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Professor & Chair at College of Nursing and Health Innovation

MARY ELIZABETH MANCINI, RN, PhD, NE-BC, FAHA, ANEF, FAAN

            Dr. Beth Mancini is Professor, Associate Dean and Chair for Undergraduate Nursing Programs at The University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation. She holds the Baylor Health Care System Professorship for Healthcare Research. Prior to moving to an academic role in 2004, Dr. Mancini held progressive management positions in the service sector including 18 years as Senior Vice President for Nursing Administration and Chief Nursing Officer.

            Dr. Mancini received a BSN from Rhode Island College, a Masters in Nursing Administration from The University of Rhode Island and a PhD in Public and Urban Affairs from The University of Texas at Arlington. In 1994, Dr. Mancini was inducted as a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing. In 2009, she was inducted as a Fellow of the American Heart Association. In 2011, she was inducted as a Fellow in the National League for Nursing’s Academy of Nurse Educators. During the 2012-2013 academic year Dr. Mancini was appointed a Visiting Scholar in Innovation and Simulation at The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. In 2013, Dr. Mancini was recognized with a Regent’s Outstanding Teaching Award from the University of Texas System.

            Dr. Mancini’s research interests include innovative educational strategies, interprofessional collaborative practice and the development of high performing healthcare teams through the use of simulation. Her simulation related activities include serving as President of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare; member of the Institute of Medicine’s Global Forum on Innovations in Health Professions Education and the Texas Team Advancing Health Through Nursing; past member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada’s Simulation Task Force, Sigma Theta Tau International’s Simulation and Emerging Technologies Content Advisory Group, and the World Health Organization’s Initiative on Training and Simulation and Patient Safety.

            Dr. Mancini has more than 90 publications to her credit and is a sought after speaker at local, national and international conferences on such topics as innovations in health professions education; simulation in healthcare; patient safety; teaching, retention and outcomes related to basic and advanced life support education; emergency and critical care nursing; and the transformative redesign of education.

The University of Texas at Arlington
Ph.D.
Public and Urban Affairs
University of Rhode Island
M.S.N.
Nursing Administration
Rhode Island College
B.S.N.
Rhode Island Junior College
A.D.N.
April 2012
Ongoing
Visiting Scholar in Simulation and Curriculum,
The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
August 2004
Ongoing
Professor & Chair
undergraduate nursing education, College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Office of the President, The University of Texas at Arlington
August 2004
Ongoing
Coordinator Nursing Cooperative Education Program
College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Office of the President, The University of Texas at Arlington
August 2004
Ongoing
Associate Dean
College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Office of the President, The University of Texas at Arlington
January 2012
January 2013
Visiting Professor in Innovation
The University of Pennsylvania
September 2014
Ongoing
Professional
University of Texas at Arlington Chapter, National Academy of Inventors
June 2013
Ongoing
Membership
Global Forum on Innovations in Health Profession Education, Institute of medicine (IOM)
January 2013
Ongoing
Membership
Society for Simulation in Healthcare
January 2012
Ongoing
Membership
Association of American Medical Colleges
June 2008
Ongoing
Membership
Simulation and Emerging Technologies Content Advisory Group
January 2012
January 2013
Membership
Society for Simulation in Health Care
January 2011
January 2012
Membership
Society for Simulation in Health Care
January 2009
June 2011
Membership
Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing
January 2009
January 2010
Membership
Simulation Task Force
January 2015
Category: Information Techonology/Social Media "Mastering Simulation: A Handbook for Success"  Beth Ulrich and Beth Mancini eds. was awarded third place

The most valuable texts of 2014, as chosen by AJN's panel of judges.

AJN, American Journal of Nursing:

January 2015 - Volume 115 - Issue 1 - p 66–69

doi: 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000459633.38162.7f

Feature Articles

Book awarded third place in the Information Technology/Social Media category

August 2013
Offered annually in recognition of faculty members at the nine academic and six health University of Texas System institutions who have demonstrated extraordinary classroom performance and innovation in undergraduate instruction, the Regents' Outstanding Teaching Awards are the Board of Regents' highest honor. With a monetary award of $25,000, the Regents' Outstanding Teaching Awards are among the largest in the nation for rewarding outstanding faculty performance. Given the depth and breadth of talent across the UT System, the awards program is likewise one of the nation's most competitive. Faculty members undergo a series of rigorous evaluations by students, peer faculty and external reviewers. The review panels consider a range of activities and criteria in their evaluations of a candidate's teaching performance, including classroom expertise, curricula quality, innovative course development and student learning outcomes. Established by the Board of Regents in 2008, the Regents' Outstanding Teaching Awards complement a wide range of Systemwide efforts that underscore the Board of Regents' commitment to ensuring the UT System is a place of intellectual exploration and discovery, educational excellence and unparalleled opportunity.
January 2013
Named as Visiting Professor in Innovation and Simulation, The University of Pennsylvainia School of Nursing
March 2014

A new simulation game aims to teach doctors and nurses how to work more collaboratively and avoid conflicts in order to prevent dangerous or sometimes fatal miscommunications.

Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing, Baylor Scott & White Health and University of Texas at Dallas have developed a video-game simulation that can teach doctors and nurses to work together--helping them avert tense situations in the real world by playing them out in the game.


 

March 2014

A video game simulation could be the solution to tense workplace relationships; increasing communication between employees and reducing medical errors

University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing, Baylor Scott & White Health, and UT Dallas have developed a gaming solution they claim will help workplace relations and improve patient care. The game uses simulations to teach its users how to avert tense situations in the real world. This increases positive interactions between co-workers and improves communication that could be critical when treating a patient.

September 2013

UT Arlington College of Nursing Associate Dean Beth Mancini is one of a dozen educators from across the United States who will be inducted later this year into the National League for Nursing’s Academy of Nursing Education. (ANEF)

October 2012

University of Texas at Arlington and Academic Partnerships have received the 2012 Star Award from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to recognize its online RN-to-BSN program.

UTA is one of only four schools in the state to receive this honor. 

April 2012

The U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has awarded almost $1 million to researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Nursing, Baylor Health Care System and the University of Texas at Dallas to study how physicians and nurses can improve their communication skills by participating in video game-like simulations.

Doctors and nurses will experience real-world situations and react in the virtual setting, allowing them to build communication skills and practice what they’ve learned.

The $969,604 award is a three-year grant.

April 2011

The U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality awarded nearly $1 million to researchers at The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Nursing, Baylor Health Care System and The University of Texas at Dallas to study how physicians and nurses can improve their communication skills by participating in engaging, video game-like simulations.

The project is a collaboration between the three organizations aimed at increasing patient safety.

