Oma Riley-Giomariso, R.N., Ph.D., FNP-BC
- B.S.N., University of South Florida (1979)
- M.S.N., University of Florida (1981)
- Ph.D., University of Maryland (1998)
- Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
- Nursing Practicum
- Advanced Assessment and Diagnosis (M.S.N.)
- Diagnosis and Management of Clinical Problems Adults/Older Adults I and II
- Management for Quality Improvement in Health Care Systems (D.N.P.)
- Systematic Review: Family Rounds in the Intensive Care Unit
- Family Rounds in the Intensive Care Unit
- Hermeneutic Phenomenology
- Narrative Pedagogy
- Riley-Giomariso, O. (2013). Pedagogy of a wounded healer. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing.
- Riley-Giomariso, O. (2013). Redemption. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing.
- Eifried, S., Riley-Giomariso, O., and Voight, G. (2001), Learning to care amid suffering: how art and narrative give voice to the student experience. International Journal of Human Caring.
- Ideas for using literature and film in classrooms across campus. Teach and Learn Faculty Development Workshop, York College of Pennsylvania, York, PA.
- Believing, Summer Institute for Heideggerian Hermeneutics, University of Wisconsin. 2004.
- Stories of Bearing Witness to Suffering, Summer Institute for Heideggerian Hermeneutics, University of Wisconsin. 2003.
- Reviewer (2009) Codman Award Application, Department of Risk Management, Health Corporation of America, Nashville, Tennessee.