College of Nursing
Melinda Hermanns PhD, RN, BC, CNE
Department: College of Nursing
Building: BRB 2125
PhD - The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
MSN - The University of Texas at Tyler
BSN - The University of Texas at Tyler
NURS 3513 - Psychiatric/Mental Health
NURS 6330 - Quantitative Research Design
ALHS 3362 – Behavioral Health
Hermanns, M., Lilly, M., Wilson, K., Russell, N. (2012). Name that neurotransmitter: Using music to teach psychopharmacology concepts. Journal of Nursing Education, 51(9), 517-520. DOI:10.3928/01484834-20120730-01.
Stanley-Hermanns, M., & Mastel-Smith, B. (2012).Caregiving: A concept analysis. The Qualitative Reports, 17(75), 1-18.
Lilly, M., Hermanns, M., & Crawley, B. (2012). Psychiatric nursing emergency: A simulated experience of a wrist-cutting suicide attempt. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, 50(2), 35-42.
Mastel-Smith, B., Stanley-Hermanns, M., & Gosselin, K.(2012).“It’s like we’re grasping at anything.” Caregivers’ education needs and preferred methods of learning. Qualitative Health Research, 22(7), 1007-1012. DOI 10.1177/1049732312443739
Hermanns, M., Deal, B., & Haas, B. (2012). Integrative review of the biopsychosocial and spiritual aspects of Parkinson’s disease. The Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 44(4), 1-12.
Walker, G.C., Klotz, L. Martin, P., Miller, G.K., Missildine, K., Bishop, S., H ermanns, M., et al. (2011).A regional academic partnership for the early identification and retention of at-risk nursing students. Journal of Professional Nursing, 27(6), 38-e13.
Hermanns, M., Lilly, M.L., & Crawley, B. (2011). Using clinical simulation to enhance psychiatric nursing training of baccalaureate students. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 7, e41-e46.
Hermanns, M., & Kilmon, C. (2011). Second Life as a clinical conference environment: student/faculty's process. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 8(1), e1-e4.
Hermanns, M. (2011). Culturally competent care – Parkinson’s disease. Nursing Clinics of North America, 46(2), 171-180.
Hermanns, M., Lilly, M.L., & Crawley, B. (2011). Behind the Door: Simulated crises developed for psychiatric/mental health nursing education. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nursing Association, 17(5), 360-364.
Lilly, M.L., Hermanns, M., Beckstrand, J., Booth, A., & Farlow, M.R. (2011). “Illumination of Shadowing Behavior in Individuals with Alzheimer's Disease: Proximity-Seeking? As Life Becomes the "Strange Situation." The Internet Journal of Neurology, 13(2).
“The Invisible and Visible Stigma in Persons with Parkinson’s Disease” (Podium) Sigma Theta Tau International Biennial Convention Grapevine, Texas
“Enrichment of Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical
Rotations: A Suicide Scenario Simulation” (Poster) 10th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resources Centers Conference
“It’s like we’re grasping at anything.” Caregivers educational needs and preferred methods of learning. Mastel-Smith, B., & Stanley-Hermanns, M.
National Gerontological Nursing Association Annual Conference. Louisville, Kentucky
“Clinical Ethnography: Application to Living with Chronic Conditions” (Podium) The Society for Applied Anthropology 71st Annual Meeting Seattle, Washington
“Culturally Competent Care - Parkinson’s Disease” (Podium)
2010 State of the Science, Congress on Nursing Research
The Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science
“Sailing the Sea in The Eye of the Storm” (Poster)Southern Nurses Research Association Austin, Texas
“A Day in the Life: A Simulated Experience” – The Classroom to Clinical Practice Conundrum: Partnering in Leadership, Research and Technology - UT Health Center in collaboration with UT Tyler and the Iota Nu Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau. April 27, 2012.
“Tell me, and I will forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I will understand.” Confucious, 450 BC