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Annual Report Final 2010-2011
College of Nursing
Annual Report
July 1, 2010 - June 30, 2011
Dear Friends,
It gives me great pleasure to present the UNMC College of Nursing’s 2010-2011
Annual Report. The Report chronicles the College’s activities and
accomplishments this year. In doing so, it helps us – and you – gauge the
degree of our success in serving Nebraska with premiere nursing education
programs, innovative research, and the highest quality patient care.
2010-2011 has been a remarkable year for the College. Highlights include:
•
Full operation of the College’s Northern Division. An inaugural
class of 32 students entered fall 2010 into a new, $12 million
donor-funded nursing education facility that accommodates both
the UNMC College of Nursing and the Northeast Community
College nursing program. This partnership between two state
higher education systems was recognized nationally with
an Exemplary Initiatives Award from the National Council of
Instructional Administrators at its April, 2011 convention in
Florida. The partnership’s project, titled “Solving Rural Nebraska’s
Critical Nursing Shortage,” won the award in the workforce
category competition.
•
Dedication and occupancy of the new Center for Nursing
Science. The Center for Nursing Science is a four-level, $14
million education and research facility adjacent to the College
on the Omaha campus. This LEED-certified building expands the
College’s space by 60%. Features of this state-of-the-art facility
include five classrooms, two large health assessment labs, a suite
of six simulation rooms, student computing and study rooms, an
electronic medical records lab, multiple conference rooms, research
team rooms, faculty and staff offices, and a large reception atrium.
•
A record number of education and training grants. Ten funded
education and training grants were simultaneously underway
this year for a total of over $6 million extramural dollars (total
multi-year awards) for educational programs. These innovative
programs attract students and new faculty, and they address critical
workforce shortages for the state. For example, six of the programs
target shortages in psychiatric behavioral health, geriatric nursing,
executive leadership, and nursing faculty.
•
Growth in research. The College was awarded $3.8 million total
annual dollars for research and educational/special projects in
2010-2011, an increase of 16% from 2009-2010. In NIH funding for
research, the College ranked 27th of 80 U.S. schools of nursing that
received NIH funding since 2006. In 2009-2010, the College ranked
27th of 77 schools across the nation. During the year, faculty
submitted 20 external research grant applications, and published
54 journal articles and book chapters in 2010 and 19 in the first
half of 2011, with an additional 41 in press.
•
New HRSA-funded Mobile Nurse Managed Clinic. With $300,000
in funding from HRSA, the College launched a new, 38-foot,
custom-built van that provides a rural clinical rotation site for
students enrolled in the geriatric nurse practitioner program.
Letter from Dean Virginia Tilden
Geriatric nurse practitioner faculty travel with the mobile
clinic to outstate Nebraska in order to fill the critical need for
comprehensive geriatric assessments for frail older adults in rural
areas. They work with local physicians and long-term care facilities
for referrals and to coordinate services with local providers.
Students traveling with the faculty have the valuable training
opportunity of working directly with rural citizens.
•
Approval of the Board of Regents of the College’s proposed new
doctoral program: the Doctor of Nursing Practice. To address
urgent needs of Nebraska for more advanced practice nurses who
are dually prepared to improve the quality and safety of health
systems, the College sought approval this year to begin a DNP
program. After a strong endorsement of the proposed program by
an outside panel of reviewers, the College submitted the proposal
to the Board of Regents which approved the plan in January, 2011.
The College is on track to admit the first DNP class in fall, 2011.
•
Full implementation in the teaching mission of advanced
technology (Adobe Connect). Use of advanced interactive
technology (Adobe Connect) has increased 300%. The technology
provides same-time teaching, web-conferencing, and clinical
supervision wherever students are located so that faculty-student
interaction is dynamic and learner-centered. In the Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation funded program Midwest Geriatric Nursing
Quality Improvement Project, 147 RN’s from long term care facilities
across Nebraska, Iowa, and Kansas attended geriatric nursing
classes “live” using Adobe Connect.
•
Implementation of the new, concept-based baccalaureate
curriculum at all five divisions of the College. After two years of
curriculum redesign based on the Carnegie Foundation report,
Educating Nurses: A Call for Radical Transformation, the new BSN
program began this year. It is a four semester upper division major
that emphasizes clinical reasoning, quality and safety system
redesign, and interprofessional education.
•
Implementation of the Dedicated Education Unit (DEU) program.
The DEU was implemented on four hospital units in two Magnet
hospitals. The DEU is a new nation-wide approach to increasing
the direct involvement of hospital nursing staff in the clinical
teaching mission. This year, 90 BSN students experienced clinical
rotations on DEU units. These students and their staff instructors
reported high satisfaction with the DEU model. New agreements
have been signed to begin next year at four additional hospitals in
greater Nebraska.
•
Graduate enrollment increased, especially in new programs.
New MSN pathways have expanded enrollment. For example,
enrollment increased 170% in the MSN psychiatric/mental health
nursing program, due in large part to an innovative HRSA-funded
training grant. Even more important than the absolute increase
in number of students being trained for this particular workforce
shortage area in Nebraska is the distribution of students across the
state (see PIPN distribution map later in this report). Students at
a distance directly engage with faculty in face-to-face teaching
and learning via Adobe Connect. As well, having students based
in rural areas of the state means that patients being served are
increasingly rural. In 2009-2010, 52% of “training cases” (patients
seen by students under supervision) lived in rural and medically
underserved areas as compared to 64% in 2010-2011. The national
board pass rate of graduates of this program is 100%.
•
MSN program ranked in top 8% in the country. US News & World
Report released updated rankings of MSN programs in the country
and once again the CON’s master’s program ranked in the top 8%
(ranked 36th of 467 programs) in this reputation-based survey.
•
The College’s role in NU’s Campaign for Nebraska, Unlimited Possibilities,
remains strong. Despite continuing challenges in the economy,
gifts and pledges to the CON during 2010-2011 totaled $2.5
million. With three years left in the campaign, the CON has now
achieved 86% of its $25 million campaign goal.
Thanks to all who’s hard work is reflected in this Annual Report and to
you – the reader – for your interest in the College of Nursing. Many of
you know of my retirement at the conclusion of this academic year. I step
down with much satisfaction over the College’s tremendous growth over
the eight years of my deanship, and deep confidence in the continued
success of the College as it serves this great state.
My warm regards,
Ginny
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
Letter from the Dean
4
Table of Contents & Appendices List
5
Executive Council Members
5
Mission, Vision & Leadership Philosophy
6
Strategic Plan 2010-2011
7
Development Report
8
Distinguished Visitors
APPENDICES
9
Appendix A: Faculty and staff recognition honors and awards
10 Appendix B: Student recognition honors and awards
11 Appendix C: Faculty for 2010-2011
12 Appendix D: Faculty demographics
21 Appendix E: Research grants funded for fiscal year 2010-2011
24 Appendix F: Publications for fiscal year 2010-2011
34 Appendix F: Primary Integrated Psychiatric Nursing (PIPN) student numbers
END NOTE
35 Tribute to Dean Virginia Tilden
Key Contributors
Virginia Tilden – Editor
Catherine Bevil – Managing Editor
LaDonna Tworek – Editorial Support
Contributors – Pam Bataillon, Marlene Cohen, Janet Cuddigan, Maureen Dawson, Karen Grigsby, Sheila Ryan,
Linda Sather, Sarah Thompson, Kathy Wolfe
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Executive Council
Virginia Tilden, DNSc, RN, FAAN, Dean
Marlene Cohen, PhD, RN, FAAN
Associate Dean for Research
Sarah Thompson, PhD, RN, FAAN
Associate Dean for Academic Programs
Pam Bataillon, MBA, MSN, RN
Assistant Dean for Administration
Diane Brage Hudson, PhD, RN
Assistant Dean, Lincoln Division
Ruth Macnamara, PhD, RN
Assistant Dean, Northern Division
Steve Pitkin, MN, RN
Assistant Dean, Kearney Division
Interim Assistant Dean, Northern Division
Sue Wilhelm, PhD, RN
Assistant Dean, West Nebraska Division
Mary Cramer, PhD, RN
Department Chair, Community-Based Health
Janet Cuddigan, PhD, RN
Department Chair, Adult Health & Illness
Interim Assistant Dean for Administration
Karen Grigsby, PhD, RN
Department Chair, Families & Health Systems
Ann Berger, PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN
Director, Doctoral Program
Mission and Vision
of the College of Nursing
The Mission of the College of Nursing is to
improve the health of Nebraska through premier
nursing education programs, innovative research,
the highest quality patient care, and service to
underserved populations.
The Vision of the College of Nursing is to be
a vital part of a world-renowned health sciences
center and to:
• Deliver state of the art nursing education
blending traditional learning approaches
with emerging learning technologies;
• Offer health care and health systems
solutions grounded in leading-edge
nursing science;
• Promote health, reduce the burden of
illness, and lessen health disparities in
Nebraska and beyond.
The mission and vision of the College of Nursing are
accomplished through leadership by faculty, staff, and
students. The leadership philosophy of the
College embraces resiliency, shaping positive change,
pro-active thinking, effective partnerships, and risktaking toward creative possibilities.
