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Joan Raso, MSN, RN, CHSE

  • Specialist Professor

Department: Nursing

Office: Health Center/Birch Hall 101A

Phone: 732-923-4670

Email: jraso@monmouth.edu


Joan Raso is a nursing specialist professor who also is the coordinator of simulation for the nursing graduate program. She teaches classes in both the undergraduate and graduate programs.

Education

MSN, Seton Hall University, West Orange, NJ

BSN, Hartwick College, Oneota, NY

Publications

Raso, Joan (2019). Review of Community-Based Health Literacy Interventions: Washington, DC, The National Academic Press, 2019 Doody’s Review Service, available http: www.doody.com

Belim, Celia, PhD, & Vaz de Almeida, Cristina (2022), Communication Models and Practices in Interpersonal and Media Contexts. Advances in Human Service in Public Health, IGI Global, 2022.

Raso, Joan (2014), Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, Sept 2014, “Empowering Patient Adherence.”

Raso, Joan (2002), “The Vulnerable Among Among Us: Unspoken Words, A Mothers Perspective.” Written for future publication.

Certifications

  • April 2021 to Present: Certified Health Simulation Educator (#19115)
    • Society for Simulation In Healthcare (SSIH) Simulation Educator
  • February 2021 to Present: ATI Champion
    • Assessment Technologies Institute
  • September, 1980 to Present: Basic Life Support
    • American Heart Association
  • Sept. 1985 to 2023: Basic and Advanced Life Support Instructor and Practitioner
  • 1987 – 1998 Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)
    • National Certification Board for Diabetes

Scholarship

Poster Presentation Monmouth University Scholarship Week “Does Simulation 2019 Work? You Bet It Does!”

Poster Presentation “Interprofessional Simulation in Graduate Speech-Language Training: A Collaboration with Nursing” Accepted, conference 2020

Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSIH) Volunteer Research Reviewer, 2020-present

Monmouth University Lamba Delta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau Treasurer, 2021-present

Co-Author “Clinical Adjunct Guidelines for the Undergraduate Nursing Program”, 2021-present

Presentations/Invited Talks

Speaker, “Care of Girls and Women with Rett Syndrome”; Speech-Language Pathology Department Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ (2019)

Presentation to Monmouth University Board of Trustees on “High-Fidelity Simulation in Nursing Education” (2019)

Presentation, “The Value of Debriefing in Nursing Education” Nursing Professional Education, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ (2019)

Keynote Speaker Laerdal Simulation User Network (SUN Conference) Professional Education, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ

Professional Associations

  • American Association of Diabetes Educators
  • American Association of University Women
  • American Nurses Association
  • Lambda, Delta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau (Treasurer)
  • International Nursing Association of Clinical Simulation Learning
  • National League for Nursing
  • New Jersey Association for Rett Syndrome (Board Member)
  • New Jersey State Nurses Association, Region 6
  • Society for Simulation in Healthcare

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2024 Spring

  • Population Focused Care – NU 400
  • Transition to Professional Practice Clinical – NU 490P

2023 Fall

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518
  • Factors Affecting Healthcare – NU 508
  • Individual Health Assessment Lab – NU 312L
  • Medical Surgical Nursing II – NU 401

2023 Spring

  • Pediatric and Newborn Nursing Clinical – NU 308PP
  • Transition to Professional Practice Clinical – NU 490P

2022 Fall

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518
  • Factors Affecting Healthcare – NU 508
  • Health Policy – NU 440, HE 440

2022 Summer C

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518

2022 Spring

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518
  • Factors Affecting Healthcare – NU 508
  • Transition to Professional Practice Clinical – NU 490P

2021 Fall

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518
  • Factors Affecting Healthcare – NU 508
  • Research Methods in Nursing – NU 355

2021 Summer C

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients – NU 518

2021 Spring

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Education and Motivation of Nursing Clients (NU 518)
  • Factors Affecting Healthcare (NU 508)
  • Health Policy (HE 440, NU 440)
  • Individual Health Assessment Lab (NU 312L)
  • Issues and Trends in Professional Nursing (NU 215, NU 311)
  • Medical Surgical Nursing II (NU 401)
  • Medical Terminology (HE 150)
  • Nutrition and Health (NU 210)
  • Pediatric and Newborn Nursing Clinical (NU 308PP)
  • Population Focused Care (NU 400)
  • Transition to Professional Practice Clinical (NU 490P)
  • Women’s Health (HE 330, NU 330)