Stacen Keating

Faculty

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Stacen Keating

PhD RN

Clinical Associate Professor

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Stacen Keating's additional information

Stacen Keating, PhD, RN, is a clinical associate professor at NYU Meyers College of Nursing. Teaching in both the undergraduate and DNP programs, her focus relates to applied epidemiology concepts and the overall importance of population and public health science for nurses. Her primary scholarship focus is on the global preparation of nurse educators in creating a healthcare workforce that can meet UN Sustainable Development Goal 3, to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages. She is currently working toward certification in the area of instructional design methods from NYU’s School of Professional Studies, in order to inform her curriculum development work. Disseminating instructional design knowledge has the ability to help her promote the development and delivery of nursing education globally that is steeped in evidence-based best practices for teaching and learning.

From a leadership perspective, Keating sits on the advisory council of Nurses International, a non-profit organization creating open-access educational resources for nursing students and educators in low-and-middle-income countries. The Nurses International Open Access BSN is an integrated program that includes classroom lectures, student and instructor references, assignments, and assessment items. Keating is also actively engaged in the Alliance of Nurses for a Healthy Environment as part of a sub-committee promoting the engagement of nurses to impact governmental policy to take responsible action to improve environmental health and address climate change.

Among her many honors, Keating was a fellow of the Hartford Institute on Geriatrics and a scholar at the John A. Hartford Foundation's Building Academic Geriatric Nursing Capacity program. She also won a faculty award from the College of New Jersey Support of Scholarly Activities

Keating received her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania, MS from Northeastern University, and BSN from Columbia University School of Nursing. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research.

PhD - University of Pennsylvania
MS - Northeastern University
BSN - Columbia University School of Nursing

Community/population health
Gerontology
Nursing education
Primary care
Underserved populations

American Nurses Association
Alliance of Nurses for a Healthy Environment
SONSIEL (Society of Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Entrepreneurs and Leaders)
Sigma Theta Tau, Upsilon Chapter
Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Zeta Chapter

Faculty Honors Awards

Fellow, Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing (2019)
Digital Innovation Boot Camp, American Association of the Colleges of Nursing in conjunction with Apple, Inc. (2019)
Faculty Award, College of New Jersey Support of Scholarly Activities (2010)
Scholar, John A. Hartford Foundation's Building Academic Geriatric Nursing Capacity (2006)
Penn-Hampton Scholar Award, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing-Hampton University Center for Researching Health Care Disparities

Publications

Integrating Climate Change in the Curriculum: Using Instructional Design Methods to Create an Educational Innovation for Nurse Practitioners in a Doctor of Nursing Practice Program

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E-Learning for Population Health Management: An Educational Innovation to Prepare Student and Practicing Nurses for Value-Based Care

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The Development of Nurses International: Nurses Called to Serve in Low-income Countries

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Establishing Global Nursing Education Equity by Developing Open Access Resources

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Notes from the field: ‘nurses international’ uses oer to support nurse educators

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Nurses International Open Educational Resources for Global Impact

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Open education resources to support the WHO nurse educator core competencies

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Psychometric testing of the immigrant Barriers to Health Care Scale: Hispanic Version

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Translating research into practice: Transitional care for older adults

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Transitional care

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