Mrs. Fellows, SDAP Coordinator is an instructor in the Breen School of Nursing. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Toledo and Master of Science in Nursing degree with a focus on Education from Walden University. She is also a board-certified Nurse Educator. Mrs. Fellows brings over 20 years of nursing experience to the Breen School, working in areas such as Emergency room, Pediatrics and management. Professional interests include: Current pursuit of Doctorate in Nursing Education and exploring/utilizing active learning/teaching strategies for classrooms and legal nurse consulting. Personal interests include soccer, Cleveland sports, reading and writing women’s Christian/historical fiction.
Sharpnack, P.; Goliat, L., Dillon-Bleich, K., Fellows, B., & Rogers, K., (2014, May 27-29). Moving from Meaningful Use to Meaningful Care:Helping Students Gain Informatics Competencies. 2014 QSEN National Forum, Baltimore, MD. Podium Presentation
RECENT JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS:
Sharpnack P., Koppelman C., Fellows B.(2014). Using a Dedicated Education Unit Clinical Education Model With Second-Degree Accelerated Nursing Program Students. J Nurs Educ. 53(12) 685-691. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20141120-01.
-Hearst Award 2013-2014 (Faculty-BSON)- National League for Nursing; Integration of Geriatric Competencies
-Spirit Award 2013-Ursuline College
-Curriculum Revision for undergraduate nursing students