Regina Twigg

Visiting Instructor

Name

Contact Information

PHONE
OFFICE
Linthicum Hall, Room 321

Education

D.N.P., University of Maryland School of Nursing
M.S., University of Maryland School of Nursing
B.S.N., University of Maryland School of Nursing
Certified Nurse Educator, NLN
CPR Instructor, AHA

Areas of Expertise

Medical Surgical Nursing
Simulation

Publications

  • Donovan Twigg, R., Lynn, M. C. (2012). Teaching End-of-Life Care via a hybrid simulation approach. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing, 14(5), 374-379. 
  • Lynn, M. C., Donovan Twigg, R. (2011). A New Approach to Clinical Remediation.   Journal of Nursing Education, Vol. 50, (3), 172-174.  ­
  • Donovan Twigg, R. (2016).Chapter 53 - Coordinating Care for Patient with Musculoskeletal Disorders.  In Janice Hoffman & Nancy Sullivan (Eds).  Medical Surgical Textbook, Baltimore, MD.  FA Davis. 

Presentations

  • Donovan Twigg, R., Lynn, M. C. (podium). End of Life Care, University of Maryland Medical Center Student Nurse Residency Program, June 2016
  • Donovan Twigg, R. (podium). The Civil Professional –Leadership & Keys to Success, President’s Leadership Symposium, March, 2016
  • Donovan Twigg, R. (podium).  Delegation – What does the law say?  Sinai Medical Center Month Symposium, October, 2015
  • Donovan Twigg, R., Lynn, M. C. (podium).  End of Life Care, University of Maryland Medical Center Student Nurse Residency Program, June 2015
  • Donovan Twigg, R. (podium).  End of Life – How do we teach it better? Maryland Association Nursing Students Conference, January 2015
  • Lynn, M. C., Donovan Twigg, R. (podium).  End of Life Care, University of Maryland Medical Center Student Nurse Residency Program, June 2014
  • Donovan Twigg, R., Lynn, M. C. (podium).  End of Life Care, University of Maryland Medical Center Student Nurse Residency Program, June 2013
  • Donovan Twigg, R., Lynn, M. C., Lessans, S. (podium).  Teaching Strategies and Assessment of Learning in Clinical Environments, Moving Evidence to Action in Nursing Education Conference, Baltimore, MD, April, 2013
  • Donovan Twigg, R., Lynn, M. C. (poster). Simulation as a Pedagogical Approach to Teaching End of Life to Entry Level Nursing Students, Moving Evidence to Action in Nursing Education Conference, Baltimore, MD, April 2013
  • Donovan Twigg, R. (podium).  Teaching Strategies and Assessment of Learning in Clinical Environments, Institute for Educators in Nursing and Allied Health Professions Conference, Baltimore, MD, November 2012
  • Donovan Twigg, R., Lynn. M. C.  (podium).  Teaching End of Life via a Hybrid Simulation Approach, Podium Presentation, International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL), San Antonio, TX, June 2012
  • Donovan Twigg, R. (poster).  The Development of Home Health Competencies Through the Use of Clinical Simulation- A Case Study Content Validity Construction,  INACSL, San Antonio, TX, June, 2012.

Research/Grants

  • 2014: Initiative Program:  Planning Grant to Analyze Feasibility of Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science to Nursing (RN to BSN) option at Montgomery Community College.  R. Wiseman PI.  Role: Faculty Support, 10% effort, Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission (NSPII) Grant
  • 2011: Specialty Nursing Focus Group to Assess Clinical Issues with Home Lift Position Rehabilitation (HLPR) Chair.  K. McPhaul PI.  Role: Co-investigator, 20% effort. Total direct costs: $100,000.
  • 2010: Equipment to Enhance Training for Health Professionals: NEPQR The goal of this project is to improve clinical skills in nursing students prior to providing direct care. Role: PI, American Association Recovery Association (AARA) Grant. Total direct costs: $250,000.