Susan Hunter Revell, PhD
College of Nursing & Health Sciences / Adult
|2007||University of Rhode Island||PhD|
|1997||University of Massachusetts Dartmouth||MS|
|1992||Fitchburg State College||BS|
- Medical-surgical nursing
- Nursing theory
- Nursing research
This course immerses the student in civic engagement and service learning. The purpose of this course is to apply the threaded nursing concepts of culture and diversity, communication, professional behaviors, health promotion/health protection, evidence-based practice, and leadership to creatively design and execute active learning projects to benefit the community. Students use nursing specific knowledge to identify, formulate, and complete projects.
- Doherty, D.P., & Hunter Revell, S.M., McCurry, M.K., & Asselin, M. ((in press)).
Exploring the charge nurse role transition: A qualitative study of the novice’s perspective.
Journal of Nursing Professional Development.
- Hunter Revell, S.M., & McCurry, M.K. (2021).
Nursing science, mental illness, and the family: A conceptual framework for improving health and quality of life.
Nursing Science Quarterly, 34 (1), 59-66.
- Doherty, D.P., & Hunter Revell, S.M. (2020).
Developing nurse leaders: Toward a theory of authentic leadership empowerment
Nursing Forum, 55, 416-424.
- McCurry, M.K., & Hunter Revell, S.M. (2015).
Partners in family caregiving: A conceptual framework.
The Journal of Theory Construction & Testing, 19(1), 21-25.
- Hunter Revell, S.M. (2013).
Making meaning in qualitative research with conversational partnerships: A methodological discussion
Advances in Nursing Science, 36 (2), E54-E65.