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Dr. Stacey Frawley
Frawley, Stacey
EdD, APRN-BC, ANP
Clinical Assistant Professor
Graduate Studies/Nursing Organization and Leadership

Email: stacey.frawley@stonybrook.edu
Phone: 631-444-3513
Office: 2-213C
Stacey Marie Frawley, EdD, RN, is Clinical Assistant Professor of the Stony Brook School of Nursing Department of Graduate Studies in Nursing Organization and Leadership. Dr. Frawley completed a Doctor of Education at Hofstra University, a Master of Science at Stony Brook University, and a Bachelor of Science at Stony Brook University. The doctoral area of research in the Learning and Teaching Department at Hofstra, involved hand-off communication among healthcare disciplines. Research focused on improving patient safety with analysis of accuracy of handoff communication between inter-professional and intra-professional groups in a simulated environment. Using a standardized tool, the findings supported the use of inter-professional simulated education (IPSE) pedagogy in undergraduate nursing education to improve handoff communication. Scholarly interests include inter-professional simulation with an emphasis on patient safety. She has presented regionally and nationally on this topic, as well as on shaping pedagogy to support client-focused care. 
Faculty appointments have included Program Director of onsite accelerated and basic baccalaureate nursing programs and Chair, department of graduate studies in nursing leadership and organization. Clinically, her nursing background includes medical-surgical, telemetry, and extensive work in the intensive care setting, specifically in the care and well-being of cardiothoracic surgical adults.  Currently she practices in the setting of hospice as an Adult Nurse Practitioner with a shift in focus toward holistic nursing, encompassing western and eastern philosophies. 

Credentials
Stacey M. Frawley EdD, APRN-BC, ANP

Education
EdD, Hofstra University, 2016
MS, Nursing, Stony Brook University, 2011
BS, Nursing, Stony Brook University, 1997
BA, Psychology, Stony Brook University 1995

Clinical Specialties
Adult Health Nursing; Hospice/Holistic

Primary Teaching Areas
Curriculum Design, Implementation, and Evaluation
Facilitating Adult Learning
Introduction to Research
Transitions into Professional Practice
Professional Role Development 

Research and Academic Interests
Interprofessional Simulation, Effective Communication, Team-Based and Collaborative Learning, Holistic Care, Energy Healing

Research (selected)
Project Coordinator. Health Resources and Services Administration. Veterans to Bachelor of Science in Nursing. $ 1,300,000 over 4 years. 2013-2017

Co-Investigator. Northeastern Group on Educational Affairs.  Development and Implementation of an Interprofessional Patient Safety and Quality Care Curriculum in LEARN (I-PaSQual) $5,000 over 1 year, 2015

Co-Investigator. Academy of Clinical and Educational Scholars. Using a team-based, interprofessional simulation model to teach key principles of patient safety and prevention of medical errors. $5,000 over 1 year, June 2015.
	 
Co-Investigator. Team-Based Learning Collaborative. A Hybrid Approach: Effectiveness of an Interprofessional Patient Safety/Quality Care Team-Based Learning Simulation Experience on the Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of In-Training Healthcare Professionals​. $3,900 over 1 year. May, 2015.

Publications
Gambino, K, Frawley, S., Lu, Wei-Hsin Working Together: Addressing Cultural Diversity, Patient Safety, and Quality Care Through an Interprofessional Health Care Course; Nursing Education Perspectives 2018

Goolsarran, N, Hamo C, Lane S, Frawley S, Lu, W  Effectiveness of an Interprofessional Patient Safety Team-Based Learning Simulation Experience on Healthcare Professional Trainees BMC Medical Education Journal 2018

Frawley, S. MSN RN  Shaping Nursing Pedagogy to Support Client-Focused Care for the Practitioners of Tomorrow; Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-Repository: March 29, 2016

Lu, W., Goolsarran, N., Hamo, C., Frawley, S., Rowe, C., Lane, S..  Minimizing Harm: Using an Interprofessional, Team-Based Learning Simulation Model to Teach Patient Safety; MedEdPORTAL Publications: 2016


Presentations (selected)
Frawley, S. The Effect of Interprofessional Simulation on Communication Among Pre-Licensure Baccalaureate Nursing Students. Stony Brook Research and Scholarship Symposium: The Power of Collaboration. May 11, 2018. Stony Brook, NY.

Frawley S., Gambino K. Working Together: Interprofessional Conversations on Cultural Diversity, Patient Safety, and Quality Care. NLN NY League of Nursing Conference. November 10-11, 2017. Farmingdale, NY. 

Frawley, S. Enhancing Patient-Centered Care: An Interdisciplinary Simulation Approach with a Focus on Communication and Patient Safety. 8th Annual Nursing Research & Evidence-Based Practice Symposium. Sigma Theta Tau International, Kappa Tau Chapter. November 11, 2016. Colchester, VT.

Frawley, S. Shaping Nursing Pedagogy to Support Client-Focused Care for the Practitioners of Tomorrow. Nursing Education Research Conference. National League for Nursing & Sigma Theta Tau International. April 7-9, 2016. Washington, DC. 

Goolsarran, N., Hamo, C., Frawley, S. Minimizing Harm, A Novel Approach to Teaching Safety Using a Team Based, Inter-professional Simulation Model in Residency Training (ID #: 2425398). Workshop presentation: 2016 Mid-Atlantic Society of General Internal Medicine Regional Meeting. April 1, 2016. Hempstead, NY. 

Frawley, S. Collaborative Relationships: A Hybrid Approach: Effectiveness of an Interprofessional Patient Safety/Quality Care Team-Based Learning Simulation Experience on the Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of In-Training Healthcare Professionals. Baccalaureate Education Conference. American Association of Colleges of Nursing. November 19–21, 2015. Orlando, FL.

Frawley, S., LaSala, M. Constructing a Paradigm for Success. Baccalaureate Education Conference. American Association of Colleges of Nursing. November 19–21, 2015. Orlando, FL.  

Frawley, S. Minimizing Harm: A Novel Approach to Teaching Safety Using a Team Based, Inter-professional Simulation Model. 7th Annual Nursing Research & Evidence-Based Practice Symposium. Sigma Theta Tau International, Kappa Tau Chapter. November 4-6, 2015. Burlington, VT.


Major Accomplishments/Honors
Nomination for the 2017 ICCH/HARC Oral Abstract Award (one of 10 Best Oral Abstracts). International Conference on Communication in Healthcare (ICCH) and Health Literacy Annual Research Conference (HARC) 2017
Chair, Department of Graduate Studies/Nursing Organization and Leadership (2016-2017)
Program Director, Accelerated and Basic Baccalaureate Nursing Programs (2014-2016)
Teaching and Learning Award Scholarship (2012-2014)
Sigma Theta Tau: Kappa Gamma Chapter, Stony Brook University (2011-present)