Chatham University Dnp Essay

Nursing Faculty and Staff

Kathleen Spadaro PhD, PMHCNS, RN

kspadaro@chatham.edu
Associate Professor of Nursing, IRB Chair
Hometown : Harrison City, PA
Joined Chatham : 2010

Academic Areas of Interest

Mindfulness meditation, wellness, weight management with healthcare related issues; psychiatric and behavioral healthcare; and promoting excellence in nursing academics

Personal Areas of Interest

Traveling, walking, reading, sports, spending time with family and friends

Biography

I have been teaching in the graduate nursing programs at Chatham University since 2010. I have a part-time psychotherapy practice in Murrysville, PA since 2000, receiving referrals from primary care physicians, social workers, nurses, insurance companies and past clients. I taught at the West Virginia University in the undergraduate psychiatric nursing courses in 2009. I started my teaching career in undergraduate geriatric nursing combined with psychiatric nursing at the University of Pittsburgh in 2008 following the completion of my PhD in Nursing. Prior to teaching I was a Research Investigator, University of Pittsburgh, SON from 2005-2007 in a mindfulness and breast cancer survivors research study. I have participated or was primary investigator in multiple research studies exploring mindfulness with weight loss, breast cancer/hot flashes, physical activity in middle-aged women, and nursing students. I also was involved with a postpartum depression telephone screening and management research study. In my prior life, my nursing focus was administrative and clinical in psychiatric nursing. As a program administrator, I developed a Women's Intensive Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization program at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC), developed mental health outpatient clinics for WPIC, and supported adult outpatient services at WPIC. I expanded an adolescent after school program into an Intensive Outpatient Program for adolescents in three locations. I have provided psychiatric services in various settings: inpatient, outpatient, intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs. I enjoy outdoor activities: hiking, walking, biking as well as reading, traveling, sporting events, and spending time with family and friends. Health and wellness are essential components of both my personal and professional life.

Education

  • BSN, Marymount University, 1981
  • MEd, University of Virginia, 1986
  • PhD, University of Pittsburgh, 2008

