Adriane Burgess

Assistant Professor

Name

Contact Information

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Linthicum Hall, Room 319

Education

PhD, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
MSN, Drexel University
BSN, Villanova University
Certified Childbirth Educator
Certified in Inpatient Obstetrical Nursing

Areas of Expertise

Maternal Child Health
Preeclampsia
Innovative Education Strategies
Childbirth Education

Publications

Burgess, A. (2017). ABO Blood Phenotype and Factors Associated with Preeclampsia Subtype. (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee). ProQuest Dissertations and Theses

Burgess, A. & Winslow, M. (in press). Collaborative Quizzing as a Method to Improve Undergraduate Nursing Student Engagement and Interaction Nursing Education Perspectives.

Burgess, A, Murphy-Buc, H., & Brennan, J. (in press). Using a Complex Patient Management Scenario to Help Bridge the Education Practice Gap. Nursing Education Perspectives

Burgess, A. (2017) Intergenerational reflections on birth: Story as a method to enhance meaning making in pre licensure nursing students. Journal of Perinatal Education, 26(1).

Burgess, A. & Founds, S. (2016) Nursing Care for Cardiovascular Implications of Preeclampsia. MCN: The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 41(1), 8-15.

Burgess, A. (2015) Interconnectedness: The Grandparents Role in Childbearing and Parenting.  International Journal of Childbirth Education, 30(1), 68

Burgess, A. (2014). An Evolutionary Concept Analysis of Labor Support. International Journal of Childbirth Education, 29(2), 64-72.

 

Presentations

Burgess, A., Stover, S., Yingling, C. & Consolini, M. (November 4th, 2016).  “The Postpartum Preeclampsia Visit as a Method to Address Cardiovascular Risk in Preeclamptic Women,” Geisinger Nursing Research Conference.

Moore, D. & Burgess, A. (November 4, 2016).  “Prenatal Teaching: Improving the Quality of the First Antenatal Visit,” Geisinger Nursing Research Conference. 

Murphy-Buc, H., Brinkley, E. & Burgess, A. (February 4, 2016).  “Teaching and Learning Through Caring Science: NCLEX Action Plan for Student Success,” AACN 2016 Faculty Development Conference.

Burgess, A, Brinkley, E. & Murphy-Buc, H. (June 12, 2015) “NCLEX Action Plan: Student and Faculty Collaboration to Promote Self-Motivation for NCLEX Preparation,” Institute for Educators at the University of Maryland, School of Nursing “Readiness for Practice: What’s Trending?”

Burgess, A & Shiffer, W. (June 12, 2015).  The Importance of High Touch in a High Tech World: Using a Doula to Teach Labor Support to Undergraduate Nursing Students,” Institute for Educators at the University of Maryland, School of Nursing “Readiness for Practice: What’s Trending?”

Murphy-Buc, H., Brinkley, E. & Burgess, A.  (June 12, 2015). “Peer-Editing: Building Research and Writing Skills for Professional Nursing Practice."  Institute for Educators at the University of Maryland, School of Nursing “Readiness for Practice: What’s Trending?”

Brennan, J., Brinkley, E. & Burgess, A. (November 21, 2014).  “The Unexpected Benefit of Evaluating Assessment Skills of RN-BSN Students Using Standardized Patients” presented at AACN 2014 Baccalaureate Education Conference.

Burgess, A. (November 11, 2014).  “Can we prevent infant sleep related deaths?  What you need to know now”   Holy Spirit Hospital.  Camp Hill, PA.

Moore, D. & Burgess, A. (October 20, 2014) “A LEAN look at Prenatal Teachings” poster presented at WellSpan Leadership Forum

Burgess, A. & Brinkley, E. (June 14, 2014) “A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words.  Caring Through Cultural Competence Using PhotoVoice” poster presented at Institute for Educators at the University of Maryland School of Nursing Teaching and Technology: What’s Now, What’s Next

Burgess, A. & Williams, W. (June 21, 2013).  “Countdown 2: DRIVE: A Program Implementation”, accepted for podium presentation at the 2013 Safe Kids Worldwide, Childhood