School of Nursing and Health Studies

Jerelyn A. Resnick, Principal Lecturer

Jerelyn Resnick, PhD, RN
Senior Lecturer


Email: jerelyn@u.washington.edu
    
 

 

 

 

CV in PDF Format

EDUCATION

  • University of Washington:  Ph.D. in Education, 2002
  • University of Washington:  M.N., 1987
  • University of Iowa:  B.S.N, 1980.

CERTIFICATION
Washington Registered Nurse, #258-00 0079404, expires 7.30.13.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

8/10-present     Senior Lecturer, UW Bothell Nursing and Health Studies Program
9/02-8/10           Lecturer, UW Bothell Nursing Program

  • BEDUC 423: Knowing and Teaching:  Health, Fitness, and Issues of Abuse
  • BCUSP 104/110: Global Health and Scientific Thinking
  • BCUSP 115: Changing Your World:  Individuals, Communities and Global Health
  • BCUSP 118: Creating Health:  Research, Reflection and Personal Change
  • BNURS 350: Critical Thinking
  • BNURS 407: Cultural and Social Issues in Health Care
  • BNURS 408: Community Health Theory
  • BNURS 409: Community Health Practicum
  • BNURS 410: Legal and Ethical Issues in Clinical Practice
  • BNURS 450: Connected Learning
  • BHLTH  465: Adolescent Health
  • BNURS 495: Senior Portfolio
  • BHLTH  497: Teaching & Learning Strategies for Patient and Family Education
  • BNURS 498: Independent Study
  • BNURS 499: Special Projects
  • BNURS 503: Fieldwork
  • BNURS 508: Ethics, Aesthetics
  • BNURS 510: Technology-Enhanced Pedagogy
  • BNURS 511: Curriculum Development
  • BNURS 513: Theories and Methods of Teaching and Learning
  • BNURS 598: Scholarly Project

9/00-8/02   T.A., UW Bothell Nursing Program

HONORS, AWARDS AND GRANTS

2005-06
UW Diversity Enhancement Project Award. “Nursing Diversity Curriculum Reform Project” with Drs. Mary Abrums and Heidi Petry.

2005-06
UW Bothell Worthington Scholar Award. “Developing Undergraduate Research” with Drs. Becky Rosenberg, David Goldstein and Linda Watts.

2004-05
UW Bothell Ethel Jenisch Rose Endowment Award. “Initiating a Campus-wide Undergraduate Research Program at UW Bothell” with Dr. Linda Watts.

2001-02  
Huckabay Teaching Fellowship.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

11/12- 
Principal investigator on Using Reflection to Promote RNB Students' Application of Theory to Practice in an Ethics Course

1/10-8/11
Co-investigator of Curriculum innovations in schools of nursing with Drs. Janet Phillips, Sharon Boni, Pat Bradley, Janet Grady, Judith Ruland and Nancy Steuver.

9/05-8/08 
Research Associate, UW Bothell Nursing Program. Assisted PI with theoretical framework development, narrative analysis and writing for Journey or destination?  Evaluating student learning about race and class discrimination in health care.   With Dr. Mary Abrums and Leslie Irving. 

2002
Change and tradition:  Gender identity construction of adolescent girls under the influence of the hidden curriculum. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, UW Seattle.

1996-1997,1998-9/00
Pre-Doctoral Research Associate, Seattle Midlife Women's Health Study, UW School of Nursing, Seattle.  Recruited and interviewed women, provided instructions and collected specimens; performed qualitative analysis of annual health reports. Provided content and coordination for project website; wrote and edited project newsletter.

1997-1998
Pre-Doctoral Research Associate, Reconnecting At-Risk Youth Project, UW School of Nursing, Seattle. Recruited and consented students and parents; conducted school-based in-depth structured risk assessment interviews and referred students to case management services;  taught skills- building course to students identified as most at risk.

1987 
Health-seeking behavior of Salvadoran refugees in Seattle.  Unpublished master’s thesis, UW Seattle.

1985-1986
Research Associate II, UW School of Nursing, Seattle.  Abstracted prenatal, intra¬partal, postpartum and neonatal data from patient charts for a researcher exploring health decision-making in a healthy population.

