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University of Colorado College of Nursing

College of Nursing
 

Diane J. Skiba, PhD, FACMI, ANEF, FAAN

Professor; Option Coordinator, Health Care Informatics; Project Director, I-Collaboratory: Partnerships for Learning


Diane Skiba

Diane.Skiba@ucdenver.edu

Since 1982, Diane Skiba has taught nurses in the field of Nursing Informatics. Skiba is currently funded by a Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) Division of Nursing Advanced Nurse Education training grant to prepare nurses in the field of Informatics. This grant supports online master’s degree and post-master's programs targeting educators and funds the I-Collaboratory, an innovative online community to support informatics learners.

Skiba was recently appointed to the National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice (NACNEP). NACNEP advises the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Congress on policy issues related to the Title VIII programs administered by the HRSA Bureau of Health Professions Division of Nursing, including nurse workforce supply, education, and practice improvement.

Skiba writes a column on Emerging Technologies for the National League for Nursing’s Nursing Educational Perspectives journal. Skiba and her colleagues, Drs. Helen Connors (University of Kansas), Diane Billings and Pamela Jeffries (Indiana University), and Mary Anne Rizzolo (NLN) were recently awarded one of the HRSA funded Faculty Development: Integrating Technology into Nursing Education and Practice Initiative grants. This five-year grant is designed to prepare faculty to learn about informatics, telehealth, simulations, and other emerging educational technologies.

Skiba is an honorary member of Sigma Theta Tau and the American Academy of Nursing. In 2005, she was awarded the National League for Nursing Excellence in Teaching Award.

Degree Awarding Institution Field of Study Graduation Date
PhD University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. Research Methods, Applied Statistics 1979
MEd University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. Research Methods & Evaluation 1975
BA Southern Connecticut State University Psychology 1974
Title Organization Year
Virginia K. Saba Nursing Informatics Signature Award  American Medical Informatics Association November 2014
Honorary Fellow, Academy of Nursing Education National League for Nursing

​​September 2014
Commendation & US Flag Camp Bastion Role 3 Hospital: Helmand Province Afghanistan on Behalf of the Men and Women of the US Armed Forces Serving our Nation at Camp Bastion during Operation Enduring Freedom January 2012
Certificate of Recognition Office of the National Coordinator November 2011
Dean’s Teaching Award ​University of Colorado College of Nursing May 2010
Virginia K. Saba Nursing Informatics Leadership Award Sigma Theta Tau November 2009
Nursing Informatics Working Group: Honorary Member International Medical Informatics Association August 2007
Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Nursing Informatics 
Rutgers University  ​June 2007
Excellence in Teaching Award National League for Nursing October 2005
Dean's Teaching Award College of Nursing University of Colorado May 2005
Fellow American College of Medical Informatics November 2003
Honorary Fellow American Academy of Nursing November 2000
Leadership Award University of Colorado , College of Nursing. May 1998
Chancellor' Teaching Award (Graduate Education) University of Colorado May 1997
Council of Nursing Informatics Award National League for Nursing May 1996
Graduate Teaching Award University of Colorado , College of Nursing. May 1996
Information Technology Award Region I Sigma Theta Tau International. (Denver Free-Net) February, 1995
Bridge to the Future: Innovations in Teaching Award University of Colorado . Chancellor's Award. May, 1994
Excellence in Nursing Recognition Award University of Massachusetts Medical Center May, 1988
Honorary Member Sigma Theta Tau International November 1987
  1. PUBLICATIONS 

    Books: 

    Ronald, J., & Skiba, D. (1987). Guidelines for Basic Computer Education in Nursing. New York: National League for Nursing.

     Chapters:

    Skiba, D. & Connors, H. (In process). Technology and Informatics. In J. Giddens (Ed.) Concepts for Nursing Practice e2.  Elsevier.

    Skiba, D.,  Knapfel, S. & Lee, Chanmi (2015)Social Media in the Connected Age: Impact on Healthcare Education and Practice. In V. K. Saba, K. McCormick (Eds). Essentials of Nursing Informatics.  Sixth Edition.  New York: McGraw Hill.

    Knapfel, S. Moore, G. & Skiba, D. (2014). Second Life and Other Virtual Emerging Simulations.  In P. Jeffries (Ed.) Clinical Simulations in Nursing Education:  Advanced Concepts, Trends, and Opportunities, Philadelphia:  PA, J.B. Lippincott, Williams, and Wilkins.

    Skiba, D., Guillory, P. and Dickson, E.  (2014).  Social Media in Health Care.  Staggers, N, & Nelson, R. (Eds). Health Informatics: An Interprofessional Approach.  St. Louis, MO: Elsevier.

    Skiba, D., Guillory, P. & Olmsted, K. (2011). Web 2.0 and its Impact on Health Care Education and Practice. In V. K. Saba, K. McCormick (Eds). Essentials of Nursing Informatics.  Fifth Edition.  New York: McGraw Hill.

    Skiba, D.  & Dulong, D. (2011). TIGER Collaboratives and Diffusion. In M. Ball, D. Dulong, J. Douglas, B. Gugerty, K. Hannah, S. Newbold, J.Sensmeier, D. Skiba & M. Troseth (eds).  Where Caring and Technology Meet. 4th Edition.  New York: Springer.

    Skiba, D. & Rizzolo, M. (2011).  Education and Faculty Development.  In M. Ball, D. Dulong, J. Douglas, B. Gugerty, K. Hannah, S. Newbold, J.Sensmeier, D. Skiba & M. Troseth (eds).  Where Caring and Technology Meet. 4th Edition.  New York: Springer.

    Skiba, D. & Dulong, D.  (2010). The Role of Technology in the Organization and Delivery of Health Care. In D. Nickitas, D. Middaugh & N. Aries (Eds).  Being and Becoming a Policy Influential: Advocacy and Action for Nurses and Other Health Care Professionals.  Massachusetts: Jones & Barlett.

    Skiba, D. Connors, H. & Honey, M.  (2010). Growth in Nursing Informatics Educational Programs to Meet Demands.  In Charlotte A. Weaver, Connie White Delaney, Patrick Weber, and Robyn L. Carr (Eds).  Nursing and Informatics for the 21st Century: An International Look at Practice, Trends and the Future, Second Edition.

