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Mary Ann Shinnick, PhD, RN, ACNP-BC, CCNS
Assistant Professor In-Residence, Director of Simulation

Location: Factor Building Room 3-956
Phone: (310) 794-4219
E-mail: mshinnic@sonnet.ucla.edu

Faculty Research and Clinical Expertise

Research: Use of Human Patient Simulation effects on nursing education
Clinical: Critical Care, Acute Care NP

Courses

N197 (F2010), N217 (W2011)

Professional Activities

Society for Simulation in Healthcare
International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning
Sigma Theta Tau - Honor Society of Nursing-Gamma Tau
American Association of Critical Care Nurses
National League for Nursing

Education

Pasadena City College, Pasadena, 1983 AA Nursing
California State Univ. Dominquez Hills 1985 BS Nursing
University of California, Los Angeles 1992 MN/CNS
University of California, Los Angeles 1995 FNP
University of California, Los Angeles 2010 PhD

Honors and Awards

2009, Sigma Theta Tau Scholarship for Doctoral Research, Gamma Tau Chapter
2009, Undergraduate Faculty of the Year-School of Nursing at California State University, Los Angeles
2010, UCLA School of Nursing Research Day Poster Award, "Best Design"
2010, Undergraduate Faculty of the Year-School of Nursing at California State University, Los Angeles

Publications

Publications

Evangelista, L. & Shinnick, MA. What do we know about adherence and self-care? Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 2008. Vol 23 (3), pp. 250-257.

Shinnick, MA, Holmes, L. Coronary artery disease and homocysteine: A Case Study. American Journal of Critical Care, 1999; Vol 8, (3); 193-196.

Shinick, MA. Recognition of Scuba Diving Accidents and the Importance of Oxygen First Aid. Journal of Emergency Nursing 1994; 20:105-10.

Shinnick, MA. ARDS in the Postoperative Cardiac Surgery Patient: A Case Study. Critical Care Nurse, 1992, 12, 4; 12-17

Submitted Manuscripts

Shinnick, MA, Woo, MA, Evangelista, L. "Predictors of Knowledge Gains Using Simulation in the Education of Prelicensure Nursing Students" in press 8-2010 by the Journal of Professional Nursing.

Shinnick, MA, Woo, MA "Human Patient Simulation: State of the science in prelicensure nursing education" in press 7-2010 by the Journal of Nursing Education.

Shinnick, MA, Woo, MA, Horwich, T., Steadman, R. "Debriefing: The most important component in simulation?" in press 11-10 Clinical Simulation in Healthcare.

Abstracts

Shinnick, MA, Woo, M. Learning Style Impact on Knowledge Gains in High Fidelity Simulation" at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (Abstract) (2011).

Shinnick, MA, Woo, M. "The Effect of High Fidelity Simulation on Critical Thinking" at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (Abstract) (2011).

Shinnick, MA, Woo, M. "Debriefing: the Most Important Component in Simulation?" (Abstract) Western Institute for Nursing (2010).

Shinnick, MA, Woo, M. "Impact of Human Patient Simulation on Nursing Clinical Knowledge: Study Results". (Abstract) Western Institute for Nursing (2010).

Shinnick, MA, Woo, M. "Debriefing, the Most Important Component of Simulation?" at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare Meeting (Abstract) (2010).

Shinnick, MA, Woo, M. Do Gains in Self-Efficacy Translate to Gains in Knowledge in Nursing Students? Simulation in Healthcare (Abstract) (2009). Vol. 4 (4), 289.

Kutzin J, Waxman KT, Okupniak C, Nichols A, Hanberg A, Shinnick MA. “Simulation Partnership Models: Academia and Service Working Together.” Clinical Simulation in Nursing 2011;7:e256.

Shinnick, MA, Woo, M. “Predictors of Knowledge Gains Using Simulation in the Education of Pre-licensure Nursing Students” (Abstract). Sim Healthcare 6; pg 381 (2012).

Shinnick, M. & Woo, M. “Correlation between knowledge gains after human patient simulation and preceptor evaluation of ICU new graduate nurses clinical performance.” Sim Healthcare 7: 471, 2012.


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