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PUBLICATIONS

 

BOOK CONTRIBUTIONS

Text Book Chapter

Altmiller, G.  (March 2014).  Interdisciplinary Teamwork and Collaboration.  In P. Kelly, C McAuliffe, & B. Votto (editors) Introduction to Quality and Safety Education for Nurses.  New York, NY: Springer

Exemplar

Altmiller, G.  (2010).  Promoting safety by influencing new-to-practice nurses.  Exemplar

Patti Rager Zuzelo The clinical nurse specialist handbook, 2nd ed., 319-322 Sudbury, MA:  Jones and Bartlett.

Exemplar

Wieland, D., Altmiller, G., Dorr, M. & Wolf, Z. (2010). Clinical transition of baccalaureate nursing students during preceptored pregraduation practicum. In A. Meleis, Transitions theory: Middle range and situation specific theories in research and practice. Chapter 6. Situational Transitions: Education, Section 6.2. New York, NY: Springer.

 

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Altmiller, G. (2017). Content validation of a QSEN based clinical evaluation instrument.

Nurse Educator, 42(1). 23-27.

 

Altmiller, G.  (2012).  Student perceptions of incivility in nursing education: Implications for educators.  Nursing Education Perspectives 33(1), 15-20.

Publication of Dissertation Study

 

Wolf, Z. R., Altmiller, G., & Bicknell, P.  (2011)  Development and testing of the patient safety test.  Nurse Educator, 36(5), 187-191.

 

Wolf, Z. R., Hicks, R. W., Altmiller, G., & Bicknell, P. (2009). Nursing student medication errors involving tubing and catheters: A descriptive study.  Nurse Education Today, 29, 681-688.

 

Wieland, D., Altmiller, G., Dorr, M., & Wolf, Z. R.  (2007)  Clinical transition of

baccalaureate nursing students during preceptored, pregraduation practicums.  Nursing Education Perspectives, 28(6), 315-321.

 

THEORY PUBLICATIONS

Eymard, A., & Altmiller, G. (2016) Teaching Nursing Students the Importance of Treatment Fidelity in Intervention Research: Students as Interventionists. Journal of Nursing Education, 55,(5), 288-91.

 

Altmiller, G.  (2016). Strategies for providing constructive feedback to students.  Nurse Educator, 41(3), 118-9.

 

Hurwitz, B., Brown, J., & Altmiller, G.  (2015). Improving pediatric temperature

measurement in the ED.   AJN, 115(9), 48-55.

 

Altmiller, G. (2013).  Application of the QSEN Competencies in Orthopaedic Nursing:

Implications for preceptors.  Orthopaedic Nursing,32(2), 98-103.

  

Altmiller G. (September, 2012).  The role of constructive feedback in patient safety and

continuous quality improvement.  Nursing Clinics of North America, 47(3). 365-74.

 

Altmiller G. (2011).  Teaching clinical nurse specialist students to resolve conflict: Strategies that promote effective communication and teamwork.  Clinical Nurse Specialist, 25(5), 260-2.

 

Altmiller, G. (2011).  Quality and safety education for nurses (QSEN) competencies and the

clinical nurse specialist role: Implications for preceptors.  Clinical Nurse Specialist, 25(1), 28-32.

 

Ehrmann, G.  (2005).   Managing the aggressive nursing student.  Nurse Educator, 30(3), 98-

 

WEB BASED PUBLICATIONS

Altmiller, G. (2015).  Giving and Receiving Constructive Feedback.  Quality and Safety

Education for Nurses Teaching Strategy. http://qsen.org/giving-and-receiving-constructive-feedback/

 

Altmiller, G. (2015).  Unfolding Case Study: Applying the QSEN Competencies to the Care

of Patients with Parkinson’s Disease.  Quality and Safety Education for

Nurses Teaching Strategyhttp://qsen.org/unfolding-case-study-applying-the-qsen-competencies-to-the-care-of-patients-with-parkinsons-disease/

 

Altmiller, G. (2012).  Teamwork and Collaboration:  Teaching strategies to manage

challenging communications.  Quality and Safety Education for Nurses Teaching

Strategyhttp://qsen.org/teachingstrategies

 

Altmiller, G. (2010).  Quality and safety in nursing education: An introduction to the

competencies and knowledge skills and attitudes.  Quality and Safety Education for Nurses Teaching Strategyhttp://qsen.org/teachingstrategies

 

Altmiller, G.  (2010).  Reframing constructive criticism using reflection based on QSEN

competencies.  Quality and Safety Education for Nurses Teaching Strategyhttp://qsen.org/teachingstrategies

 

Altmiller, G.  (2008).  Peri-operative nursing:  An unfolding case study.  Quality and Safety

Education for Nurses Teaching Strategy. http://qsen.org/teachingstrategies

 

Altmiller, G.  (2008).  Pancreatitis unfolding case.  Quality and Safety Education for Nurses

Teaching Strategyhttp://qsen.org/teachingstrategies

 

ABSTRACT PUBLICATIONS

Altmiller, G.  (2013). Abstract: Teaching clinical nurse specialist students to resolve

conflict: Strategies that promote effective communication and teamwork.

Clinical Nurse Specialist, 27(2), E26.

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Altmiller, G.  (2013).  Abstract: Giving and receiving constructive feedback: The role of

preceptors in developing this skill.  Clinical Nurse Specialist, 27(2), E50.

 

Altmiller, G. (2011).  Abstract:  Quality and safety education for nurses and clinical nurse

specialist practice.  Clinical Nurse Specialist, 25(2), 91.

 

Altmiller, G. (2011).  Abstract:  Teaching new registered nurse graduates how to shield

themselves from lateral violence.  Clinical Nurse Specialist 25(2), 92.

 

Ehrmann, G.  (2006).  Abstract:  Culture of the month. Clinical Nurse Specialist, 20(2), 88.

 

PUBLISHED DISSERTATION

Altmiller, G. (2008). Incivility in nursing education: Student perceptions. Widener

University). ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, Publication 3313308, ID #

 

INVITED PUBLICATIONS

Altmiller, G. & Robertson, B.  (April 2011).  Communication and Teamwork.  National Council of State Boards of Nursing: Transition to Practice Program learning module.  This learning module was developed for implementation as a national program for new-to-practice nurses.  It was commissioned by the National Council that oversees licensing for all nurses in the United States.  This initiative is a national education program to be mandated for nursing licensure renewal.  The program consists of seven modules authored by experts in their field.  I was recruited as an expert in teamwork and communication.  This project entailed creating educational content that includes interactive exercises and a web-based examination for participants. Below is the link to a page about us as authors. The actual module is not accessible at this time as it has been piloted as part of a study.

https://www.ncsbn.org/About_Module_Authors.pdf

 

Altmiller, G. & Gurten, L.  (2009). The moral dilemma of cultural competence.

Pennsylvania Nurse, 64(3), 20-21      (graduate student co-author)

 

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