    Skiba, D. (2010). E-Learning.  In P. Cowen & S. Moorhead (Eds.).  Current Issues in Nursing: 8th Edition.  St. Louis: Mosby Publishers.

    Bakken, S., Brennan, P., Currie, L. Dykes, P. Johnson, K., Newbold, S. & Skiba, D. (2009). Personal Health Information Management Systems & Education: United States.   In K. Saranto, P. Brennan & A. Casey (Eds). Personal Health Information Management: Tools and Strategies for Citizen’s Engagement.  Koupio, Finland: Koupio University Library.

    Skiba, D., Blazun, H., Ehrenberg, A., Marin, H. & Moen, A.  (2009). Personal Health Information Management Systems & Education: Preparing nurses to Practice in a Wired World.  In K. Saranto, P. Brennan & A. Casey (Eds). Personal Health Information Management: Tools and Strategies for Citizen’s Engagement.  Koupio, Finland: Koupio University Library.

    Skiba, D. (2006).  Web-based education.  In P. Cowen & S. Moorhead (Eds.).  Current Issues in Nursing: 7th Edition.  St. Louis: Mosby Publishers

    Skiba, D., Carty, B. & Nelson, R.  (2006). Growth of Nursing Informatics Programs: Skills and Competencies.  In C. Weaver, C. Delaney, P. Weber & R. Carr (Eds.).  Nursing and Informatics for the 21st century: An International Look at Trends, Cases and the Future.  Chicago, IL: Healthcare information Systems Society Press.

    Skiba, D. Barton, A. & Nielsen, M.  (2006). Innovations in Telehealth.  In V.K. Saba and K. McCormick (Eds.). Essentials of Computers for Nurses: Informatics for the New Millennium. Fourth Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill.

    Saba, V. Skiba, D. & Bickford, C.  (2005).  Competencies and Credentialing: Nursing Informatics.  In J. Mantas and E. Hovenga (Eds.). Globalisation of health care informatics education: Associated Issues.  Amsterdam: ISO Press.

    Skiba, D., Sorensen, L. McCarthy, MB & Brownrigg, V. (2005).  Telehealth applications in case management. In E. Cohen and T. Cesta (Eds.). Nursing Case Management: From Concept to Evaluation. Fourth Edition. New York: Mosby & Yearbook, Inc.

    Barton, A. and Skiba, D. (2005) The Data-Driven Health Care Environment: Methods of Gathering and Presenting Relevant Data about Health Care Systems. In E. Cohen and T. Cesta (Eds.). Nursing Case Management: From Concept to Evaluation. Fourth Edition. New York: Mosby & Yearbook, Inc.

    Skiba, D.  (2004).  Research Collaboratories: Using technologies to advance science. In J. Fitzpatrick & K. Montgomery (Eds).  Internet and Nursing Research: A Guide to Strategies, Skills, and Resources.  New York: Springer Publishing Co.

    Strachan, H., Hoy, D., Moen, A., Park, Hyeoun Ae, Saba, V. and Skiba, D. (2002).  Critical Pathways and Outcomes:  Using evidence-based practice in community and home health care. In John McArthur, Robyn Carr, Lucy Westbrooke, Michelle Honey & Suzanne Bakken (Eds).  Post Congress Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Nursing Use of Computers and Information Science.  Springer-Verlag.

    Skiba, D.  (2002) The Net Generation: Implications for Nursing Education and Practice. The Living Book of Teaching & Learning.  New York: National League for Nursing.  Available at: http://electronicvision.com/nln/chapter01/index.htm

    Skiba, D. (2002). Emerging technologies role in accessing and applying evidence to practice.  In John McArthur, Robyn Carr, Lucy Westbrooke, Michelle Honey & Suzanne Bakken (Eds).  Post Congress Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Nursing Use of Computers and Information Science.  Springer-Verlag.

    Skiba, D. and Barton, A. (2001) Innovations in Telehealth. In V.K. Saba and K. McCormick (Eds.). Essentials of Computers for Nurses: Informatics for the New Millennium. Third Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill.

    Barton, A. and Skiba, D. (2000) The Data-Driven Health Care Environment: Methods of Gathering and Presenting Relevant Data about Health Care Systems. In E. Cohen and T. Cesta (Eds.). Nursing Case Management: From Concept to Evaluation. Third Edition. New York: Mosby & Yearbook, Inc.

    Skiba, Diane (2000).   The Learning Circle: A Collaborative Model to Promote Nursing Informatics Education.  In B. Carty (Editor) Nursing Informatics: Education for Practice.  New York: Springer Publishing Company.

    Holloway, N., Kripps, B., Koepke, K. & Skiba, D. (2000).  Evaluating Healthcare Information on the Internet. In J. Fitzpatrick & K. Montgomery (Editors) Internet Resources for Nurses.  New York:  Springer Publishing Company.

    Skiba, D. and Barton, A. (2000) Health-Oriented Telecommunications. In M. Ball, K. Hannah, & S. Newbold and J. Douglass (Eds.). Where Caring and Technology Meet. Third Edition. New York: Springer-Verlag.

    Skiba, D. & Mirque, D. (1996). The New Electronic Health Care Community: The Denver Free-Net. In B. Heller, M.E. Mills & C. Romano (Eds.). Information Management: Strategies and Support for Data Driven Decisions in Nursing and Health Care. New York: Springer Verlag.

    Skiba, D. (1995). Health Oriented Telecommunications. In M. Ball, K. Hannah, S. Newbold, & J. Douglas (Eds.). Where Caring and Technology Meet. Second Edition. New York: Springer-Verlag.

    Skiba, D. & Mirque, D. (1993). Community Computing: Linking Health and Human Services Resources to the Community. In B. Glastonbury (Ed.), Human Welfare and Technology. The Netherlands: Van Gorcum, Assem.

    Skiba, D., Simpson, R., & Ronald, J. (1992). HealthQuest/HBO Nurse Scholars Program: A Corporate Sponsorship with Nursing Education. In J. Arnold and G. Pearson (Eds.). Computer Applications in Nursing Education and Practice. New York: National League for Nursing.

