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Desirée Hensel (Nursing) published with Thiernon and Leah Roy-Ehri, (2017). Using Q methodology for quality improvement with skin-to-skin care after cesarean births. JOGGN, 46 (4), 601-608.

doi: 10.1016/j.jogn.2017.04.133

Desirée Hensel (Nursing) published with Margaret Moorman (2017). Doctorate of nursing practice students' impressions of uses for Visual Thinking Strategies. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 48(8), 635-638.

doi:10.3928/00220124-2017

Desirée Hensel (Nursing) published (2017). Using Q methodology to assess learning outcomes following the implementation of a concept-based curriculum. Nurse Educator, 42(5):250-254,

doi:10.1097/NNE. 0000000000000357

Desirée Hensel (Nursing) presented with Margaret Moorman on Impressions of uses for Visual Thinking Strategies among doctorate of nursing practice leadership students [Podium]. Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Research Congress: Dublin, Ireland, 2017.

Desirée Hensel (Nursing) presented with Lecea, Peri Kane, and Gregory Carter on Sexual decision making of rural men who have sex with men [Rising Stars of Research Poster]. Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Research Congress: Dublin, Ireland, 2017.

Desirée Hensel (Nursing) presented with Shana Porter and Paige Mocek on Evolving attitudes toward research in undergraduate nursing honors students [Rising Stars of Research Poster]. Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Research Congress: Dublin, Ireland, 2017.

Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel (Psychology) recently conducted a ½ half-day presentation training at the International School Neuropsychology Summer Institute in Dallas, Texas on the topic "Solving the Mystery of Autism Spectrum Disorders from A School Neuropsychological Perspective." 

David Miller (Levin Libraryhad several poems published during the summer. "She Persisted," "I Know, But What," and "Orange One Hour" were published in Wilderness House Literary Review. "The Huffington Post or Whatever" was added to Mass Poetry's Poem of the Momentfeature.  What Rough Beast, which features a new poem every day, published "Athazagoraphobia" and "David Has Been Personally Selected." The print publication California Review included "Half the Day is Night" in its fall 2017 issue

Coleen E. Toronto (Nursing) published with C. E., Quinn, B., & Remington, R. (2017).  Characteristics of reviews published in nursing literature: A methodological review. Advances in Nursing Science.

doi: 10.1097/ANS.0000000000000180

Coleen E. Toronto (Nursing) published. (2017). Considerations for conducting an e-Delphi study: A case study. Nurse Researcher. 24(5),10-15, in which she writes about her dissertation methodology, describing the use of the e-Delphi technique.

doi: 10.7748/nr. 2017.e1498

Coleen E Toronto and Gail Grammatica (Nursing) presented a poster titled " Building on Success: A Collaborative RN-BS Writing Activity" at the 25th Saint Anselm College Conference for Nurse Educators in Falmouth, MA on June 1, 2017

Coleen E. Toronto presented a poster titled "Review of Methodological Quality of Systematic and Integrative Reviews in Nursing" at the at the 28th Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Research Congress in Dublin, Ireland on July 28th, 2017