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Clare Whitney
Whitney, Clare
PhD, MBE, RN
Assistant Professor

Email: Clare.Whitney@stonybrook.edu
Phone: 631-444-3270
Office: 2-247
Professor Whitney recently joined the Stony Brook University School of Nursing as Assistant Professor where she teaches courses in the doctoral program. As a nurse scientist and bioethicist, her teaching interests are in providing doctoral nursing students with quality methodologic and ethical training to become scholars in their areas of interest. Her program of scholarship is focused on uncovering the moral and ethical dimensions of nursing care, especially in relation to the care of highly stigmatized or underserved communities. She believes that the ability to provide patients with excellent, compassionate, and humanistic care necessitates the understanding of clinicians' ethical and moral considerations in care.  She is particularly interested in qualitative approaches to inquiry and theoretical foundations for nursing science. Professor Whitney completed her undergraduate and graduate training at the University Pennsylvania. Her dissertation research involved exploring the circumstances under which clinicians moralize substance use during pregnancy and lactation. 

Credentials 
Clare Whitney, PhD, MBE, RN

Education
BSN, University of Pennsylvania, 2017
MS, University of Pennsylvania, 2018
MBE, University of Pennsylvania, 2020
PhD in Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, 2020

Clinical Specialties
Clinical Ethics Consultation

Primary Teaching Areas
Qualitative Methods in Nursing Science
Concepts, Theories, and Knowledge Development in Nursing Science
Doctoral Nursing Seminar 
Applications of Clinical Nursing Research

Research and Academic Interests
Bioethics, Substance Use, Reproductive Health, Nurse-Patient Relationship

Research (selected)
Co-Principal Investigator: Virtual Supportive Cancer Care and Research (ViSuCaRe) Study
Principal Investigator: Moralizing Substance Use in Maternal-Child Symbiosis: An Emergent Fit Dimensional Analysis

Publications (selected)				
Whitney, C., Greene, M. Z., & Dudek, A. (2020). Getting it right after getting it wrong: Using the AQUERY tool in conversation with transgender nursing students. Nurse Education Today, 94, 104560-104560.

Herbert, N., Axson, S., Siegel, L., Cassidy, K., Hoyt-Brennan, A. M., Whitney, C., ... & Giordano, N. A. (2020). Leveraging immersive technology to expand access to opioid overdose reversal training in community settings: Results from a randomized controlled equivalence trial. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 214, 108160.

Giordano, N. A., Whitney, C. E., Axson, S. A., Cassidy, K., Rosado, E., & Hoyt-Brennan, A. M. (2020). A pilot study to compare virtual reality to hybrid simulation for opioid-related overdose and naloxone training. Nurse Education Today, 88, 104365.

Presentations (selected)
2020 "Moral Dissonance: When Doing What's 'Right' Goes Wrong" World Congress on Bioethics. Virtual.
2020 "Virtual Reality & Hybrid Simulation: An Innovative Opioid Overdose Intervention" International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare
2019 “The Promise & Process of Dimensional Analysis Method” Qualitative Health Research Conference. Vancouver, BC, CA – International Institute of Qualitative Methodologies.

Major Accomplishments / Honors
2020 Doctoral Leadership Award; Sigma Theta Tau International: XI Chapter
2016-2020 Hillman Scholar in Nursing Innovation; Rita & Alex Hillman Foundation
2017 Undergraduate Leadership Award; Sigma Theta Tau International: Xi Chapter