This is my 13th year of teaching at Kent State University. My research has shifted toward developing and evaluating the pharmacological intervention in nursing practice. I function as both the Honors Coordinator and Accelerated Program Director at the College of Nursing.
NURS 20040 - Fundamentals of Nursing
NURS 20020 - Foundations of Assessment and Communication in Nursing (Honors)
NURS 20030 - Foundations of Nursing Interventions (Honors)
NURS 40045 - Integration of Leadership and Management in Nursing
Ph.D., Kent State University, 2016, MSN, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, 2007, BSN, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, 2002
Diversity, Socioeconomic Status Educational Gap, Nursing, Nursing Simulation, Medical-Surgical Nursing, Infusion Nursing, Evaluation and Measurement
Meyers, T. W., & Karpinski, A. (2018). The relationship between socioeconomic status (SES) and the national council licensure examination for registered nurses: comparing SES indicators in mediated logistic regression. Nursing Education Perspectives. 39(4
Shelestak, D. S., Meyers, T. W., Jarzembak, J. J., & Bradley, E. (2015) A process to assess clinical decision making during human patient simulation: A pilot study. Nursing Education Perspectives, doi: 10.5480/13-1107.1
Karpinski, A., C., Dzurec, L. C., Fitzgerald, S. M., Bromley, G. E., & Meyers, T. W. (2013). Examining the factor structure of the Pain Catastrophizing Scale (PCS) as a measure of victim response to the Psychological Pain Subtle Workplace Bullying.
Meyers, T. W. (2012). Literature synthesis of evaluative measures in healthcare simulation. International Journal of Gaming and Computer- Mediated Simulation.
Meyers, T.W. (2016). The relationship between socioeconomic status (SES) and the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses: Comparing SES indicators in medicated and moderated logistic regression. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation.
Bellot, M., & Meyers, T. W., (2019). Impact of hypoglycemia inpatient protocol at a community hospital. Presentation at the Ohio Pharmacy Resident Conference, Ohio Northern University, OH
Notareschi, V., & Meyers, T. W., (2019). Instituting pharmacist-driven procalcitonin monitoring at a community hospital. Presentation at the Ohio Pharmacy Resident Conference, Ohio Northern University, OH
Motter, T., & Meyers, T. W., (2019). Linked-in to Practice (LIP): A partnership to address the transition to practice. Presentations at the Ohio League for Nursing Education Summit, Columbus, OH
Sigma Theta Tau International, Academy of Medical Surgical Nursing
2018, Distinguished Alumni, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
2017, Center of Excellence Contributing Author, National League of Nursing
2017, Best in 100 in Nursing Introduction into the American Health Council
2016, “Honorary Coach of the Game” Kent State University, Kent, Ohio Women’s Basketball Team award for Outstanding Faculty
2015 - 2016 DAISY Faculty Award, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
2015, Barbara Donaho Award Recipient, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
2014, Recipient of the Faculty Recognition Award Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
2014, Nominated for the DAISY Faculty Award, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
2012, Nominated for AACN Novice Faculty Didactic Teaching Award AACN, Washington, DC
2011, Finalist for AACN Novice Faculty Didactic Teaching Award AACN, Washington, DC