WellStar School of Nursing


Mary Beth Maguire, RN, MSN, CNE

Nursing Skills Lab Coordinator/Lecturer

HS 3130

phone: 470-578-6301

email: mmaguir5@kennesaw.edu

 

 

Academic Degrees

 

 

DNS

Nursing

Kennesaw State University

Enrolled

  M.S.N. Nursing Case Western Reserve University 2001
  B.S.N. Nursing Otterbein College 1995

 

 

Professional Experience

 

  2010 - Present Lecturer

 

2007-2010

Lecturer/Learninng Resource Center Coordinator

 

2006-2007

Clinical Instructor of Nursing, Kennesaw Sate University

 

2005-2006

Instructor of Nursing, California State Fullerton

 

1998-2002

Clinical Instructor of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University

 

 

Recent Professional Activities

 

 

Professional Presentations

 

Maguire, MB., Sims, T., Ward, E. (January, 2012). “Evaluating Learning Styles of Millennial and Non-Millennial Undergraduate Nursing Students”. Poster presentation at the Elsevier/Mosby’s Faculty Development Institute, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Maguire, MB., Horne, S. (May, 2010).  “Improving Efficiency of Undergraduate Student Nursing Psychomotor Skill Competency Testing”.Podium presentation at the Ottawa Conference on Competency Testing in Medical Education, Miami, FL.

 

Maguire, MB. (April, 2010).  “Integrating Simulation Throughout A Nursing Curriculum”.  Podium presentation at the Laerdal Simulation User Network Regional Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

 

Maguire, MB. (June, 2009). “Evaluating Learner’s Confidence After Participation in Clinical Simulation Using A Quantitative and Qualitative Approach”. Poster presentation at the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO.

 

Bremner, MN., Maguire, MB.  (June, 2012).  “Integration of QSEN Competency: Teamwork and Collaboration Within a Simulation Center”, Quality and Safety Education for Nursing National Forum, Tucson, Arizona.

 

Bremner, MN., Maguire, MB. (February, 2012).  “Integrating TeamSTEPPS, a Teamwork System into Simulation and Lab Experiences Across the Curriculum”, Georgia Association of Nurse Educators, Pine Mountain, Georgia.

 

Publication in Professional Journals

 

Hart, P., Brannan, J., Long, J., Maguire, M. B., Brooks, B. K., & Robley, L. (2013). Effectiveness of a structured curriculum focused on recognition and response to acute patient deterioration in an undergraduate BSN program. Nursing Education in Practice.  Accepted for publication June 2013.

 

Hart, P., Maguire, M. B., Brannan, J., Long, J., Robley, L., & Brooks, B. K. (2013). Improving BSN students’ performance in recognizing and responding to clinical deterioration. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. Accepted for publication June 2013.

 

Hart, P.  Brannan, J., Long, J., Maguire, M. B., Brooks, K., Robley, L. & Kill, S. (2013). Enhancing nursing students’ recognition and response to clinical deterioration by using combined teaching modalities. Nursing Education Perspectives. Accepted for publication May 2013.

 

Ali, M.R., Maguire, M.B., Wolfe, B.M. (2006). Assessment of obesity-related comorbidities: A novel scheme for evaluating bariatric surgical patients.  Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 202(1): 70-7.

Current Research and Grant Funded Projects

 

Doctoral Dissertation:  Psychometric Testing of the TeamSTEPPS Performance Observation Tool to Improve Evaluative Methods in Clinical Simulation.

 

 

Professional Interests

 

 

Use of technology and simulated learning environments to promote learning

 

Current Membership in Professional Organizations

 

International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning

 

Sigma Theta Tau-Mu Phi Chapter Vice President

 

Society for Simulation in Healthcare

 

Teaching Responsibilities

 

 

Advanced Clinical Practicum NURS 4417

 

Recognition Awards

  Clendenin Fellowship