November 1999
... call the UTA School of Nursing at 817-272-2776 or the Chair of the Great 100 Nurses Celebration Committee, Ms. Mary E. Mancini, at 214-590-8001. ...
November 1999
Nationally recognized nurse administrator Beth Mancini, RN, PhD, CNA, FAAN, ... The translated title reads "Mary Vaccaro demonstrates that the fresco ...
November 1999

A UT Arlington associate nursing dean is co-author of a new, nationally-noted paper that raises questions about the effectiveness of in-hospital use of automated external defibrillators, or AEDs. The findings from the research team that included UT Arlington professor Beth Mancini and other researchers say that while AEDs improve survival for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, similar use in a hospital setting does not lead to an improved rate of survival. The work is published in the Nov. 17, 2010 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, and is available online.

Dr. Mary E. "Beth" Mancini, RN, PhD, NE-BC, FAAN, , professor of nursing and associate dean for undergraduate programs at The University of Texas at Arlington School of Nursing, has been appointed to the World Alliance for Patient Safety, a part of the World Health Organization (WHO) initiative on training and simulation in patient safety.

Dr. Mancini will be a member of the alliance's training and simulation expert group, which is based at the Imperial College London's Technology for Patient Safety Program. The group will focus on technology and patient safety. The aim of the expert group is to identify and clarify the role and objectives of technology in improving patient safety both in the developed and developing world, and future directions (research, education, and implementation) for the World Alliance and Imperial College regarding technology for patient safety.

Arlington: June 2008

Dr. Beth Mancini, professor and associate dean for undergraduate nursing programs in The University of Texas at Arlington’s School of Nursing, has been appointed to the Baylor Health Care Research Professorship.

Established in August 2007, the $100,000 professorship will allow UT Arlington and Baylor Health Care System hospitals to collaborate on research regarding leadership development among nurses.

Specifically, Mancini will focus on strategies that help translate research into nursing practice with a special emphasis on developing nurse leaders at the managerial/supervisory level. She will hold the appointment for three years.

December 2013
Crediting MOOCS and MOOCs and Emerging Educational Models: Policy, Practice and Learning

Participated as a panel member: Crediting MOOCS and MOOCs and Emerging Educational Models: Policy, Practice and Learning

The 2013 Gates Foundation MOOC Research
Conference. December 5-6, 2013. Arlington, Texas. (Invited)

January 2013
Mentor at the 2013 International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research, and Education (INSPIRE) Annual Research Meeting

Mentor at the 2013
International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research, and
Education (INSPIRE) Annual Research Meeting: 
Knight, L. and Grabhart J. Improving Code Team Performance and Survival
Outcomes: Implementation of Pediatric Composite Resuscitation Training.
Orlando, Florida. January 26, 2013.

June 2012
One of 17 experts from around the world invited to participate in an Utstein-style conference to

One of 17 experts from around the world invited to participate in an Utstein-style conference to

develop the top five topics in healthcare simulation that will contribute to improved patient safety.

Funded by the Laerdal Foundation for Acute Medicine. Stavanger, Norway. June 2012.

A Comparative Analysis of Demongraphic and Academic Success Characteristics of 2,355 Online RN-to-BSN Students

Acadmic Partnership Research Grant award $5,000

At-Risk Student Tracking and Intervention in an Accelerated On-line BSN Program

April 2011 Site Principle Investigator: “At-Risk Student Tracking and Intervention in an Accelerated On-line BSN Program.” Mancini ME, Flores C, Cope L, & Ashwill J. Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. ($90,000)

Certifications/Fellows

RN

NE-BC

FAAN, FAHA, ANEF

Consultant

"Using 21st Century Technology and Innovations to Increase Simulation Capacity"

OR Nursing project - student externship grant

April 2011Site Principle Investigator: ”The impact of a summer operating room externship for nursing students.” Scott T, Mancini ME, & Woods S. HCA Cares Grants. (Subcontract to UTACON $25,000 to support participation of five UTACON students.)

Recognition Award best practice nursing education

July 2010Application Co-Author: “Nursing Education Performance Initiative Recognition Award For Best Practice In Undergraduate Nursing.” Aguilar D & Mancini ME. ($25,000 Award To UTACON Undergraduate Program)

Research Interests
  • Emergency and Critical Care Nursing
  • Resuscitation: Teaching and Retention
  • Patient safety
  • Simulation
Research Project: CPR current practices survey

April 2011Investigator: “In-hospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation: A national survey of current practices.” Edelson DP, Abella BS, Davis D, Hunt EA, & Mancini ME. Society of Hospital Medicine. ($75,000)

Research Project: Improving Physician & Nurse communication through serious gaming

April 2011Principle Investigator: “Improving physician and nurse communication with serious gaming.” Mancini ME, Zielke M, & Xiao Y. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. ($969,604)

