Rebecca Wilson, PhD, RN portrait
  • Director Nursing Education Specialty Track, College Of Nursing
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Family And Preventive Medicine
  • Director Academy of Health Sciences Education, School Of Medicine-Operations
  • Professor (Clinical), College Of Nursing
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Research Statement

My research interests are comparative effectiveness of approaches to interprofessional education and the impact of interprofessional education and collaborative practice on patient/family/community health outcomes.

Presentations

  • Interprofessional Education: What it is and how librarians can partner. Medical Library Association. , Presented, 2015.
  • Wilson, R., Blumenthal, D., Cardell, B. & Moloney-Johns, A. “Design and presentation of a large-scale, video-driven activity to improve interprofessional team-based care. Collaborating Across Borders VII. , Presented, 2019.
  • Garrett, T. & Wilson, R. “Intersection of Emotional Intelligence and Giving Difficult Feedback”. 6th Annual Education Symposium: Academy of Health Science Educators. , Presented, 2019.
  • Dow, A & Wilson, R. “Training Physicians as Collaborators: Interprofessional Education in Medical Education”. AAMC Joint Professional Development Conference. , Presented, 2016.
  • Defining the Behaviors of Interprofessional Competency Collaborating Across Borders V, Roanoke VA. , Presented, 2015.
  • Stepanek, J. & Wilson, R. “Connecting to Novices and Experts: A Framework for Healthcare Simulation” International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare. , Presented, 2014.

Publications

  • Shipman, J. (date unknown). Shipman, J., Chase-Cantarini, S., Wilson, R.D., & Weber, A.I. (2016). Desiginad Interprofessional Education Program from Planning to Implementation. In Edwards, M. (Ed). Interprofessional Education and Medical Libraries: Partnering for Success. New York: Rowman & Littlefield.. Accepted, .
  • Wilson, R (date unknown). Creating a National Standard for Pre-Licensure Clinical Evaluation in Nursing. Journal of Nursing Education. Vol. 60, 686-689. Accepted, .
  • Farrell, T.W. (date unknown). Individual versus interprofessional team performance in formulating care transition plans: A randomized study of trainees from five professional groups. Journal of Interprofessional Care. Accepted, .
  • Luther, B. (date unknown). Discharge Processes: What Evidence Tells Us is Most Effective. Orthopedic Nursing. Accepted, .
  • Guo, J. (date unknown). Using Twitter to identify patient education topics for using medical marijuana for cancer pain management. COJ Nurse Healthcare. Vol. 5(2). Accepted, .
  • Clayton, M.F. (date unknown). Clayton, M.F., Supiano, K., Wilson, R.D., Lassche, M. & Latendresse, G. (2016). Using Simulation in Nursing PhD Education: Facilitating Application of Responsible Conduct of Research Principles. Journal of Professional Nursing, 33(1), 68-73. Accepted, .
  • Will, K.K. (date unknown). Will, K.K., Stepanek, J., Brewer, K.K., Colquist, J.A., Cruz, J.E.S., Donald, C.B., Hartsell, Z.C., Hust, S.J., Lowell, A.A., Markiewicz, K.A., Panchmatia, B., Shelton, A.T., Novais, B.S., Wilson, R. (2016). Interprofessional orientation for health professionals utilizing simulated learning: Findings from a pilot study. Journal of Interprofessional Care. Published online http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/ijic20 DOI: 10.3109/13561820.2015.1092116. Accepted, .