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Publications and Presentations

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals

  1. Hinderer, K., Joyner, R., Brown, V. (in press).  The Eastern Shore Collaborative for Interprofessional Education (ESCIPE): Implementation, impact, and lessos learned over five years. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
  2. Webster, D. & Jarosinski, J. (2017). A walk in my shoes: Using art to explore the lived experience of psychiatric-mental health standardized patients.  Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, 55(8), 39-47. doi:10.3928/02793695-20170627-02.
  3. Jarosinski, J. & Webster, D. (2016).  Acting with a purpose: Lived experiences of standardized patients portraying mental illnesses.  Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 12(2), 539-545. doi: 10.1016/j.ecns.2016.08.005.
  4. Pellinger, T.K., Pearce, C.B., Simmons, G.H., and Snitzer, J.L. (2017). Postexercise hemodynamics in patients with type 2 diabetes: Effect of exercise intensity and duration. Journal of Clinical Exercise Physiology, 6(1), 1-8.
  5. Hinderer, K.A., Jarosinski, J.M., Seldomridge, L.A., & Reid, T.P. (2016). From expert clinician to nurse educator: Outcomes of a faculty academy initiative. Nurse Educator, 41(4), 194-198. doi: 10.1097/NNE.0000000000000243.
  6. Hinderer, K., Klima, D., Truong, H., Rangel, A.G., Brown, V., Talley, W., Dougherty, P., & Joyner, R.L. (2016). Faculty perceptions, knowledge, and attitudes toward interprofessional education and practice. Journal of Allied Health, 45, e1-e4.
  7. Jarosinski, J. & Webster, D. (2016). Acting with a purpose: Lived experiences of standardize patients portraying mental illness. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 12(2), 539–545. doi: 10.1016/j.ecns.2016.08.005.
  8. Klima, D., Hinderer, K., Freda, K., Winter, D., & Joyner, R. (2014) Interprofessional collaboration between two rural institutions: A simulated teaching laboratory paradigm. Respiratory Care Education Annual, 23, 45-4.
  9. Hinderer, K., & Joyner, R., (2014). An interprofessional approach to undergraduate critical care education. Journal of Nursing Education, 53(3), S46-50.
  10. Webster, D., & DiBartolo, M. (2014). Using a standardized patient learning activity to teach baccalaureate nursing students about dementia care. Nurse Educator, 39(3), 103-104.
  11. Webster, D. (2014). Using standardized patients to teach therapeutic communication in psychiatric nursing. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 10(2), e81-e86.
  12. Webster, D. (2013). Promoting therapeutic communication and patient-centered care using standardized patients. The Journal of Nursing Education. 52(11), 645-648.
  13. Webster, D., Seldomridge, L., & Rockelli, L. (2012). Making it real: Using standardized patients to bring case studies to life. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 50(5), 36-41.

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Presentations at Regional, National, and International Conferences

  1. DiBartolo, M. & Webster, D. (2018). "Using a standardized patient experience to teach therapeautic communication skills in persons with dementia."  Association for Gerontology in Higher Education Conference. Atlanta, GA. (accepted)
  2. Webster, D., Willey, A., & Seldomridge, L. (2018).  Improving nursing students' knowledge and attitudes toward mental illness using standardized patients.  Sigma Theta Tau International Nurse Education Research Conference. Washington, DC. (accepted)
  3. Seldomridge, L. & Jarosinski, J. (2018).  Learning how to teach: Using simulations to prepare new clinical faculty.  Sigma Theta Tau International Nurse Education Research Conference. Washington, DC. (accepted)
  4. Webster, D., Willey, A., & Seldomridge, L. (2017).  Using standardized patients to improve nursing students' knowledge and attitudes towards mental illness.  Maryland Nurses Association Annual Convention. Baltimore, MD.
  5. Pearce, C.B., Schloemer, D.L., Seldomridge, L.A., Joyner, R.L. (2017). Not exactly EPIC, but pretty cool: A creative way to simulate an electronic health record. Mid-Atlantic Regional Human Patient Simulation Network. Wye Mills, MD.
  6. Pellinger, T.K., Pearce, C.B., Simmons, G.H. (2017). Influence of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation on clinical measures and functional capacity in patient with peripheral artery disease. The FASEB Journal, 31(1 Supplement), 1015.35. National Meeting of Experimental Biology. Boston, MA.
  7. Seldomridge L.A., Joyner R.L., Pearce C.B., Schloemer D.L. (2017). Blessed are the flexible: A multi-disciplinary approach to designing a simulation center. Human Patient Simulation Network World. Ponte Vedra Beach, FL.

