Credentials, degrees, schools attended:
DNSc—Yale University School of Nursing—2010
MS—University of Massachusetts Boston—2002
BSN—University of Rhode Island—1973
Areas of Teaching:
Informatics Technology—DNP Program
Nursing Research—MSN Program
Interprofessional Approaches to Population Health—MSN Program
Health-Related Research—BSN Program
2014 Baugh, N. & Fackler, C. Nursing Leadership and Interdisciplinary Collaboration (Poster). ANA Maine Annual Conference and Centennial Celebration.
2012 Hospital Nurses’ Lived Experience of Power. Delivered at “Promoting Quality and Safety through Evidence-Based Practice Across the Healthcare Continuum: Implications for Students through Advanced Nursing Practice.” Portland, ME
2011 Hospital Nurses’ Lived Experience of Power (Poster). Eastern Nursing Research Society 23rd Annual Scientific Sessions, Philadelphia, PA
Nursing Workforce; Older Nurse Retention; Nurses’ Power; Health Information Technology; Population Health; Rural Health
June 2013 to Present:
Principal Investigator, Health Lifestyle Management Technologies Cluster Seed Development Project: Addressing Chronic Illness through Health Lifestyle Management Technologies—a project to develop a lifestyle intervention using information technology for young adults. Funded through the Maine Economic Improvement Fund.
May 2012 to Present:
Principal Investigator, What Nurses Want: An Exploration of Roles for the Older Experienced Hospital Clinical Nurse—a qualitative study using focus group methodology. Funded by a University of Southern Maine Faculty Senate Grant.
Fackler, C. (2013). Health care informatics. In King, C.R., and Gerard, S.O., (Eds.). Clinical Nurse Leader certification review (pp. 171-184). New York: Springer Publishing Company, LLC.