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Kathleen Sitzman, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN

Professor
Baccalaureate Education
Office: Off Site Please e-mail for appt.
Phone: (801) 791-1177

Kathleen Sitzman, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN is a Professor at East Carolina University in the College of Nursing. She has co-authored four books: Sitzman, K., & Eichelberger, L. (2011). Understanding the Work of Nurse Theorists: A Creative Beginning (3rd Edition), Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishing; Judd, D., & Sitzman, K. (2014). A History of American Nursing: Trends and Eras (2nd Edition). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishing; Sitzman, K., & Watson, J. (2014). Caring Science, Mindful Practice: Implementing Watson’s Human Caring Theory. New York, New York: Springer Publishing; Sitzman, K. & Watson, J. (2017). Watson’s Caring in the Digital World: A Guide for Caring When Interacting, Teaching, and Learning in Cyberspace. New York, New York: Springer Publishing. She has also completed and published over a hundred peer reviewed articles and 10 national studies related to various aspects of caring science in nursing. Her primary focus is to describe and promote deliberative caring in nursing and beyond.

Bio

Kathleen L. Sitzman, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN

Credentials

  • PhD in Nursing.
  • Current professional Licensure within the state of North Carolina
  • Tenured Full Professor, East Carolina University 2012
  • Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) credentialing 2012
  • Inducted into the Academy of Nursing Education (ANEF) October 2015
  • Inducted into the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN) October 2016
  • Professional Roles

  • Professor, Undergraduate Nursing Science, East Carolina University (Greenville, North Carolina), 2012-present
  • Professor, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Nursing Science, East Carolina University (Greenville, North Carolina), 2012-2014
  • Associate Professor of Nursing and Bachelor of Integrated Studies Director, 2001-2012
  • Registered Nurse 1983-2004 in various hospital and community settings.
  • Education

    Institution

    Discipline

    Degree Earned

    Date

    University of Northern Colorado in Greely, Colorado

    Nursing

    PhD

    (Nursing Education)

    12/07

     

     

    University of Utah

     

    Nursing

     

    Master of Science (Community and Occupational Health)

     

    05/01

     

    University of Utah

     

    Nursing

     

     

    Bachelor of Science

     

    06/84

     

Research Interests

 

  • Watson's Caring Science in nursing and beyond
  • Mindfuless
  • Free and open online education
  • Establishing global caring communities through free and open online gatherings and education
  • Occupational helth concerns of nurses who make home visits
  • Nursing curriculum innovation and development--especially online 

Blog/Twitter/Facebook links

News

Referred Articles/Papers

Sitzman, K., Jensen, A., Chan, S. (2016). Creating a global community of learners in nursing and

            Beyond: Caring science, mindful practice massive open online course (MOOC). Nursing

            Education Perspectives, 37(5), 269-274

Hebdon, M., Clayton, M., Sitzman, K. (2016). Caring intention transformation in an

            interprofessional massive open online course. International Journal for Human

            Caring, 20(4), in press.

Sitzman, K. (2016). What student cues prompt online instructors to offer caring

            interventions? Nursing Education Perspectives, 37(2), 61-71.

Sitzman, K. (2016). Mindful communication for caring online. Advances in Nursing

            Science (ANS), 39(1), 38-47.

Sitzman, K. (2015). Sense, connect, facilitate: Nurse educator experiences of caring

            through Watson's lens. International Association for Human Caring, 19(3), 25-29.

Sitzman, K. (2010) Student-preferred caring behaviors for online nursing education.

            Nursing Education Perspectives, 31(3), 171-178.

Sitzman, K. & Leiss, J. (2009). Documentation of incidental factors affecting the home

            healthcare work environment. Home Healthcare Nurse, 27(9), 516-521.

Leiss, J.K., Lyden, J. T., Mathews, R., Sitzman, K. L., Vanderpuiji, A., Mav, D.,

            Kendra, M.A., Klein, C., Humphrey, C. J. (2009). Blood exposure incidence rates

            from the North Carolina study of home care and hospice nurses. American

            Journal of Industrial Medicine, (52), 99-104.

Sitzman, K. (2007). Teaching-learning professional caring based on Jean Watson’s

            Theory of Human Caring. International Journal of Human Caring, 11(4), 8-16.

