Megan Doede, MS, RN

Megan DoedeClinical Instructor, FCH
Address: 632
Phone Number: 410-706-6837
Fax Number: 410-706-0253
mdoede@umaryland.edu

Education 

  • Doctoral Candidate, Nursing, University of Maryland School of Nursing, present. 
  • M.S., Community and Public Health Nursing, University of Maryland School of Nursing, 2013.
  • B.S.N. Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, 2000. 
  • B.A. Hood College, 1998

Research

  • Currently conducting dissertation research investigating the impact of single family room layout on neonatal nurses’ work.

Publications

  • Doede, M., Trinkoff, A.M., & Gurses, A.P. (2017). Neonatal intensive care unit layout and nurses' work. Health Environments Research and Design. In press.
  • Doede, M. (2017). Race as a predictor of job satisfaction and turnover in US nurses. The Journal of Nursing Management. 25(3), 207-214
  • Doede, M. (2016). Black jobs matter: Racial inequalities in conditions of employment and subsequent health outcomes. Public Health Nursing. 33(2), 151-158. 
  • Kaufmann, K., Doede, M., Diaz-Abad, M., Schark, S.M., Bell-Farrell, W., Rogers, V.E., & Geiger Brown, J. (2014). Experience of insomnia, symptom attribution and treatment preferences in individuals with moderate to severe COPD: A qualitative study.  Journal of Patient Preference and Adherence. 8, 1699-1704.

Primary Teaching Areas

  • NURS 467 Public Health Nursing Essentials for the Registered Nurse

Academic and Professional Activities

  • Member, Association for Community Health Nurses Educators
  • Member, Southern Nurses Research Society
  • Member, Sigma Theta Tau International, Pi Chapter
  • Contributor, Policy Prescriptions