Kathleen  Carissimi

Kathleen D Carissimi , DNP, MSN, RN, MEd, CNE,

Assistant Professor, Educator

Procter Hall

275.06

Professional Summary

I have 48 years of experience in the field of nursing education in both teaching and administrative roles. Prior to becoming Director of the online RN to BSN Program at the University of Cincinnati in May 2103, I held assistant director/dean and dean positions in diploma and later its two year associate degree program equivalent.  I facilitated the curriculum course development for the conversion from diploma to associate degree program.  I also facilitated the development and management of a role transitions’ course in a diploma program, as well as in the conversion of the course in an AD program. I was responsible for organizing and coordinating a successful NLNAC, now ACEN, accreditation process.
I hold degrees in nursing and education (DNP, MSN, MEd) and I also am a Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) through 2026.  I have consulted, internally and externally, on Competency-Based Curriculum.  I have presented on the topic at national and regional poster and podium presentations.   I served in a volunteer consultant role for the traditional undergraduate curriculum revision committee. I led the redesign of the RN-BSN curriculum to a competency based conceptual framework and directed its implementation in fall 2018. In June 2019, I stepped aside from my Director role in June 2019, and continued in my role as an Assistant Professor, Educator in the College of Nursing.
I am a member of the steering committee for the Ohio Action Coalition and co-chair the work team for increasing the number of BSN prepared nurses in the Ohio Workforce.
Academic years 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016 - 2017, 2017-2018, 2018-2019, 2019-2020 and 2020-2021, I taught the RN-BSN: Nurse as Professional Leader and Manager online course.  This allowed me to maintain my didactic competency fostered by years of experience in the face-to-face classroom situation.
In my teaching role I have continued to add courses using the online pedogogy. These courses have included graduate courses (NURS8088: The Professorial Role in Nursing Education, NURS8084: Curriculum Design and Student Assessment in Healthcare and NURS8008: Health Policy and undergraduate courses in the RN-BSN Program (NBSN 4062: Scientific Basis, NBSN 4065 Nurse as Professional Leader and Manager, and NBSN 4068: Capstone).
I also had the opportunity to assist the pre-licensure undergraduate program in preparing for the Ohio Board of Nursing Survey Visit in 2018.
 Professional Organizations

  •  Sigma Theta Tau International Nurses’ Honor Society, Beta Iota Chapter: 1991-Present.
  • National League for Nursing: 1974-Present.
  • Ohio League for Nursing: 2001-Present
  • Ohio Association of Advanced Practice Nurses (OAAP): May 2015-May 2017
  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Community (SoTL): (Sponsored by the University  of Cincinnati College of Nursing & Health’s Institute for Nursing Research): 2005-2011
  • Greater Cincinnati Health Council: 2008 – 2013
  • GCHC Nursing Workforce Initiative Committee 2009-2013
  • OCADNEA: Ohio Council of Associate Degree Nursing Education Administrators 2009-2013
  • Ohio Action Coalition Participant-(Implementation of IOM Recommendations 2010 at State Level) 2012 – Present

Education

MSN: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 1992 (Nursing Administration)

MEd: Xavier University Cincinnati, OH, 1977 (Guidance & Counseling)

DNP: University of Southern Indiana Evansville, IN, 2016 (Organizational & Leadership Effectiveness)

BSN: College of Mount St. Joseph Mount St. Joseph. OH, 1971 (Nursing)

Positions and Work Experience

05-20-2013 -08-14-2016 Director, Online RN to BSN Program, DIRECTOR, RN TO BSN PROGRAM and .99 ADJUNCT REPRESENTED (August 2015-Present) DIRECTOR, RN TO BSN PROGRAM and VISITING INSTRUCTOR ( August 2014-July 2015) DIRECTOR, RN TO BSN PROGRAM and ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR (2013-July 2014) , University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