”The impact of a summer operating room externship for nursing students.”
Jan. 2012 Site Principal Investigator: ”The impact of a summer operating room externship for nursing students.” Scott T, Mancini ME, and Woods S. HCA Cares Grants. (Renewal: Subcontract to UTACON $29,000 to support participation of six UTACON students.)
Resuscitation. 2014 Dec 18. pii: S0300-9572(14)00886-7. doi: 10.1016/j.resuscitation.2014.12.005. [Epub ahead of print] It's time to understand the dynamics of "Do Not Attempt Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation" orders. Mancini ME
Journal Article
Published
2014
Palaganas JC & Mancini ME. Interprofessional education using clinical simulations. In: Jeffries PR (2014). Clinical Simulations in Nursing Education: Advanced Concepts, Trends and Opportunities. Washington, DC: National League for Nursing.
Book Chapter
Published
2014
Adair D, Alman SW, Budzick D, Grisham LM, Mancini ME & Thackaberry AS. Many shades of MOOCs. Internet Learning. Spring 2014. 3(1). Epub: http://www.ipsonet.org/images/Westphalia_Press/Internet_Learning_Journal_2-2/3-1/5.%20Adair%20ILJ%203-1.pdf
Journal Article
Published
2014
Deborah Adair, Susan W. Alman, Danielle Budzick, Linda M. Grisham,Mary E. Mancini, A. Sasha Thackaberry; Many Shades of MOOC; Volume 3, Number 1, Spring 2014 Article 5 ©2014 Policy Studies Organization
Journal Article
Published
2014
Edelson DP, Yuen TC, Mancini ME, Davis DP, Hunt EA, Miller JA, & Abella BS. Hospital cardiac arrest resuscitation practice in the United States: A nationally representative survey. J Hosp Med. 2014 Feb 19. doi: 10.1002/jhm.2174. [Epub ahead of print]*
Journal Article
In-press
2014
Mancini ME. Simulation and Problem-Based Learning: A preface for 护理PBL-情景-模拟教程 (Nursing Tutorial on PBL-Situation-Simulation)Yaqing Zhang, ed. The People’s Medical Publishing House. China. 2014.
Journal Article
Published
2013
Phelan MP, Ornato JP, Peberdy MA, Hustey FM; American Heart Association's Get With The Guidelines-Resuscitation Investigators. Appropriate documentation of confirmation of endotracheal tube position and relationship to patient outcome from in-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. 2013 Jan;84(1):31-6. doi: 10.1016/j. Resuscitation. 2012 08.329. Epub 2012 Sep 1. PMID: 22947260* Named Investigator
Journal Article
Published
2013
Beth Ulrich & Beth Mancini, eds., Mastering Simulation: A Handbook for Success. Indianapolis, Sigma Theta Tau International
Book
Published
2013
Warren SA, Huszti E, Bradley SM, Chan PS, Bryson CL. Fitzpatrick AL, Nichol G; American Heart Association's Get With the Guidelines-Resuscitation (National Registry of CPR) Investigators, "Adrenaline dosing period and survival after in-hospital cardiac arrest: a retrospective review of prospectively collected data. Resuscitation, 2014 Mar;85(3):350-8. doi: 10.1016/j.resuscitation.2013.10.004l Epub 2013 Nov 16
Journal Article
Published
2013
Poster EC, Mancini ME & Ganji D. MOOCS and More: Expanding Online Access for Nurses. Educause Review Online. August 5, 2013. http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/moocs-and-more-expanding-online-access-nurses.
Journal Article
Published
2013
Hooper J, McEwen, M, and Mancini ME. A Regulatory Challenge: Creating a Metric for Quality RN-to-BSN Programs. Journal of Nursing Regulation. 2013 July;4(2): 34-38.
Journal Article
Published
2013
Meaney PA, Bobrow BJ, Mancini ME, Christenson J, de Caen AR, Bhanji F, Abella BS, Kleinman ME, Edelson DP, Berg RA, Aufderheide TP, Menon V, Leary M; on behalf of the CPR Quality Summit Investigators. CPR quality: Improving cardiac resuscitation outcomes both inside and outside the hospital: A consensus statement from the American Heart Association. June 25, 2013 e-published in advance of publication. Circulation. 2013;128. DOI: 10.1161/CIR.0b013e31829d8654.
Journal Article
Published
2012
Bradley SM, Huszti E, Warren SA, Merchant RM, Sayre MR, Nichol G. Duration of hospital participation in Get With the Guidelines-Resuscitation and survival from in-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. 2012 Mar 17. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 22429975* Named Investigator
Journal Article
Published
2012
Yang CW, Yen ZS, McGowan JE, Chen HC, Chiang WC, Mancini ME, Soar J, Lai MS, Ma MH. A Systematic Review of Retention of Adult Advanced Life Support Knowledge and Skills in Healthcare Providers. Resuscitation. 2012 Mar 2. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 22391016. Named Investigator
Journal Article
Published
2012
Merchant RM, Yang L, Becker LB, Berg RA, Nadkarni V, Nichol G, Carr BG, Mitra N, Bradley SM, Abella BS, Groeneveld PW; American Heart Association Get With the Guideline-Resuscitation Investigators. Variability in case-mix adjusted in-hospital cardiac arrest rates. Med Care. 2012 Feb;50(2):124-30. PMID: 22249921* Named Investigator
Journal Article
Published
2012
Carr GE, Yuen TC, McConville JF, Kress JP, VandenHoek TL, Hall JB, Edelson DP; American Heart Association's Get With the Guidelines-Resuscitation (National Registry of CPR) Investigators. Early cardiac arrest in patients hospitalized with pneumonia: A report from the American Heart Association's get with the Guidelines-Resuscitation Program. Chest. 2012 Jun;141(6):1528-36. Epub 2011 Dec 22. PMID: 22194592* Named Investigator
Journal Article
Published
2012
Chan PS, Spertus JA, Krumholz HM, Berg RA, Li Y, Sasson C, Nallamothu BK; Get With the Guidelines-Resuscitation Registry Investigators. A validated prediction tool for initial survivors of in-hospital cardiac arrest. Arch Intern Med. 2012 Jun 25;172(12):947-53. PMID: 22641228* Named Investigator
Journal Article
Published
2012
Goldberger ZD, Chan PS, Berg RA, Kronick SL, Cooke CR, Lu M, Banerjee M, Hayward RA, Krumholz HM, Nallamothu BK; American Heart Association Get With The Guidelines—Resuscitation (formerly National Registry of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) Investigators. Duration of resuscitation efforts and survival after in-hospital cardiac arrest: an observational study. Lancet. 2012 Oct 27;380(9852):1473-81. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(12)60862-9. Epub 2012 Sep 5. PMID: 22958912* Named Investigator
Journal Article
Published
2011
Working together, nurses can make a difference in resuscitation outcomes: An update on the American Heart Association's 2010 guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care Mary E. MANCINI Article first published online: 25 MAY 2011 Japan Journal of Nursing Science Volume 8, Issue 1, pages 7–10, June 2011.
Journal Article
Published
2011
Green A, Mancini ME, Flemming S, Bingle C, Jordan C, Kishi A, Fowler C, Thomas K, Sjoberg E, Walker S. Building academic capacity through statewide partnerships. J Prof Nurs. 2011 Nov;27(6):e51-7. PMID: 22142927
Journal Article
Published
2011
Mancini, M. Healthcare oganizations. In Yoder-Wise P. (Ed.) Leading and managing in nursing. 5th Edition. St. Louis: Elsevier. 2011.
Book Chapter
Published
2011
Mancini M. Understanding and designing organizational structures. In Yoder-Wise P. (Ed.) Leading and managing in nursing. 5th Edition. St. Louis. Elsevier. 2011
Book Chapter
Published
2011
Green A, Mancini ME, Flemming S, Bingle C, Jordan C, Kishi A, Fowler C, Thomas K, Sjoberg E, Walker S. Building academic capacity through statewide partnerships. J Prof Nurs. 2011 Nov;27(6):e51-7. PMID: 22142927.
Journal Article
Published
2010
Aggarwal, R., Mytton, O. T., Derbrew, M., Hananel, D., Heydenburg, M., Issenberg, B., MacAulay, C., Mancini, M. E., Morimoto, T., Soper, N., Ziv, A., & Reznick, R. (2010, August). Training and simulation for patient safety. Quality and Safety in Health Care, Suppl(2), 34-43.
Journal Article
Published
2010
Kardong-Edgren, S., Cason, C., Brennan, A., Reifsnider, E., Hummel, F., Mancini, M., & Griffin, C. (2010, September). Cultural competency of graduating BSN students. Nursing Education Perspectives, 31(5), 210-217.
Journal Article
Published
2010
Cason, C. L., Nelson, K., Hartman, V. L., Roye, J. L., & Mancini, M. E. (2010, January). “Improving Learning of Airway Management with Case-Based Computer Microsimulations.”. Clinical Simulation in Nursing., 6(1), e15-23.
Journal Article
Published
2010
Chan PS, Krumholz HM, Spertus JA, Jones PG, Cram P, Berg RA, Peberdy MA, Nadkarni V, Mancini ME, Nallamothy BK; for the American Heart Association National Registry of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (NRCPR) Investigators. Automated External Defibrillators and Survival After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest. JAMA. 2010;304(19):2129-2136. doi:10.1001/jama.2010.1576.*
Journal Article
Published
2010
Mancini ME, Soar J, Bhanji F, Billi JE, Dennett J, Finn J, Ma MH, Perkins GD, Rodgers DL, Hazinski MF, Jacobs I, Morley PT; Education, Implementation, and Teams Chapter Collaborators. Part 12: education, implementation, and teams: 2010 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science With Treatment Recommendations. Circulation. 2010 Oct 19;122(16 Suppl 2):S539-81.*
Journal Article
Published
2010
Billi JE, Shuster M, Bossaert L, de Caen AR, Deakin CD, Eigel B, Hazinski MF, Hickey RW, Jacobs I, Kleinman ME, Koster RW, Mancini ME, Montgomery WH, Morley PT, Morrison LJ, Munoz H, Nadkarni VM, Nolan JP, O'Connor RE, Perlman JM, Richmond S, Sayre MR, Soar J, Wyllie J, Zideman D; International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation; American Heart Association. Part 4: conflict of interest management before, during, and after the 2010 International Consensus Conference on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science With Treatment. Circulation. 2010 Oct 19;122(16 Suppl 2):S291-7.
Journal Article
Published
2010
