Career Advisor: Leadership
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Anne Becker MS, RN - Currently volunteers as an Internet editorial advisor for graduate students, including international doctoral students as an alumnus of the University of California at San Francisco. Previous positions include consulting for Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford and E. I. Du Pont De Nemours and Co., neonatal clinical specialist at Packard Children’s Hospital with co-staff nurse positions, advanced neonatal staff nurse positions at Stanford University Hospital and Children's Hospital at Oakland. For more than 15 years reviewed articles for publication in The Journal of Neonatal Nursing. Specific interests include neonatal nursing, policy and procedure development for both hospital and volunteer organizations, and as a participant in national organizational projects such as the development the new clinical nurse specialist exam. Most recent publication was a continuing education module for health care professionals called “Traveling with Disabilities,” which included personal experiences with the topic.
Linda Daley PhD, RN - Assistant Dean for Prelicensure Programs and Associate Clinical Professor at 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 six 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 of 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.
Rosemary L. Goodyear EdD, APRN, FAANP - Dr. Rosemary Goodyear is the current Past Chair of the International Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nurse Network of the International Council of Nurses. She is an associate faculty member at the University of San Diego and University of South Florida. Dr. Goodyear is also an independent consultant with Consultant Nurse Associates providing clients with assistance on accreditation, regulation and program development. She received her BSN in San Antonio, Texas, from Incarnate Word College, her master's in nursing at the University of Colorado and her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership in the School of Education at University of San Diego. Her work as a professional nurse includes hospital nursing, school nursing and nursing education at all levels of nurse preparation, program coordination and directorships. She has also owned and operated a private nurse practitioner practice in a small community with a patient census of 2,000 clients where she provided primary health care services, health promotion and patient education. Since retirement from university education in 1999 she established Nurse Consultant Associates and has consulted nationally in the USA and internationally in multiple nations. In 2000 Dr.Goodyear volunteered with the International Council of Nurses as a leader in establishing and developing the International NP/APN Network as well as a facilitator in the authoring of the Scope of Practice, Standards and Competencies for the International NP/APN.
Sara Horton-Deutsch PhD, CNSA, RN - Sara Horton-Deutsch, RN, CNS, PhD is an associate professor of nursing and coordinator of the Graduate Psychiatric Nursing Program, Indiana University School of Nursing. A nurse educator for more than 15 years, Dr. Horton-Deutsch has a doctorate from Rush University in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing. Clinical experience has included private practice, psychiatric consultation/liaison nursing and practitioner/teacher on an inpatient geropsychiatric unit. Dr. Horton-Deutsch is also the Program Director of a $712,000, 3-year (2008-2011) Advanced Nursing Education Grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) at the Department of Health and Human Services. The project focuses on the outcomes of increasing the number, diversity, and distribution of advanced practice psychiatric mental health nurses in rural and underserved regions of Indiana by making advanced education available through the development of a distance-accessible program. It will serve to educate those who are committed to being psychiatric/mental health clinical nurse specialists (CNS), psychiatric nurse educators and/or faculty, as well as those seeking post-master’s psychiatric certification. Dr. Horton-Deutsch’s scholarship focuses on reflective practices as a guide to expanding relational capacity of health care providers, reflective leadership and interpretative pedagogies. Another scholarly interest focuses on the use of mindfulness-based therapeutic interventions.
