Graduate Program Director of MS, Professor, Adult Nursing
PhD in Education, Curriculum and Instructiion, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
MS University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
BSN Villanova University, Villanova, PA
- Curriculum development
- Program planning
- Competency development
- Nursing Education Research
- Transitioning New Graduates
Fater, K. (2014)
Introducing Genomics to Novice Nursing Students
Journal of Nursing Education. Supplement September 53 (9), S119-S120. Peer-reviewed
Fater, K., Weatherford, B., Ready, R., Finn, K., & Tangney, B. (2014)
Expanding the Nurse of the Future Nursing Core Competencies across the Academic/Practice Transition: A Pilot Study.
Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 45(8), 366-37. Peer-reviewed
Lusk, J., & Fater, K. (2013).
A concept analysis of patient-centered care
Nursing Forum, 48 (2), 89-98
Fater, K. (2013).
Gap analysis: A method to assess core competency development in the curriculum
Nursing Education Perspectives, 34 (2), 101-105
Lusk, J. & Fater, K. (2013).
Post simulation debriefing to maximize clinical judgment development
Nurse Educator, Jan/Feb Issue 2013 - 38 (1), 16-19
Ready, R., Fater, K., Conley, C., Rebello. L., & Cordeira. S. (August 2012).
The transition of newly licensed nurses into the workforce: Implementing a designated transition unit in a community hospital healthcare system
Fater, K., & Ready, R. (2011)
An education-service partnership to achieve safety and quality improvement competencies.
Journal of Nursing Education, 50, 693-696. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20110916-02
Fater, K. (2010)
Developing empathy among novice millennial nursing students.
Journal of Nursing Education, 49(4), 238-239. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20100323-05
Fater, K. (2007)
Enhancing beginning students' perceptions of nursing utilizing a Healthy People 2010 group project
Journal of Nursing Education, 42 (2), 96
Fater, K & Mullaney, J. (2000)
The lived experience of adult male survivors who allege childhood sexual abuse by clergy
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 21, 281-295