PUBLICATIONS

Phillips, J.M., Resnick, J., Boni, S., Bradley, P., Grady, J., Ruland, J., &  Steuver, N.L., Voices of innovation: Building a model for curricular transformation.  Manuscript under revision and will be submitted December 2012 to International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship for second review.

Phillips, J.M., Resnick, J., Boni, S., Bradley, P., Grady, J., Ruland, J., &  Steuver, N.L., Voices of innovation: Building a model for curricular transformation.  Manuscript submitted September 2011 to Nursing Education Perspectives, whose decision was to recommended major revisions.

Abrums, M., Resnick, J., & Irving, L.  (2010).  Journey or destination?  Evaluating student learning about race and class discrimination in health care.  Nursing Education Perspectives, 31 (3), 160-166.

Resnick, J., Westbrook, L., & Goldstein, D.  The use of end-of-term progress reports to enhance student portfolios and program assessment (working title). Manuscript in preparation.

PRESENTATIONS

Using Tegrity to enhance social, cognitive and teaching presence in a hybrid  nursing ethics course. Abstract submitted for presentation at Tegrity Users Conference, Seattle, April 2012

Qualitative evaluation of student progress.  Poster presented with Dr. Linda    Westbrook at the plenary session of Elsevier/Mosby’s Faculty Development Institute, Jan. 2012, Las Vegas, NV.

Qualitative analysis of RN-BSN student-reported competencies.  Abstract submitted with Dr. Linda Westbrook for presentation at WIN Annual Communicating Nursing Research conference, April 2012.

A research-informed model for seamless academic progression.  Abstract presented  at the September 2011 NLN Education Summit by members of the NLN Task Group on Curriculum Innovations.

Engaging tomorrow’s leaders:  The first-year discovery core program and student success.  Abstract submitted with Dr. Kris Kellejian and Danielle Rowland for presentation at the Feb. 2012 AAC&U General Education and Assessment conference, New Orleans, LA.

Enhancing nursing education and practice through the integration of learning technologies.  Poster presented at April 2011 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Symposium, UW Bothell.

Strengthening nursing expertise in educational technology. Abstract presented at April 2011 WIN conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Implementing e-portfolios throughout first-year and upper-division curricula using Google Sites.  Abstract presented with Drs. David Goldstein and Linda Watts  at Feb. 2011 conference of Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-based Learning, Salt Lake City, UT.

RN-BSN curriculum revision:  Evaluating student outcomes.  With Dr. Linda Westbrook. Presented Dec.10, 2010 at Global Alliance for Leadership in Nursing Education and Science (GANES) Conference, Washington, D.C.

Technology-enhanced pedagogy: A hybrid course to ease the transition into teaching with technology.  Presented Dec. 10, 2010 at Global Alliance for Leadership in Nursing Education and Science (GANES) Conference, Washington, D.C.

How innovative is your curriculum?  Trends, tools, and resources.  Presented by  Drs. Janet Phillips, Sharon Boni, Pat Bradley, Janet Grady, Judith Ruland and Nancy Steuver of the NLN Task Group on Curriculum Innovations at September 2010 NLN Education Summit.

Do you wiki?  Using a wikispace for collaborative scholarly work.  Presented by Drs. Janet Phillips, Sharon Boni, Pat Bradley, Janet Grady, Judith Ruland and Nancy Steuver of the NLN Task Group on Curriculum Innovations at September 2010 NLN Education Summit.

Assessing a general education unit at the three-year mark.  With Dr. David Goldstein and Amira Davis.  Poster presented at Feb. 2010 AAC&U conference on general education and assessment, Seattle, WA.

Collaborating with MN students in formative RN-BSN curriculum evaluation.  Abstract accepted for presentation to April 2009 Western Institute of Nursing Research conference, Salt Lake City, Utah. Presented by MN students.

Innovations in curriculum design—new emerging models.  Presented by Drs. Janet Phillips, Sharon Boni, Pat Bradley, Janet Grady, Judith Ruland and Nancy Steuver at September 2009 NLN Education Summit.

Connecting ethics to health care practices and policies. (2008, October).  Poster presented at the conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Transforming RNB education with technology. (2008, September).  Paper presented at NLN Education Summit, San Antonio, Texas.

Adapting learning technologies to the needs of RNB students. (2008, May).Poster presented at the UW Symposium on Teaching and Learning, Seattle, WA.

