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Rose M. Schaubhut, DNP, MN, MPH, NEA-BC
Assistant Dean for Clinical Nursing Education

Email: rschau@lsuhsc.edu

Phone: 504-568-4420

Office: 335

Office Hours:

Tuesday 9:00am - 5:00pm.

Curriculum Vitae


Research Interests

Emotional Intelligence; Preceptor Education


Bio

 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Provide the following information for the key personnel and other significant contributors in the order listed on Form Page 2.Follow this format for each person.  DO NOT EXCEED FOUR PAGES.

 

NAME

Schaubhut, Rose M.

POSITION TITLE

Assistant Dean of Clinical Nursing Education

School of Nursing

eRA COMMONS USER NAME

Schaubhut

EDUCATION/TRAINING

 

nursing, and include postdoctoral training.)

INSTITUTION AND LOCATION

DEGREE

(if applicable)

YEAR(s)

FIELD OF STUDY

Loyola University New Orleans

 

 

DNP

2014

Nursing Administration

Louisiana State University HSC School Nursing Nursing

MN

2012

Nursing Administration

Tulane University New Orleans

MPH

1995

Public Health, Health AdadminAdm.

William Carey College

BSN

1983

Nursing

Touro Nursing School

Diploma

1975

Nursing

         


  1. Personal Statement.  Dr. Schaubhut has academic teaching experience since May of 2007 and has held the Assistant Dean position since July of 2008 at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing (SON).  In this leadership position she has accomplished the following:  development of a Clinical Handbook for RN to BSN students and for N4379 and N4369 clinical courses; reviewed the SON Faculty Handbook and Student Handbook; developed of SON policies; coordinated the Clinical Affiliation and Nurse Executive Advisory Council Meetings and liaison activities; developed the SON Dashboard, developed and implemented Outstanding RN to BSN Community Student Award with Early Childhood and Family Learning Foundation; developed of the Nurse Executive survey;  performs of Clinical Agency site visits; submits of clinical agency requests to all undergraduate clinical agencies for each semester; represents the SON at clinical agency consortiums and update meetings and Magnet Status site visits; collaborated in the development of curriculum changes for the RN to BSN Program; attends recruitment fairs for the RN to BSN and graduate nursing programs; negotiates and manages SON clinical affiliation contracts; collaborated in the development of the SON Strategic Map with the Administrative Team and collaborated in the preparation for CCNE School of Nursing accreditation site visits; develops Louisiana State Board of Nursing and other annual reports.  In addition to the above duties, Dr. Schaubhut teaches a full faculty teaching load in the undergraduate (BSN, CARE and RN to BSN) and graduate (MN and DNP) nursing programs. 

 

B.                 Research Support.  Grants Funded:

July 2011-2014 HRSA Nurse Education, Practice and Retention Grants (NEPQR) P4 Cornerstone of Cultural Competency during the Disaster Cycle (C DC) Program: Educating Nurses to Provide Culturally Competent Care during Disasters. Funded for $732, 669-3 years (Train-the-Trainer Coordinator).

July 2009-2010 OMERAD LSUHSC EEG Grant: Preceptor Workshops Interdisciplinary Project for Graduate and Undergraduate Preceptor Education. PI: Gentry, J. (Project Team Member).

2008-2009 George Mason University Policy Fellowship Research program fellow

November 2007 HRSA AEN Grant. High tech and high touch: Developing nurse educators in underserved populations. Funded for $782,546-3 years PI: Couvillon, J. (Project Team Member).

