WellStar School of Nursing


Anne White, DSN, RN

Professor

HS 3207

 

Telephone: (770)423-6067
email: awhite@kennesaw.edu

 

Academic Degrees

 

 

DSN

Nursing

University of Alabama @ Birmingham

Enrolled

  MSN Cardiovascular Nursing Emory University 1980
  BSN Nursing Florida State University 1975

                                           
                                                                                         

 

Professional Experience

 

 

1989-Present 

Associate Professor

Kennesaw State College

 

1990-Present

Captain, Nurse Corps

United States Navy

Washington, D.C.

 

1985-1990

Clinical Instructor

Georgia State University

 

1994-Present

Kennesaw State University
Center for Professional Development

Courses Taught

  • Registered Nurse Refresher Course (online & on-ground)
  • Medical Surgical Nursing Certification Preparation
  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Bedside Assessment and Documentation
  • Introduction to Basic Arrhythmias
  1998-1999

New York Regents College

Health Assessment Teaching

Clinical Examiner

 

 

Recent Professional Activities

 

 

Publications

 

Refereed Journal Articles

 

White, A., Brannan, J., & Wilson, C. (2010), A Mentor-Protégé Program for New Faculty, Part I:   Stories of Protégés. The Journal of Nursing Education, 49, 11, 601-607.

Wilson, C., Brannan, J., & White, A. (2010).  Part II: A Mentor-Protégé Program for New Faculty, Stories of Mentors. The Journal of Nursing Education, 49, 12, 665-671.

White, A., Brannan, J. & Long, J. & Kruszka, K. (2012). Comparison of simulation and Traditional Classroom Methods: Effects on Cognitive Skills and Confident Levels. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Brannan, J., White, A., &  Bezanson, J. (2008). Simulator Effects on Cognitive Skills and Confidence Levels. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 47, 11.

Roberts, V., Brannan, J., & White, A. (2005). Outcomes-Based Research: Evaluating the Effectiveness of an Online Nurse Refresher Course. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 36, 5.

White, A., Roberts, V. & Brannan, J. (2003). Returning Nurses to the Workforce: Developing an Online Refresher Course. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 34, 2.

 

Book Chapters and Other Published Works

 

Brannan, J., Garbe, K., & White, A. (1998).  Service Learning: An Innovative Strategy for Exceptional Learning, Reaching Through Teaching,11, 2.

   


Presentations


Referred (last 5 years)

 

Long, J., White, A., & Brannan, J. (2011). Nursing Education Research: Age, Race/Ethnicity, Teaching Method, and Learning Styles as Predictors of Senior nursing Student Confidence, Knowledge, and Course Grade. Podium presented Georgia Association for Nursing Education 2011 Annual Conference, Transitions: Reshaping Nursing Education, Calloway Gardens, GA.

Wilson, C., Brannan, J., & White, A. (2010). The perspective so Mentors and Protégés Participating in a Project for Novice and New Faculty Members: A Phenomenological Study. Podium presented at National League for Nurses, Education Summit 2010,  Las Vegas, NV.

Long, J., White, A., & Brannan, J. (2010). Use of Simulation to Teach Shock: Effects on Knowledge and Confidence Levels of Undergraduate Nursing Students. Podium presented at Rutgers Twenty-Eighth Annual International Nursing Technology Conference, Baltimore, MD.

White, A., Brannan, J., & Long, J. (2010). Competence and Confidence in Nursing Practice: A comparison of Traditional Classroom and Simulation Learning in a Senior Nursing Course. Podium presented at Georgia Association for Nursing Education 2010 Annual Conference, Transitions: Facilitating Excellence in Nursing, Calloway Gardens, GA.

White, A., Brannan, J., & Wilson, C. (2009). The Perspective so Mentors and Protégés participating in a Project for Novice and New Faculty Members: A Phenomenological Study. Podium present at American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 1009 Baccalaureate Education Conference, Chicago, IL.

White, A. & Toney, S. (2009). Building a Framework. Podium presented at An Evidence-Based Practice ToolKit for Bedside Nurses, Kennesaw, GA.

Brannan, J., White, A., & Blake, B. (2009). Integration of PDAs into the nursing Curriculum: An Evaluative Study. Podium presented at Georgia Association for nursing Education 2008: Transforming Nursing: The Road Ahead, Calloway Gardens, GA.

White, A., Wilson, C., Brannan, J., & Horne, C. (2008). Mentoring New Faculty: The Road Less Traveled. Podium presented at Georgia Association for Nursing Education 2008: Transforming Nursing: The Road Ahead, Calloway Gardens, GA.

White, A. (2008). Sustainment to Advance Readiness (STAR). Podium presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, Building the Next Generation: Collaborative Partnerships for the Future, San Antonio, TX.

White, A. (2007). Operation: High Fever.  Podium presented at 3rd Emergency Preparedness Summit for Faculty in Georgia Schools of Nursing, Atlanta, GA

White, A. & Brannan, J. (2007). Basic Disaster Life Support Certification: Training for Mass Casualty Management. Poster presentation at Georgia Association of Nursing Education Annual Conference, Savannah, GA.

 

 

Grant Funded Projects

 

White, A., Brannan, J. & Horne, C. A., $25,000. Mentor/Protégé Program for Novice Nurse Educators, Funded by Georgia Hospital Association for Johnson & Johnson: 2004

Brannan, J & White, A., $7900.  Human Patient Simulator Effects on Cognitive Skills and Confidence Level in Baccalaureate Degree Nursing Students Learning to Manage Patients Experiencing an Acute Myocardial Infarction.  Funded by National League for Nursing and Medical Education Technologies, Inc., of Human Patient Simulator Research Grant: September 2002-2004.

Bairan, A. & White, A., $1,500. Influence of Basic Conditioning Factors on the Self-Care of Community-Dwelling Older Adults, Funded by College of Health and Human Services, Kennesaw State University: 2002.

White, A., $3,000. Funded by Learn and Serve Faculty Fellows Program, Service Learning Collaborative administered by Clark Atlanta University: Oct 1997—June 1998.

 

 

Honors and Awards

 

  2010 to present Clendenin Graduate Fellow Kennesaw State University
  2011 Sigma Theta Tau Mu Phi Chapter Research Award
  2009 Induction in Georgia State University Epsilon Alpha Chapter of the Golden Key International Honor Society
  2008 Certificate of Excellence to an Outstanding Organization Advisor Kennesaw State University

 

 

Professional Interests

  • Nursing Education and Innovative Teaching Methods
  • Simulation and Technology in Nursing Education
  • Faculty Mentoring
  • Military Nursing

 

Teaching Responsibilities

  • NURS 4414 Complex Health Nursing, 3 times
  • NURS 4417 Advanced Clinical Practicum, 2 times