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  • 1. College of Health Professions: Faculty Research Interests Academic Year 2009-10
  • 2. Maureen Anthony, PhD, RN, APRN, CDE
    • Background Information
      • Pulmonary Clinical Nurse Specialist
      • Diabetes Educator
    • Research Interests
      • Migrant Farmworkers
      • Incivility
    • Recent Publications
    • Anthony, M. (2010). Caring for migrant farmworkers on medsurg units. Medsurg Nursing
    • Anthony, M ., Martin, E., Avery, A. & Williams, J. (2009). Self-care and health seeking activities of migrant and seasonal farmworkers. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.
    • Current Studies
      • Incivility in clinical education
  • 3. Greg Bozimowski CRNA MS
    • Background Information
      • 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
    • Research Interests
    • Professional Growth and Development of CRNAs
    • Pain Management
    • Pharmacology
    • Recent Publications
    • “ 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)
    • Current Studies
    • 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.
  • 4. Joyce Conley RN, PhD
    • Background Information
      • Staff Nurse, Nurse Manager, Director of Nursing, Director of Research Administration, Project Director McAuley Nurse Managed Health Center
      • Taught in undergraduate and graduate programs in Nursing and Education at Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and the University of Detroit Mercy
    • Research Interests
      • Sustainability of Nurse Managed Centers
      • Health Literacy
      • Motivation to change
      • health behaviors, especially in relation to weight loss
  • 5. Amy Dereczyk, PA-C
    • Background Information
      • Clinical Coordinator Physician Assistant Program
      • Clinical Physician Assistant
        • Emergency Medicine
    • Research Interests
      • Academic Integrity
      • Professionalism in clinical students
    • Current Studies
      • Maturity level and professionalism of PA students in the 5 year track compared to the traditional PA students
    • Recent Publications
      • Physician Assistant Students Attitudes and Behaviors Toward Cheating and Academic Integrity, submitted to JPAEA
      • Predictors of Success for a Physician Assistant Program: A comparison Study Across Universities, submitted to JPAEA
  • 6. Lori A. Glenn RN, MS, CNM
    • Background Information
      • Registered Nurse: NICU, High Risk Labor and Delivery
      • Certified Nurse Midwife
      • Public Health, FEMA trained
      • Family Planning, Title X
      • BCCCP
      • Adjunct Lecturer and Guest Faculty University Of Michigan-Flint Nursing Program
      • Clinical Instructor
        • CNM, NP, RN, Medical Students
    • Research Interests
      • Women’s perspectives regarding the escalating medicalization of birth
      • Labor and Delivery nurses role in initiating breastfeeding
      • Demographics and birth behaviors of American women seeking natural birth
      • Effect of exercise on peri-menopausal symptoms
    • Previous Research
      • “ Role of the Personal Prenatal Care Record on Perceived Participation in Prenatal Care” (1992) Unpublished Research Project, University Of Illinois at Chicago.
  • 7. Carla J. Groh, PhD, APRN-BC
    • Background Information
      • Associate Professor, MSON
      • Director Psychiatric Services, Holy Cross Hospital
      • CNS, Geri psychiatry, Lafayette Clinic
    • Research Interests
      • Women’s mental health
      • Impact of poverty on mental health
    • Recent Publications
      • 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
    • Current Studies
      • Screening for depression in primary care settings. (BCBS Foundation Funding, Mercy Primary Care, Detroit, MI)
  • 8. Suzanne K. Guzelaydin, MS, RN
    • Background Information
      • August 2005 to present: Coordinator of Simulation Practice Technology Integration Center, Clinical faculty for Community Health SDO
      • Adjunct Clinical Faculty: Wayne State University, University of Michigan-Flint, Oakland Community College
    • Teaching background
      • Community Health, Leadership & management, Family Practice, Medical Terminology
    • Research Interests
      • Simulation
      • Informatics
  • 9. Rose Higgins, MS, PA-C
    • Background Information
      • Clinical Coordinator
      • Physician Assistant Program
    • Research Interests
      • Professionalism as perceived by PA students
      • REM Behavior Disorder as a precursor to Dementia
    • Recent Publications
      • None
    • Current Studies
      • Self-evaluation of professionalism by students and as documented by preceptors
