All of the courses in Messiah’s graduate program in nursing are taught by experienced Messiah University faculty who are accomplished nurses and educators. Messiah's faculty encourage students to consider faith, the faith of others, and the relationship between nursing and issues connected to faith in your profession.

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Submissions from 2020

US military spouses' experiences transitioning abroad: A narrative analysis, Brenda Elliott

Learning transfer and transition of certified nursing assistants’ to baccalaureate nursing programs, Brenda Elliott, Julie A. Beck, and Jennifer Buffenbarger

Submissions from 2019

Ileostomy Care: A Guide for Home Care Clinicians, Linda Berti-Hearn and Brenda Elliott

Urostomy Care: A Guide for Home Care Clinicians, Linda Berti-Hearn and Brenda Elliott

Qualitative Data from A Mixed-Methods Study, Brenda Elliott

Committing to my mission: Faculty experiences with student veterans in baccalaureate nursing education, Brenda Elliott, Katie A. Chargualaf, and Barbara Patterson

Support for Young Black Urban Women after Perinatal Loss, Kimberly H. Fenstermacher and Judith E. Hupcey

COLOSTOMY CARE A Guide for Home Care Clinicians, Berti Hearn Linda and Brenda Elliott

Understanding learning transfer of veterans in baccalaureate nursing programs: Their experience as student nurses, Barbara Patterson, Brenda Elliott, and Katie A. Chargualaf

Discovering a New Purpose: Veterans' Transition to Nursing Education, Barbara J. Patterson, Brenda Elliott, and Katie A. Chargualaf

Submissions from 2018

A closer look at lower extremity peripheral arterial disease, Linda Berti-Hearn and Brenda Elliott

A Resource Guide to Improve Nursing Care and Transition to Self-Care for Patients with Ostomies, Linda Berti-Hearn and Brenda Elliott

From military to academic nursing: Embracing an untapped leadership resource, Katie A. Chargualaf, Brenda Elliott, and Barbara Patterson

Civilian Nurses' Knowledge, Confidence, and Comfort Caring for Military Veterans, Brenda Elliott

Perspectives From Home Care for Guiding Patients and Families to a Successful Transition Home After Same-Day Surgery, Jessica Lahr and Brenda Elliott

GOING ALONG with IT: NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE NURSES' VIEWS of A DONOR MILK PRACTICE CHANGE, Alaina R. Miller, Kimberly Fenstermacher, and Barbara L. Buchko

Initiation of standardized depression screening in college health: A quality improvement project, Kristen Slabaugh, Shannon Harris, and Samuel Wilcock

Submissions from 2017

The Transition from Military Nurse to Nurse Faculty: A Descriptive Study, Katie A. Chargualaf, Brenda Elliott, and Barbara Patterson

End-of-Life Care for WW II, Korea, and Vietnam-Era Veterans, Brenda Elliott

Finding and creating opportunity: Nurses married to members of the military, Brenda Elliott

Military to civilian nurse: Personal and professional reconstruction, Brenda Elliott, Katie A. Chargualaf, and Barbara Patterson

Improving patient transitions from hospital to home: Practical advice from nurses, Brenda Elliott and Marybeth De Angelis

Joining Forces: The Status of Military and Veteran Health Care in Nursing Curricula, Brenda Elliott and Barbara Patterson

Submissions from 2015

But What Does the Patient Want?, Brenda Elliott

Caring for Vietnam Veterans, Brenda Elliott

Military nurses adjust to postdeployment life, Brenda Elliott

Military nurses' experiences returning from war, Brenda Elliott

A Day in the Life of a Nursing Student During a Hospice Rotation, Brenda Elliott and Hailey Richardson

A day in the life of a home care physical therapist, Joy A. Stackhouse and Brenda Elliott

Submissions from 2014

A day in the life of a home care nurse in Hawaii, Brenda Elliott

Considering home healthcare nursing?, Brenda Elliott

Postdeployment: A military nurse's journey, Brenda Elliott

Enduring to gain new perspective: A grounded theory study of the experience of perinatal bereavement in black adolescents, Kimberly H. Fenstermacher

Submissions from 2013

Perinatal bereavement: A principle-based concept analysis, Kimberly Fenstermacher and Judith E. Hupcey

Submissions from 2012

Online learning: An innovative solution to meeting the challenges of staff education, Brenda Elliott and Cynthia A. Dillon

Submissions from 2011

Preventing avoidable hospitalizations, Donna Berry, Diane M. Costanzo, Brenda Elliott, and Andrew Miller

Palliative needs of spousal caregivers of patients with heart failure followed up at specialized heart failure centers, Judith E. Hupcey, Kimberly Fenstermacher, Lisa Kitko, and Janet Fogg

Targeted crisis resource management training improves performance among randomized nursing and medical students, Tara S. Jankouskas, Kim Kopenhaver Haidet, Judith E. Hupcey, and Ann Kolanowski

Submissions from 2010

Achieving medical stability: Wives' experiences with heart failure, Judith E. Hupcey, Kimberly Fenstermacher, Lisa Kitko, and Janice Penrod

Submissions from 2009

A model of palliative care for heart failure, Judith E. Hupcey, Janice Penrod, and Kimberly Fenstermacher

The exploration of the lived experience of the graduate nurse making the transition to registered nurse during the first year of practice, Louann B. Zinsmeister and Deborah Schafer

Submissions from 2008

Annual competencies through self-governance and evidence-based learning, Tara Seifert Jankouskas, Renee Dugan, Tracy Fisher, and Kathryn Freeman

Submissions from 2007

A method for designing symmetrical simulation scenarios for evaluation of behavioral skills, Mary Chasko Bush, Tara S. Jankouskas, Elizabeth H. Sinz, and Sally Rudy

Crisis resource management: Evaluating outcomes of a multidisciplinary team, Tara Jankouskas, Mary Chasko Bush, Bosseau Murray, and Sally Rudy

Submissions from 2001

A continuous curriculum for building code blue competency, Tara Seifert Jankouskas