Catherine Bevil, EdD, RN
Director, Continuing Nursing Education & Evaluation
Louise LaFramboise, PhD, RN
Director, Undergraduate Program
Linda Sather, EdD, RN
Interim Director, Morehead Center for Nursing Practice
Maureen Dawson, PhD
Director, Student Services
Kelly McDonald, MHA
Director of Administration and Operations
Christie Campbell-Grossman, PhD, RN
Chair, General Faculty Organization
LaDonna Tworek
Administrative Assistant to the Dean
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College of Nursing Strategic Plan 2010-2011
A UNMC WILL BE LEARNING-CENTERED
Goal 1 Offer the Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree.
Goal 2 Transform the RN-BSN program to more efficiently and
effectively provide a career pathway for RNs.
College of Nursing Long Range Plan: Offer high quality,
cost-effective educational programs that prepare nurse
leaders to shape a preferred health care future.
IN EDUCATION
B INCREASE PROMINENCE AS A RESEARCH
HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER
College of Nursing Long Range Plan: Achieve and
sustain a pervasive culture of research and scholarship
throughout the College of Nursing.
C ADVANCE COMMUNITY/ CAMPUS
PARTNERSHIPS FOR HEALTH
College of Nursing Long Range Plan: Reduce health
disparities in Nebraska and the region through faculty
practices and community partnerships that focus on
health promotion and disease prevention, chronic care
management, behavioral/mental health services, and
other emerging health issues.
D CREATE A CULTURALLY COMPETENT
ORGANIZATION
College of Nursing Long Range Plan: Enhance
the recruitment, retention, and satisfaction of
underrepresented students, faculty, and staff. Be a
global leader in international nursing education.
E
ADVANCE BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES
TO IMPROVE HEALTH, DIVERSIFY UNMC
REVENUES AND CREATE ECONOMIC
GROWTH IN NEBRASKA
College of Nursing Long Range Plan: Advance
technologies and information systems to support
education, research, practice, and administrative
operations of the College.
F
Goal 1 Build interdisciplinary teams in translational research that focus
on evaluating care outcomes and promoting evidence based
practice with particular emphasis on innovative delivery of
interventions to rural settings.
Goal 1 Conduct a pilot “Aging in Place Partnership.”
Goal 2 Address health issues of residents of Nebraska and the region by
implementing funded nurse consultation.
Goal 1 Increase recruitment and retention of under-represented
students, especially those who are economically disadvantaged,
first generation to matriculate in college, male, or racial-ethnic
minority, in order to reflect the diversity of the population of
Nebraska.
Goal 2 Increase student involvement in multicultural resources and
services offered at UNMC and College of Nursing.
Goal 3 Foster a College environment that increases understanding of
Nebraska’s changing immigrant population.
Goal 1 Develop a virtual learning environment to integrate student
classroom and clinical learning and enhance clinical reasoning.
Goal 2 Add value to the work of faculty, staff and students through
cost-effective information services with emphases on
maximizing the productivity of customers and minimizing
costs and complexity.
Goal 1 Foster a culture of employee engagement that results in a
vibrant organization where employees experience satisfaction,
creativity, respect, and excitement about their work.
College of Nursing Long Range Plan: Strategically align
Goal 2 Engage employees in organizational process improvement.
faculty and staff with the missions of the College of
Nursing so as to optimize their role satisfaction, talents,
interests, productivity, and loyalty.
STRENGTHEN EMPLOYEE LOYALTY,
SATISFACTION AND WELLNESS
G POSITION THE COLLEGE OF NURSING TO
PROSPER DURING HEALTH CARE REFORM
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Goal 1 Systematically review RFAs for health care reform-related
training, research, and practice grant opportunities.
Goal 2 Select appropriate RFAs and encourage grant applications by
well-matched faculty.
DEVELOPMENT
The College of Nursing’s part in NU’s Campaign for
Nebraska, Unlimited Possibilities, flourished again this year
thanks to tremendous generosity of faculty, alumni and
other friends of the College. Despite continuing challenges
in the economy, gifts and pledges received during 20102011 totaled $2.5 million, greatly exceeded the amount
raised the previous year. With three years left in the
campaign, the College of Nursing has now achieved 86% of
its $25 million campaign goal.
New Scholarship Funds
•
•
•
•
Ann Malone Berger, PhD & Thomas Berger Nursing
Scholarship Fund
Digital Savvy Nurse Scholarship, Michael R. and
Nancy McCarthy
Timothy Cuddigan & Dr. Janet Cuddigan Nursing
Scholarship Fund
Jim D. and Faye D. Rasmussen College of Nursing
Future Faculty Fellowship Fund
Major Gifts to Existing Scholarship Funds
•
•
•
•
Mary Ann Linder Memorial Nursing Scholarship Fund
Evelyn McCarty Nursing Scholarship Fund
Ann Barelman Ross Nursing Scholarship Fund
Phyllis Morgan Urwiller Nursing Scholarship Fund
Other Major Gifts
Pamela Bataillon
Metro Credit Union
The Family of Dorothy H. Olson
Platte Valley Bank
Nebraska Heart Hospital
Edward Quinn, Jr.
Virginia Tilden and John Benson
Estate Gifts
•
•
Vella Elsie Stewart Memorial Nursing Scholarship &
Fellowship Fund
Carol M. Wilson Endowed Chair
Facilities
Center for Nursing Science Building
Omaha, Nebraska
Dedicated on October 13, 2010
J. Paul and Eleanor McIntosh College of Nursing
Norfolk, Nebraska
Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening on September 19, 2010
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DISTINGUISHED VISITORS
August 2010 – Pamela M. Ironside, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, Associate Professor and Director of the Center for
Nursing Education Research at Indiana University. Dr. Ironside was the 3rd Audrey Solberg Smith Distinguished Lecturer.
Her presentation was entitled, “Transforming Pedagogies for Clinical Nursing Education: Closing the Academic – Practice
Gap.”
October 2010 – Kathleen Potempa, PhD, RN, FAAN, Dean of the University of Michigan School of Nursing and
President of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing was the guest speaker at the Grand Opening Ceremony of
the Center for Nursing Science (CNS) in Omaha. In her speech, Dr. Potempa praised the dean, the donors and university
leaders for their vision for the new building at this time in the College of Nursing’s 93 year history.
March 2011 – L. Dee Fink, PhD, author of “Creating Significant Learning Experiences for College Classrooms: An
Integrated Approach to Designing College Courses,” is a Consultant in Higher Education. He advises faculty on how to
promote better teaching and learning across campus.
March 2011 – Pamela F. Cipriano, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, Distinguished Nurse Scholar-in-Residence at the
Institute of Medicine and Research Associate Professor, University of Virginia School of Nursing. Dr. Cipriano was the
College of Nursing’s 22nd Visiting Nurse Scholar. Her presentation was entitled, “State of the Science in Transforming Care
for Quality, Safety, and Efficiency – the Role of Health Information Technologies.”
April 2011 – Kathryn Lee, RN, PhD, FAAN, Professor and Livingston Chair, Associate Dean of Research, University of
California San Francisco School of Nursing. She is also the Director of the Nursing Research Training Program in Symptom
Management and active in the Symptom Management Nursing Faculty Group at UCSF School of Nursing and the Sleep
Research Society. Dr. Lee’s program of research has focused on women’s health with an emphasis on sleep patterns,
circadian rhythms, and fatigue.
Pamela Ironside
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Kathleen Potempa
L. Dee Fink
Pamela Cipriano
Kathryn Lee
APPENDIX A
FACULTY & STAFF RECOGNITION HONORS AND AWARDS
Ada M. Lindsey Professional Service Award
Peggy Pelish
American Academy of Nursing – Inducted as a New Fellow
Joyce Black
American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award for
2010 in the Professional Development Category
Kathy Morris who wrote one of the chapters in the 8th
edition of Current Issues in Nursing
American Psychiatric Nurses Association Award for
Excellence in Education 2010
Michael Rice
Appointments (New)
Liane Connelly – Assistant Dean, Northern Division
(effective 6/27/11)
Janet Cuddigan – Interim Assistant Dean for
Administration (effective 1/1/11)
Kelly McDonald – Director, Administration and Operations
(effective 5/1/11)
Steve Pitkin – Interim Assistant Dean, Northern Division
(effective 1/1/11)
Karen Schumacher – Interim Director, Doctor of Nursing
Practice (effective 1/31/11)
Chancellor’s Silver U Award
May, 2011
Karen Schledewitz
March, 2011
Jill Reed
January, 2011
Bob Schmida
November, 2010
Missy Ofe Fleck
September, 2010
Jaclyn Smith
July, 2010
Anji Wittman
Distinguished Service Award from the National
Gerontological Nursing Association
Barbara McCabe (Emeritus Faculty)
Doctoral Degree
Trina Aguirre (PhD – August 2010)
Sara Goomis (EdD - December 2010)
Lufei Young (PhD – December 2010)
Michelle Brtek Zwiener (DNP – July 2010)
Donna Westmoreland Excellence in Faculty Mentoring
Award
Paula Schulz
Emeritus Faculty Status Received
Gloria Gross (effective 5/14/11)
Barbara Head (effective 7/1/10)
International Consortium of MS Centers (CMSC) Robert
M. Herndon Award for the 2010 outstanding article in the
International Journal of MS Care
Mary Filipi
Kathryn Sandahl Philp Creativity and Innovation Award
Shirley Wiggins
March of Dimes Nebraska Chapter Distinguished Nurse
Award
Teresa Barry
March of Dimes Nebraska Chapter Excellence in Nursing
Award
Margaret Kaiser
Karen McGivney-Liechti
Shirley Wiggins
Partnership Award from the Eastern Nebraska/Western Iowa
Medical Reserve Corps.