  8. Nutt, R. (2016). Improving intimate partner violence (IPV) screening through the use of standardized patients. AWHONN National Convention. Dallas, TX.
  9. Pellinger, T., Pearce, C., & Simmons, G., (2016). Influence of acute lower limb heating on clinical measures and functional capacity in peripheral artery disease. The FASEB Journal, 30 (1 Supplement), 954.8. National Meeting of Experimental Biology. San Diego, CA.
  10. Reid, T., Hinderer, K., Seldomridge, L. & Jarosinski, J. (2016). Using simulation-based activities to prepare expert clinicians as adjunct nursing faculty. NETNEP 6th International Nurse Education Conference. Brisbane, Australia.
  11. Seldomridge, L.A., Jarosinski, J.M., Reid, T.P., & Hinderer, K.A., (2016). Eastern Shore Faculty Academy and Mentorship Initiative (ESFAMI): A hybrid experience to develop expert clinicians as clinical faculty. Maryland Action Coalition Summit. Baltimore, MD.
  12. Webster, D. & Jarosinski, J. (2016). Toolkits and standardized patient experiences: Developing core psychiatric nursing skills. 2016 EDU-SIM Transforming the Educational Landscape; Simulation, Innovation, and Technology. Clearwater, FL.
  13. Webster, D.A., Seldomridge, L.A. & Jarosinski, J.M. (2016).  Advancing education transformation: Toolkits and standardized patients to teach essential psychiatric mental health nursing skills. Maryland Action Coalition Summit. Baltimore, MD.
  14. Campbell, W T. (2015). Nursing Simulation: It’s not just for skills anymore. Leadership Poster Session presented at the 43rd Biennial Convention of Sigma Theta Tau International. Las Vegas, NV.
  15. Jarosinski, J., Reid, T., Hinderer, K. & Seldomridge, L. (2015). Developing expert clinicians into clinical faculty: A mentoring-teaching experience. Sigma Theta Tau International Research Congress. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  16. Nutt, R. (2015). Standardized patients enhance undergraduate nursing students’ intimate partner violence (IPV) screening skills.  AWHONN National Convention. Orlando, FL.
  17. Nutt, R. (2015). Student perceptions of a standardized patient experience to enhance intimate partner violence screening. S.T.O.R.K. Day. Christiana, DE.
  18. Nutt, R. (2015). The use of standardized patients to enhance undergraduate nursing students’ intimate partner violence (IPV) screening skills. AWHONN National Convention. Long Beach, CA.
  19. Seldomridge, L., Reid, T., Jarosinski, J. & Hinderer, K. (2015). Strategies for developing expert clinicians into clinical faculty: Lessons learned from a hybrid faculty academy experience. Sigma Theta Tau Biennial Convention. Las Vegas, NV.
  20. Webster, D.A. (2015). Toolkits and standardized patient experiences. Maryland Nurses Association Annual Conference. Linthicum, MD.
  21. DiBartolo, M. C., & Webster, D. A. (2014). Using a standardized patient experience to teach communication skills in dementia care. Alzheimer's Association International Conference; Copenhagen, Denmark.
  22. Hinderer, K., Guerra, A., Talley, W., Hogue, G.L., Joyner, R.L., Klima, D., Parker, D., Brown, V., Dougherty, P., Riker, G.,  & Truong, H. (2014). Our journey to interprofessionalism: The Eastern Shore Collaboration for Interprofessional Education (ESCIPE) experience. 2014 Fall IPEC Institute: Interprofessional Education: Building a Framework for Collaboration. Herndon, VA.
  23. Pellinger, T., Neighbors, C., & Snitzer, J. (2014). Systemic and lower limb hemodynamics following dynamic exercise in type 2 diabetics: Effects of exercise intensity and duration. National Meeting of Experimental Biology. San Diego, CA.
  24. Webster, D. (2014). Standardized patients in psychiatric nursing: Emphasizing quality patient-centered care and safety while teaching communication. Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) National Forum. Baltimore, MD.
  25. Hinderer, K., Reid, T., Jarosinski, J., & Seldomridge, L. (2013). Clinician to educator:  Integrating simulation in a hybrid continuing education course. 3rd Annual Teaching with Technology Conference - Salisbury University. Salisbury, MD.
  26. Webster, D. (2013). Patient and family centered care: A standardized patient experience in the mental health setting. Annual Conference for Quality and Safety Education for Nurse (QSEN). Atlanta, GA.
  27. Webster, D. (2013). Patient-centered care: A standardized patient experience in mental health. University of Maryland Educators Conference. Baltimore, MD.
  28. Hinderer, K. & Joyner R. L. (2012). Building our future: Multi-professional critical care education. NETNEP 2012 4th International Nurse Education Conference. Baltimore, MD.
  29. Joyner, R. L. & Hinderer, K. (2012). An initial experience with an undergraduate critical care course. 2012 American Thoracic Society International Conference. San Francisco, CA.
  30. Rockelli, L.A., & Webster, D.A. (2011). Lights, camera, action: Standardized patients and psychiatric nursing students. 22nd Annual Nurse Educators Conference in the Rockies. Beaver Run Resort, Breckenridge, CO.
  31. Webster, D., & Rockelli, L. (2011). An innovative approach to teaching communication and assessment skills: Using standardized patients to portray Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Association of Standardized Patient Educators (ASPE). Nashville, TN.
  32. Webster, D., Rockelli, L., & Seldomridge, L., (2011). Take One: Lessons learned from the implementation of a standardized patient experience for Psychiatric Nursing students. Association of Standardized Patient Educators (ASPE). Nashville, TN.
  33. Webster, D., Rockelli, L., & Seldomridge, L. (2011). Using standardized patients to teach communication skills. Association of Standardized Patient Educators (ASPE). Nashville, TN.

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