Sitzman, K. (2007). Diversity and the NCLEX-RN: A double-loop approach. The Journal

            of Transcultural Nursing, 18(3), 271-276.

Leners, D., Sitzman,K., Hessler, K. (2006). Perceptions of nursing student clinical

            Placement experiences. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship,

            3(1), 1-17.

Leners, D., Sitzman, K. (2006). Graduate student perceptions: Feeling the passion of

             Caring online. Nursing Education Perspectives, 27(6), 315-319.

Leners, D., Wilson, V., Sitzman, K. (2007). 21st century doctoral education: Online and

            nursing Education focused. Nursing Education Perspectives, 28(6), 332-336.

Sitzman, K., & Leners, D.  (2006). Student perceptions of caring in online baccalaureate

            education. Nursing Education Perspectives, 27(5), 254-259.

Sitzman, K. (2004). The ice bag incident. American Journal of Nursing,104(7), 39.

Sitzman, K., Pett, M., Bloswick, D. (2002). An exploratory study of motor vehicle use in

            home visiting nurses. Home Healthcare Nurse Journal, 20(12), 784-793.

Sitzman, K. (2002). An exploratory study of motor vehicle use in home visiting nurses

            (reprint). American Association of Occupational Health Nurses Journal, 50(12),

            553-558.

Sitzman, K., Pett, M., Bloswick, D. (2002). An exploratory study of nurse bag utilization

            in home visiting nurses. Home Healthcare Nurse Journal, 20(4), 237-243.

Sitzman, K. (2002). Interbeing and mindfulness: A bridge to understanding Jean

            Watson’s theory of human caring. Nursing and Healthcare Perspectives, 23(3),

            118-123.

Sitzman, K., & Bloswick, D. (2002). Creative use of ergonomic principals in home care.

            Home Healthcare Nurse Journal, 20(2), 98-103.

Sitzman, K. (2001). Effective ergonomic teaching for positive client outcomes. American

            Association of Occupational Health Nurses Journal, 49(7), 329-335.

Sitzman, K. (2002). Interbeing and mindfulness: A bridge to understanding Jean Watson’s theory

            of human caring. Nursing and Healthcare Perspectives (National League for Nursing), 23(3), 118-123.

Book Chapters

Sitzman, K. (2017). Building global Caritas community through online education in Lee, S., Palmieri, P.,

            & Watson, J. (2017). Global advances in human caring literacy. New York, New York: Springer

            Publishing Company.

Sitzman, K. (2011). Teaching-learning professional caring based on Jean Watson’s Theory of Human

            Caring  in Hills, M. & Watson, J. (2011). Creating a caring science curriculum: An emancipatory

            pedagogy for nursing. New York, New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Books and Monographs

Sitzman, K. & Watson, J. (2017). Watson’s Caring Science in the digital world: A guide for caring

            when interacting, teaching, and learning in cyberspace. New York: Springer Publishing.

 

Sitzman, K. & Watson, J. (2014). Caring science, mindful practice: Implementing Watson's

            Human Caring Theory. New York: Springer Publishing.

 

Judd, D. & Sitzman, K. (2014). A history of American nursing: Trends and Eras (2nd Ed.).

            Sudbury, MA, Jones and Bartlett Publishing. This text won the American Journal of

            Nursing Textbook of the Year Award in 2009.

 

Sitzman, K., Eichelberger, L.W. (2016). Understanding the work of nurse theorists: A creative

            beginning (3rd ed.). Sudbury, MA, Jones and Bartlett Publishing.

Non-Refereed Articles/Papers

Grants

Refereed Presentations

Description

Dates

International Congress of Nursing: “Humanisation(sic) as the Essence of Care from Training to Practice Nursing” in Lima, Peru:

Keynote: “Caring Communication for the Digital World” (Original Research)

Teaching Intensive: “Introduction to Caring Science, Mindful Practice” (Based on my textbook co-authored with Jean Watson “Caring Science, Mindful Practice: Implementing Watson’s Human Caring Theory”

Original Research Presentation: “Creating a Global Community of Learners: Caring Science, Mindful Practice Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)”

November 2016

 

2016 National League for Nursing Education Summit: Caring Science, Mindful Practice Massive Open Online Course (MOOC): Bringing Free Nursing Education to an International and Transdisciplinary Audience.

