Assistant Professor, Adult and Child Nursing
PhD, Nursing, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
MS, Nursing, Education. University of Rhode Island
BS, Nursing, Nursing, Salve Regina University, Newport, Rhode Island
AS, Nursing, Community College of Rhode Island
- Qualitative research methods
- Critical reflective inquiry
- Reflective practice
- Reflective teaching strategies
Asselin, M.E. (in press). Narrative reflection: A method for learning through practice.
Journal for Nurses in Staff Development.
Asselin, M.E. & Cullen, H.A. (in press). Improving practice through reflection: Going
deeper for better patient care. Nursing.
Osterman, P., Schwartz-Barcott, D. & Asselin, M.E. (2010). An exploratory study of
nurses’ presence in daily care on an oncology unit. Nursing Forum 45 (3), 197 - 205.
Osterman, P. L., Asselin M.E. & Cullen, H.A. (2009). Returning for a baccalaureate: A
Descriptive exploratory study of nurses’ perceptions. Journal for Nurses in Staff
Development, 25(3), 109 – 117.
Asselin, M.E., LaCava Osterman, P. & Cullen, A. (2006). In their own words: The experience
of returning to acute care practice. Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 22(3), 104 –111.
Asselin, M.E. (2003) Doing qualitative research in your own setting. Journal for Nurses
in Staff Development, 19(2), 99 – 103. (Refereed)
Asselin, M.E. (2001). Knowledge utilization among experienced staff nurses. Journal for
Nurses in Staff Development, 17(3), 115 – 122. (Refereed)
Asselin, M.E. & Devaprasad, K. (1995). Educational planning. In A. Avillion (Ed.),
Core curriculum for nursing staff development (pp. 127 - 152). Pensacola, Florida:
National Nursing Staff Development Organization.