Morley PT, Atkins DL, Billi JE, Bossaert L, Callaway CW, de Caen AR, Deakin CD, Eigel B, Hazinski MF, Hickey RW, Jacobs I, Kleinman ME, Koster RW, Mancini ME, Montgomery WH, Morrison LJ, Nadkarni VM, Nolan JP, O'Connor RE, Perlman JM, Sayre MR, Semenko TI, Shuster M, Soar J, Wyllie J, Zideman D. Part 3: evidence evaluation process: 2010 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science With Treatment Recommendations. Circulation. 2010 Oct 19;122(16 Suppl 2):S283-90.
Journal Article
Published
2010
Hazinski MF, Nolan JP, Billi JE, Böttiger BW, Bossaert L, de Caen AR, Deakin CD, Drajer S, Eigel B, Hickey RW, Jacobs I, Kleinman ME, Kloeck W, Koster RW, Lim SH, Mancini ME, Montgomery WH, Morley PT, Morrison LJ, Nadkarni VM, O'Connor RE, Okada K, Perlman JM, Sayre MR, Shuster M, Soar J, Sunde K, Travers AH, Wyllie J, Zideman D. Part 1: executive summary: 2010 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science With Treatment Recommendations. Circulation. 2010 Oct 19;122(16 Suppl 2):S250-75.
Journal Article
Published
2010
Bhanji F, Mancini ME, Sinz E, Rodgers DL, McNeil MA, Hoadley TA, Meeks RA, Hamilton MF, Meaney PA, Hunt EA, Nadkarni VM, Hazinski MF. Part 16: education, implementation, and teams: 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. Circulation. 2010 Nov 2;122(18 Suppl 3):S920-33.*
Journal Article
Published
2010
Morrison LJ, Kierzek G, Diekema DS, Sayre MR, Silvers SM, Idris AH, Mancini ME. Part 3: ethics: 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. Circulation. 2010 Nov 2;122(18 Suppl 3):S665-75.*
Journal Article
Published
2010
Nolan JP, Hazinski MF, Billi JE, Boettiger BW, Bossaert L, de Caen AR, Deakin CD, Drajer S, Eigel B, Hickey RW, Jacobs I, Kleinman ME, Kloeck W, Koster RW, Lim SH, Mancini ME, Montgomery WH, Morley PT, Morrison LJ, Nadkarni VM, O'Connor RE, Okada K, Perlman JM, Sayre MR, Shuster M, Soar J, Sunde K, Travers AH, Wyllie J, Zideman D. Part 1: Executive summary: 2010 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science With Treatment Recommendations. Resuscitation. 2010 Oct;81 Suppl 1:e1-25.
Journal Article
Published
2010
Soar J, Mancini ME, Bhanji F, Billi JE, Dennett J, Finn J, Ma MH, Perkins GD, Rodgers DL, Hazinski MF, Jacobs I, Morley PT; Education, Implementation, and Teams Chapter Collaborators. Part 12: Education, implementation, and teams: 2010 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science with Treatment Recommendations. Resuscitation. 2010 Oct;81 Suppl 1:e288-330.*
Journal Article
Published
2010
Shuster M, Billi JE, Bossaert L, de Caen AR, Deakin CD, Eigel B, Hazinski MF, Hickey RW, Jacobs I, Kleinman ME, Koster RW, Mancini ME, Montgomery WH, Morley PT, Morrison LJ, Munoz H, Nadkarni VM, Nolan JP, O'Connor RE, Perlman JM, Richmond S, Sayre MR, Soar J, Wyllie J, Zideman D; International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation; American Heart Association. Part 4: Conflict of interest management before, during, and after the 2010 International Consensus Conference on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science with Treatment Recommendations. Resuscitation. 2010 Oct;81 Suppl 1:e41-7.
Journal Article
Published
2010
Aggarwal, R, Mytton, OT, Derbrew, M, Hananel, D, Heydenburg, M, Issenberg, B, MacAulay, C, Mancini, ME, Morimoto, T, Soper, N, Ziv, A, & Reznick, R. Training and simulation for patient safety. Quality and Safety in Health Care. 2010 Aug;19 Suppl 2:i34-43.
Journal Article
Published
2010
Kardong-Edgren, S., Cason, C., Walsh Brennan, A., Reifsnider, E., Hummel, F., Mancini, M., & Griffin, C. Cultural competency of graduating BSN students. Nursing Education Perspectives. 31(5)210-217. Sept/Oct 2010.*
Journal Article
Published
2010
Cason, CL, Nelson K, Hartman, VL, Roye, JL, and Mancini ME. “Improving Learning of Airway Management with Case-Based Computer Microsimulations.” Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 6(1)e15-23. Jan 2010.*  
Journal Article
Published
2010
Chan PS, Krumholz HM, Spertus JA, Jones PG, Cram P, Berg RA, Peberdy MA, Nadkarni V, Mancini ME, Nallamothy BK; for the American Heart Association National Registry of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (NRCPR) Investigators. Automated External Defibrillators and Survival After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest. JAMA. 2010;304(19):2129-2136. doi:10.1001/jama.2010.1576.*
Journal Article
Published
2010
Morley PT, Atkins DL, Billi JE, Bossaert L, Callaway CW, de Caen AR, Deakin CD, Eigel B, Hazinski MF, Hickey RW, Jacobs I, Kleinman ME, Koster RW, Mancini ME, Montgomery WH, Morrison LJ, Nadkarni VM, Nolan JP, O'Connor RE, Perlman JM, Sayre MR, Semenko TI, Shuster M, Soar J, Wyllie J, Zideman D. Part 3: Evidence evaluation process: 2010 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science with Treatment Recommendations. Resuscitation. 2010 Oct;81 Suppl 1:e32-40.
Journal Article
Published
2009
Mancini, M. C., Cason, C., Cazzell, M. A., Kardong-Edgren, S., & Behan, D. F. (2009). Improving Workplace Safety Training Using a Self-Directed CPR-AED Learning Program. American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN) Journal, 57(4), 159-167.
Journal Article
Published
2009
Perkins, G. D. & Mancini, M. E. (2009). Resuscitation Training for Healthcare Workers. Resuscitation., 80(8), 841-842.
Journal Article
Published
2009
Cason, C. L., Kardong-Edgren, S., Cazzell, M. A., Behan, D. F., & Mancini, M. E. (2009). Innovations in Basic Life Support Education for Healthcare Providers: Improving Competence in CPR Through Self-Directed Learning. The Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 25(3), E1-e13.
Journal Article
Published
2009
Perkins GD and Mancini ME. “Resuscitation Training for Healthcare Workers.” Resuscitation.  Aug:80(8):841-842. Epub 2009 Jul1. 2009.
Journal Article
Published
2008
Hunt, E., Mancini, M. E., Smyth, M., & Truitt, T. L. (2008). Using the American Heart Association's National Registry of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (NRPR) for Performance Improvement. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, 35(1), 13-20.
Journal Article
Published
2007
Poster, E., Cason, C. L., & Mancini, M. E. (2007). Interactive learning through a teaching/learning model puts nursing students in a virtual hospital. Advance for Nurses online edition, 9(22), 37.
Journal Article
Published
2007
Mancini, M. E. & Bubien, R. (2007). Care of Patients with Sudden Cardiac Death, Cardiac Arrest and Life Threatening Dysrhythmias. In Moser D and Rigel R. (Eds.), Cardiac Nursing: A Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease. Elsevier.
Book Chapter
Accepted
2006
Mancini, M. E. (2006). Healthcare Organizations. In Yoder-Wise P. (Eds.), Leading and Managing in Nursing 4th edition. Mosby.
Book Chapter
Accepted
2006
Mancini, M. E. (2006). Understanding and Designing Organizational Structures. In Yoder-Wise P. (Eds.), Leading and Managing in Nursing 4th edition. Mosby.
Book Chapter
Accepted
2006
Mancini ME. 2006. Working with Regulatory and Accrediting Bodies. In: Yoder-Wise P Kowalski L, editors. Beyond Leading and Managing. Mosby.
Book Chapter
Accepted
2006
Larkin GL, Peberdy MA, Nadkarni V, Carey S, Kaye WE, Mancini ME, Nichol G, Truitt TL, Potts J, Ornato JP, Berg RA. 2006. First documented rhythm and clinical outcome from in hospital cardiac arrest among children and adults. JAMA 295(1):50-57.
Journal Article
Accepted
2006
Nadkarni, V, Larkin, GL, Peberdy, MA, Carey, S, Kay, WE, Mancini, ME, Nichol, G, Truitt, TL, Potts, J, Ornato, JP and Berg, RA for the NRCPR Investigators: "First documented rhythm and clinical outcome from in-hospital cardiac arrest among children and adults." JAMA Vol. 295, No. 1, pages. 50-57. January 4, 2006
Journal Article
Published
2005
Kaye W, Mancini ME, Truitt TL. 2005. When Minutes Count: The Fallacy of Accurate Time Documentation During In-hospital Resuscitation. Resuscitation 65:285-290.
Journal Article
Accepted
2004
Jacobs I, Nadkarni V, Bahr J, Berg RA, Billi JE, Bossaert L, Cassan P, Coovadia A, D'Este K, Finn J, Halperin H, Handley A, Herlitz J, Hickey R, Idris A, Kloeck W, Larkin GL, Mancini ME, Mason P, Mears G, Monsieurs K, Montgomery W, Morley P, Nichol G, Nolan J, Okada K, Perlman J, Shuster M, Steen PA, Sterz F, Tibballs J, Timerman S, Truitt T, Zideman D; International Liason Committee on Resuscitation. Cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary resuscitation outcome reports: update and simplification of the Utstein templates for resuscitation registries. A statement for healthcare professionals from a task force of the international liaison committee on resuscitation (American Heart Association, European Resuscitation Council, Australian Resuscitation Council, New Zealand Resuscitation Council, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, InterAmerican Heart Foundation, Resuscitation Council of Southern Africa). Resuscitation. 2004 Dec;63(3):233-49 and Circulation. 2004 Nov 23;110(21):3385-97.
Journal Article
Published
2003
Peberdy, MA, Kaye, W, Ornato, J, Larkin, G, Nadkarni, V, Mancini, ME, Berg RA, Nichol G, Lane-Truitt, T: “Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation of Adults in the Hospital:  A Report of 14720 Cardiac Arrests from the National Registry of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.” Resuscitation. 2003 Sept; 58(3):297-308.*
Journal Article
Published
2002
Jones, T, Cason, CL and Mancini, ME: “Evaluating Nurse Competency:  Evidence of Validity for a Skills Recredentialing Program.” Journal of Professional Nursing.  2002 Jan-Feb; (18):22-28.*
Journal Article
Published
1999
Mancini, ME: “Performance Improvement in Transfusion Medicine:  What Do Nurses Need and Want?” Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine. 1999 June; 123(6):496-502.*
Journal Article
Published
1999
Mancini, ME and Kaye, W:  “AEDs:  Changing the Way You Respond to Cardiac Arrest.” American Journal of Nursing. 1999 May; 99(5):26-31.
Journal Article
Published
August 2015
A Serious-Game Framework to Improve Physician/Nurse Communication

