Cultures of Stigma and the Workplace: A Meta-ethnography

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Robyn Flint

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Robyn Flint

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Todd Hastings, PhD, RN

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Todd Hastings

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I am a nurse educator working in a small college setting acting as faculty and teaching in both undergraduate and graduate programs. I have a specialty genre in psychiatric mental health nursing and am a strong supporter of mental health awareness promotion and studying both student and community attitudes toward people with mental illness.
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Barbara Kennedy, LCSW

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Barbara Kennedy

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Barbara Kennedy has taught in the College of Social Sciences at the University of Phoenix Online since 2006. Barbara earned her MSW from Washington University in St. Louis in 1993, and her LCSW in 1998. Her social work career has allowed her the opportunity to individuals of all ages and in a variety of settings, including child and family services, community mental health, public schools, veteran’s services, and hospice.
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Emily Moye, PhD

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Emily Moye

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7 years 5 months
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(678) 427-1918
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Publications: 
Exploring Processes of Change in Couple Relationship Education: Predictors of Change in Relationship Quality.
Examining changes in parenting in a diverse sample of relationship and marriage education participants.
Examining changes in parenting in a diverse sample of relationship and marriage education participants.
Professional Bio: 
Emily Moye (Skuban), PhD became interested in human behavior and early childhood during her first class in psychology as a freshman at Yale College. She went on to work prior to graduate school with two psychologists whose were conducting an epidemiological study of social-emotional development in early childhood. Prior to starting graduate school, she developed an interest in the trajectory of early behavior problems in young children, and understanding the prevalence of behavioral problems in preschool- and toddler-aged children. She obtained her doctoral degree in Clinical and Developmental Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh, where she worked on a longitudinal study of the development of antisocial behavior in high-risk, low-income children, as well as two other related longitudinal studies. For her Master’s thesis, she focused on understanding the relationship of parent-toddler synchrony on children’s emotion regulation and maternal nurturance in a sample of high-risk, low-income toddlers. The results of her Master’s Thesis were published in Infant Behavior and Development. During graduate school, she developed a keen interest for methodological design and statistics, and took a number of elective courses on topics including Structural Equation Modeling, Advanced Regression, Trajectory Analysis, and Growth Curve Analysis. Her dissertation focused on the bidirectional relationship between language delays and externalizing problems, and the moderating influence of emotion regulation and maternal nurturance on this relationship. As part of her clinical training, she worked in a Community Mental Health Center to the south of Atlanta, Georgia, where she worked with the low-income, chronically mentally ill population, of all ages. Working with that population led to an interest in the mental health needs and disparities of low-income and minority populations. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Auburn University in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Working with the large, statewide relationship and marriage education implementation study, Dr. Moye’s interest in understanding the public health and epidemiology of mental health, risk behaviors in childhood and youth, and the role of prevention and education programs grew. Later while working as an Assistant Research Professor and Performance Measurement Manager at Auburn University in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies as part of the Healthy Marriage Initiative, Dr. Moye developed interest in the benefits of healthy relationships on family structure, as well as sexual risk-taking in adolescence. Dr. Moye has collaborated on a number of scholarly papers and presentations on her areas of interest, and enjoys brainstorming with colleagues on topics of research design. She is currently working with colleagues at the University of Phoenix on a project focused on the benefits of the Semantic Web in higher-education ELearning, a project that is headed by Dr. Armando Paladino in the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research.
Degrees Completed: 
Bachelors Degree
Psychology
Yale University
1999
Masters Degree
Clinical and Developmental Psychology
University of Pittsburgh
2006
Doctoral Degree
Clinical and Developmental Psychology
University of Pittsburgh
2010
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Clinical Psychology Internship
The Clayton Center
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2009
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PhD
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Margaret Kroposki, PhD, RN

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Margaret Kroposki

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7 years 8 months
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(864) 360-2515
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Currently, I am member of a research teams within the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research (CEITR). Recently, our team explored how studio thinking framework could be used to shape immersive learning experiences using virtual reality and investigated the ethical aspects of designing virtual learning activities from the designer's perspective. In addition, the research team conducted a literature review to investigate how the quality and timeliness of feedback to faculty improves learning outcomes. Results of these studies have been presented at several conferences including the Knowledge Without Boundaries, Association of Education and Communication Technology and The Qualitative Report. 