Publications

  • Spadaro, Kathleen C., Wolf, Debra, Wu, Huixin, Hunker, Diane F. (2017). Preparing for an International Student Cohort: Making a Global Impact on Nursing, Nurse Education Today. doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2017.06.014
  • Hopkins, E., Spadaro, K. C., Walter, L., Wasco, J. J., Fisher, M. D., & Sterrett, S. E. (2017). Incivility in the online classroom: A guide for policy development. Nursing Forum, 1-7. doi:10.1111/nuf.12205
  • Hopkins, E., Robb, M., Fisher, M., Slade, J., Wasco, J., Spadaro, K., & Doas, M. (2016). Honor society membership retention strategies: Promoting membership benefits from induction through transition to professional practice. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice (JNEP), 6(12), 18-23. Available at http://jnep.sciedupress.com
  • Spadaro, K. C., & Hunker, D. F. (2016). Exploring the effects of an online asynchronous mindfulness meditation intervention with nursing students on stress, mood, and cognition: A descriptive study. Nurse Education Today, 39, 163-169. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2016.02.006
  • BenDavid, D. N., Hunker, D. F., & Spadaro, K. C. (2016). Uncovering the golden veil: Applying the evidence for telephone screening to detect early postpartum depression. Journal of Perinatal Education, 25(1), 1-9.
  • Hopkins, E. E., Wolf, D. M., Slade, J. D., Spadaro, K. C., Hunker, D. F., & Doas, M. (2015). Creating a virtual nursing honor society: Key technology design considerations. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice (JNEP), vol. 5(2), 131-135. DOI: 10.5430/jnep.v5n2p131.
  • Conroy, M. B., Sward, K. L., Spadaro, K. C., Tudorascu, D., Karpov, I., Jones, B. L., Kriska, A. M., & Kapoor, W. N. (2014). Effectiveness of a physical activity and weight loss intervention for middle-aged women: Healthy bodies, healthy hearts randomized trial. Journal of General Internal Medicine. DOI: 10.1007/s11606-014-3077-5.
  • Spadaro, K., Stevens, E., Doas, M., Slade, J., Wolf, D, & Hunker, D. (2014). A virtual nursing honor society: Recognition for online academic excellence. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice (JNEP), vol. 4(3), 197-203.
  • Haines, J., Spadaro, K. C., Choi, J., Hoffman, L. A., & Blazek, A. M. (2014). Reducing stress and anxiety in caregivers of lung transplant patients: Benefits of mindfulness meditation. International Journal of Organ Transplant Medicine, 5(2), 50-56.
  • Doas, M., Spadaro, K., & Stevens, E. (2014). Nursing honor societies: Past, present, and future. Journal of Nursing Care, 3(4).
  • Slade, J. Wolf, D. Spadaro, K. & Gazza, E. (2013). “Using Social Media to Meet the Needs of DNP Preceptors within an Online Program”. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI), vol. 17(2).
  • Spadaro, K., Hamilton, R., Jakicic, J.M., Cohen, S. (2009). Taking Time Intentionally for the Self: Mindful Weight Loss. International Qualitative Health Research Conference, Vancouver, October 2009. Published in International Journal of Qualitative Methods. (2009), 8(4), 44.
  • Spadaro, K. C. Weight Loss: Exploring Self-Regulation Through Mindfulness Meditation, [Dissertation], Proquest LLC. (2008), 1-246.
  • Cohen, S.M., Sereika, S., Stubbs, M., Spadaro, K., Greco, C. (2008). Meditation for Menopausal Symptom Relief. (Abstract) Proceedings of the National Cancer Institute, March 2008.
  • Davis, K., Jakicic, J.M., Otto, A., & Spadaro, K. (2008). The Impact of Mindfulness Meditation on Eating Behaviors and Weight Loss. (Abstract) 2008 Annual Scientific Meeting of The Obesity Society
  • Hanusa, B.H., Hudson Scholle, S., Hasket, R.F., Spadaro, K. Wisner, K.L. (2008). “Comparison of Three Instruments to Screen for Postpartum Depression: the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale, the Depression Module of the Patient Health Questionnaire, and the Postpartum Depression Screening Scale”. Journalof Women’s Health, 17(4), 585-596.
  • Kiser, L.J., Trachta, A.M., Bragman, J.I., Curley-Spadaro, K, Cooke, J.D., Ramsland, S.E., & Fitzhugh, K.E. (1998). Level II Standards of Care: Intensive Outpatient Programs. American Association of Behavioral Healthcare.

Certifications

  • Psychiatric & Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist

Awards

  • Chatham University Research and Sabbaticals Committee (2011) funding award for research support
  • Chatham University Research and Sabbaticals Committee (2013) funding award for research support

Organizations

  • Pennsylvania State Nurses Association, Continuing Education Committee Chair
  • Sigma Theta Tau International, Chi Zeta
  • Center for Contemplative Mind in Society
  • American Psychiatric Nurses Association
  • American Nurses Association, Pennsylvania State Nurses Association
  • National League of Nurses
  • Chatham University NHS, past President

Achievements

  • UPMC Cameos of Caring, Chatham Award Recipient, Fall 2016
  • Nursing Honor Society officially became Chi Zeta Chapter of STTI in 2013
  • Established the Chatham University Nursing Honor Society, approved May 2011 by Student Affairs.