September 2016

2016 International Association for Human Caring Conference: Creating a Successful International Massive Open Online Course: Content, Design, Demographics, and End-of-Course Evaulations.

June 2016

21st Annual Cartitas Consortium: Caring Science, Mindful Practice MOOC

 

October 2015

Caring Science, Mindful Practice Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) presented online in Canvas/Instructure learning management system to an international audience of 726 participants.

 

June 8th to July 26th. It will be formally offered again May 2-30, 2016.

Caring Science, Mindful Practice continuing education workshop presented to Social workers in the Utah Department of Human Services, Child Protection Division. 

 

March 13, 2015

23rd Annual Collaborative Research Day-AHEC: Interprofessional Collaboration to Teach Caritas Nursing in Clinical and Academic Settings

 

February  2014

19th Annual International Caritas Consortium: Caring Science Mindful Practice: Teaching Watson’s Theory of Human Caring

 

October 2013

2009 Technology Symposium:

Teaching with Technology: Caring Online

 

April 9, 2009

 

4th Annual Sigma Theta Tau Regional Conference: Caring Online

 

October 25, 2008

24th Annual International Conference on Information Technology: Caring Online

 

October 19-22, 2008

29th Annual International Association for Human Caring Conference: Caring Online

 

May 16-19, 2007

17th Annual Nurse Educators Conference in the Rockies (International): Caring Online

 

July 22nd through July 24th, 2006,

Weber State University 2nd Annual Faculty Forum Poster Presentation: Use Art to Teach Nursing Theory and

Oral Presentation: Editor Panel: Publishing in Scholarly Journals and Books

 

March 2, 2006

Weber State University 7th Annual Diversity Conference : Influence of Wealth on Health

 

October 6th and 7th, 2005

16th Annual Nurse Educators Conference in the Rockies (International): Use Art to Teach Nursing Theory

 

July 21st through July 23rd, 2005,

3rd Annual Regional National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA) Young/New Investigators Symposium: Blood Exposure in Home Visiting Nurses

 

April 2005

19th Annual Western Institute of Nursing Assembly: 21st Century PhD Programming: Online and Nursing Education Focused

 

April 2005

1st Annual Faculty Forum, Weber State University: Blood Exposure in Home Visiting Nurses

 

February 24th, 2005

Podium Presentation at the Regional NORA (National Occupational Research Agenda) conference, results of a national study: "An Exploratory Study of Nurse Bag Use by Home Visiting Nurses."

 

April 15, 2004

Podium Presentation at the Regional NORA (National Occupational Research Agenda) conference, results of a national study: “An Exploratory Study of Motor Vehicle Use in Home Visiting Nurses.”

 

June 12, 2003

Half-day seminar entitled “Effective Ergonomic Teaching for Positive Client Outcomes” (see article published in AAOHN Journal in July 2001) American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC) convention

 

April 2002

2 hour presentation entitled “Ergonomic Concerns in Home Healthcare” Utah Occupational Health Conference

 

October 2001

2 hour presentation entitled “Ergonomic Concerns in Home Healthcare” Utah Occupational Safety and Health Administration agency-wide training day in Salt Lake City, Utah

 

November 2000

 

3 hour presentation “Pain management and effective documentation in the home care setting” Utah Hospice Organization’s annual convention

November 1999

Non-Referred Presentations

Invited Presentations

Caring Science, Mindful Practice continuing education workshop presented to Social workers in the Utah Department of Human Services, Child Protection Division. 

 

March 13, 2015

2009 Technology Symposium:

Teaching with Technology: Caring Online

 

April 9, 2009

 

4th Annual Sigma Theta Tau Regional Conference: Caring Online

 

October 25, 2008

Description

Dates

International Congress of Nursing: “Humanisation(sic) as the Essence of Care from Training to Practice Nursing” in Lima, Peru:

Keynote: “Caring Communication for the Digital World” (Original Research)

Teaching Intensive: “Introduction to Caring Science, Mindful Practice” (Based on my textbook co-authored with Jean Watson “Caring Science, Mindful Practice: Implementing Watson’s Human Caring Theory”

