Gail Keenan

Gail Keenan, PhD, RN, FAAN

R. Murray And Annabel Davis Jenks Endowed Professor & Chair

Department: Family, Community and Health Systems Science
Business Phone: (352) 273-6352
Business Email: gkeenan@ufl.edu

About Gail Keenan

Gail Keenan was named the R. Murray and Annabel Davis Jenks Endowed Professor for Teaching and Research in Clinical Nursing Excellence in September 2014, and then named Chair of the Department of Family, Community and Health System Science in January 2018. Keenan is an international leader in nursing informatics whose work has helped improve electronic communications among health care teams. Keenan’s research program focuses on continuously refining a “big picture” standardized clinical data set to provide a summary of patient care, support day-to-day communication between members of the care team and universalize electronic health records. As a recipient of more than $7.5 million in research funding, Keenan has focused her research on creating and implementing useful electronic health records. Specifically, her research team has built and refined an electronic plan of care method — HANDS — designed to improve the consistency of documentation and handoff communication.

Keenan holds key policy-related leadership roles. She serves as chair of the clinical information systems work group and is co-chair of the nursing work group policy task force for the American Medical Informatics Association. She is also a member and past chair of the American Nurses Association Committee on Nursing Practice Information Infrastructure. Keenan also serves as president and CEO of Healthteam IQ, a plan of care software product and training module that can be used alone or as a component of any electronic health record. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing.

RESEARCH

Continuously refining and expanding a simple universal automated method for collecting a “Big Picture” standardized clinical data set (HANDS) for the multiple purposes of:

– Providing a current and historical summary of care wherever the patient presents that is always in the same format and utilizes standardized terminologies – Supporting day to day communication and handoffs (SHARER) of members of the patient’s care team within and across settings – Connecting universally to all EHRs – Generating standardized data for use in evaluating care, identifying and disseminating best practices, and benchmarking across systems

Building and continuously improving methods of analyzing standardized data captured in HANDS and translating this into meaningful and immediately useful decision support at the point of care.

Demonstrating the impact of the HANDS “Big Picture” method on reducing the cost of care for chronically ill patients (sickle cell, cardiac, eol and others)

Demonstrating the value of HANDS data in identifying nurse training and competency needs as well as providing rationale for appropriate staffing

Enabling wide scale diffusion of HANDS into education/practice

She is currently involved in the following research activities:

Dr. Keenan’s research focuses on developing and refining a feasible automated methodology for collecting a standardized clinical data set for the purpose of improving the planning, delivery, cost and health outcomes of nursing care across the continuum. She is currently involved in the following research activities:

HANDS Research Project

Refinement of a web based software and method for nurses to document their patient care in the electronic health record and communicate with other members of the interdisciplinary team. The Hands-on Automated Nursing Data System (HANDS) is a standardized plan of care method in which the patient’s plan is updated at every nurse hand-off allowing the interdisciplinary team to track the story about care and progress toward desired outcomes in a standardized format across time and units. The HANDS Method includes a standardized interface, database, rules of data entry and rules for use of the plan in hand-offs and in interdisciplinary communication. The HANDS related research and researchers have been nominated and received numerous awards. The research agenda is currently funded by NINR for a 4 year R01 focused on thoroughly evaluating HANDS standardized data (through datamining and statistical analyses) and generating best practices and benchmarks for EOL hospitalized patients. Also the research grant is funding the immediate translation of findings into useful and meaningful decision support at the point of care.

Accomplishments

Fellow
2013 · American Academy of Nursing
Inaugural Founders Award for exemplary leadership and service to the organization
2012 · North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA)
Best of Award: "Evaluating home health care nursing outcomes with OASIS and NOC"
2009 · Journal of Nursing Scholarship Health Policy and Systems
Sharon Coleman Memorial Scholarship Award “Most Influential to the Field” Top Peer- Reviewed Paper/Presentation
2006 · Summer Institute for Nursing Informatics, University of Maryland
Harriet Werley Best Nursing Paper Award
2005 · American Medical Informatics Association
Semifinalist
2005 · Robert Wood Johnson Nurse Executive Fellows Program
Informatics Research Award (Inaugural)
2004 · Midwest Nursing Research Society
Annual Healthcare IT Innovator Award
2003 · HealthCare Informatics
Competitive tuition waiver support for doctoral program
1987-1994 · UIC School of Public Health Department of Health Resources Management

Board Certifications

  • Registered Nurse
    State of Illinois

Research Profile

Dr. Keenan’s innovative research focuses on capturing standardized nursing and clinical data for improving the planning, delivery, cost and health outcomes of nursing care across the continuum. She has developed HANDS, the “Hands-on Automated Nursing Data System”, that provides rich data that represents nursing care provision, measures care impact and supports care planning over time.