Invited Paper

Invited
February 2015
Resuscitation: Where Have We Been And Where Are We Going

Resuscitation

Invited
June 2014
Moving From Science to Practice. Resuscitation Officer Program

Mancini ME & Berg RA. Moving From Science To Practice. Resuscitation Officer Program. Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update 2014. Las Vegas, Nevada. (Invited Presentation)

Invited
May 2014
Simulation in Healthcare: What it is, Where is it going, and Why it matters to you

Mancini ME. Simulation in Healthcare: What it is, Where is it going, and Why it matters to you. Medical Education Collaborative – Perkins + Will. Miami, Florida. May 6, 2014. (Invited Presentation)

Invited
March 2014

Building an Institutional Framework for MOOC Programs

Mancini ME and Cyrus CJ. Building an Institutional Framework for MOOC Programs. Academic Impressions Webinar. March
5, 2014. (Invited Presentation)

Invited
February 2014

The Image of Professionalism

Mancini ME. The Image of Professionalism. The
Texas Nursing Student Association. San Antonio, TX. February 13, 2014. (Invited
Presentation)

Invited
February 2014

A Workshop on Physician/ Nurse Communication
Using the GLIMPSE Game

Zielke M, Hardee G, Zeigler R, Mancini ME, Xiao
Y, Houston S. A Workshop on Physician/ Nurse Communication Using the GLIMPSE
Game. 10th Annual Innovations in Health Science Education Conference.
University of Texas System Austin, TX. February 20, 2014. (Workshop)