Presentations

  • Robb, M., & Spadaro, K., (February, 2017). “Inside and outside of the box thinking: Strategies to promote engagement in online courses”. [Poster] presentation at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 2017 Master’s Education Conference in Atlanta, GA.
  • Spadaro, K. & Robb, M. (February, 2017). “But can they think critically? Use of self-reflection in clinical courses”. [Podium] presentation at American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s 2017 Master’s Education Conference in Atlanta, GA.
  • Robb, M., & Spadaro, K. (February, 2016). Thinking outside of the paper binder: ePortfolio use in graduate nursing education. American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 2016 Master’s Education Conference Poster presentation in Houston, TX
  • Spadaro, K. & Hunker, D.F. (February, 2015). Exploring the Effects of an Online Asynchronous Mindfulness Meditation Intervention on Nursing Students on Stress, Mood, and Cognition. Oral presentation at American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s 2015 Master’s Education Conference in St. Petersburg, FL.
  • Spadaro, K. (2014, April). Mindfulness in Psychiatric Nursing. Oral presentation for American Psychiatric Nurses Association-Pennsylvania Chapter's annual conference: The State of the State: Currrent Issues in Psych/Mental Health Nursing in Philadelphia, PA.
  • Spadaro, K., Hunker, D. F., Doas, M., Wolf, D., Slade, J. & Stevens, E. “Technology, Leadership and Professional Development: A Virtual Nursing Honor Society for Distance Learners”, Proceedings of the Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society’s 42nd Biennial Convention (16 November-20 November 2013).
  • Spadaro, K. & Hunker, D. “Developing an Online Mindfulness Intervention for Distance Learners”. [Poster]. Proceedings of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Doctoral Education Conference, Naples, FL, January 2012.
  • Conroy, M.B., Sward, K., Spadaro, K., Jones, B.L., Jeffrey, S., Kriska, A.M., & Kapoor, W.N. Effectiveness of a Primary Care Physical Activity Intervention for Obese, Middle-Aged Women: 12-Week Results from the Healthy Bodies, Healthy Hearts Study. Society of General Internal Medicine, 34th Annual Conference (May 7, 2011), podium presentation by the PI, Molly Conroy, PI, (Phoenix, Arizona).
  • Spadaro, K., Sward, K., Jones, B.L., Jeffrey, S., & Conroy, M.B. (2011). Impact of Primary Care Physical Activity Intervention on Physical Activity Levels and Psychosocial Measures in Middle-Aged Women: The Healthy Bodies, Healthy Hearts Study. Behavioral Medicine: Accelerating our Impact on the Pubic’s Health, 32nd Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions. Poster presentation (Washington, D.C.), April 2011.
  • Spadaro, K., Sereika, S., Jakicic, J.M., Cohen, S. (2010). Mindfulness Meditation: An Innovative, Additional Strategy for Weight Loss. 21th International Nursing Research Congress Focusing on Evidence-Based Practice. Orlando, Florida, July 2010.
  • Spadaro, K. (2010, May) Mindfulness in Nursing and Healthcare. Rho Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau Annual Meeting, West Virginia University.
  • Spadaro, K. (2009, Dec.) Mindfulness in Primary Care Nursing. WVU Practice Plan Monthly meeting
  • Spadaro, K. (2007, March). Working Women’s Health: Mind, Body, Spirit. UPMC St. Margaret’s Hospital Nursing Staff, Aspinwall, PA.
  • Spadaro, K. (2007, March) Working Women’s Health: Mind, Body, Spirit. UPMC St. Margaret’s Hospital Nursing Staff, Aspinwall, PA.
  • Spadaro, K. (2006, Spring & Fall). Mindfulness Meditation. UPMC Magee Women’s Hospital’s Breast Cancer Support Groups, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Spadaro, K. (2004-2005). Postpartum Depression Screening. UPMC Health Plan Quality Assurance Committee, UPMC Magee Women’s Hospital OB/GYN physicians and staff.
  • Spadaro, K. (2002). Postpartum Depression- Screening Tools and Resources &Referrals for Women, Western PA Women’s Health Providers, West Penn Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Spadaro, K. (1998). Level II Standards, Intensive Outpatient Programs, Keynote address and leader of two roundtable discussion groups on Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program”, Ohio Ambulatory Behavioral Healthcare Association 7th Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Spadaro, K. (1995). Adolescent Treatment: A Continuum of Care Model, American Association for Partial Hospitalization’s National Conference, Denver, Colorado.