Dr. Keenan’s research priorities include:

1. Continuously refining and expanding a simple universal automated method for collecting a “Big Picture” standardized clinical data set (HANDS) for the multiple purposes of:

— Providing a current and historical summary of care wherever the patient presents that is always in the same format and utilizes standardized terminologies

— Supporting day to day communication and handoffs (SHARER) of members of the patient’s care team within and across settings

— Connecting universally to all EHRs

— Generating standardized data for use in evaluating care, identifying and disseminating best practices, and benchmarking across systems

2. Building and continuously improving methods of analyzing standardized data captured in HANDS and translating this into meaningful and immediately useful decision support at the point of care.

3. Demonstrating the impact of the HANDS “Big Picture” method on reducing the cost of care for chronically ill patients (sickle cell, cardiac, eol and others)

4. Demonstrating the value of HANDS data in identifying nurse training and competency needs as well as providing rationale for appropriate staffing

5. Enabling wide scale diffusion of HANDS into education/practice

She is currently involved in the following research activities:

Dr. Keenan’s research focuses on developing and refining a feasible automated methodology for collecting a standardized clinical data set for the purpose of improving the planning, delivery, cost and health outcomes of nursing care across the continuum. She is currently involved in the following research activities:

HANDS Research Project Refinement of a web based software and method for nurses to document their patient care in the electronic health record and communicate with other members of the interdisciplinary team. The Hands-on Automated Nursing Data System (HANDS) is a standardized plan of care method in which the patient’s plan is updated at every nurse hand-off allowing the interdisciplinary team to track the story about care and progress toward desired outcomes in a standardized format across time and units. The HANDS Method includes a standardized interface, database, rules of data entry and rules for use of the plan in hand-offs and in interdisciplinary communication.

The HANDS related research and researchers have been nominated and received numerous awards. The research agenda is currently funded by NINR for a 4 year R01 focused on thoroughly evaluating HANDS standardized data (through datamining and statistical analyses) and generating best practices and benchmarks for EOL hospitalized patients. Also the research grant is funding the immediate translation of findings into useful and meaningful decision support at the point of care.