    Grobe, S., Poika, M., Edmunds, L., Hinterreiter, J., Mandil, S., Marr, P, Skiba, D., Vandewal, D., Zielstorff, R. (1991). Health Care Information Technology: Implications for Change. Working Group Three. In P. Marr, R. Axford, & S. Newbold (Eds.). Nursing Informatics '91: Post Conference, Volume 46. Springer-Verlag.

    Skiba, D. (1991). The electronic community: Will computer-mediated communication have an impact on nursing practice. In P. Marr, R. Axford, & S. Newbold (Eds), Nursing Informatics '91: Post Conference, Volume 46. Springer-Verlag.

    Grobe, S., Holzemer, W., Larson, D., & Skiba, D. J., et al. (1990). Decision Support Systems in Nursing Education. In J. Ozbolt, D. Vandeval and K. Hannah (Eds.), Decision Support Systems in Nursing. St. Louis, MO: C.V. Mosby Co.

    Ronald, J. & Skiba, D. (1988). Computer Education for Nurses: Curriculum issues and guidelines. In Hans E. Peterson (1988). Preparing Nurses for Using Information Systems, New York: NLN.

     

    Articles-Refereed

     

    Moore, G. Trinkley, K., Estes, K., Knapfel, S., Skiba, D. & Barton, D. (In press). Informatics Tools to Integrate Interprofessional Education in Doctor of Pharmacy and Advanced Practice Nursing Curricula. Journal of Interprofessional Care: Theme Issue: Interprofessional practice, education and informatics

    Brennan,P., Valdez, R., Alexander, G., Arora, S., Bernstram, E., Edmunds, M., Kirienko, N., Martin, R., Sim, I., Skiba, D. & Rosenbloom, T. (2014). Patient-centered care, collaboration, communication, and coordination: A report from AMIA’s 2013 Policy Meeting.  Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, DOI: http://dx.doi.org.hsl-ezproxy.ucdenver.edu/10.1136/amiajnl-2014-003176 First published online: 30 October 2014 amiajnl-2014-003176.

    Skiba, D., Barton, A., Knapfel, S., Moore, G. & Trinkley (2014). Infusing Informatics into Interprofessional Education: The iTEAM (Interprofessional Technology Enhanced Advanced practice Model) Project. In K. Saranto, C. Weaver & P. Chang (eds).  East Meets West: eSMART.  Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Nursing Informatics.  Leiden, Netherlands: IOS Press.

    Knapfel, S., Plattner, B., Santo, T. & Tyndall, S. (2014). Promotion of Meaningful Use of a Personal Health Record in Second Life. In K. Saranto, C. Weaver & P. Chang (eds).  East Meets West: eSMART.  Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Nursing Informatics.  Leiden, Netherlands: IOS Press.  [Faculty Mentor]

    Skiba, D. Glance-Cleveland, B., Gilbert, K., Gilbert, L. & Bandeaux, D.  (2012).  Comparing the effectiveness of CDSS on Provider’s Behaviors to Implement Obesity Prevention Guidelines.  In Abbott, P.A., Hulling, C., Ramirez, C., Newbold, C., & Nagle, L. (Eds).  Studies in Informatics:  Advancing Global Health through Informatics.  Proceedings of the NI2012. The 11th International Congress of Nursing Informatics.   (pp. 376-380). Bethesda, MD: American Medical Informatics Association.

    Barton, A & Skiba (2012). Creating Social Media Policies for Education and Practice. In Abbott, P.A., Hullin, C., Ramirez, C., Newbold, C., & Nagle, L. (Eds).  Studies in Informatics:  Advancing Global Health through Informatics.  Proceedings of the NI2012. The 11th International Congress of Nursing Informatics.   (pp. 16-20). Bethesda, MD: American Medical Informatics Association.

    Sakraida, T., Spotanski, A. & Skiba, D. (October, 2010). Web 2.0 Evolves to Research 2.0 Post-Award Management.  Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI), 14 (3). Available at http:ojni.org/14_3/Sakraida.pdf

    Skiba, D. & Barton, A. (2009). Using social software to transform informatics education. In K. Saranto, P. Brennan, H. Park, M. Tallberg & A. Ensio. (Eds): Connecting Health & Humans: Proceedings of NI2009.  The 10th International Congress of Nursing Informatics. Amsterdam: IOS Press, pp.608-612.

    Barton, A.  & Skiba, D.  (2009). Informatics Curriculum Integration for Quality and Safety in Nursing Education. In K. Saranto, P. Brennan, H. Park, M. Tallberg & A. Ensio. (Eds): Connecting Health & Humans: Proceedings of NI2009.  The 10th International Congress of Nursing Informatics. Amsterdam: IOS Press, pp.593-597.

    Burruss, N. Billings, D. Brownrigg, V. Skiba, D. & Connors, H (2009). Class Size as Related to the Use of Technology, Educational Practices, and Outcomes in Web-based Nursing Courses. Journal of Professional Nursing. 25 (1), 33-41.

    Skiba, D., Connors, H. & Jeffries, P. (2008).  Information Technologies and Transformation of Nursing Education.  Nursing Outlook.56 (5), 225-230.

    Meyer, B and Skiba, D. (2007). Usability-Testing Healthcare Software with Nursing Informatics Students in Distance Education:  A Case Study.  In A. Holzinger (Ed.): Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4799:Usability and HCI for Medicine and Health Care. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, pp: 451-456.

    McCormick. K., Delaney, C., Brennan, P., Effken. J., Murphy, J., Skiba, D, et al. (2007). Guideposts to the future – An Agenda for Nursing Informatics.  Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. 14 (1), 19-24.

    Skiba, D., Barton, A., (May 31, 2006). Adapting Your Teaching to Accommodate the Net Generation of Learners. OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing . Vol. #11 No. #2, Manuscript 4. Available: http://www.nursingworld.org/ojin/topic30/tpc30_4.htm

    Skiba, D., Barton, A., Norton, M. McCasky, T. & Kimmel, K. (2006). Sharing intellectual capital: A Partnership to advance informatics and foster consumer centric care.  In H. Park, P. Murray & C. Delaney (Eds). Consumer-centered Computer-supported Care for Healthy People: Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress on Nursing Informatics.  Amsterdam: IOS Press.