Grants Not Funded: 

              ·    Board of Regents Technology grant submitted 2015 to secure funds for   study the use of Medication Dispensing equipment for the School of Nursing students' experiences to insure medication safety

·           HRSA R2 grant writing participant with University Hospital submitted 12/07

 

·          HRSA R1 grant writing team participant LSUHSC Distance Education 12/07, 12/08

 

E.    Positions held: Listed in chronological order previous positions, concluding with your present position.

 1975-1976 Touro Infirmary, New Orleans, LA., Staff, Charge Nurse Telemetry Unit

1976-1978 West Jefferson General Hospital (WJGH), Marrero, LA., Staff, Charge Nurse Intensive Care Unit

      1978-1980 WJGH, Unit Supervisor Coronary Care Unit

      1980-1983 East Jefferson General Hospital (EJGH), Metairie, LA., Cardiac Rehab Instructor

      1983-1988 EJGH Assistant Director Cardiology Department

      1988-1989 American Nursing Services, Metairie, LA., Chief Nursing Officer

      1989-1997 EJGH Administrative Director Medical Surgical Nursing Units

      1997-2001 EJGH Administrative Director Med/Surg Division

      2001-2006 Ochsner Medical Center, New Orleans, LA., Director of Nursing

      2006-2007 Tenet Health Care, Dallas, TX., Internal Consultant, Commitment to Quality Nursing Leader

 2007-2008 Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing (LSUHSC SON), New Orleans, LA., Instructor

 2008-present LSUHSC SON Assistant Dean for Clinical Nursing Education and Instructor. 

 


Publications/Presentations

  1. Selected peer-reviewed publications (in chronological order).

Danna, D., Pierce, S., Schaubhut, R.., Billingsly, L, Bennett, M. (2015). An Innovative Approach by One Nursing School:  Educating Nurses to Provide Culturally Competent Care During Disasters. Journal of Nursing Continuing Education. 46(3), 135-144.

Schaubhut, R. M. & Gentry, J. A. (2010).Nursing preceptor workshops:  Partnership and collaboration between academia and practice, Journal of Continuing Nursing Education 41(4), 155-162   

Danna, D. M., Schaubhut, R. M. & Jones, J. R. (2010).  From Practice to Education: Perspectives from three nurse leaders, Journal of Continuing Nursing Education, 41(2), 83-87.

Danna, D., Bernard, M., Schaubhut, R. & Matthews, P. (2010) Experiences of nurse leaders surviving hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, Nursing and Health Sciences, 12, 9-13.             

Rice, K., Colletti, L. S., Hartmann, S., Schaubhut, R. & Davis, N. L. (2006). Learning from Katrina, Nursing 2006, 36 (14), 44-47.

D.     Conference presentations, Honors and Professional Memberships and Involvement:  Dr. Schaubhut has presented at numerous local, national and international meetings and conferences over her nursing career.  Conferences included:  Sigma Theta Tau Epsilon Nu Scholarship Day; International Disaster Conference and Exposition, World Society of Disaster Nursing Conference, Connie S. Logan Research Day, International Congress of Nursing 24th Quadrennial Nursing Management Conference; George Mason Center for Health Policy, Research and Ethics Policy Seminar; 4th International Nursing Management Conference toward a New World;  Challenges for Nursing Leadership; AONE 41st Annual Meeting and Exposition; Achieving Excellence in High-Risk Perinatal-Neonatal Care Conference and many others.  Honors over the past years include the following:  (2015) Daisy Faculty Award Nominee; (2014) Daisy Faculty Award Nominee; (2008-2009) George Mason University Policy Institute Fellow; (1988) American Nursing Services’ Nurse of the Month; (1988) Great 100 Nurse Award, New Orleans District Nurses Association, (1983) Outstanding RN Graduate Award, William Carey College; (1975) Touro Infirmary School of Nursing Graduate Honor Award.  Professional Memberships and Involvement over the past years includes the following;  (2010-present) Sigma Theta Tau Epsilon Nu Chapter member and Board member; (2008-2011) New Orleans District Nurses Association Board member and secretary; (2010-present) Louisiana State Nurses’ Association Board Member; (1998-1999) Louisiana Organization of Nurse Executives Board member; (1984-present) Sigma Theta Tau; (1990-present) American Organization of Nurse Executives; (1990-2007) New Orleans Organization of Nurse Executives member, secretary and president; (1976-1989) American Association of Critical Care Nurses member.