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Peggy L Chinn, RN, PhD, FAANPLCsm

Rosemary William Eustace, PhD, RN, PHNA-BC

  • Associate professor & 2017 Carnegie Fellow at the Wright State University College of Nursing and Health
  • Power of Nursing (PON) Course Director
  • Teaching specializations include family and community/public health nursing.
  • Authored conceptual work in family and community/public health nursing:
    • A concept analysis of the meaning of family nursing intervention paper with Bobbe Gray and Donna Curry in the Research and Theory for Nursing Practice: An International Journal2018.
    • A concept analysis of HIV disclosure paper with Perla Ilagan in the Journal of Advanced Nursing, 2010.
    • A knowledge synthesis discussion paper on HIV/AIDS Family Interventions in the Journal of Advanced Nursing, 2013.
    • A teaching strategy to facilitate nursing student’s translation of global health learning from classroom to the community utilizing the  Community as a Partner Model paper published in the Journal of Community Health Nursing, 2018
  •  Chairs a student DNP project that is utilizing the nursingConceptual model for Partnership and Sustainability in Global Health by Leffer & Mitchell’s (2011) and Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality by Leininger (2008).
  • Led the first collaborative Wholeheartedly Resources in Global Health Teamwork or ‘WRIGHT’ Kaseye Community Hospital Nurse Assistant Training Curriculum in Malawi with Harriet Knowles, Cindra Holland and Sherri Gunasekera, nurse educators in the Wright state University College of Nursing and Health, along with Michael Gilles and Benjamin Fornshell, two nurses from Premier Health, The project was guided by concepts from the Conceptual model for Partnership and Sustainability in Global Health by Leffer & Mitchell’s (2011), Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality by Leininger (2008), Watson’s Caring Theory by the Watson Caring Science Institute (2010) and Social Learning Theory by Bandura (Bandura, 1986, 1991).

Adeline Falk-Rafael, PhD, RN, FAAN

Adeline Falk-Rafael

  • Senior Scholar, York University, Toronto, ON
  • Former Director of School of Nursing, York University
  • Taught in undergraduate and/or graduate programs at D’Youville College (Buffalo, NY), University of Western Ontario, and York University – courses included community health nursing, health promotion, global health, nursing theories, leadership, health policy.
  • Former President, Registered Nurses Association of Ontario
  • Researched public health nursing practice, primarily in Ontario, Canada which resulted in numerous publications, including articulation of Critical Caring Theory.
  • Member, leadership team, NurseManifest activist project
  • Member, Nursology Management Team.

Jacqueline Fawcett, RN: PhD; ScD (hon); FAAN; ANEF fawcett color

  • Facilitator, Nursology.net management team
  • Professor, Department of Nursing, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Teaches undergraduate nursing research courses emphasizing conceptual-theoretical-empirical structures
  • Teaches a PhD program nursing course addressing contemporary disciplinary knowledge
  • Provides consultation about use of nursing conceptual models
  • Author, with Susan DeSanto-Madeya, of the 3rd edition of Contemporary Nursing Knowledge
  • Author or co-author of numerous Essays in Nursing Science, published in Nursing Science Quarterly since 2012.
  • Author, with Gail Russell, of the Conceptual Model of Nursing and Health Policy
  • Author, with Carol Hall Ellenbecker, of the Conceptual Model of Nursing and Population Health
  • Author of the Conceptual Model for Equity and Quality: Population Health and Health Policy.

Jane Flanagan, PhD, RN, ANP- BC, AHN-BC, FNAP, FNI, FAAN

  • Associate Professor and Program Director of Adult Gerontology Program at Boston College William F. Connell School of Nursing, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, USA
  • Teaches graduate nursing courses in adult gerontology heatlh with an emphasis on incorporating nursing theory into advanced practice.
  • Teaches on the PhD level, advanced qualitative research.
  • Editor of International Journal of Nursing Knowledge.
  • President of the Society of Rogerian Scholars,
  • Board member of the International Association for Human Caring.
  • Co-chair American Academy of Nursing, Nursing Theory Guided Practice Expert Panel, 2017-2018.
  • Research and practice focused on applying the Martha Rogers theory of the science of unitary human beings and the Margaret Newman theory of health as expanding consciousness.
  • Clinical practice as a NP at Bournewood Health.
  • Nurse Scientist, Massachusetts General Hospital, Munn Center for Nursing Research.

