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Linda Goodfellow

Linda Goodfellow

Clinical Associate Professor
School of Nursing
Nursing

Distance Faculty
Phone: N/A
goodfellow@duq.edu

Education:

PhD, Nursing, University of Pittsburgh, 2000
MNEd, Nursing, University of Pittsburgh, 1980
BSN, Nursing, University of Pittsburgh, 1975
Bio

Dr. Goodfellow joined the faculty at Duquesne University School of Nursing in 1989 and for the first ten years taught in the undergraduate nursing program; specifically, medical-surgical, critical care and oncology nursing. During this time she completed her PhD in Nursing at the University of Pittsburgh with a focus in psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) or the study of mind over body. In 2000, Dr. Goodfellow began teaching in the online PhD Program in Nursing. Over the years she has taught several of the core courses including Research Seminar, Research Emphasis, Quantitative Methods in Nursing Research, and Issues in Health Measurement. Currently, she teaches the Structure of Nursing Knowledge course and serves as chair or committee member of several dissertation studies. The majority of Dr. Goodfellow's PhD students have received funding from specialty organizations or foundations for their dissertation studies.

Dr. Linda Goodfellow was appointed Chair of Duquesne University Institutional Review Board (IRB) in 2013 and over the past three years served in this role.

Dr. Goodfellow's program of research is in psychoneuroimmunology (PNI); specifically, stress management in spouses of patients with cancer. Dr. Goodfellow also has considerable expertise in designing and conducting intervention studies as well as online survey designs. She is considered an expert in clinical research and reviews manuscripts for high impact nursing research journals such as Nursing Research, the Oncology Nursing Forum, International Nursing Review, Journal of Professional Nursing, and Applied Nursing Research.

Dr. Goodfellow was the recipient of the 2013 Networked Digital Library Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) International ETD Leadership Award. Dr. Goodfellow and colleagues built an International Research Team made up of both a nurse scientist and heath science librarian from Australia, Great Britain and the United States to explore the knowledge and use of ETDs and digital libraries among faculty, graduate students and alumni of schools of nursing (Phase 1). The findings of this funded research study have been published by International Nursing Review. Phase 2 consisted of a study conducted via narrative inquiry to further ascertain awareness and use of ETDs and was also published in the journal, International Nursing Review. In 2015 the International ETD research team developed a formal partnership and launched a new organization, International Network for Electronic Theses and Dissertations in Nursing (INETDIN) to enhance ETD development. Our interactive website and be accessed at https://inetdinwebsite.wordpress.com/ . According to Dr. Goodfellow, "Our interdisciplinary team believes that our research will radically change the way graduate student research is presented, disseminated and used."

Research

2013 Professional Socialization of PhD Students: A National Survey. Principal Investigator: L. Goodfellow; Co-Investigator: M. Volino. Preparing Manuscript.

2012 An International Inquiry into the Challenges and Opportunities faced by Nurse Scholars while locating and utilizing Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Principal Investigator: L. Goodfellow; Co-investigators: C. MacDuff, G. Leslie, S. Copeland, D.Nolfi, & D. Blackwood. Grant recipient, Funded by Duquesne University Faculty Development Research Fund. $8000.

2011 Professional Socialization of PhD Students Enrolled in an Online PhD Program. Co-Investigators: L. Rourke & L. Goodfellow; Grant Recipient. Funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, $3000.

2010 Outcomes of Doctoral Scholarship: An Analysis of PhD Students' Dissertations and Publications. Principal Investigator: L. Goodfellow; Co-investigator: J. Lockhart. Grant Recipient, Funded by Duquesne University Academic Learning Outcomes Assessment, $1000.

2010 An International Survey of Nurse Scholars' Use of ETDs (ISNS-ETD). Principal Investigator: L. Goodfellow; Co-investigators: D. Nolfi, C. MacDuff, S. Copeland, G. Leslie, & D. Blackwood. Grant recipient, Funded by Duquesne University Faculty Development Research Fund, $8909.

