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Lenore K. Resick, PhD, CRNP, FNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN

Professor Emerita
School of Nursing
Nursing

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Phone: 412.848.1267

http://www.duq.edu/nursing/newborn

Education:

PhD, Philosophy, Duquesne University, 2006
PMC, Transcultural/International Nursing, Duquesne University, 2001
MSN, Family Nurse Practitioner, Primary Health Care, University of Pittsburgh, 1988
BSN, Nursing, University of Pittsburgh, 1978
Diploma, Nursing, Presbyterian-University Hospital School of Nursing, 1969
Bio

Dr. Lenore K. Resick, Professor Emerita School of Nursing, received her Diploma from Presbyterian University Hospital School of Nursing, her bachelors and masters degrees in nursing from the University of Pittsburgh, and her post masters certificate in Transcultural Nursing and Doctor of Philosophy Degree from Duquesne University. Dr Resick continues to maintain an active clinical practice as a family nurse practitioner with a focus on environmental health at Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project.

In 1994, Dr. Resick joined the School of Nursing faculty, as the first clinically practicing, nationally board certified FNP faculty member. Her clinical expertise led the development and implementation of the clinical courses in the first Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Program at Duquesne University. When the FNP program moved into an online format, Dr Resick took the lead and developed and implemented the first online clinical courses in the FNP Program at Duquesne University. During her tenure at Duquesne, Dr Resick was appointed the Noble J. Dick Endowed Chair in Community Outreach and served as the Director of the FNP Program and the Executive Director of the Community-Based Health and Wellness Center for Older Adults (Health and Wellness Center). Dr Resick established the RN+WIN (Retired Nurses Working in Neighborhoods) Program which received the Jefferson Public Service Team Award for volunteerism.

Dr. Resick has published and presented on topics related to the community-based wellness model. Her research interests include phenomenology, environmental health, health and wellness, and the meaning of health among vulnerable populations, including African American older adults, Appalachian women, Russian speaking immigrants and Iraqi refugees.

Dr Resick is a Fellow of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and the American Academy of Nursing. She received the Outstanding Service to NONPF (National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty) Award and the Distinguished Nurse Award by the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association (PSNA). Due to her significant contributions to nurse practitioner education, she received the Cameos of Caring Educator Award and was named one of 15 Top Family Nurse Practitioner Nursing Professors according to NursePractionerSchools.com

Research

Research Grants - Last 5 years

Co-Investigator: "The Impact of the Marcellus Shale Gas Extraction Industry on Individual Health and Community Well-being in Rural Pennsylvania."Faculty Development Grant, Duquesne University. PI: Irwin, M., & Resick, L. Grant Award: $10,000. Funding Period: 2013- 2014,

Co-Investigator: "The Impact of the Marcellus Shale Gas Extraction Industry on Individual Health and Community Well-being in Rural Pennsylvania." Dean's Grant Writing Award, College of Liberal Arts, Duquesne University. PI: Irwin, M., & Resick, L. Grant Award: $1,500. Funding Period: 2013- 2014.Principal Investigator: "The Meaning of Health Among Mid-Appalachian Women Within the Context of the Environment." Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Nursing Society, Epsilon Phi Chapter Research Award, PI: Resick, L. & Co-I: Knestrick,J., & Counts, M.Grant Award: $2,000. Funding Period: 2011-2012.

Co-Investigator: "The Meaning of Health Among Iraqi Refugee Women in the United States." Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Nursing Society, Epsilon Phi Chapter Research Award, PI: Salman, K., & CoI: Resick, L. Grant Award: $2,000. Funding Period: 2010-2011.

Principal Investigator: "Retrospective Documentation Analysis" Duquesne University Faculty Development Fund Award, PI: Resick, L. Grant Award: $9,763. Funding Period: 2008-2009.

Program Grants - Last 5 Years

Principal Investigator: "Collaborative Nurse-Managed Wellness Center Project." University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Health Plan, Inc.,PI: Resick, L. Grant Award: $15,785. Funding Period: 2011- 2014.

Principal Investigator: "Health Education Materials for Clients Attending the Nurse-Managed Wellness Center within the CitiParks Senior Centers" City of Pittsburgh/CitiParks SeniorInterest, PI: Resick, L. Grant Award: $1000. Funding Period: 2009 -2010.

Principal Investigator: "Women's Health Week 2008 Program Plan" National Nursing Centers Consortium, PI: Resick, L. Grant Award: $900. Funding Period: 2009-2010.