HEROES
Pennie Z. Davis Faculty Research Award
Michele Balas
Staff Excellence Award
Debbi Lee
The Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award
Margaret Kaiser
The Rosalee C. Yeaworth Excellence in Teaching Award
Peggy Wilson
UNMC College of Nursing Making a Difference Recognition
Linda Dobson
Heidi Kaschke
Karen Schledewitz
UNMC College of Nursing Promotions and/or Tenure
Christie Campbell-Grossman – to Associate Professor with
Tenure (effective 7/1/10)
Polly Hulme – Tenure (effective 7/1/10)
Bunny Pozehl – to Professor (effective 7/1/10)
Nancy Waltman – to Professor (effective 7/1/10)
Bernice Yates – to Professor with Tenure (effective 7/1/10)
UNMC College of Nursing West Nebraska Division
Leadership Award of the Month
Amy Herboldsheimer
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APPENDIX A (continued)
UNMC Distinguished Scientist Award 2010
Carol Pullen
UNMC Graduate Faculty Status
Suhasini Kotcherlakota (effective 3/11)
Lufei Young (effective 1/11)
Michelle Brtek Zwiener (effective 10/10)
UNMC Years of Service
30 Years 15 Years
Katherine Kaiser
Diane Feldman
Marian Marchand
Alan Wass
10 Years
Lynne Buchanan
Colleen Buescher
Mary Cramer
Janet Cuddigan
Ana Lara-Ramirez
Nancy Meier
Maureen Oberdorfer
Jill Reed
Myra Schmaderer
Cheryl Thompson
University of Nebraska Public Policy Center Wide River TEC
EHRs Curriculum Development Award
Connie Miller
Jami Monico
20 Years 5 Years
Julia Houfek
Michelle Saucier
Bunny Pozehl
John Barrier
Jill Thewke
Susan Oestmann
APPENDIX B
STUDENT RECOGNITION HONORS AND AWARDS
March of Dimes Nebraska Chapter Student Nurse
Excellence Award
Crystal Modde – Omaha
Elizabeth Walton – Scottsbluff
Nichole Wiener – Lincoln
Midwest Nursing Research Society, Undergraduate Research
Scholars’ Award
Crystal Modde – Omaha
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Nebraska State Student Nurses Association (NSSNA) Most
Outstanding Community Service Award
College of Nursing Lincoln Chapter of the NSSNA
UNMC College of Nursing WND Leadership Award of the
Month
Kelly McClain – Scottsbluff
APPENDIX
C
APPENDIX C
FACULTY FOR
2010-2011
FACULTY
FOR
2010-2011
RANK
NUMBER
TENURED
ADULT HEALTH & ILLNESS DEPARTMENT
Nurse Specialist
1
0
Instructor
10
0
Assistant Professor
3
0
Associate Professor
5
2
Professor
4
3
Department Totals
23
5
COMMUNITY-BASED HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Nurse Specialist
0
0
Instructor
3
0
Assistant Professor
12
0
Associate Professor
6
3
Professor
5
3
Department Totals
26
6
FAMILIES & HEALTH SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT
Nurse Specialist
1
0
Instructor
6
0
Assistant Professor
2
0
Associate Professor
8
4
Professor
1
1
Department Totals
18
5
KEARNEY DIVISION
Nurse Specialist
1
0
Instructor
11
0
Assistant Professor
4
1
Associate Professor
0
0
Professor
0
0
Division Totals
16
1
LINCOLN DIVISION
Nurse Specialist
0
0
Instructor
13
0
Assistant Professor
12
1
Associate Professor
3
3
Professor
4
4
Division Totals
32
8
NORTHERN DIVISION
Nurse Specialist
2
0
Instructor
5
0
Assistant Professor
2
0
Associate Professor
2
0
Professor
0
0
Division Totals
11
0
WEST NEBRASKA DIVISION
Nurse Specialist
0
0
Instructor
10
0
Assistant Professor
3
0
Associate Professor
1
1
Professor
0
0
Division Totals
14
1
TOTAL COLLEGE
Nurse Specialist
5
0
Instructor
58
0
Assistant Professor
38
2
Associate Professor
25
13
Professor
14
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GRAND TOTALS
140
26
DOCTORATE
*APRN-NP
*APRN-CNS
*APRN-CNM
0
0
3
5
4
12
0
2
1
2
0
5
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
5
5
19
0
2
4
1
1
8
0
1
3
2
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
8
1
12
0
3
0
2
0
5
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
3
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
7
3
4
14
0
4
2
0
2
8
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
4
2
0
6
1
1
2
0
0
4
0
2
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
3
0
2
1
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
28
24
14
67
2
17
10
5
3
37
0
5
4
2
2
13
0
2
0
0
0
2
Bataillon included in the CBH section; Nurse Specialists are included in this table. Faculty ranks as of 6/30/11.*Licensed APRN through State of Nebraska.
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APPENDIX D
FACULTY
DEMOGRAPHICS
APPENDIX
D
FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS
NAME
DIV.
DEPT.
FTE
RANK
TENURE
HIGHEST
DEGREE
--(FELLOW)
CERTIFIED
FOR
ADVANCED
PRACTICE
GRAD.
FACULTY
Lincoln
---
1.0 AY
Assistant
Professor
No
MSN
No
West
Nebraska
West
Nebraska
Lincoln
---
1.0 AY
No
PhD
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified Nurse
Practitioner
---
No
MSN
---
No
BALAS
Michele
ACHORD
Shirley Tachenko
---
1.0 Fall
Assistant
Professor
Instructor
---
.50 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified GNP
No
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
Assistant
Professor
No
PhD
Yes
BARNASON
Susan
Lincoln
---
1.0 FY
Professor
Yes
PhD
BARRY
Teresa
Omaha
FHS
1.0 FY
Assistant
Professor
No
PhD
BASHAM
Nancy
BATAILLON
Pam
Omaha
AHI
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
M.Ed., MSN
Certified Nurse
Practitioner
ANCC Certified (BC)
Acute Care Nurse
Practitioner
AACN Certified CCRNAdult Critical Care Nurse
Nebraska APRN-CNS
APRN Clinical Nurse
Specialist Certified (BC)
by ANCC
Certified Emergency
Nurse (CEN)
Certified Critical Care RN
(CCRN)
Nebraska APRN-CNS
ANCC Certified as
Clinical Specialist in
Public/Community Health
Nursing
NCC Certified as a Low
Risk Neonatal Nurse
---
Omaha
ADM
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
No
MBA, MSN
---
No
BEAM
Elizabeth
BENTZ
Jeanne
Omaha
AHI
1.0 FY
Instructor
No
MSN
---
No
Kearney
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
No
BERGER
Ann
Omaha
AHI
1.0 FY
Professor
Yes
PhD
AANP Certified Family
NP
ANCC Certified
Psychiatric NP
Nebraska APRN-CNS
Certified Advanced
Oncology Clinical Nurse
Specialist (AOCNS®)
BEVIL
Catherine
Omaha
AGUIRRE
Trina
ANDERSON
Michele
ANTONSON
Rita
Director, Senior Health
Promotion Center
Assistant Dean for
Administration (through
1/31/11)
Director, Doctoral Program
& Dorothy Hodges Olson
Chair in Nursing
+ Sum 10 & 11
(Received 8/13/10)
(FAAN)
AHI
1.0 FY
Professor
No
EdD
---
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Director, Continuing
Nursing Education &
Evaluation
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APPENDIX D
FACULTY
DEMOGRAPHICS
APPENDIX
D
FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS
NAME
DIV.
DEPT.
BICKERSTAFF
Kathy
Omaha
CBH
BINSTOCK
Catherine
Omaha
BLACK
Joyce
Omaha
BRAVO
Katherine
BROWN
B. Jane
Omaha
FHS
West
Nebraska
---
Omaha
AHI
1.0 FY
West
Nebraska
Northern
---
1.0 AY
---
1.0 AY
Kearney
---
1.0 FY
CAMPBELLGROSSMAN
Christie
Lincoln
---
CHAMBERLAIN
Julie
CHAPERON
Claudia
Omaha
AHI
Omaha
CBH
CHRISTENSEN
Mary
CLARK
Crystal
CLARK
Lissa
CLARKE
Manda
COHEN
Marlene
Lincoln
---
Omaha
BUCHANAN
Lynne
BULL
Linda
BURBACH
Beth
BURGE
Stephanie
Chair, Faculty Organization
Associate Dean for Research
& Kenneth E. Morehead
Endowed Chair in Nursing
CONNELLY
Liane
Assistant Dean, Northern
Division (effective 6-27-11)
FTE
RANK
TENURE
HIGHEST
DEGREE
--(FELLOW)
CERTIFIED
FOR
ADVANCED
PRACTICE
GRAD.