2009 Synergy Model - Simulation Appraisal Tool (SM-SAT). Principal Investigator: B. Dean; Co-investigators: C. Larew, L. Simko, L. Goodfellow, & R. Henry. Grant Recipient, Funded by the American Nursing Foundation, $3500.

2008 What Is the Relationship Between Quality of Life and Coping Strategies in Adults With Celiac Disease Adhering to Gluten Free Diet? Principal Investigator: M. Smith; Co-investigator: L. M. Goodfellow, Grant Recipient, Funded by the Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates, $1724.

2005 Mood, Anxiety, Depression and the Frequency of Interventions Used to Reduce Stress in Spouses of Patients with Cancer. Principal Investigator: L.M. Goodfellow, Grant Recipient, Funded by Duquesne University Faculty Development Fund Research Award, Pittsburgh, PA., $7897.

2000 Effects of Therapeutic Back Massage on Psycho-physiologic Variables and Immune Function in Spouses of Cancer Patients. Principal Investigator: L.M. Goodfellow, Grant Recipient, Funded by the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute Immunology Laboratory and Diagnostic Studies, Pittsburgh, PA., $7000.

1997 - 2000 Effects of Therapeutic Back Massage on Psycho-physiologic Variables and Immune Function in Spouses of Cancer Patients. Principal Investigator: L.M. Goodfellow, Grant Recipient, Funded by National Institutes of Health to conduct dissertation study at the General Clinical Research Center at Montefiore University Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA (NIH/NCRR/GCRC/Grant #5MO1 RROOO56), $10,000.

1997 Effects of Therapeutic Back Massage on Psycho-physiologic Variables and Immune Function in Spouses of Cancer Patients. Principal Investigator; L.M. Goodfellow, Grant Recipient, Funded by Sigma Theta Tau International, Epsilon Phi Chapter Annual, $2000.

1995 Perceptions of Facial Disfigurement among Nursing Students: Effects of a Clinical Experience in Caring for Head and Neck Surgical Patients. Co-Principal Investigators: J.S. Lockhart & L.M. Goodfellow, Grant Recipient, Funded by the Society of Otorhinolaryngology and Head-Neck Nurses, $1000.

Scholarship

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Refereed Journals

Doerfler, R.E. & Goodfellow, L.M. (2016). Brief exposure to cognitive-behavioral therapy reduces side effect symptoms in patients with HIV on antiretroviral therapy, Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 27(4), DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jana.2016.02.010.

MacDuff, C., Goodfellow, L., Leslie, G., Copeland, S., Nolfi, D., & Blackwood, D. (2016). Slipping through the net: the paradox of nursing's electronic theses and dissertations, International Nursing Review, 63(2), 267-276, DOI: 10.1111/inr.12256.

Macduff, C., Goodfellow, L., Leslie, G., Copeland, S., Nolfi, D., & Blackwood, D. (2015). Editorial: Harnessing our rivers of knowledge: time to improve nursing's engagement with Electronic Theses and Dissertations, Journal of Advanced Nursing, Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jan.12821/abstract

Goodfellow, L.M. (2014). Professional socialization of students enrolled in an online doctor of philosophy program in nursing. Journal of Nursing Education, 53(10), 595-599. DOI:10.3928/01484834-20140922-06.

Joseph, R., Goodfellow, L., & Simko, L. (2014). Application of a Theory: Double ABCX Model of Stress and Adaptation in the Context of Families that Care for Children with a Tracheostomy at Home. Advances in Neonatal Care, 14(3), 172-180. DOI:00149525-201406000-00007.

Joseph, R., Goodfellow, L., & Simko, L. (2014). Parental QOL: Caring for an infant/toddler at home with a tracheostomy. Neonatal NetworkZ: The Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 33(2), 86-94. DOI: 10.1891/0730-0832.33.2.86.

