MARGARET D. LACEY, PhD, RN, AOCN

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MARGARET D. LACEY, PhD, RN, AOCN®

EDUCATION:

Ph.D. in Health Education

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

M.S.N. in Oncology

Widener University, Chester, PA

B.S.N. in Nursing

Gwynedd-Mercy College, Gwynedd Valley, PA

R.N. Diploma in Nursing

Fitzgerald-Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, Darby, PA

PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:

January 2010 Chair and Professor, Division of Nursing

Immaculata University, Immaculata, PA

2008 to present Executive Director, Transition Team

Immaculata University & Brandywine School of Nursing

2007 to 2008 Coordinator of MSN Program 2005 to present Professor, Department of Nursing

Awarded Tenure - 2006

Immaculata University, Immaculata, PA

2004 to 2007 Coordinator of RN to BSN ACCEL® Program

Coordinator of School Nurse Certification Program 2003 to 2005 Associate Professor, Department of Nursing

Immaculata University, Immaculata, PA

1999 to 2003 Chair, Department of Nursing/Associate Professor

Eastern University, St. Davids, PA

1997 to 1999 Chair, Department of Nursing/Associate Professor

Immaculata University, Immaculata, PA

1995 to 1997 Director of Bachelor's Degree Program, Department of Nursing Science Assistant Professor

Allegheny University of the Health Sciences School of Nursing Philadelphia, PA (formerly MCP Hahnemann University, School of Nursing Philadelphia, PA)

1993 to 1994 Assistant Director Associate Degree Program Department of Nursing Assistant Professor

MCP Hahnemann University, School of Nursing Philadelphia, PA

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The Pennsylvania State University

Delaware County Campus, Media, PA and Abington Campus, Abington, PA

1984 to 1989 Senior Instructor, Course Coordinator

Lankenau Hospital School of Nursing Wynnewood, PA

1987 to 1996 Per Diem Nurse Gyn/Oncology Unit

Lankenau Hospital Wynnewood, PA

1980 to 1984 Staff Nurse Combined Intensive Care Unit; IV Team

Lankenau Hospital Wynnewood, PA

1979 to 1983 Office Nurse - GYN/Oncology Office Philadelphia, PA 1975 to 1980 Private Duty Nursing Medical-Surgical Nursing

Community Nursing Service, Philadelphia, PA

1972 to 1975 Relief Supervisor Intensive/ Coronary Care

West Park Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

1970 to 1972 Staff Nurse, Operating Room

Hospital of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

1969 to 1970 Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse Intensive Care Unit Emergency Room

Baptist Memorial Hospital, San Antonio, TX

1968 to 1969 Staff Nurse Medical-Surgical Nursing

Lankenau Hospital, Wynnewood, PA

CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE:

Pennsylvania Professional Nurse Licensure RN - 169678- L

November 6, 1997 to December 31, 2001, Advanced Oncology Nursing Certification October 19, 2001 to December 31, 2005, Recertified

September 1, 2005 to December 31, 2009, Recertified

PUBLICATIONS:

Lacey, MD (2010) Celebrating 25 Years of Nursing. . Immaculata Magazine Spring 2010. Lacey, MD (2005). Himalayan Journey. Immaculata Magazine. Fall 2005.

Wagner, L & Lacey, MD (2004). The Hidden Costs of Cancer Care: An Overview with Implications and Referral Resources for Oncology Nurses. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing. May/June 2004.

Boylston, M., Lacey, M. & Peters, M. (2004). Adult Student Satisfaction in Traditional Part-Time Study versus Accelerated Modularized Study in a RN to BSN Program. Journal of Professional Nursing, 20 (1): 23-32.

Lacey, M. (2002). The experience of using decisional support aids as described by breast cancer patients. Oncology

Nursing Forum, 29, 1491- 1497.

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Lacey, M. (2002). The effects of foot massage and reflexology on decreasing anxiety, pain and nausea in cancer patients. From research to clinical practice. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 6, 183-184.

Lacey, M. (1996). An examination of the dispositions toward critical thinking and critical thinking ability of associate degree and baccalaureate nursing students and faculty. (Doctoral Dissertation, Temple University). (University Microfilms No. 9632064)

Cantwell, R., Hoban, M., Lacey, M., & McLaughlin, E. (1989). Survey of current hospital preceptorship programs in the greater Philadelphia area. Journal of Nursing Staff Development. , 5,

225-30

RESEARCH:

Boylston, M. (Principal Investigator), Lacey, M. & Peters, M. (co- investigators) (2001). Adult Student Satisfaction in Traditional Part-Time Study versus Accelerated Modularized Study in a RN to BSN Program.

Lacey, M. (1995-1996). An Examination of the Dispositions Toward Critical Thinking and Critical Thinking Ability of Associate Degree and Baccalaureate Nursing Students and Faculty. (Doctoral Dissertation, Temple University). (University Microfilms No. 9632064)

Lacey, M. (Principal Investigator, 1998-2000) Decisional Support Aids as described by Breast Cancer Patients. Cantwell, R., Hoban, M., Lacey, M., & McLaughlin, E. (1987). Survey of Current Hospital Preceptorship Programs in the Greater Philadelphia Area. Master‟s Research Project, Widener University, Chester, PA.

