Anita Finkelman, MSN, BSN
Visiting Clinical Instructor
Department: School of Nursing
 
Résumé/CV

Phone: 513-871-5670
Email: a.finkelman@neu.edu

 
 

Education/Degrees:
BSN: TCU, Fort Worth, Texas
MSN: Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing       
Post Masters, Healthcare Administration and Healthcare Policy: George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Specialization:
My clinical specialty areas are psychiatric-mental health nursing and community health. My other specialty areas are healthcare administration and policy. Masters Clinical Nurse Specialist

Courses:
Course I typically teach focus on leadership and management, research, health policy, nursing education, psychiatric-mental health nursing, and community health

Selected Publications:

Books

Anita Finkelman & Carole Kenner. (2012). Teaching the IOM:     Implications of the IOM Reports for Nursing Education. (3rd ed.).Washington, D.C.: American Nurses Association.
Second volume entitled Learning IOM, focused on the student and practicing nurses. First volume focuses on faculty and staff educators.

Finkelman, A. (2012). (2nd Ed.). Leadership and Management in Nursing. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc.

Finkelman, A. & Kenner, C. (2013) Professional nursing concepts:  Competencies for quality leadership. (2nd Ed). Boston: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Finkelman, A. (2011). Case Management for Nurses, Pearson Education/Prentice Hall.
 

Journal and Chapters:

Anita Finkelman. (2012) The movement to improve care: Institute of Medicine quality reports and implications for advanced practice nurse. Nursing Clinics of North America, 47(2), 251-260. Submitted at invitation from issue editor.

Anita Finkelman. The Clinical Nurse Specialist: Leadership in Quality Improvement. Manuscript accepted June, 2012 by
Clinical Nurse Specialist. The Journal for Advanced Nursing Practice, publication date pending.

Finkelman, A. & Kenner, C. (2007). Collaborating for the world’s children: Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN). In S. Weinstein & A.M. Brooks (Eds.), Nursing without borders…values, wisdom and success. Indianapolis, IN: Nursing Knowledge International through Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.

Finkelman, A. (2011). The Health Care Delivery System. In M. Nies and M. McEwen (Eds.) (5th. Ed.) Community Health Nursing: Promoting the Health of Aggregates. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders Company. (chapters also in editions 3 and 4).

Finkelman, A. and Kenner, C. (2008) Education and Service Partnerships: An Example of Global Flattening. The Journal of Professional Nursing, 24(1), 59-65.

Finkelman, A. and Kenner, C. (2007). Commentary: Why should nurse leaders care about nursing education? Nurse Leader, 5(6), 23-27.

Finkelman, A. (2003). Mental health policy: Implications for newborns, infants, and their families. Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews, 3(1).

National Presentations: 20010-2012

Anita Finkelman.Presented webinar. Title: Teaching IOM for Simulation and Clinical: Integrating the Health Care Core Competencies. One-hour webinar on July, 2012. Bristol Webinars.

Anita Finkelman.Presented webinar. Title: Teaching IOM for the Classroom: Integrating the Health Care Core Competencies. One-hour webinar on July, 2012. Bristol Webinars.

Anita Finkelman. Invited speaker, 2012 Summer Institutes on Evidence-Base Quality Improvement, San Antonio, July 18 sponsored by the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, School of Nursing, Evidence-Based Practice Center and the Improvement Science Research Network. Two-hour pre-conference workshop.

Anita Finkelman. Guest Lecturer, University of Cincinnati College of Nursing, Accelerated Nursing Program, Health Policy and Changes in Healthcare, June, 2012. Two hours.

Anita Finkelman. International Nursing Conference “Nursing: Caring to Know, Knowing to Care”; your abstractImplementing National Health Care Quality Policy in Nursing Education has been accepted as a PosterPresentation at the conference being held June 4-7, 2012 in Jerusalem.

Anita Finkelman, Orli Lieberman, & Pnina Romen. International Nursing Conference “Nursing: Caring to Know, Knowing to Care”; abstractInternational Collaborative Interprofessional Healthcare Study Abroad Experience: Northeastern University, U.S.A. and Ben Gurion University, Israel has been accepted as a Poster Presentation at the conference being held June 4-7, 2012 in Jerusalem.

Anita Finkelman. Guest Lecturer, Mount St. Joseph College of Nursing, Accelerated Nursing Program, Health Policy and Changes in Healthcare, May 22, 2012. Two hours. 

Anita Finkelman.Invited speaker 6-hour workshop for nurse educators, Conference for West Virginia NLN, May, 16, 2012.

Anita Finkelman. Nurses Week Speaker, University of California San Francisco Medical Center Nursing Grand Rounds, Title: Quality Improvement and Nursing Leadership. May 7, 2012. One hour.

Anita Finkelman. Keynote speaker at Annual California Medical Surgical Conference, “Quality Improvement: How Does It Apply To You?” San Francisco, May 3, 2012. One hour.

Anita Finkelman.  Keynote speaker, Alpha Eta Chapter STTI Annual Leadership Program, University of California San Francisco School of Nursing. Title: Quality Improvement and Leadership, May 2, 2012. Two hours.