Publications: 
Can completing a mental health nursing course change students' attitudes?
Correlation among Client Satisfaction, Nursing Perception of Outcomes, and Organizational Variables
Workplace Variables and Their Relationship to Quality Client Outcomes in Home Health
The Relationship of Organizational Variables and Patient Outcomes in a Home Healthcare Setting
Community Health Nursing Outcomes Inventory
Using a Management Perspective to Define and Measure Changes in Nursing Technology
Outcomes for Community Health Nursing Practice
Role Clarity, Organizational Commitment, and Job Satisfaction during Hospital Reengineering
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Can Completing a Mental Health Nursing Course Change Students' Attitudes?
Lived Experience of Nurses who Work with Electronic Health Records
Quantitative Evaluation of Variables to Student Success in a Mastery Learning Baccalaureate Nursing Programme
Studio thinking framework in higher education: Exploring options for shaping immersive experiences across virtual reality/augmented reality curricula
Ethical considerations in designing virtual and augmented reality products with students in mind: Designer's perspectives
University of Phoenix Courses: 
DOC/722
DOC/733
DOC/734
DOC/736A
DOC/737N
DOC/738N1
DOC/738N2
DOC/738N3
NUR/700
NUR/701
NUR/703
DOC/736N1
DOC/736N2
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Dr. Kroposki holds PhD and master's degrees in nursing from the University of South Carolina, a master's degree in business administration from Clemson University, and a bachelor's degree in nursing from Adelphi University. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International and the American Nurses Association. She currently teaches courses in nursing research for the College of Nursing and serves as a dissertation chair and committee member for the College of Doctoral Studies. Previously, she served as an associate degree nursing program administrator and assistant dean responsible for several health sciences programs. Her research interests include faculty recruitment, professional development, evaluation, and retention. She enjoys interacting with nursing students and others involved in health care in a supportive online environment.
Degrees Completed: 
Doctoral Degree
Nursing
University of South Carolina
2001
Masters Degree
Nursing Administration
University of South Carolina
1990
Masters Degree
Business Administration
Clemson University
1979
Bachelors Degree
Nursing
Adelphi University
1967
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Dissertation Chair
College of Doctoral Studies, University of Phoenix
Online Faculty
University of Phoenix
Academic Program Chair and Faculty
Honors and Awards: 
South Carolina Technical Education Association – Administrator/Manager/Educator of the Year Award 2011-2012
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2012
South Carolina Nurses Association Excellence in Nursing Education Award - 2005
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2005
Nominated for Dissertation Award at the National Nursing Administration Research Conference, Chapel Hill, NC - 2003
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2003
Outstanding Ph.D. Student 2001-2002, College of Nursing, University of South Carolina
Elizabeth Barnes Scholarship - South Carolina League for Nursing - 1996
President’s Award - South Carolina Nurses Association - 1994
Community Leader - Sigma Theta Tau, Gamma Mu Chapter -1992
Teacher of the Year - Greenville Technical College -1991
Honor Society of Evening Students - Adelphi University -1967
Graduated cum laude from Adelphi University - 1967
Clinical & Theory Award - Mary Immaculate Hospital School of Nursing -1964
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Mary Immaculate Hospital School of Nursing
Diploma in Nursing - 1964
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1964
Dissertation to Publication Workshop
University of Phoenix
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2021
GFM/CAM - College of Doctoral Studies, College of Nursing
University of Phoenix
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2021
Faculty Refresher
University of Phoenix
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2018
Faculty Involvement in Assessment Training
University of Phoenix
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2018
Creating an Engaged Online Classroom
University of Phoenix
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2018
Lessons Learned as a New Director of Advanced Practice Providers
American Nurses Association Center's Commission on Accreditation
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2020
Agility During a Pandemic: How to Transform and Elevate a Transition to Practice Program
American Nurses Association Center's Commission on Accreditation
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2020
Agility During a Pandemic: How to Transform and Elevate a Transition to Practice Program
American Nurses Association Center's Commission on Accreditation
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2020
Agility During a Pandemic: How to Transform and Elevate a Transition to Practice Program
American Nurses Association Center's Commission on Accreditation
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2020
Patient Care Outcomes - Does Bias Play a Role?
American Nurses Association Center's Commission on Accreditation
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2020
Creating an Safe, Inclusive and Diverse Learning Environment for Members of the Health Care Team
American Nurses Association Center's Commission on Accreditation
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2020
I Have Never Done This Before: Leading a COVID Field Hospital
American Nurses Association Center's Commission on Accreditation
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2020
Dismantling Disparities: Our Journey Toward Cultural Competence and Caring for Our Community
American Nurses Association Center's Commission on Accreditation
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2020
Nursing Research in a Magnet Environment: Options and Innovations
American Nurses Association Center's Commission on Accreditation
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2020
Credentialed Nurses Improving Healthcare Outcomes across Practice Domains
American Nurses Association Center's Commission on Accreditation
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2020
American Nurses Credentialing Center: A Framework for Nursing Excellence
American Nurses Association Center's Commission on Accreditation
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2020
2020 American Leadership Science in Nursing Virtual International Conference
American Nurses Association Center's Commission on Accreditation
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2020
Making Sence of the Senseless: Spiritual Care in an Uncertain World
Upstate Area Health Education Consortium
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2021
Virtual World Diabetes Day 2021
Upstate Area Health Education Consortium
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2021
Virtual Hope and Help for the Holidays
Upstate Area Health Education Consortium
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2021
Innovation in Health Care: The Role of Creativity, Design and Innovation in Nursing
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2021
Redefining Nursing - Reaffirming Our Practice: Introducing the Scope and Standards of Practice, Fourth Edition
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2021
Hello - Your Virtual Nurse Will See You Now
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2021
Confronting Racism: The Work Ahead for Nurses
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2021
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Louise Underdahl, PhD, MPA, MSLS

