Editorial Board



Prof. Maria G Rosario Sim

Professor
Department of Nursing
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
New York, United States of America
Tel: 718-270-7652


Dr. Maria G Rosario Sim is currently working as Professor and Director of NP Programs at SUNY Downstate College of Nursing overseeing the Family Nurse and Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Programs. She has been engaged in nursing education for 38 years

Dr. Maria G Rosario Sim is currently working as Professor and Director of NP Programs at SUNY Downstate College of Nursing overseeing the Family Nurse and Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Programs. She has been engaged in nursing education for 38 years at various levels. Dr. Rosario-Sim received an EdD degree in Nursing Education from Teachers College and master's degree from New York University and post-master's in Pediatric Nurse Practitioner from Adelphi University. She is a board certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. Dr. Rosario-Sim worked as vice president for Academic Affairs at Helene Fuld College of Nursing, test development specialist and test consultant at the National League for Nursing and associate dean at Long Island College Hospital SON. Dr. Rosario-Sim research interest is on Asian-American adolescent smoking and depression, reversal theory, and NCLEX success and has published on these topics. Her work afforded her awards including the NYS Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence.
Prof. Susan Price Lofton

Professor
School of Nursing
University of Mississippi
Oxford, Mississippi
United States of America


Dr. Susan Lofton currently serves as Professor at the University of Mississippi School of Nursing, primarily teaching in the Advanced Standing Program. Additionally, Dr. Lofton is a clinical nurse specialist in community-health nursing and also is a well-recognized legal nurse consultant

Dr. Susan Lofton currently serves as Professor at the University of Mississippi School of Nursing, primarily teaching in the Advanced Standing Program. Additionally, Dr. Lofton is a clinical nurse specialist in community-health nursing and also is a well-recognized legal nurse consultant for various law firms throughout the country where she serves frequently as a testifying expert. Dr. Lofton expertise in documentation strategies and interpreting standards of care has resulted in speaking and consultation opportunities at the national levels. Dr. Lofton's clinical focus is gerontology and community health, with particular interest in long-term care.
Prof. LaDonna Northington

Professor
School of Nursing
University of Mississippi
Mississippi
United States of America


Prof. LaDonna Northington, RN, has been a nurse for thirty five years. Prof. Northington has spent most of her career at the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMC). Upon graduation from School of Nursing at UMC in 1979, Prof. LaDonna Northington

Prof. LaDonna Northington, RN, has been a nurse for thirty five years. Prof. Northington has spent most of her career at the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMC). Upon graduation from School of Nursing at UMC in 1979, Prof. LaDonna Northington worked in the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) for eight years. She received her Master's Degree from UMC in 1987, and started work as a pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist. She was in this role for 8 years.She then transferred to the School of Nursing to teach full time in October 1995. She subsequently finished her Doctorate in Nursing from Louisiana State University in New Orleans in 1998. Dr. Northington currently serves as the Program Director for the Undergraduate Program. Her research interest revolve around children and families. Additionally, Dr. Northington also works part time as the Nurse Manager of the Baptist after hours Pediatric Clinic. Prior to this position, she worked as a part time staff RN in the PICU, AICU and ER at the Mississippi Baptist Hospital.
Dr. Thomas Edward Stenvig

Associate Professor
Department of Nursing
South Dakota State University College of Nursing
United States of America
Tel: 1-605-688-6652


Dr. Thomas Edward Stenvig been active in public health and nursing association work throughout his career. A past president of the South Dakota Nurses Association,Dr. Stenvig served eight years on the board of the American Nurses Association and was the

