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Jenny Alderden Celebrates the Publication of Her Manuscript to the American Journal of Critical Care

Jenny Alderden, assistant professor in the School of Nursing, recently had her manuscript, “Predicting Pressure Injury Among Critical Care Patients: A Machine Learning Model”, published to the highly regarded health care journal, American Journal of Critical Care (AJCC). The purpose … (Read More) Jenny Alderden Celebrates the Publication of Her Manuscript to the American Journal of Critical Care

Family Surprises Lonny Ashworth with Endowed Scholarship at Respiratory Care Celebration

On Friday, Oct. 26, the Boise State Stueckle Sky Center Skyline Room filled with Boise State respiratory care alumni, faculty, staff, and friends in celebration of National Respiratory Care Week for the third Respiratory Care Alumni and Friends Celebration. The … (Read More) Family Surprises Lonny Ashworth with Endowed Scholarship at Respiratory Care Celebration

Nursing Faculty and Student Celebrate the Publication of Their Manuscript

Cara Gallegos, assistant professor for the School of Nursing; Pamela Gehrke, associate professor; and Hannah Nakashima, undergraduate nursing student, are celebrating the publication of their manuscript, “Can Mobile Devices be Used as an Active Learning Strategy? Student Perceptions of Mobile … (Read More) Nursing Faculty and Student Celebrate the Publication of Their Manuscript

Karen Breitkreuz Celebrates the Publication of Her Manuscript to the Journal Nurse Educator

Karen Breitkreuz, associate professor for the School of Nursing, is celebrating the publication of a manuscript that she co-authored. “Evaluating the Usability of a Second-Generation Virtual Reality (VR) Game for Refreshing Sterile Urinary Catheterization Skills” has been published to the … (Read More) Karen Breitkreuz Celebrates the Publication of Her Manuscript to the Journal Nurse Educator

Jane Grassley Receives Institute of Translational Health Sciences Academics/Community Partnership Award

Jane Grassley, professor and Joanna “Jody” DeMeyer Endowed Chair for the School of Nursing, received the Institute of Translational Health Sciences (ITHS) Academics/Community Partnership Award for her project, “A Partnership with Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) to Prepare Mothers During … (Read More) Jane Grassley Receives Institute of Translational Health Sciences Academics/Community Partnership Award

Janet Willhaus Recently Became a Certified Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist

Janet Willhaus, assistant professor for the School of Nursing, recently became a Certified Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist (CHSOS) in addition to being a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE). In order to be eligible to receive a CHSOS certification, individuals must: … (Read More) Janet Willhaus Recently Became a Certified Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist

Samantha Davis Is the First Person Outside the School of Nursing to Become a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator

Samantha Davis, clinical assistant professor for the Department of Respiratory Care, recently became a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE). The certification is a credentialing program offered by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. Although several faculty members from the College … (Read More) Samantha Davis Is the First Person Outside the School of Nursing to Become a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator

Kelley Connor Wins Two Awards for her PhD Dissertation Research Project

Kelley Connor, associate professor for the School of Nursing, has recently won two nursing research awards, the De Sousa Award of Excellence for Dissertation Research and the Ruth O. McKibben Research Award, both from the University of Kansas Medical Center, … (Read More) Kelley Connor Wins Two Awards for her PhD Dissertation Research Project

Jayne Josephsen Celebrates Publication of Manuscript to the Clinical Simulation in Nursing Journal

Jayne Josephsen, associate professor for the School of Nursing, is celebrating the publication of her manuscript, “Cognitive Load Measurement, Worked-Out Modeling, and Simulation,” in the October 2018 peer reviewed journal Clinical Simulation in Nursing. For this project, Josephsen studied the … (Read More) Jayne Josephsen Celebrates Publication of Manuscript to the Clinical Simulation in Nursing Journal

Boise State Joins Study of Student Food and Housing Insecurity

Lillian Smith, associate professor and department head for the Department of Community and Environmental Health, and Lauren Oe, associate dean of  students, partnered with Student Affairs to lead an effort to study the prevalence of food and housing insecurity for … (Read More) Boise State Joins Study of Student Food and Housing Insecurity