  • 10. John Knisely, RN, NP
    • Background Information
      • Assistant Professor, MSON
      • Chair, Second Degree Option Program
      • Consulting Director Clinical Services, Behavioral Center of MI
      • NP, Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry, Henry Ford Hospital
      • Consultant to Director of Nursing, Havenwyck Hospital
    • Research Interests
      • family and relationship counseling
      • substance abuse issues
    • Recent Publications
      • 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
    • Current Studies
      • Social support in an Accelerated Nursing program
      • Curriculum changes to support psychiatric nursing in an accelerated program
      • Milieu therapy in acute care psychiatric units
  • 11. Andrea N. Kwasky, DNP, PMHCNS-BC, PMHNP-BC
    • Background Information
      • Family Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
      • Child/Adolescent Psychiatric/Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist
      • Doctor of Nursing Practice: Oakland University, 2007
      • Master of Nursing Science: Wayne State University. 2002
      • Bachelor of Science: Western Michigan University, 1999
      • Assistant Professor: University of Detroit Mercy, MSON, 8/2009-present
      • Adjunct Clinical Faculty: Oakland University, 2008-2009
    • Research Interests
      • Child/Adolescent Mental Health
        • Trauma/Adverse Childhood Events
        • Therapeutic Communication
    • Pending Publication
      • “ Quality of Life and Dementia: An Integrative Review of Literature ”
  • 12. Sharon Moser, M.S., PA-C, LLP
    • Background Information
      • 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
    • Research Interests
      • Professionalism development :students transitioning into professionals
      • Anything in neurology
      • Traumatic and acquired brain injury
    • Recent Publications
      • Impact of Service Learning as a component of Physician Assistant Education
      • Parkinson’s Disease: New Therapies
      • Herpes Encephalitis
      • Predictors of Success
    • Current Studies
      • Predictors of Success
      • Professionalism and Personality Traits
  • 13. Mary S. O’Shaughnessey, M.S.,CCC-A,MHSA, DHA(c)
    • Background Information
      • 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
    • Research Interests
      • Patient dissatisfaction
      • Quality Improvement in healthcare administration
    • Recent Publications
      • Diabetes: A Global Analysis
      • #2 Individual Behavior and Motivation – Chap in Organizational Behavior
      • Current Interests
    • Investigation of the Determinants of Patient Dissatisfaction with Hospitalization
  • 14. Thelma Phillips RN, MSN
    • Background Information
      • - Full time and Adjunct faculty primarily in undergraduate nursing program
      • - Instructor: College of Health Professions
    • Research Interests
      • Research interest #1
      • Obesity in postpartum Afro American women focus on adolescents
      • Research interest #2
      • Art of pedagogy and informatics with a comparison of classroom versus online or distant learning.
    • Recent Publications
      • none
    • Current Studies
      • pending
  • 15. Maia A. Platt, PhD
    • Assistant Professor, Department of Health Services Administration
      • Courses taught:
        • Health Economics
        • Microeconomics
        • Macroeconomics
      • Programs:
        • Graduate (Master of Health Services Administration)
        • Undergraduate (Health Services Administration, Nursing, among others)
    • Research Interests
      • Effects of Health Insurance on Costs and Utilization of Health Care
      • Healthcare Costs and Utilization Patterns among Mental Health and Substance Abuse Patients
    • Grants
      • “ Exploring Deductibles: Substance Abuse Parity Applications”. Principal Investigator. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA/NIH) September 2004-September 2006
      • “ Mental Health Parity: Can Michigan Afford it?” Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation, Detroit, Michigan, August 2004.
    • Conference presentations
      • Estimating Mental Health / Substance Abuse Parity Costs: Do Deductibles Matter? (6 th World Congress on Health Economics, Copenhagen, Denmark, 07/2007)
      • Exploring Deductibles: Do They Matter in the Era of Managed Care (Inaugural Conference of the American Society of Health Economists, Madison, Wisconsin, 06/2006)
    • Research in Progress
      • Effect of Deductibles on Behavioral Health Cohorts: Comparative Analysis of Annual Costs and Utilization in Mental Health vs. Substance Abuse Diagnostic Groups.