Dr. Thomas Edward Stenvig been active in public health and nursing association work throughout his career. A past president of the South Dakota Nurses Association,Dr. Stenvig served eight years on the board of the American Nurses Association and was the second president of the American Nurses Credentialing Center. He is board certified in nursing administration (advanced level), and is the recipient of numerous awards for professional work, including the American Nurses Association Distinguished Membership Award, a Bush Foundation fellowship, and membership as a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing. He is currently an Associate Professor at South Dakota State University College of Nursing and teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses. He directed the Wokunze Project funded by the Indian Health Service to support American Indians pursuing baccalaureate education in nursing. His active research program is focused on transitions of Sudanese refugees following resettlement in the U.S. Dr. Stenvig is retired from the Commissioned Corps of the United States Public Health Service. He later served as faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing and as chair of the Department of Nursing at Presentation College in Aberdeen, South Dakota. Dr. Stenvig graduated with honors from Wayne State University College of Nursing and received a master's in public health from the University of Hawaii. His doctoral research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison focused on the behaviors of nurses who immunize children.
Dr. Linda E Wolf

Associate Professor
School of Nursing
Cleveland State University
Cleveland, Ohio
United States of America


Dr. Linda Wolf began her career in nursing as a critical care nurse at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana. Over the course of her career she has been employed in critical care, ambulatory care and as a staff development coordinator. In

Dr. Linda Wolf began her career in nursing as a critical care nurse at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana. Over the course of her career she has been employed in critical care, ambulatory care and as a staff development coordinator. In addition Dr. Linda Wolf was a part-time clinical nursing instructor at Kent State University College of Nursing. In 2004, Dr. Linda Wolf joined the faculty in the School of Nursing at Cleveland State University where she teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. She received her PhD from Kent State University in Curriculum and Instruction in 2007. She has certification as a CNE. Research interests include teaching strategies, online teaching, depression and coping strategies.
Dr. Dia D Campbell-Detrixhe

Associate Professor
Department of Nursing
Oklahoma City University
United States of America
Tel: 405-208-5955


Dr. Dia D Campbell-Detrixhe, PhD, RN, FNGNA, CNE, FCN is an Associate Professor from Department of Nursing in Oklahoma City University. Dr. Campbell-Detrixhe joined the Kramer School of Nursing in fall of 2009. She began her professional nursing career in 1986

Dr. Dia D Campbell-Detrixhe, PhD, RN, FNGNA, CNE, FCN is an Associate Professor from Department of Nursing in Oklahoma City University. Dr. Campbell-Detrixhe joined the Kramer School of Nursing in fall of 2009. She began her professional nursing career in 1986 after earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Choosing a career in nursing has provided her numerous opportunities, challenges, personal and professional growth, and the determination to succeed. For the past 28 years, she has had the unique opportunity to work in a variety of nursing specialty areas including rehabilitation, medical/surgical, orthopedics, psychiatry, and gerontology; to serve as an Officer of the United States Air Force Nurse Corps; to pursue a master's degree in Nursing Education with an emphasis in Gerontology from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; to pursue a Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science from Texas Woman’s University; and to teach in the profession of nursing as a nurse educator. Dr. Campbell-Detrixhe began her teaching career at Redlands Community College in 1994-2004 as a nurse educator and sophomore course coordinator. In 2004, she accepted a faculty position as Assistant Professor of Nursing at Southern Nazarene University's School of Nursing; she was promoted to Associate Professor of Nursing in 2006 and became the Director of the RN/BS Program in Graduate and Professional Studies during that same year. She is a member of the American Nurses Association, the Oklahoma Nurses Association, the National Gerontological Nursing Association, the Oklahoma Gerontological Nursing Association, Southern Nursing Research Society, Sigma Theta Tau International, Faith Community Nursing Oklahoma, Faith Community Nurses International, and is a Fellow of the National Gerontological Nursing Association. Her awards include Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, Golden Key International Honour Society, The National Scholars Honor Society, and Who’s Who Among Graduate Students in American Universities and Colleges. In 2010, Dr. Campbell-Detrixhe was appointed to a three-year term on the Board of Directors of the Areawide Aging Agency.
Dr. Ladonna Michelle Mcclave Edd

Associate Professor
Department of Nursing
Morehead State University
Morehead, Kentucky, United States of America
Tel: 606-232-2191


