College of Health Professions


Department of Nursing

 

Faculty

Regina Phillips, PhD, RN, CNE

Assistant Professor


Office:  

Linthicum Hall

Rm. 301E

Phone:   410-704-4851
E-mail:   rphillips@towson.edu




Education and Certification

  • PhD – Public and Community Health, University of Maryland College Park
  • MS – Medical Surgical Nursing/Nursing Administration, University of Maryland Baltimore
  • BSN –Villanova University, Villanova Pa.
  • Certified Nurse Educator, NLN 2010-2015

Courses Taught

  • NURS 351: Health Promotion across the Lifespan
  • NURS 331: Professional Nursing I: Introduction
  • NURS 431: Professional Nursing II: Research
  • NURS 433: Professional Nursing III: Issues (Advanced Writing)
  • NURS 603: Nursing Research
  • NURS 810: Teaching Practicum

Professional/Research Interests

  • Dietary intake and older women
  • Issues related to older adults
  • Nursing faculty issues
  • Nursing students attitudes to older adults

Selected Publications

Phillips, R. & Phillips, A. (2010). Autism: Mystery and challenge of a life changing diagnosis. Nursing Made Incredibly Easy. Submitted May 2009. Publication Fall, 2010.

Phillips, R. & Bonsteel, S. (2010). The faculty and information specialist partnership: Stimulating student interest and experiential learning. Nurse Educator, May/June.

Beck, C.K,,Vogelpohl, T.S, Rasin, J., Uriri, J., O’Sullivan, P., Walls, R., Phillips, R. & Baldwin, B. (deceased). (2002). Clinical Trial of Behavioral Interventions to Decrease Disruptive Behavior in Demented Nursing Home Residents. Nursing Research, July/August.

Selected Presentations

Phillips, R. & Baldwin, B. (deceased) (1997). Teaching Psychosocial Care to Long-Term Care Nursing Assistants. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing.

Phillips, R. (1987). Participate in Policy Decisions: Medical Advisory Committee. The Maryland Nurse. May.

Presentations

Phillips, R. (2009). Special Considerations for Paralegals Working with Elderly Clients. Stevenson University Paralegal Program, June 16.

Phillips, R. (April, 2009). NCLEX and What to Expect (Break Out Session). Annual NSNA Spring Conference and Research Day. Sponsored by Stevenson University NSNA and Rho Epsilon Chapter Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. Baltimore, MD.

Phillips, R. (2008). Poster session. Nursing Students’ Attitudes toward Older Adults: A Comparison between Two Clinical Settings. Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, National Harbor, MD. November 24.

Phillips, R. and Bonsteel, S (2008). Beyond the textbook: Collaborating to Encourage Critical Thinking Skills in Nursing Research Students. Stevenson University, Faculty Development Workshop. November 18.

Phillips, R. and Bonsteel, S (2008). Nursing Research: Taking it Beyond the Textbook. Maryland Information Exchange (MILEX) conference. October 24.

Phillips, R. (2008). Special Considerations: Paralegals Working with Elderly Clients. Villa Julie College Paralegal Program, June.

Phillips, R. (April, 2008). NCLEX and What to Expect. Annual NSNA Spring Conference and Research Day. Sponsored by Villa Julie College NSNA and Rho Epsilon Chapter Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. Baltimore, MD.

Phillips, R. (2007). Poster session. Social Network and Dietary Intake in Community Dwelling Elderly Women: A Secondary Analysis of NHANES III. Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. November 18.

Phillips, R. (2007). Poster session. Social Network and Dietary Intake in Community Dwelling Elderly Women: A Secondary Analysis of NHANES III. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC. November 5.

Phillips, R. (2007). Poster session. Social Network and Dietary Intake in Community Dwelling Elderly Women: Are They Related? Sigma Theta Tau International Conference, Baltimore, MD. November 4.

Phillips, R. (April, 2005). Test-taking Skills and Strategies, Eleventh Annual NSNA Spring Conference and Nursing Research Day. Sponsored by Villa Julie College NSNA and Rho Epsilon Chapter Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. Baltimore, MD.


 

 

 

 

 

Department of Nursing
Linthicum Hall, Room 301 (map)
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Phone: 410-704-2067
Fax: 410-704-4325
E-mail: bnecker@towson.edu


 

 

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