Other
February 2014

Physician/ Nurse Communication Education Using the GLIMPSE Game – Early Findings

Zielke M, Hardee G, Zeigler R, Mancini ME, Xiao Y, Houston S. Physician/ Nurse Communication Education Using the GLIMPSE Game – Early Findings. 10th Annual Innovations in Health Science Education Conference.
University of Texas System Austin, TX. February 20, 2014. (Poster)

Uncategorized
January 2014

An Asynchronous Social, Web-Enabled Serious Game for Improving Physician-Nurse Communication

Declared Winner of the First Place Award in the Serious Games Arcade

Invited
January 2014

Meet the Sim Expert: Leadership

Invited
January 2014

Scaling Up Systems for Academic Progression

Farmer P, Mancini ME, and Shillman C. Scaling Up Systems for Academic Progression. An AARP Robert Wood Johnson Future of Nursing
Webinar. January 16, 2014. (Invited Presentation)

Invited
November 2013

Differentiated Essential Competencies and RN-BSN Education

Invited
November 2013

Crediting MOOCs. MOOCs and Emerging Educational Models: Policy, Practice, and Learning

Buckingham S, Mancini ME, Minz S, & Sandeen C. Crediting MOOCs.MOOCs and Emerging Educational Models: Policy, Practice, and Learning. Gates Foundation. Arlington, Texas. (Invited presentation)

Invited
November 2013

MOOC2DEGREE - Making it a Reality

Mancini ME, Koomey C & Hsu N. MOOC2DEGREE – Making It a Reality. 19th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning. Orlando, FL. November 21, 2013.

Invited
October 2013

Addressing Challenges in Integrating Simulation into Nursing Curriculum

Pre-conference presentation  - Mancini ME, Lioci L & Liaw SY

Invited
October 2013

Multi-disciplinary Curriculum Integration

Invited presentation with Lioci L, Mancini ME, Wang A & Chen FG

Invited
October 2013

Leveraging Technology for Multi-Modal Learning

Invited presentation with McGee JB, Mancini ME & Chu L

Invited
October 2013

Senior Leadership in Simulation

Invited presentation with Combs D, Phrampus P & Mancini ME

Invited
October 2013

the Many Shades of MOOCS: A Showcase of Approaches

Invited presentation with Adair, D; Budzick, D; Alman, S; Grishman, LM; & Mancini, ME

Invited
July 2013

Building Effective Public-Private Partnerships

invited presentation  wth Mancini, ME & Ashwill, J

Invited
April 2013

Preparing Leaders.

Invited presentation - Inaugural lecture for the Academy for the Science and Practice of Teaching in Nursing and Related Clinical Disciplines

Invited
June 2012

Standards by Accreditation or Benchmarking. SESAM2012 Safer Practicies in Healthcare

SESAM2012 (Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine)

Presentation with Oestergaard D, Mancini ME, and Ringsted C

Invited
May 2012

Interprofessional Simulation: Why You Need It

Invited
The Future of Simulation in Healthcare: An opportunity to enhance patient safety and improve the education of health professionals

Invited Keynote:  The First China Clinical Education and Simulation in Healthcare Conference. Shanghai, China, August 25, 2012

Uncategorized
Translating Physician/Nurse Communication Research Into a Social, Web-enabled Serious Game
Cole L, Zielke M, Houston S, Fisher U, Bond, ML Mancini ME, and Xiao Y. Translating Physician/Nurse Communication Research into a Social, Web-enabled Serious Game. AHRQ 2012 Annual Conference, Moving Ahead: Leveraging Knowledge and Action to Improve Health Care. Bethesda, Maryland. September 2012.
Uncategorized
Creating Innovative Nursing Programs Where "High Volume" & "High Quality" Are Not Mutually Exclusive Terms
Mancini ME. Creating Innovative Nursing Programs Where "High Volume" & "High Quality" Are Not Mutually Exclusive Terms. The Convening. The Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence. Vail, CO. September 2012. (Invited)
Uncategorized
Expanding Capacity to Promote Academic Progression & Lead Change: How We Created Exponential Growth
Mancini ME and Poster E. Expanding Capacity to Promote Academic Progression & Lead Change: How We Created Exponential Growth. 2012 National League for Nursing’s Education Summit. Anaheim, CA. September 2012.
Uncategorized
Spunt Lecture-Simulation: A Door to Leadership
Mancini ME. Debra L. Spunt Lecture-Simulation: A Door to Leadership. 2012 National League for Nursing’s Education Summit. Anaheim, CA. September 2012. (Invited)
Uncategorized
Maximizing Resources In Your Simulation Center to Transform Medical Education
Dorney, B., Walston, C. and Mancini, ME. Maximizing Resources In Your Simulation Center To Transform Medical Education. Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) 2012 Southern Regional Conference. September 23, 2012. Raleigh, North Carolina.
Uncategorized
Simulation As An Enabler For Interprofessional Education and Practice:
Mancini, ME. Simulation As An Enabler For Interprofessional Education and Practice: A Report From The 2012 Invitational Meeting on Simulation and Interprofessional Education. 3rd Swiss Conference on Standardized Patients and Simulation in Health Care. October 31 – November 2, 2012. Lausanne, Switzerland. (Invited Keynote)
Uncategorized
Using Simulation to Meet the Challenge of Providing Interprofessional Experiences
Mancini, ME. Using Simulation To Meet The Challenge of Providing Interprofessional Experiences. SPSim 2012: The First Meeting of the Portuguese Simulation Society. November 15-18, 2012. Braga, Portugal. (Invited Keynote)
Uncategorized
Virtual Reality and Game-Based Education to Strengthen Clinical Learning and Competencies
Mancini, ME and Zielke, M. Virtual Reality and Game-Based Education to Strengthen Clinical Learning and Competencies. A Webinar for the Colorado Center for Virtual Healthcare Education. January 22, 2013. (Invited Presentation)
Uncategorized
Meet the Sim Expert: Leadership and Collaboration
Mancini, ME. Meet the Sim Expert: Leadership and Collaboration. 13th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH 2012). Orlando, Florida. January 29, 2013. (Invited Presentation)
Uncategorized
Innovative Programs Where “High Volume” and “High Quality” Are Not Mutually Exclusive Terms
Mancini, ME. Innovative Programs Where “High Volume” and “High Quality” Are Not Mutually Exclusive Terms. A Webinar for the Center to Champion Nursing in America’s (CCNA) Future of Nursing Campaign. February 11-15, 2013. (Invited Presentation)
Uncategorized
Interprofessional Simulation-based Training: Using Simulation to Improve Teamwork and Achieve Interprofessional Competencies.
Mancini ME. Interprofessional Simulation-based Training: Using Simulation to Improve Teamwork and Achieve Interprofessional Competencies. Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting. Boston, April 28, 2012. (Invited)
Uncategorized
Integrating Simulation Into Your Curriculum

Pre Conference - First Asia-Pacific Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare. Hong Kong. May 2011

Uncategorized
Reflection and Reflective Thinking in Simulations: Successful Debriefing Promotes Effective Simulation Training

Pre-Conference presentation/workshop

First Asia-Pacific
Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare. Hong Kong. May 2011.