01-20-2006 -02-20-2013 DEAN, DIVISION OF NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES , o DEAN, DIVISION OF NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES and ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF NURSING (2012-2013) o ACADEMIC DEAN, NURSING EDUCATION and ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, NURSING EDUCATION (2009-2012) o ASSISTANT DEAN, ACADEMIC SERVICES, NURSING EDUCATION (2006-2009) ,  The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Cincinnati, OH

07-19-1974 -2007 DIVISION DIRECTOR, ACADEMIC SERVICES, o DIVISION DIRECTOR, ACADEMIC SERVICES (2000-2007) o REGISTERED NURSE, INSTRUCTOR, SCHOOL OF NURSING (1974-2000) ,  The Christ Hospital School of Nursing, Cincinnati, Ohio , Cincinnati, OH

1971 -1974 Registered Nurse- Assistant Team Leader, Providence Hospital , Cincinnati, OH

08-15-2016 -06-26-2019 Director Online RN to BSN Program , University of Cincinnati, College of Nursing

08-15-2016 -08-14-2021 Assistant Professor, Educator, University of Cincinnati- College of Nursing, Cincinnati, Ohio

Research Support

Grant: #211-2017-M-94065 Investigators:Principal Invetigator: Gordon Gillespie 10-01-2017 -12-31-2018 CDC/National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health Developing Workplace Violence and Bullying Case Studies for Training Student Nurses Role:Collaborator $32,467 Active Type:Contract

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Carissimi, K. & Burger, J. (2017. ) "Bridging the Gap: Seamless RN to BSN Degree Transitions" . OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, , 22 (2 ) , More Information

Additional Publications

Presentations

Invited Presentations

Carissimi, K & Rohr, D (11-2015. ) RN to BSN & Cincinnati State Collaboration. Urban Universities for Health, Cincinnati, OH. Professional Meeting. . Level:National

Kathleen Carissimi (04-2016. ) Competency-Based Curriculum Model: A Strategy to Increase the Number of Baccalaureate Prepared Nurses (BSN) in the Ohio Workforce: Model Development, Education, and Gap Analysis . Podium Presentation: 20th Annual Research, Evidence-Based Practice and Performance Improvement in Healthcare Conference, University of Southern Indiana @Evansville, IN. Level:Regional

Carissimi, K & Werdman, E (10-05-2015. ) Competency Based Curriculum .Faculty Development Series, Cincinnati, OH. Level:College

Carissimi, Kathleen (11-20-2017. ) "Bridging the Gap: Seamless RN to BSN Degree Transitions” .2nd World Congress on Nursing & Nurse Education, Miami, Florida. Conference. . Level:International

Poster Presentations

Kathleen Carissimi (04-08-2016. ) (In Press. ) A Competency-Based Curriculum Model: A Strategy to Increase the Number of BSN Prepared Nurses in the Ohio Workforce .Ohio League for Nursing Annual Summit 2016, Columbus Ohio. . Conference. . Level:State

Kathleen Carissimi & Jeri Burger (04-15-2015. ) (In Press. ) Competency-Based Curriculum Model: A Strategy to Increase the Number of Baccalaureate Prepared Nurses (BSN) in the Ohio Workforce: Model Development, Education, and Gap Analysis: Sponsored by University of Southern Indiana College of Nursing & Omicron Psi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society .19th Annual Research, Evidence-Based Practice and Performance Improvement in Healthcare Conference, University of Southern Indiana @Evansville, IN. . Conference. . Level:National

Poster Presentation Carissimi, K. & Green, D. (2019, March) Lessons Learned in Designing a Competency-Based, Conceptual Framework: One Course’s Journey (03-25-2019. ) Lessons Learned in Designing a Competency-Based, Conceptual Framework: One Course’s Journey .Ohio League for Nursing Education Summit, Columbus, Ohio. . Conference. . Level:State

Lecture

Carissimi, Kathleen, D. (08-02-2018. ) Competency IV: Participate in Curriculum Design and Evaluation of Program Outcomes .University of Cincinnati College of Nursing Cincinnati, OH. UC. Level:College