Publications

2021
A Key to Transforming a Nursing Curriculum: Integrating a Continuous Improvement Simulation Expansion Strategy.
SAGE open nursing. 7 [DOI] 10.1177/2377960821998524. [PMID] 33718606.
2021
Description of a training protocol to improve research reproducibility for dignity therapy: an interview-based intervention.
Palliative & supportive care. 1-11 [DOI] 10.1017/S1478951521000614. [PMID] 34036932.
2021
Feasibility of the Web-Based Intervention Designed to Educate and Improve Adherence Through Learning to Use Continuous Glucose Monitor (IDEAL CGM) Training and Follow-Up Support Intervention: Randomized Controlled Pilot Study.
JMIR diabetes. 6(1) [DOI] 10.2196/15410. [PMID] 33560234.
2021
Nutrition Support Therapies on the Medication Administration Record: Impacts on Staff Perception of Nutrition Care.
Nutrition in clinical practice : official publication of the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. 36(3):629-638 [DOI] 10.1002/ncp.10590. [PMID] 33095472.
2021
Use of machine learning to transform complex standardized nursing care plan data into meaningful research variables: a palliative care exemplar.
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA. [DOI] 10.1093/jamia/ocab205. [PMID] 34569603.
2020
Nursing Care for Hospitalized Older Adults With and Without Cognitive Impairment.
Nursing research. 69(2):116-126 [DOI] 10.1097/NNR.0000000000000402. [PMID] 31972847.
2020
Towards implementing SNOMED CT in nursing practice: A scoping review.
International journal of medical informatics. 134 [DOI] 10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2019.104035. [PMID] 31862610.
2019
An examination of the coverage of the SNOMED CT coded nursing problem list subset.
JAMIA open. 2(3):386-391 [DOI] 10.1093/jamiaopen/ooz023. [PMID] 31984371.
2019
Demographics, Psychological Distress, and Pain From Pressure Injury.
Nursing research. 68(5):339-347 [DOI] 10.1097/NNR.0000000000000357. [PMID] 30829837.
2019
Human Factors Associated with Continuous Glucose Monitor Use in Patients with Diabetes: A Systematic Review.
Diabetes technology & therapeutics. 21(10):589-601 [DOI] 10.1089/dia.2019.0136. [PMID] 31335196.
2019
Secondary use of standardized nursing care data for advancing nursing science and practice: a systematic review.
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA. 26(11):1401-1411 [DOI] 10.1093/jamia/ocz086. [PMID] 31188439.
2019
The role of psychological distress in the relationship between the severity of pressure injury and pain intensity in hospitalized adults.
Journal of advanced nursing. 75(6):1219-1228 [DOI] 10.1111/jan.13913. [PMID] 30456856.
2018
A Shovel-Ready Solution to Fill the Nursing Data Gap in the Interdisciplinary Clinical Picture.
International journal of nursing knowledge. 29(1):49-58 [DOI] 10.1111/2047-3095.12168. [PMID] 28093877.
2018
Acceptability of Clinical Decision Support Interface Prototypes for a Nursing Electronic Health Record to Facilitate Supportive Care Outcomes.
International journal of nursing knowledge. 29(4):242-252 [DOI] 10.1111/2047-3095.12178. [PMID] 28926204.
2018
Continuity Index Measures in the Acute Care Hospital Setting: An Analytic Review and Tests Using Electronic Health Record Data and Computer Simulation.
Journal of nursing measurement. 26(1):20-35 [DOI] 10.1891/1061-3749.26.1.20. [PMID] 29724276.
2018
Developing and Testing of a Software Prototype to Support Diagnostic Reasoning of Nursing Students.
International journal of nursing knowledge. 29(2):124-132 [DOI] 10.1111/2047-3095.12145. [PMID] 27321209.
2018
Nursing students’ diagnostic accuracy using a computer-based clinical scenario simulation.
Nurse education today. 71:240-246 [DOI] 10.1016/j.nedt.2018.10.001. [PMID] 30340106.
2018
Physician nurse care: A new use of UMLS to measure professional contribution: Are we talking about the same patient a new graph matching algorithm?
International journal of medical informatics. 113:63-71 [DOI] 10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2018.02.002. [PMID] 29602435.
2018
Response To: Letter to The Editor – Comments on The Use of LOINC and SNOMED CT for Representing Nursing Data.
International journal of nursing knowledge. 29(2):86-88 [DOI] 10.1111/2047-3095.12182. [PMID] 28856824.
2018
Strengthen federal and local policies to advance precision health implementation and nurses’ impact on healthcare quality and safety.
Nursing outlook. 66(4):401-406 [DOI] 10.1016/j.outlook.2018.06.001. [PMID] 30031545.
2018
The Use of Simulation to Teach Nursing Students and Clinicians Palliative Care and End-of-Life Communication: A Systematic Review.
The American journal of hospice & palliative care. 35(8):1140-1154 [DOI] 10.1177/1049909118761386. [PMID] 29514480.
2017
Big data science: A literature review of nursing research exemplars.
Nursing outlook. 65(5):549-561 [DOI] 10.1016/j.outlook.2016.11.021. [PMID] 28057335.
2017
Evidence of Progress in Making Nursing Practice Visible Using Standardized Nursing Data: a Systematic Review.
AMIA … Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA Symposium. 2017:1205-1214 [PMID] 29854189.
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2017
Framework for Mining and Analysis of Standardized Nursing Care Plan Data.
