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OUT In The Workplace

Susan Neville

Susan Neville, Ph.D., RN, CDP

Professor and Chairperson
E-mail: sneville@nyit.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. Nursing Theory & Research, Adelphi University, Garden City, N.Y
  • M.S., Adult Health & Nursing Education, Hunter College, City University of New York
  • B.S., Nursing, Hunter College, City University of New York

Doctoral Dissertation

  • Neville, S. (1990). Adelphi University, Garden City, N.Y. A Phenomenological Investigation of the Meaning of Feeling Professional in Nursing Practice.

Additional Credentials

  • May 2011: Nursing faculty members who completed the End-of Life education consortium training course taught by Maureen Cardoza, PhD., RN, Assistant Professor to the Nursing Department
    • Susan Neville
    • Elaine Della Vecchia
    • Cheryl Zauderer
    • Patrice Hood
    • Lisa Sparacino
    • Patricia Montano
  • April 2011: Susan Neville, Ph.D., associate professor and chairperson of the Department of Nursing; Carol Caico, Ph.D., assistant professor of nursing; Patricia Montano, nursing instructor; Maureen Cardoza, Ph.D., nursing instructor; and Zehra Ahmed, Ph.D., assistant professor of physician assistant studies and clinical coordinator, completed the two-day Pediatric Disaster Management Core Curriculum Course sponsored by the Nassau County Department of Health Medical Reserve Corps, the College of Osteopathic Medicine of NYIT, and the School of Health Professions. Caico also presented a lecture on pediatric bereavement.
  • Current-2013: American Medical Association's Core Disaster Life Support Certification
  • Current: CPR Certification
  • Current: ADLS
  • 2005: The John A. Hartford Foundation, Institute for Geriatric Nursing. Geriatric Education Mentor Certificate. New York, N.Y.
  • 2004: New York State Nurses Association, Cultural Diversity in the Workplace: Promoting Cultural Competence Certificate.

Academic and Clinical Appointments

  • 2010: Certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support for Licensed Health Care Professionals through the Nassau County Medical Reserve Corps of which three current faculty members are active members. The course and competency exams were administered on Dec. 4, 2010.
  • 2010: Certification workshop as a member of the Nassau County Department of Health Medical Reserve Corps on Special Needs Shelter Training in Preparation for opening and managing these shelters if needed as a response to a potential disaster situation.
  • 2010: President of the Council of Deans of Nursing: Senior Colleges and Universities in New York State
  • 2005–Present: Chairperson and Associate Professor, Department of Nursing, New York Institute of Technology, School of Health Professions
  • 1995–2005: Director of Undergraduate Programs: BS and RN Pathways, Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing, Hunter College, City University of New York

Clinical Practice

  • Current: Nassau County Department of Health Medical Reserve Corps: Co-Director of Educational Programs & Training, and Special Needs Shelter
  • Current: Private Nursing Practice: Advanced Practice: Post-op Recovery, Plastic-Microsurgery
  • Spring 2005: New York Institute of Technology: Consultant to the Department of Nursing

Research Interests

  • Administration
  • Emergency Preparedness: BioTerrorism
  • Educational Best Practices
  • Breast Cancer

Selected Academic and Professional Honors

  • 2011: Honored with the Standard of Excellence Award at NYIT's Annual School of Health Professions Convocation Ceremony. 
  • 2011: Named to National Multiple Sclerosis Association Educational Workshop Taskforce
  • 2011: Named 2011 Manhasset Working Women of the Year in recognition to her professional accomplishments, including recent publications and presentations.
  • 2009: Nassau County Department of Health: Distinguished Service: Medical Reserve Corps.
  • 2009: US Army Recruiting Command: Certificate of Appreciation.
  • 2007: New York State Assembly Citation for Nursing Accomplishments. Representative. Robert Walker.
  • 2006: 50th Anniversary Showcase Celebration. Honorable Mention. NURS 310 NYIT.
  • 2005: Lifetime Service Award, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor, Society of Nursing, Hunter College, New York, N.Y.
  • 2005-2002: CUNY Nursing Discipline Council Co-Chair.
  • 2005-2000: Advisory Board Member. New York City Technical College, Department of Nursing.
  • 2004: "Presidential Award for Excellence in Service to the College and University", Hunter College, City University of New York, New York, N.Y. 
  • 2004: "Excellence in Nursing Education", Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Hunter College, New York, N.Y.
  • 2003: "Excellence in Nursing Education", New York University School of Nursing, New York, N.Y.