Symposium

Ohio Department of Higher Education (BAD DATE. ) EAB Symposium: Competency-Based Education: Separating Fact from Fiction .Dublin, OH. Professional Meeting. Level:State

Honors and Awards

1985 -2012 Honors and Awards Prior to UC-CoN Hire- Includes State Organization • Appointment as Co-Chair Ohio Action Coalition Work Group: Nursing Education/BSNs in the Workforce (October 2012). • Summa cum laude: 2016 (G.P.A.: 4.0), 1992 (G.P.A.: 4.0), 1977 (G.P.A.: 4.0). • Appointed NLN Ambassador: April 2011. Reappointed in 2013 • Selected as Member of Manchester ‘Who’s Who’: April 2006 • Recipient of The Christ Hospital Associate of the Month Award given for exceptional performance that exemplifies the Health Alliance Mission, Vision, and Values: Calendar Year: 2006. • Recipient of The Christ Hospital Leadership Academy Leadership Challenge Award: December 2004 • The Christ Hospital School of Nursing Yearbook Dedication Award: 1999-2000. • Golden Shoes Award: A three-time recipient (1992, 1989, 1985) of a student-voted award for teaching excellence and leadership.

04-2017 Academic Keys Who's Who in Health Sciences Higher Education Dear Professor CARISSIMI, You have been selected for inclusion in the AcademicKeys Who's Who in Health Sciences Higher Education (WWHSHE): http://healthsciences.academickeys.com/ Status:Recipient Level:National Type:Recognition

Service

UNIVERSITY/ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTER SERVICE (University of Cincinnati Health Sciences Library Advisory Board ) Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 2015 -To Present

CoN (Curriculum Council ) Special Interest Group Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 2013 -To Present

Undergraduate Department (Undergraduate Curriculum Revision Committee ) Consultant Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2015 -To Present

Undergraduate Department (Undergraduate Test Review Committee ) Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2016 -2018

The Cincinnati State Bethesda School of Nursing Advisory Board (The Cincinnati State Bethesda School of Nursing Advisory Board ) Board Member Type:Public Level:Public 2015 -To Present

Ohio Action Coalition ( Ohio Action Coalition Steering Committee & Work Group Co-Lead ) Other Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:State 2012 -To Present

Type:University/College Service Level:College 03-10-2017 -03-10-2017

(• June 2017-Present: Faculty Representative: University of Cincinnati: Learning Management System (LMS) Subcommittee ) Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 06-2017 -To Present

Type:University/College Service Level:College 06-21-2017 -06-21-2017

Type:University/College Service Level:College 05-17-2017 -05-17-2017

University of Cincinnati College Of Nursing (MMI Rater for Undergraduate Program ) Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 11-07-2017 -11-07-2017

University of Cincinnati College Of Nursing (MMI Rater for Undergraduate Program ) Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 12-01-2018 -12-01-2018

(Faculty Affairs Council ) Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 08-2018 -08-2020

(Student Affairs Council ) Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 08-2018 -08-2019

(Student Affairs Council ) Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 08-2019 -08-2021

Type:Departmental Service Level:College 11-01-2019 -11-01-2019

University/College Service College University of Cincinnati College Of Nursing MMI Rater for Undergraduate Program (MMI Rater Undergraduate Traditional ) Member Type:Departmental Service Level:College 11-06-2020 -11-18-2020

Professional Affiliation

04-20-2011 -08-14-2021: Presentation: Ohio Action Coalition Southwest Regional Presentation: Implementation of the SIP (State Implementation Project): Funded by Roberts Woods Johnson Foundation, April 29, 2014. Certified Nurse Educator (CNE): The National League for Nursing Academic Educator Certification Program, April 2011-December 2026 Appointment as Co-Chair OAC Work Group: Nursing Education/BSNs in the Workforce (October 2012). Greater Cincinnati Health Council Presentation to Nurse Education Administrators and Nurse Executives: “Gap Analysis: Comparison of Nurse Educator and Clinical Agency Satisfaction by Skill: Strengthening Preparation to Practice” (2009). Presentation to College’s Board of Directors and the Strategic Planning Team on the Research and Decisions for the Key Strategic Initiative: Diversifying the Educational Portfolio (2011). Masters Thesis (Unpublished):” Analysis of Nursing Work: Professional Staff In The Critical Care Area” (1992).

