Submissions from 2017


Quantitative or Qualitative? Chossing the Best Fit Method for Gaining New Insight about What Matters to Residents in Nursing Homes, Nila Reimer

Unfolding case studies: Discovery of ways to stimulate students’ deeper learning, Nila Reimer and Laurie Berghoff

Submissions from 2015

It is a Brave New World: Students Champion QI Initiatives, Sarah Beckman and Johnathan Liechty


Maintaining the Momentum: IPE Successes and Obstacles, K Beran-Shepler, Deborah Poling, and D LaBarbera

BATHE: An Interprofessional Approach to Patient Centered Care, K Beran-Shepler, Deborah Poling, D. LaBarbera, and B. Bright


The Fort Wayne Area Interprofessional Education Consortium: Integration of multidisciplinary collaboration for graduate health care students, Beth Bright, Dawn LaBarbe, Kimberly Beran - Shepler, Deborah Poling, and Ahmed Abdelmageed

The Fort Wayne Area Interprofessional Education Consortium: Integration of multidisciplinary collaboration for graduate health care students, Beth Bright, Deborah Poling, Dawn LaBarbe, Ahmed Abdel, and Kimberly Beran - Shepler

Annual Examination and the Overly Anxious Patient, Janette S. Jones


Domestic Intercultural Immersion at Lac du Flambeau Indian Reservation, Denise M. Jordan and LeAnn Mayer

NCLEX Readiness-Remediation Across the Curriculum: Begin with the End in Mind, Beth L. Kaskel Dr., Nila Reimer, Cheryl Lynn Rockwell, and Becky A. Salmon

Using FaceTime for Clinical Evaluations, Heather Krull

There is no “I” in team, Deborah Poling


Things that matter to residents in nursing homes and the nursing care implications, Nila Reimer


Things that matter to residents in nursing homes and the nursing care implications, Nila Reimer


Integration into practice module: Indiana Center for Nursing Residency Curriculum, Nila Reimer and A Kamp

Submissions from 2014

Educational Techniques Useful in Teaching Abstract Ideas, Sarah J. Beckman

The Neuman Systems Model and Curriculum Development, Sarah J. Beckman

Healthcare profession students view of interprofessionalism, Mary Kiersma, Deborah Poling, Dawn LaBarbera, and Mindy Yoder

Interprofessional research guidelines: A community research consortium approach to implementing research, Deborah Poling, Kimberly Beran-Shepler, Linda finke, and Meg Wilson

Fort Wayne Area Interprofessional Consortium Promotes Interprofessional Partnerships, Deborah Poling, Kimberly Beran-Shepler, Dawn Lababrbera, Mary Kiersma, and Sue chubinski

Assessment of Health Profession Student Perceptions of Interprofessional Education, Deborah Poling, Mary Kiersma, Dawn LaBarbera, Mindy Yoder, and Veronia Gurguis

But We Don't Do Hearts: A Review of Congenital Heart Defects for the Non-Cardiac Nurse, Susan P. Wade

Mommy it Hurts: Nursing Assessment of Child Maltreatment, Susan P. Wade

Pediatric Trauma: Kids Are Different, Susan P. Wade

Submissions from 2013

Inspirations in Education, Sarah J. Beckman

Diversity Matters: Engaging Students, Sarah J. Beckman and S. Boxley-Harges


Just in Time Training: A Multi-Site Pilot Study for BSN, Belinda Deal, Jenifer Chilton, Katrina J. Kessler, and Rebecca Fountain

Nursing Student's Clinical Reasoning during Simulation, Rebecca S. Jensen

Student Evaluations of Interprofessional Simulation, Rebecca S. Jensen and Deborah Poling

When the Sandwich Generation becomes a Triple Decker: Qualitative Perspectives from the Oldest Old., Lee Ellen C. Kirkhorn

Action Research in Global Health., Lee Ellen C. Kirkhorn, CM Berry, Peiru Zhou, AF Meerwald, and L Wieseman

Beyond the Boundaries: Evolving Simulation and Skills to the Next Generation of Healthcare, Deborah Poling and R Jensen