    Norton, M. Skiba, D. and Bowman, J. (2006). Teaching nurses to provide patient centered evidence-based care through the use of informatics tools that promote safety, quality and effective clinical decisions. In H. Park, P. Murray & C. Delaney (Eds). Consumer-centered Computer-supported Care for Healthy People: Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress on Nursing Informatics.  Amsterdam: IOS Press.

    Billings, DM, Skiba, DJ & Connors, HR  (2005). Best Practices in Web-based Courses: Generational Differences Across Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing Students.  Journal of Professional Nursing. 21(2), 126-133.

    Stanton, M., Crow, C. Morrison, R. Skiba, D., Monroe, T. Nix, G. Gooner, V.  (2005). Web-based graduate education in rural nursing case management. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care, 5(2) [Online]. Available:  http://www.rno.org/journal/issues/Vol-5/issue-2/Stanton_article.htm.

    Skiba, D., Barton, A., Howard, A., Fields, L & McCullar, W.  (2004).  The Informatics Collaboratory: Building an online community to support health care informatics students. .  In M. Fieschi, E. Coiera, & Y-C. Li (Eds.), Proceedings of the Eleventh World Congress on Medical Informatics: Building high performance health care organizations. Amsterdam: IOS Press.

    Barton, A.J., Skiba, D.J., & Sorensen, L. (2004). Preparing the next generation of advanced practice nurses.  In M. Fieschi, E. Coiera, & Y-C. Li (Eds.), Proceedings of the Eleventh World Congress on Medical Informatics: Building high performance health care organizations (pp. 860-864). Amsterdam: IOS Press.

    Skiba, D., Billings,D. & Connor, H.  (2003).  The EEUWIN (Evaluating Educational Uses of the Web in Nursing) Benchmarking Project.  Proceedings of the International Medical Informatics Association: Education Work Group Symposium: Teach globally, learn locally:  Innovations in Health and Biomedical Informatics Education in the 21st Century.  Portland, Oregon.

    Skiba, D. Billings, D. & Connor, H. (2003).  Benchmarking. web-based courses in nursing:  The EEUWIN Project.  In H. de Fatima Marin, E. Pereira Marques, E. Hovenga, & W. Goossen (Eds).  Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress in Nursing Informatics.  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: E-papers Servicos Editoriais Ltd.

    Bathrick, T., Kramer, S., Lohre, J., Norton, M., Scherger, D. Walkes, M. & Skiba, D. (2002).  Leadership in the digital age: A framework to balance high touch with high tech.  Seminars for Nurse Managers, 10 (2), 120-129.

    Billings, D., Connors, H. & Skiba, D.  (2001).  Benchmarking Best Practices in Nursing Web-Based Courses.  Advances in Nursing Science, 23 (3), 41-52.

    Staggers,  N. , Gassert, C. & Skiba, D.  (2000).  Health Professionals’ Views of Informatics Education:  Findings from the AMIA Spring 1999 Conference, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 7 (6), 550-558.

    Skiba, D. J. & Cohen E. (2000).  Case Management & Technology: A necessary fit for the future.  Nursing Administration Quarterly, 25 (1), 132-141.

    Skiba, D.J., Holloway, N. & Springer, H. (2000).  Measurement of Best Practices and Social Presence in a Web-Based International Nursing Informatics Pilot Course. In V.K. Saba, R. Carr, W. Sermeus, & P. Rocha (Eds.).  Proceedings of the Seventh IMIA International Conference on Nursing use of Computers and Information Science. Adis International Limited, Auckland, New Zealand.

    Barton, A. J., Skiba, D.J., Baramee, J., & Erickson, V. (2000) Collecting the NMDS across multiple advance practice sites. In V.K. Saba, R. Carr, W. Sermeus, & P. Rocha (Eds.).  Proceedings of the Seventh IMIA International Conference on Nursing use of Computers and Information Science. Adis International Limited, Auckland, New Zealand.

    Nelson-Marten, P., Howell, S., Krebs, L. & Skiba, D. (1998). Strategies for providing cancer nursing education to distance settings. Proceedings of the 17th International Cancer Congress. Bologna, Italy: Monduzzi Editorie, 1519-1522.

    Skiba, D. (1997). The Learning Collaboratory: A Knowledge Building Environment for Nursing Education. In U.Gerdin, M. Tallberg, & P. Wainwright (Eds.). Nursing Informatics: The Impact of Nursing Knowledge on Health Care Informatics. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference. Amsterdam, the Netherlands: IOS Press.

    Skiba, D. (1997). Intellectual Property Issues in the Digital Health Care World. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 21 (3), 11-20.

    Nelson-Marten, P., Skiba, D., Howell, S. & Krebs, L. (1997). An innovative curriculum plan for advanced practice in oncology care. Journal of Cancer Education, 12 (2), 89-94.

    Sweeney, M. & Skiba (1995). Combining telecommunications and interactive multimedia health information on the electronic Superhighway. In R.A. Greenes, H. E. Peterson, D.J. Protti (Eds.).Proceedings of the Eighth World Congress on Medical Informatics. International Medical Informatics Association. Edmonton, Canada: HealthCare Computing & Communications Canada, Inc.

    Skiba, D. & Springer, H. (1995). Computer-mediated learning experiences spanning the globe: A pilot study between schools of nursing in the USA and the Netherlands. In R.A. Greenes, H. E. Peterson, D.J. Protti (Eds.).Proceedings of the Eighth World Congress on Medical Informatics. International Medical Informatics Association. Edmonton, Canada: HealthCare Computing & Communications Canada, Inc.

    Skiba, D. & Mirque, D. (1994). The Electronic Community: An Alternative Health Care Approach. In S.Grobe and E.S.P. Pleyter-Wenting (Ed.). Nursing Informatics: An international overview for nursing in a technological era. North Holland: Elsevier.

    Jones, A., Skiba, D. & Phillips, S. (1994). Creating a 21st Century Learning Lab Environment for Nursing. In S. Grobe and E.S.P.Pleyter-Wenting (Eds.) Nursing Informatics: An international overview for nursing in a technological era. North Holland: Elsevier.

    Simpson, R., Skiba, D., & Ronald, J. (1994). A Five Year Retrospective of the HBO Nurse Scholars Program. In S. Grobe and E.S.P. Pleyter-Wenting (Eds.).Nursing Informatics: An international overview for nursing in a technological era. North Holland: Elsevier.

