Directory of Researchers

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Name:

Donna Sue Gloe

Education:

University of Missouri, Columbia, BA Psychology, 1973

Lincoln University, MEd Guidance and Counseling, 1977

St. John's School of Nursing, Diploma Nursing, 1983

Southwest Baptist University, BSN Nursing, 1991

Nova Southeastern University, EdD Health Care Education, 1996

Missouri State University, MSN Nursing Education, 1999

Current Employer/Affiliation:

Missouri State Univeristy

Department of Nursing

Contact Information:

Donna Gloe, EdD, RN-BC

Assistant Professor

Coordinator of Nursing Simulation Lab

Missouri State University

Springfield, Missouri 65897

PH: 417-836-5655

FAX: 417-836-5484

E-Mail: donnagloe@missouristate.edu

Published Research:

McDonnell, S., Hover, A. R., Gloe, D. S., Ou, C. Y., Cogswell, M., Grummer-Strawn,

L. (1999). Population-based screening for hemochromatosis using

phenotypic and DNA testing among FMO employees – Springfield, MO. The

American Journal of Medicine, 107 (1), 30-37.

Current Research Interests:

Integration of simulation into the curriculum

Simulation for competency evaluations

Encouraging instructor usage of simulation

Multidisciplinary simulation

Type of Simulation:

Patient Simulators
Computer-based
Haptic devices
Standardized Patients

Teacher Centered:

Roles
Responsibilities
Effectiveness

Student Centered:

Roles in Simulation
# students involved in simulation
Learning styles

Educational Practices:

Active Learning
High Expectations
Collaboration
Feedback
Student-Faculty Interaction
Diverse Learning
Time on Task

Design Characteristics:

Fidelity
Debriefing/Guided Reflection
Cueing
Student Prep Prior to Simulation
Duration of Simulation

Outcomes:

Critical Thinking
Clinical Judgment
Self Confidence

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