2014: Publication: Ward, K., Jadlos, M., Kelman, G., McLaughlin, M., Houston, K. & Harder Mattson, E., (2014). Quality Improvement and Evidence-Based Patient Care (pp. 341-367). In P. Kelly’s & J. Tazbir’s Essentials of Nursing Leadership & Management (3rd Edition). Clifton Park, NY: Delmar, Cengage Learning.
2013: Medical Mission: Dr. Madeline Cafiero participated with the Glens Falls Medical Mission in Nueva Santa Rosa, Guatemala and provided primary care to underserved children and adults.
Presentation: Plenary and Podium Speaker: Dr. Joan Dacher presented at the New York State Department of Health Cancer Control Plan roll-out
Oct. 13-16, 2013: Presentation: “The Intersection of Knowledge Transfer and Health Literacy in Reducing Readmission Rates for Heart Failure,” 10th International Congress on Coronary Heart Disease. Florence, Italy. Daley, C., Kelly, K., Cafiero, M. and Filippone, J.D. (poster presentation)
Sept. 22-26, 2013: Presentation: “Knowledge Translation to Reduce Heart Failure (HF) Readmission Rates.” 17th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Heart Failure Society of America. Orlando, Florida (poster presentation)
2013: International Global Health Policy Course: Dr. Kathleen Kelly team-taught a Comparative Health Policy course with Dr. Sandra Lane, the Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor, Professor of Public Health and Anthropology at Syracuse University across four countries: the Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain and Morocco. The focus of this course was on comparing the US healthcare system with those of the four countries visited with 16 students and helping them understand the impact of culture and religion upon different health policies within each of these countries. Team-Taught a Comparative Health Policy Course abroad with Dr. Sandra Lane, Syracuse University
2013: Presentation: Dr. Nancy Michela presented at the International Sigma Theta Tau‘Creating Health Work Environments Conference’ in Indianapolis, Indiana. Her poster was entitled: “Development of Mentorship Program for Senior and Sophomore Baccalaureate Degree Nursing Students.”
2013: Presentation: Dr. Nancy Michela presented at the Capital District Feminist Studies Faculties Consortium, “Feminism and Nursing Education: Pedagogy, Content and Influences.”
2013: Publication: Austin, S., Brennan-Jordan, N., Frenn, D., Kelman, G., Sheehan, A., Scotti, D. (2013). Defy Diabetes ! A Unique Partnership with Faith Community/Parish Nurses to Impact Diabetes. Journal of Christian Nursing, 30(4) (Peer-reviewed)
Oct. 24, 2012 Sage Celebrates 90 Years of Nursing
2012: Grant Award: HRSA 12-062 Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship (AENT) 12-062. Awarded $135,000 for two years.
2012: Presentation: Dr. Nancy Michela presented at the Sixth Biennial Conference on Health and Domestic Violence, entitled: “Strange Bedfellows, Sexual Violence, Service Learning and Students.”
2012: Publication: Jadlos, M., & Kelman, G. (2012). Managing Outcomes using an Organizational Quality Improvement Model (pp. 476-497). In P. Kelly’s Nursing Leadership and Management (3rd Edition). Clifton Park, NY: Delmar, Cengage Learning.
2011: Distinguished Scholar Lecture: “East Meets West: The Academic Clinical Partnership: Thailand, Sage and SPH,” Thai Red Cross College of Nursing, Bangkok, Thailand (Drs. Glenda Kelman and Kelly)
2011: Distinguished Faculty Presentation: “Toward Magnet Hospital Designation: Getting Started,” Siriraj Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand (Drs. Glenda Kelman and Kelly)
Oct. 12, 2011 Sage Slashes Tuition for RN to BSN
Dec. 1 2010: Grant Award: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Human Capital National Program. Co-Principal Investigator. Social Network Analysis of the Advisory Committee for implementation of the RWJF Initiative on the Future of Nursing at the Institute of Medicine. (Awarded $100,000.00 December 1, 2010).
2010: Distinguished Scholar Lecture: “Translating Research into Practice and Policy: The Impact on Quality” Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand (Drs. Glenda Kelman and Kelly)
2010: Publication: Jadlos, M. & Kelman, G. (2010). Quality Improvement and Evidence-based Patient Care (pp. 299-318). In P. Kelly’s Essentials of Nursing Leadership & Management (2nd Edition). Clifton Park, NY: Delmar-Cengage Learning.