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Marion Broome PhD, RN, FAAN - Dean and Distinguished Professor at Indiana University School of Nursing and Associate Vice-President for Academic Affairs at Clarian Health Partners. Since 2003, she has been editor-in-chief of Nursing Outlook, the official journal of the American Academy of Nursing. Over the past 30 years Dr. Broome has taught in BSN, MSN and PhD programs in nursing at the Medical College of Georgia, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Rush University in Chicago and University of Alabama at Birmingham. Her areas of expertise include children in pain, intervention research, research ethics related to children in research, leadership development, grant writing and writing for publication. Her research has been funded by NIH, the American Cancer Society and Pfizer, Inc. Dr. Broome has published more than 85 articles, chapters and books, primarily in the area of pediatric and research. Dr. Broome serves as a member of the Advisory Council for the National Institute of Nursing Research at NIH and is a research consultant for several hospitals in Indiana. As a member of STTI she serves as a faculty member for the STTI Maternal-Child Nursing Leadership Academy, is a member of the STTI President’s CNO/Dean’s Advisory Committee and serves on the STTI Foundation Board of Directors.
Linda Daley PhD, RN - Assistant Dean for Prelicensure Programs and Associate Clinical Professor at The Ohio State University. Dr. Daley has been a nurse educator for more than 30 years and has been in an administrative position for more than 6 years. Her PhD is in Higher Education, Educational Policy and Leadership. Dr. Daley’s experiences include classroom and clinical teaching strategies, curriculum development, mentoring new clinical faculty with a focus on development of the "professional self" and legal issues related to educational practice. Her clinical expertise focuses on acute cardiac care and exercise as a health promotion strategy. Her most recent presentations have focused on virtual learning environments and interdisciplinary simulations. She has served in a variety of STTI chapter and national/regional offices. She has been an AACN Leadership Fellow and was recently accepted into the university’s President’s and Provost’s Leadership Institute.
Mary Ann Scott RN, MSN - Nursing Knowledge International Director. Previous positions include: senior executive positions in pediatrics and maternal child services at a 650-bed tertiary level teaching hospital with a 17-bed pediatric emergency department and level III NICU; led the team that built a $13.8 million family life center that introduced LDR concept, maternal fetal medicine department, computerized charting and innovative pre- and post-hospitalization programming.
Carol McVeigh RN, RM, MNS, PhD - Carol McVeigh, PhD, RN, RM is a Professor of Nursing and Head of the School of Health and Social Services at Massey University in New Zealand. As the head of a large multi-campus multi-discipline school Professor McVeigh is responsible for the day-to-day management of program offerings, leadership development and budget control. She has particular interest in the use of computer based programs designed to assist in workload allocation, staffing ratios and financial planning. Professor McVeigh has experience in risk management, change in the workplace and dispute resolution. Carol is also interested in assisting staff "find a healthy balance" between family, practice, academic pursuits, research and study.
Carolyn Yucha RN, PhD, FAAN - Carolyn Yucha is Dean of the School of Nursing and the School of Allied Health Sciences at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She earned her academic credentials from the State University of New York system; her BS in Nursing from the University at Albany; her MS in Nursing from the University at Buffalo; and her PhD in Physiology from Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse, NY. She worked at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and the University of Florida before moving to Las Vegas. Dr. Yucha has received research funding from the National Institutes of Health, has published numerous articles and is editor of a scientific journal, Biological Research for Journal. She has been a member of Sigma Theta Tau since 1978, having served in numerous leadership roles.