Master of Science, Anesthesia: Mercy College of Detroit,1988
Bachelor of Science, Nursing: Wayne State University, 1985
Nursing Diploma, Henry Ford Hospital School of Nursing, 1982
Asst. Professor, UDM - December 2002 – Present
Manager Anesthesia Pain Service, Huron Valley Sinai Hospital, Detroit Medical Center - August 2001- Present
Staff Nurse Anesthetist (Contingent status) December 2005-Present-Providence Hospital Novi MI
Professional Growth and Development of CRNAs
“ Clinical Monitoring 2 Respiratory and Metabolic Systems” Book Chapter in Nurse Anesthesia- Nagelhout and Zaglaniczny To be included in 4 th edition Publication pending in 2008
“ Epidural Analgesia: Concepts, Pharmacology and Nursing Care” Written module and video presentation for Health and Sciences Television Network, Trinity Healthforce Learning, Carrolton Texas. December 2006
Book Review, “Ambulatory Anesthesia: The Requisites in Anesthesiology” in AANA Journal, October 2006 (74:356)
Professionalism Among Nurse Anesthetist (survey of MANA members, data collection completed)
Patient perceptions of Pain Management Therapy- A comparison of Real Time Assessment with Post Discharge Satisfaction Tools and Nurses Perception , Huron Valley Sinai Hospital, pending WSU IRB review.
Director Psychiatric Services, Holy Cross Hospital
CNS, Geri psychiatry, Lafayette Clinic
Women’s mental health
Impact of poverty on mental health
Groh, C.J. (2007). Poverty, Mental Health and Women: Implications for Psychiatric Nurses in Primary Care Settings. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association . 13(5), 267-274.
Litwinczuk, K. & Groh , C.J. (2007). The relationship between spirituality, purpose in life, and well-being in HIV-positive persons. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. 18(3), 13-21.
Knight, D., Moser, S., & Groh, C. (2007). Service leaning as a component of physician assistant education: The development of a compassionate practitioner. Journal of Physician Assistant Education . 18(2), 49-52.
White, M.L. & Groh , C.J. (2007). Depression and quality of life in women following a mi. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 22(2), 138-144.Publication
Screening for depression in primary care settings. (BCBS Foundation Funding, Mercy Primary Care, Detroit, MI)
Consulting Director Clinical Services, Behavioral Center of MI
NP, Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry, Henry Ford Hospital
Consultant to Director of Nursing, Havenwyck Hospital
family and relationship counseling
substance abuse issues
Lambert, J., Knisely, J., & Cleveland, S.D. (2006 ). Integrating Pediatric, Medical Surgical and Psychiatric Didactic Content . First International Symposium on Excellence in Second-Entry Baccalaureate Nursing Education, MacDonald G. & O’Keefe-McCarthy, S. (Eds.), Toronto, Canada, p. 59-61.
Shelley, S. and Knisely, J., Re-engineering in behavioral medicine, "Nursing Management", vol. 28, #4 (April), 1997.
Knisely, J. & Northouse, L., The relationshhip between social support, help-seeking behavior, and psychological distress in psychiatric clients. "Archives of Psychiatric Nursing", Vol. VIII, #6 (December), 1994
Social support in an Accelerated Nursing program
Curriculum changes to support psychiatric nursing in an accelerated program
Practice background includes psychiatry, neurology and adult medicine
Also, a psychologist (since 1984)
I have been teaching clinical medicine in the physician assistant program since January, 2000; pathophysiology since 2008
Professionalism development :students transitioning into professionals
Anything in neurology
Traumatic and acquired brain injury
Impact of Service Learning as a component of Physician Assistant Education
Parkinson’s Disease: New Therapies
Predictors of Success
Predictors of Success
Professionalism and Personality Traits
Mary S. O’Shaughnessey, M.S.,CCC-A,MHSA, DHA(c)
Former Speech Pathologist and Audiologist; Administrative Officer for Ambulatory Care at VANC Ann Arbor; Consultant to Rehabilitation; Director of Rehabilitation at acute care hospitals; Director of Partnership for Training; Teaching graduate students in audiology through VAMC training program
Quality Improvement in healthcare administration
Diabetes: A Global Analysis
#2 Individual Behavior and Motivation – Chap in Organizational Behavior
Investigation of the Determinants of Patient Dissatisfaction with Hospitalization
Associate Professor, MSON and Coordinator of Health Systems Management Program
Previous roles include
Research Associate, Nursing Outcomes Classification(NOC) and Hands-On Automated Nursing Data System (HANDS) Projects,
Director of Nursing in home care
Director of Clinical Services in home care
Quality Review Coordinator in home care.
Educational outcomes of use of automated care planning using HANDS in the undergrad curriculum.
Outcomes of the QI process when staff nurses are empowered in QI efforts
Outcomes of Interdisciplinary collaboration
Home Health Care Outcomes
Nursing Sensitive Outcomes Measurement Issues
Stocker Schneider, J., & Haynes Slowik, L. (2009). The use of the Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) with cardiac patients receiving home health care. International Journal of Nursing Terminologies & Classifications, 20(3), 132-140.
Stocker Schneider, J., Barkauskas, V. H., & Keenan, G. (2008). Evaluating home health care nursing outcomes with OASIS and NOC. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 40(1), 76-82.
Faculty/Student Perceptions of Quality Nursing Education
Biopsychosocial Factors Affecting Weight Control Behaviors in 3 rd – 6 th grade African American Children
Benkert, R, Peters, R., & Tate, N . (2007). Trust and Mistrust of Nurse Practitioners and Physicians among African Americans with Hypertension. Accepted in the Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners .
Aroian, K., VanderWal, J., Peters, R., & Tate, N. (2006). Consumer Dissatisfaction, Self Treatment, and Health Service Use in Low Income African American and White Older Persons. Accepted in the Journal of Cultural Diversity.
Lindsey, T., Watts – Tate, N. , Southwood, E., Routhieaux, J., Beatty, J., Calamaras, D., et al. (2005). ChronicBlood Transfusion Therapy Practices in Children with Sickle Cell Disease. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 17, 7, 277-282.