Courses Taught

Scientific Basis for Evidence Based Practice Level:Undergraduate

Professional Nurse as Leader and Manager Level:Undergraduate

Professional Nurse as Leader and Manager Level:Undergraduate

RN-Capstone Level:Undergraduate

Health Policy Level:Graduate

Professional Nurse as Leader & Manager Level:Undergraduate

Curriculum & Assessment Level:Graduate

Professional Nurse as Leader & Manager Level:Undergraduate

Professional Nurse as Leader & Manager Level:Undergraduate

Scientific Basis for Evidence Based Practice Level:Undergraduate

Professional Leader and Manager Level:Undergraduate

Professional Nurse as Leader and Manager Level:Undergraduate

Health Policy Level:Graduate

-NBSN-4065 RN-BSNNURPROFLDRMGR Level:Undergraduate

-NURS-8084 CURRICULUM & ASSESS Level:Graduate

-NBSN-4065 RN-BSNNURPROFLDRMGR Level:Undergraduate

Professional Nurse as Leader & Manager Level:Undergraduate

Professional Nurse as Leader & Manager Level:Undergraduate

-NURS-8084 CURRICULUM & ASSESS Level:Graduate

-NBSN-4065 RN-BSNNURPROFLDRMGR Level:Undergraduate

-NURS-8084 CURRICULUM & ASSESS Level:Graduate

-NBSN-4065 RN-BSNNURPROFLDRMGR Level:Undergraduate

RN-BSN Nurse as Professional Leader and Manager Level:Undergraduate

-NURS-8088 PROF ROLE NURSE ED

29-NURS-468 RN-PROF LEADER/MNGR Level:Undergraduate

-NBSN-4065 RN-BSNNURPROFLDRMGR Level:Undergraduate

RN-BSN Nurse as Professional Leader and Manager

-NBSN-4065 RN-BSNNURPROFLDRMGR Level:Undergraduate

-NBSN-4065 RN-BSNNURPROFLDRMGR Level:Undergraduate

-NBSN-4065 RN-BSNNURPROFLDRMGR Level:Undergraduate

-NBSN-4062 RN-BSN SCI BAS NURS Level:Undergraduate

-NBSN-4062 RN-BSN SCI BAS NURS Level:Undergraduate

-NURS-8084 CURRICULUM & ASSESS Level:Graduate

-NBSN-4065 RN-BSNNURPROFLDRMGR Level:Undergraduate

-NBSN-4065 RN-BSNNURPROFLDRMGR Level:Undergraduate

-NBSN-4062 RN-BSN SCI BAS NURS Level:Undergraduate

Faculty Development Activities

09-14-2015 -08-20-2016 Date Title Contact Hours Sponsor/Location September 11, 2015 Town Hall Meeting: House Bill 216 1.0 OAAPN September 14, 2015 Organizational Structure & Job Description 1.0 UC: CoN: Institute for Nursing Research and Scholarship October 19, 2015 Competency Based Education 1.0 UC: CoN: Institute for Nursing Research and Scholarship November 16, 2015 Millennials: How do they Learn? 1.0 UC: CoN: Institute for Nursing Research and Scholarship February 8, 2016 Enhancing Team Dynamics 1.0 UC: CoN: Institute for Nursing Research and Scholarship April 8, 2016 2016 Educational Summit; Transforming the Landscape of Nursing Education 5.70: Includes 1.0 Category A Ohio League for Nursing April 13, 2016 20th Annual Research, Evidence-Based Practice and Performance Improvement in Healthcare Conference Participant University of Southern Indiana College of Nursing & Omicron Psi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society April 18, 2016: Midwest Regional Men in Nursing Conference: MAN-UP2: Multiplying Awareness of Nursing’s Unifying Potential 5.50 , Type:Other