Dr. Ladonna Michelle completed her BSN from Eastern Kentucky University in 1995 and began working at a regional medical center as a float pool nurse. Soon, Dr. Michelle took a position as a pediatric staff nurse, in 1997, She joined the

Dr. Ladonna Michelle completed her BSN from Eastern Kentucky University in 1995 and began working at a regional medical center as a float pool nurse. Soon, Dr. Michelle took a position as a pediatric staff nurse, in 1997, She joined the same medical center's home health agency as a staff nurse and quality improvement coordinator. She worked in home health for almost 10 years in a variety of positions, including staff nurse, quality reviewer, and nurse manager. She began classes toward her Master's in Nursing Education during this time and transitioned into a role as Nurse Residency Educator in 2006 in the same medical center. In this role, She facilitated the on-boarding of approximately 150 new graduate RNs into the medical center in the months of May through August. She served as Nurse Educator for the medical-surgical float pool during the other months. In August 2007,she completed her Master's of Science in Nursing Education from Walden University and accepted a position as faculty at Morehead State University in their Baccalaureate Nursing Program. Since that time, She have taught courses in both the face-to-face pre-licensure program and the fully-online post-licensure baccalaureate program. She have taught a variety of courses in her time at MSU, including Fundamentals of Professional Nursing Practice, Community Health, Advanced Health Assessment, Adult Alterations of Health II, Introduction to Nursing Research, Chronic Alterations in Health, Nursing Leadership and Management, Global Health, Nursing Senior Seminar, and Advanced Nursing Practicum. She have also taught several General Education courses outside of the nursing department. She completed her EdD in Educational Technology Leadership in December 2015 and currently as an Associate Professor in the Department of Nursing's Online Programs, as well as the Online Faculty Liaison for the department. Her education passions include transition into practice, chronic health, and course/instructional design. She is also a certified Quality Matters reviewer.
Dr. Janice Collins-McNeil

Associate Professor
Department of Nursing
Winston Salem State University
North Carolina, United States of America
Tel: 336-750-2399


Dr. Collins-McNeil is an Associate Professor and Coordinator of the DNP program at Winston Salem State University. Dr. Collins-McNeil has a broad range of nursing experience in Primary care and Public Health Nursing. She is an Ethnic Minority Nurse Scholar, American

Dr. Collins-McNeil is an Associate Professor and Coordinator of the DNP program at Winston Salem State University. Dr. Collins-McNeil has a broad range of nursing experience in Primary care and Public Health Nursing. She is an Ethnic Minority Nurse Scholar, American Nurses Association and a National Institutes of Health-Health Disparities Scholar. Her practice and research involves working with underserved, and vulnerable populations. Dr. Collins-McNeil has participated in research in adults with Type II Diabetes mellitus (T2DM), Cardiovascular disease (CVD), and Mental illness symptoms. She has provided culturally targeted research interventions and services that address prevention, treatment and management of chronic disease in African American adults. Dr. Collins-McNeil also works with an interdisciplinary team in schools, faith-based communities, and the university to improve the quality of life and opportunities for vulnerable and economically challenged persons.
Dr. Bradley R. Harrell

Associate Professor
Loewenberg College of Nursing
University of Memphis
Memphis
United States of America


Dr. Brad Harrell is a DNP-prepared acute care nurse practitioner and faculty member. Dr. Harrell currently holds an appointment as Clinical Associate Professor at University of Memphis' Loewenberg College of Nursing. He recently served as Chair of Undergraduate Nursing and Associate

