Deborah Beyer, MSN, RN

Associate Professor

beyerda@MiamiOH.edu

146 University Hall

513-785-7746

Education

MSN, University of Cincinnati

BSN, University of Cincinnati

Diploma of Nursing, Good Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing, Cincinnati

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor - Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science

Staff Nurse - Telemetry Unit/ICU Stepdown

Staff Nurse - Occupational Health

Staff Nurse - Emergency Department

Staff Nurse - Coronary Care Unit

Staff Nurse - Long term care at Drake Hospital

Teaching

Medical-Surgical Nursing

Gerontology Nursing

Cultural and Global Nursing

Service

Mercy Franciscan at St. Raphael, Sobremesa Program in Hamilton, OH

Miami University Institutional Review Board

National Council of State Boards of Nursing--Item Writer for NCLEX

Scholarship Review for Office of Financial Aid

Scholarship

Areas of Interest
International Service Learning in The Gambia, West Africa and in Nicaragua

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Community Layperson Health Education

Publications

Beyer, D. (2008). Classroom Application Strategy: Combining Concept Mapping and Case Studies. In Bythe, H. & Sweet, C. (Eds.) It Works for Me as a Scholar-Teacher. (pp. 101-103). Oklahoma: New Forums.

Beyer, D. Effectiveness of Human Patient Simulator as a Classroom Teaching Strategy. Accepted (1/10/2011) in Press. Clinical Simulation in Nursing in 2010.

Beyer, D. Enhancing Critical Reflection of Simulation through Wikis. Accepted (12/15/2010) in Press. Clinical Simulation in Nursing in 2010.

Beyer, D. (2011). Educational Innovations Reverse Case Study: To think like a nurse. Journal of Nursing Education, 50(1). 48-50.

Peer Reviewed Presentations
Beyer, D. (2010). Wiki in Simulation: What It Keeps In. The 2010 Skills Lab Conference presented by the Tri-State Nursing Skills Lab Consortium. Creating Your Simulation Toolbox: The Nuts and Bolts of Simulation. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Beyer, D. (2010). Wiki: A Follow Up to Debriefing. Human Patient Simulator Network Conference-HPSP10” Medical Education Technologies, INC 14th Annual HPSN, Tampa, Florida.

Beyer, D. & Bishop-Clark, C. (2009). Focused Collaboration and the Products of an FLC Engaged in SoTL. 29th International Lilly Conference on College Teaching. Oxford, Ohio.

Beyer, D. Bishop-Clark, C. & Uhler, B. (2009) Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Learning Community. The Center for the Enhancement of Learning, Teaching, and University Assessment (CELTUA) Seminar Series. Miami University. Oxford, Ohio.

Beyer, D. & Bishop-Clark, C. (2009) A Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Faculty Learning Community-Our Regional Campus Experience. 15th Annual Association for University Regional Campuses of Ohio (AURCO) Conference 2009. Middletown, Ohio.

Beyer, D. (2009). Case Study Alive-Simulation as a Classroom Teaching Strategy. Human Patient Simulator Network Conference-HPSN09” Medical Education Technologies, INC 13th Annual HPSN, Tampa, Florida.

Peer Reviewed Poster Presentations
Beyer, D. & Bishop-Clark, C. (2009). A SoTL Learning Community: It Works! Solid Foundations, Emerging Knowledge, Shared Futures Conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Bloomington, Indiana.

Beyer, D. (2008). Combining Concept Mapping and Case Studies: A Classroom Application Strategy. Ohio Organization of Associate Degree Nursing and Ohio Council of Associate Degree Nursing Education Administrators 24th Annual Conference. Columbus, Ohio.

Beyer, D. (2008). Effectiveness of the Human Patient Simulator in the Classroom. 28th International Lilly Conference on College Teaching. Oxford, Ohio.

Beyer, D., Gerard L., & Partusch, S. (2003). Developing a Test Committee. Ohio Organization of Associate Degree Nursing and Ohio Council of Associate Degree Nursing Education Administrators 24th Annual Conference. Columbus, Ohio.

Professional Organizations

Sigma Theta Tau International-Omicron Chi Chapter

Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science Alumni Association

International Nursing Association for Clinical Nursing Simulation and Learning