Original Research Presentation: “Creating a Global Community of Learners: Caring Science, Mindful Practice Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)”

November 2016

 

Consultations

Special Projects/Faculty Development

Research Activities

  • Principal Investigator for a study entitled Learner Outcomes Related to Two Training Courses about Conveying and Sustaining Caring Online.  2015-2018. Ongoing.
  • Principal Investigator for a study entitled Student Attributes, Needs, and Experiences in a Caring Science Open Online Course. 2015-2016. Study publications include:
    • Hebdon, M., Clayton, M., Sitzman, K. (2016). Caring intention transformation in an interprofessional massive open online course. International Journal for Human Caring, 20(4), in press.
    • Sitzman, K., Sandry, A., Chan, S. (2016). Creating a global community of learners: Caring science, mindful practice massive open online course (MOOC). Nursing Education Perspectives, in the process of peer review.
  • Principal Investigator for a study entitled What Student Cues Prompt Online Instructors to Engage in Caring Interventions?  2014-2015. Study publications include:
    • Sitzman, K. (2015).  Sense, connect, facilitate: Nurse educator experiences of caring online through Watson's Lens. International Journal for Human Caring, 19(3), 25-29.
    • Sitzman, K. (2015). What student cues prompt online instructors to offer caring interventions? Nursing Education Perspectives, 37(2), 61-71.
    • Sitzman, K. (2016). Mindful communication for caring online. Advances in Nursing Science (ANS), 39(1), 38-47.
  • Principal Investigator for an exploratory retrospective study related to why Weber State University undergraduate students enter the Bachelor of Integrated Studies Program 2008-2009. Study publication:
    • Sitzman, K. (2010). Factors that lead students to interdisciplinary studies. The Association for Interdisciplinary Studies Newsletter, May 2010).
  • Principal Investigator for a multi-site study to further-explore caring online in baccalaureate level nursing classrooms 2006-2007. Study publication:
    • Sitzman, K. (2010) Twelve Student-Preferred Caring Behaviors for Online Instructors. Nursing Education Perspectives, 31(3), 171-178.
  • Co-investigator for an exploratory study addressing concerns related to nursing preceptors for nursing students in university settings 2005-2006. Study publication:
    • Leners, D., Sitzman,K., Hessler, K. (2006). Perceptions of nursing student clinical placement experiences. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 3(1), 1-17.
  • Principal Investigator for a qualitative study exploring graduate level nursing student perceptions of caring online, 2005- 2006. Study publication:
    • Leners, D. & Sitzman, K. (2006). Graduate student perceptions: Feeling the passion of caring online. Nursing Education Perspectives, 27(6), 315-319.
  • Principal Investigator for a qualitative study exploring baccalaureate level nursing student perceptions of caring online 2005- 2006. Study publication:
    • Sitzman, K., & Leners, D.  (2006). BSN student perceptions of caring online. Nursing Education Perspectives, 27(5), 254-259.
  • Co-investigator for 3-year National Institute of Health study regarding blood borne pathogen exposure in home visiting nurses 2004-2007. Study publications:
    • Sitzman, K. & Leiss, J. (2009). Documentation of incidental factors affecting the home healthcare work environment. Home Healthcare Nurse, 27(9), 516-521.
    • Leiss, J.K., Lyden, J. T., Mathews, R., Sitzman, K. L., Vanderpuiji, A., Mav, D., Kendra, M.A., Klein, C., Humphrey, C. J. (2009). Blood exposure incidence rates from the North Carolina study of home care and hospice nurses. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, (52), 99-104.
  • Principal Investigator for a national survey entitled "Motor Vehicle Use by Home Visiting Nurses, 2001-2002. Study publications:
    • Sitzman, K., Pett, M., Bloswick, D. (2002). An exploratory study of motor vehicle use in home visiting nurses. Home Healthcare Nurse Journal, 20(12), 784-793.
    • Sitzman, K. (2002). An exploratory study of motor vehicle use in home visiting nurses (reprint). American Association of Occupational Health Nurses Journal, 50(12), 553-558.
  • Principal Investigator for a national survey entitled "An Exploratory Study of Nurse Bag Use by Home Visiting Nurses, 2001-2002. Study publication:
    • Sitzman, K., Pett, M., Bloswick, D. (2002). An exploratory study of nurse bag utilization in home visiting nurses. Home Healthcare Nurse Journal, 20(4), 237-243.
  • Principal Investigator for a qualitative study entitled "Effective Ergonomic Interventions for Positive Client Outcomes," 2000-2001. Study publication:
    • Sitzman, K. (2001). Effective ergonomic teaching for positive client outcomes. American Association of Occupational Health Nurses Journal, 49(7), 329-335.
  • Qualitative Inter-coder Reliability Consultant for the Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence, research study entitled: “The Value of Nurse Involvement in Decision Making: Giving Nurses’ Voice,” 2010.