Politics, culture and health in Cuba:  A fieldwork experience. (2007, October).  With Dr. Mary Abrums, Ellen Adams, Judith Tracey, Jan Amberg, Janis Miller, Pam Christensen and Linda Sterritt. Paper presented at Professional Nurse Educators Group conference, Portland, OR.

Journey or destination:  Evaluating student learning about race and class discrimination in health care. (2007, October). With Dr. Mary Abrums and Leslie Irving. Paper presented at Professional Nurse Educators Group conference, Portland, OR.

Teaching to care:  Using caring theory and narrative pedagogy to enhance patient and family education. (2007, October).  With Theresa Chason.  Poster presented at Professional Nurse Educators Group conference, Portland, OR.

Teaching to care:  Using caring theory and narrative pedagogy to enhance patient and family education. (2007, October). With Theresa Chason.  Poster presented at UW Symposium on Teaching and Learning, Seattle, WA.

Learning through experience:  Exploring “The spirit catches you and you fall down.” (2006, April). Poster presented at UW Symposium on Teaching and Learning, Seattle, WA.

Fostering a climate for collaborative undergraduate research. (2006, April). With Drs. Becky Rosenberg, David Goldstein, Gowri Shankar, and Amanda Hornby. Poster presented at UW Symposium on Teaching and Learning, Seattle, WA.

Problem-based learning in a web-enhanced community health nursing course.  (2006, April). Roundtable presented at Association of American Colleges and Universities Conference, Seattle, WA.

Preparing for community health nursing through online problem-based learning.  (2006, April). Roundtable presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.  

Using online groups to foster engagement and collaboration in community Health nursing.  (2005, April). Roundtable presentation at UW Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Showcase, Seattle, WA.

Was the question they were answering on the questionnaire? (2001, April).  Paper presented at the Western Institute of Nursing Communicating Nursing Research conference, Seattle, WA.

SERVICE TO THE UWB NURSING PROGRAM

2012-13 MN admissions committee

2012-13 Chair of MN curriculum revision committee

2012-13 Course Coordinator for BNURS 350

2011- Member of lecturers' group addressing Boyer Model criteria

2011-12 Search committee for nursing program director

2011 Member of Health Studies major planning group

2010 Site Coordinator for Everett cohort

2010-12 Course Coordinator for BNURS 407

2010 Search committee for BSN advisor

2009- Curriculum Coordination/Faculty Development Scholarship of Teaching

2008 Undergraduate Curriculum Development Institute

2007 UWB Nursing Program Evaluation Committee Co-Chair

2011-12 Supervised independent study with BSN student Hannah Lewis to explore the possibilities of transforming the portfolio to an e-portfolio

2012 Supervised independent study with MN students Carol Ridenhour and Judy Anderson to explore technology-enhanced pedagogy

Mentored MN students in teaching as part of their 503 fieldwork:

2012    

  • Carol Ridenhour, BNURS 410

2012        

  • Amy Becroft, Brian Halpern, Karen Thies, BHLTH 465

2011    

  • Diane Gullick, BNURS 407
  • Donna Wahbeh, redesign of BNURS 510

2010       

  • Cyndy Farrell & Diane Gullick, course development of BNURS 510
  • Gail McLean BNURS 410
  • Diane Gullick, implementation of BNURS 510

2009       

  • Gail McLean BNURS 513
  • Shannon Wilner BNURS 410
  • Mary Laws BCUSP 115b

2008        

  • Corki Budnick, BNURS 410
  • Kathryn Ogden, BHLTH 465
  • Theresa Chason, BHLTH 465 (post-Master’s)
  • Gail McLean, teaching circle focused on nurse educator courses    
  • Mary Chesney, Mt. Vernon cohort BSN program evaluation (Walden University MN student)

2004-07   Mentored MN students in BNURS 407, BNURS 409, BHLTH 497

2012-13  
Chair of master's committee:

  • David Bauer: nursing education/policy focus
  • Caryl Greenwood: focus on online teaching and learning for ADN students
  • Brian Halpern: curriculum development, teaching MN students to teach simulation
  • Susan Jones: focus on new grad residency program

2011-12  
Chair of master’s committee:

  • Amanda Wiggins Smith: IV therapy curriculum development
  • Bethany Langlais: Exploration and development of an advance practice role in maternal child health in the global setting
  • Susan Diane Guillick: Design of a nursing grand rounds presentation on the nursing care of a hospitalized patient with a secondary diagnosis of fibromyalgia