Principal Investigator: RN+WIN (Retired Nurses Working Neighborhoods) Project" Ryan Memorial Foundation. PI: Resick, L. Grant Award: $150,000. Funding Period: 2007-2009

Scholarship

Referred Presentations - Last 5 years

Resick, L. K., & Knestrick, J. (2013). Health and Natural Gas Drilling What Every NP Needs to Know. American Association of Nurse Practitioners 28th Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada. [poster presentation].

Lucas, D., Bishof, J., Kronk, R., Leonardo, M., Richardson, L., Resick. L., & Donley,
R. (2013). Infuse It! Research, Genetics, Mental Health, Social Justice, National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty Conference, Pittsburgh, PA [podium presentation].

Guimond, M., & Resick, L. (2013). Dusonburgh. National Organization of Nurse
Practitioner Faculty Conference, Pittsburgh, PA [poster presentation].

Resick, L., & Leonardo, M. (2013). Two Travelers on the Omaha System Journey for Education & Research. The Omaha System International Conference, Eagan, MN [podium presentation].

Resick, L. (2012). Nurse-Managed Wellness Centers from a Local to a Global
Perspective. National Nursing Centers Consortium Conference, Philadelphia, PA [podium presentation].

Resick, L., Knestrick, J., & Counts, M. The Meaning of Health Among Mid- Appalachian Women Within the Context of the Environment
• (2012). American Academy of Nurse Practitioners 27th National Conference, Orlando, FL [poster presentation].
• (2012). International Institute for Qualitative Methodology Conference, Montreal, Canada [podium presentation].
• (2012). Boom and Bust Conference, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA [podium presentation].

Resick, L., & Knestrick, J. (2012). Update on Environmental Health and the APN.
National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, 38th Annual Meeting,
Charleston, SC, [poster presentation].

Resick, L., & Knestrick, J. (2011). Forces Driving Distance Education: Reflections
from Updating the Guidelines for Distance Learning in Nurse Practitioner
Education Manual. National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties,
37th Annual Meeting Albuquerque, NM, [poster presentation].

Salman, K., & Resick, L. The Meaning of Health Among Iraqi Women within the Context of Resettlement.
• (2011). International Institute for Qualitative Methodology Conference, Vancouver, Canada [podium presentation].
• (2011). Rita M. McGinley Symposium, The Face of the Immigrant, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA [podium presentation].

Resick, L. (2011). The Meaning of Health Among Mid-Life Russian Speaking Women in
the United States. Rita M. McGinley Symposium, The Face of the Immigrant,
Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA [podium presentation

Leonardo, M., & Resick, L. (2011). Challenges of Outcomes Measurements.
The National Nursing Center Consortium 9th Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX [podium presentation].

Resick, L., & Leonardo, M. (2010). The Duquesne University School of Nursing
Nurse-Managed Wellness Center Model: A Social Justice Perspective. First Annual Rita M. McGinley Symposium: The Face of the Elderly. Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA [podium presentation].

Refereed Publications - Last 5 years

Leffers, J. M., Smith, C. M., McDermott-Levy, R., Resick, L. K., Hanson, M. J., Jordan, L. C., Jackman-Murphy, K. P., Sattler, B., & Huffling, K. Developing Curricular Recommendations for Environmental Health Nursing, Nurse Educator, 00(0), 2015, pp. 00-00. DOI:10.1097/NNE.0000000000000133. (www.nurseeducatoronline.com)

Resick, L. K., Miller, M. E., & Leonardo, M. E. (2015). Overview of Nurse-Managed Wellness Centers and Wellness Programs Integrated Into Nurse-Managed Primary Care Clinics. In T. Hansen-Turton, S. Sherman, & E. S. King (Eds.). Nurse-Led Health Clinics: Operations, Policy, & Opportunities (pp. 179 -204). New York: Springer Publishing Co.

Lockhart, J.S., & Resick, L. K. (2015). The value of dialogue when planning and conducting phenomenological research: Reflections of a dissertation chair and doctoral student. In M. de Chesnay (Ed.) Nursing Research Using Phenomenology: Qualitative Designs and Methods in Nursing (pp. 131-144). New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Salman, K. F., Resick, L. R. (2014). The description of health among Iraqi refugee women in the United States. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. DOI 10.1007/s10903-014-0035-6. (Published online: 17 May 2014)

Resick, L. K., Knestrick, J. M, Counts, M., & Pizzuto, L. K (2013). The meaning of
health among mid-Appalachian women within the context of the environment. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 3(3)290-296. DOI 10.1007/s13412-013-0119-y.