FACULTY
.50 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
No
AHI
.80 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
AHI
.60 AY
Associate
Professor
No
PhD
Nurse
Specialist
Instructor
No
(FAPWCA)
(FAAN)
MSN
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified as
Clinical Specialist in Adult
Psychiatric and Mental
Health Nursing
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified Adult
Nurse Practitioner
Certified Plastic Surgical
Nurse
Certified Wound Care
Nurse
PNCB Certified PNP-PC
No
MSN
Associate
Professor
Instructor
No
+ Sum 10 & 11
1.0 AY
+ Sum 11
1.0 AY
No
Yes
No
PhD
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
Nebraska APRN-NP
Yes
No
MSN
---
No
Nurse
Specialist
Instructor
No
MSN
No
No
MSN
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
Yes
PhD
NLN Certified Nurse
Educator
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified Primary
Care Adult and Family
Health Nursing Practice
AANP Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
---
Yes
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MS
---
No
+ Sum 11
1.0 AY
Assistant
Professor
No
PhD
Yes
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
Nebraska APRN-NP
Certified Gerontological
Nurse Practitioner
Nebraska APRN-NP
AHI
.50 Sum 11
No
MSN
---
No
Omaha
AHI
1.0 AY
Nurse
Specialist
Instructor
No
MSN
No
West
Nebraska
Omaha
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
NLN Certified Nurse
Educator
Nebraska APRN-NP
AHI
1.0 FY
Professor
Yes
PhD
---
Yes
ANCC Board Certified,
Nurse Executive,
Advanced (NEA-BC) in
Advanced Nursing
Administration
Yes
+ Sum 10
+ Sum 10
No
No
No
No
(FAAN)
Northern
---
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
No
PhD
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DEMOGRAPHICS
APPENDIX
D
FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS
NAME
DIV.
DEPT.
FTE
RANK
TENURE
HIGHEST
DEGREE
--(FELLOW)
CERTIFIED
FOR
ADVANCED
PRACTICE
GRAD.
FACULTY
COOK
Ernestine
CRAMER
Mary
Omaha
AHI
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
---
No
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
No
PhD
ANCC Certified (BC)
Advanced Public Health
Nursing
Yes
CUDDIGAN
Janet
Omaha
AHI
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
Yes
PhD
Certified Wound Care
Nurse
Yes
CULROSS
Beth
Omaha
CBH
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
No
DAUEL
Lois
DOUGHERTY
Jill
DUNCAN
Kathy
EISENHAUER
Christine
Kearney
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
Nebraska APRN-CNS
Certified Registered
Rehabilitation Nurse
Certified Gerontological
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Nebraska APRN-NP
Omaha
FHS
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
PNC Certified PNP
No
Lincoln
---
1.0 FY
Yes
PhD
---
Yes
Northern
---
.60 AY
Associate
Professor
Instructor
No
MSN
No
ELLERMEIER
Michelle
FARRIS
Nancy
Kearney
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
Nebraska APRN-CNS
ANCC Certified Advanced
Public Health Nurse
---
Omaha
CBH
1.0 AY
Assistant
Professor
No
MSN
No
FILIPI
Mary
Omaha
AHI
.80 FY
Assistant
Professor
No
PhD
FLECK
Margaret Ofe
FLETCHER
Barbara Swore
FLIAM
Julie
FORD
Amy
Lincoln
---
1.0 AY
No
PhD
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
No
PhD
---
Yes
West
Nebraska
Omaha
---
1.0 AY
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Instructor
Nebraska APRN-CNS
ANCC Certified Clinical
Specialist in Community
Health Nursing
Nebraska APRN-NP
AANP Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
ANCC Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
---
No
MSN
---
No
FHS
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
No
Lincoln
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
Nebraska APRN-NP
Women’s Health Nurse
Practitioner (NCC)
---
Omaha
FHS
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
No
Kearney
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
Neonatal Advanced Life
Support Certified
---
Omaha
FHS
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
No
PhD
International Coaching
Federation Certified
Organizational Coach &
Life Coach
Yes
Chair, Community-Based
Health Department
Chair, Adult, Health &
Illness Department &
Interim Assistant Dean for
Administration (effective
1/1/11)
FULWIDER
Jami
GOOMIS
Sara
GRENI
Jessica
GRIGSBY
Karen
Chair, Families & Health
Systems
14
+ Sum 10 & 11
EdD
(Received 12/18/10)
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
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DEMOGRAPHICS
APPENDIX
D
FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS
NAME
DIV.
DEPT.
FTE
RANK
TENURE
HIGHEST
DEGREE
--(FELLOW)
CERTIFIED
FOR
ADVANCED
PRACTICE
GRAD.
FACULTY
GROSS
Gloria
Omaha
FHS
1.0 AY
Associate
Professor
No
PhD
---
Yes
HACKWITH
Jennifer
HECKERT
Wende
Omaha
CBH
.40 Spring
Instructor
No
MS
Nebraska APRN-NP
No
Northern
---
1.0 AY
Assistant
Professor
No
DNP
Yes
HEISER
Robyn
Northern
---
.20 AY
Nurse
Specialist
No
MSN
HERBOLDSHEIMER
Amy
HERTZOG
Melody
HILDERBRAND
Jamie
HOLYOKE
Sharon
West
--Nebraska
Lincoln NNRC
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
Nebraska APRN-NP
AANP Certified Nurse
Practitioner
ANCC Certified Nurse
Practitioner
Nebraska APRN-NP
AANP Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
ANCC Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
---
1.0 FY
Assistant
Professor
Instructor
No
PhD
---
Yes
No
MSN
---
No
(Emeritus Faculty effective
5/14/11)
(through 5/13/11)
No
No
Omaha
AHI
1.0 AY
Omaha
CBH
.30 AY
Assistant
Professor
No
MSN
Nebraska APRN-NP
No
HOUFEK
Julia
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
Yes
PhD
Yes
HUDSON
Diane Brage
Lincoln
---
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
Yes
PhD
Nebraska APRN-CNS
ANCC Certified Clinical
Nurse Specialist in Child/
Adolescent Psychiatric
Mental Health Nursing
ANCC Certified Clinical
Nurse Specialist in Adult
Psychiatric Mental Health
Nursing
---
HULME
Polly
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
Yes
PhD
Yes
JACKSON
Diane
Kearney
---
.75 AY
Instructor
No
MS
JONES
Pamela
Omaha
CBH
.90 FY- CON
No
PhD
West
Nebraska
Omaha
---
.10 FY-COPH
1.0 AY
Assistant
Professor
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANA Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
Nebraska APRN-NP
AANP Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
---
Instructor
No
MSN
---
No
CBH
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
Yes
PhD
Nebraska APRN-CNS
ANCC Certified Clinical
Specialist in Community
Health Nursing
Yes
Emeritus Faculty
Assistant Dean – Lincoln
Division
JUDY
Jan
KAISER
Katherine
(through 12/10/10)
+ Sum 11
Yes
No
Yes
15
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DEMOGRAPHICS
APPENDIX
D
FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS
NAME
DIV.
DEPT.
FTE
RANK
TENURE
HIGHEST
DEGREE
--(FELLOW)
CERTIFIED
FOR
ADVANCED
PRACTICE
GRAD.
FACULTY
KAISER
Margaret
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
Assistant
Professor
No
PhD
Yes
KEATING-LEFLER
Rebecca
KOTCHERLAKOTA
Suhasini
Omaha
FHS
1.0 FY
No
PhD
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Nebraska APRN-CNS
ANCC Certified Clinical
Nurse Specialist in
Community Health
Nursing
---
No
PhD
---
Yes
KREMAN
Rebecca
West
Nebraska
---
1.0 AY
Assistant
Professor
No
PhD
Nebraska APRN-NP
Yes
KROEGER
Roberta
Lincoln
---
.20 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
No
LAFRAMBOISE
Louise
Omaha
AHI
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
Yes
PhD
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified Nurse
Practitioner
---
LANGDON
Kathleen
Lincoln
---
.50 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
LINDEMAN
Marlene
LOCKETT
Cheryl
MACNAMARA
Ruth
Omaha
CBH
1.0 AY
No
MSN
Lincoln
---
.50 AY
Assistant
Professor
Instructor
No
MSN
Northern
---
.60 FY
Associate
Professor
No
McCOY
Heidi
McELVAIN
Donna
McGIVNEY-LIECHTI
Karen
Lincoln
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
Lincoln
---
1.0 AY
Lincoln
---
MEGEL
Mary
Omaha
MEIER
Nancy
Director, Undergraduate
Program
Yes
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified Family
Psychiatric and Mental
Health Nurse
Nebraska APRN-CNS
No
No
PhD
ANCC Board Certified
Adult Nurse Practitioner
---
No
MSN
---
No
Instructor
No
MSN
---
No
.50 AY
Instructor
No
MSM
No
FHS
1.0 AY
Associate
Professor
No
PhD
Nebraska APRN-CNM
ACNM Certified Nurse
Midwife
NCC Certified Inpatient
Obstetric Nurse
Certified Healing Touch
Practitioner
West
Nebraska
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
---
No
MERTZ
Mary Ann
MILLER
Connie
Kearney
---
1.0 AY
No
EdD
---
Yes
Omaha
AHI
1.0 FY
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
No
PhD
---
Yes
MILLER
Joella
Kearney
---
1.0 AY
Assistant
Professor
No
MS
---
No
Assistant Dean – Northern
Division (through 1/15/11)
Director, Learning Resource
Center
16
(effective 2/14/11)
Yes
No
No
Yes
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DEMOGRAPHICS
APPENDIX
D
FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS
NAME
DIV.
DEPT.
FTE
RANK
TENURE
HIGHEST
DEGREE
--(FELLOW)
CERTIFIED
FOR
ADVANCED
PRACTICE
GRAD.
