Marni Kellogg, PhD

Assistant Professor

Nursing & Health Sciences / Community

508-910-6566

508-999-9127

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Education

Northeastern UniversityBSN
Salem State UniversityMSN
University of Massachusetts LowellPhD

Teaching

  • Nursing
  • Pediatrics

Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

A course to prepare first-year nursing students for the demands of higher education and foster the development of a professional nursing identity. The course promotes academic success and social development by fostering personal and academic goal setting, evaluating personal learning styles, and developing successful study strategies. Students will gain or improve study techniques and strategies, research literacy, time management skills, organizational skills, speaking and writing skills, personal development, interpersonal skills, career goals, appreciation for cultural diversity, and orientation to university resources and services.

Provides an introduction to the discipline of professional nursing. Learners examine their values and beliefs in relation to the basic concepts and behaviors that define the discipline. Promoting health, guiding persons through the health care experience and shaping the health care environment are presented as key processes to maximize health for individuals, families, groups and communities. Emphasis is placed on socializing the learner as an active, developing professional within the context and dimensions of the discipline. Learners will explore their relationship to self, individuals, families and communities as well as to the profession of nursing.

Focuses on integrating prior knowledge, using scholarly inquiry, and designing therapeutic nursing interventions to promote health and manage illness in children from infancy through adolescence in partnership with their families. Emphasis is placed on applying knowledge of growth and development and health issues of children to plan and evaluate family centered nursing care that maximizes the health of children in a caring environment. Ethical, legal, cultural and advocacy concepts are explored. The ANA Standards of Care for the Pediatric Nurse (1996) and ANA Maternal Child Health Standards and the objectives of Healthy People 2010 that pertain to children and families provide the framework for constructing evidenced- based contemporary nursing care for children and families.

Focuses on integrating prior knowledge, using scholarly inquiry, and designing therapeutic nursing interventions to promote health and manage illness in children from infancy through adolescence in partnership with their families. Emphasis is placed on applying knowledge of growth and development and health issues of children to plan and evaluate family centered nursing care that maximizes the health of children in a caring environment. Ethical, legal, cultural and advocacy concepts are explored. The ANA Standards of Care for the Pediatric Nurse (1996) and ANA Maternal Child Health Standards and the objectives of Healthy People 2010 that pertain to children and families provide the framework for constructing evidenced- based contemporary nursing care for children and families.

Focuses on integrating prior knowledge, using scholarly inquiry, and designing therapeutic nursing interventions to promote health and manage illness in children from infancy through adolescence in partnership with their families. Emphasis is placed on applying knowledge of growth and development and health issues of children to plan and evaluate family centered nursing care that maximizes the health of children in a caring environment. Ethical, legal, cultural and advocacy concepts are explored. The ANA Standards of Care for the Pediatric Nurse (1996) and ANA Maternal Child Health Standards and the objectives of Healthy People 2010 that pertain to children and families provide the framework for constructing evidenced- based contemporary nursing care for children and families.

Research

Research Activities

  • Kellogg, M, Knight, M., Dowling, J. & Crawford, S. “Psychometrics of the Secondary Traumatic Stress Scale,” Poster Presentation, Eastern Nursing Research Society, April 2018, Newark, NJ.
  • Kellogg, M, Knight, M., Dowling, J. & Crawford, S. “Secondary Traumatic Stress in Pediatric Nurses,” Poster Presentation, Eastern Nursing Research Society, April 2017, Philadelphia, PA.

Research

Research Interests

  • Secondary traumatic stress in nursing
  • Nursing education
  • Research by staff nurses

Select publications

Kellogg, M, Knight, M., Dowling, J. & Crawford, S
Psychometrics of the Secondary Traumatic Stress Scale
Journal of Nursing Measurement

Peters, A., Kellogg, M., Zhang, Y
Implementation of a Smartphone App to Measure and Manage Anxiety in Clinical Nursing Students
Nursing Education Perspectives

Kellogg, M., McCune, N. & Barker, M. (2014).
The Lived Experience of Pediatric Burn Nurses Following Patient Death
Pediatric Nursing , 40 (6), 297-301.

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