Interprofessional Education: One community’s experience with the integration of teamwork and collaboration, Deborah Poling, M Kiersma, D LaBarbera, and M Yoder

One Community's Practical Plan for Development and Implementation of Interprofessional Education Curriculum, Deborah Poling, D LaBarbera, M Kiersma, and M Yoder

Interprofessional Education and Service Learning, Deborah Poling and Nancy Mann

Interprofessional Education in Healthcare Disciplines, Deborah Poling and Nancy Mann

The Development of a Tool to Measure QSEN Competencies, Rachel A. Ramsey

Using Simulation in Novel Ways to Teach Patient Safety (QSEN) and Understand the Student Experience, Rachel A. Ramsey, Susan L. Ahrens, Cheryl Lynn Rockwell, Katrina J. Kessler, and Pamela S. DeKoninck

Liberating Insight by Walking in Other People's Shoes, Gail Rathbun, Jane Leatherman, and Rebecca S. Jensen


Commitment to Nursing Education, Nila Reimer

Things That Matter to Residents in Nursing Homes and the Nursing Care Implications, Nila Reimer

Engaging Patients in Underserved Populations with Health Information Technology (HIT), T Strasen, Shannon F. Johnson, and Tammy R. Toscos

Redesigning Healthcare Systems for Improved Access to Care for Underserved Patients, Tammy R. Toscos, A Turkcan, E Dogar, and B Doebbeling

Incorporating the Proposed New QSEN Competencies into a Graduate Informatics Course: A Collaborative Experience, Tammy R. Toscos and B Vottero

Submissions from 2012


Moving Toward Magnet Status: Results of an Evidence-Based Practice Online Education Program for Nurse Leaders in a Community Hospital, Susan L. Ahrens and Carol Susan Johnson

Challenges of Engaging 21st Century Students: Strategies that Work, Sarah J. Beckman and S. Boxley-Harges


Engaging learners: Challenges, strategies, and classroom assessment., Sarah J. Beckman and S. Boxley-Harges

iSMART: Intergenerational Students Motivated to Apply Research and Technology, Sarah J. Beckman, Cheryl L. Sorge, and T Bane

Students' Perceptions of Clinical Reasoning Development, Rebecca S. Jensen

Community Health Fair Promotes Engagement and Civic Responsibility, Denise M. Jordan

International Research in Guangzhou, China, Lee Ellen C. Kirkhorn, Peiru Berry, CM Berry, and AF Meerwald

Does individual needs based education given by an advanced practice nurse to college-age social smokers improve short-term cessation outcomes at a Midwestern university campus?, Heather Krull

Helping Smokers Who "Don't" Smoke, Heather Krull

Reducing High-Risk Alcohol Behaviors, Janette S. Neuman

Improving Pediatric Patient Outcomes: Comparing Two Case Management Models, Deborah Poling

Incorporating QSEN throughout the undergraduate curriculum, Deborah Poling

Incorporating QSEN throughout the undergraduate curriculum, Deborah Poling

Interprofessional Education in the Healthcare Dicsiplines: A Case Study, Deborah Poling

Interprofessional Education in the Healthcare Disciplines, Deborah Poling

Program Plan for NCLEX Success, Deborah Poling

For Sake of Clarity-Unraveling the Defintitions of Bad Behavior, Deborah Poling and Susan ahrens

Incivility and Bullying. How do students and faculty define them?, Deborah Poling and Susan L. Ahrens

Inter-professional Education: Integrating Teamwork and Collaboration into the Curriculum, Deborah Poling and M Kiersma

Interprofessional Education: One Community's Experience Integrating Teamwork and Collaboration into Education, Deborah Poling and Mary kiersma

Inter-Professsional Education: Integrating teamwork and collaboration into the curriculum, Deborah Poling, Mary Kiersma, and Sue Chubinski

Strategies for Integrating QSEN Informatics Competencies throughout the Graduate Nursing Curriculum, Deborah Poling and Tammy Toscos

Avatars: Bringing Case-Studies to Life, Rachel A. Ramsey and Cheryl Rockwell

Digital Landscape: Embracing the Reality, Carol S. Sternberger

Leveraging Technology: Preparing Educators in the Digital Age., Carol S. Sternberger

