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Nicole Hall EdD, MBA, RN, CNE
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Publications and Presentations

Publications

Hall, N. (2017). Supporting nurses to speak up for patient safety. Doctoral Student Research Briefs School of Education Drexel University, 1(15), 1-4.

Hall, N., Mast, M. (2015). We want you: Nurse educators. A message for nursing academia in the U.S. Nurse Education in Practice, 15(5), 339-340. 

Hall, N. (2014). “Writing Assignment Linking QSEN competencies with a Perioperative Clinical Experience”Quality and Safety Education for Nurses. 

Hall, N., Chichester, M. (2014). How to succeed as an adjunct clinical nurse instructorNursing for Women’s Health, 18(4), 341-344.

Chichester, M., Hall, N.J., Wyatt, T.L., Pomilla, R. (2014). A cost-effective approach to simulation-based team training in obstetrics
Nursing for Women’s Health, 18(6).

Hall, N. (2012). My dear nursing studentDNA Reporter, 37(3), 10. 

Presentations

July 2017-Presenter at Sigma Theta Tau International Research Congress, "Supporting Nurses to Speak Up for Patient Safety Using Variables from an Employee Engagement Survey"

May 2017-Presenter for Drexel University Doctoral Student Colloquium, "Supporting Nurses to Speak Up for Patient Safety"

April 2017-Drexel University President's Award for Best 3MT "Speaking Up for Patient Safety"

April 2017-Presenter at Sigma Theta Tau/PRMC Lambda Eta Conference, "Supporting Nurses to Speak Up for Patient Safety Using an Employee Engagement Survey"

November 2016- Presenter at 2016 Global Education Conference, 7th
Annual “Studying Abroad and Its Broad Impact on Nursing Students in Diploma Programs”

November 2013 - Presenter at Sigma Theta Tau International 42nd Biennial
Convention “Simulation doesn’t have to be expensive: Moving forward with low-tech solutions”

November 2013 - Presenter at Alfred I. DuPont 8th Annual Nursing Research
Conference “Simulation doesn’t have to be expensive: Low-tech solutions”

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