Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Biographies
2008– 2009 Board of Directors
. Nancy Phoenix Bittner is the Assistant Dean and Associate Professor for the
Sc...
Patricia Creelman, MS, RN, CNE has been working as a nurse educator for
almost 30 years. In her current role, she serves a...
JANET LUSK, MSN, RN, CNE
20 Eastway
Reading, MA 01867
(781) 942-2830
mjlusk@comcast.net/ jlusk@lmh.edu
EXPERIENCE:
2000- P...
orientation. In 1995, became the Quality Improvement Manager responsible
for company-wide QI planning in conjunction with ...
• Professional Advisory Board, Allcare VNA, Lynn, MA.
• Oncology Nurse’s Society
Professor Susan Maciewicz’s experience in...
Hospital. Experiences included adult medical surgical nursing, intensive care nursing and clinical nurse
supervision for t...
Professional Experience
2006 Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Boston, MA
Professor, School of Nursin...
1967.77 Cornell University-New York Hospital SON. NY, NY. Assistant
Professor. Clinical Specialist, Perinatology, The New ...
Jean Simmons is currently Professor Emeritus and Service Learning Coordinator (2003-current)
for the Associate Degree Nurs...
Jean Simmons is currently Professor Emeritus and Service Learning Coordinator (2003-current)
for the Associate Degree Nurs...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Professional Experience

761

Published on

Published in: Health & Medicine, Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
761
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
5
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "Professional Experience"

