(Degree, Focus Areas, Year)
Nursing - 2003
MSN, Pediatric Critical Care Nurse Practitioner Program - 1993
BSN, Nursing - 1988
Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations
Most Recent Publications:
Schneidereith, T.A. (2015). Seeing Through Google Glass: Using an Innovative
Technology to Improve Medication Safety Behaviors in Undergraduate Nursing
Students. Nursing Education Perspectives 36(5), 337-339. doi: 10.5480/15-1653
Schneidereith, T. (2014). Using simulations to identify nursing student
behaviors: A longitudinal study of medication administration. Journal of
Nursing Education, 53(2), 89-92. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20140122-07
Most Recent Presentations:
Schneidereith, T. (Podium, 2016). Dosage Miscalculations at the Point of
Care: New Views and New Perspectives. Stevenson University Scholars'
Showcase, Kaleidoscope: Changing the Picture. Stevenson, MD.
Schneidereith, T., Herrington, A., Bensfield, L., Hawkins, K., Sule, E, and
Thurling, C.H. (Poster, 2015). Integrating Simulation into the Curriculum:
What Does it Really Mean? 10th Annual National League for Nursing/ Elsevier
Technology Conference, Tampa, FL.
Schneidereith, T. (Poster, 2015). Using Google Glass to Identify Medication
Administration Behaviors in Undergraduate Nursing Students. 10th Annual
National League for Nursing/ Elsevier Technology Conference, Tampa, FL.
Schneidereith, T. (Podium, 2015). Google Glass: An Innovative
Teaching-Learning Method to Improve Medication Administration Safety in
Nursing Students. Stevenson University Scholars' Showcase, Discoveries: From
Centers to Margins. Stevenson, MD.
Schneidereith, T. (Poster, 2013). Using Technology to Increase Safety: Can
the iPad Influence Medication Administration in Simulation? 8th Annual
National League for Nursing/ Elsevier Technology Conference, Philadelphia,