Dr. Brad Harrell is a DNP-prepared acute care nurse practitioner and faculty member. Dr. Harrell currently holds an appointment as Clinical Associate Professor at University of Memphis' Loewenberg College of Nursing. He recently served as Chair of Undergraduate Nursing and Associate Professor of Nursing at Union University. He received a BSN and MSN with an emphasis in nursing education from University of Memphis. He received a Doctor of Nursing Practice with an emphasis in acute/critical care advanced practice from University of Tennessee Health Science Center and is nationally board certified as an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. Dr. Harrell was a trauma nurse, nurse educator, charge nurse, and wound care nurse in the trauma center at the Regional Medical Center at Memphis (The MED). He has worked extensively with trauma nurses in various settings to increase trauma care awareness and improve the quality of trauma nursing practice. His doctoral inquiry explored risk factors for abdominal compartment syndrome and their relationship to mortality in trauma patients. He currently practices as an ACNP in the Emergency Department at Baptist Hospital- Memphis. Dr. Harrell has academic experience teaching graduate and undergraduate students at Union University, University of Memphis, and at University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s College of Nursing. He primarily teaches undergraduate adult health and critical care courses, but has taught pathophysiology, gerontology, leadership, foundations, health assessment and skills. He taught the health care technologies courses and advised DNP students in the NP and CRNA tracks of the graduate program. Dr. Harrell is an active member of the Tennessee Nurses Association. He served as District 1 President and serves on the state Health Policy Committee, and the state Advanced Practice Committee. He is a member of the Greater Memphis Area Advanced Practice Nurses, and American Nurses Association.
Dr. Ayala Gonen

Deputy Director
Department of Nursing
Ruppin Academic Center
Israel
Tel: 97298981060


Dr. Ayala Gonen is a Deputy Director and serves as a lecturer from the Department of Nursing at Ruppin Academic Center in Israel. Dr. Gonen completed her Ph.D. from Bar-Ilan University in Informatics department. Her main fields of interest are:

Dr. Ayala Gonen is a Deputy Director and serves as a lecturer from the Department of Nursing at Ruppin Academic Center in Israel. Dr. Gonen completed her Ph.D. from Bar-Ilan University in Informatics department. Her main fields of interest are: Understanding the behavior of nursing students, nurses, and educators, concerning using Information Technology for the benefit of the nursing profession; Researching personal and organizational behavior including cultural diversity.
Dr. Anna Wloszczak-Szubzda

Associate Professor
Department of Medicine
University of Economy and Innovation
Lublin
Poland


Dr. Anna Wloszczak-Szubzda is working as an Associate Professor in University of Economy and Innovation, Poland. Dr. Wloszczak-Szubzda has a master's degree in Philosophy with teaching qualifications, obtained at the Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, and

Dr. Anna Wloszczak-Szubzda is working as an Associate Professor in University of Economy and Innovation, Poland. Dr. Wloszczak-Szubzda has a master's degree in Philosophy with teaching qualifications, obtained at the Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, and the title of Mental Health Prevention Specialist obtained at the Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology at this University. Subsequently, she defended a doctoral thesis (Ph.D.) at the Medical University, Lublin. She educates students in the following areas: mental health prevention, social and interpersonal communication, and prevention of addictions, also carries out vocational training courses for medical staff in communication skills. As a researcher, she is interested in the scope of problems concerning professional interpersonal and social communication in health sciences, with particular consideration of electronic media communication (Internet, TV, radio).
Dr. Pi-Ming Yeh

Associate Professor
School of Nursing
Missouri Western State University
United States of America
Tel: (816)-271-4250


Dr. Pi-Ming Yeh is working as an Associate Professor at Missouri Western State University. Dr. Yeh completed her MS from Institute of Medicine in Chung-Shan Medical University; Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She received several Awards and Honors which include Marita

Dr. Pi-Ming Yeh is working as an Associate Professor at Missouri Western State University. Dr. Yeh completed her MS from Institute of Medicine in Chung-Shan Medical University; Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She received several Awards and Honors which include Marita Titler Conduct of Research Award (at the 22nd National EBP Conference); Edith Anderson Leadership Education Grant (Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation); MWSU Nursing Department Award, etc. Her Research Interests Include: Factors influence people’s psychological well-being and suicidal ideation. The population includes family caregivers, college students, and older people.