  1. 1. Biographies 2008– 2009 Board of Directors . Nancy Phoenix Bittner is the Assistant Dean and Associate Professor for the School of Nursing and Health Professions at Regis College and a Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist at Lahey Clinic. She has been in nursing education for 18 years. She earned her Ph.D and MS in Nursing at the University of Rhode Island, her BS at SUNY. Her areas of research are critical thinking, delegation and omitted care. She has many regional national and international presentations on research and other topics. Dr. Bittner presented her research at the International Congress on Patient Safety of South America in Peru. She is on the Board of Directors for the regional chapter of American Association of Critical Care Nurses, the President-elect of the constituent league (MARILN) of the National League for Nurses and member of MONE.
  2. 2. Patricia Creelman, MS, RN, CNE has been working as a nurse educator for almost 30 years. In her current role, she serves as Nurse Education Department Clinical Coordinator and holds a faculty position in the Associate Degree in Nursing Program. During her career as a nurse educator, she has taught in multiple nurse educational settings, including Practical Nursing, Diploma Education and Associate Degree in Nursing educational programs. In her current and past roles, she maintains passion for the education of future nurses and remains committed to involvement with projects that enhance access to nurse educational programs, career ladder initiatives and entry into practice issues.
  3. 3. JANET LUSK, MSN, RN, CNE 20 Eastway Reading, MA 01867 (781) 942-2830 mjlusk@comcast.net/ jlusk@lmh.edu EXPERIENCE: 2000- Present Lawrence Memorial Hospital/ Regis College Nursing Program Medford, MA. Course coordinator for 102 evening course: Adult medical surgical nursing Responsible for implementation of the course including theory and clinical teaching and management of faculty in the 102 evening course. Currently teaching clinical at Lahey Clinic on a Surgical Floor. 2007- Present Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, Ma. Currently working per diem as a staff nurse on a surgical floor. 1999 - 2000 Lawrence Memorial Hospital/ Regis Collaborative ASN Program Medford, MA. Nursing Arts Laboratory Coordinator and part time faculty for 101 students: Responsible for the management of the Nursing Arts Laboratory including individual skills teaching, ordering, budgeting, and controlling inventory. Also responsible for clinical teaching in 101at Whidden Memorial Hospital since September 2000. 1998-1999 VNA of Middlesex East Stoneham, MA Quality Improvement Manager Responsible for the overall management of the quality improvement program, education of the multidisciplinary staff, and the prioritization and planning of all company-wide QI processes in conjunction with the company Administrator. 1991-1998 American Home Care Services Peabody, MA. Initially hired for a nursing supervisory role. In 1992, became the Educational Coordinator responsible for multidisciplinary education and
  4. 4. orientation. In 1995, became the Quality Improvement Manager responsible for company-wide QI planning in conjunction with the company administrator as well as staff education management. 1990-1991 Home Intensive Care of Massachusetts, Inc. Andover, MA Regional Administrator/Director of Dialysis - Responsible for the overall management of the Dialysis at Home Program including marketing, budgeting and financial responsibilities. 1988-1990 Assistant Regional Administrator - Worked successfully with the Regional Administrator to establish and direct a new home hemodialysis program. -Hired, trained and managed a staff of sixty (60) RN's, LPN's and technicians 1983-1988 Lahey Clinic Medical Center Burlington, MA Primary and Charge Nurse - Nursing care of cardiac, respiratory, trauma and renal patients. 1982-1983 Winchester Hospital Winchester MA. -Staff nurse in a busy, community hospital emergency room 1980-1982 Mission Hospital Mission Viejo, CA Critical Care Nurse - Designated trauma nurse for forty (40) bed Intensive Care Unit. - Provided continuity of care by following patients from the Emergency Room through surgery and into Intensive Care. EDUCATION: Salem State College Salem, MA Legal Nurse Consultant Course Fall 2005 MSN - Educational Tract - May, 1999 Northeastern University Boston, MA B.S. Nursing - 1990 Lawrence Memorial Hospital School of Nursing Medford, MA Nursing Diploma – 1980 CERTIFICATIONS: • American Heart Association BLS Certified Instructor • Legal Nurse Consultant • Certified Nurse Educator MEMBERSHIPS: • Board Member for the Massachusetts/ Rhode Island League for Nursing
  5. 5. • Professional Advisory Board, Allcare VNA, Lynn, MA. • Oncology Nurse’s Society Professor Susan Maciewicz’s experience in nurse education spans twenty years of teaching at all levels in the Associate Degree Nurse Education Program at North Shore Community College. She currently serves the as Department Chairperson. Professor Maciewicz developed skills in her role as a faculty member and Assistant Department Chairperson. She has expertise in curriculum development and design, learning styles, teaching methodologies, test construction, student advising and faculty mentorship. Professor Maciewicz has served on the Board of Directors at the Massachusetts Rhode Island League for Nursing (MARILN) for the past eight years. The Massachusetts Rhode Island League for Nursing is a Constituent League of the National League for Nursing. At the present time she is the Director for the Financial Committee and serves as Treasurer. She served as Chairperson of the Associate Degree Diploma Council Committee for MARILN during the academic years 2001 –2006. Professor Maciewicz has presented on the topic of partnerships between practice and education at meetings sponsored by the New England Association of Nurse Executives and the Massachusetts Rhode Island League for Nursing. In addition, Professor Maciewicz has provided scholarly contributions to the National League of Nursing Accrediting Commission as an Item Writer for the Certified Nurse Educator exam. Professor Maciewicz earned the title of Certified Nurse Educator from the National League of Nursing in October of 2006. She was awarded the Leadership and Excellence Award from National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development in 2001. Professor Maciewicz is an affiliate faculty member of the American Heart Association. She also serves on the Advisory Boards for Salem State College Nurse Education Program and North Shore Community College Practical Nursing Program. Professor Maciewicz represents the Nursing Department in multiple public and private forums to foster and develop partnerships with the Nurse Education Program’s communities of interest. Professor Maciewicz has professional practice experience in community health nursing, acute medical-surgical nursing, and intensive care nursing. In the community setting, she worked with maternal-child health clients as well as adult clients. Professor Maciewicz was part of a team that began home visits to new mothers following early discharge. Professor Maciewicz worked as a Registered Nurse for several years at Massachusetts General
