Rosanna Henry has been at Duquesne University for 13 years. She received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Carlow University and a Master of Science in Nursing at The Pennsylvania State University. Her areas of concentrations included Older Adult Health and Nursing Education. As the Director of the Irene Fritzky Clinical lab and as an Instructor, she has taught a variety of courses and clinical labs such as Nursing Technologies, Fundamentals of Nursing, Medical -Surgical Nursing, Gerontological Nursing, Health Assessment, NCLEX Preparation, and Human Growth and Development. Responsibilities include the education of undergraduate students in the classroom, clinical and simulation lab settings, and as the online administrator for the critical thinking and NCLEX preparation testing programs.
Mrs. Henry's interests have been in the area of clinical skill acquisition and clinical simulation. She received her initial simulation training under the direction of Dr. Lori Schumacher of the Medical College of Georgia. She has attended numerous workshops and conferences to enhance her knowledge of clinical simulation in nursing. She was instrumental in the planning and implementation of the new skills lab, interfaced with architects, planners, vendors and consultants. She has also developed and implemented many nursing simulations. She is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau International, Delta Epsilon Sigma, the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation in Nursing and The National League for Nursing, and has presented at numerous nursing national and international conferences.
Member of the Research Interest Group in simulation.
Predicting Success on the NCLEX RN Licensure Exams for Graduates of an Integrated Community-Based BSN Curriculum - Joan Lockhart, Project Coordinator.
Dean, B. (PI), Larew, C., Simko, L., Goodfellow, L., & Henry, R. Evaluation of the Synergy Model-Simulation Appraisal Tool (SM-SAT), American Nurses Foundation Anne Zimmerman Nursing Scholar Grant, $1400.00. Oct 2009-Oct 2010
Co developed a Lab Scheduling Tool. This is an Excel based document to facilitate the scheduling of multiple simulations, levels of students, room assignment etc. Also utilized as a means to capture number of student hours spent in the simulation lab as well as the skills lab. This tool has received a patent with possible distribution and sale Fall 2012.
Accepted for presentation 11th Annual International Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference June 2012:
Hypertension in Pregnancy: A Community Simulation. Abstract submitted with Maureen Leonardo and Yvonne Weideman.
Facilitating Independent and Peer learning Through a Cross-Level Mass Causality Simulation Experience. Abstract submitted with Diane Colizza, Charles Larew and Bernie Clark.
Evaluation of the Synergy Model-Simulation Appraisal Tool (SM-SAT).Abstract submitted with Bonnie Dean, Linda Goodfellow, Charles Larew, and Lynn Simko.
Sextasy in the Simulation Lab: Incorporating Substance Abuse Content into Clinical Scenarios. Charles Larew and Debra Lewis.
Pediatric Simulations: A Safe Place to Practice.SPN Conference, March 2011. Co-presented Debra Lewis and Charles Larew.
Clinical Simulation: More Than Just The Scenario. Co-presented with Charles Larew and Debra Lewis. 9th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference June 2010.
Got Beer? Integrating Substance Abuse Concepts Into a High Fidelity Acute Care Post Op Simulation. Co-presented with Carolyn Griffin and Diane Colizza. 9th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference June 2010.
Development of Competencies in Geriatric Nursing Through Clinical Simulation
Connecting the Dots: Geriatric Nursing, Education, and Clinical Simulation
University of North Carolina, Raleigh-Durham, NC
April 2-3, 2009
M. Leonardo, R. Henry, poster presentation
SimSarah Goes Home
9th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference
Las Vegas, NV
June 17 -19, 2010
M. Leonardo, R. Henry, paper presentation
Developed and presented a virtual tour of the learning resource center. Presented to the Sixth National Conference on Nursing Skills Laboratories.2008.
Developed and co-presented "Acting as a Means of Enhancing Skills Verification" at the Fifth National Conference on Nursing Skill Laboratories.2005.
Recipient of the Excellence in the Academic Setting Award from International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation in Nursing (INASCL) - 2012
Recipient of the UPMC Cameos of Caring Nurse Educator Award.
Graduated Cum Laude from Carlow College
Recipient of the International Nursing Association and Clinical Simulation Excellence in the Academic Setting Award.
Recipient of the Caritis Christi Award for Scholarship and Proficiency in Nursing, Carlow College.