3040 Human Health Building
BSN, University of Michigan, 1987
PhD, Wayne State University, 2004
Medication Administration BCMA
Harris, M., Pittiglio, L., Newton, S. & Moore, G. (2014). Using Simulation to Improve Medication Administration Skills of Undergraduate Nursing Students. Nursing Education Perspectives. 36(1):26-29. doi: 10.5480/11-552.1
Fenske, C., Harris, M., Aebersold, M. & Hartman, L. (2013). Perception versus reality: a comparative study of the clinical judgment skills of nurses during a simulated activity. Journal of continuing education in nursing. 44(9):399-405. doi: 10.3928/00220124-20130701-67
Newton, S. E., Harris, M. & Pittiglio, L. (2013). Constructivist philosophy and nursing student medication calculations. Research & Theory for Nursing Practice. 27(2):88-94. doi: http://dx.doi.org.huaryu.kl.oakland.edu/10.1891/1541-65184.108.40.206
Jaquith, B. & Harris, M. & Penprase. (2013). Cardiovascular disease risk in children and adolescents. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 28(3):258-266. doi: 10.1016/j.pedn.2012.11.003
Penprase, B, Harris, M. & Qu, H. (2013). Academic success: Which factors contribute significantly to the pass/fail odds of NCLEX success for students? Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 3(7):1-8. doi: 10.5430/jnep.v3n7p1
Penprase, B. & Harris, M. (2013). Accelerated second degree nursing students: Predictors of graduation and NCLEX-RN first-time pass rates. Nurse Educator. 38(1):26-29. doi: 1.01097/NNE.0b013e318276df16
Harris, M. & Pittiglio, L. (2012). Simulation Clinical Competencies: High Stakes Evaluation of Performance. Abstract accepted for publication in the NLN Technology Conference Proceedings.
Harris, M. (2011). Simulation enhanced pediatric clinical orientation. Journal of Nursing Education. 50(8):461-465. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20110429-05
Pittiglio, L., Harris, M. & Mili, F. (2011) Development and evaluation of a 3-D virtual hospital unit: VI-MED. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 29(5), 267-271. doi: 10.1097/NCN.0bO13e318222ef46
Newton, S., Moore, G., Harris, M. & Pittiglio, L. (2010). The effect of context on nursing student math aptitude. Journal of Professional Nursing, 26(6):341–345.
Newton, S., Harris, M., Moore, G. & Pittiglio, L. (2009). Nursing math aptitude and success on a medication calculation assessment. Nurse Educator, 34(2), 80-83.
Pittiglio, L., & Harris, M. (2012). VI-MED Simulation and Training System. Abstract submitted for presentation at The International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) 3rd Annual Serious Games and Virtual Environment Showcase and Arcade, Orlando, Florida.
Harris, M. & Penprase, B. (2012). Factors in an ASDN Program that Contribute to Success on the RN-NCLEX, Abstract accepted for a Poster Discussion Session at Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) 36th Annual Research Conference, Detroit, MI
Harris, M. & Pittiglio, L. (2012). Medication Error Surveillance of Undergraduate Nursing Students in the Clinical Setting, Abstract accepted for Poster Presentation at Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) 36th Annual Research Conference, Detroit, MI
Newton, S., Harris, M., Pittiglio, L., & Moore, G. (2011). Simulation technology, medication calculation, and theory development. Guaranteed Symposium at Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) 35th Annual Research Conference, Columbus, OH.
Harris, M. & Pittiglio, L. (2010, June). Developing simulation to bolster student competency with medication administration. Poster presented at the Drexel University Nursing Education Institute, Myrtle Beach, SC.
Harris, M., Pittiglio, L., Newton, S., & Moore, G. (2010, May). Medication administration exam: Simulation as a new tool. Poster presented at the Fourth Annual Conference on Teaching and Learning: Student Engagement at Oakland University, Rochester, MI.
Pittiglio, L., Harris, M. & Mili, F. (2009). Design and effectiveness of a 3-D virtual hospital unit: A pilot study. Paper presented at the 40th Biennal Convention, Sigma Theta tau International, Indianapolis, IN.
Harris, M. & Pittiglio, L. (2009). Technology enhanced presentation of diabetes across the lifespan. Paper presented at the Lilly Conference on Teaching and Learning. Traverse City, MI.