REVIEW BOARDS:

2003/ present Reappointed to the Board of Review of the Oncology Nursing Forum, the refereed journal of the Oncology Nursing Society

1997 Appointed for a three year term to the Board of Review of the Oncology Nursing Forum, the refereed journal of the Oncology Nursing Society

2000 Cancer Prevention and Early Detection: Oncology Nursing‟s Next Frontier Oncology Nursing Forum, Supplement to October, 2000, Reviewer

2000 Oncology Nursing Society National Congress Abstract Reviewer

2000 Oncology Nursing Society Research Team, New Investigator Award Reviewer

CONSULTATION ACTIVITIES:

2001 Consultant to Nueva Experanza “New Hope” Latino Educational Institution in North Philadelphia for developing an Associate Degree Nursing Program

2000 Consultant to Fisher College, Boston, MA for developing a generic Baccalaureate Degree Program in Nursing

PRESENTATIONS:

April 29, 2005. At Home with Spiritual Care: Meeting the Spiritual Care Needs of Patients in the Home Care Setting. Oncology Nursing Congress. Orlando, FL.

March 21, 2003. Decisional Support Aids as Described by Patients with Breast Cancer. Nineteenth Annual Research Conference. Sigma Theta Tau – Eta Beta Chapter. Widener University, Chester, PA

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May 7, 2002, Resume Writing - Delaware Valley Computer Nurses Network, part of a program on Informatics Recruitment Skills – How to Optimize Your Job Opportunities in Informatics.

September 10, 2001, Denominational Diversity: Finding Unity Amidst Diversity – Eastern College Student Association Forum- Panelist

September 8, 1999, The Art & Science of Grant Writing - Penns Wood Chapter ONS monthly meeting round table discussion

January 4 & 5, 1997, Critical Thinking Strategies: An Interactive Session. Allegheny University of The Health Sciences Continuing Nursing Education „97 Orlando, Florida

November, 1996, Role Conflict Between the Nurse as Clinician and Researcher at Ethics in Nursing: Discovery, Controversy, Actualization at the Center for Ethics in Nursing, Niehoff School of Nursing, Loyola University, Chicago, IL.

June 21-24, 1996, Poster Presentation on Critical Thinking Dispositions and Abilities of Associate Degree and

Baccalaureate Nursing Students and Faculty at The Sixth Annual Conference on Critical Thinking. University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH.

April 21, 1995, Knowledge and Power through Critical Thinking presented at the Fourth Annual Health Sciences Symposium. Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA.

GRANTS AND FUND RAISING:

U. S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Bureau of Health Professions, Division of Nursing Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship (AENT) Program grant submitted

December 22, 2009 (not funded).

Mc Lean Contributionship – Bryn Mawr, PA – Grant for $35,000 to fund Simulation Lab – submitted May, 2009 (not

funded).

U. S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Bureau of Health Professions, Division of Nursing Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship (AENT) Program grant submitted

December 17, 2007 – Awarded $6100 July, 2008.

Mc Lean Contributionship – Bryn Mawr, PA – Grant for $50,000 to fund Physical Assessment Lab off sites – funded for

$10,000 December, 2002.

Link 2 Learn Grant – Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Grant to Enhance Technology in Curriculum - submitted by Eastern College Department of Nursing – February, 2001 (not funded).

Helene Fund Grant – Curriculum and Faculty Development in Community Based Care to address the health needs of individuals in the city of Philadelphia as well of the learning needs of RN students – submitted Fall 2000 (not funded). Eastern College Faculty Development Grant for Research Data Analysis Costs of Funded Oncology Nursing Grant. Spring 2000. $1000.

Oncology Nursing Society/National Cancer Institute Scholar “Cancer Prevention and Early Detection For Nurse Educators” August 14- 16, 1998, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Valued at approximately $4000.

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Decisional Support Aids as Described by Br east Cancer Patients. Submitted November 1, 1997. Funded by the

Oncology Nursing Foundation/Chiron Therapeutics for $4250 for the 1998-00 year.

A Survey of Decisional Support Aids Provided to Breast Cancer Patients. Submitted November 1, 1996 to Oncology Nursing Society Small Grants Program. (Not funded).

Emergency Room Visits of Post-Partum Clients and Neonates within Seven Days of Hospital Discharge: Identification of Precipitating Factors and Description of Client Outcomes. Submitted September 15, 1996 to Allegheny University of the Health Sciences Intramural Funding for new investigators. (Not funded).