FACULTY
MORRIS
Kathy
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
Assistant
Professor
No
DNP
Yes
NELSON
Audrey
NICKEL
Kathryn
NIELSEN
Jessica
NIEVEEN
Janet
PELISH
Peggy
Omaha
FHS
1.0 FY
Yes
PhD
Kearney
---
1.0 AY
No
PhD
---
No
Omaha
AHI
1.0 Spring
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Instructor
Nebraska APRN-NP
AANP Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
ANCC Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
Certified Asthma Educator
---
No
MSN
Nebraska APRN-NP
No
Lincoln
---
1.0 FY
No
PhD
---
Yes
Omaha
FHS
1.0 AY
Assistant
Professor
Associate
Professor
Yes
PhD
Yes
Omaha
AHI
1.0 FY
Instructor
No
MSN, MBA
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
ANCC Certified Pediatric
Nurse Practitioner
Nebraska APRN-CNS
Kearney
---
1.0 FY
Assistant
Professor
Yes
MN
---
No
POZEHL
Bunny
Lincoln
---
1.0 FY
Professor
Yes
PhD
Yes
PULLEN
Carol
REED
Jill
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
Professor
Yes
EdD
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified Adult
Nurse Practitioner
ANCC Certified Acute
Care Nurse Practitioner
---
Kearney
---
1.0 AY
Nurse
Specialist
No
MSN
No
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
Professor
No
PhD
West
Nebraska
Omaha
---
1.0 FY
Yes
(FAAN)
PhD
CBH
+ Sum 10 & 11
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified
Psychiatric Mental Health
---
No
DNP
Omaha
FHS
1.0 FY
Professor
Yes
PhD
Director, Family Health Care
Center (through 7/31/10)
PETERSEN
Mary C.
PITKIN
Steve
Assistant Dean, Kearney
Division & Interim Assistant
Dean, Northern Division
(effective 1/1/11)
RICE
Michael
RODEHORST
Kim
ROGERS
Ginger
RYAN
Sheila
Charlotte Peck Lienemann &
Alumni Distinguished Chair,
& Director of International
Programs
SAMSON
Dana
SAND
Barbara
(FAANP)
(FAHA)
1.0 AY
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Nebraska APRN-NP
Iowa APRN-NP
ANCC Certified in
Gerontology
---
Yes
Yes
(FAAN)
West
Nebraska
Lincoln
---
1.0 FY
Instructor
No
MSN
---
No
---
1.0 AY
Assistant
Professor
No
MSN
Nebraska APRN-NP
No
17
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FACULTY
DEMOGRAPHICS
APPENDIX
D
FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS
NAME
DIV.
DEPT.
FTE
RANK
TENURE
HIGHEST
DEGREE
--(FELLOW)
CERTIFIED
FOR
ADVANCED
PRACTICE
GRAD.
FACULTY
SATHER
Linda
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
Assistant
Professor
No
EdD
ANCC Advanced Certified
Nurse Executive
Yes
SCHLIFE
Judith
Lincoln
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
No
SCHMADERER
Myra
SCHMITZ
Rita
SCHULZ
Paula
SCHUMACHER
Karen
Lincoln
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
Nebraska APRN-CNS
ANCC Certified Clinical
Nurse Specialist
---
Lincoln
---
1.0 AY
No
MSN
---
No
Lincoln
---
1.0 FY
No
PhD
---
Yes
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Associate
Professor
No
PhD
---
Yes
SEIDL
Lucinda
SEO
Yaewon
SITTNER
Barbara
STANLEY
Mary Jane
STRUWE
Leeza
STUART
Nancy
SUEHL
Jean
SUEPER
Mary
Lincoln
---
.75 AY
No
MSN
---
No
Omaha
AHI
1.0 FY
No
PhD
---
Yes
Lincoln
---
1.0 FY
No
PhD
---
Yes
Lincoln
---
1.0 AY
No
MA
---
No
Lincoln
---
1.0 AY
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Instructor
No
MSN
No
Kearney
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MS
ANCC Board Certified
APRN
---
Northern
---
.20 Spring
Instructor
No
MSN
Nebraska APRN-NP
No
Omaha
FHS
.80 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
No
SWANSON
Heather
Kearney
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
SWANTEK
Jennifer
THOMPSON
Cheryl
THOMPSON
Sarah
Northern
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
Nebraska APRN-NP
RNC Certification as a
Women’s Healthcare
Nurse Practitioner
Nebraska APRN-CNM
AMCB Certified Nurse
Midwife
ANCC Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
IBCLE Registered
Lactation Consultant
---
Omaha
FHS
PhD
---
Yes
CBH
Associate
Professor
Professor
Yes
Omaha
.25 FY CON
.75 FY AA
1.0 FY
Yes
PhD
---
Yes
Director, Mobile Nursing
Center & Interim Director,
Morehead Center for
Nursing Practice
Director, Postdoctoral
Research Training Program
& Interim Director,
Doctorate of Nursing
Practice (effective 1/31/11)
Associate Dean for
Academic Programs &
Niedfelt Professor
18
+ Sum 11
+ Sum 10 & 11
No
No
No
No
(FAAN)
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APPENDIX D
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DEMOGRAPHICS
APPENDIX
D
FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS
NAME
DIV.
DEPT.
FTE
RANK
TENURE
HIGHEST
DEGREE
--(FELLOW)
CERTIFIED
FOR
ADVANCED
PRACTICE
GRAD.
FACULTY
TIERNEY
Cathy
TILDEN
Virginia
Northern
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
---
No
Omaha
CBH
1.0 FY
Professor
Yes
DNSc
---
Yes
TRAUSCH
Pat
TWISS
Janice
Kearney
---
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
(FAAN)
MS
---
No
Omaha
FHS
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
Yes
PhD
Yes
VISOVSKY
Connie
WAIBEL-RYCEK
Denise
Omaha
AHI
1.0 FY
No
PhD
Kearney
---
1.0 AY
Associate
Professor
Instructor
Nebraska APRN-NP
NCC Certified in
Obstetric, Gynecologic &
Neonatal Nursing
Specialties – WHNP-BC
Nebraska APRN-NP
No
MSN
---
No
WALKER
Susan Noble
Omaha
CBH
.05 FY
Professor
No
EdD
---
Yes
WALTMAN
Nancy
Lincoln
---
1.0 FY
Professor
Yes
(FAAN)
PhD
Yes
WEBER
Rita
WELLS
Wendy
Kearney
---
Instructor
No
MS
West
Nebraska
---
.70 Fall
1.0 Spring
1.0 AY
Nebraska APRN-NP
ANCC Certified Adult
Nurse Practitioner
---
Instructor
No
MSN
No
Lincoln
---
.75 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
Certified Red Cross
HIV/AIDS Instructor
Certified Red Cross First
Aid/CPR Instructor
---
Omaha
FHS
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
---
No
Omaha
AHI
1.0 AY
Instructor
No
MSN
---
No
Lincoln
---
1.0 FY
Yes
PhD
---
Yes
Northern
---
Assistant
Professor
Instructor
No
MSN
No
West
Nebraska
---
1.0 FY
Assistant
Professor
No
PhD
Omaha
FHS
1.0 FY
Associate
Professor
No
PhD
Nebraska APRN-CNS
ANCC Advanced Public
Health Nurse
AAP Neonatal
Resuscitation Program
Provider
AHA Basic Life Support
for Healthcare Provider
NCC Certification for InPatient Obstetrics
Lamaze International
Certified Childbirth
Educator
National Certification
Board of Pediatric Nurse
Practitioners & Nurses
Pediatric Nurse
Practitioner
Dean
Director of Operations,
Kearney Division
WERTZ
Katie
WESSEL
Kristen Bryan
WHITE
Alison
WIGGINS
Shirley
WILBER
Anne
WILHELM
Sue
Assistant Dean – West
Nebraska Division
WILSON
Peggy
(Emeritus Faculty effective
7/1/11)
+ Sum 11
(through 12/31/10)
1.0 AY
+ Sum 11
(through 6/30/11)
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
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APPENDIX D
FACULTY
DEMOGRAPHICS
APPENDIX
D
FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS
NAME
DIV.
DEPT.
FTE
RANK
TENURE
HIGHEST
DEGREE
--(FELLOW)
CERTIFIED
FOR
ADVANCED
PRACTICE
GRAD.
FACULTY
YAO
Kathleen
Omaha
FHS
1.0 Spring
Instructor
No
MSN
No
YATES
Bernice
YOUNG
Lufei
Omaha
AHI
1.0 FY
Professor
Yes
PhD
Lincoln
---
.40 Fall
Nurse
Specialist
No
PhD
Nebraska APRN-NP
NCC Women’s Health
Nurse Practitioner
AACN Board Certified
CCRN
---
1.0 Spring
Assistant
Professor
Professor
Yes
PhD
---
Yes
No
(FAAN)
(FAHA)
DNP
Nebraska APRN-NP
AANP Certified Family
Nurse Practitioner
ANCC Certified in
Advanced Diabetes
Management
National Certification
Board for Diabetes
Educators Certified
Diabetes Educator
Yes
ZIMMERMAN
Lani
Lincoln
ZWIENER
Michelle Brtek
Northern
---
---
1.0 FY
1.0 AY
Instructor
(through 10/14/10
Assistant
Professor
(beginning
10/15/10)
Notes:
(Received 7/30/10)
Yes
Summer 2010 (Sum 10) reflects the dates of July 10 – September 3, 2010 (Accelerated)
Summer 2011 (Sum 11) reflects the dates of May 9 – July 2, 2011 (Accelerated)
Other Summer dates range from May 17 to August 13, 2010 & May 16 to August 12, 2011 (depending on course)
Academic Year (AY) for 2010-2011: August 16, 2010 through May 13, 2011
Fiscal Year (FY) for 2010-2011: July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011
Selected Abbreviations:
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(Received 12/17/10)
Yes
ANCC – American Nurses Credentialing Center
NCC – National Certification Corporation
APRN-NP – Advanced Practice Registered Nurse – Nurse Practitioner
APRN-CNS – Advanced Practice Registered Nurse – Clinical Nurse Specialist
APRN-CNM – Advanced Practice Registered Nurse – Certified Nurse Midwife
PNC – Pediatric Nursing Certification
AANP – American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
ACNM – American College of Nurse Midwives
AAP – American Academy of Pediatrics
AHA – American Heart Association
FAAN – Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing
FAHA – Fellow in the American Heart Association
FAPWCA – Fellow in the American Professional Wound Care Association
FCNCCE – Fellow in the Center for Nursing Classification & Clinical Effectiveness
FAANP – Fellow in the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
IBCLE – International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners
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APPENDIX E
RESEARCH GRANTS FUNDED FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011
Buchanan, L. (P.I.) V.A. Medical Center – Iowa City, IPA for Improving the Delivery of Smoking Cessation Guidelines in
Hospitalized Veterans. 10/01/09-09/30/10
10/01/09 - 09/30/12: $14,800
10/01/09 - 09/30/11: $14,800
Cuddigan, J. (P.I.) National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, Pressure Ulcer Treatment Guidelines Revision.
