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Staff & Faculty


Staff



Carmel Boger
Administrative Assistant                             Graduate and Second Degree Nursing Program
E-mail:  ciboger@salisbury.edu
Phone:   (410) 543-6420
Fax:       (410) 548-3313

Edith Hooke
Administrative Assistant    
Department of Nursing
E-mail: elhooke@salisbury.edu  
Phone:  (410) 543-6401
Fax:      (410) 548-3313

Jennifer Merrill
Instructional Designer    
Department of Nursing
E-mail: jlmerrill@salisbury.edu  
Phone:  DH(410) 543-6411
             TETC(410)-548-4765
Fax:      (410) 548-3313

 

 

 

Faculty


Erica Alessandrini, MSN, CRNP
Instructor

BS, Salisbury University                                                  MSN, Wilmington University

Areas of Expertise: Primary Care, Cardiology, College Health

Research Interests: Advanced Practice Nursing, College Health, Health Informatics 

E-mail: eaalessandrini@salisbury.edu

 

 


Kim Allen, MSN, RN
Lucy Tull Resource Lab Coordinator

BS, Salisbury University                                                  MSN, Johns Hopkins University

Areas of Expertise: Leadership / Management, Oncology, Adult Health

Research Interests: Instructional Delivery Methodology, Cost Containment Initiatives, Minimization of Caregiver Burden, Improved Oral Health Access and Delivery

E-mail: kdallen@salisbury.edu

 

 


Karen K. Badros, EdD, CRNP
Professor of Practice
Degrees:
 
BA, Medaille College
BS, D'Youville College
MS, State University of New York at Buffalo
Ed.D., University of Maryland College Park

 

Areas of Expertise: Health Assessment, Quantitative Research, Statistical analysis - SPSS

Research Interests: Evaluation of students, Indicators of student performance

E-mail: kkbadros@salisbury.edu

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Michele O. Bracken, Ph.D., RN
Assistant Professor

Degrees: 
BS, MS, Salisbury University                                    Ph.D., University of Maryland

 

Areas of Expertise: Adult Health, Women’s Health, Maternal/Newborn, Pediatrics, Qualitative Research, Intimate Partner Violence, Domestic Violence, Breast Cancer

Research Interests: Intimate Partner Violence, Domestic Violence, Breast Cancer, Women’s Health Issues

E-mail:  mobracken@salisbury.edu

Tina Brown Reid, EdD, RN
Associate Professor

Degrees: 
AA, WorWic Community College
BSN, MSN, EdD, Wilmington University

 

Areas of Expertise: Community Health, Mental Health

Research Interests: Women’s Health/Breast Health, Marginalized Populations, Mentoring, Program Evaluation, Fall Prevention in Older Adults

E-mail:  tpreid@salisbury.edu

Voncelia S. Brown, Ph.D., RN
Associate Professor
Degrees:
 
BS, MS, University of Maryland at Baltimore
PhD, University Maryland College Park

 

Areas of Expertise: Family Systems Theory, Community Health,  Environmental Health

Research Interests: Global health practices, Professional socialization, Depression awareness

E-mail:  vsbrown@salisbury.edu

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William T. Campbell, EdD, RN
Associate Professor                                                RN Coordinator
Degrees:
 
AA, BA, BSN, University of Delaware
MS, Salisbury University
EdD, University of Delaware

 

Areas of Expertise: Pediatrics, Pharmacology, History of Nursing, Civil War Medicine

Research Interests: Civil War Medicine & Nursing, Admissions/progression/retention in nursing education, Service learning/ community projects, Youth development

E-mail:  wtcampbell@salisbury.edu

Mary DiBartolo, Ph.D., RN, C,
Professor
Degrees:
 
BS, Towson State University
MBA, Salisbury University
Ph.D., University of Maryland, Baltimore

 

Areas of Expertise: Adult Health (Medical-Surgical Nsg), Quantitative Research, Gerontology, Dementia Care, Health Care Administration

Research Interests: Dementia care, Advance directives/EOL issues, Predictors of NCLEX success, Instructional Methods/Strategies

E-mail:  mcdibartolo@salisbury.edu

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Kayna Freda, MS, RN
Instructor
Degrees:
 
BS, MS,  Salisbury University

 

Areas of Expertise: Adult Health, Pre- and post-op care of adult, APA format

Research Interests: Writing abilities of nursing students, Preparation of students for nursing school, Surgical care, Genetic disorders, Interprofessional education

E-mail: kxfreda@salisbury.edu

 


Katherine Hinderer, Ph.D., RN, CCRN
Assistant Professor
Degrees: 

BS, University of Maryland  
MS, Wilmington University

Ph.D., University of Maryland

 

Areas of Expertise: Adult Health (Medical-Surgical Nsg), Adult Critical Care, End-of-life Care, Quantitative Research

Research Interests: End-of-Life decision-making, advance directives & related issues, Nurses’ experiences with patient loss, Nursing education, Interprofessional education

E-mail:  kahinderer@salisbury.edu

 


Judith M. Jarosinski, Ph.D., RN, CNE
Associate Professor
Degrees:
 
BS, University of Maryland                                              MS, Virginia Commonwealth University
PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University

 

Areas of Expertise: Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, Qualitative Research, Community Health