Selected Grants and Research Funding

  • 2008: Enwemeka, C., Neville, S. State Aid for High Needs Nursing Program. New York State Education Department. Grant Funded: $12,000.
  • 2006: Greer, E., Neville, S. "A Phenomenological Investigation of the Meaning of Femininity to Latina Women". Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Alpha Phi Chapter, Hunter College, City University of New York. Grant Funded: $500.
  • 2003: Nokes, K., Neville, S., Nickitas, D. "Community Campus Partnership Model to Implement Community Based Service-Learning in a Complex Urban Setting". Helene Fuld Health Trust. Grant Funded: $100,000.
  • 2002: Hoffman, J., Neville, S., Rendon, D., Malinski, V., Mosley, M. "College Now Grant: Mentoring & Counseling Program", Hunter College, City University of New York. Grant Funded: $14,000.

Selected Recent Publications and Presentations

  • Greer, E., Neville, S. M. (October 6, 2011). Research presentation. The Community Speaks: Voices of Underserved Latina Women at Risk for Breast Cancer: An Academic Service Community Health Focus, at the International Rural Nursing and Rural Health Conference at Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York.
  • Neville, S.  (July 2011).  Research presenation. An Academic-Service Community Initiative: Educational Empowerment, Risk Reduction, and Community Protection in an Era of Reduced Resources and Increased Expectations, at the 22nd Annual Research Congress in Nursing in Cancun, Mexico. 
  • Neville, S., Sparacino, L., Cardoza, M., Ganzer, A. (May 4-6, 2011). Poster Presentation. Health Literacy for Health Care Providers: An Interdisciplinary Education Program, at the Institute for Healthcare Advancement’s 10th Annual Health Literacy Conference, Irvine, California.
  • Caico, C., Cardoza, M., Della Vecchia, E., Ganzer, A., Greer, E., Hood, P., Montano, P., Neville, S., Sparacino, L., Zauderer, C. (April 6, 2011). Peer reviewed poster presentation. Meaningful Leadership: The Barometer for an Ever-Changing Climate in Healthcare, at the Seventh Annual Nursing Leadership Conference, Adelphi University, Garden City, New York.
  • Neville, S., Greer, E. (March 12, 2011).  Collaborative research presentation. The Voices of Latina Women: A Cultural Perspective on the Meaning of Femininity and Returning to Paid and Unpaid Work After Treatment: Round 1, at the Sigma Theta Tau International/Alpha Phi Chapter's Research Conference at Hunter College, New York, New York.
  • Dr. Susan Neville, PhD, RN, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Nursing, was interviewed and filmed as part of a professional video that opened the First Annual RNLMI Nursing Symposium: Partnering for the Future of Health Care. This conference attended by over 200 professional nurses was held at the Brooklyn Marriot on Nov 11, 2010.  The conference focused on the Institute of Medicine-Robert Woods Johnson Report on the Future of Nursing, stressing collaborative partnerships, bundling of services, effective planning and policy formation.  Dr. Neville represented the academic viewpoint and discussed the vision and role of nursing as health care partners in setting policy and meeting the health care needs of the nation.
  • Dr. Susan Neville, PhD, RN, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Nursing, interviewed and quoted in the article, "New York, New Jersey Educators Debate BSN in 10 Bills," published in the Feb. 22 issue of Nursing Spectrum.                   
  • Neville, S., Greer, E. (March 12, 2011) Research Paper Presentation: The Voices of Latina Women:  A Cultural Perspective on the Meaning of Femininity and Returning to Paid and Unpaid Work after Treatment: Round 1. Dr. Susan Neville, PhD, RN, Chair and Associate Professor, Nursing and Dr. Ellen Greer,Chair and Associate Professor, Occupational Therapy presented their collaborative research at the Sigma Theta Tau, International Research Association of Nursing, Alpha Phi Chapter Research Conference, Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing, Hunter College of the City University of New York, New York, NY.                           
  • Neville, S., Greer, E. (September 23, 2010). Research Paper Presentation. Voices of Latina Women at Risk for Breat Cancer: Perspective Meanings of Femininity, at the Transcultural Nursing and Health Care Conference, "Knowledge Transformation at the Point of Care.  Northeast Chapter of the Transcultural Nursing Society.  SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York.
  • Cardoza, M., Hood, P., Neville, S. (July 2010). Poster Presentation. A Theoretical Model of Human Simulation Curriculum Development, at the 9th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Cardoza, M., Hood, P., Neville, S. (June 16-19, 2010). Poster Presentation. A Theoretical Model of Human Simulation Curriculum Development (Poster accepted), at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Cardoza, M., Hood, P., Neville, S. (May 6, 2010). Poster Presentations. A Theoretical Model of Simulation Curriculum Development & Integration of Simulation Technology into the Pediatric Nursing Curriculum, at the NYIT 9th Annual Faculty Scholars Reception.
  • Neville, S., Greer, E. (March 9-10, 2010). Research Presentation. The Impact of Breast Cancer Treatment on the Meaning of Occupational Patterns in the Lifeworld of Women Who Return to Paid and Unpaid Work: A Phenomenological Study" and "A Phenomenological Investigation of the Meaning of Femininity to Immigrant Latina Women at Risk for Breast Cancer: A Collaborative Civic Engagement Research Partnership.  Two IRB-approved research studies presented at the 16th Meeting of the International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Cardoza, M., Hood, P., Neville, S. (September 23-26, 2009). Poster Presentation. A Theoretical Model of Simulation Curriculum Development, at the National League of Nursing Education Summit 2009, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Neville, S., Greer, E. (July 2009). Research Presentation. The Impact of Breast Cancer Treatment on the Meaning of Occupational Patterns in the Lifeworld of Women Who Return to Paid and Unpaid Work, at the 20th International Nursing Research Conference: Evidenced Based Practice: Finding and Using Evidence. Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. July 12-17, 2009.