07/01/07 - 09/30/09: $22,000 directs + $0 F&A = $22,000
07/01/07 – 06/30/09: $15,000 directs + $0 F&A = $15,000 (supplement)
01/01/10 - 12/31/10: $26,961 directs + $7,009 F&A = $33,970
01/01/11 - 12/31/11: $23,645 directs + $6,148 F&A = $29,793
Filipi, M. (PI) MARS Foundation. Impact of Structured Weight Resistance Training on Balance in MS Patients.
07/01/07 - 06/30/08: $50,000
07/01/07 - 06/30/11: $15,000 (supplement)
*Balas, M. (PI) Bevil, C., Burke, W.J., Cohen, M.Z., Ely, E.W., Gannon, D.E., Nuss, S.L., Olsen, K.M., Schmid, K.K, Stothert,
J.C., Sullivan, J.N., Vasilevskis, E.E., Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Awakening-Breathing Coordination, Delirium & Early
Mobility (ABCDE) Protocol: Nurse-Led, Interprofessional, Multi-component Plan for Managing Delirium in the Critically Ill Adult.
(11/1/10-4/30/12):
11/10/10 - 04/30/12: $267,858 direct + $32,142 F&A = $300,000
Houfek, J. (P.I.), Buchanan, L., Jones, P., Hertzog, M., Reiser, G.M. National Institutes of Health-National Institute of
Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (R21), Developing Genetic Education for Smoking Cessation. (1 R21 DK084517-01:
07/01/09-07/31/11):
07/01/09-06/30/10: $250,000 directs + $121,250 F&A = $371,250
08/01/10-07/31/11: $250,000 directs + $121,250 F&A = $371,250.
*Pullen, C. (PI) Boeckner, L.S., Hageman, P.A., Hertzog, M., Pozehl, B. National Institutes of Health, National Institute of
Nursing Research (R01). Web-based Weight Loss & Weight Maintenance Intervention for Older Rural Women. (1R01NR01058901A2: 09/09/10-06/30/15):
09/09/10 - 06/30/11: $484,019 directs + $233,451 F&A = $717,470
07/01/11 - 06/30/12: $506,167 directs + $221,042 F&A = $727,209
07/01/12 - 06/30/13: $487,290 directs + $233,899 F&A = $721,189
07/01/13 - 06/30/14: $448,536 directs + $215,298 F&A = $663, 834
07/01/14 - 06/30/15: $461,740 directs + $149,754 F&A = $461,740
Schumacher, K. (P.I.) Sub-award Agreement with University of California, San Francisco (Prime Award National Institutes
of Health, National Cancer Institute (R01); Miaskowski, C, (PI), Improving Cancer Pain Management Through Self Care.
(CA5043SC 4/1/08 – 7/31/12):
04/01/08 – 07/31/08: $11,916 direct + $5,601 F&A = $17,517
08/01/08 – 07/31/09: $63,194 direct + $29,701 F&A = $92,895
08/01/09 – 07/31/10: $66,294 direct + $31,158 F&A = $97,452
08/01/10 – 07/31/11: $68,148 directs + $32,030 F&A = $100,178
08/01/11 – 07/31/12: $46,375 direct + $21,796 F&A = $68,171
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FUNDING FOR 2010-2011 PENDING
Pullen, C. (PI) Yates, B., Bevil, C., Cohen, M.Z., Hertzog, M., Thompson, C., Zimmerman, L. National Institutes of Health,
National Institute of Nursing Research (P20). Interdisciplinary Healthy Heart Center: Linking Rural Populations by Technology
(1P20NR011404: 08/04/09-05/31/14)
08/04/09 - 05/31/10: $202,020 directs + $97,980 F&A = $300,000
06/01/10 - 05/31/11: $200,000 directs + $97,000 F&A = $297,000
(Pending) 06/01/11 - 05/31/12: $200,000 directs + $97,000 F&A = $297,000
06/01/12 - 05/31/13: $200,000 directs + $97,000 F&A = $297,000
06/01/13 - 05/31/14: $200,000 directs + $97,000 F&A = $297,000
Pullen, C. (P.I.) Walker, S., Hageman, P., Boeckner, L., Hertzog, M., Hulme, P., Fayad, P. Karnja, N., Minor, M. National
Institutes of Health, National Institute of Nursing Research (R01), Modifying Lifestyle in Prehypertensive Older Rural Women. (2
R01 NR04861-05A2. 8/1/06–5/31/11):
08/01/06 - 05/31/07: $349,357 direct + $156,247 F&A = $505,604
06/01/07 - 05/31/08: $405,596 direct + $167,990 F&A = $573,586
06/01/08 - 05/31/09: $382,112 direct + $158,753 F&A = $540,865
06/01/09 – 05/31/10: $386,443 direct + $166,081 F&A = $552,524
(Pending) 06/01/10 - 05/31/11: $151,217 direct + $63,350 F&A = $214,567
Educational/Special Projects Grants
Chaperon, C. (PD) Houfek, J., Rice, M., Culross, B., Holyoke, S., Bevil, C. U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services,
Comprehensive Geriatric Education Program, CFDA 93.265. Retooling for an Aging Nebraska: Geriatric Nurse Practitioners –
Masters Accelerated Post-Certificate (GNP-MAP Program). (1D62HP15054-01; 07/01/09 - 06/30/12):
07/01/09 - 06/30/10: $145,069 direct + $11,606 F&A = $156,675
07/01/10 - 06/30/11: $140,186 direct + $11,215 F&A = $151,401
07/01/11 - 06/30/12: $143,397 direct + $11,472 F&A = 154,869
*Chaperon, C. (PD) U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Equipment to Enhance Training for Health
Professionals (EETHP) – Comprehensive Geriatric Education Program (CGEP), CFDA 93.411. Equipment to Enhance Training
for Health Professionals (EETHP) – Comprehensive Geriatric Education Program (CGEP). (1D76HP20705-01-00)
09/01/10 - 08/31/11: $299,514
*Grigsby, K. (PD) Barry, T.L., Bevil, C., Duncan, K., Pitkin, S. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
Advanced Education Nursing Program, CFDA 93.247. Increasing Leadership Capacity of Nurses in Rural Nebraska.
(1D09HP18990-01-00; 07/01/10 - 06/30/13):
07/01/10 - 06/30/11: $268,000 directs + $21,440 F&A = $289,440
07/01/11 - 06/30/12: $233,878 directs + $20,337 F&A = $254,215
07/01/12 - 06/30/13: $246,936 directs + $21,473 F&A = $268,409
*LaFramboise, L. (PD) Miller, C., Barry, T., Durham, C. U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Nurse
Education Practice and Retention Grant, CFDA 93.359. Innovations in Clinical Education: The Dedicated Education Unit
(1D11HP19240-01-00; 07/01/10-06/30/11)
07/01/10 - 06/30/11: $259,833 direct + $20,787 F&A = $280,620
07/01/11 - 06/30/12: $252,619 direct + $20,210 F&A = $272,829
07/01/12 - 06/30/13: $258,439 direct + $20,675 F&A = $279,114
*Thompson, S. (PD) U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Nurse Faculty Loan Program, CFDA 93.264. Nurse
Faculty Loan Program. (1E01HP18933-01-00): 07/01/10-06/30/11: $65,580
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FUNDING FOR 2010-2011 PENDING
Rice, M. (P.D.), Houfek, J., (Co-P.D.), Mathews, T., Bickerstaff, K., Thompson, C., Bevil, C. U.S. Department of Health
& Human Services, Advanced Education Nursing Program, CFDA 93.247. Primary Integrated Psychiatric Nursing (PIPN).