Western journal of nursing research. 39(1):20-41 [DOI] 10.1177/0193945916672828. [PMID] 27756852.
2017
Outcomes for End-of-Life Patients with Anticipatory Grieving: Insights from Practice with Standardized Nursing Terminologies within an Interoperable Internet-based Electronic Health Record.
Journal of hospice and palliative nursing : JHPN : the official journal of the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association. 19(3):223-231 [DOI] 10.1097/NJH.0000000000000333. [PMID] 28943805.
2017
Predicting Hospital Re-admissions from Nursing Care Data of Hospitalized Patients.
Advances in data mining. Industrial Conference on Data Mining. 2017:181-193 [DOI] 10.1007/978-3-319-62701-4_14. [PMID] 29104962.
2017
Toward a More Robust and Efficient Usability Testing Method of Clinical Decision Support for Nurses Derived From Nursing Electronic Health Record Data.
International journal of nursing knowledge. 28(4):211-218 [DOI] 10.1111/2047-3095.12146. [PMID] 27337939.
2017
Toward Meaningful Care Plan Clinical Decision Support: Feasibility and Effects of a Simulated Pilot Study.
Nursing research. 66(5):388-398 [DOI] 10.1097/NNR.0000000000000234. [PMID] 28858147.
2016
Nurses’ Numeracy and Graphical Literacy: Informing Studies of Clinical Decision Support Interfaces.
Journal of nursing care quality. 31(2):124-30 [DOI] 10.1097/NCQ.0000000000000149. [PMID] 26323050.
2015
Are we talking about the same patient?
Studies in health technology and informatics. 216 [PMID] 26262358.
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2015
Defining the key clinical indicators for ineffective breathing pattern in paediatric patients: a meta-analysis of accuracy studies.
Journal of clinical nursing. 24(13-14):1773-83 [DOI] 10.1111/jocn.12815. [PMID] 25808159.
2015
Infomarkers for transition to goals consistent with palliative care in dying patients.
Palliative & supportive care. 13(5):1427-34 [DOI] 10.1017/S1478951515000103. [PMID] 25711431.
2015
Making nursing practice visible: At the brink of fulfilling the DREAM.
On-line journal of nursing informatics. 19(3) [PMID] 27453684.
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2015
Nurse Continuity and Hospital-Acquired Pressure Ulcers: A Comparative Analysis Using an Electronic Health Record “Big Data” Set.
Nursing research. 64(5):361-71 [DOI] 10.1097/NNR.0000000000000112. [PMID] 26325278.
2015
Predictive Modeling for Comfortable Death Outcome Using Electronic Health Records.
Proceedings. IEEE International Congress on Big Data. 2015:409-415 [PMID] 27500278.
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2015
Proposing a New Conceptual Model and an Exemplar Measure Using Health Information: Technology to Examine the Impact of Relational Nurse Continuity on Hospital-Acquired Pressure Ulcers.
ANS. Advances in nursing science. 38(3):241-51 [DOI] 10.1097/ANS.0000000000000081. [PMID] 26244480.
2015
Use of Simulation to Study Nurses’ Acceptance and Nonacceptance of Clinical Decision Support Suggestions.
Computers, informatics, nursing : CIN. 33(10):465-72 [DOI] 10.1097/CIN.0000000000000185. [PMID] 26361268.
2015
Validation of the Quality of Diagnoses, Interventions, and Outcomes (Q-DIO) instrument for use in Brazil and the United States.
International journal of nursing knowledge. 26(1):19-25 [DOI] 10.1111/2047-3095.12030. [PMID] 24674040.
2014
Big Data in Health Care: An Urgent Mandate to CHANGE Nursing EHRs!
On-line journal of nursing informatics. 18(1) [PMID] 26504370.
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2014
Critical Conversations about Optimal Design Column: Thorough Error Testing a Requirement for Strong EHR Usability.
On-line journal of nursing informatics. 18(3) [PMID] 27453683.
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2014
Death anxiety in hospitalized end-of-life patients as captured from a structured electronic health record: differences by patient and nurse characteristics.
Research in gerontological nursing. 7(5):224-34 [DOI] 10.3928/19404921-20140818-01. [PMID] 25157534.
2014
Evaluating a Clinical Decision Support Interface for End-of-Life Nurse Care.
Extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems. CHI Conference. 2014:1633-1638 [PMID] 27453959.
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2014
Evidence for the existing American Nurses Association-recognized standardized nursing terminologies: a systematic review.
International journal of nursing studies. 51(8):1160-70 [DOI] 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2013.12.004. [PMID] 24412062.
2014
Health data use, stewardship, and governance: ongoing gaps and challenges: a report from AMIA’s 2012 Health Policy Meeting.
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA. 21(2):204-11 [DOI] 10.1136/amiajnl-2013-002117. [PMID] 24169275.
2014
Integration of NNN into EHRS: how are we doing?: IJNK virtual issue.
International journal of nursing knowledge. 25(2):68-9 [DOI] 10.1111/2047-3095.12039. [PMID] 24828765.
2013
A Component-Based Evaluation Protocol for Clinical Decision Support Interfaces.
Design, user experience, and usability : design philosophy, methods, and tools : second international Conference, DUXU 2013, held as part of HCI International 2013, Las Vegas, NV, USA, July 21-26, 2013, Proceedings. Part I. DUXU (Confer…. 8012:232-241 [PMID] 27478882.
