Margaret Hindman’s Scholarly Pursuits

March 15, 2012 at 7:24 am

Hindman, M. E. “Humor and field energy in older adults,” Visions: The Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science, 18(1), 47-58, 2011.

Lynette Hamlin’s Scholarly Pursuits

March 14, 2012 at 10:51 am

Hamlin, L. “Cross-Cultural Nursing Education,” Presented at the 11th Conference on Nursing Education of the ALADEFE, Coimbra, Portugal, September 23, 2011.

Sharon Smith’s Scholarly Pursuits

March 9, 2012 at 2:45 pm

Smith, S. T., Amendolair, D., and Talley, C. “Using 3-D Multi- User Virtual, Environment Technology to Support Nursing Education,” Poster presented Southern SREB Council on Collegiate Education for Nursing 2011, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2011.

Smith, S. T., “Does a Multi-User Virtual Environment Provide an Effective Tool in Nursing Education?,” Presented at the Ninth Annual Research Symposium: Translating Research Into Practice, Greenville, SC, September 30, 2011.

Smith, S. T., Amendolair, D., and Talley, C. “The Use of Virtual Reality in Nursing Education,” Poster presented at the Emerging Technology in Nursing Education Conference, San Francisco, CA, July 2011.

Amendolair, D., and Smith, S. T. ITEIDA, University Center of Greenville, Grant, $4,000, June 2011.

Smith, S. T., Amendolair, D., and Talley, C. “ MUVE – A New Frontier for Nursing,” Poster presented at the 11th Annual Nurse Educator Symposium, Branson, MO, March 2011.

Smith, S. T., Amendolair, D., and Talley, C. “Multi-User Virtual Environment: A New Frontier for Nursing Education,” Sigma Theta Tau, Mu Rho Chapter, Awarded June 2011, $500.

Smith, S. T., Amendolair, D., and Talley, C. “Multi-User Virtual Environment: A New Frontier for Nursing Education,” Investigator/Developer of the multi-user virtual environment and development and testing of the effectiveness of MUVE in Nursing
Education, $3,900, University Center Greenville, March 2011 – April 2012.

Smith, S. T., Amendolair, D., and Talley, C. “Developing a Health Care Delivery System (Hospital) by application of Virtual World,” Coinvestigator/Developer of the multi-user virtual environment, March 2010 – April 2011, $5,000.

Becky Carr’s Scholarly Pursuits

March 9, 2012 at 2:29 pm

Carr, R. L., and Traufler, R. “Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome in HIV-infected patients: What a critical care nurse needs to know,” Dimensions in Critical Care Nursing, 30(3), 139-143, 2011.

Dr. Lynette Hamlin serving on the Elsevier Nursing Advisory Council

November 7, 2011 at 2:30 pm

Dr. Lynette Hamlin, dean of the Mary Black School of Nursing, began serving on the Elsevier Nursing Advisory Council in October 2010. As the world’s leading nursing publisher of science and health information, Elsevier is committed to staying connected with key opinion leaders in the field of nursing education. Serving on Elsevier’s Nursing Advisory Council will provide Hamlin with a unique forum to interact with her colleagues on a number of key issues facing nursing education. Elsevier serves more than 30 million scientists, students and health and information professionals worldwide. Elsevier helps customers advance science and health by providing world-class information and innovative tools that help them make critical decisions, enhance productivity and improve outcomes.

Dr. Deborah Charnley

June 1, 2011 at 6:41 am

Nursing is a cumulative array of knowledge and skill and preparing nursing students today requires a cumulative effort that incorporates a variety of teaching tools, as well as innovative technology and methods. Recognizing the value of such an overarching effort drives Dr. Deborah Charnley in her role as program manager for the Joint Center for Nursing Research and Scholarship.

Her leadership, instincts and ability to bring together resources and people provides practical and advanced solutions that help the Mary Black School of Nursing at USC Upstate stay ahead of the curve. As a result, more – and better-prepared – nurses are graduating and meeting the health needs of Upstate South Carolina.

Suzanne Sutton’s Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 8:03 am

Sutton, S. South Carolina Nurses Foundation BlueCross BlueShield Nurse Faculty Development Program, Grant, $40,000.

Toshua Kennedy’s Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 8:00 am

Kennedy, T. and Jenkins, F. “Combating Childhood Obesity in Greenville and Spartanburg County Schools: A Community- Based Assessment,” Presented at the Eight Annual Symposium, ‘Be A Research Survivor’: Strategies, Challenges, and Rewards, Greenville, South Carolina, September 24, 2010.

Felicia Jenkins’ Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 7:59 am

Kennedy, T. and Jenkins, F. “Combating Childhood Obesity in Greenville and Spartanburg County Schools: A Community- Based Assessment,” Presented at the Eight Annual Symposium, ‘Be A Research Survivor’: Strategies, Challenges, and Rewards, Greenville, South Carolina, September 24, 2010.

Julie Moss’ Scholarly Pursuits

April 7, 2011 at 12:17 pm

Moss, J. “Nuts and Bolts of Implementing an International Nursing Experience,” Poster presented for the South Carolina Deans and Directors, Columbia, SC, April 2011.

Moss, J. “Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing Mu Rho Joint Research Conference,” Global Health Initiatives Conference, November 2011.

Moss, J. “I Want to be a Nurse But,: When Culture and Career Collide: An Ethnonursing Study Discovering and Describing the Factors, Experiences, and Motivation to Become a Nurse in Ecuador Within Cultural Context,” Poster presented at American Association of Colleges of Nursing 2011 Baccalaureate Education Conference, St. Louis, MO, November 2011.

Moss, J. “Cultural Considerations in End of Life Care,” Invited Speaker, End of Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) Training Program, Greenville, SC, November 1 and 8, 2011.

Moss, J. “Culture at the End of Life: You Can Take it With You,”
Invited Speaker, Spartanburg Chamber of Commerce, Spartanburg,
December 2011.

Moss, J. “Daisy Award for Excellence in Research,” awarded by Mary Black School of Nursing and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing National Recognition Program for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty, 2011.

Moss, J. Mary Black Foundation Research Grant, $8,095, May 2011.Moss, J. “Discovering the Health Care Beliefs and Practices of Rural Mestizo Ecuadorians: An Ethnonursing Study,” Greenville Hospital System Joint Research Conference, September 2010. Also presented at International Research Conference Transcultural Nursing Society, October 2010.