Research Interests: Schizophrenia and hallucinations, At-risk adolescent girls, Postpartum depression, Nursing education-service learning, Teaching strategies in simulated environments

E-mail:

 jmjarosinski@salisbury.edu

 


Michell Jordan, MSN, CNM
Instructor
Degrees:
 
MSN, Frontier Nursing University
Post-Master's FNP certificate, George Washington University

Areas of Expertise: Nurse-midwifery, Women's health, Maternal/Newborn, Labor and Delivery

Research Interests: Breast Cancer Risk Assessment and Prevention, Graduate nursing student experiece, Gender Bias in Midwifery

E-mail: 

mmjordan@salisbury.edu




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Rita J. Nutt, DNP, RN
Assistant Professor

Degrees: 
BSN, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
MSN, Wesley College                                                DNP, University of Maryland 

 

Areas of Expertise: Maternity, Pediatrics, Evidence-Based Practice

Research Interests: Pregnancy induced hypertension, Adolescent pregnancy,  Obesity in Pregnancy-risks and complications,Infertility, Childhood Obesity

E-mail:  rjnutt@salisbury.edu

 


Mary T. Parsons, EdD, CRNP
Associate Professor
                                     Director, Graduate and Second Degree Nursing Programs
Degrees: 
BASW, Salisbury University
BS, MS, Salisbury University
EdD, University of Delaware                     

Areas of Expertise: Adolescent Health, School-based Wellness Centers, STIs, Immunizations, Primary Care/NP Role-Retail clinics, Primary Care

Research Interests: Clinical grading rubrics, Simulation in nursing education, Alternative clinical for pediatrics, Graduate Nursing Curriculum Development, Doctor of Nursing Practice

E-mail:  mtparsons@salisbury.edu

Laurie A. Rockelli, Ph.D., RN, PMHCNS-BC
Assistant Professor

Degrees: 
BA, Salisbury University
BS, MS, Salisbury University
Ph.D., University of Maryland 

 

Areas of Expertise: Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, Community Health, Family Dynamics, Health Policy

Research Interests: Family coping and affective disorders, Use of standardized patients with nursing students

E-mail:  larockelli@salisbury.edu

 


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Lisa Seldomridge, Ph.D., RN
Professor                                                            Chair, Department of Nursing                 
Degrees:
 
BS, University of Delaware
MSN, University of Pennsylvania
Ph.D., University of Maryland

 

Areas of Expertise: Adult Health Care-Acute & Chronic, Leadership/Management, Simulations in Nursing Education, Quantitative Research

Research Interests: Critical thinking and clinical judgment; Predictors of NCLEX success; Simulations, alternative clinical experiences & development of clinical thinking; Evaluation of clinical performance & grade inflation; Development of new faculty

E-mail:   laseldomridge@salisbury.edu

 


Nancy Smith, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC
Instructor

ADN, Anne Arundel Community College                   BSN, MSN, Wilmington University                      

Areas of Expertise: NICU, Pediatric Acute Care, Pediatric Outpatient

Research Interests: Neonatal Hypoglycemia, Golden hour preterm infant care, late preterm infant, Childhood Obesity, Pediatric asthma management, ADHD, Neonatal and pediatric simulation

E-mail:  nmsmith@salisbury.edu

Catherine M. Walsh, Ph.D., RN
Professor of Practice
Degrees:
 
BA, Hobart College
BS, MS, Salisbury University
Ph.D., University of Maryland

 

Areas of Expertise: Quantitative Research, Research Ethics, Community Health, Wellness and Health Promotion

Research Interests: Grade inflation, Evaluation of clinical performance, Critical thinking measurement

E-mail:  cmwalsh@salisbury.edu

Debra A. Webster, EdD, RNBC, CNE
Associate Professor                                      Associate Chair, Department of Nursing
Degrees:

BS, MS, Salisbury University
EdD, Wilmington University
 

Areas of Expertise: Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing (ANCC certification), Leadership/Management, Academic Nursing Education (NLN certification)

Research Interests: Creative reflective teaching and other instructional strategies to promote learning, Empathy development, Use of standardized patients to teach communication skills in psychiatric nursing, Clinical evaluation tools

E-mail: dawebster@salisbury.edu

 


Jeff Willey, Ph.D, MSN, MEd, CNS, CLNC, RN
Assistant Professor
Acting Director, Graduate and Second Degree Programs
Degrees:
 
BS, Salisbury University
MEd, Salisbury University                                         MSN, University of Delaware
Ph.D, University of Phoenix
 

Areas of Expertise: Critical Care, Technology/Informatics, Legal Issues/Quality/Risk management

Research Interests: Technology in nursing, Use of eCare/eICU, Legal issues/Risk management in nursing/healthcare

E-mail: jawilley@salisbury.edu

 


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Dorothea E. Winter, Ph.D., RN
Professor
Degrees:
 
BS, University of Virginia
MS, University of Maryland at Baltimore
Ph.D., University of Maryland, Baltimore

 

Areas of Expertise: Adult Acute Care, Informatics, Leadership/Management

Research Interests: Use of computer technology by nurses, Computer literacy of nursing students, Computer literacy of nurses, Use of technology in nursing education

E-mail:  dmwinter@salisbury.edu