Goodfellow, L., Zungolo, E., Lockhart, J., Turk, M., & Dean, B. (2014). Successes and challenges of a distant faculty model. Nursing Forum, 49(4), 288-297. DOI: 10.1111/nuf.12060.

Goodfellow, L., MacDuff, C., Leslie, G., Copeland, S., Nolfi, D., & Blackwood, D. (2012). Nurse scholar's knowledge and use of electronic theses and dissertations. International Nursing Review, 59, 511-518, DOI: 10.1111/j.1466-7657.2012.01008.x.

Smith, M. & Goodfellow, L.M. (2011). The relationship between quality of life and coping strategies of adults with celiac disease adhering to a gluten-free diet. Gastroenterology Nursing, 34(6), 460-467.

SELECTED BOOK CHAPTERS

Goodfellow, L.M. (2007). Enriching Student Learning and Enhancing Teaching through a Course Management System. In M. Oermann (Ed.), Annual Review of Nursing Education, Vol.5, Chapter 12, 231-244.

Goodfellow, L.M. (2004). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. In J. Fitzpatrick & K. Montgomery (Eds.), Internet for Nursing Research: A Guide to Strategies, Skills, and Resources, Springer, 26-37.

Other - Last 5 Years

Beil, L. (December 2011). Healthy Dose: Your body...on massage. Women's Health Magazine, 78. Interviewed for article because of my expertise in psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) and massage. Readership of 1.5 million in US and over 30 million from 46 additional countries

Goodfellow, L.M. (2011). The Center for Nursing Research Newsletter, Editor, 6(1), http://www.duq.edu/nursing/_pdf/CNR-Sept2011.pdf.

Goodfellow, L.M. (2006 - 2010). The Center for Nursing Research Newsletter, Author/Editor, Issues 1 - 5, http://www.nursing.duq.edu/ctrCNRnewsletter.html.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS:

2016

Goodfellow, L., MacDuff, C., Leslie, G., Nolfi, D., Copeland, S., & Blackwood, D. Global Initiative to Promote the Use of Electronic Theses and Dissertations, American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) 2016 Doctoral Conference, Naples, Fl. January 2016, Podium presentation, refereed.

2015

Macduff, C., Goodfellow, L., Leslie, G., Nolfi, D., Copeland, S., & Blackwood, D. Rivers, reservoirs, springs and stasis: reflections on ten years of engagement with ETDs in one subject discipline. ETD 2015 Conference. New Delhi, India, November 2015, Podium Presentation, refereed.

Leslie, G., Goodfellow, L., MacDuff, C., Nolfi, D., Copeland, S., & Blackwood, D. Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETD): The changing face of doctoral research dissemination. The International Academy of Nursing Editors Annual Conference, Las Vegas, August 2015, Podium Presentation, refereed.

Goodfellow, L., MacDuff, C., Leslie, G., Nolfi, D., Copeland, S., & Blackwood, D. et al: International Network for Electronic Theses and Dissertations in Nursing: A Global Initiative. International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing (INDEN) Biennial Conference, Puerto Rico, 22-23rd July 2015, Podium Presentation, refereed.

2014

Goodfellow, L. Gender Specific Interventions to Reduce Stress in Spousal Caregivers of Patients with Cancer. 18th International Cancer Care in Nursing, International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care Conference, Panama City, Panama, September, 2014, Podium Presentation, refereed.

2013

Nolfi, D., Blackwood, D., Copeland, S., Goodfellow, L., Macduff, C., & Leslie, G. Factors Influencing the Use of Electronic Theses and Dissertations in Nursing Scholarship. 2013 Medical Library Association International Conference, One Health: Information in an Interdependent World, Boston, MA, May, 2013, Podium Presentation, refereed.

Goodfellow, L. & Rourke, L. Professional Socialization of PhD Students Enrolled in an Online PhD Program. AACN 2013 Doctoral Conference, San Diego, CA. January, 2013, Podium presentation, refereed.

