Nursing and Health Studies Program

Mary Baroni

Mary-Baroni050316A-052.jpgMary A. Baroni, PhD, RN
Professor

 

 

 

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Education

Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH
BA, Religion/Asian Studies
1969-73   

University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC
BS, Nursing
1975-77    

University of Rochester, Rochester, NY     
MS, Family Nurse Clinician- PNP
1979-81

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY     
PhD, Human Development and Family Studies with minor in Nutrition
1983-88

Professional Experience

2012-2013    Professor, Nursing and Health Studies (50%), UW, Bothell, Bothell, WA

Visiting Professor and Interim RN-BSN Program Director (50%)  Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA

2011-2012    Sabbatical leave from UW Bothell:

RN-BSN Program Development Consultant, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA

Co-Chair of CNEWS Strategic Initiative on Seamless Academic Progression and
Best Practices in Curricular Innovation, Council for Nursing Education in
Washington State

Co-Chair, WA State Joint Transfer Council Workgroup developing RN-BSN Direct Transfer Agreement/Major Ready Pathway (DTA/MRP)

2002-2011    Professor and Nursing Program Director, UW Bothell, Bothell, WA. 

2001-2002    Director, Practice, Education and Research, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Seattle, WA

1999-2001    Director of Research & Practice, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI     

1996-2001    Clinical Associate Professor, Medical College of Wisconsin, Department of  Pediatrics, Milwaukee, WI

1995-2001    Associate Professor and Child Option Chair, Marquette University, College of Nursing, Milwaukee, WI

1990-1995    Associate Director, University of Wisconsin Children's Hospital Pediatric Pulmonary Center (PPC), Madison, Wisconsin.

1990-1995    Assistant Professor- School of Nursing, and Child and Family Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin. 50% Academic appointment

1987-1990    Assistant Professor, University of Rochester School of Nursing, Rochester, NY. Care of Children and Families

1981-1984    Instructor (50%) University of Rochester School of Nursing, Rochester, NY. Pediatric Nursing and PNP/CNS (50%) Cystic Fibrosis Care, Teaching and Resource Center,, Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY

Publications

Baroni, M. The Value of RN-to-BSN Education: A Collaborative Multi-
Site Study. 
(Manuscript in progress examining perceptions of the value of BSN Education among nursing staff, supervisors and leadership at 6 medical centers in the Northern Puget Sound region)

Baroni, M., Anderson, B., Mischler, E. (1997).  Cystic fibrosis newborn screening program: Impact of early screening results on the parent-child relationship. Pediatric Nursing. 23 (2):143-151.

Pridham, K., Broome, M., Woodring, B. & Baroni, M. (1996). Education for the nursing of children and their families: Standards and guidelines for pre-licensure and early professional education. Journal of Pediatric Nursing.11 (5):273-280. **See Erratum (1997). J Pediatric Nursing. 12(2):132.

Baroni, M., & Sondel, S.  (1995). A collaborative model for identifying feeding and nutrition needs in early intervention.  Infants & Young Children. 8(2):1-12.

Baroni, M., Tuthill, P., Feenan, L., & Schroeder, M.  (1994). Technology-dependent infants: A retrospective case analysis of service coordination across state lines. Infants & Young Children, 7(1): 69-78.

Hewson, M., Mischler, E., Tuthill, P., Baroni, M., Dreier, C., Green, C., Kraus, C., Becker, E., Feenan, L., Sondel, S., Schuster, S., & Wolf, T.  (1993). Comprehensive team care.  Maternal Child Nursing, 18(4): 198-205.

Baroni, M.  (1992). Bayley’s infant behavior record ratings of infants with recurrent apnea: Behavioral profile and correlates with apnea, age, and developmental status.Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, 13(3): 158-164.

Baroni, M.  (1991). Apparent life threatening events (ALTE) during infancy:  A follow-up study of growth and development.  Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 12(3): 154-161. 

PUBLICATIONS:  EDITED BOOKS:

Millonig, V., Baroni, M., & Miller, S. (Eds.) (2001). Family Nurse Practitioner Certification
Review and Clinical Reference Guide. Potomac, MD: Health Leadership Associates.

Millonig, V. & Baroni, M. (Eds.). (1999). Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Certification Review Guide. (3rd ed.) Potomac, MD: Health Leadership Associates.

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:

Baroni, M. (2001). Human Growth and Development: Infancy through Adolescence. In
V. Millonig, M.Baroni & S. Miller, (Eds.). Family Nurse Practitioner Certification and Clinical Reference Guide. Potomac, MD: Health Leadership Associates.

Busby, L. & Baroni, M. (2001). Advanced Practice, Role Development, Current Trends
and Health Policy. In V. Millonig, M. Baroni, & S. Miller (2001). Family Nurse Practitioner Certification and Clinical Reference Guide. Potomac, MD: Health Leadership Associates.

Elvik, S. & Baroni, M. (2001). Genitourinary and Gynecologic Disorders Adolescent
Pregnancy-Infancy through Adolescence. In V. Millonig, M. Baroni, & S. Miller, Family Nurse Practitioner Certification and Clinical Reference Guide. Potomac, MD: Health Leadership Associates.