Kiel, J., & Resick, L. K. (2013). Developing a virtual nurses' station for
community-based nurses. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 30(1), 42-8. [ISSN: 0737-0016].

Resick, L., Leonardo, M. E., McGinnis, K., Stewart, J., Goss, C. & Ellison, T. (2011).
A retrospective data analysis of two academic nurse-managed wellness center sites, Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 37(6), 43-52. doi: 10.3928/00989134-20110302-02.

NONPF, Program Directors Special Interest Group. (2011). Leading Quality NP
Programs: A Guide for Program Directors. (N. M. George, J. Kapustin, A. Thomas & C. Savrin, Eds.). Module V: Curricular issues and distance learning. Contributors George, N.M., McInnis, L. A. Dieter, C., & Resick, L. Washington, D.C.: National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (pp. 33 - 47).

NONPF, Special Interest Group, Distance Learning. (2011). Guidelines for Distance
Education and Enhanced Technologies in Nurse Practitioner Education, Second Edition. ( J. Knestrick, L. Resick, & D. Wink, Eds.) Washington, D.C.: National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties. (Contributing author to several sections of publication).

Mayernik, D., Resick, L.K., Skomo, M. L., & Mandock, K. (2010). Parish
nurse-initiated interdisciplinary mobile health care delivery project. Journal of Obstetrical, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing, 39(2), 227-234.

Nickerson, C., & Resick, L. K. (2010). Comparing student role perceptions: Traditional to community-based curriculum. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 7 (1), Article 35. doi: 10.2202/1548-923X.2018
Available at: http://www.bepress.com/ijnes/vol7/iss1/art35

Book Chapters/Sections in Books/Monographs

King, E., & Resick, L. K, (2009). What is a nurse-managed wellness center? In T. Hansen-Turton, M. E. T. Miller, & P. A. Greiner (Eds.) Nurse-Managed Wellness Centers: Developing and Maintaining Your Center (pp. 7-11). New York: Springer.

Resick, L. K., & Leonardo, M. E. (2009). Application of the Boyer Model of scholarship in nurse-managed wellness centers. In T. Hansen-Turton, M. E. T. Miller, & P. A. Greiner (Eds) Nurse-Managed Wellness Centers: Developing and Maintaining Your Center (pp. 13-18). New York: Springer.

Leonardo, M. E., Resick, L. K., Torrisi, D., Hansen-Turton, T., & Dienhardt, A. (2009). Planning a wellness center. In T. Hansen-Turton, M. E. T. Miller, & P. A. Greiner (Eds.) Nurse-Managed Wellness Centers: Developing and Maintaining Your Center (pp. 29-38). New York: Springer.

Resick, L. K., Hayes, E., Leonardo, M. E., & Plowfield, L. (2009). Documenting Outcomes. In T. Hansen-Turton, M. E. T. Miller, & P. A. Greiner (Eds.) Nurse-Managed Wellness Centers: Developing and Maintaining Your Center (pp. 113-118). New York: Springer.

Non-Refereed Publications

Resick, L. (2011). Collateral Damage: A Chronical of Live Devastated by Gas and Oil Development..by Tara Meixsell, 2010. Reading Green Book Reviews. Nurses for a Green Keystone, 3(3), p. 4. Retrieved from www.panurses.org.

Honors/Awards

2014 Inducted into the Fellows of American Academy of Nursing (FAAN).

2014 Named one of 15 Top Family Nurse Practitioner Nursing Professors according to NursePractionerSchools.com due to significant contributions to nurse practitioner education.

2013 The Retired Nurses Working in Neighborhood Program -Received Team Jefferson Award

2011 Outstanding Service to NONPF [National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty] Award, National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, nominated by peers.

2010 Appointed DU The Noble J. Dick Endowed Chair in Community Outreach- A rotating five year endowed chair appointment.

2009 Cameos of Caring Educator Award

2009 Inducted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (FAANP) [over 158,000 nurses are nurse practitioners, only 250 hold distinction of the title of Fellow, June 24, 2009, FAANP meeting].

2007 Distinguished Nurse Award, Pennsylvania State Nurses Association Award, In recognition of outstanding contributions to the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association members and friends of nursing.

2007 Richard A. Caliguiri Community Action Award, District #6 Pennsylvania State Nurses Association. In recognition of community practice and international work.
2006 Eugene P. Beard Award for Leadership in Ethics, Duquesne University.

2003 Rita Carty Award Faculty Award - Duquesne University School of Nursing Intramural Award.

2001 Certificate of Appreciation, Distinguished Service, 27th Annual Transcultural Nursing Conference, Transcultural Nursing Society, Inc.