Courses Taught

NURS 4906 Community Health Nursing

Online

2015-present

NURS 4902 Professional Communication

 

Online

2015-present

NURS 4903 Critical Thinking

Online

2014-present

 

NURS 4908 RN-BSN Capstone

 

Online

2014-present

NURS 4430 Systems, Complex Health Issues, and Nursing

 

Online

2014-present

NURS 4905 Nursing in a Global Society

 

Online

2014-present

NURS 3271 Concept Integration Lab (1 credit) 16 students per section, face to face instruction. Instruction in first semester nursing skills to students in a simulation lab setting.

 

Face to face

2013-present

NURS 3081 Selected Topics in Nursing (3 credits) 12 students per section, face to face instruction. Literature review and preparation for BSN capstone project.

 

Face to face

2013

BIS 3800 Capstone Preparation (1 credit) 15-22 students per section, online course delivery. I substantially revised this course in 2008-2009.

 

Weber State University

Online

2008-2012

BIS 4800 Capstone (3 credits) Widely variable number of students 1-8 per section, face-to-face instruction and online

 

Weber State University

Face to face & Online

2008-2012

BIS 3850 BIS Internship (3 credits) Widely variable number of students, 1-8 Face-to-face instruction

 

Weber State University

Online

2008-2012

MSN 6100 Research Methods (3 credits) 10-15 students per section, Hybrid/Blended Course Delivery. I created this course for the new MSN program in 2007-2008.

 

Weber State University

Hybrid

2008-2012

MSN 6500 Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Education (3 credits) 10-15 students per section, Hybrid/Blended Course Delivery. I created this course for the new MSN program in 2007-2008.

 

Weber State University

Hybrid

2008-2012

MSN 6520 Curriculum Development for Nurse Educators (3 credits) 10-15 students per section, Hybrid/Blended Course Delivery. I created this course for the new MSN program in 2007-2008.

 

Weber State University

Hybrid

2009-2012

MSN 6540 Measurement of Competency and Outcomes in Nursing Education (3 credits) 10-15 students per section, Hybrid/Blended Course Delivery. I created this course for the new MSN program in 2007-2008.

 

Weber State University

Hybrid

2009-2012

MSN 6600 Nursing Instruction in Higher Education and Community Settings (3 credits) 10-15 students per section, Hybrid/Blended Course Delivery. I created this course for the new MSN program in 2007-2008.

 

Weber State University

Hybrid

2009-2012

Community Health Nursing: This 3 credit course, with number of students per section ranging from 20-30, explores community health nursing scope of practice through classroom instruction and clinical rotations.

 

Weber State University

Online and on campus

 

2005 to 2007

Pharmacology (Nursing): This 2 credit course with approximately 50 students per section presents an overview of pharmacological interventions administered by registered nurses.

 

University of Utah

On campus

 

2001

Medical Surgical Clinical: This is conducted in a nursing clinical area of practice. I closely supervised 10-12 nursing students per section in a hospital setting to teach hands-on nursing skills.

 

Weber State University

In the hospital

2002

 

N2050 Treatment Modalities II (Nursing Pharmacology): This 2 credit course, with number of students per section ranging from 20-34, presents an overview of advanced pharmacological interventions for registered nurses. Alternative therapies and radiation treatments are also covered.

 

Weber State University

On campus

2002-2003

N4041 Management Clinical: 10-12 students per section are supervised during management clinical rotations. Each student chooses their own clinical placements, so supervision takes place using a variety of methods and venues and is individualized according to each student's preferences.

