Dr. Daniels is an assistant professor teaching theoretical and foundational courses for Nursing.
Education and Training
- DNP, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. Focus on Leadership, Management and Health Policy
- MSN-Nursing Anesthesia, U.S. Army/Northeastern University, Boston, Mass.
- BSN, University of South Alabama, Mobile, Ala.
I am inspired by my husband, my children, my parents, my siblings, and watching my students grow through the learning process to achieve their goals toward the profession of nursing.
Dr. Daniels, on what inspires her
Daniels RG, McCorkle R. (2016). Design of an Evidence-Based "Second Victim" Curriculum for Nurse Anesthetists. American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Journal. 2Apr;84(2):107-13.
Abstract: The "second victim" phenomenon - when a healthcare provider experiences adverse events because of the adverse events of a patient - is not well known or understood among healthcare professionals, including Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs). No published research is currently available on the impact of second victim specifically in CRNAs, but it is known that second victim poses major challenges for healthcare professionals. Therefore, it is important to acknowledge its occurrence and to develop an educational curriculum based on the available evidence in order to promote peer and organizational support infrastructures. A comprehensive literature review was conducted, 6 educational domains on second victim were developed, and an expert panel validated the content.
More About Dr. Daniels
Concepts of Population Health
Introduction to Theoretical Concepts
American Association of Nurse Anesthetists
Iowa Association of Nurse Anesthetists
American Association of Critical Care Nurses
Sigma Theta Tau, Delta Mu & Zeta Gamma Chapters
Center for Health Sciences Education
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