    Simpson, R., Skiba, D., & Ronald, J. (1993). A Pioneering Partnership to prepare nurses for practice in the 21st Century. In the Proceedings of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. vol 2, 95-103. [Reprint of Skiba, Simpson, & Ronald (1992) chapter.]

    Skiba, D., Ronald, J., & Simpson, R. (1991). Educating health care professionals in informatics: The Scholar's programme. In E. Hovenga, K. Hannah, K. McCormick & J. Ronald (Eds.). Nursing Informatics '91: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Nursing Use of Computers and Information Science, Volume 42, Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

    Skiba, D., & Warren, C. (1991). The impact of an electronic bulletin board to disseminate educational and research information to nursing colleagues. In E. Hovenga, K. Hannah, K. McCormick & J. Ronald (Eds.). Nursing Informatics '91: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Nursing Use of Computers and Information Science, Volume 42, Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

    Skiba, D. & Hardin, R. (1989) Development and implementation of a microbased computer workshop series for nurses. In V. Saba, K. Reider & D. Pocklington (Eds.). Nursing and Computers: An anthology. [Reprint of Skiba & Hardin (1983) article.]

    Skiba, D. J. (1984) Evaluation criteria for computer assisted instruction courseware in nursing. Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Symposium of Computer Applications in Medical Care. In Gerald Cohen (ed.), IEEE Computer Society Press, 929-932.

    Skiba, D.J. and Hardin, R.C. (1983) Development and implementation of a microbased computer workshop series for nurses. In Ruth Dayhoff (ed.), Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Symposium of Computer Applications in Medical Care. IEEE Computer Society Press, 480-483.

    Hardin, R. C. and Skiba, D. J. (1982) A comparative analysis of computer literacy for nurses. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Symposium of Computer Applications in Medical Care. Bruce Blum (ed.), IEEE Computer Society Press, 525-530.

     

    articles (invited)

     

    Skiba, D. and Rizzolo, M (2008). National League for Nursing’s Informatics Agenda. Computers, Informatics & Nursing, 27 (1), 66-68.

    Thompson, B. & Skiba, D.  (2008). Informatics in the Nursing Curriculum: A National Survey. Nursing Education Perspectives, 29 (5), 312-316.

    Skiba, D. and Dulong, D.  (2008). Using TIGER vision to move your agenda forward.  Nursing Management. 39 (3).

    14, 16.

    Skiba, D. (2004). New ways to do business: Technology and changing assumptions for regulation and practice.  International Think Tank on Building Global Alliances.  Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools.

    Skiba, D. (2000).  Shaping the landscape of technology and healthcare in the 21st Century.  In Emergency Nurses Association Summit, Chaos and Complexity:  Writing on a Preferred Future, Park Ridge, IL:  ENA Publications.

    Skiba, D. (1998). Providing Faculty with the Skills to Teach in a Changing World. Innovations in Master's Nursing Education. Proceedings of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing's Master's Education Conference. San Antonio, Texas.

    Skiba, D. (1997). Transforming nursing education to celebrate learning. Nursing and Health Care Perspectives, 18 (3), 124-129,148.

    Skiba, D. (Summer, 1994). Shared knowledge using collaborative tools. Reflections, 20(2), 16-18.

    Skiba, D. (1993). Collaboration tools. Reflections, 19 (1), 10-12.

    Skiba, D. J. (1985a) Interactive computer experiences: The missing ingredient. Nursing Clinics of North America, 20 (3), 577-584.

    Skiba, D. J. (1985b). Evaluation of computer assisted instruction courseware. Computers in Life Science Education, 2 (2), 11-14.

    Skiba, D.J. (1983) Computer literacy: The challenge of the 80's. The Journal of the New York State Nurses Association, 14(1), 6-11. 

    Nursing Education Perspectives Column 

    Skiba, D.  (2004). Emerging Technology Center. Nursing Education Perspectives 25 (5), 260.

    Skiba, D.  (2004). Informatics Competencies. Nursing Education Perspectives 25 (6), 312.

    Skiba, D.  (2005). People of the Year: Bloggers. Nursing Education Perspectives 26 (1), 52-53.

    Skiba, D.  (2005). Do your students wiki? Nursing Education Perspectives 26 (2), 120-121.

    Skiba, D.  (2005). Open Source: Will you follow the Cathedral or the Bazaar Model. Nursing Education Perspectives 26 (3), 184-185.

    Skiba, D.  (2005). E-portfolios, webfolio and e-dentity: Promises and Challenges. Nursing Education Perspectives 26 (4), 

    Skiba, D. (2005). Preparing for evidence-based practice: Revisiting information literacy. Nursing Education Perspectives 26 (5), 310-311.

    Skiba, D. (2005). The Millennials, have they arrived at your school of nursing? Nursing Education Perspectives 26 (6) 370-371.

    Skiba, D. (2006) The 2005 Word of the Year: Podcast. Nursing Education Perspectives 27 (1). 54-55.

    Skiba, D. (2006) Think Spots. Nursing Education Perspectives 27 (2). 103-104.

    Skiba D. (2006) Collaborative Tools for the Net Generation. Nursing Education Perspectives 27 (3), 162-163..

    Skiba, D. (2006). Web 2.0: Next Great Thing or Just a Marketing Hype? Nursing Education Perspectives. 27 (4), 212-213.


    ​Skiba, D. (2006). Call to Action: Preparing the next generation.  Nursing Education Perspectives. 27 (6), 335-337.

    Skiba, D. (2007). It’s all about YOU! Nursing Educational Perspectives, 28 (1), 44-45.

    Skiba, D. (2007). Nursing Education 2.0: YouTubeTM. Nursing Education Perspectives, 28 (2), 100-102.

    Skiba, D.  (2007). Nursing Education 2.0: Second Life. Nursing Education Perspectives, 28 (3), 156-157.

    Skiba, D.  (2007). Nursing Education 2.0: Poke me. Where’s your face in space? Nursing Education Perspectives, 28 (4). 214-216.

    Skiba, D. (2007). Nursing Education 2.0: Are mashups useful for nursing education? Nursing Education Perspectives, 28 (5). 286-288.

    Skiba, D.  (2007) Nursing Education 2.0: Flipping the Novice to Expert Continuum. Nursing Education Perspectives, 28 (6), 342-344.