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2013
Challenges and solutions for using informatics in research.
Western journal of nursing research. 35(6):722-41 [DOI] 10.1177/0193945913477245. [PMID] 23475591.
2013
Challenges to nurses’ efforts of retrieving, documenting, and communicating patient care information.
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA. 20(2):245-51 [DOI] 10.1136/amiajnl-2012-000894. [PMID] 22822042.
2013
Current state of pain care for hospitalized patients at end of life.
The American journal of hospice & palliative care. 30(2):128-36 [DOI] 10.1177/1049909112444458. [PMID] 22556281.
2013
Data mining nursing care plans of end-of-life patients: a study to improve healthcare decision making.
International journal of nursing knowledge. 24(1):15-24 [DOI] 10.1111/j.2047-3095.2012.01217.x. [PMID] 23413930.
2013
Expanding potential of radiofrequency nurse call systems to measure nursing time in patient rooms.
The Journal of nursing administration. 43(5):302-7 [DOI] 10.1097/NNA.0b013e31828eebe1. [PMID] 23615373.
2012
Conducting research with end-of-life populations: overcoming recruitment challenges when working with clinical agencies.
Applied nursing research : ANR. 25(4):258-63 [DOI] 10.1016/j.apnr.2011.04.002. [PMID] 21700424.
2012
Maintaining a consistent big picture: meaningful use of a Web-based POC EHR system.
International journal of nursing knowledge. 23(3):119-33 [DOI] 10.1111/j.2047-3095.2012.01215.x. [PMID] 23043651.
2011
Model for the First NIH-funded Center of Excellence in End-of-Life Research.
Journal of hospice and palliative nursing : JHPN : the official journal of the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association. 13(1):54-60 [PMID] 23762014.
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2010
Standardized nursing languages: essential for the nursing workforce.
Annual review of nursing research. 28:253-94 [PMID] 21639030.
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2010
Top EHR challenges in light of the stimulus. Enabling effective interdisciplinary, intradisciplinary and cross-setting communication.
Journal of healthcare information management : JHIM. 24(1):18-24 [PMID] 20077921.
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2009
Femoral lengthening with the Intramedullary Skeletal Kinetic Distractor.
The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British volume. 91(7):955-61 [DOI] 10.1302/0301-620X.91B7.21466. [PMID] 19567863.
2009
Using bibliometrics to support your selection of a nursing terminology set.
Computers, informatics, nursing : CIN. 27(2):82-90; quiz 91 [DOI] 10.1097/NCN.0b013e3181972a24. [PMID] 21685833.
2008
Nursing standards to support the electronic health record.
Nursing outlook. 56(5):258-266.e1 [DOI] 10.1016/j.outlook.2008.06.005. [PMID] 18922281.
2008
Standardized nursing terminologies can transform practice.
The Journal of nursing administration. 38(3):103-6 [DOI] 10.1097/01.NNA.0000310728.50913.de. [PMID] 18327054.
2006
HANDS: A revitalized technology supported care planning method to improve nursing handoffs.
Studies in health technology and informatics. 122:580-4 [PMID] 17102326.
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2005
Promoting safe nursing care by bringing visibility to the disciplinary aspects of interdisciplinary care.
AMIA … Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA Symposium. 385-9 [PMID] 16779067.
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2003
Assessing the reliability, validity, and sensitivity of nursing outcomes classification in home care settings.
Journal of nursing measurement. 11(2):135-55 [PMID] 15274522.
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2003
Establishing the validity, reliability, and sensitivity of NOC in an adult care nurse practitioner setting.
Outcomes management. 7(2):74-83 [PMID] 12715604.
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2003
Toward collecting a standardized nursing data set across the continuum: case of adult care nurse practitioner setting.
Outcomes management. 7(3):113-20 [PMID] 12881972.
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2003
Toward integrating a common nursing data set in home care to facilitate monitoring outcomes across settings.
Journal of nursing measurement. 11(2):157-69 [PMID] 15274523.
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2002
The HANDS project: studying and refining the automated collection of a cross-setting clinical data set.
Computers, informatics, nursing : CIN. 20(3):89-100 [PMID] 12021607.
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2001
Survey indicates sharp increase in usage of NANDA, NOC, and NIC.
The Michigan nurse. 74(8):19-21 [PMID] 11987854.
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1999
Use of standardized nursing language will make nursing visible.
The Michigan nurse. 72(2):12-3 [PMID] 12037810.
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1998
Standardized nomenclatures: keys to continuity of care, nursing accountability and nursing effectiveness.
Outcomes management for nursing practice. 2(2):81-6 [PMID] 9582821.
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Grants