  6. 6. Hospital. Experiences included adult medical surgical nursing, intensive care nursing and clinical nurse supervision for the neurosurgical/ neuromedical-nursing service. Professor Maciewicz is academically and experientially qualified to lead the Program of Nursing. She and the other Health Profession Department Chairpersons and Coordinators report directly to the Dean for the Division of Health Professions. Diana M. L. Newman, EdD, RN 33 Shore Road Plymouth, MA 02360 508-833-4694 (h) phone and fax 617-879-5040 (work phone) 617-732-2075 (work fax) E-mail: Diana.newman@mcphs.edu(w) dianadoc@comcast.net (h) Licensure/ Massachusetts #82913 Degree Institution Major Year EdD Teachers College Research in 1981 Columbia University Nursing Education NYC, NY A. M. New York University Parent Child Nursing 1972 NY, NY Nursing Education B. S. Boston College Nursing 1963 Chestnut Hill, MA Post-doc University of Pennsylvania Psychosocial Oncology 1993-95 School of Nursing Philadelphia, PA Certifications Pediatric Nurse Practitioner-New York Hospital /Cornell Medical Center SON-1977 ANCC Clinical Specialist Adult Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 1989-1993 AAMFT Family Therapist 1983-85
  7. 7. Professional Experience 2006 Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Boston, MA Professor, School of Nursing. Course Coordinator NUR 425, 350,208, 235, 205,105. Faculty in NUR 215/215L; NUR 245/245L, 450, 445 2001-2006 University of Massachusetts Boston College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Boston, MA. Associate Professor. Course Coordinator NU 226 Introduction to Nursing Practice, NU 601, Advanced Nursing Concepts in Theory and Practice. 1995-2001 Neumann College, Aston, PA. Associate Professor, Division of Nursing and Health Sciences. Coordinator, Clinical Nurse Specialist Track; Coordinator, Community Nursing Center of Chester and Vicinity, Chester, PA.; Coordinator graduate program fall, 1996, spring 1998; graduate teaching responsibilities Nur 603 Research Process 1(online option); NUR 605, Research Process 11; Nur 601 Conceptual Models and Theories of Advanced Nursing Science (on-line option); NUR 608, Managed Care in Advanced Nursing Practice; Core member and teaching responsibilities Nur 301, Junior Level Nursing 1 (Adult health; teaching responsibilities in Nur 302 (Adult health), Nur 303, (health assessment); Nur 460 (senior seminar);1997-98 INT 101 (Freshman Experience), PT 295(Introductory Research to Physical Therapy Masters Students). member undergraduate and graduate NLN accreditation committees and collaborated with others in writing the report for both programs. 1983.93 Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT. Associate Professor, Department of Nursing. Coordinator, MSN program. 1989-92. Academic advisement of all MSN students. Curriculum development, evaluation and revision. Policy development and revision. Chair of graduate committee. Teaching responsibilities included: Nursing Theories and Conceptual models; Advanced Clinical practice, The Family; Curriculum Development and teaching; role of the Nurse Educator; Research in Nursing; thesis Advisement; thesis Seminar; Undergraduate teaching; child health Nursing, Nursing research. Member undergraduate and graduate NLN accreditation committees and collaborated with others in writing the report for both programs. 1981.83 University of Connecticut SON, Storrs, CT. Assistant Professor. School of Nursing. Teaching responsibilities included undergraduate and graduate courses in family, child and community health; research on the graduate level. 1977.81 College of Mt. St. Vincent, Riverdale, NY. Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing Level 11 Coordinator (juniors); teaching responsibilities included undergraduate courses in family, child and community health.
  8. 8. 1967.77 Cornell University-New York Hospital SON. NY, NY. Assistant Professor. Clinical Specialist, Perinatology, The New York Hospital. Taught continuing education and undergraduate courses in Maternal- Child Health. Staff Nurse Pediatrics. 1963.66 Bellevue Hospital Center, New York, N. Y. Staff Nurse, Head Nurse, Medical Service President Margaret O’Connor, MSN, RN Assistant Clinical Professor Family-focused Nursing Practice Lawrence Memorial / Regis College Nursing Program 170 Governor’s Ave. Medford, MA 02155 781-306-6623 10 years teaching at LM/RC Nursing Program 18 ½ years at Shriners Hospital for Children-Boston Burn Unit (10 years in Acute care unit and 8 ½ years managing Outpatient Dept) • Many oral and poster presentations at American Burn Association annual meeting and the American Society for Plastic Surgical Nurses Association annual meeting • Oral presentations at the First Nursing Conference in Poland-1987 in conjunction with Project Hope • Worked with Doctors and Nurses from Children’s Hospital Number 9, Moscow, USSR-1989-1991, to improve nursing care delivered to children in Moscow • Coordinated outreach clinics for Shriners Hospital, Burn unit team in Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Florida, New Jersey, New York & Maine • Published a Chapter on Nursing Care of the Child with Altered Mobility in a new Maternal-Child Nursing Text published by F A Davis and set for release 1-09 • Published an article on Skin Transplantation, published in the Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America, 1992. • Received the Faculty Recognition Award for Research & Scholarship at Lawrence Memorial / Regis College Nursing Program in 2008 • President’s Award-Central Massachusetts Safety Council for single-handedly stopping an advertisement selling fireworks in Massachusetts in 1994 • Inducted as Charter Member into Sigma Theta Tau, Theta At-Large in 1990 • Inducted into Sigma Theta Tau, Theta Chapter in 1988
  9. 9. Jean Simmons is currently Professor Emeritus and Service Learning Coordinator (2003-current) for the Associate Degree Nursing Program at Greenfield Community College (GCC). In her career at GCC she has been a clinical and classroom educator in medical-surgical nursing and the Program Director/Coordinator. She earned an ADN from GCC, a BS-N from St. Anselm College and a MS- N from UMass, Amherst. Current professional affiliations include: ANA-MARN members; Sigma Theta Tau International-Beta Zeta Chapter member; Delta Kappa Gamma Society International- Alpha Epsilon Chapter member. Ms. Simmons was a past member of the MA BORN Nurse Education Advisory Committee and Chair of the Educational Mobility Subcommittee and past member of the Board of Directors for the Area Health Education Center of the Pioneer Valley. Publication includes a chapter contributor (Teaching Nursing Content to the 90’s Learner) and the Editor for Prospectives, Celebrating 40 Years of Associate Degree Nursing Education (NLN Press, Pub. N. 23-2517, 1993) which received an AJN Nursing Education 1993 Book of the Year award.
  10. 10. Jean Simmons is currently Professor Emeritus and Service Learning Coordinator (2003-current) for the Associate Degree Nursing Program at Greenfield Community College (GCC). In her career at GCC she has been a clinical and classroom educator in medical-surgical nursing and the Program Director/Coordinator. She earned an ADN from GCC, a BS-N from St. Anselm College and a MS- N from UMass, Amherst. Current professional affiliations include: ANA-MARN members; Sigma Theta Tau International-Beta Zeta Chapter member; Delta Kappa Gamma Society International- Alpha Epsilon Chapter member. Ms. Simmons was a past member of the MA BORN Nurse Education Advisory Committee and Chair of the Educational Mobility Subcommittee and past member of the Board of Directors for the Area Health Education Center of the Pioneer Valley. Publication includes a chapter contributor (Teaching Nursing Content to the 90’s Learner) and the Editor for Prospectives, Celebrating 40 Years of Associate Degree Nursing Education (NLN Press, Pub. N. 23-2517, 1993) which received an AJN Nursing Education 1993 Book of the Year award.

×