    Skiba, D.  (2008). The Year in Review and Trends to Watch in 2008.  Nursing Education Perspectives. 29 (1), 40-41.

    Skiba, D. (2008). Nursing Education 2.0: Twitter and Tweets: Can you post a nugget of knowledge in 140 characters or less.  Nursing Education Perspectives.  29(2), 110-112.

    Skiba, D. (2008). Nursing Education 2.0:  Gaming as pedagogical platforms. Nursing Education Perspectives.  29(3) 174-175.

    Skiba, D. (2008). Nursing Education 2.0: Games for Health. Nursing Education Perspectives.  29(4), 230-232

    Skiba, D. (2008). Moving Forward: The Informatics Agenda. Nursing Education Perspectives.  29(5), 300-301.

    Skiba, D. (2008). Nursing Education 2.0: Social Networking for Professionals.  Nursing Education Perspectives.  29 (6), 370-371.

    Skiba, D. (2009). Nursing Practice 2.0: Should we as educators be crafting the next generation of nursing practice?  Nursing Education Perspectives 30 (1), 48-49.

    Skiba, D. (2009). Nursing Education 2.0:A Second Look at Second Life. Nursing Education Perspectives, 30 (2), 129-131.

    Skiba, D. (2009). Nursing Practice: 2.0: The Wisdom of Crowds.  Nursing Education Perspectives, 30(3), 191-192.

    Skiba, D. (2009). Teaching with and about Technology: Providing Resources for Nurse Educators Worldwide. Nursing Education Perspectives, 30 (4), 255-256.

    Skiba, D. (2009). On the Horizon: Dialogues for the Nursing Academy.  Nursing Education Perspectives, 30 (5).  330-332.

    Skiba, D. (2009).  Digital Object Identifiers (DOI): Are they Important to me? Nursing Education Perspectives, 30 (6), 394-395.

    Skiba, D. (2010). Nursing Education 2.0: Social Networking and the WOTY.  Nursing Education Perspectives. 31 (1), 44-46.

    Skiba, D. (2010). On the Horizon: Technologies Coming to your School Soon. Nursing Education Perspectives. 31 (2), 114-115.

    Skiba, D. (2010). Wanted: Informatics Resources and Learning Activities.  Nursing Education Perspectives. 31 (3), 183-184.

    Skiba, D.  (2010). Digital Wisdom: A Necessary Faculty Competency.  Nursing Education Perspectives. 31 (4), 251-253.

    Skiba, D.  (2010).  Back to School: What’s in your student’s backpack?  Nursing Education Perspectives.  31 (5 ), 318-320.

    Skiba, D. (2010). Future of Nursing and the Informatics Agenda.  Nursing Education Perspectives.  31 (6), 390-391.

    Skiba, D. (2011). On the Horizon: Emerging Technologies for 2011.  Nursing Education Perspectives. 32 (1). 44-46.

    Skiba, D. (2011). Nursing Education 2.0: The Need for Social Media Policies for Schools of Nursing. Nursing Education Perspectives. 32 (2), 126-127.

    Skiba, D. (2011). On the Horizon: Mobile Devices: Are they a distraction or another learning tool?  Nursing Education Perspectives. 32 (3), 195-197.

    Skiba, D. (2011).  Are your computing in the clouds?  Understanding Cloud Computing. Nursing Education Perspectives. 32 (4), 266-268.

    Skiba, D. (2011). Informatics and the Learning Healthcare System.  Nursing Education Perspectives. 32(5), 334-336.

    Skiba, D.  (2011). A Tribute to Steve Jobs.  Nursing Education Perspectives. 32 (6), 411-412.

    Skiba, D. (2012), My 2012 To-Do List for Teaching, Research, and Scholarship. Nursing Education Perspectives.  33 (1), 48-49.

    Skiba, D. (2012). On the Horizon: What Is New for 2012 and Beyond? Part 1. Nursing Education Perspectives.  33(2), 125-126.

    Skiba, D. (2012). Technology and Gerontology: Is it in your curriculum?  Nursing Education Perspectives.  33(3), 207-209.

    Skiba, D. (2012). The Health IT Pledge. Nursing Education Perspectives.  33(5), 346-348-126.

    Skiba, D. (2012). Disruption in Higher Education: Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Nursing Education Perspectives.  33(6), 416-417.

    Skiba, D. (2013). The Internet of Things (IOT).  Nursing Education Perspectives. 34 (1), 63-64.

    Skiba, D. (2013) On the Horizon: The Year of the MOOC. Nursing Education Perspectives. 34 (2), 136-137.

    Skiba, D. (2013).MOOCs and the Future of Nursing. Nursing Education Perspectives. 34 (3), 202-204.

    Skiba, D. (2013). Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy and Word Clouds.   Nursing Education Perspectives. 34 (4), 277-280.

    Skiba, D. (2013). Back to School: TIGER and the VLE.  Why faculty need to access this site. Nursing Education Perspectives. 34 (5), 356-359.

    Skiba, D. (2013). Digital Taxonomy: Evaluating and Creating. Nursing Education Perspectives. 34 (6), 428-429.

    Skiba, D. (2014).  The Connected Age: Implications for 2014.  Nursing Education Perspectives. 35 (1), 63-65.

    Skiba, D. (2014). The Connected Age and The Horizon 2014 Report. Nursing Education Perspectives. 35 (2), 131-132.

    Skiba, D. (2014). The Connected Age: Mobile Apps and Consumer Engagement.  Nursing Education Perspectives. 35 (3), 199-201.

    Skiba, D. (2014). The Connected Age: Big Data and Data Visualization. Nursing Education Perspectives. 35 (4), 267-269.

    Skiba, D. (2014). The Connected Age and Wearable Technology/ Nursing Education Perspectives. 35 (5), 346-347.

    Skiba, D. (2014). The Connected Age: Digital tools for Health. Nursing Education Perspectives. 35 (6), 415-417.

