Jeanne Maiden, Ph.D., RN, CNS-BC

Associate Dean
Director of the Graduate Program
Professor

Dr. Jeanne Maiden is honored to be at PLNU and looks forward to meeting students and helping them accomplish their academic/career goals. Her background in nursing is critical care and as a clinical nurse specialist, she is passionate about end-of-life issues, moral distress, and compassion fatigue within the nursing profession. She is a mom and grandmother with two wonderful grown children and two grandchildren, and is blessed by the love of her husband. They share their home with two cats and three dogs.

Education

  • Ph.D., University of San Diego
  • M.S.N/C.N.S. Critical Care, San Diego State University
  • B.S.N., National University, San Diego, CA
  • A.A.S., State University of New York, Canton, NYa

Courses Taught

  • CNS Role Acquisition – GNSG 600
  • Adult Gerontology Theory – GNSG 624
  • Following Faithfully: Servant Leadership – GNSG 602
  • Adult Gerontology Clinical Practicum – GNSG 624L
  • Adult Gerontology Theory: Prevention, Wellness across the Continuum – GNSG 624B
  • Leading Faithfully: Policy, Politics, Power & Ethics – GNSG 703

Experience in Field

  • Sharp Healthcare, San Diego, CNS per diem projects, acute care and critical care, 2009 – present
  • University of California, San Diego Medical Center, San Diego, CA, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Education Development and Research, 1999 – 2006
  • Tri-City Medical Center, Oceanside CA, Professional Development Specialist, 1995 – 1999
  • Sharp Health Care, Grossmont, San Diego, CA, 1979 – 1995
  • San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, 2002
  • University of Phoenix, San Diego CA, 2000
  • Grossmont Community College, San Diego, CA, 1989

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Journal Reviewer for Journal of Nursing Education- Per Diem

Awards and Honors

  • Sigma Theta Tau Research Award 2008 Zeta-Mu Chapter at Large
  • Southern California Pain Initiative Champion Awardee, 2005
  • University of California, San Diego, Marguerite Jackson Award for Professional Nursing Excellence, 2004
  • University of California, San Diego, Award for Excellence in Nursing Leadership 2003
  • University of California, San Diego, Exemplary Employees Nominee, 2001 – 2002

CERTIFICATIONS

  • ANCC Board Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist CNS-BC – original date 2010, renewed 2015, expires 2020
  • Development of three online courses for the SON, 2015: GNSG 703, GNSG 624B, and NRS 360
  • Administered GNSG 690, Special Topics Adult Gerontology Across the Continuum Hybrid, online course
  • Sabbatical research: Exploring caring in nursing students at Point Loma Nazarene University; study completed spring 2016; presented Faculty Scholarship Day August 23, 2016

Dissertations, Presentations, and Publications

  • Bruce, H., Maiden, J., Kim, S., (2015). Impact of a nurse-initiated ED sepsis protocol on compliance with sepsis bundles, time to initial antibiotic administration, and in hospital mortality. Journal of Emergency Nursing 41(2), 130-137.
  • Maiden, J. (2014). Compassion fatigue in corrections. American Jails, May/June 35-38.
  • Rubin,C., Bavin,R., Wessels, E., McGowan, B., Downer, S., Maiden, J., (2013)
  • Chlorhexidine Gluconate: To bathe or not to bathe. Critical Care Nursing Quarterly 36 (2): 1-4.
  • Maiden, J., Georges, J., Connelly, C. (2011). Moral distress, compassion fatigue, and perceptions about medication errors in certified critical care nurses. Dimensions in Critical Care Nursing 2011 30 (6):339-345.
  • Maiden, J. (2010). Is your work environment healthy? Nursing 2010 Critical Care 5 (2): 32
  • Maiden, J. (2008). The simple gift of presence Abbey Press Care Notes
  • Maiden, J. (2008). Adhering to end of life decisions. Nursing 2008 Critical Care 3 (4):56
  • Maiden, J. (2008).It’s a matter of time. Nursing 2008 Critical Care 3, (3): 56
  • Maiden, J. (2007).Ongoing communication needed. Nursing 2007 Critical Care 2 (6):56
  • Maiden, J. (2006). DNR & ICU= appropriate care? Nursing 2006 Critical Care 1 (6):64
  • Maiden, J. (2006). Encourage advance directives”. Nursing 2006 Critical Care 1 (7):64
  • Maiden, J. (1998-2015). Pulmonary diagnostic procedures. In Thelan’s critical care nursing diagnosis and management. Lough, M., Stacy, K., Urden, L.(Eds) St Louis, Missouri: Mosby. Multiple editions.
  • Stacy, K, & Maiden, J. (2000-2015). Pulmonary assessment and diagnostics procedures. In Priorities in Critical Care Nursing. Urden, L., Stacy, K. (Eds) St Louis, Missouri: Mosby. Multiple editions.
  • Book reviewer: American Association of Critical Care Nurses, January 2003
  • Romer, A. Heller, K., Weissman, D, Solomon, M. (Eds.) (2002). Innovations in end of life care, practical strategies & international perspectives. Larchmont, NY: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
  • Grif Alspach, J. (1999). CORE curriculum review study disc for critical care nursing, Gastrointestinal, shock item writer.