06-24-2017 -06-24-2017 Ohio Nurse Practice Act Standards of Safe Nursing Practice 1.0 Contact Hour of Category A on the Ohio Nurse Practice Act, Wild Iris Medical Education, INC Online Type:Online Class

09-08-2016 -09-08-2016 Answering the Call to Action: Addressing the Nation’s Opioid Crisis Answering the Call to Action: Addressing the Nation’s Opioid Crisis Presenters: Kristen Huntley National Institutes of Health National Institute on Drug Abuse, Center for Clinical Trials Network, American Association of Colleges of Nursing Online Type:Online Class

09-22-1016 -09-22-2016 Understanding the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain and other National Movements Understanding the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain and other National Movements Presenters: Debbie Dowell, MD, MPH Senior Medical Advisor for the Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Commander in the U.S. Public Health Service Jackie Rowles, DNP, MBA, CRNA, ANP-BC, FAAPM, FAAN Nurse Anesthesia Program Director Marian University, American Association of Colleges of Nursing Online Type:Online Class

08-31-2016 -05-20-2017 Program Grant Boot Camp Program Grant Boot Camp Curriculum Offered by the Institute for Nursing Research and Scholarship: Session Topic Deliverable 1 Overview of grants and calendaring for grant development Identify dedicated time for each participant to work on their grant 2 Identifying the problem 1-3 sentences describing the problem/issue to address in the selected program 3 Literature Search Build a Refworks database with literature on the problem to be addressed 4 Needs Assessment Identify the needs assessment tools currently being used in your program and identify instruments to be implemented in your grant 5 Finding Funding Sources Identify at least 2 potential funding opportunities 6 Reading the Grant Call Create a grant pieces and parts chart that accompanies the funding opportunity of interest 7 Breaking Down the Grant Call Complete a biosketch 8 Forming Teams Craft sample letters of support, create agenda for first team meeting, invite team members to boot camp sessions 9 Determining information/data needed for argument and exposure to existing datasets Create list of the data needed to frame argument 10 How to Make the Argument Write 1-3 page argument that justifies the proposed project 11 SMART Objectives and How to Write Them Develop SMART objectives for project 12 Logic Models Generate a logic model for SMART objectives 13 Approach vs. Work Plan Develop a work plan for proposed project 14 Program Grant Evaluation Develop evaluation and data management plans 15 Budget and Budget Justification Develop a draft budget 16 Review Process Conduct mock review of colleague’s draft proposal , University of Cincinnati College of Nursing INRS University of Cincinnati Type:Self-Study Program

11-14-2016 -11-14-2016 Un-Masking Barriers to Effective Communication & Team Building November 14, 2016: Un-Masking Barriers to Effective Communication & Team Building 1.0 contact hours, UC CoN: INRS & DAC Educational Forum Online Type:Online Class

05-03-2017 -05-03-2017 Motivate, Advocate, Navigate, Unite, Protect May 3, 2017: MAN-UP3: Motivate, Advocate, Navigate, Unite, Protect 6.0 Contact Hours, Men in Nursing Organization Cincinnati, OH Type:Continuing Education Program

04-19-2017 -BAD DATE EAB Symposium: Competency-Based Education: Separating Fact from Fiction Hosted by Ohio Department of Education Columbus, OH Type:Conference Attendance