(1D09HP14988-01; 07/01/09 - 06/30/12):
07/01/09-06/30/10: $320,498 direct + $25,640 F&A = $346,138
07/01/10-06/30/11: $294,090 direct + $23,527 F&A = $317,617
(Pending) 07/01/11-06/30/12: $290,544 direct + $23,244 F&A = $313,788
Thompson, S. (P.D.), Visovsky, C. (Co-P.D.), Bevil, C., Rice, M., Miller, C. U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services,
Advanced Education Nursing Program, CFDA 93.247. Increasing Faculty Capacity in Nebraska. (1D09HP14668-01;
07/01/09 - 06/30/12):
07/01/09-06/30/10: $268,199 direct + $21,056 F&A = $284,255
07/01/10-06/30/11: $208,608 direct + $16,689 F&A = $225,297
(Pending) 07/01/11-06/30/12: $99,010 direct + $7,921 F&A = $106,931
Barry, T. (P.D.) U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services, Nursing Education Practice and Retention Grant, CFDA 93.359.
Reducing Disparities in Type 2 Diabetes Care Through a State-Wide Network of Nursing Centers. (6D11HP08312-01;
07/01/07 – 06/30/12):
07/01/07 – 06/30/08: $278,768 direct + $22,301 F & A = $301,069
07/01/08 – 06/30/09: $288,223 direct + $23,058 F & A = $311,281
07/01/09 – 06/30/10: $305,321 direct + $24,426 F & A = $329,747
07/01/10 –0 6/30/11: $314,581 direct + $25,166 F & A = $339,747
(Pending) 07/01/11 – 06/30/12: $312,374 direct + $24,990 F&A = $337,364
Cramer, M. (P.D.) Region 6 Behavioral Healthcare Services. Tobacco Free Nebraska Program (MOTAC). 10/01/04-06/30/06:
$54,396 direct + $1,704 F&A = $56,100
07/01/06 - 06/30/07: $27,057 direct + $2,706 F&A = $29,763
07/01/08 - 06/30/09: $51,670 direct + $5,167 F&A = $56,837
07/01/09 - 06/30/10: $54,949 direct + $5,495 F&A = $60,444
(Pending) 07/01/10-06/30/11: $36,430 direct + $3,643 F&A = $40,073
*New Funding
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APPENDIX F
PUBLICATIONS* FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011
*Bold type demotes current College of Nursing faculty and/or staff members.
Professional Journals – 2010
BALAS, MICHELE
Balas, M.C. (2010). Free your MIND and the rest will
follow: Decoding delirium in the intensive care unit.
Critical Care Medicine, 38(2), 697-698.
doi: 10.1097/CCM.0b013e3181c89542
Balas, M.C., Casey, C.M., & Happ, M.B. (2010). Assessing
and managing critically ill older adults: Resources
for educators and clinicians. Journal of Gerontological
Nursing, 36(7), 27-35.
doi: 10.3928/00989134-20100527-98
BARNASON, SUE
Barnason, S., Zimmerman, L., Hertzog, M., & Schulz, P.
(2010). Pilot testing of a medication self-management
transition intervention for heart failure patients.
Western Journal of Nursing Research, 32(7), 849-870.
doi: 10.1177/0193945910371216
Abbott, A.A., Barnason, S., & Zimmerman, L. (2010).
Symptom burden clusters and their impact on
psychosocial functioning following coronary artery
bypass surgery. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 25(4),
301-310. doi: 10.1097/JCN.0b013e3181cfbb46
Zimmerman, L., Barnason, S., Young, L., Tu, C., Schulz,
P., & Abbott, A.A. (2010). Symptom profiles of
coronary artery bypass surgery patients at risk for poor
functioning outcomes. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing,
25(4), 292-300. doi: 10.1097/JCN.0b013e3181cfba00
BARRY, TERESA
Houfek, J.F., Kaiser, K.L., Visovsky, C., Barry, T.L.,
Nelson, A.E., Kaiser, M.M., & Miller, C.L. (2010).
Using a writing group to promote faculty scholarship.
Nurse Educator, 35(1), 41-45. doi:
10.1097/NNE.0b013e3181c42133
Kaiser, K.L., Barry, T.L., Lopez, P., & Raymond, R. (2010).
Improving access and managing population health
through multidisciplinary partnerships. Journal of Public
Health Management and Practice, 16(6), 544-552.
doi: 10.1097/PHH.0b013e3181c9817e
BEAM, ELIZABETH
Beam, E., Boulter, K., Freihaut, F., Schwedhelm, S.,
& Smith, P. (2010). The Nebraska experience in
biocontainment care. Public Health Nursing, 27(2),
140-147. doi: 10.1111/j.1525.1446.2010.00837.x
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BERGER, ANN
Berger, A. (2010). Trouble sleeping during breast cancer
adjuvant chemotherapy treatments. Oncology Nurse
Edition, 24(4), 41-44.
Berger, A., Bruera, E., & Cimprich, B. (2010). Recognition
and treatment of the symptom of cancer related
fatigue. ASCO Educational Book, pp.350-355.
Berger, A.M., Aberrnethy, A.P., Atkinson, A., Barsevick,
A.M., Breitbart, W.S., Cella, D., Cimprich, B., Cleeland,
C., Eisenberger, M.A., Escalante, C.P., Jacobsen, P.B.,
Kaldor, P., Ligibel, J.A., Murphy, B.A., O’Connor, T., Pirl,
W.F., Rodler, E., Rugo, H.S., Thomas, J., & Wagner, L.L.
(2010). Cancer-related fatigue. Journal of the National
Comprehensive Cancer Network: JNCCN, 8(8), 904-931.
Berger, A.M., Grem, J.L., Visovsky, C., Marunda, H.A.,
& Yurkovich, J.M. (2010). Fatigue and other variables
during adjuvant chemotherapy for colon and rectal
cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum, 37(6), E359-E369.
doi: 10.118/10.ONF.E359-E369
Barsevick, A., Beck, S.L., Dudley, W., Wong, B., Berger,
A.M., Whitmer, K., Newhall, T., Brown, S., & Stewart,
K. (2010). Efficacy of an intervention for fatigue and
sleep disturbance during cancer chemotherapy. Journal
of Pain and Symptom Management, 40(2), 200-216.
doi: 10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2009,12.020; PMCID:
PMC2921542.
Beck, S.L., Berger, A.M., Barsevick, A.M., Wong, B., Stewart,
K.A., & Dudley, W.N. (2010). Sleep quality after initial
chemotherapy for breast cancer. Support Care Cancer,
18(6), 679-689. doi: 10.1007/s00520-009-0662-y;
PMCID: PMC2874643
Brusnahan, S.K., McGuire, T.R., Jackson, J.D., Lane, J.T.,
Garvin, K.L., O’Kane, B.J., Berger, A.M., Tuljapurkar,
S.R., Kessinger, M.A., & Sharp, J.G. (2010). Human
blood and marrow side population stem cell and Stro-1
positive bone marrow stromal cell numbers decline
with age, with an increase in quality of surviving stem
cells: Correlation with cytokines. Mechanisms of Ageing
and Development, 131, 718-722. doi:
10.1016/j.mad.2010/10.002
Mortimer, J.E., Barsevick, A.M., Bennett, C.L., Berger, A.M.,
Cleeland, C., Devader, S.R., Escalante, C., Gilreath,
J., Hurria, A., Medoza, T.R., & Rugo, H.S. (2010).
Studying cancer-related fatigue: report of the NCCN
Scientific Research Committee. Journal of the National
Comprehensive Cancer Network: JNCCN, 8(12),
1331-1339.
Suleiman, K.H., Yates, B.C., Berger, A.M., Pozehl, B., &
Meza, J. (2010). Translating the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality
Index into Arabic. Western Journal of Nursing Research,
32(2), 250-268. Midwest Nursing Research Society 2009
Best Paper. doi: 10.1177/0193945909348230
BLACK, JOYCE
Black, J., Baharestani, M., Black, S., Cavazos, J., ConnerKerr, T., Edsberg, L., Peirce, B., Rivera, E., & Schultz, G.
(2010). An overview of tissue types in pressure ulcers:
a consensus panel recommendation. Ostomy Wound
Management, 56(4), 28-44.
Black, J.M., Cuddigan, J.E., Walko, M.A., Didier, L.A.,
Lander, M.J., & Kelpe, M.R. (2010). Medical device
related pressure ulcers in hospitalized patients.
International Wound Journal, 7(5), 358-365. doi:
10.1111/j.1742-481X.2010.00699.x
Langemo, D.K., Black, J., & National Pressure Ulcer
Panel. (2010). Pressure ulcers in individuals receiving
palliative care: a National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel
white paper. Advances in Skin & Wound Care, 23(2), 5972. doi: 10.1097/01.ASW.0000363502.84737.c8
Wearing, J., Black, J., & Kline, K. (2010). A model for
nurse practitioner regulation: principles underpinning
a three-registration category approach. Nursing
Leadership, 22(4), 40-49.
Wolff, A.C., Regan, S., Pesut, B., & Black, J. (2010). Ready
for what? An exploration of the meaning of new
graduate nurses’ readiness for practice. International
Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 7(1), Article 7.
doi: 10.2202/1548-923X.1827
BUCHANAN, LYNNE
Buchanan, L.M. & Khazanchi, D. (2010). A PDA
intervention to sustain smoking cessation in
clients with socioeconomic vulnerability. Western
Journal of Nursing Research, 32(3), 281-304. doi:
10.1177/0193945909352664
Buchanan, L. (2010). Nicotine patch plus lozenge gives
greatest increases in abstinence for smoking at 6
months compared with placebo; smaller effects seen
with nicotine patch alone, bupropion or nicotine
lozenges alone or combined. Evidence-Based Nursing,
13, 50-51. doi:10.1136/ebn1047
CHAPERON, CLAUDIA
Chaperon, C. (2010). Sleep deprivation impairs 12hr urine volume excretion in old rats. Biological
Research for Nursing, 11(3), 236-244. doi:
10.1177/1099800409336868
COHEN, MARLENE
Cohen, M.Z., Ferrell, B.R., Vrabel, M., Visovsky, C.,
& Schaefer, B. (2010). What does it mean to be an
oncology nurse? Re-examining the life cycle concepts.
