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Janet Willhaus – Nursing Workplace Stress

Workplace Incivility

This grant project used biological markers collaborative research project was designed to create and test a model health care system that focuses on value rather than the volume. As a co-investigator, Willhaus’ & Boise State’s evaluation efforts will focus on two of the seven SHIP goals. The first goal concerns finding ways to engage patients more directly with their own health in partnership with their primary health care team. The second complementary SHIP goal entails building a more robust health information system across the state.

 Funded:

Sigma Theta Tau International

Collaborations:

Co-investigators Dr. Cynthia Clark & Dr. Suzan Kardong-Edgren of Boise State University

Additional Information:

Willhaus’ research interests focus upon the science of teaching and learning, specifically through technology. Her research projects have included analysis of various aspects of the use of technology in distance learning and development of simulations to address end of life care and transition to practice issues. Her current focus is on the impact of cognitive load and learning in simulation.

Janet Willhaus

Principal Investigator:

Janet Willhaus, Ph.D, RN, CHSE

Contact Information:

JanetWillhaus@boisestate.edu