Baroni, M. (1999). Human Growth and Development. In V. Millonig & Baroni, M. (Eds.),
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Certification Review Guide. (3rd ed.). Potomac, MD: Health Leadership Associates.

Elvik, S. & Baroni, M. (1999). Genitourinary and Gynecologic Disorders/Adolescent Pregnancy In V. Millonig & Baroni, M. (Eds.), Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Certification Review Guide. (3rd ed.). Potomac, MD: Health Leadership Associates.

Baroni, M. (1998). Cognitive and Psychosocial Development. In M. Broome & J. Rollins
         (Eds.). Core Curriculum for the Nursing Care of Children and Their Families.
         Pitman, N.J.: Jannetti Publications.      

BOOK REVIEWS:

Baroni, M. (2004).  Midwifery/women’s health nurse practitioner certification review guide. Potomac, MD: Health Leadership Associates, Inc.  INVITED REVIEWER.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

Published Abstracts: The following abstracts were either selected by editors for their merit based on their review of published articles or represent published abstracts from refereed conferences.

Baroni, M., Tuthill, P., Feenan, L., & Schroeder, M.  (1994). Technology-dependent Infants: A Retrospective Case Analysis of Service Coordination Across State Lines.  Selected to be abstracted (December, 1994).  Capsules and Comments in Pediatric Nursing, published by Mosby-Year Book Inc.

Baroni, M. (1992). Apparent-Life Threatening Events During Infancy: A Follow-Up Study of Subsequent Growth and Development. Pediatrics Digest, 2:31-32. (Article selected as outstanding in its field by the editor of the Clinical Digest Series for abstract distribution to physicians in Europe)

Baroni, M. (1989). Infants with Early Episodes of Pathologic Apnea: The Influence of Biological Vulnerability and the Quality of the Home Environment of Growth and Development. American Review of Respiratory Disease (Supplement). 139 (4): 452.

Current  grant support

2012-2014    
Academic Progression in Nursing in Washington State (APIN-WA).    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funding award through the Washington Center for Nursing, $300,000.. Co-Project Director with Linda Tieman, WCN Executive Director.

2010-2013    
University of Washington Bothell Nursing Faculty Consortium Training
Program, FIPSE, Congressionally Directed Grant. House Appropriations Bill sponsored by Congressman Jay Inslee, Congressman Jim McDermott, and Senator Patty Murray, $200,000

Previous grant support

2009-2012    
University of Washington Bothell Nursing Education Program, FIPSE,
Congressionally Directed Grant, House Appropriations Bill sponsored by
Congressman Jay Inslee and Senator Maria Cantwell, $330,000

2010-2011     
Johnson & Johnson Promise of Nursing Capacity Grant: Increasing
Nursing Education Capacity through Blended Learning,
$25,000

2008-2010     
University of Washington, Bothell Consortium for Preparing MN Nursing
Faculty,
FIPSE, House Appropriations Bill, sponsored by Congressman
Jay Inslee,Congressman Dave Reichert, and Senator Maria Cantwell.,
$286,899

2007-2008     
Johnson & Johnson Promise of Nursing Capacity Grant: A Diversity Outreach to Increase Students from Underrepresented/Minority Population, $25,000

1995 
Maternal and Child Health Bureau funded UW-Madison Pediatric Pulmonary Center for Interdisciplinary Graduate Training. Co-PI’s Christopher Green, MD and Mary Baroni, PhD, RN, $1,500,000  for continued funding. Planned collaborativegraduate interdisciplinary seminar between UW-Madison PPC, Marquette and UW-Milwaukee for successful implementation in 1997 via VTEL.    

1976-1977    
Interest and Deterrents to Baccalaureate Education among NursesWithout Degrees. Partial funding for undergraduate research from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, School of Nursing, Charlotte, NC, 

Professional Service:

2012-    Statewide Workgroup convened by the Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) to develop a seamless pathway for academic progression from RN to BSN. Co-Chair.

2011-    CNEWS Executive Team and Chair, Academic Progression and Curricular Innovations,

2010    RWJF Future of Nursing Regional Awareness Meeting host at UW Bothell, November 30, 2010 with 30 participants from nursing education and practice.   

2008-10   Washington Center for Nursing (WCN) Master Plan Implementation: Workgroup on RN-BSN/MN Capacity (Chair)

2006-2008    Council for Nursing in Washington State (CNEWS) Master Plan for Nursing Education in Washington State design team

2005-    Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) On-Site Evaluator

2004-2005    Co-Chair of Statewide Pre-Nursing Science Transfer Associate Degree Workgroup. Legislatively mandated initiative to develop an associate degree pathway to prepare students for an upper division nursing major at multiple WA State baccalaureate institutions

2004-2008    Washington State Nursing Association (WSNA) Professional Nursing Health Care and Education Council

2002 -  Council for Nursing Education in Washington State (CNEWS)

Awards:

2007    Washington State Nurses Associate (WSNA) Professional Nursing &
            Health Care Council award for Nursing Education, 2007

 

Did You Know?

UW Bothell will celebrate its 25th anniversary during the 2014-15 school year.