Jennie De Gagne, professor, recently delivered a webinar on identifying various channels for communicating scholarly work and exploring innovation scholarship dissemination for the 2019-2020 Faculty fellows in the Invest in Nursing Project.
Jennie De Gagne
Jennie De Gagne, associate professor, was an invited presenter for the 2019-2020 Faculty Fellowship Conference which is part of The Invest in Nursing Project. Her lecture was entitled "Scholarship of teaching and learning: Methods for message dissemination."
Jennie De Gagne, associate professor; Hyeyoung Kate Park, PhD student; Katherine Hall, '17 MSN almuna; Sandra Yamane, DNP student; Sang Suk Kim, former visiting scholar 2017-2018; publish article entitled "Microlearning in Health Professions Education: Scoping Review" in JMIR Medical Education. Co-authors include Amanda Woodward.
Jennia De Gagne, associate professor; Minjoo. Hong, former visiting scholar 2015-2016 recently published an article entitled "Social networks, health-promoting behaviors, and health-related quality of life in older adults with and without arthritis" in PLoS One. Hyewon Shin is a co-author of this article.
Eun-Ok Im, associate dean for research development and regulatory affairs; Wonshik Chee, associate professor; Jennie De Gagne, associate professor; Sangmi Kim, postdoctoral associate; Wai May Ng, DNP '19; and Minjoo Hong, visiting scholar '15-'16; recently delivered various presentations at the International Council of Nurses (ICN) 2019 Congress held in Singapore.
Jennie De Gagne, associate professor, recently published an article entitled "Validity and Reliability of the Korean Version of the Women's Toileting Behavior Scale" in International Neurourology Journal. Co-authors include Aeyoung So of Gangneung-Wonju National University and Sunah Park of Gangneung-Wonju National University.
Jennie De Gagne, associate professor, recently completed Harvard University’s Essential Management Skills for Emerging Leaders Program. This program is designed for individuals to master core business concepts and build key skills in six subject areas, including leadership, strategy, communication, finance, marketing and negotiation.
Jennie De Gagne, associate professor, recently participated in the 2nd annual Global Korean Nursing Foundation (GKNF)-USA at the University of Kentucky, Lexington as a guest speaker and a moderator for the session on practical tips in developing key professional competencies as a minority faculty member: academic teaching.
Jennie De Gagne, associate professor, recently published an article entitled "Development and evaluation of a web-based acute pain management education program for Korean registered nurses: A randomized controlled trial" in Nurse Education in Practice. Co-authors include Jebog Yoo of Gyeongnam National University of Science and Technology, Hye Jin Kim of Yonsei University Health System and Juyeon Oh of Seoul Women's College of Nursing.
Jennie De Gagne, associate professor, recently gave an invited talk with the theme of "Dream Big and Lead" to students of the Catawba College Department of Nursing at their pinning ceremony.
In her presentation, De Gagne spoke on being an independent thinker, asking for help and empowering yourself through lifelong learning to become leaders in your own life.
Catawba College is located in Salisbury, NC and offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree and a BSN-Pre Licensure degree in Nursing.