     

    (2015) Health Technology Predictions for 2015: Ringing in the New. Nursing Education Perspectives: January 2015, Vol. 36, No. 1, pp. 63-65.

    doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5480/1536-5026-36.1.63

     

    (2015) Connected Health 2015: The Year of Virtual Patient Visits. Nursing Education Perspectives: March 2015, Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 131-133.

    doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5480/1536-5026-36.2.131

     

    Article Citation:

    (2015) Connected Health: Preparing Practitioners. Nursing Education Perspectives: May 2015, Vol. 36, No. 3, pp. 198-201.

    doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5480/1536-5026-36.3.198

     

    miscellaneous publications

     

    Skiba, D. (2008). The TIGER Initiative: Transforming Education for an Informatics Agenda: TIGER Education and Faculty Development Collaborative. 

    Skiba, D. (Spring, 1993). Priorities for Research in Nursing Informatics. Connections, New York: NLN Publications.

    Skiba, D. (Summer, 1992). Exploring the world of computer-mediated communication. Connections. New York: NLN Publication.

    Skiba, D. & Ronald, J. (1989). Hypermedia: Creating learning pathways. Nursing Educator’s Microworld, 4 (1), 1,3.

    Skiba, D. (1989). Partners in Thought. (The NeXT computer) (Editorial). Computers in Nursing, 7(1),46-47.

    Skiba, D. (1987). Softlifting and software piracy. Nursing Educator's Microworld, 2, 1, and 6.

    Skiba, D. J. (1985). Book Review: Using Computers in Nursing, Ball, M.J. & Hannah, K. Computers in Nursing, 3(3), 138-139.

    Skiba, D. J. (1984) The Missing Link (Editorial), Computers in Nursing, 2 (4), 117, 124.

    Skiba, Diane J. and Slitcher, Mark J. (1984) Of bits and bytes. American Journal of Nursing, 8 (1), 102-103.

     

    abstracts-refereed

     

    Honey, M., Skiba, D., Proctor, P., Foster, J., Kouri, P. & Nagle, L. (2014). Informatics Competencies to Start Professional Life: A Global Perspective. In K. Saranto, C. Weaver & P. Chang (eds).  East Meets West: eSMART.  Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Nursing Informatics.  Leiden, Netherlands: IOS Press.

    Marin, H., Ball,M., Skiba, D., Chang, P. & Wilson, M. (2014). TIGER: Promoting Lnowledge to Nurses across the Glone.  In K. Saranto, C. Weaver & P. Chang (eds).  East Meets West: eSMART.  Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Nursing Informatics.  Leiden, Netherlands: IOS Press.

    Ball, M., Skiba, D., Marin, H. Chang, P., Rigby, M., Hueber, U., Troseth, M. & Schlak, S. (2013). TIGER Initiative: activities and future plans. In Lehmann, C., Ammewerth, E. & Hehr, C. (Eds.) MEDINFO 2013: 14th World Congress on Medical and Health Informatics. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. Volume 192. IOS Press: Copenhagen, Denmark.

    Westra, B., Skiba, D., Long, S., Harder, K. & Hull, S.  (2013). Consumer Engagement in HIT: Building Capacity for Shared Decision-making. Proceedings of the 2013 American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium.  Washington, DC: AMIA.

    Berding, C. (2012). Navigating telehealth in rehabilitation: One Nurse’s Orientation Odyssey.    In P. Abbott, C. Hullin & L. Nagle (Eds). Advancing Global Health through Informatics.  Proceedings of the NI2012. The 11th International Congress of Nursing Informatics.  (Skiba: Student Mentor)

    McCormick, K., Saba, V., Newbold, S., Berg, C. & Skiba, D.  (In Press). Twenty Five Years in Nursing Informatics: A Silver Pioneer Panel.  In P. Abbott, C. Hullin & L. Nagle (Eds). Advancing Global Health through Informatics.  Proceedings of the NI2012. The 11th International Congress of Nursing Informatics. 

    Danforth, C. Condon, T., Deforest, R., Marini, A. & Al Awar, Z. (In press). Informatics students across the Globe Learn to Collaborate in Second Life.  In P. Abbott, C. Hullin & L. Nagle (Eds). Advancing Global Health through Informatics.  Proceedings of the NI2012. The 11th International Congress of Nursing Informatics.  (Skiba: Student Mentor)

    Faber, A. (In press). Health Information Technology and the Impact on Clinical Handoffs.  In P. Abbott, C. Hullin & L. Nagle (Eds). Advancing Global Health through Informatics.  Proceedings of the NI2012. The 11th International Congress of Nursing Informatics.  (Skiba: Student Mentor)

    Skiba, D., Barton, A. & Carrington, J. (September 2009). Using social network tools to support learning.  National League for Nursing Summit. Philadelphia, PA.

    Skiba, D., Barton, A., Sakarida, T.  Hastings-Tolsma, M. & Carrington, J. (April 2009). Research 2.0: Social networking Tools for researchers.  Symposium at Western Institute of Nursing’s 42nd Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

    Skiba, D. Ball, M., Gugerty, B., Troseth, M., Dulong, D., Shannon, P., et al. (February 2007).  {Abstract} Informatics Solutions: Actionable Plans for Practicing Nurses and Nursing Students. HealthCare Information Management and Systems Society Annual Meeting.  New Orleans.

    Skiba, D. Ball, M., Gugerty, B., Troseth, M., Dulong, D., Shannon, P., et al.  (November 2006). [Abstract] Update on Technology Informatics Guiding Educational Reform (TIGER) Initiative.  American Medical Informatics Association Symposium.  Washington, DC.

    Skiba, D. (2006).  E-learning ((Teaching with technology, including simulations, web-based tools and PDAs). [Abstract] In H. Park, P. Murray & C. Delaney (Eds). Consumer-centered Computer-supported Care for Healthy People: Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress on Nursing Informatics.  Amsterdam: IOS Press.

    Clancy, T., Kimmel, K., McCasky, T. & Skiba, D. (2006). Preparing for Successful Clinical Systems Implementations: Predicting the Outcomes of Process Improvement Initiatives. [Abstract] In H. Park, P. Murray & C. Delaney (Eds). Consumer-centered Computer-supported Care for Healthy People: Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress on Nursing Informatics.  Amsterdam: IOS Press.

    Skiba, D., McCullar, W. & Howard, A. (September 2006). Reflections on the I-Collaboratory Innovative Educational Project. [Abstract} National League for Nursing Education Summit 2006 Transformations Begins with You, New York City.

