Clinical Assistant Professor, Program Director, Nursing Management and Executive Leadership
Dr. Morrow earned her BSN at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, her MSN at Georgia College & State University, an MBA at Mercer University and a DNP at Duquesne University. Her research topics include nursing administration, leadership development and management, patient safety and quality, magnet recognition programs, nursing informatics and faith community/parish nursing. She is a Certified Peri-Operative Nurse (CNOR) a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) and also has a Six Sigma Green Belt Certification. Dr. Morrow has been an American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet Appraiser since 2005.
Dr. Morrow’s clinical background includes serving in the role of Director in various hospital and ambulatory departments (i.e., Patient Care Administrative Services, Peri-operative Services, Physician Practice Management, Risk Management, Case Management, Accreditation Services, Community Health and Education). Dr. Morrow has also worked in the Information Systems Department as a Clinical Nurse Analyst, Nursing Administration as House Supervisor as well as, in the field of managed care within the insurance industry.
Quality, Safety, and Prescriptive Authority (with Julie G. Stewart), Nursing Faculty Publications (2014)
2008 ANCC National Magnet Conference, October 15-17, 2008 – Salt Lake City, Utah - Transparent Classification: Improving Documentation and Giving More Time Back to the Bedside Nurse.