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS/ELECTED OFFICES:

2002-present Evaluator for Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)

2002/2004 Board Member, Museum of Nursing History, Pennsylvania Hospital

2002/2004 Board Member, Awards Committee Chair, Penns Wood Chapter of the Oncology Nursing Society 2001/2002 President - Penns Wood Chapter of the Oncology Nursing Society

2000/2001 President-elect – Chair - Fund Raising Committee, Penns Wood Chapter of the Oncology Nursing Society 1998/2000 Nominating Committee – Chair- Penns Wood Chapter of the Oncology Nursing Society

1998/2000 Education Committee - Penns Wood Chapter of the Oncology Nursing Society

1999/2001 Vice President - Pennsylvania Higher Education Nursing Schools Association (PHENSA) 1999/2001 Chair, Bylaws Committee, PHENSA

1999/2001 Chair, Awards Committee, PHENSA 1999/2003 Research Committee Member, PHENSA

1/01 to 1/02 Chair, Bylaws Committee and Board Member - Southeastern Pennsylvania League for Nursing 1/97 to 1/99 Nominating Committee - Chair -Southeastern Pennsylvania League for Nursing

2000 to Present, Faculty Advisor – Sigma Theta Tau - Delta Tau at large Chapter 1996 to 1997 Faculty Counselor - Sigma Theta Tau - NuEta Chapter

MEMBERSHIPS:

American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) National League for Nursing

Pennsylvania League for Nursing

Southeastern Pennsylvania League for Nursing Oncology Nursing Society (ONS)

Advanced Nursing Research Special Interest Group of Oncology Nursing Society Penns Wood Chapter - ONS Society

Sigma Theta Tau – Eta Beta & Delta Tau Chapter

Widener University School of Nursing Alumni Association

SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE: Immaculata University

2006 –2008 Elected to University Promotion & Tenure Committee

2005 – 2007 Appointed to the College of Lifelong Learning Policy Committee 2004 Appointed to the College of Lifelong Learning Task Force

2003 – 2006 Appointed to the Research Ethics Review Board

2003 – 2004 Appointed to Academic Programs Work Group of the Implementation Task Force. 1998 - 1999 Appointed to Interdisciplinary Task Force to study issue of Chairpersons‟ workload. 1998 - 1999 Dissertation Chair, “Focus group study on school safety” for Department of Education 1998 Appointed member of interview team for site visit by Pennsylvania Department of Education

for master‟s program in Organizational Leadership.

1997- 1998 Appointed to Lindback Award Selection Committee

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1997 Initiated the Immaculata College Nursing Honor Society as prelude to becoming a Sigma Theta Tau at large Chapter

1997- 1999 Member of Undergraduate Academic Policy Committee

Eastern University

2001 - 2003 Member of Advisory Board for Nursing Informatics

2001 - 2003 Member of Institutional Review Board

2000 - 2001 Member of planning committee for M.ED in School Health Services at Eastern College‟s Campolo School for Social Change in Philadelphia

2000 - 2001 Member of Middle States Committee on Educational Programs, Chair of subcommittee reviewing Graduate Programs

2000 - 2001 Member of Search Committee for faculty opening in Psychology Department 2000 - 2001 Initiator of Institutional Review Board

2000 - 2001 Served on Administrative Team as Faculty Senate Representative

1999 - 2000 Served as Representative on Faculty Senate

Allegheny University/MCP Hahnemann University

1996 Member of Interdisciplinary Team including the School of Medicine, School of Public Health, School of Health Sciences and Humanities to plan and develop an urban clinic to offer health care to underserved populations

Master‟s Thesis Committee member for Art Therapy Department

1996 Code of Ethics Trainer

Appointed to the University Middle States Association Self-Study Faculty Work Group

1996 Appointed to Interdisciplinary Ad Hoc Committee to formulate guidelines for non-academic disciplinary actions

1995- 1997 Academic Affair‟s Committee; Dean‟s Council; Executive Committee

1994 Small Group Moderator for Ethics and Research Course in Humanities Program of the School of Health Sciences and Humanities

Member of Graduate Nursing Feasibility Study

1993-1994 Scholarship Committee of Associate Degree Nursing Program

1993- 1997 Administrative Team

1993-1994 Chair, Admissions Committee of Associate Degree Nursing Program

1993 Coordinator of ICARE Federal Program for Summer of Service Project with the City of Philadelphia

Penn State University

1990 – 1991 Appointed Chair of Ad hoc committee to develop graduate outcomes and curriculum for Associate Degree in Nursing

1990 Co-wrote two 400 level advanced medical-surgical nursing challenge examinations for RN to BSN program

1989 Appointed to NLN self study work team

SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY:

2008-present Member of Chester County Health Care Partnership Board – solicited for membership by

Committee members.

2005 Member of Medical Missionary Team to Nepal

2000 – 2004 Advisory Board for Nursing Education – Widener University

1997 -1998 Planning Committee –The International Association for Human Caring –20th Annual Conference

1987- Present Member American Cancer Society

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1993- 2004 Assisted with health screenings and other extracurricular activities as needed at my son's school. 1999 -Present Various outreach activities to surrounding community as part of our local church

1992-1996 Coordinator with my husband of Couples Ministry at our local church

HONORS:

2010 Nominated for the Immaculata University Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award

2007 Nominated for the Immaculata University Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award

2005 Fellow of Mentor/Fellow Writing Program received the New Writer of the Year Award

2003 Selected as Mentor for Mentor/Fellow Writing Program by the Clinical Journal of

Oncology Nursing

1997 Research Award –Sigma Theta Tau-NuEta Chapter

1990 Inducted into National Nursing Honor Society - Sigma Theta Tau

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