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Janet Urbanowicz, Ph.D.

Adjunct


Department
Nursing
Office
Graduate Center 200
Phone
732-571-3633
Email
jurbanow@monmouth.edu

Janet Urbanowicz, Ph.D.

Nursing Administrator since 1994 in various departments at all levels

Magnet Appraiser since 2003

Professional Boat Captain, Masters 50 ton

Education

Ph.D., Walden University

MSN, Central Michigan University

BSN, Thomas Edison State College

Publications

Scholarly Articles

The Hybrid Suite-Sweet” Journal of Radiology Nursing , June 2011

“Hybrid OR; Is it in your Future?” Nursing Management , May 2010

“NJHA Collaborative focuses on Sepsis Care” American College of Emergency Physicians newsletter, Quick Scan , August 2008

“Gender and Hierarchy as Factors of Leadership Practices and the use of Email” Walden University Dissertation 2004, UMI Publishing.

“An Evaluation of an Acuity System as it Applies to a Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory” The Journal of Nursing Informatics , May/June 1999.

“Are Creatinine Levels Really Necessary?” American Radiology Nurses Association Journal, Images , May 1998.

Presentations/Invited Talks

‘Why Can’t People Be More Like Me? An introduction to the usefulness of understanding temperament’ – Nursing Grand Rounds, Monmouth Medical Center, September 2016

‘Legacy Barnabas Health Nurse Succession Leadership Training: An opportunity to become a nurse leader for our future’- New Jersey Council of Magnet Organizations Inc., The Future of Nursing Program, May 2016

‘Critical Thinking and its Application to Research’ – Presented at the Barnabas Health Nursing Research Symposium- November 2015

‘Critical Thinking in the Perioperative Setting’ – Presented at the Barnabas Health Perioperative Symposium- November 2015

‘Why Can’t People Be More Like Me? An introduction to the usefulness of understanding temperament’ – Presented to the Felician Senior Nursing Residents – August 2015

“Building the Case for Engaging in Transition:”

  • Presentation as part of the MMC Patient Care Services Strategic Planning Day – 2013
  • Presentation to Felician College BSN Residency students – Spring 2014

Professional Associations

New Jersey State Nurses Association (NJSNA# 01027085)

American Nurses Association

New Jersey Organization of Nurse Executives (NJONE)

Courses

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients (NU 518)
  • Health Care Economics and Financial Management (NU 718)
  • Interprofessional Collaboration and Team Facilitation (NU 705)
  • Leadership Immersion I (NU 706, NU 731)
  • Organizational Leadership in Healthcare (NU 715)
  • Translating Evidence to Clinical Practice (NU 701)

Recently Taught Classes

2021 Fall

  • Health Care Economics and Financial Management - NU 718

2021 Spring

  • Health Care Economics and Financial Management - NU 718
  • Interprofessional Collaboration and Team Facilitation - NU 705
  • Leadership Immersion I - NU 706
  • Leadership Immersion I - NU 731

2020 Fall

  • Health Care Economics and Financial Management - NU 718
  • Leadership Immersion I - NU 731
  • Organizational Leadership in Healthcare - NU 715

2020 Summer C

  • Interprofessional Collaboration and Team Facilitation - NU 705
  • Leadership Immersion I - NU 706

2020 Spring

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients - NU 518
  • Interprofessional Collaboration and Team Facilitation - NU 705
  • Leadership Immersion I - NU 706
  • Leadership Immersion I - NU 731
  • Leadership Immersion II - NU 733

2019 Fall

  • Health Care Economics and Financial Management - NU 718
  • Translating Evidence to Clinical Practice - NU 701

2019 Spring

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients - NU 518
  • Interprofessional Collaboration and Team Facilitation - NU 705
  • Leadership Immersion I - NU 706
  • Organizational Leadership in Healthcare - NU 715