Sekula, K., Zoucha, R., Dean, B. & Goodfellow, L. Creating a Center for Nursing Research to Support DNP and PhD Collaboration. AACN 2013 Doctoral Conference, Sand Diego, CA. January, 2013, Podium presentation, refereed.

2012

Dean, B., Goodfellow, L., Simko, L., Larew, C., & Henry, R. Establishment of reliability with a clinical simulation performance appraisal instrument based on the Synergy Model. Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science 2012 State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research Washington, D.C., Sept. 2012, Podium presentation, refereed.

Copeland, S., MacDuff, C., Nolfi, D., Goodfellow, L., & Blackwood, D., Leslie, G. The use of electronic theses and dissertations by nurse scholars in S Australia, New Zealand, the UK and the USA, 2012 Health Libraries Conference, Glasgow Science Centre, Glasgow, Scotland, July 2012. Poster presentation, refereed. Available on Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) web site http://www.cilip.org.uk/get-involved/special-interest-groups/health/events/conferences/Pages/hlg-conference-2012-posters.aspx

MacDuff, C., Goodfellow, L., Leslie, G., Copeland, S., Nolfi, D., & Blackwood, D. Findings from a first international survey of nurse scholars' knowledge and use of electronic theses and dissertations, Royal College of Nursing Annual International Research Conference, London, U.K., April 23-25, 2012. Paper presentation, refereed.

Goodfellow, L., Nolfi, D., MacDuff, C., Copeland, S., Leslie, G., & Blackwood, D. Are Electronic Theses and Dissertations Radically Changing the Nature and Scope of Doctoral Dissemination Activity and Use, AACN 2012 Doctoral Conference, Naples, Fl., January, 2012, Poster presentation, refereed.

2011

MacDuff, C., Copeland, S., Goodfellow, L.M., Nolfi, D., Leslie, G., Blackwood, D. Nursing research seen through the window of poetry (VIPER). Royal College of the United Kingdom, 2011 International Research Conference, May 16-18, 2011, North Yorkshire, UK, Paper Presentation, refereed.

Rourke, L., Kanuka, H., & Goodfellow, L. Distance doctoral programs: A case study in nursing. The annual meeting of the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education, Hamilton, Canada. May 2011, Podium Presentation, refereed.

Zoucha, R., Sekula, K., Goodfellow, L. Restructuring the PhD Curriculum for Future Nurse Scientists, AACN 2011 Doctoral Education Conference, Innovations and Challenges in Doctoral Nursing Education, San Diego, Ca., Poster Presentation, refereed.

Honors/Awards

2016 Invited to Consult for Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (GFNS) International

2014 Fellow, American Academy of Nursing

2013 Newsmaker, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, Most Influential People of Pittsburgh, PA

2013 Recipient of the International ETD Leadership Award, Networked Digital Library Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) Consortium

2013 Appointed Chair, Duquesne University Institutional Review Board

2013 Selected (Competitive) to serve on the International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care (ISNCC) Scientific Planning Committee (SPC) for the 2014 International Conference on Cancer Nursing (ICCN)

2011 Recipient of the 2011 Excellence in Research Award, Gastroenterology Nursing Society (co-investigator with Melissa Smith)

2010 Inducted into Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Duquesne University Chapter

2010 Recipient of the Duquesne University Faculty Development Fund Research Award

2006 Appointed as the Interim Director of the Center for Nursing Research at Duquesne University School of Nursing

2005 Recipient of the Duquesne University Presidential Scholarship Award Competition

2005 Recipient of the Duquesne University Faculty Development Fund Research Award

2000 Appointed to Institutional Review Board at Duquesne University

2001 Selected (40/250 applicants) to participate in Research Training: Developing Nurse Scientists, a course sponsored by the National Institute of Nursing Research and the Clinical Center Nursing Department, National Institutes of Health on the NIH Campus in Bethesda, MD, July 17-20, 2001

1994 Invitation by the Health Ministry of Nicaragua to teach a critical care course to nurses/physicians in Managua, Nicaragua

1986 Inducted into Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing