Marilyn Oermann, professor, and Judith Hays, associate professor emerita, received a Second Place American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award for the 4th edition of their book Writing for Publication in Nursing.
This book was also recently translated into Turkish and published by Ankara Nobel Tip Kitabevleri.
Marilyn Oermann, professor; Alison Edie, assistant professor; Kathleen Ashton, consulting associate; and Sathya Amarasekara, statistician III, published an article entitled "Citations of articles in predatory nursing journals" in Nursing Outlook.
Marilyn Oermann, professor, spoke at two prestigious engagements this October.
She was the Visiting Nurse Scientist at East Carolina University College of Nursing, in Greenville, NC. She delivered the Siegfried Lowin Lecture, entitled “Nursing Education Research: Current State and Future Needs.” She also gave a presentation entitled "Writing Journal Manuscripts: Tips to get Published."
Marilyn Oermann, professor, Kathleen Ashton, consulting associate, Alison Edie, assistant professor, and Sathya Amarasekara, statistician, received the Nursing Outlook Excellence in Research Award for their study and article entitled "Quality
Congratulations to Marilyn Oermann, professor, on receiving the 2019 National League for Nursing President's Award, and Valerie Howard, associate dean for Academic Affairs; and Michael Relf, associate dean for Global and Community Health Affairs, on being inducted as Fellows of the NLN Academy of Nursing Education.
The NLN President's Award reflects the priority the NLN gives to publicly recognizing leadership at a time and place designed to convey its importance to the widest possible audience of colleagues and peers in nursing education.
Marilyn Oermann, professor, was recently featured in an article entitled "Eminent Nursing Researcher Shares Publishing Tips with MTSU Nursing Faculty" in The Tennessee Tribune. Oermann talked to nursing faculty August 19 about how to get published in academic journals. Oermann's message to the nursing professors was that sharing their information and experience with the rest of the profession is vital.
Marilyn Oermann, professor, recently presented a workshop for nursing and health science faculty at Middle Tennessee State University on writing journal articles.
Marilyn Oermann, professor, gave a speech entitled "Is Your Teaching Based on Evidence or Tradition?" for the Nursing Education program at Teacher's College Columbia Univesity.