The effect of a learning environment using an electronic health record (EHR) on undergraduate nursing students’ behavioral intention (BI) to use an EHR., Carol S. Sternberger, Judith Warren, and Shawn Foley

Best Intentions: Health Monitoring Technology and Children, Tammy R. Toscos, K Connelly, and Y Rogers

Promoting Access to Care, Patient–Provider Communication, and Adherence in Underserved Populations, Tammy R. Toscos, B Doebbeling, and P DeChant


Using mobile technology to promote access, effective patient–provider communication, and adherence in underserved populations, Tammy R. Toscos and Brad Doebbeling

Electronic Health Records: Bridging the Gap in Nursing Education, Tammy R. Toscos, Carol S. Sternberger, and Linda H. Meyer

Submissions from 2011

Sexually Transmitted Diseases: The Impact of Sexual Assault, Deborah Baresic

Millinnals educated and empowered with technology, Sarah Beckman, Cheryl Bruick Sorge, and Tabitha Bane

Student created websites: Demonstration of information literacy skills, Sarah Beckman, Cheryl Bruick Sorge, and Tabitha Bane

Electroninc Health Records for Nursing Education: Integrating technology into Nursing Curriculum., Pamela S. DeKoninck, Rachel Ramsey, and Katrina Kessler

Incorporating QSEN Throughout the Undergraduate Curriculum, Deborah Poling and J Rother

Nuts and Bolts for Nurse Educators; Effective Strategies for NCLEX Success, Deborah Poling and M Sawaya

Residents' Descriptions of What Makes Meaning in Nursing Homes, Nila Reimer

Millinnals educated and empowered with technology, Becky A. Salmon and Cheryl Bruick Sorge


Meeting the challenge of teaching the millennial nursing student in a Neuman-based program, Cheryl Bruick Sorge and Becky A. Salmon

Technological Ubiquity: Educating Educators for the Dynamic Digital Landscape, Carol S. Sternberger

The Effect of a Learning Environment Using an Electronic Health Record (EHR) on Undergraduate Nursing Students' Behavioral Intention (BI) to Use an EHR, Carol S. Sternberger, Cerner, and Judith Warren

Submissions from 2010

Using Cerner’s Academic Education Solution (AES) with Human Patient Simulators (HPS) in three key areas: Nursing Fundamental, Jane E. Dannhausen

Writing for Publication, Linda M. Finke, Fitzpatrick J. Joyce, and Pearson Geraldene


Evaluating Clinical Judgment in a Nursing Capstone Course, Rebecca S. Jensen

Using Cerner's Academic Education Solution (AES) with human patient simulators (HPS) in 3 key areas: Nursing Fundamentals; the evluation of psychomotor skills; and preparing nursing educators, Rebecca S. Jensen

A living legend: Honoring Dr. Priscilla Ebersole, PhD, RN, Geriatric Nursing Pioneer, Lee Ellen C. Kirkhorn

Mining Gems from the GI Generation: An Oral History Project., Lee Ellen C. Kirkhorn and T L. Loftsgaarden

Quantitative study of RN-BSN understanding of QSEN upon entrance to program, Deborah Poling

Two Case Management Models-Are there difference in outcomes?, Deborah Poling

Preparing Nurse Educators: Designing HPS Simulations Using Cerner AES., Rachel A. Ramsey, Katrina Kessler, and Robert Snow

A Heideggerian hermeneutic phenomenological approach to understanding residents' perceptions of meaningful care in nursing homes, Nila Reimer

Utilizing nursing procedure log tracking, Nila Reimer

Preparing Nurse Educators: Designing HPS Simulations Using Cerner AES., Carol S. Sternberger

Innovative Strategies for Nursing Education with the Electronic Health Record., Carol S. Sternberger, Beth Kaskel, Linda Meyer, and Tammy Toscos

Academic Education Solution Consortium: A partnership of nursing, Carol S. Sternberger, Tammy Toscos, Alan Hamberg, and Judy Warren

Submissions from 2009

Hormone therapy in menopausal women: to treat or not to treat, Deborah Baresic