08-25-2015 -12-08-2015 NURS 854 CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF PRACTICE University of Southern Indiana College of Nursing and Health Professions NURS 854 CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF PRACTICE Course Syllabus FALL 2015 The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease. ~ Thomas Edison TITLE: NURS 854 Critical Appraisal of Practice CREDIT: 3 hours PRE-REQUISITES: NURS 713, NURS 866 FACULTY: C. Elizabeth (Beth) Bonham, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC Office: HP 2102 Telephone: 812-465-1164 Website: http://faculty.usi.edu/ecbonham Email: ecbonham@usi.edu Office Hours: Tuesdays 1-3 pm CST and by appointment COURSE DESCRIPTION This course focuses on the application of best evidence to promote nursing practice at the highest level. Students explore current research and propose methods to utilize newly acquired knowledge in current practice situations ensuring quality outcomes. Students synthesize concepts from biophysical, psychosocial, sociopolitical, cultural, economic, and nursing science to impact and to understand the consequences of advanced practice decisions. Doctor of Nursing Practice Essentials (2011) and Healthy People 2020 are used as frameworks for exploring the potential impact of advanced practice decisions. COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. Discriminate appraisal skills to critique literature that evaluates evidence based care (DNP Essential 3). 2. Utilize research methods to search and appraise literature (DNP Essential 1). 3. Incorporate social media as an approach to communicate, collect, and disseminate information (DNP Essential 4). 4. Develop reflection as a technique to enrich clinical practice (DNP Essential 8). 5. Assess verbal and written skills as means of communicating knowledge. COURSE GOALS Using the AACN template of DNP Essentials and USI Graduate Nursing Program Outcomes, at the completion of this course, the student will be able to: 1. Use advanced level of nursing judgment, systems thinking, and accountability to design, implement, and evaluate evidence-based care to improve outcomes. 2. Educate and guide individuals and groups through complex health and situational transitions. 3. Integrate a comprehensive and systematic assessment of health and illness parameters to address complex situations. 4. Guide and support other nurses to achieve excellence in nursing practice. , University of Southern Indiana College of Nursing and Health Professions Evansville, IN Type:Online Class

08-25-2015 -12-08-2015 TITLE: NURS717 – Cultural diversity UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS COURSE SYLLABUS Fall 2015 ________________________________________ TITLE: NURS717 – Cultural diversity CREDITS: 2 hours LEVEL OF STUDENT/PLACEMENT: Admission to the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program FACULTY: Dr. Connie Swenty Office phone: (812) 461- 5408 Cell phone: (573) 647 – 1726 Email: cfswenty@usi.edu Course Description: This course focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively interact with and serve culturally diverse populations. Topics related to age, race, ethnicity, gender, class, and disabilities will be emphasized. Concepts related to workforce diversity, health care belief systems, patient rights and management of health care appropriate to the patient population will also be explored. Culturally based assessment tools will be critiqued. Healthy People 2020 objectives will be used a framework to explore health care needs of the culturally diverse population. , University of Southern Indiana College of Nursing and Health Professions Evansville, IN Type:Online Class

08-25-2015 -12-08-2015 N872 Capstone Project V: Project Report University of Southern Indiana College of Nursing and Health Professions Course Syllabus TITLE: N872 Capstone Project V: Project Report CREDITS: 1 credit hour PREREQUISITE COURSES: N871 FACULTY: Mellisa Hall, DNP, AGPCNP-BC, FNP-BC (Course Coordinator) Office #: HP 2133 Office Phone #: 465-1168 E-mail: mhall@usi.edu Course Description: This course focuses on the development of the final capstone project report. Students will develop a comprehensive report describing their project, implementation, evaluation, and results. This course is part of a six semester sequence required of all DNP students. , University of Southern Indiana College of Nursing and Health Professions Evansville, IN Type:Online Class

01-2016 -04-2016 N855 Synthesis of Nursing Practice University of Southern Indiana College of Nursing and Health Professions N855 Synthesis of Nursing Practice Spring Semester, 2016 Course Syllabus TITLE: N855 Synthesis of Nursing Practice CREDIT: 3 hour LEVEL OF STUDENT PLACEMENT: Admission to DNP program PRE-REQUISITE: N854 Critical Appraisal of Practice FACULTY: Katherine Riedford, PhD, PMHNP-BC, RN Email: kmriedford@usi.edu Work Phone: 812 461-5369 COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will focus on the promotion, financing and implementation of evidenced based projects, products or services to improve nursing practice and health care delivery. Utilizing newly acquired knowledge, students will appraise their current practice environments and as appropriate to the student’s practice agenda, the students will either prepare a marketing or business plan that will justify the need and viability of their evidenced based project, product or service or secure internal or external funding that will help sustain their project, product, or service. Role transition will be integrated into the course content. , University of Southern Indiana College of Nursing and Health Professions Evansville, IN Type:Online Class