May 2021 ACTIVE
Harmonizing and Integrating Nursing Data into Multidisciplinary Datasets to Evaluate Hospital Care and Readmissions of Older Adults with Alzheimers Disease and Alzheimers Disease-Related Dementias
Role: Co-Investigator
Funding: NATL INST OF HLTH NIA
Apr 2021 ACTIVE
Advancing Interdisciplinary Science of Aging through Identification of Iatrogenic Complications: The UF EHR Clinical Data Infrastructure for Enhanced Patient Safety among the Elderly (UF-ECLIPSE)
Role: Co-Investigator
Funding: NATL INST OF HLTH NIA
Sep 2019 ACTIVE
Tailored Clinical Decision Support Formats Designed to Improve Palliative Care for Cancer and Chronically Ill Patients: A Pre-Clinical Test
Role: Principal Investigator
Funding: NATL INST OF HLTH NINR
Apr 2019 – Mar 2021
Advancing Interdisciplinary Science of Aging through Identification of Iatrogenic Complications: The UF EHR Clinical Data Infrastructure for Enhanced Patient Safety among the Elderly (UF-ECLIPSE)
Role: Co-Investigator
Funding: NATL INST OF HLTH NIA
Sep 2014 – Jun 2016
Describing, Contrasting, and Visualizing End-of-life Care in the 21st Century
Role: Principal Investigator
Funding: UNIV OF ILLINOIS URBANA-CHAMPAIGN via NATL INST OF HLTH NINR

Education

Postdoctoral Fellowship
1994-1996 · University of Iowa
Ph.D.
1994 · University of Illinois, Chicago
Master of Science in Nursing Service Administration
1983 · University of Illinois, Chicago
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
1977 · Rutgers University
Diploma
1971 · St. Anthony School of Nursing

Teaching Profile

Courses Taught
2017-2021
NGR7940L Residency in Adv Nurs
2020-2021
NGR7816 Quantitative Research Design and Measurement in Nursing
2017-2021
NGR7970L Adv Nursing Project
2017,2019-2020
NGR6104 State of the Science in Nursing
2017-2018
NGR7980 Research for Doctoral Dissertation
2015-2018
NGR7979 Advanced Research
2016,2018
NUR4837 Healthcare Policy, Finance, and Regulatory Environments
2017
NGR7891 Health Policy and Finance in Advanced Nursing Practice
2016-2017
NGR6870 Nsg Inform/Info Mgmt
2015
NGR6905 Individual Study

Contact Details

Phones:
Business:
(352) 273-6352
Emails:
Business:
gkeenan@ufl.edu