Scholarly Projects by Faculty

Faculty scholarship takes many forms:

  • Research studies
  • Evidence-based practice projects
  • Poster presentations
  • Podium presentations
  • Published articles
  • Speaking engagements

 

Here are some recent faculty projects:

Charlotte Wool, Ph.D., APRN

Article: “Systematic review of the literature: Parental outcomes after diagnosis of a fetal anomaly” in Advances in Neonatal Care.

Carrie Pucino, MS, RN, CCRN

Instructor resource manual: Perrin’s Understanding the Essentials of Critical Care Nursing (2e), co-authored with Dr. Karen March.

 

JulieBeckNursing Julie Beck, D.Ed., RN

Presentation: “Immunity and autoimmunity” at Oncology Nursing Education Conference, York Hospital, York, PA.

MissySchneiderNursing Melisssa Schneider, DNP, RN

Article: “Prevention of catheter-associated urinary tract infections in patients with hip fractures through education of nurses to specific catheter protocols” in Orthopaedic Nursing.

JanisTaylorNursing Janis Taylor, DNP, CRNP, CPN


Presentation: “Medication administration in a residential pediatric camp setting - A retrospective descriptive study” to Association of Camp Nurses, Atlanta, GA. 

Kimberly Fenstermacher,
PhD, CRNP

Article: “Palliative needs of spousal caregivers of patients with heart failure followed at specialized heart failure centers” in Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing.


Cheryl Thompson, DNP, RN

Article: "Using the Omaha System as a framework to demonstrate the value of nurse managed wellness center services for vulnerable populations” in Journal of Community Health Nursing.

 


 

Karen March, Ph.D., RN

Article: “Translating the evidence: Improving care of patients with insulin pumps during hospitalization in a community teaching hospital” in Journal of Nursing Care Quality.    

Lisa Ruth-Sahd, D.Ed., RN

Article: "Student nurse dyads create a community of learning: Proposing a holistic clinical education theory” in Journal of Advanced Nursing. 

JuliaBucherNursing Julia Bucher, Ph.D., RN

Book: “American Cancer Society complete guide to cancer caregiving for family caregivers” published by the American Cancer Society.