    Norton, M.  and Skiba D.  (September 2006). Using shared intellectual capital partnership model to prepare future nursing informatics specialists .[Abstract} National League for Nursing Education Summit 2006 Transformations Begins with You, New York City.

    Billings, D., Connors, H. Skiba, D. & Zuniga, R.  (September 2005).  Using benchmarking data to improve nursing instruction.  [Abstract] National League for Nursing Education Summit, Baltimore, MD.

    Billings, D., Connors, H. Skiba, D. & Zuniga, R.  (September 2004).  Using benchmarking data to improve nursing education. {Abstract} National League for Nursing Education Summit, Orlando, Florida.

    Ehnfors, M., de Fatima Marin, H., Murray, P., Saba, VK. & Skiba, D. (2004). [Abstract} Preparing a professional portfolio for nursing informatics. International Medical Informatics 2004 conference.  San Francisco.

    Barton, A. J., Skiba, D. J., Sorensen, L. (2004). Preparing the next generation of advanced practice nurses.  [Abstract].  Communicating Nursing Research Conference Proceedings, 37, p. 266

    Englebart, S., Skiba, D. & Nelson, R.  (2003).  Best Practices in Distance/Cyber Education. .  In H. de Fatima Marin, E. Pereira Marques, E. Hovenga, & W. Goossen (Eds).  Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress in Nursing Informatics.  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    Androwich, I., Saba, V., Simpson, R., Skiba, D.  & Sopczyk, D.  (2003).  Online informatics education: Opportunities and Challenges, The Excelsior College Experience. In H. de Fatima Marin, E. Pereira Marques, E. Hovenga, & W. Goossen (Eds).  Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress in Nursing Informatics.  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    Skiba, D.  & Preheim, G (2003).  The learning collaboratory: Evaluating a virtual environment to support computer-mediated learners.  National League for Nursing Education Summit.  San Antonio.

    Billings, Connors and Skiba (2003). Differences in perceptions of educational practices and outcomes between students in undergraduate and graduate nursing Web courses.  National League for Nursing.  Education Summit, San Antonio.

    Skiba, D. Billings, D. & Connors, H.  (2002). Benchmarking best practices for teaching web-based courses in nursing education..  National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties.  Philadelphia, PA.

    Skiba, D., Billings, D., Connors, H., & Kraut, B. (2000).  Distance Learning: Evidence-based practice and necessary infrastructures.  (Plenary Session). National League for Nursing's Education Summit 2000. Transforming the Landscape: Creating a Preferred Future for Nursing Education.  New York: NLN.

    Skiba, D., Barton, A., Holloway, N., & Kripps, B. (2000).  Using new methods to prepare Today's Nurses for Tomorrow's Challenges in Health Care Delivery. National League for Nursing's Education Summit 2000. Transforming the Landscape: Creating a Preferred Future for Nursing Education.  New York: NLN.

    Billings, D., Connors, H., Skiba, D. & Zuniga, R. (2000). Evidence for Best Practices in Teaching and Learning in Web-based courses in Nursing. National League for Nursing's Education Summit 2000. Transforming the Landscape: Creating a Preferred Future for Nursing Education.  New York: NLN.

    Skiba, D., Barton, A., Mirque, D., Creath, K. & Powers, K. (1998). Access for Consumer Empowerment: A Collaborative Community-based Model to Promote Shared Health Decision-making. In J. Campbell (Ed.). Bringing Knowledge to the Point of Use. Proceedings of the Spring 1998 Congress of the American Medical Informatics Association. Washington, DC: AMIA.

    Skiba, D., Nelson-Marten, P., Krebs, L. & Howell, S. (1998). Computer mediated case discussions for advanced practice in oncology nursing. Journal of Cancer Education, 13 (3), 15. (Abstract).

    Brennan, P., Springer, H., Skiba, D. & Conrick, M. (1997). The internet in nursing education: World Wide Linkages of Nursing students, faculty and Resources. In U.Gerdin, M. Tallberg, & P. Wainwright (Eds). Nursing Informatics: The Impact of Nursing Knowledge on Health Care Informatics. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference. Amsterdam, the Netherlands: IOS Press.

    Sweeney, M. & Skiba, D. (1995). Infusing Clinical Practice with new technologies. Multimedia health promotion programs. Proceedings of the Sigma Theta Tau International 33rd Biennial Convention, Detroit Michigan, 267.

    Sweeney, M., Skiba, D. & Lester, J. (1993). Multimedia interventions in community-based clinics. In C. Safran (Ed.). Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical care. New York: McGraw-Hill.

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    Co PI. Health Information Technology to Support Clinical Decision Making in Obesity Care Agency for Healthcare Quality Research. Subcontract with Arizona State University (B. Gance Cleveland PI) 1R18HS018646-01A1: $1,182,569. (2010-2012)

    Co-Sponsor: NRSA: Michaela McCarthy.  Internet-based therapy to improve sleep in rural breast cancer survivors. NINR:1F31NR012097-01A1. (2010-2013)

    Principal Investigator, Colorado Health Information Technology Collaborative (HITEC).  Department of Health & Human Services, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology University-Based Training Grant.  1T15OC000051-01: $2,622,186. (2010-2013)

    Co-Investigator, Faculty Development: Integrating Technology into Nursing Education and Practice Initiative grant.  PI: Dr. Helen Connors, University of Kansas. Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration, Division of Nursing. 1 U1KHP08380-01-00. $1,500,000. (2007-2013)

    Principal Investigator, I-Collaboratory: Partnerships in Learning.  Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration, Division of Nursing, Advanced Nursing Education, 2-D09-HP00532-04-0. $629,371. (2007-2011)​

  • Principal Investigator, i-TEAM (Interprofessional Technology Enhanced Advanced practice Model).  Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration, Division of Nursing, Advanced Nursing Education. (2012-2015)
  • ​Co-Investigator, Faculty Development: Integrating Technology into Nursing Education and Practice Initiative grant PI: Dr. Helen Connors, University of Kansas. Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration, Division of Nursing. 1 U1KHP08380-01-00. $1,500,000. (7/01/07 to 6/30/2012)
  • Principal Investigator, I-Collaboratory: Partnerships in Learning Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration, Division of Nursing, Advanced Nursing Education, 2-D09-HP00532-04-0. $629,371 (7/1/07 to 6/30/2010)