Faculty Bios - Joyce Wright

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    Joyce Wright PhD, RN, CNE, CNL
    Associate Professor

    Email: jwright@njcu.edu
    Phone: (201) 200-3157
    Wall: (732) 280-7090 X 6011
    Office: Grossneckle 412

    Research Interests: Accelerated Nursing Students learning styles

     

    Education

    Ph.D. Nursing, Widener University, 2002
    M.S. Nursing, Seton Hall University, 1998
    B.S. N. Nursing, Rutgers University, 1978

    Professional Experience

    2002 – 2009 Staff RN Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Surgical-Trauma ICU

    Professional Affilations

    Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society since 1978
    Rutgers University College of Nursing Alumni since 1978
    Seton Hall University, College of Nursing Alumni, since 1999
    National League of Nursing, since 2012

    Publications and Presentations:

    Wright, J. (2012). Descriptions of the accelerated baccalaureate nurse: Determining curriculum and clinical strategies that work best to prepare the novice nurse. The International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship. 9 (1) doi:10.1515/1548-923X.2412

    Wright, J. (2008). Prenatal and Postnatal diagnosis of infant disability: Breaking the news to mothers. Journal of Perinatal Education. 17(3) 17-22.

    Success: Articulation Agreements in Nursing: Four Community Colleges and New Jersey City University. Podium Presentation: Tri State Best practices Conference: Collaborations and Connections, Meadowlands, NJ, March 2014.

    Professional Nurse Transition: Descriptions of the Accelerated Baccalaureate Nurse. Poster Presentation, Gateway to Innovation and Creativity in Nursing Education, Baltimore, Maryland, October 2010.

    Licenses and Certificates

    2012-present Certified Nurse Educator, National League for Nursing, August 2012
    Identification number: NLN-49-8920
    2009 -present Clinical Nurse Leader, American Association of Colleges of Nursing
    Identifier Number 10960190

    Courses Taught

    NURS 357 BSN Transitions
    NURS 465 Nursing Leadership and Management
    NURS 351 Health Assessment
    NURS 460 Nursing Research
    NURS 466 Cultural Paradigms in Healthcare
    NURS 450 Theoretical Basis of Nursing
    NURS 301 Pathophysiology
    NURS 305 Fundamentals of Nursing Practice

    Campus / Community Affiliations

    University Senate Student Affairs Committee, since 2013

    Senate Alternate for the Department of Nursing

    Volunteered for Mentoring of new NJCU Faculty, 2013
    30th Annual Nursing Research Day Co-Coordinator

    Represented NJCU Nursing for Liberty Health Magnet Visit February 2014

    Member of the New Jersey State Committee, Academic Progression Pilot Project

    Coordinated, networked and maintained Four Nursing Articulation Agreements for Nursing a) Brookdale Community College, b) Hudson Community College and Carepoint School of Nursing c) Passaic County Community College d) Essex Community College.

    Member of the committee for curriculum revision for a Masters in Science in Nursing.

    Coordinator of the Saturday St. Mark’s in Keansburg Soup kitchen serving approximately 100 needy individuals every 6 weeks.

    Family Promise (provides housing for homeless families through church affiliations) of Monmouth County

    Eucharistic Minister for Christ Episcopal Church (Administering Communion to the homebound) (2011 to present)

    The enrollment of students in the RN to BSN Program under my leadership is the following: 2010: 62 students; 2011: 75 students and lastly 2012: 279 students