College of Health Professions


Department of Nursing

 

Faculty

Margaret McCormick, MS, RN, CCRN

Clinical Associate Professor


Office:  

Linthicum Hall

Rm. 318

Phone:   410-704-5351
E-mail:   mamccormick@towson.edu

Margaret McCormick, M.S., RN

Education and Certification:


1973 - 1977 Columbia University, New York, New York BSN, R.N.
2005 - 2006 Towson University, Towson, Maryland MS, Teaching Certificate


Courses Taught:


Health Assessments across the Life Span
Health Promotion across the Lifespan
Alterations in Health across the Life Span
Senior Practicum
Technology and Therapeutic Nursing Interventions
Graduate Faculty Mentor Nursing Education Practicum


Professional/Research Interests:


Simulation, Interdisciplinary Education


Selected Publications:


Mc Cormick, M. (2005) Weaving the golden thread through the nursing curriculum, International Nursing Journal of Clinical Simulation and Learning. Vol.1

Mc Cormick, M. (2008). Preparing nurses for disaster, Public Health Nursing American Public Health Association.

McCormick, M. Burton, T & Werts, N. (2008). Team building: Closing the gaps in asthma education. The Science Journal of the American Association for Respiratory Care.

McCormick, M., Burton, T. & Werts, N. (2010). Case scenarios & simulations as techniques to facilitate asthma education and team building among health care students. Journal of Asthma and Allergy.

McCormick, M. (2010). Degenerative disorders: ALS and MS. Nursing Made Incredibly Easy. (accepted for publication)

McCormick, M. (2009). H1N1 and pregnant women. National Asthma Educator Certification Board, Vol 1, Issue 3.
McCormick, M. (2007). Peak techniques: Every breath you take: Making sense of breath sounds, Nursing Made Incredibly Easy. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams& Wilkins. Jan/Feb 2007 Vol 5 #1

McCormick, M. (2007). Reprint of “Every breath you take”. LPN 2007. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.

McCormick, M. (2007). Boost your asthma I.Q. Nursing Made Incredibly Easy
.Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. Jan /Feb 2009 Vol. 7 #1

Mc Cormick, M (2008). Recognizing the signposts of sepsis. Nursing Made Incredibly Easy Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. May/June 2009, Vol 7 #3

McCormick, M. (2010). Asthma update: Four components of care. Nursing Made Incredibly Easy. February 2010

McCormick M. (2010). “Viral encephalitis” Five Minute Clinical Consult. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.
Selected Presentations:

Mc Cormick, M, Clinical Simulation: Teaching Students about Asthma, Association of Asthma Educators, St. Louis, Mo. 2007

Mc Cormick, M, Austin, N. Weinstein, M. & Nelson, W., Mass Casualty Simulation: Preparing Public Health Nurses for Disaster, American Public Health Association, San Diego, California 2008

Mc Cormick, M, Burton, T. & Werts, N., Interdisciplinary Simulation: Collaborative Approach to Asthma Education, University of Maryland conference on Nursing Practice Based on Evidence: The Case for Collaboration 2008

Burton, T. McCormick M, & Werts, N. Team Building: Closing the Gap in Asthma Education. 54th Annual Convention of the American Association of Respiratory Care, Anaheim, California 2008

Mc Cormick, M, (Session Moderator), Interdisciplinary Research: A Road Less Traveled, Southern Nursing Research Society, Baltimore, Maryland, February 2009

Mc Cormick, M.& Lashley, M. Scorecard Project: Teaching Nursing Students about Environmental Justice (oral presentation) American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA 2009

Mc Cormick, M, Austin, N, Weinstein, M. & Nelson, W, Family Centered Mass Casualty Care, Pediatric Academic Societies, Baltimore, Md. 2009

Mc Cormick, M, Correlli, B.& Cataletto, M. Asthma Boot Camp: Easy as ABC, Association of Asthma Educators, New Orleans, Louisiana 2009

Mc Cormick, M, Burton, T. & Werts, N., Transdisciplinary Approach to Asthma Education, National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality, Grapevine, Tx, 2009

Labowitz, B., McCormick, M., Austin, E., Weinstein, M, & Nelson, W., Interagency, Interdisciplinary Mass Casualty Education for Baccalaureate Nursing Students, University of Maryland conference on Interdisciplinary Research: A Road More of Less Traveled, Baltimore, Maryland 2009

McCormick, M., Austin, E, Ogle, K, Kirwin, M, Weinstein, M. & Nelson, W.
Total Community Engagement: Teaching Nursing Students about Mass Casualty, International Nursing Administration Research Conference: Research into Practice.
Building the Foundation for Tomorrow’s Vision from Today’s Challenges, University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland 2009 (accepted)

Correlli, B. McCormick, M. & Hughes, T. Using Simulation to Enhance Student Success about Respiratory Diseases. Respiratory Nursing Conference, Boston, MA (accepted 2009)

Correlli, B. McCormick, M , & Jackson, T. Examining Effectiveness: Clinical Simulation vs. Traditional Lecture International Nursing Administration Research Conference: Research into Practice. Building the Foundation for Tomorrow’s Vision from Today’s Challenges, University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland 2009 (submitted)

McCormick, M., Nelson, H., Rawlett, K., & Carr, H. (2010). Mentoring relationships in a nursing teaching practicum. College of Health Professions Scholarship Day poster April 2010

McCormick, M. Educational Triggers: A toolkit to encourage nursing students to become asthma educators. Association of Asthma Educators 2010

McCormick, M., Correlli, B. & Jackson, T. Simulated Clinical Experiences and Testing with Alternative Style Questions in Undergraduate Nursing Education, University of Maryland Excellence in Teaching Conference 2010

Kirwin, M., McCormick,M, Ogle, K, Austin,E, Weinstein, M. & Nelson, W. Nursing Schools and the Community: Partnering for Emergency Preparedness. NLN Conference: Shaping History, Reforming Healthcare: The Power of Nursing Education, Las Vegas, Nevada 2010

 




 

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