Nursing Faculty and Staff

Meigan Robb, PhD, RN

mrobb@chatham.edu
Assistant Professor, Assistant Director of Nursing Programs, MSN Program Coordinator
Hometown : Kittanning, PA
Joined Chatham : 2013

Academic Areas of Interest

Innovative pedagogy, Student engagement, Graduate nursing education, Online learning

Biography

Meigan Robb is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Chatham University. She has taught a variety of theory courses at the baccalaureate, master and doctoral levels. Throughout her professional role as a nurse educator she has focused on exploring innovative methods for engaging students in the learning process. Meigan has added to the body of knowledge regarding this topic through a variety of professional publications and presentations.

Education

  • PhD - Nursing Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • MS - Nursing Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • BS - Community Health, Slippery Rock University
  • AAS - Nursing, Butler County Community College

Publications

  • Robb, M. (in press). Edifying feedback. Journal of Christian Nursing.
  • Robb, M., & Shellenbarger, T. (in press). Increasing electronic health (eHealth) literacy: A three-pronged approach. American Nurse Today.
  • ONeill, K., Robb, M., Kennedy, R., Bhattacharya, A., Dominici, N., & Murphy, A. (in press). Mobile technology, just-in-time learning and gamification: Innovative strategies for a CAUTI education program. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics.
  • Robb, M. & Shellenbarger, T. (2017). Lifelong learning: Is a post-master’s certificate the right option for you? American Nurse Today, 12(7), 6-7.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2017). Returning to nursing school? Three keys to success. American Nurse Today, 12(7), 4-6.
  • Fisher, MD., & Robb, M. (2017). Student moderator: A unique practical application exercise. Journal of Nursing Education, 56(6), 383.
  • Slade, J. D., Robb, M., Sherrod, B., & Hunker, D. (2017). Online adjunct faculty support: An innovative use of a learning management system. Nurse Educator, 42(3), 143-146.
  • Robb, M., & Shellenbarger, T. (2016). Technology-based solutions for overcoming collaboration woes. American Nurse Today, 11(11), 1-2.
  • Hopkins, E., Robb, M., Fisher, MD., Slade, J. D., Wasco, J. J., Spadaro, K. C., & Doas, M. (2016). Honor society membership retention strategies: Promoting membership benefits from induction through transition to professional practice. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 6(12), 18-23.
  • Robb, M. (2016). Self-regulated learning: Examining the baccalaureate millennial nursing student's approach. Nursing Education Perspectives, 37(3), 162-164.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2016). Effective mentoring in the clinical setting: Strategies for clinical instructors and preceptors. American Journal of Nursing, 116(4), 64-68.
  • Robb, M., & Fisher, MD. (2015). Functionality tools: Time management approaches for facilitating an online course in moodle. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 10, 196-199.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2015). Collaborative writing: Strategies to promote successful shared authorship. Nurse Author & Editor, 25(2).
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2015). Technology-based strategies for promoting clinical reasoning skills in nursing education. Nurse Educator, 40(2), 79-82.
  • Koharchik, L., Caputi, L., Robb, M., & Culleiton, A. (2015). Fostering clinical reasoning in the clinical setting. American Journal of Nursing, 115(1), 58-61.
  • Robb, M., & Shellenbarger, T. (2014). Strategies for searching and managing evidence-based practice resources. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 45(10), 461-466.
  • Robb, M., & Shellenbarger, T. (2014). Influential factors and perceptions of ehealth literacy among undergraduate college students. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics, 18(3).
  • Robb, M., & Shellenbarger, T. (2014). Leading the way for nurses and education. Western Pennsylvania Hospital News, 4, 34
  • Robb, M. (2014). Effective classroom teaching methods: A critical incident technique from millennial nursing students’ perspective. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 10(1), 301-306.
  • Robb, M., & Shellenbarger, T. (2013). Promoting digital citizenship in the technology classrooms. Teaching Professor, 27(8), 1,4.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2013). Pinstructive ideas: Using a social networking bulletin board for nursing education. Nurse Educator, 38(5), 206-209.
  • Robb, M., & Gerwick, M. (2013). Team teaching: A resource guide for nurse educators. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 8(3), 78-82.
  • Robb, M. (2012). The learner-centered syllabus. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 43(11), 489-490.
  • Robb, M., & Shellenbarger, T. (2012). Using technology to promote mobile learning: Engaging students with cell phones in the classroom. Nurse Educator, 37(6), 258-261.
  • Robb, M. (2012). Self-efficacy with application to nursing education: A concept analysis. Nursing Forum, 47(3), 166-172.
  • Robb, M. (2012). Managing a large class environment: Simple strategies for new nurse educators, Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 7(2), 47-50.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2011). Cell phones in nursing education: R u kidding? Western Pennsylvania Hospital News, 9, 6.
  • Robb, M. (2008). Hyperphosphatemia in renal failure. RN, 71(12), 26-31.

