|Work Address:|| 1025 North Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202
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|Department:||Nursing, School of|
|Education:|| University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee PhD 2013
Concordia University - Mequon, WI MSN 2002
University of WI-Eau Claire, WI BSN 1980
|Honors and Awards:|| Certified Nurse Educator (CNE)
Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE)
|Publications:|| Paige, J. & Morin, K. (2015). Diversity of nursing student views about simulation design: A Q-methodological study. Journal of Nursing Education 54(5), p. 249-262.
Paige, J. & Morin, K. (2015). Using Q-methodology to reveal nurse educators’ perspectives about simulation design. Clinical Simulation in Nursing 11(1), p. 11-1k9
Paige, J. (2015). Q-methodology – Part II – Methodological Procedures. Clinical Simulation in Nursing 11(1), p. 75-77
Paige, J. (2014). Q-methodology – Part I – Philosophical Background. Clinical Simulation in Nursing 10(12), p. 639-640
Paige, J. and Morin, K. (2014). Q-sample construction: A critical step for a Q-Methodological study. Western Journal of Nursing Research (advanced online publication 8/4/2014)
Paige, J. and Morin, K. (2013). Simulation fidelity and cueing: A systematic review of the literature. Clinical Simulation in Nursing 9(11), e481-489. doi: 10.1016/j.ecns.2013.01.001
Paige, J. and Smith, R. (2013). Nurse faculty experiences in learning problem based learning: An interpretive phenomenological analysis. Nursing Education Perspectives 34(4) p.233-239.
Paige, J. & Daley, B. (2009). Situated cognition: A learning framework to support and guide high-fidelity simulation. Clinical Simulation in Nursing 5(3), e97-103.
|Areas of Specialization / Expertise:||Simulation-Based Learning|
|Tags:||nursing education teaching|