Margaret Pharris, PhD, RN, MPH, AHN-BC, FAAN

  • Professor and Nursing Outcomes Coordinator, St. Catherine University, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
  • Teaches graduate nursing courses and a baccalaureate January term Global Search for Justice: Women’s Health and Women’s Work in Guatemala
  • Author with Carol Pavlish, PhD, RN, FAAN of Community-Based Collaborative Action Research: A Nursing Approach, which was an AJN 2012 book of the year in the research category. This book presents a research framework and process based on Margaret Newman’s theory of health as expanding consciousness.
  • Author with Susan Bosher, PhD of Transforming Nursing Education: The Culturally Inclusive Environment.
  • Recipient of the Anne Joachim Moore, CSJ Lectureship Award for Outstanding Educational Leadership, 2014.
  • Research and practice focused on applying Margaret Newman’s theory of health as expanding consciousness at the community level, including health and educational systems, to envision and enact more effective ways to improve community health.
  • Certified Clinical Aromatherapy Practitioner
  • Chair American Academy of Nursing, Nursing Theory Guided Practice Expert Panel, 2017-2018 

Linda Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNL

  • Visiting Professor, Texas Woman’s University
  • Teaches courses related to nursing theory, translational science, leadership and interprofessional collaboration, program evaluation, and organizational systems
  • Author, with James Harris, Patricia Thomas & Cathy Dearman, of Project Planning and Management, 3rd edition to be published fall, 2018.
  • Author, with James Harris & Patricia Thomas, of Clinical Nurse Leader, in 3rd edition.
  • Author, with Patricia Thomas and James Harris, of Management and Leadership for Nurse Administrators, 8th edition to be published fall, 2018.
  • Author, with Heather Hall, of Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice: Practice, Administration, and Research, in 2nd edition.
  • Provides consultation for Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs.
  • Provided leadership for development of DNP, Executive Leadership, and Clinical Nurse Leader programs

Marian Turkel, RN, PhD, NEA-BC, FAAN

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Marian Turkel

  • Watson Caring Science Institute Postdoctoral Scholar
  • Member, Nursology.net management team
  • Affiliate Associate Professor, Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, Florida Atlantic University
  • Teaches undergraduate nursing course Creating Healing Environments with focus on nursing theories guiding holistic modalities and holistic nursing practice
  • Teaches graduate nursing course Advanced Nursing Practice Grounded in Caring
  • Serves as member of PhD dissertations
  • Co-Investigator with Dr. Marilyn Ray (principal Investigator) on 3 federal nursing research grants funded by Tri-Service Nursing Research related to caring and economics in healthcare systems. Funding for 3 grants close to one million dollars.
  • Chair American Academy of Nursing, Nursing Theory Guided Practice Expert Panel 2016-2017
  • Past President International Association for Human Caring
  • Author with Marlaine Smith & Zane Wolf, Caring in Nursing Classics
  • Author with Marilyn Ray Nursing, Caring and Complexity Science (AJN Book of the Year 2012)
  • Associate Editor A Handbook for Caring Science: Expanding the Paradigm

Danny Willis, DNS, RN, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN

  • Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
  • Experienced in nursing education, including PhD courses in nursing knowledge development and qualitative research methods, and graduate courses in psychotherapy
  • Board of Directors experience: Society of Rogerian Scholars
  • Member: Roy Adaptation Society, International Association for Human Caring
  • Research Council Steering Committee –Chair: American Psychiatric Nurses Association
  • Associate Editor, Research and Theory for Nursing Practice
  • Co-chair American Academy of Nursing, Nursing Theory Guided Practice Expert Panel, 2017-2018.
  • Research and philosophical writings on qualitative methods, healing, and a central unifying focus of the discipline
  • Nurse Scientist appointment, Massachusetts General Hospital, Munn Center for Nursing Research.