Uncategorized
Creating Meaningful Simulation Research

Workshop - First Asia-Pacific Meeting on Simulation on Healthcare. hong Kong. May 2011

Uncategorized
Debriefing Around The World: Cultural Differences in Debriefing

Workshop - First Asia-Pacific Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare. Hong Kong. may 2011

Uncategorized
New horizons for Nursing Education: How Simulation Can Change How We Teach, What We Teach and When We Teach It.

Plenary Session - First Asia-Pacific Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare. Hong Kong. May 2011

Uncategorized
Standards by Accreditation or Benchmarking?

Oestergaard D, Mancini ME, and Ringsted C. Standards by Accreditation or Benchmarking.
SESAM2012-Safer Practices in Healthcare. Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine. Stavanger, Norway. June 15, 2012. (Invited)

Uncategorized
Interprofessional Simulation: Why You Need It

Interprofessional Simulation: Why You Need It. 5th Annual WISER Symposium on Nursing Simulation, Pittsburgh, May 24, 2012. (Invited)

Uncategorized
Building Scalable Nursing Programs to Meet the IOM"s Future of Nursing Recommendations

Mancini ME. Building Scalable Nursing Programs to Meet the IOM"s Future of Nursing Recommendations. Midwest Regional Nursing Education Meeting (Hosted by the Center to Champion Nursing in America--CCNA) Minneapolis. April 16, 2012.
(Invited)

Uncategorized
Recruiting the Next Generation: Recruiting Nursing Students Via an Education-Practice Partnership.

Woods S, Mancini ME, and Scott T. Recruiting the Next Generation: Recruiting Nursing Students Via an Education-Practice Partnership. 2012 AORN Congress. New Orleans. March 2012.

Uncategorized
Creating Innovative Nursing Programs Where "High Volume" and "High Quality" Are Not Mutually Exclusive Terms

Creating Innovative Nursing Programs Where "High Volume" and "High Quality" Are Not Mutually Exclusive Terms

Invited Keynote: The Convening. The Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence. Vail, Co. September 2012

Uncategorized
National Emergency Cardiovascular Care Education Models: Where Do We Go From Here?

Caracci B, Bradley RN & Mancini ME. National Emergency Cardiovascular Care Education Models: Where Do We Go From Here? Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update 2014. Las Vegas, Nevada. (Invited Panel Member)

Invited
Virtual Simulations - Teaching and Thinking Differentlly

Presentation in Special Session 2014 National league for Nursing's Educational Summit. With C. Durham, L. Ryley, and J. Tiffany

Invited
Important Topics in Healthcare Management and Patient Safety

Nankai University, Tuanjin, China presentation on patient safety

Invited
Leadership Training Academy

Leadership training academy (Invited Presenter) Walker K, Phrampus P, Curran I, Park C, Cooper J, Andreatta P, & Mancini ME. 15th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, New Orleans, LA

Invited
October 2014 -
Ongoing
Competency-Focused Approach to Clinical Experiences (C-FACE)
$1,801,875
September 2013 -
Ongoing
Veterans BSN Program
$1,077,324
September 2013 -
Ongoing
Academic Partnerships Pre-licensure BSN Program: An Effective Mechanism To Meet the Demand to Expand Capacity in Schools of Nursing
$9,996
September 2012 -
Ongoing
Principal Investigator: “A Comparative Analysis of Demographic and Academic Success Characteristics of 2,355 Online RN-to-BSN Students." Mancini, ME & Ashwill, J. Academic Partnership Research Grant. ($5,000)
$5,000
January 2012 -
Ongoing
”The impact of a summer operating room externship for nursing students.”
$29,000
July 2011 -
Ongoing
An invitational conference for key stakeholders in simulation-enhanced inter-professional education
$35,000
April 2011 -
Ongoing
Improving physician and nurse communication with serious gaming
$969,604
January 2011 -
Ongoing
Improving physician and nurse communication with serious gaming
$969,604
January 2011 -
Ongoing
The impact of a summer operating room externship for nursing students
$25,000
January 2011 -
Ongoing
At-Risk student tracking an intervention in an accelerated online BSN program
$90,000
January 2011 -
Ongoing
In-hospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation: A national survey of current practices
$75,000
January 2010 -
Ongoing
Good Shepherd Health System and UT Arlington's Hospital-Based Nursing Education Partnership - Accelerated academic partnership: BSN program
$771,035
January 2010 -
Ongoing
Texas Health Resources and University of Texas at Arlington's Hospital-based Nursing Education Partnership Program - Grow Your Own Faculty
$550,753
January 2008 -
Ongoing
The e-learnig Project: Evaluating the impact of a comprehensive approach to knowledge transfer in prelicensure nursing students
$269,051
January 2008 -
Ongoing
The LEARN (Leveraging Existing Academic Resources in Nursing Project: Experiential learning through a hospital-based accelerated BSN program
$1,234,646
January 2008 -
Ongoing
Muscle fatigue during CPR administration in middle aged female laypersons and female nurses.
$40,289
January 2007 -
Ongoing
Learning the principles and concepts of airway management: The efficacy of replacing lecture with MicroSim
$236,920
January 2006 -
Ongoing
Three Studies in CPR Education
$263,000
September - 2012
National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities - National Institutes of Health