Weber State University

Online

2002

N4021 Community Health Clinical: 10-12 nursing students per section are supervised during community health clinical rotations. Supervision takes place in a variety of community-based venues.

 

Weber State University

On campus

2003

N4830 Directed Readings: 1-10 students per section choose scholarly projects to complete for 1, 2, or 3 credits. Supervision for each student is individualized according to the student's choices for project and credit load.

 

Weber State University

On campus

2002

N3010 Nursing History and Theory: This 2 credit course with 12-30 students per section, presents and overview of nursing history and theory in a classroom setting. I substantially revised this course in 2004.

 

Weber State University

Online and Blended

2002-2007

N3020 Nursing Research: This 2 credit course with 12-30 students per section presents an overview of nursing research, and also thoroughly explores reading and critiquing research reports with the health professions discipline. I substantially revised this course in 2003.

 

Weber State University

Online and on-campus

2002-2006

N4800 Guided Research: 1-10 students per section explore research based content for1, 2, or 3 credits. Supervision for each student is individualized according to the student's credit load. I substantially revised this course in 2003.

 

Weber State University

Online

2003-2006

N4840 Honor's Seminar in Nursing: 1-10 students per section choose scholarly projects to complete for 3 credits. Supervision for each student is individualized according to the student's choice of project. I created this course in 2003-2004.

 

Weber State University

Online

2004-2006

N4900 Senior Seminar: Integration of Professional Concepts: 12-35 students per section learn about the concept of professional caring in nursing, then apply any one of several caring concepts to the workplace. The class culminates with each student writing a formal paper on the completed project and presenting an overview to peers in the class. I substantially revised this course in 2005.

Weber State University

Blended

2005-2008

Dissertation Committees

DNP Project Committees

Special Assignments/Faculty Development

Service

·         Membership and office holdings in professional organizations:

o   American Academy of Nursing (member 2016-present, member of the AAN Theory Guided Practice Expert Panel)

o   International Association for Human Caring (member, assistant journal editor for the International Journal for Human Caring, and elected officer/board member 2015-present).)

o   National League for Nursing (member, national executive editorail board for Nursing Education Perspectives--the official journal of the NLN)

o   American Nurses Association (member)

o   North Carolina Nurses Association (member, current awards committee member)

o   Sigma Theta Tau (member) 

·         Service at the National Level:

o   Invited Editorial Board Member for Nursing Education Perspectives, the official journal of the National League for Nursing from 2015- present.

o   Assistant Editor International Journal for Human Caring, peer-reviewed, nursing journal 2009-present.

o   Theory Guided Practice Expert Panel for the American Academy of Nursing

o   Peer Review Board for the International Journal of Human Caring April 2007-present.

o   Peer review board for Nursing Education Perspectives, the official journal of the National League for Nursing from 2006-present.

o   Home Healthcare Nurse Journal Editorial Board Member from 2000 through 2005 and 2009 – 2010

o   Columnist for AAOHN Journal 1999-2006

o   Columnist for Home Healthcare Nurse Journal 1997-2006

Service Learning Activities

Special Projects

Honors and Awards

Induction as a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN)

Induction as a Fellow in the Academy of Nursing Education, National League for Nursing (ANEF).

 

 

2016

 

2015

American Journal of Nursing 2009 Book of the Year Award for my coauthored textbook: “A History of American Nursing: Trends and Eras”

 

2010

 

Honors for Nursing, University of Utah

 

 

2007

 

International Association for Human Caring Jean Watson Award for outstanding scholarship in caring science

 

 

2007

 

Weber State University George and Beth Lowe Innovative Teaching Award.

 

 

 2006

 

Weber State University Nursing “Faculty Spotlight” honoring excellence in teaching and scholarship.

 

 

 

2006

Featured outstanding nursing faculty member in the National League for Nursing’s Official Journal “Nursing Education Perspectives” Vol.27(1), p. 8-9

 

 

 

2006

Spirit of the American Woman Award, Davis/Weber County, State of Utah, for local, state, and national nursing contributions.

 

 

2003-2004

Outstanding Master’s Scholar

University of Utah, College of Nursing

 

 

 

2000-2001

National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Fellowship

Award included full payment of graduate school expenses in addition to a monthly stipend totaling approximately $40,000.00.

 

1999-2001