  • Neville, S. (July 16, 2009). Symposium. Enhancing Nursing Education through Pediatric Simulation: Integrating Pediatric Simulation into the Nursing Curriculum: Process and Lessons Learned, at the 20th International Nursing Research Congress Focusing on Evidence Based Practice: Nursing Education: Finding and Using Evidence Towards Global Health. Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. British Columbia, Canada.
  • Cardoza, M., Hood, P., Neville, S., (June 12, 2009). Poster Presentation. Enhancing Pediatric Nursing Education Through Human Simulation: An Interdisciplinary Approach, at the Evidenced Based Nursing Practice Conference: Teaching Today's Student to be Tomorrow's Nurse. Molloy College, NY.
  • Neville, S. The Historical Development of a Basic Collegiate Nursing Program within the Division of Nursing Education. 50th Celebration. Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing Hunter College, City University of New York, NYC, NY.
  • Greer, E., Neville, S. (2009). Research Presentation. A Phenomenological Investigation of the Meaning of Femininity to Immigrant Latina Women at Risk for Breast Cancer: An Interdisciplinary Civic Engagement Research Partnership, at the 2009 National Conference of the National Association of African American Studies, the National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, the National Association of Native American Studies, and the International Association of Asian Studies, February 10, Baton Rouge, LA.
  • Cardoza, M., Hood, P., Neville, S. (May 2009). Poster Presentation. Integration of Simulation Technology into the Pediatric Nursing Curriculum, at the Nassau-Suffolk Council of Hospitals.
  • Cardoza, M., Hood, P., Neville, S. (May 2009). Poster Presentation. Integration of Simulation Technology in the Pediatric Nursing Curriculum, at the NYIT Research Forum.
  • Cardoza, M., Hood, P., Neville, S. (January 2009) Poster Presentation. Pediatric Simulation. Mosby Faculty Development Institute: Evidenced Based Practice. Orlando, FL.
  • Zauderer, C. R., Ballestas, H. C. Cardoza, M. P., Hood, P., Neville, S. M. (Fall/Winter 2008-2009). United We Stand: Preparing Nursing Students for Political Activism. The Journal of the New York State Nurses Association. 39(2). 4-7.
  • Neville, S., Greer, E. (2008). Conference Proceedings. 19th International Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Research Congress Focusing on Evidence-Based Practice: Globalization of Research Through Technology. Singapore.
  • May 2008. Panel Presenter. NYIT Center for Gerontology and Geriatrics: Frailty: An Emerging Research and Clinical Paradigm in Care of the Elderly. NYIT, Old Westbury, NY.
  • Neville, S., Greer, E. (2008). Poster Presentation. A Phenomenological Investigation of the Meaning of Femininity to Latina Women, at the Evidenced Based Practice Alliance Annual Research Conference: Knowledge Transfer-Knowledge Uptake: An Evidenced Based Nursing Practice Conference. Molloy College, Rockville Center, NY. November 7, 2008.
  • Neville, S., Greer, E. (2008). A Phenomenological Investigation of the Meaning of Femininity to Latina Women, at the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing: Annual Evidenced Based Nursing Research Conference. Singapore.
  • April 2008. Web Site Development. NYCOM-NYCOMEC-SHPBLS Faculty Development Web Site. NYIT, Old Westbury, NY.
  • Neville, S. (2007). Abstract Publication Conference Proceeding. Caring, Culture, Excellence and Community Making a Difference, at the Mosby's Faculty Development Institute, San Diego, CA. 
  • May 2007. Key Note Speaker. The Scholarship of Nursing Practice: Evidenced Based Practice at the Point of Care, at the National Nurses Week Celebration. Queens Hospital Center, Health and Hospital Corporation. Jamaica, NY.
  • December 6, 2006. Guest Course Lecturer. Oncology Overview for Physical Therapists. NYIT, Department of Physical Therapy. Old Westbury, NY.
  • 2005-2006. Workshops. Four Nursing Faculty Workshops Presentations. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Clinical Teaching Strategies 1 & 2, Test Construction Workshop.
  • Neville, S. (2005). Paper Presentation. Influencing the Paradigm of the Elderly and Aging Held by Students through a Community Partnership Model, at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Annual Baccalaureate Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Neville, S. (2005). Guest Lecture. Nursing Competencies for Mass Casualties: Implications for Curriculum Development and Nursing Practice. NYIT, Old Westbury, N.Y.
  • Neville, S. (2005). Workshop Presentation. Clinical Teaching Strategies and Guidelines, at the Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing and NYIT Department of Nursing, N.Y.
  • Nokes, K., Nickitas, D., Neville, S. (2005). Does Service Learning Increase Cultural Competency, Critical Thinking, and Civic Engagement?. Journal of Nursing Education. Vol. 44, No. 2. pp. 65-70.
  • Neville, S.  (2004). Paper Presentation. Academic Preparation for Future Visions, at the City University of New York Education and Counseling Conference, New York, N.Y.
  • Nickitas, D., Keida, R., Nokes, K., Neville, S. (September/October 2004). Nurturing Nursing’s Future Through Nurse Executive Partnerships. Nursing Economics. Vol. 22, No. 5. pp. 258-263.
  • Nokes, K., Nickitas, D., Neville, S.  (Summer 2003). Using technology to Enhance Service-Learning  Reflections. Academic Exchange Quarterly. 86-90.
  • Nickitas, D., Keida, R., Nokes, K., Neville, S., Holtzmer, S. (2003). Inside the Hall of Academia: Nurturing Nursing's Future Through Academic Partnerships. Journal of Nursing Education.