Oncology Nursing Forum, 37(5), 561-570.
doi: 10.1188/10.ONF.561-570
Cohen, M.Z., Alexander, G.L., Wyman, J.F., Fahrenwald,
N.L., Porock, D., Wurzbach, M.E., Rawl, S.M., & Conn,
V.S. (2010). Scientific impact: opportunity and
necessity. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 32(5):578590. doi: 10.1177/0193945910365328
Tamayo, G.J., Broxson, A., Munsell, M., & Cohen, M.Z.
(2010). Caring for the caregiver. Oncology Nursing Forum,
37(1), E50-57. doi: 10.1188/10.ONF.E50-E57
CUDDIGAN, JANET
Black, J.M., Cuddigan, J.E., Walko, M.A., Didier, L.A.,
Lander, M.J., & Kelpe, M.R. (2010). Medical device
related pressure ulcers in hospitalized patients.
International Wound Journal, 7(5), 358-365. doi:
10.1111/j.1742-481X.2010.00699.x
DUNCAN, KATHLEEN
Hertzog, M., Pozehl, B., & Duncan, K. (2010). Cluster
analysis of symptom occurrence to identity subgroups
for heart failure patients: A pilot study. Journal of
Cardiovascular Nursing, 25(4), 273-283. doi:
10.1097/JCN.0b013e3181cfbb6c
Pozehl, B., Duncan, K., Hertzog, M., & Norman, J. (2010)
Heart failure exercise and training camp: effects of
a multicomponent exercise training intervention in
patients with heart failure. Heart & Lung: The Journal of
Critical Care, 39(6), S1-S13. doi:
10.1016/j.hrtlng.2010.04.008
FILIPI, MARY
Filipi, M.L., Leuschen, P., Huisinga, J., Schmaderer, L.,
Vogel, J., Kucera, D., & Stergiou, N. (2010). Impact of
resistance training on balance and gait in multiple
sclerosis. International Journal of MS Care, 12, 6-12.
GROSS, GLORIA
Waltman, N.L., Twiss, J.J., Ott, C.D., Gross, G.J., Lindsey,
A.M., Moore, T.E., Berg, K. & Kupzyk, K. (2010). The
effect of weight training on bone mineral density
and bone turnover in postmenopausal breast cancer
survivors with bone loss: a 24-month randomized
controlled trial. Osteoporosis International, 21, 13611369. doi: 10.1007/s00198-009-1083-y
HERTZOG, MELODY
Hertzog, M., Pozehl, B., & Duncan, K. (2010). Cluster
analysis of symptom occurrence to identity subgroups
for heart failure patients: A pilot study. Journal of
Cardiovascular Nursing, 25(4), 273-283. doi:
10.1097/JCN.0b013e3181cfbb6c
Barnason, S., Zimmerman, L., Hertzog, M., & Schulz, P.
(2010). Pilot testing of a medication self-management
transition intervention for heart failure patients.
Western Journal of Nursing Research, 32(7), 849-870. doi:
10.1177/0193945910371216
Pozehl, B., Duncan, K., Hertzog, M., & Norman, J. (2010).
Heart failure exercise and training camp: effects of
a multicomponent exercise training intervention in
patients with heart failure. Heart & Lung: The Journal of
Critical Care, 39(6), S1-S13. doi:
10.1016/j.hrtlng.2010.04.008
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Walker, S.N., Pullen, C.H., Hageman, P.A., Boeckner, L.S.,
Hertzog, M., Oberdorfer, M.K., & Rutledge, M.J. (2010).
Maintenance of activity and eating change following
a clinical trial of tailored newsletters with older rural
women. Nursing Research, 59(5), 311-321. doi: 10.1097/
NNR.0b013e3181ed6695; PMCID: PMC2963620
Wilhelm, S., Rodehorst-Weber, T., Flanders Stepans,
M.B., & Hertzog, M. (2010). The relationship
between breastfeeding test weights and postpartum
breastfeeding rates. Journal of Human Lactation, 26(2),
168-174. doi: 10.1177/0890334409352904
HOUFEK, JULIA
Houfek, J.F., Kaiser, K.L., Visovsky, C., Barry, T.L.,
Nelson, A.E., Kaiser, M.M., & Miller, C.L. (2010).
Using a writing group to promote faculty scholarship.
Nurse Educator, 35(1), 41-45. doi:
10.1097/NNE.0b013e3181c42133
KAISER, MARGARET
Houfek, J.F., Kaiser, K.L., Visovsky, C., Barry, T.L.,
Nelson, A.E., Kaiser, M.M., & Miller, C.L. (2010).
Using a writing group to promote faculty scholarship.
Nurse Educator, 35(1), 41-45. doi:
10.1097/NNE.0b013e3181c42133
Keeler, H.J. & Kaiser, M.M. (2010). An integrative model
of adolescent health risk behavior. Journal of Pediatric
Nursing, 25(2), 126-137. doi:
10.1097/NNE.0b013e3181c42133
MEGEL, MARY
Wilson, M.E., Megel, M.E., Enenbach, L., & Carlson,
K.L. (2010). The voices of children: Stories about
hospitalization. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 24(2),
95-102. doi: 10.1016/j.pedhc.2009.02/008
MILLER, CONNIE
Hulme, P.A. (2010). Cultural considerations of evidencebased care. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 21(3), 271280. doi: 10.1177/1043659609358782
Houfek, J.F., Kaiser, K.L., Visovsky, C., Barry, T.L.,
Nelson, A.E., Kaiser, M.M., & Miller, C.L. (2010).
Using a writing group to promote faculty scholarship.
Nurse Educator, 35(1), 41-45. doi:
10.1097/NNE.0b013e3181c42133
JONES, PAMELA
MORRIS, KATHY
HULME, POLLY
Jones, P.R., Waters, C.M., Oka, R.K., & McGhee, E.M.
(2010). Increasing community capacity to reduce
tobacco-related health disparities in African American
communities. Public Health Nursing, 27(6), 552-560.
doi: 10.1111/j.1525-1446.2010.00882.x
Siahpush, M., Jones, P.R., Singh, G.K., Timsina, L.R., &
Martin, J. (2010). The association of tobacco marketing
with median income and racial/ethnic characteristics
of neighborhoods in Omaha, Nebraska. Tobacco Control,
19(3), 256-258. doi: 10.1135/tc.2009.032185
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End Note
Virginia P. Tilden, DNSc, RN, FAAN
This is Dean Tilden’s eighth and final Annual
Report. The reports itemize our many accomplishments
as a College of Nursing over the last eight years. In a
broader sense, they chronicle our journey with Dr. Tilden
in serving the needs of Nebraska, and the College’s
growing role as a national and international leader in
nursing education, research and practice. The purpose
of this tribute is not to review the College’s numerous
positive outcomes, but to reflect, with deep respect and
appreciation, on the person who made them possible.
It is difficult to capture the essence of Dr. Tilden’s
leadership. She often says that “leadership is not a title,
but an attitude.” We marvel at how she has maintained
the positive energy and intensity she has brought to her
job every day. She holds herself and those around her to
high standards of accountability and performance. She
has approached every challenge and every setback as an
opportunity to learn in our “learning environment.”
The role of the dean is more “external” than
ever before, and Dean Tilden has been masterful at
anticipating watershed moments, orchestrating resources,
and garnering the support of the community, legislators,
donors and other key persons. Her vision and political
astuteness, her strategic and political positioning, her
careful pre-planning, have been largely unseen by faculty
and staff. Yet, these efforts have brought the College two
new buildings, a fifth campus, new degree-granting
programs, and ongoing financial support for faculty
research and teaching. As one state official said recently,
Dean Tilden has put nursing on the map in Nebraska
and given nursing a new face at UNMC.
Always professional and polished, she has
articulated the College’s positions, gearing her message
to audience interests. She has developed her arguments,
anticipated audience questions, and provided effective
responses to those questions. It is clear that she has
considered all the questions that might be asked of her
on the topic. Her meticulous preparation has resulted
in countless positive outcomes that will provide benefit
for generations to come.
Dean Tilden has viewed her role as representing
the needs of the College in their fullness. She has fully
supported all the College’s missions in her work, and
in her requests for support from others. Knowing that
many donors hope for tangible reminders of their
generosity – a building, an endowed chair, or a program
– Dean Tilden has also included less visible needs as she
educates potential donors on the needs of the College,
such as the faculty’s need for ongoing learning. She
has succeeded in finding much needed support for
highly visible gifts, as well as gifts for countless other
needs that are less tangible. She has consistently and
passionately represented and integrated the tripartite
mission of the College, elevating and enhancing the
understanding of the art and science of nursing.
One generation plants the trees
so the next can enjoy the shade.
Dean Tilden loves this African proverb and
has embodied its essence in her daily work. She has
captured and created opportunities for faculty and
staff to develop strengths and capacity as leaders, and
to think more broadly and with greater depth. We
will carry her spirit in our hearts as we move forward
knowing full well that we are better for having had her
in our lives. Her legacy of leadership will live on in
each of us.
With deepest regard,
The Faculty and Staff of the College of Nursing
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