Carol Huston MSN, MPA, DPA, FAAN - Carol Huston received her BSN from University of Iowa in 1977, her MSN from California State University, Chico in 1982, and her MPA and DPA from University of Southern California in 1997. Dr. Huston has been a professor of nursing at California State University, Chico (CSUC) since 1982. She served as master teacher for CSUC from 1999-2001, outstanding teacher for CSUC for 2001/2002, and outstanding professor for CSUC for 2008/2009. Dr. Huston also taught in the Family Nurse Practitioner program at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA from 1998 to 2006. Dr. Huston is the author of four textbooks on leadership, management and professional issues in nursing (12 editions total) and has published mroe than 80 articles in leading professional journals. She serves on the editorial board for Journal of Nursing Scholarship and as a manuscript reviewer for multiple journals. Professional affiliations include ANA-California and STTI. She served as the Region 1 coordinator of STTI from 1999-2001, on the Board of Directors from 2001-2005, as president-elect from 2005-2007 and as president from 2007-2009. Dr. Huston is a frequent speaker at nursing conferences and has keynoted more than 150 presentations worldwide. Her research interests include critical thinking, outcomes measurement, quality health care, and empowerment of the nursing profession. In Nov. 2007, she became a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.
Mansour Jumaa RN, Dprof, FWACN, CMgr, MBA - Mansour currently serves on the Sigma Theta Tau International Leadership Succession Committee and the Service Advisory Council. He is a trustee and director of MIND in Brighton and Hove in England. Mansour is an experienced chartered manager, executive business and life coach. Since 2006, he is the Chief External Examiner for the MSc Leadership in Healthcare and related subjects at the University of Cumbria, England. His clinical area of expertise is mental health and psychiatric nursing with a special focus on interpersonal, group and emotional skills development. Dr Jumaa has worked within the United Kingdom’s National Health Service and the University sectors for over thirty years. e was a Principal Lecturer and Programme Director in Healthcare and Nursing Management at Middlesex University, London, England. In the last 20 years Mansour has demonstrated strategic responsibility and accountability within organisations; led the development of personnel and procedures to meet individual and organisational objectives; established strategy to guide various organisations; had operational and strategic responsibility for substantial programmes and resources within various organisations; reviewed the external and internal operating environments, evaluated and improved organisational performance in various organisations. He has led and managed within private, public and charitable organisations. Mansour graduated from the world famous master's program in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has a Certificate in Counselling from the Lincoln Clinic and Institute for Psychotherapy, London, and a post-graduate diploma in humanistic psychology from the University of Surrey in England. He is an experienced accredited facilitator of organisational, group and personal development from the IDHP – the Institute for the Development of Human Potential.
Daniel Pesut PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN - Dr. Pesut served as president (2003-2005) of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International. He is a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing, and a board certified clinical nurse specialist in adult psychiatric mental health nursing. He is the recipient of many awards including an Army Commendation Award while on active duty (1975-1978) in the US Army Nurse Corps; Sigma Theta Tau International Edith Moore Copeland Founder’s Award for Creativity; The American Assembly for Men in Nursing Luther Christman Award; Distinguished Alumni Awards from Northern Illinois University School of Nursing-College of Health and Human Services; as well as a number of other distinguished alumni, teaching, mentoring and leadership awards. Dr. Pesut is a popular author, speaker and consultant, and is internationally known for his work in nursing education - creative-teaching learning methods; self-regulation of health status, clinical reasoning, futures thinking and leadership development.
Theresa (Terri) Pietsch RN, MSN, CRRN, NE-BC, PhD-C - Areas of expertise: leadership, mentoring and rehabilitation. As a nurse educator for the last six years, Ms. Pietsch is working towards the completion of her PhD degree at Widener University School of Nursing in Chester PA. The focus of her dissertation work is nurses’ attitudes toward e-mentoring. As a member of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses, Ms. Pietsch was appointed to the Rehabilitation Nursing Certification Board’s CRRN Examination and Test Item Development committees. Previous positions include: vice president of patient care for acute care, behavioral health and physical rehabilitation facilities; geriatric psychiatric nurse; rehabilitation nurse; and nursing supervisor. Her expertise includes nurse staffing, budget development and cost controls, critical analyses for decision-making and mentoring strategies for staff nurses. After refocusing her own nursing career, Ms Pietsch can address the transition from hospital nursing to the role of a nurse educator in academia. Ms Pietsch’s clinical area of expertise includes acute behavioral health, rehabilitation nursing and long-term care nursing.