Scholarly Activities

Awards
Anderson, P. Teaching Award, UW Oshkosh College of Nursing, 2016.

Blakeslee, T. Outstanding Advisory Committee Member/Nursing, UW Oshkosh, 2016.

Bloesl, K. Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission Career Mobility Scholarship, Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission, 2017.

MacWilliams, B. Luther Christman Fellow Award, American Association of Men in Nursing, 2016.

Marnocha, S. Award of Distinction, Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services, 2016.

McNiel, P. Mary Adelaide Nutting Award, Wisconsin Public Health Association, 2016.

Neal-Boylan, L. American Association of Critical-Care Nurses—Wharton Fellow, American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 2016.

Nickasch, B. Edward M. Penson Faculty Award, UW Oshkosh, 2016. Schmidt, B. Luther Christman Fellow Award, American Association of Men in Nursing, 2016.

Schmidt, B. Professorial Excellence Award, UW Oshkosh College of Nursing, 2016.

Schroeder, J. Instructional Academic Staff Excellence Award, UW Oshkosh, 2016.

Publications
Cleveland, R., Lambie, C., Limberg, C., Marnocha, M., Marnocha, S., and Wnuk, J. 2017. A peer-delivered educational intervention to improve nursing student cyber-professionalism. Nurse Educator. 42(5), 1-5.

Blakeslee, T., Oluchukwu, W., Monsen, K. A., and Gravdal Kvarme, L. 2016. Comparing school nurses’ roles in supporting children who are bullied. British Journal of School Nursing. 11(5), 3-6.

Bulfin, S., Ellis, K., Moore, K., Nickasch, B., and Vogt, M. 2016. Academic practice partnerships: Sharing the vision for advance practice nurse education. (white paper). National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties.

Cabral-Guevara, R. 2016. Revising the housecall. Advance Healthcare Network for NPs and PAs. (online report).

Elertson, K., Liesch, S., and Babler, E. 2016. The “face” of diabetes: Insight into youth’s experiences as expressed through drawing. Journal of Patient Experience. 3(2), 34-38.

Foronda, C., MacWilliams, B., and McArthur, E. 2016. Interprofessional communication in healthcare: An integrative review. Nurse Education in Practice. 19, 36-40.

Hachfeld, L., MacWilliams, B., and Schmidt, B. 2016. Physical awareness, a key to improving adolescent male health: A grounded theory study of the perception of testicular self-examination in male student athletes. Journal for Nurse Practitioners. 12(4), 243-249.

Jambunathan, J., and Marnocha, S. 2016. Assessment and evaluation of nursing programs. A Systematic Approach to Assessment and Evaluation of Nursing Programs.

Klingbell, C., Schiffman, R., Ziebert, C., Totka, J., Schmitt, C., Doyle, L., Stelter, A., Stonek, A., Ke, W., and Johnson, N. 2016. Transition of experienced and new graduate nurses to a pediatric hospital. Journal for Nurses in Professional Development. 32(4), 198-204.

Libster, M. Contributing author, Scope and Standards, third edition American Nurses Association Publishers (2016-2017).

Libster, M. 2016. Invited book review–Balm of hope: Charity afire impels daughters of charity to civil war nursing by Sr. Betty Ann McNeil. Catholic History Review. 102(3), 642-643.

Marnocha, S., Westphal, J., and Cleveland, R. 2016. Pilot program to mentor nurse leaders for the future. Wisconsin Nurses Association (WNA). (online report).

McNiel, P., and Elertson, K. 2016. Reality check: Preparing nursing students to respond to Ebola and other infectious diseases. Nursing Education Perspectives. 38(1), 42-43.

McNiel, P. and McArthur, E. 2016. Evaluating health mobile apps: Information literacy in undergraduate and graduate courses. The Journal of Nursing Education. 55(8), 480.

McNiel, P., and Westphal, J. 2016. Namaste care™: A person-centered care approach for Alzheimer’s and advanced dementia. Western Journal of Nursing Research. (online report).

Neal-Boylan, L. 2016. The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and its amendment: Impact on all nurses. INSIGHT: The Journal of ASORN (American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses). 41(2), 29-31.

Neal-Boylan, L., and Miller, M. 2016. Nurses with disabilities: Know their rights. American Nurse Today. 11(12). 42742.

Neal-Boylan, L., and Miller, M. 2016. Treat me like everyone else: The experience of nurses who had disabilities while in school. Nurse Educator. (online report).

Nickasch, B., Marnocha, S., Grebe, L., Schleek, H. and Kuehl, C. 2016. What do I do next? Nurses’ confusion and uncertainty with EBC (exhaled breath condensate) monitoring. MedSurg. 25(6), 418-422.

Schmidt, B. 2016. Core professional nursing values of baccalaureate nursing students who are men. Nursing Ethics 23(6), 674-684.

Schmidt, B., MacWilliams, B., and Neal-Boylan, L. 2017. Becoming inclusive: A code of conduct for inclusion and diversity. Journal of Professional Nursing. 33(2), 102-107.

Smolinski, L. 2016. Emergency and SANE (sexual assault nurse examiners) nurses’ acceptance of drug-facilitated sexual assault myths. Journal of Emergency Nursing. 43(2), 546-550.

