Dr. Sheila Carey Grossman
Professor of Nursing
o: School of Nursing Rm 111
Current Research Interests
Dr. Grossman is involved internationally with Oslo University College in Oslo, Norway regarding simulation and global cultural exchange. A grant, Simulation Based Pedagogy: Collaboration and Development between Fairfield University School of Nursing and Oslo University College, was funded in 2010 by the Norway Foundation for Cultural Exchange. Dr. Grossman is the co-project director and spent two weeks in Oslo in October, 2010. She is presented a plenary session, Collaboration Using Simulation Technology Impacts Cultural Competence with Nursing Students in North America and Norway and a poster presentation, Developing Simulation Scenarios to Impact Student Perception of Skill Competency and Cultural Awareness at the International Simulation Conference in Las Vegas, 6/2010. Her faculty team submitted Simulation Technology Impacts Cultural Competence with Nursing Students in North America and Norway to International Journal of Nursing Education.
Dr. Grossman was also funded with two colleagues to attend the Faculty of Nursing Technology: Integration Program for Nursing Education and Practice at Duke University at the TIP-NEP Conference in August, 2010. They presented Screen Capture as Innovative Adjunct to Classroom Teaching. She is also part of the team who presented virtually at Education and New Learning Technology, Barcelona, Spain, July, 2010. Dr. Grossman, Primary Investigator and Director, has recently received a HRSA grant, P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.: Geriatric Diversity Training for Advanced Nursing Education, and is developing a geriatric simulated clinic.
Additionally, she has several clinical outcome/improvement studies in process that she is conducting in her clinical work setting.
- NS 360: Critical Care Nursing
- NS 612: Res Trans Clinical Practice
- NS 615: Leadership & Interpro Collabor
- NS 640: Adv Physiology & Pathophys
- NS 642: Adult Health I
- NS 647: Care At-Risk Populations
- NS 687: DNP Immersion