  • 16. Patricia Rouen, PhD, FNP
    • Background Information
      • Staff nursing background: critical care
      • Family Nurse Practitioner: with prior practice in suburban and urban communities managing health and illness concerns
      • Assistant Professor, MSON: primarily teach in the Family Nurse Practitioner program
    • Research Interests
      • Women’ s Health, Menopause, Diabetes
    • Current /Recent Studies
      • Study of Women veterans in Menopause
    • Recent Publications
      • Rouen PA, Lukacs, JL, & Reame, NE. (in press). Adipokine Concentrations in Non-obese Women: A Study of Reproductive Aging, Body Mass Index and Menstrual Cycle Effects. Biological Research for Nursing
      • Rouen, PA., Krein, SL, Roberts, J. & Reame, NE. (2009) Glucose Control is a Important Correlate of Menopause Symptom Severity in Women with Diabetes. Menopause 16(6), 1252
  • 17. Jennifer Ruel DNP, FNP-BC
    • Background Information
      • Teaching
        • Assistant Professor UDM, MSON, FNP program, Prelicensure
        • Adjunct Faculty at Oakland University area of L&D
      • Education
        • Doctor of Nursing Practice degree 2007 Oakland University
        • Family Nurse Practitioner Certification, 2004, UDM
        • MSN, 2002, University of Phoenix
        • BSN, 1998, Oakland University
      • Work History
        • Nurse Practitioner: ER, Retail Clinic
        • Registered Nurse: ER, L&D, Orthopedics, Neurology, ICU, Med/Surg, Home IV Infusion & Pain Management
    • Research Interests
      • Advanced Practice Nursing Issues
        • Practice issues
        • Professionalism
        • Mentoring
        • Evidence-based practice
        • Curriculum
      • ER, Labor & Delivery
      • Teaching & Learning
    • Recent Publications
      • “ A Principle-Based Concept Analysis”, 2009, AAJNP
      • “ Pneumonia Recognition in the Retail Setting”, 2009, Advance for Nurse Practitioners
    • Current Studies
      • iClickers
      • Interdisciplinary Professionalism study
  • 18. Mitzi M. Saunders, PhD, RN
    • Background Information
      • BSN Graduate, Uni of Kansas (1989), Master’s in Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) OU (1995), PhD in Nursing, WSU (2006).
      • Clinical Specialty: Adult Health Acute Care
      • UDM Faculty since 1999, currently associate professor
      • Coordinator of CNS Adult Health Graduate Program
      • CCNE Accreditation Program Representative
    • Research Interests
      • Family Caregiving for HF patients
      • Practice of the CNS
    • Recent Publications
      • Indicators of Health-Related Quality of Life in Heart Failure Family Caregivers (Journal of Community Health Nursing. in )
      • Family Caregiver Support and Hospitalizations of Patients with Heart Failure (Home Healthcare Nurse, 2008)
    • Current Study
      • – Needs of Caregivers Caring for Heart Failure Patients
  • 19. Shirley Sherrick-Escamilla, Ph.D., RN
    • Background Information
      • Chair, Prelicensure Program
      • Teach in Prelicensure Programs: Traditional, BSN Completion and Second Degree Accelerated Program.
      • Expertise: Obstetrics
    • Research Interests
      • Physical Activity
      • Obesity in Children ages 10-12
      • Health Promotion Model
    • Recent Publications
      • Contributor to: Saunders Comprehensive Review NCLEX-RN Examination 4 th ed by Linda Ann Silvestri
    • Current Studies
      • None
  • 20. Julia Stocker Schneider,PhD
    • Background:
      • 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. 
    • Research Interests:
      • 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
    • Recent Publications:
      • 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.
  • 21. Nutrena Tate MS, RN, CPNP - PC
    • Background Information
      • Current and Previous Roles
        • Faculty, McAuley School of Nursing
        • Faculty, Wayne State University
        • Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
        • Clinical Nurse Specialist
        • Staff Nurse
    • Research Interests
      • Weight Control in Children of Color
      • Faculty/Student Perceptions of Quality Nursing Education
    • Current Studies
      • Biopsychosocial Factors Affecting Weight Control Behaviors in 3 rd – 6 th grade African American Children
    • Recent Publications
      • 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.
  • 22. Andrea Teitel, MS, CRNA
    • Background Information
      • Affilliate Clinical Coordinator, UDM Nurse Anesthesia Program
      • UDM Nurse Anesthesia Program 2007
      • Staff CRNA, SJMHO
      • Clinical Instructor, SJMHO
    • Research Interests
      • None currently
      • Research interest #2
    • Recent Publications
      • None currently
      • Publication #2
    • Current Studies
      • None currently
  • 23. Linda Thiel, OP., Ph.D., RN
    • Background Information
      • 30 years of combined experience in Med/Surg., Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit, Coronary Care Unit, Home Care, Gerontology, management, Administration and Education
      • Graduate and Undergraduate Nursing Programs:
    • Research Interests
      • Evidence-Based Practice
      • Women’s Health (disparity)
      • Academic Integrity
    • Recent Publications
      • (2001). A clinical pathway for congestive heart failure. Clinical pathways versus a usual plan of care: what’s the difference, part 1. Home Healthcare Nurse, 19 (3), 142-150.