06-24-2017 -06-24-2019 Healthcare Provider- Adult, Infant, Child, & AED Training American Health Care Academy online Type:Other

05-18-2017 -05-18-2017 Appreciative Advising Workshop Learn the Ropes of Appreciative Advising to Enhance Student Learning and Optimize Student Success. Appreciative Advising (AA) is one of the most powerful educational trends to sweep across college campuses in decades. First proposed by Jennifer Bloom a little over a decade ago, this advisement policy has been employed by colleges across the Southeast with revolutionary results. Based upon the organizational development theory of Appreciative Inquiry and Positive Psychology literature, Appreciative Advising provides a flexible framework for you to optimize student success. , UC CoN Office of Student Affairs University of Cincinnati Type:Workshop

02-26-2018 -02-26-2018 Evaluating Innovations in the Classroom At the end of this presentation, learners were able to: 1. Demonstrate awareness of faculty and student perceptions of active learning strategies utilized in the classroom 2. Identify strategies for evaluating new education interventions in the classroom, INRS Educational Forum-University of Cincinnati College of Nursing Cincinnati, OH Type:Continuing Education Program

10-2017 -04-2018 IPC Teaching Strategy Quality Improvement Review A Not Human Subjects determination quality improvement review of the effectiveness of an interprofessional collaboration strategy using a pre/post survey aggregate analysis, University of Cincinnati College Of Nursing Cincinnati, OH Type:Other

03-29-2019 -03-29-2019 2019 Education Summit: Nursing Education's Path to the Future: Compassion, Creativity, & Partnerships 1. Describe the components of interprofessional education & collaborative practice. 2. Explain the use of theoretical models and evaluation methods that can frame IPE and CP initiatives. 3. Describe the accomplishments and future direction of the Ohio Action Coalition. 4. Examine current teaching methods, projects or research activities being used in nursing programs that promote student learning., Ohio League for Nursing Columbus, OH Type:Continuing Education Program

06-26-2019 -06-26-2019 Healthcare Provider- Adult, Infant, Child, & AED Training CPR Renewal 06/26/2019-06/26/2021, American Health Care Academy Online Type:Online Class

07-22-2019 -07-22-2019 Ohio Nurse Practice Act: 1 Hour Category A Accredited as Provider by American Nurses Credentialing Center COA, CEU Fast Nursing CE Online Type:Continuing Education Program

07-22-2019 -07-22-2019 Conflict Management Accredited as provider by American Nurses Credentialing Center COA., CEU Fast Nursing CE Online Type:Continuing Education Program

07-22-2019 -07-22-2019 Chronic Kidney Disease & Its Main Comorbidities Accredited as provider by American Nurses Credentialing Center COA, CEU Fast Nursing CE Online Type:Continuing Education Program

07-23-2019 -07-23-2019 ABG Interpretation Accredited as provider by American Nurses Credentialing Center COA, CEU Fast Nursing CE Online Type:Continuing Education Program

07-24-2019 -07-24-2019 Coaching & Mentoring for Success Accredited as provider by American Nurses Credentialing Center COA, CEU Fast Nursing CE Online Type:Continuing Education Program

07-25-2019 -07-25-2019 Allergy versus Side Effects: The Confusion Must Stop Accredited as provider by American Nurses Credentialing Center COA, CEU Fast Nursing CE Online Type:Continuing Education Program

07-25-2019 -07-25-2019 Depression Accredited as provider by American Nurses Credentialing Center COA, CEU Fast Nursing CE Online Type:Continuing Education Program

