Past Grant Recipients

2016 - Three Recipients

Beth Burbach
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Title: Examining the Impact of Facilitation Method in Simulation on Learning, Retention, and Performance

Christy Dubert
Georgia Southern University
Title: A Mixed Methods Investigation Exploring the Use and Perception of Screen-based Simulation for Improving Communication Skills of Nursing Students

Carman Turkelson
Beaumont Health System Royal Oak
Title: Using Virtual Simulation & Deliberate Practice To Promote Interprofessional Communication and Teamwork in Healthcare Professions Education

2015 - Two Recipients

Desiree Diaz, PhD, 
University of Central Florida
Title: Mobile TeamSTEPPS (AHRQ, 2006) and simulation training intervention to improve healthcare worker education and communication in a correctional health environment 

Marie Gilbert, PhD, & Katie Adamson, PhD, & Sue Prion, PhD 
California State University, Fresno
Title: Assessing the reliability of the Team Behavior Assessment Tool for Entry Level Nurses (TBAT-ELN) and the congruence between a quantitative and qualitative assessment scale 

2013 - Three Recipients

Lynn Phillips, PhDc, MSN, RN, CNS
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO
Title: Undergraduate Nursing Student Situation Awareness during Simulation

Arleigh Bell, MN, MAED, RN
Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Langley, British Columbia, Canada
Title: The Effects of a Deliberate Practice Debriefing Model During a Response to Rescue High Fidelity Patient Simulation

Margaret Fink, EdD, RN
Dominican University, San Rafael, CA
Title: Using Standardized Patients to Teach and Evaluate Spiritual Care for Patients at the End of Life

2012  - Four Recipients

Susan Gross Forneris, PhD, RN
St. Catherine University
Title: Enhancing Clinical Reasoning: Teaching Thinking through Debriefing

Mary Fey, PhD, RN
University of Maryland School of Nursing, Baltimore, MD
Title: Learning through Debriefing: Undergraduate Nursing Students’ Perspectives

Heather Carter-Templeton, PhD, RN-BC
The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
Title: Student Nurses’ Use of Mobile Devices for Decision Making within a Clinical Simulation Lab

Cynthia M. LaFond, PhD, RN, CCRN
University of Chicago Medicine, Chicago, IL
Title: Children's Pain: PICU Nurses' Beliefs and Responses to Virtual Human Vignettes

2011  - Three Recipients

Marycarol Rossignol, PhD, RN, CNL
Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ  
Title: Impact of Video-assisted Feedback on Anxiety and Competence

Catherine Jean Morse, PhD, RN, CCRN, CRNP-BC
Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
Title: The Effect of Debriefing with Good Judgment on Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Students’ Reflective Ability and Perspective Transformation

Tera Richardson Kirkman, PhD, RN
University of North Alabama College of Nursing and Allied Health, Florence, AL
Title: The Effectiveness of Human Patient Simulation on Baccalaureate Nursing Students’ Transfer of Learning

2010 - Three Recipients

Betsy Guimond, RN, WHNP-BC, MN
College of Nursing, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
Title: Evaluation of a Simulation-Enhanced Obstetric Clinical Experience on Learning Outcomes for Knowledge, Self-efficacy, and Transfer

Amy L. Jones, EdD, RN
South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD
Title: Assessing Nursing Students’ Clinical judgment Through Simulated Learning

Susan Pauly-O'Neill, DNP, PNP
University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Title: Comparison of Student Experience with “Significant Acute Changes in Patient Condition” during both Pediatric Simulation and Pediatric Acute Care Hospital Rotations

2009 - Three Recipients

Kristina Thomas Dreifuerst PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, CNE
Indiana University School of Nursing, Indianapolis, IN
Faculty Member University of Wisconsin School of Nursing and School of Medicine
Title: Using the Debriefing for Meaningful Learning (DML) Method of Debriefing Simulation Experiences

Beth Fentress Hallmark, PhD, RN
Gordon E Inman College of Health Sciences and Nursing, Belmont University, Nashville, TN
Title: The Relationship between Faculty Training on Debriefing and Students’ Learning Achievement, Reflective Thinking, Learning Style and Student Feelings about Debriefing

Kristen D. Zulkosky M.S.N., R.N., C.C.R.N.
Lancaster General College of Nursing and Health Science, Division of Nursing, Lancaster, PA
Title: The Impact of Debriefing Following Recorded High Fidelity Simulation Scenarios on Knowledge Acquisition, Self-Confidence and Satisfaction: A Quasi-Experimental Study

2008 - Two Recipients

Susan Prion, EdD, RN & Judith Lambton, EdD, RN
University of San Francisco
Title: Simulation as an Effective Method for Teaching the Clinical Nurse Leader Role

Libby Archer, EdD, RN
Baptist College of Health Sciences, Memphis, TN
Title: Impact of Simulation on Learning: Differences in Self-reports of Learning Progress Depending on Timing of Simulation