Program evaluation of neuroscience competency programs to implement evidence-based practices

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2017-02

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10.1111/jep.12654

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Reynolds, Staci Sue, Susan M McLennon, Patricia R Ebright, Laura L Murray and Tamilyn Bakas (2017). Program evaluation of neuroscience competency programs to implement evidence-based practices. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 23(1). pp. 149–155. 10.1111/jep.12654 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/26934.

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Staci Reynolds

Clinical Professor in the School of Nursing

Dr. Staci Reynolds joined Duke in January 2016, with a joint position between Duke University School of Nursing and Duke University Hospital (DUH).  At DUSON, Dr. Reynolds teaches in the ABSN Program (neuroscience nursing) and DNP program (healthcare quality improvement methods).  Clinically, she served as a neuroscience Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) for the inpatient neuro units at DUH from 2016 - 2019 and for the Infection Prevention and Hospital Epidemiology department from 2019 - 2023. Dr. Reynolds coordinated the Duke Advancement of Nursing, Center of Excellence (DANCE) academic-practice partnership from 2016 - 2023, and was the faculty lead for the post-DNP Quality Implementation Scholars Program from 2019 - 2022.  In January 2023, Dr. Reynolds was appointed the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Nursing Care Quality.  Before coming to DUSON, she was a neuro critical care nurse and a neuroscience Clinical Nurse Specialist at Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital.

Dr. Reynolds received a baccalaureate degree in nursing science from Indiana University (IU) in Indianapolis, Indiana.  She earned a Master’s degree as a Clinical Nurse Specialist at IU in 2011, and completed her PhD at IU in May 2016.  Dr. Reynolds’ dissertation focused on implementation of clinical practice guidelines, and her current research interests includes evidence-based practice implementation and quality improvement.


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