Research

Nursing faculty members are involved in a number of scholarly activities.

Barbara Martin, Clinical Professor, collaborates with Sandra Smith contributing to the Smith Content Review for NCLEX-RN text and co-authoring of the Smith, Duell and Martin, Clinical Nursing Skills: Basic to Advanced text with editions published in 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012. The 9th edition is scheduled for publication in 2016. This collaboration also produced the Photo Guide of Nursing Skills in 2002. Both the Clinical Nursing Skills text and the Photo Guide have been translated into Japanese, which attests to their versatility and relevance for nursing practice. The Clinical Nursing Skills was released in PDA version Spring, 2009.

Lee Anne Nichols, Associate Professor, co-authored a chapter with M. Baker in 2008 titled Pathways to Leadership: Developing a Culturally Competent Leadership Curriculum for American Indian Nurses in Transforming Nursing Education: The Culturally Inclusive Environment (Eds, M.D. Pharris & S. D. Bosher) by Springer Publishing, NY. She also had another coauthored chapter, Exploring Global Health Ethics from an American Indian Perspective in Globalisation of Nursing: Ethical, Legal, & Political Issues, which was published in the UK.

Merry Kelly-Rehm, Clinical Assistant Professor, has co-authored several articles including:

  • Occupational Methamphetamine Manufacturing Toxin Exposure: An Exposure Example.  Ment. Health Clin. 2013;2(10):93
  • Antidepressant-Mediated Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, A Case study report.  Published in The Consultant Pharmacist.
  • What Can Healthcare Organizations Learn About Pharmacist Retention From Magnet Status Hospitals? published in Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy.

Kathleen Strunk, Clinical Associate Professor, has co-authored:

  • The contribution of personality and workplace characteristics in predicting turnover intention among sexual assault nurse examiners: A pat analytic study. Published in Journal of Forensic Nursing.