07-25-2019 -07-25-2019 Calling the Doctor Should Not Be This Hard Accredited as provider by American Nurses Credentialing Center COA, CEU Fast Nursing CE Online Type:Continuing Education Program

07-26-2019 -07-26-2019 Critical Thinking Accredited as provider by American Nurses Credentialing Center COA, CEU Fast Nursing CE Online Type:Continuing Education Program

07-26-2019 -02-26-2018 Congestive Heart Failure: The Essence of Heart Failure Accredited as provider by American Nurses Credentialing Center COA, CEU Fast Nursing CE Online Type:Continuing Education Program

04-14-2020 -04-14-2020 Be You! Authentic Leadership Presentation and discussion about the use of authentic leadership, a relational leadership style, in building healthy work environments and high reliability organizations., Lippincott Professional Development Online Type:Workshop

04-15-2020 -04-15-2020 How to Teach Clinical Judgment in Nursing Examined the thought processes involved in clinical judgment that allows healthcare providers to arrive at a conclusion (clinical decision-making) based on objective and subjective information about a patient., Lippincott Professional Development Online Type:Workshop

03-24-2020 -03-24-2020 Can't Pour from an Empty Cup- Stress Less at Work Review stress and the impact of stress in these COVID-19 times. Offered and demonstrated successful strategies to manage stress, Be Well UC Online Type:Workshop

07-29-2020 -07-29-2020 PTSD- Caring for Patients During a Double Pandemic UC College of Nursing, Cincinnati, OH 45219. Webinar online Type:Continuing Education Program

08-12-2020 -08-12-2020 C’mon! Not another Initiative: Taking TEAM Steppes into Just Culture & HRQs American Hospital Association (AHA) Training ANCC accredited for continuing education. Webinar online Type:Continuing Education Program

09-10-2020 -09-10-2020 Psychological Safety and Building Strength in Teams American Hospital Association (AHA) Training ANCC accredited for continuing education. Webinar online Type:Continuing Education Program

03-23-2021 -03-23-2021 Gut Microbiome in Cancer UC CON’s Institute for Nursing Research and Scholarship online Type:Continuing Education Program

04-02-2021 -04-02-2021 The Fair Testing Imperative in Nursing Education: Overview and 2020 Updates Lippincott Professional Development: online Type:Continuing Education Program

04-08-2021 -04-08-2021 Test Writing for the Next Generation NCLEX Ohio League for Nursing online Type:Continuing Education Program

04-09-2021 -04-09-2021 Today Won't Work Tomorrow: The Future of Nursing Education Lies Ahead Lippincott Professional Development: online Type:Continuing Education Program

04-15-2021 -04-15-2021 COVID-19: Transforming Nursing Education & Practice for the New Paradigm of Care Lippincott Professional Development online Type:Continuing Education Program

04-16-2021 -04-16-2021 NLN Taking Aim at Good Teaching: Engaging Learners National League for Nursing online Type:Continuing Education Program

04-23-2021 -04-23-2021 SONK Consortium 2021: Opportunity Awaits: Are We Ready to Be Disruptive Innovators in Healthcare? St. Elizabeth Healthcare accredited by ANCC. online Type:Continuing Education Program

05-04-2021 -05-04-2021 Ohio Nurse Practice Act- 1 Hour Category A CEU Fast Nursing CE Accredited as provider by American Nurses Credentialing Center online Type:Continuing Education Program

05-05-2021 -05-05-2021 A Looming Threat within a Pandemic: Vaccine Hesitancy and Refusal Lippincott Professional Development: online Type:Continuing Education Program

05-05-2021 -05-05-2021 Assaultive Behavior & Workplace Violence CEU Fast Nursing CE Accredited as provider by American Nurses Credentialing Center online Type:Continuing Education Program

Contact Information

Home - 7850 Stoneleigh Lane
Cincinnati  Ohio, 45255
Phone: 513-505-3046
kathleen.carissimi@uc.edu