Certifications

Awards

  • Twenty-Seventh Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Foundation Doctoral Fellowship, recipient, selection based upon strong academic credentials and potential for excellence in teaching and research, awarded by Indiana University of Pennsylvania School of Graduate Studies and Research, 2013
  • Twenty-Sixth Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Foundation Doctoral Fellowship, recipient, selection based upon strong academic credentials and potential for excellence in teaching and research, awarded by Indiana University of Pennsylvania School of Graduate Studies and Research, 2012
  • Faculty Recognition Award for Teaching Associates, recognized for exemplary classroom instruction and service to the university community, awarded by Indiana University of Pennsylvania Center for Teaching Excellence, 2012
  • 1st place College of Health and Human Services, Poster Presentation, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Graduate Scholars Forum, 2012
  • 1st place College of Health and Human Services, Poster Presentation, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Graduate Scholars Forum, 2011

Organizations

  • National League for Nursing - Member
  • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing - Treasurer Chi Zeta Chapter (2014-2016)

Achievements

  • Chatham University Institutional Review Board (IRB): Member (2014-2017); Co-Chair (2015-2017); Ex officio (2017 - present)
  • Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI): Peer Reviewer (2015 - present)
  • Chatham University Faculty Technology Fellow: 2016 - 2018
  • Chatham University Center For Teaching and Scholarship Excellence: Co-developer (2017 - present)
  • NLN Ambassador: 2017 - present
  • Nurse Educator: Reviewer (2018 - present)

