Faculty Publications

Maureen Kroning, EdD, RN


Kroning, M. & Northrup, A. (2023). Increase nurse faculty salaries to reduce the nursing shortage. Nursing 53(12), 48-51. DOI: 10.1097/01.NURSE.0000991580.35123.d6

Annunziato, S & Kroning, M. (2022). Addressing Nursing Students’ Emotional & Learning Needs during the Pandemic. Nursing2022, Jan publication.

Kroning, M.. (2021) Reflecting on Two Distinct Leadership Roles during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Nursing202115(7) 43-46.

Hopkins, K, Kroning, M.. & Kobes, Patricia. (2020) Leadership’s Role in Curriculum Revision. Teaching and Learning in Nursing. Submitted RTP 2020.

Kroning, M. (2020). The Need for Effective Leadership Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! 11, 4-5.

Kroning, M. & Annunziato, S. (2020). Collaborative Conversations in Patient Care Nursing20201, 58-60.

Kroning, M. (2020). Showing the Way with Gracious Leadership. Nursing2020, 4, 47-49.

Kroning, M. (2020). A Measles Outbreak requires both Critical Thinking and team work-Nurse Leader, February, 85-87.

Kroning, M., Yezzo, P., Didomenico, L. & Hess, H. (2019). Team work and Rounding Improved Infection rates. Nursing2019, 11, 60-63.

Kroning, M. (2019). Be CIVIL: Committing to zero tolerance for workplace incivility. Nursing Management, 10, 52-54.

Kroning, M., Janowski, K., Chacko, B, & Foran, A. (2019). Patients-The Ultimate Winners of Multidisciplinary Rounding. Nursing Management, 9, 8-10.

Kroning, M., Yezzo, P., Leahy, M. (2019). An Egg Timer in the OR Serves Two Vital Purposes. Nursing2019, 9, 56-57

Kroning, M.., Yezzo, P.,& Foran, A. (2019). The Idea Board: A Best Practice Initiative. Nursing Management, 6, 12-14.

Kroning, M., & Hopkins, K. (2019). Healthcare Organizations Thrive in Shared Governance. Nursing Management, 5, 13-15.

Kroning, M. (2018) Staying Faithful to Your Faith. Journal of Christian Nursing Online, 6, 38-39.

Kroning, M., Sippel, S., & Smith, P. (2018). Cultural considerations for hepatitis B vaccination compliance. Nursing Management, 5, 45-47.

Kroning, M. (2018). Students Perceptions of Spirituality and Spiritual Care. Journal of Christian Nursing, 4, 17-20.

Kroning, M. & Listopad, C. (2018). Gender Confirmation Surgery. Critical Considerations. Nursing 2018 Critica lCare, 2, 32-37.

Kroning, M. (2018) Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Education for Nurses. Nurse Educator, 1, 41.

Kroning, M. (2017). Are We Losing the Calling to Care for Others? Journal of Christian Nursing, 1, 61.

Kroning, M. (2017). 59 Clicks in the EHR: Nursing2017,1-3.

Kroning, M., & Yezzo, P. (2017). Building the Bridge to Spiritual Care. Nursing Management, 6, 32-39.

Kroning, M., Green, J., & Kroning, K. (2017). Dimensions of inclusive care. Nursing Management , 1, 22-26.

Kroning, M. (2017). Inspirational Leaders: The Ideal Mentors. Nursing Management Online, 1-2.

Kroning, M., & Yoon, D. (2017). Student Perspective Improves Spiritual Care Curriculum. Journal of Christian Nursing Online, 53-55.

Kroning, M. & Kroning, K. (2016). Teen Depression and Suicide: A Silent Crisis. Journal of Christian Nursing, 2, 78-86.

Kroning, M. (2016). Lifelong Learning in Nursing. Journal of Christian Nursing, 1, 255.

Kroning, M. (2015). Are you an evolutionary leader? Nursing Management, 8, 13-15.

Kroning, M. (2015). Fostering soft skills is a must for nurse leaders-American. Nurse Today, 2.

Kroning, M. (2014). The domino effect: Staffing for “what is” versus “what if”. Nursing Management, 2, 53-55.

Kroning, M. (2014). The Importance of Integrating Active Learning in Education. Nursing Education in Practice, 12, 448-449.

Kroning, M. (2014). Advanced Directives Education: A Critical Need. Journal of Christian Nursing, 4, 220-225.

Kroning, M. (2013). The Guilt suicide leaves behind: American. Nurse Today, 6, 1-2.

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