      • (2001). A clinical pathway for congestive heart failure. Clinical pathways versus a usual plan of care: what’s the difference, part 2. Home Healthcare Nurse, 19 (4), 207-217
    • Current Studies
      • Readiness for Evidence-Based Practice
      • Breast Health of Hispanic Women Aged 65 and over in Kent County, MI
      • Nursing Students and Academic Integrity
  • 24. Patricia Thomas PhD, RN, CHE, CNAA, APRN-BC
    • Background Information
      • Currently Interm Dean CHP
      • Faculty in McAuley School of Nursing
      • Graduate, undergraduate and BSN completion
      • Adjunct positions
    • Research Interests
      • Case Management and Outcomes Research
      • Leadership
    • Recent Publications
      • Case Manager Role Definitions: Do They Make an Organizational Impact?
      • The Convergence of Health Policy, Managed Care, and Case Management Models: Are they Achieving Intended Outcomes?
  • 25. Kate Walters, EdD, RN, MSN, CNE
    • Background Information
      • Assistant Professor, McAuley School of Nursing
      • Program Coordinator, Nurse Educator Masters
      • Previously Director of Nursing in an ADN program
      • Over 14 years of teaching in nursing, both undergraduate and graduate, and in hospice education.
    • Research Interests
      • Faculty Development
      • Teaching/Learning
    • Current Study
      • An Investigation of the Cognitive Processes that Contribute to Faculty Development Among Selected Nurse Educators in Michigan
      • Study of the use of a Readiness Assessment Process to promote student preparation for class.
  • 26. Mary L. White PhD(c), APRN-BC, RN
    • Background Information
      • Chair of the Quality Process Improvement (QPI) Committee and the Awards and Scholarship Committee.
      • Adjunct faculty, UDM 2002-2004
      • Instructor, UDM, 2004-2007,
      • Assistant Professor, UDM, 2007 – present
      • City of Huntington Woods – Mayor Pro Tem
      • PhD candidate, Wayne State University
    • Research Interests
      • Women and cardiovascular disease Focus on AA females post first myocardial infarction with respect to depression and spirituality in relation to quality of life
      • Evidenced based practice
      • Online pharmacology with family nurse practitioner students with relation to the use of the computer and colleagues as a way to mimic real practice
      • Genetic links and sarcoidosis
    • Recent Publications
      • White, M.L., & Groh, C.J. (2007). Depression and quality of life in women after a myocardial infarction. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 22 (2) : 138-144.
    • Current Studies – Principal Investigator
      • Examining the Effectiveness of Two Solutions: Heparin and Saline in Capped Pediatric Peripheral Lines – Study at Children’s Hospital of Michigan
  • 27. Joanne Yastik, MSN,RN
    • Background Information
      • Emergency Department Staff Nurse, ED Management, Utilization Review/Case Manager-ED
      • Began clinical teaching in 1997
      • Full time at UDM since 2004; have taught in the undergraduate programs. Currently assistant professor
    • Research Interests
      • Internet health information
      • Nursing Education
    • Recent Publications
      • Yastik, J. & Anthony, M. (2007, in press). Health assessment in a two week intensive format for second degree baccalaureate nursing students. Journal of Nursing Education
    • Current Studies
      • Patient's use of the internet for health care seeking decision making
  • 28. Suzanne York PA-C, MPH
    • Background Information
      • August 1990-present Tenured Associate Professor UDM, PA Program Dept. Chairperson and Program Director
      • Primary Care Physician Assistant
    • Research Interests
      • Primary Care, Prevention
      • PA Practice & Education
    • Recent Publications
      • (2008) Women’s Mental Health: A Clinical Guide for Primary Health Care Providers (contributor)
      • (2001) Primary Care Review for Physician Assistants (contributor)
      • (2000) Barriers to Anticoagulation Therapy in Chronic Atrial Fibrillation (unpublished)
      • (1998) Creation of a Task Force on Interdisciplinary Education (presentation)
      • (1993) Patient Education for Prevention of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection

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