Invitation to serve as a reviewer for a Special Emphasis Panel

Reviews
Ongoing
Donna Bacchus
Mentor Doctoral Student Mentor
January 2013
Curtis Jay Purser
Mentor Doctoral Student Mentor 2008-2013
June 2012
Valerie Arnaez
Spring 2012: Arnaez,Valerie--A Systematic Review of The Implications of Serious Gaming Simulationand the Impact On The Future of Nursing Education
May 2012
Emily Wilson
Honors College - Thesis Advisor Fall 2012: Wilson, Emily--Integrating Theoretical and Experiential Learning: A First-Person Narrative Report
Fall 2015
NURS 4300 - COOPERATIVE NURSING WORK EXPERIENCE
Course Description NURS 4300 5 weeks 3 credit hours This course is designed for nursing cooperative education students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace. Registered nurse students only. Students need to be in their work environment a minimum of 120 hours during the term in order to meet the course objectives.
Last Updated on April 4, 2014, 3:50 pm
Fall 2015
NURS 3300 - Cooperative Nursing Work Experience
NURS 3300 5 weeks 3 credit hours This course is designed for nursing cooperative education students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace. Registered nurse students only. Students need to be in their work environment a minimum of 120 hours during the term in order to meet the course objectives. The focus of this course is on the development of professional knowledge skills and behaviors associated with the role of the BSN-prepared nurse. This course is designed for RN-BSN students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace.
Last Updated on March 13, 2014, 3:46 pm
Summer 2015
NURS 3100 - COOPERATIVE NURSING WORK EXPERIENCE
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:42 am
Summer 2015
NURS 3200 - COOPERATIVE NURSING WORK EXPERIENCE
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:45 am
Spring 2015
NURS 4100 - COOPERATIVE NURSING WORK EXPERIENCE
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:44 am
Spring 2015
NURS 4200 - COOPERATIVE NURSING WORK EXPERIENCE
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:46 am
Fall 2014
NURS 4100 - Nurs 4100-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:44 am
Fall 2014
NURS 4200 - Nurs 4200-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:46 am
Fall 2014
NURS 3300 - Cooperative Nursing Work Experience
NURS 3300 5 weeks 3 credit hours This course is designed for nursing cooperative education students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace. Registered nurse students only. Students need to be in their work environment a minimum of 120 hours during the term in order to meet the course objectives. The focus of this course is on the development of professional knowledge skills and behaviors associated with the role of the BSN-prepared nurse. This course is designed for RN-BSN students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace.
Last Updated on March 13, 2014, 3:46 pm
Fall 2014
NURS 4300 - A Cooperative Nursing Work Experience
Course Description NURS 4300 5 weeks 3 credit hours This course is designed for nursing cooperative education students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace. Registered nurse students only. Students need to be in their work environment a minimum of 120 hours during the term in order to meet the course objectives.
Last Updated on April 4, 2014, 3:50 pm
Summer 2014
NURS 4300 - A Cooperative Nursing Work Experience
Course Description NURS 4300 5 weeks 3 credit hours This course is designed for nursing cooperative education students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace. Registered nurse students only. Students need to be in their work environment a minimum of 120 hours during the term in order to meet the course objectives.
Last Updated on April 4, 2014, 3:50 pm
Summer 2014
NURS 3100 - Nurs 3100-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:42 am
Summer 2014
NURS 3200 - Nurs 3200-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:45 am
Summer 2014
NURS 4100 - Nurs 4100-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:44 am
Summer 2014
NURS 4200 - Nurs 4200-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:46 am
Summer 2014
NURS 3300 - Cooperative Nursing Work Experience
NURS 3300 5 weeks 3 credit hours This course is designed for nursing cooperative education students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace. Registered nurse students only. Students need to be in their work environment a minimum of 120 hours during the term in order to meet the course objectives. The focus of this course is on the development of professional knowledge skills and behaviors associated with the role of the BSN-prepared nurse. This course is designed for RN-BSN students to integrate classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace.
Last Updated on March 13, 2014, 3:46 pm
Fall 2013
NURS 3100 - Nurs 3100-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:42 am
Fall 2013
NURS 3200 - Nurs 3200-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:45 am
Fall 2013
NURS 4100 - Nurs 4100-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:44 am
Fall 2013
NURS 4200 - Nurs 4200-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:46 am
Fall 2013
NURS 4300 - Cooperative Nursing Work Experience - A second course in cooperative learning
The focus of N3300, Cooperative Nursing Work Experience was on the development of professional knowledge, skills, and behaviors associated with the role of BSN-prepared nurse through the integration of classroom study with career-related practical experience in the workplace. In the second course in cooperative learning, N4300, the RN to BSN student will focus more deeply on the application of the knowledge and skills in the role of leader and change agent in the healthcare system. Registered nurse students only.
Last Updated on March 13, 2014, 3:46 pm
Spring 2013
NURS 3100 - Nurs 3100-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:42 am
Spring 2013
NURS 3200 - Nurs 3200-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:45 am
Spring 2013
NURS 4200 - Nurs 4200-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:46 am
Spring 2013
NURS 4100 - Nurs 4100-001
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 18, 2013, 11:44 am
Fall 2012
NURS 4200 - COOPERATIVE NURSING WORK EXPERIENCE
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 6, 2013, 12:44 pm
Fall 2012
NURS 4100 - COOPERATIVE NURSING WORK EXPERIENCE
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 6, 2013, 12:44 pm
Fall 2012
NURS 3200 - COOPERATIVE NURSING WORK EXPERIENCE
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 6, 2013, 12:44 pm
Fall 2012
NURS 3100 - COOPERATIVE NURSING WORK EXPERIENCE
The Cooperative Education Program at UTA College of Nursing is specifically designed to help the student learn and practice new skills in an actual work setting. Cooperative Education seeks to integrate classroom study with career related practical experience in the world beyond the classroom. This Cooperative learning experience focuses on two important goals: (1) to transition theoretical knowledge into actual practice by integrating the lessons learned in the classroom into the work setting and (2) provide an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a self-directed, life-long learner.
Last Updated on June 6, 2013, 12:44 pm
March 2006
June 2009
Member, Steering Committee

2006-09 CPaRlington Project – A Community Project to Train 36,000 people in CPR

Co-Founder, 2006

Member, Steering Committee, 2006-2009

Appointed
January 2013
Ongoing
Mentor at the 2013 International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research, and Education (INSPIRE) Annual Research Meeting

Mentor at the 2013
International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research, and
Education (INSPIRE) Annual Research Meeting: 
Knight, L. and Grabhart J. Improving Code Team Performance and Survival
Outcomes: Implementation of Pediatric Composite Resuscitation Training.
Orlando, Florida. January 26, 2013.

Elected
September 2011
Ongoing
Institute of Medicine's Global Forum on Innovation in Health Profession Education, member

Institute of Medicine's (IOM) Global Forum on Innovation in Health Profession Education, member

Appointed
September 2009
Ongoing
Mentor, Baylor Health Care System Nurse Executive Fellowship Program

Mentor, Baylor Health Care System Nurse Executive Fellowship Program

Appointed
September 2009
Ongoing
AHRQ, Special Emphasis Panel/Scientific Review Group, Healthcare Technology and Decision Science Study Section

Member of review group

Appointed
September 2008
Ongoing
Texas Team, Member

Appointed by the Governor of Texas to represent baccalaureate nursing programs in the Robert Wood Johnson, AARP, Department of Labor National Initiative to "Blow Open the Bottleneck" in Nursing Education

Appointed
September 2007
Ongoing
Ambassador, National League for Nursing

Ambassador, National League for Nursing

Appointed
March 2008
September 2011
World Health Organization Initiative on Training and Simulation and Patient Safety, member

World Health Organization Initiative on Training and Simulation and Patient Safety, member

Appointed
May 2013 -
February 2014
NURSING DEAN Search Committee, member

Serving as a member of the Dean's Search Committee for Nursing. Dana Dunn, Chair

Appointed
September 2013 -
Ongoing
Multicultural Advisory Committee, Member

Served as a member of the Multicultural Advisory Committee

Elected
September 2012 -
Ongoing
PhD Student Mentor

Served as a mentor to nursing students in the PhD program

Volunteered
January 1993
August 2004
Sr Vice President, Nursing Administration
June 1986
June 1993
Vice President, Nursing Administration