Selected Advisory Board/Professional Committee Appointments

  • Nassau County Department of Health: Medical Reserve Corps: Command Staff
  • Council of Deans & Directors of Baccalaureate Nursing Programs NYS: President Elect 2008-2009
  • American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Program Chair, Instructional Leadership Network Steering Committee
  • AACN Deans & Directors
  • Board Member: Visiting Nurse Services of New York
  • Board Member NYC HHC Home Helath Care Educational Advisory
  • Nassau/Suffolk Council of Hospitals
  • Steering Committee Member, Instructional Leadership Committee, American Association Colleges of Nursing
  • Board Member, NYIT Center for Private Security, Espionage and Emergency Health Response
  • Board Member, Health & Home Care, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation
  • Education Advisory Board, Visiting Nurse Service of New York

Selected Memberships in Professional Organizations

  • National League for Nursing
  • New York State Council Baccalaureate & Higher Degree Programs in Nursing
  • New York Organization of Nurse Executives (NYONE)
  • American Association of Colleges of Nursing
  • Transcultural Nursing Society
  • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
  • American Association of Critical Care Nurses: 30127877
  • Community Campus Partnerships for Health
  • American Association of Univeristy Professors 
  • Sigma XI, Hunter College, City University of New York
  • Alpha Phi Chapter, Hunter Alumni Association
  • Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing Alumni Association
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