Anita Finkelman. Invited speaker, 4-hour workshop, A Perfect Storm A Perfect Opportunity: The Institute of Medicine Reports Impact on Quality Care and CNS Education. March 7, 2012, Chicago, The National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists conference.

Anita Finkelman. Keynote speaker. Georgia Association for Nursing Education, Inc., February 16, 2012, Pine Mountain, GA. A Perfect Storm or Perfect Opportunity: Where Will We Go With Nursing Education? One hour.

Anita Finkelman.Invited speaker, Southern Region Ohio Sigma Theta Tau. February 10, 2012. Implementing the IOM

Anita Finkelman. Invited speaker, University of Texas San Antonio School of Nursing, January 6, 2012. A Perfect Storm or a Perfect Opportunity: Where Will We Go With Nursing Education?

Anita Finkelman. Workshop: A Perfect Storm or Perfect Opportunity: Where Will We Go With Healthcare Professions Education? An Interprofessional workshop, Arkansas State University, College of Nursing and Allied Health, Jonosboro, Arkansas, August 15, 2011.

Anita Finkelman. Keynote speaker, Beta Iota Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, April, 2011.

Anita Finkelman. Workshop NEONI, Cleveland. March 23, 2011 for Staff Development nurses in hospitals; March 24 for nurse educators. Institute of Medicine Reports and Teaching Strategies.

Anita Finkelman. Plenary speaker for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Baccalaureate national meeting, November, 2010.

Anita Finkelman. Keynote speaker for Northeast Ohio Nursing Initiative (NEONI), annual conference, October 29, 2010, Cleveland, Ohio. Teaching IOM: Implications for Institute of Medicine Reports for Nursing Education.

Anita Finkelman. Speaker for Southern Regional Education Board Conference: Toward a New Vision of Nursing Education. Two presentations: October 11, 2010, Implications of the IOM Study for Nurse Educators and on October 12, 2010 Policy Implications of Reports—IOM, QSEN, Carnegie-for Nursing Education

Anita Finkelman. University of Central Arkansas; faculty development on the Institute of Medicine Reports: Implications for Nursing Education, August 18, 2010. (6 hour workshop).

Anita Finkelman. Conway Regional Medical Center Board of Directors; one hour presentation on Institute of Medicine reports and performance improvement, August 17, 2010.

Anita Finkelman. Presented webinar. Title: Teaching IOM for Simulation and Clinical: Integrating the Health Care Core Competencies. One hour webinar on June 4, 2010. Bristol Webinars.

Anita Finkelman. Speaker for University of Cincinnati, College of Nursing Alumni Day. May 15, 2010. Topic: The Perfect Storm or Opportunity: The Institute of Medicine Reports on Quality and Health Professions Education

Anita Finkelman. Presented webinar. Title: Teaching IOM for the Classroom: Integrating the Health Care Core Competencies. One hour webinar on May 4, 2010. Bristol Webinars.

Anita Finkelman. Speaker for Southern Ohio League for Nursing Chapter, April 28, 2010. Topic: Teaching IOM: Implications of the Institute of Medicine Reports for Nursing Education.

Anita Finkelman. Presentation (one hour) Title: Teaching IOM: Implications of the Institute of Medicine Reports for Nursing Education. One hour presentation April 16, 2010. University of Oklahoma College of Nursing sponsored by Pearson Education.
 

International Work:

Guest faculty, Ben Gurion University College of Health Sciences, Beer-Sheva, Israel, June, 2012.
Collaborations with Ben Gurion University College of Health Sciences related to study abroad, coops, and research, Beer-Sheva, Israel. Past work with Hebrew University Hadassah School of Nursing, Jerusalem, Israel.

Honors/Awards/Grants:
Excellence in Nursing Education 2009 Award, Beta Iota Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio; awarded May, 2009.

Distinguished Nurse Educator Award, Fall 2008, College Mount St. Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio. Awarded November, 2008.

Publication Finkelman & Kenner (2009). Teaching the IOM:  Implications of the IOM Reports for Nursing Education. Washington, D.C.: Nursesbooks.org won 2007 award for content, design, editing, and integration from the Society for Technical Communication; 2nd Ed.

Grant award Veteran’s Administration Nursing Academy; Entitled “Transition to Professional Practice”; Increase enrollment in BSN Program by 20 students per year for 3 yrs; fund faculty both college-based and VA-based; expand summer Externship Program for students between junior and senior year, and to develop a Nurse Residency Program, University of Oklahoma, College of Nursing. Grant funded July 1, 2008, (4 year grant) for $2,570,000. Turned over this grant to another Program Director when left my position at University of Oklahoma, May, 2009.

Anita Finkelman & Carole Kenner. (2012). Teaching the IOM:     Implications of the IOM Reports for Nursing Education. (3rd ed.).Washington, D.C.: American Nurses Association.
Second volume entitled Learning IOM, focused on the student and practicing nurses. First volume focuses on faculty and staff educators.  Learning IOMreceived an AJN 2012 Book Award.


 
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