Ziebert, C., Klingbeil, C., Schmitt, C., Stonek, A., Totka, J., Stelter, A., and Schiffman, R. 2016. Lesson learned: Newly hired nurses’ perspectives on transition into practice. Journal for Nurses in Professional Development. 32(5), E1-E8.

Presentations
Elertson, K. and Schmitt, C. SUPS-Q (substance use prenatal screening questionnaire) novel screening for prenatal substance use. Eta Pi Scholarship Day, October 2016.

Elertson, K. and Meier, M. Engaging, caring and sharing: Opportunities to promote and support resilience among infants and families impacted by substance abuse. Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care Annual Conference, April 2016.

Lancaster, R. Keynote address. Madison Area Student Nurse Association Annual Conference. Madison Area Technical College, March 2016.

Libster, M., Bucker, M., and Mulaudzi, M. Cultural diplomacy and the export and import of nursing scholarship. International Academy of Nurse Editors, August 2016.

MacWilliams, B. Physical awareness: A key to improving adolescent male health. 41st Annual National Conference, American Assembly of Men in Nursing—Shifting the Tides: Promoting Diversity and Inclusivity in Nursing, September 2016.

MacWilliams, B. Attracting diverse leaders through sustainable climate change. Indiana Center for Nursing: Changing the Face of Nursing Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion Seminar, November 2016.

Marnocha, S. and Marnocha, M. Social media professionalism intervention. Eta Pi Scholarship Day, October 2016.

Marnocha, S., Marnocha, M., and Cleveland, R. A peer-delivered educational intervention to improve nursing student cyberprofessionalism. Eta Pi Fall Scholarship Day, October 2016.

McNiel, P. Cycling without age: An opportunity for students to strengthen leadership and assist with research in the community. Association of Community Health Nurse Educators, June 2016.

McNiel, P. Namaste Care™—A creative approach for palliative care in a long-term care setting. The Gerontological Society of America Annual Scientific Meeting, November 2016.

Mott, J. and Lee, D. Men in nursing academia: What it’s really like. American Association for Men in Nursing Conference, September 2016.

Mott, J. and Lee, D. Men in nursing academia: What it’s really like. Man Up Conference, April 2016.

Neal-Boylan, L. and Miller, M. Registered nurses with disabilities: Legal rights and responsibilities. Council on Advancement of Nursing Science, September 2016.

Nickasch, B., Weeden, M., Bryan, C., and Graf, M. Interprofessional education: A triad approach to team-based care. Advancing Wisconsin’s Healthcare and Education–Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce, Madison, Wisconsin, November 2016.

Nickasch, B. and Wren, K. Lab values: What you need to know before hitting the floor. Wisconsin Nurses Association—Surviving Your First Year, October 2016.

Schmidt, B. Core professional nursing values as experienced by baccalaureate nursing students who are men. American Association for Men in Nursing Annual Conference, September 2016.

Schmidt, B. and MacWilliams, B. Socioeconomic integration pilot project grant update: Wisconsin’s Diversity Assessment Tool pilot results. Wisconsin Center for Nursing celebrating our past with a vision for the future, October 2016.

Smolinski, L. Emergency and SANE nurses’ acceptance of rape myths. Sigma Theta Tau Scholarship Day, October 2016.

Smolinski, L. Emergency and SANE nurses’ acceptance of drug-facilitated sexual assault myths. Emergency Nurses’ Association Annual Conference, September 2016.

Smolinski, L. Emergency and SANE nurses’ acceptance of sexual assault myths. Sri Ramachandra International Nursing Conference, January 2017.

Smolinski, L. and Wren, T. Clinical leadership for the bedside nurse. Global International Nursing Conference, January 2017.

Wren, K. Certified Registered Nurse anesthetist careers. American Association for Men in Nursing, November 2016.

Appointments
Condit, M.
Graduate Program Committee (2016-2017).

Elertson, K. Nurse representative, Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care. (2017-2020).

Karlin, J. University LGBTQ Committee (2016).

MacWilliams, B. National Nurses on Boards Coalition (2016-2018).

Marnocha, S. Board of Directors, Lutheran Homes of Oshkosh (2016-2017).

McNiel, P. Winnebago County Board of Health (2016-2018).

Mott, J. Secretary, American Association for Men in Nursing (2016-2017).

Neal-Boylan, L. Board of Directors, Wisconsin Center for Nursing (2017-2017).

Neal-Boylan, L. American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Professoriate Task Force AACN (2016-2017).

Nickasch, B. UW Oshkosh Distinguished Teaching Award Committee (2016).

O’Connell, S. Member Counselor, Sigma Theta Tau (2016-2018).

Olson, S. Academic Standing Committee (2016-2018).

Schmidt, B. Ascension Institutional Review Board (2017-2020).

Schroeder, J. College of Nursing Ad Hoc Travel Policy Committee (2016).

Spoehr, K. Senate of Academic Staff (2017).

Spoehr, K. Chair, Academic Staff Professional Development (2016).

Westphal, J. Board of Directors, Agnesian HealthCare (2016-2020).

Westphal, J. Governance Chair, Eta Pi Chapter Board of Directors (2016-2018).

Westphal, J. Quality Council, Agnesian HealthCare (2016-2020).

 

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