2010-11    
Chair of master’s committee:

  • Dennis Chang, Reframing the pre-licensure medical-surgical class
  • Jennifer Hoople, Hospice Care Curriculum Development for Associate Degree Nurses

2004   
2nd reader on a master’s committee:

  • Joe Johnson (2011-): residency program at worksite
  • Judy Anderson (2011-12):  nurse educator pathway
  • Pat Arteaga (2010-11): Exploration and development as a nurse educator in the advanced practice role
  • Susan Diane Gullick (2010-11): Design of a nursing grand rounds presentation on the nursing care of a hospitalized patient with a secondary diagnosis of fibromyalgia
  • Caryn Carter (2010-):  Nurse educator, alternative pathway
  • Coral Crandall (2010-11): Building competencies as a clinical nurse educator:  Alternative pathway learning
  • Cyndy Farrell, Making a Difference: Teaching Cultural Competence to Hospital Staff, (2009-10)
  • Gail McLean (2009-10): scholarly project on associate degree nurse education
  • Jennie Turner (2008-09), scholarly project on nursing faculty formation
  • Gwen Pilon (2008-09): Portfolios in Undergraduate Nursing Student Education
  • Jan Helm (2007-08): scholarly project on associate degree nurse education
  • Narine Shakaramov (2005-06): scholarly project on Russian immigrant health care and health education needs
  • Anne Coghlan (2004-05): Survey of Ambulatory Care Nurses in Okanagan County, WA:  Perceptions of Needs and Barriers to Access of Continuing Education
  • Christine Perkins (2003-04): Implementing a Cultural Competency Workshop for Licensed Nurses

2002-06 BSN admissions committee

SERVICE TO THE UWB AND UWS CAMPUSES

2012 Member, SOTL Seminar Discussions on Teaching and Learning

2012 SGID trainer, with Dr.  Bruce Kochis

2012 Reviewer for UWB Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Symposium

2011 Reviewer for UWB Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Symposium

2009 Search committee for CUSP advisors

2008-09 CUSP Program Third Year Review Co-Chair

2008-2012 Faculty Oversight Committee on University Studies (FOCUS)

2008 UWS Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Forum proposal reviewer

2008-09 Technology and Teaching Innovation Task Force

2007-08 Campus-wide Entry and Exit Survey Planning Committee

2007-09 Campus Council on Academic Standards and Curriculum

2007-09 Participant in CUSP summer planning workshops

2004 Small Group Instructional Diagnoses (SGIDs) for IAS, S&T, Business, and CSS

2002-2011 Honors and Ceremonies Committee

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

  • 2008-2010 NLN Task Group on Innovations in Curriculum Design
  • UW CNE planning group member for 2008 Nurse Educators conference
  • Reviewer for Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.  Reviewed 1 article in 2010.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

  • Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL)
  • National League for Nursing (NLN)
  • International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • Sigma Theta Tau International
  • Washington State Nurses Association

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1993-1996 Public Health Nurse, Downtown Public Health Center, Public Health—Seattle & King County. 

1989-1993 Public Health Nurse, Columbia Health Center, Public Health—Seattle & King County. 

1988-1989 Health Educator and Obstetrics Program Coordinator, Sea Mar Community Health Center, Seattle.

1987 Health Educator, Aesculapius International Medicine, El Salvador.  

1986-1987 Per diem Registered Nurse, Public Health—Seattle & King County.  Fam¬ily plan¬ning, obstetrics, and pediatrics clinics.

1986 Earthquake Relief Nurse, Salvation Army, El Sal¬vador. 

1983-1984 Consulting Nurse, Pacific Medical Center, Seattle.

1983-1984 Per diem Registered Nurse, King County Jail, Seattle.

1982-1983 Community Health Nurse, Erie Family Health Center, Chicago. 

1981-1982
Visiting Nurse, Visiting Nurse Association of Chicago.

1981 Medical translator for multilingual dictionary company, San Sebastian, Spain.

1980 Staff nurse, Postpartum, University of New Mexico Medical Center, Albuquerque.

Did You Know?

Bjong "Wolf" Yeigh became UW Bothell's third chancellor on Sept. 3, 2013.