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Louise Underdahl

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7 years 10 months
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  • Center for Workplace Inclusion and Diversity Research - Generational Research Team - Collaborative research on managing millennials, under direction of Dr. Kimberly Underwood
  • Dissertation to Publication Workshop - August - December 2017:  Working with Dr. Glenda Vardy Dell, Dr. Michael Bennett, and Dr. Gwen Avington (SAS alumni) to draft journal-appropriate content from dissertation for submission to peer-revewed journals.
  • Dissertation to Publication Workshop - January - April 2018
  • Dissertation to Publication Workshop - August - December 2018  NOTE:  Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi, Chair of the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research was recognized in October at the 2018 Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) International Convention. The workshop received third place in the AECT Crystal Award category from the Division of Distance Learning (DDL) for the Dissertation to Publication workshop < https://research.phoenix.edu/news/research-chair-receive-award-associati... >.   The DDL-AECT Crystal Award was designed to recognize innovative and outstanding multimedia-based distance learning courses (online, CD-ROM/DVD or video-based) and distance learning projects (single modules, lessons, workshops, something less than an entire course). The workshop was nominated by Dr. David Proudfoot, a CEITR Senior Research Fellow and reviewer in the workshop. The application included Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi as the workshop developer and a committee of reviewers consisting of: Sandra Nunn, D.M; Louise Underdahl, Ph.D.; Elizabeth Johnston, Ed.D.; David Proudfoot, Ed.D.; Debbie-Ritter-Williams, Ph.D.; Patricia A. D'Urso, Ph.D.; Susan Ferebee, Ph.D.; and Jim Lane, Ed.D.
  • Experiences of Faculty and Graduates in Interprofessional Programs: A Phenomenological Study - Dr. Glenda Vardy Dell and Dr. Louise Underdahl - abstract submitted for peer review to 2018 AERA Annual Meeting, April 13 – April 17, 2018  in New York City, "The Dreams, Possibilities, and Necessity of Public Education." 
  • Catalyzing Cross-Generational Entrepreneurship to Foster Economic Growth, Employ Youth, and Optimize Retirees’ Experience - Collaborative research with Dr. Ron Leach, Dr. Ron Heuss, Dr. Matt Knight, and Elizabeth Isele, CEO, Global Institute for Experienced Entrepreneurship - Accepted for presentation at March 2018 conference, Washington DC - 6th International Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2018 <  http://www.academic-conferences.org/conferences/icie/
  • Do Then Learn - Collaborative research with Elizabeth Isele, Dr. Ron Leach, Dr. Matthew Knight, Dr. Ron Heuss, and Dr. Jean Perlman - submitted on May 16, 2018 to the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship 2019 Annual Conference - http://www.usasbe.org/?page=2019ConferenceHome
  • Evidence-Based Entrepreneurship:  Mobilizing Interdisciplinary Education Research - Collaborative research with Elizabeth Isele, Dr. Ron Leach, Dr. Matthew Knight, Dr. Ron Heuss, and Dr. Jean Perlman - submitted on June 10, 2018 to the 2019 American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting - http://www.aera.net/Events-Meetings/Annual-Meeting
  • Partnership with Elizabeth Isele and the Global Institute for Experienced Entrepreneurship (GIEE) < http://experieneurship.com/ > initiated on September 14, 2016 and currently considering project on senior entrepreneurship with The Chatham House:  Royal Institute of International Affairs
  • Stress Management Techniques Used by Faculty in the Asynchronous Learning Environment - Collaborative research with Dr. Mary Robbins, Dr. Barbara Kennedy, Dr. Holly Sawyer, and Dr. Kelechi Mezu
  • Best Practices Relating to Student Persistence, Motivation and Retention in Online MBA Programs - Collaborative research with Dr. Hilary
    Johnson-Lutz, Dr. Jennifer Schneider, and Dr. Sandra Sessoms-Penny
  • Creating Citizen Explorers from Non-Traditional Sectors to Accelerate U.S. Space Development© - Collaborative research with Dr. Richard Caldarola
  • Collaborative publication, "Associate Degree Nurses’ Attainment of Work-Based Competencies," submitted to Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, by Dr. LaRee Moody, Dr. Louise Underdahl, and Dr. Ronald Leach
  • Improving Medical Device Safety and Performance:  From Passive Reporting to Active Surveillance and Beyond - Collaborative research with Dr. Francine Nelson.  Acceptetd for publication by Management in Healthcare on 9/17/2018
  • Women Leaders Over 70 - Collaborative research with Dr. Lynne Devnew and Dr. Elizabeth Johnston, submitted on October 31, 2018 to the 2019 International Leadership Association 4th Women and Leadership Conference (June 16-19, 2019), Santa Cruz, CA < http://www.ila-net.org/WLC/WLC19-2/index.html >

