvement Science Summit: Advancing Healthcare Improvement Research, San Antonio, TX, June 2011. She, Maryann Forbes and Jane White presented “Meeting the Challenges to the Theory-Practice Relationship: Federal Legislation and Doctoral Education,” and she and Patricia Eckardt presented “Moving Health Policy Forward: Elements of Success in an Interdisciplinary Team Approach to a Research Project” at the 23rd Annual Scientific Sessions of the Eastern Nursing Research Society, Philadelphia, PA, March 2011.

Patricia Facquet presented the following: “The Real Life of a Nurse Researcher” at the Nursing Student Association of New York State 59th Annual Convention, Tarrytown, NY, February 2011; “Childhood Lead Poisoning in Immigrant Children of Brooklyn, New York: Making an Impact on This Silent Epidemic Using Appropriate Multicultural Education of Caregivers” at the 41st Biennial Convention of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Grapevine, TX, October 2011; and, with P. Burke and C. Spencer, “Breakout Session Podium Presentation: The Effects of Simulation on the Education of Introduction to Nursing Students” at the SUNY Farmingdale Nursing Research Conference, Farmingdale, NY, March 2011.

Maryann Forbes and Jane White presented “Using Boyer to Create a Culture of Scholarship: Outcomes from a Faculty Development Program” at the 23rd Annual Scientific Sessions of the Eastern Nursing Research Society, Philadelphia, PA, March 2011.

Seonah Lee wrote “A Multimethod Approach for Quality Evaluation of Clinical Information Systems” in Computers Informatics Nursing, 30 (1), p. 19–28, 2012.

Janet Raman published “Gender Differences in Nursing Student Descriptions of Faculty Support and Academic Success” in the Long Island Education Review, 10 (1), p. 24–31, 2011. She presented “Nursing Student Commitment to the Nursing Profession, Self Concept, Support from Faculty and Their Academic Success” at the 10th International Business and Economy Conference, Guadalajara, Mexico, January 2011, and “Gender Differences in Nursing Student Descriptions of Faculty Support and Academic Success” at the Sixth Annual Practical Research Symposium, Brookhaven, NY, April 2011.

Maureen Roller presented “POGIL: ProcessOrientated Guided-Inquiry Learning: What Is It and How Does It Apply to Nursing Education” at the SUNY Farmingdale Nursing Research Conference, Farmingdale, NY, March 2011. She, Helen Ballestas and Andrea McCrink presented “Health Promotion Guided by Faculty of Nurse Practitioners with Volunteer Undergraduate Nursing Students in Costa Rica” at the 27th Annual Conference of the New York State Nurse Practitioner Association, Saratoga Springs, NY, October 2011, and “Health Promotion with Volunteer Undergraduate Nursing Students in Costa Rica” at the inaugural Converging Science Summit at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, October 2011.

Joan Valas, Patricia Donohue-Porter, Patricia Eckardt, Maryann Forbes, Holly Shaw, Yiyuan Sun and Jane White presented “Research in Undergraduate Nursing: Designing and Sustaining Innovative Experiences. Undergraduate Research as Transformative Practice: Developing Leaders and Solutions for a Better Society” at the 13th National Conference of the Council on Undergraduate Research, Ogden, UT, June 2011.

Thomas Virgona published September 11, 2001: A Study of the Human Aspects of Disaster Recovery Efforts for Wall Street Financial Services Firms (Saarbrucken: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. kG, 2011) and “September 11, 2001 in Retrospect: A Decade On, What Business Continuity and Information Security Lessons Have Been Learned?” in The Business Continuity Journal, 4 (3), 2011. Dr. Virgona presented “A Historical Study of Disaster Recovery” at the 37th Annual Meeting of the Northeast Business & Economics Association, hosted by the Montclair State University School of Business, June 2011.

Jane White and Maryann Forbes presented “A Comprehensive Faculty Development Program” at the 23rd Annual Scientific Sessions of the Eastern Nursing Research Society, Philadelphia, PA, March 2011.

This piece appeared in the Erudition 2012 edition.
 
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