Maureen C. Roller
United States of America
Maureen C. Roller completed Doctorate in Nursing Practice, Case Western Reserve University (2009) M.S., Nursing, Adelphi University (2001) B.S., Nursing, University of the State of NY (1979) B.A., Sociology, Marymount Manhattan College (1975) Diploma: RN, Lenox Hill Hospital School of Nursing (1971).Nominated Adelphi University Faculty Excellence in Service Award, 2014 Authors and Artist Display, Adelphi University, Swirbul Library, 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016.
My research interest include the older adult and the relationship to exercise adherence in an assisted living facility. Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) implementation in Fundamentals & Medical-Surgical Nursing classrooms and the relationship to exam performance. Cultural competency qualitative and quantitative research in study abroad experiences of undergraduate baccalaureate nursing students.
Roller, MC (author and presenter) & Zori, S (co-author) (2016). Implementing the Process Oriented Guided-Inquiry Learning (POGIL) Pedagogy of Group Scenario Exercises in Nursing. In NLN Summit (pp. Poster). Marriott World Center, Orlando, Fl.
Roller, MC author and presenter, & Ballestas, HC, author (4/7/17). Cultural Competency: Measuring the Sustainability Following an Immersion Program For Undergraduate Nursing Students. ENRS 29th Annual Conference, Sheraton Downtown Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa..
Holzemer, SP & Klainberg, M (2012). Justice and Resource Allocation for the Family and Community, Chapter 11. In Roller, MC (Eds.). Community Health: An Alliance for Nursing, Second Edition. (pp. 242-257). Burlington, Ma: Jones & Bartlett.