 

Publications: 
Manipulative Monkeys: Research as Design
Millennial University: Today's learners - Tomorrow's leaders
Breast-health screening perceptions of Chinese Canadian immigrant women
Stealth Leadership Influences the Culture of Innovation
Improving Medical Device Safety and Performance: From Passive Reporting to Active Surveillance and Beyond
Synergizing Intergenerational Entrepreneurship: Formula for Economic Success?
Promoting Senior Entrepreneurs
A quantitative correlational study about patient identification errors and user perceptions of biometrics
Creating an Offboarding Process for the Retention of Intellectual Capital from External Educational Consultants
Reframing Physician Engagement: A Conceptual Analysis of Physician Resilience, Grit, and Retention
RN Hospital CEOs: Why So Few?
Interprofessional Education Adds Value to Professional Practice Programs
Antiepileptic Drug Adherence and Psychosocial Factors in Children: Is there a Connection?
Experiences of Faculty and Graduates in Interprofessional Programs: A Phenomenological Study
Dissertation to Publication: Building Scholar/Practitioner/Leaders
Promoting Psychic Equilibrium
Nursing students, caring attributes and opportunities for educators
Intellectual capital retention from education consultants offboarding process: A Delphi study
Introducing Gretheline Bolandrina - Mental Health Researcher
How Education Supports Entrepreneurial Empowerment
How education supports entrepreneurial empowerment
A phenomenological exploration of mediation models of transformative learning (WICS, SCM) in online for-profit universities.
Promoting Mental Health and Well-Being: The Mental Health First Aid Training Model
Supporting the Criminal Justice Officer: Mental Health First Aid Training
Systems collaboration and criminal justice: The Mental Health First Aid Training model.
Leadership Opportunities: Experiences of Hispanic and African American Women in West Texas
Realtor Creativity in the Digital Age
Research and scholarship enterprise: A vibrant community of colleagues.
Honoring Hackathon Jr. achievements
Transitions of care coordination framework for the post-acute management of chronic illness
Realtor Creativity in the Digital Age
Nursing students' contextual perspectives in a computer-aided simulated environment: A case study
Challenges in coordinating support systems for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Editorial Board Membership: 7/1/2020-6/30/2023
Reshaping Education Through Innovation: Aligning Curricula with Employer Needs
Expanding Biomedical Engineering Curricula to Include Medical Device Interoperability with Electronic Health Records.
University of Phoenix Courses: 
DHA/722
DHA/733
DOC/731R
DOC/733
DOC/734
DHA/723
DHA/724
DHA/712
DHA/732
DOC/722
SEM/700R
LDR/711A
RES/709
DOC/700
Professional Bio: 
I majored in English literature because it was recommended as the optimal foundation for a graduate degree in library science. I continued studies in public administration to prepare for an administrative career. During these years, I benefited from many inspiring professors who took time to serve as my docent and mentor. I wanted to give something back . . . to help others as these professors had helped me. But, after completing the PhD, I realized I needed wisdom and experience before I could teach or help anyone. In 1978, I began working for the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) as an Instant Person, defined as temporary office support for campus departments. I have enjoyed each and every moment of my time with UCLA, with administrative roles in University Extension, Internal Audit, Electrical Engineering, Business and Finance and UCLA Health Risk Management. To help others develop their talents and find their "calling" has been a lifelong goal and serving University of Phoenix is a dream come true. In my free time, I join my daughter as a Kidsave.org volunteer, work with my husband, serve as Vice President for UCLA Eta chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, and explore new horizons. The University of Phoenix helps all of us to fulfill Jack London's ambition "to live, not merely exist."
Degrees Completed: 
Doctoral Degree
Public Administration
University of Southern California
1988
Masters Degree
Public Administration
University of Southern California
1972
Masters Degree
Library Science
University of Southern California
1971
Bachelors Degree
English LIterature
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
1969
CITI Certification - 3/31/2019 - 3/30/2021
2018
Academic Appointments: 
Doctoral Instructor - ACCESS/PV
College of Doctoral Studies
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Vice President - Eta Chapter
April 2016 Certificate for Outstanding Contribution in Promoting Patient Safety With Medical Devices
MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
Year Awarded: 