Presentations

  • Robb, M., & Spadaro, K. (2018). Who Me? Tech-Based Strategies for Promoting Doctoral Student Accountability in Online Courses. Poster presentation at the AACN Doctoral Education Conference, Naples, Florida.
  • Robb, M., & Doas, M. (2017). Padlet: Meet me at the Virtual Wall. Electronic poster presentation at the 2017 Magna Teaching with Technology Conference Baltimore, MD.
  • Fisher, MD., & Robb, M. (2017). Student Moderator Online Activity: What, Why, and How!. Electronic poster presentation at the 2017 Magna Teaching with Technology Conference Baltimore, MD.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2017). Feedback Fizzle: Techniques for Preventing Disappointment, Frustration, and Disengagement with the Evaluation Process. Podium presentation at the National League for Nursing Summit, San Diego, CA.
  • Robb, M., & Spadaro, K. (2017). Inside and Outside of the Box Thinking: Strategies to Promote Engagement in Online Courses. Poster Presentation at the AACN Master’s Education Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  • Spadaro, K., & Robb, M. (2017). But Can They Think Critically? Use of Self-Reflection in Clinical Courses. Podium Presentation at the AACN Master’s Education Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  • Robb, M. (2016). Web 2.0 and eHealth:Challenges and Opportunities for Health Care Professionals. Invited podium presentation at Excela Health - Nursing Lecture Series, Greensburg, PA.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2016). Rubrics to the Rescue: Effective Evaluation in Nursing Education. Podium presentation at the National League for Nursing Summit, Orlando, FL.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2016). Integrating Technology into the Learning Environment. Workshop delivered at the American Nurses Credentialing Center Annual Symposium on Continuing Nursing Education, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2016). Beyond the Classroom Walls: Approaches to Improve Online Student Engagement and Clinical Evaluation Practices. Workshop delivered at the West Virginia League for Nursing Annual Meeting, Bridgeport, WV.
  • Robb, M., & Spadaro, K. (2016). Thinking Outside of the Paper Binder: ePortfolio use in Graduate Nursing Education, Poster presentation at the AACN Master's Education Conference, Houston, TX.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2015). Engaging Students in Nursing Research with Mobile Technology. Podium presentation at the National League for Nursing and Elsevier Technology Conference, Tampa, FL.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2015). Jackpot! Strategies for Promoting Effective Digital Learning Communities. Podium presentation at the National League for Nursing Education Summit, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Robb, M. (2015). Clinical Reasoning: Understanding the Past and Re-Envisioning the Present. Invited podium presentation at Duquesne University Annual Clinical Adjunct Faculty Luncheon, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2014). Shhh Pass it on: Secrets to Successful Mentoring of Future Educators. Podium presentation at the National League for Nursing Summit, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Robb, M. (2014). Engagement in Learning: Factors that Influence the Student's Approach. Poster presentation at the National League for Nursing Summit, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2014). Tick Tock: Technology Tools, Tips, and Techniques for Improving Nursing Faculty Time Management. Podium presentation at Drexel University Nursing Education Institute, Myrtle Beach, SC.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2013). Taking the ZZZZs out of Nursing Professional Development. Workshop at The 8th Annual Greater Pittsburgh Chapter of Association for Nurses in Professional Development (ANPD) Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2013). Promoting eHealth Literacy: Advancing College Students’ Health. Poster presentation at The National League for Nursing Summit, Washington, DC.
  • Robb, M. (2013). Perceptions of Effective Teaching Methods: A Critical Incident Technique. Poster presentation at The National League for Nursing Summit, Washington, DC.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2013). The 411 on Using Cell Phones in Nursing Education. Workshop delivered at the West Virginia League for Nursing Workshop, Flatwoods, West Virginia.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2013). Pinnovative Ideas for Online Nursing Education. Podium presentation at the 2013 AACN Hot Issues Conference, St. Louis, Missouri.
  • Robb, M. (2013). Academic Integrity in Online and Technology Rich Environments.” Panel discussion at Technology Day, College of Education and Educational Technology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania.
  • Shellenbarger, T., & Robb, M. (2012). Going Mobile: GR8 Strategies for Using Cell Phones in Nursing Education.” Post summit workshop delivered at The National League for Nursing Education Summit, Anaheim, CA.
  • Robb, M. (2012). Self-Efficacy and Integration of Technology into the Teaching Role: A Case Study. Poster presentation at Sigma Theta Tau International and the National League for Nursing Innovations in Nursing Education Research Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Robb, M. (2012). Millennial Learners and Educational Engagement: An Integrative Review. Poster presentation at Indiana University of Pennsylvania 2nd Annual Graduate Scholars Forum, Indiana, PA.
  • Robb, M. (2012). R U Serious? Welcoming Cell Phones in the Classroom. Workshop session delivered at Technology Day, College of Education and Educational Technology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA.
  • Robb, M. (2011). OMG: Encouraging Texting in the Classroom. Poster presentation at Drexel University Nursing Education Institute, Atlantic City, NJ.
  • Robb, M. (2011). Self-Efficacy with Application to Nursing Education: A Concept Analysis. Poster presentation at Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1st Annual Graduate Scholars Forum, Indiana, PA.
  • Robb, M. (2011). An Integrative Review of the Concept Self-Efficacy in Narrowing the Theory-Practice Gap. Poster presentation at Eastern Nursing Research Society 23rd Annual Scientific Sessions, Philadelphia, PA.

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