2016
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CDRH Director's Special Citation as a member of the MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
March 2016 Certificate for Outstanding Contribution in Promoting Patient Safety With Medical Devices
MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
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2016
Additional Details: 
CDRH Director's Special Citation as a member of the MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
February 2016 Certificate for Outstanding Contribution in Promoting Patient Safety With Medical Devices
MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
Year Awarded: 
2016
Additional Details: 
CDRH Director's Special Citation as a member of the MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
November 2015 Certificate for Outstanding Contribution to Promoting Patient Safety with Medical Devices
MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
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2015
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CDRH Director's Special Citation as a member of the MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
CDRH Director's Special Citation as a member of the MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
August 2014 Certificate for Outstanding Contribution to Promoting Patient Safety with Medical Devices
Year Awarded: 
2014
September 2014 Certificate for Outstanding Contribution to Promoting Patient Safety with Medical Devices
Year Awarded: 
2014
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CDRH Director's Special Citation as a member of the MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
August 2010 Certificate for Outstanding Contribution to Promoting Patient Safety with Medical Devices
MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
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2010
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July 2016 Certificate for Outstanding Contribution in Promoting Patient Safety With Medical Devices
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CDRH Director's Special Citation as a member of the MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
MedSun Hospital Reporters Group
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2016
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CDRH Director's Special Citation as a member of the MedSun Hospital Reporters Group - Manufacturer Action
July 2016 Certificate for Outstanding Contribution in Promoting Patient Safety With Medical Devices
Year Awarded: 
2016
Additional Details: 
CDRH Director's Special Citation as a member of the MedSun Hospital Reporters Group - Device Recall
Faculty Excellence Award
Year Awarded: 
2018
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2018 Faculty Excellence Award
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Each year, we reach across the University for nominations for the Faculty Excellence Awards to recognize faculty who are committed to excellence in the classroom. Employees and faculty alike submit applications to acknowledge faculty who exemplify the values of the University in their dedication to students. This year, nominations were received for 248 faculty members. This year’s award recipients were hand-selected from this group by their School or College and the Executive Deans. Eight exceptional faculty were recognized for their contributions at the annual Faculty Excellence Awards, held Sept. 21-23 in Phoenix. The event, which included a keynote from Chief Strategy and Customer Officer, Ruth Veloria, and an awards ceremony hosted by University Provost, John Woods, PhD., provided recipients the opportunity to network with each other and connect with University leadership. 2018 Faculty Excellence Award Recipients Richard Bowman, School of Business Emma (Beth) Holland, School of Nursing Gillian Silver, School of Business Dr. Louise Underdahl, School of Advanced Studies Dr. Katherine (Kitty) Unthank, College of Humanities and Sciences, Social Sciences Dr. Tatiana Walsh, College of Information Systems and Technology Corlie Weber, College of Education Lisa White, College of Humanities and Sciences Experience some of the excitement by viewing the videos below. Celebration at Arizona Diamondbacks Stadium Dr. Louise Underdahl, School of Advanced Studies, Acceptance < https://multimedia.phoenix.edu/video/?v=293236571 >
Distinguished Service Award for Scholarly Leadership
Year Awarded: 
2019
Additional Details: 
Knowledge Without Boundaries Virtual Research Summit - June 10-14, 2019
Phoenix500
University of Phoenix
Year Awarded: 
2021
Professional Education: 
Chief Research Officer
Permanency and Safety: Model Approach to Partnership in Parenting (PS-MAPP)
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PhD, MPA, MSLS
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