Michelle Dumpe PhD, MSN, RN
Title: Visiting Associate Professor
Office: Mary Gladwin Hall 201L
Ph.D. - University of South Carolina, Nursing Science/Economics
M.S.N. - Gannon University, Erie, PA, Nursing Administration
M.S. - Gannon University, Erie, PA, Health Services Administration
B.S.N. - Capital University, Columbus, OH
Anthony, M.K., Standing, T.S., Glick, J., Duffy, M., Paschall, F., Sauer, M.R., Sweeney, D.K., Modic, M.B., Dumpe, M. L. (2005) Leadership and nurse retention: The pivotal role of the nurse manager. JONA, 35 9 (3), 146-155.
Dumpe, M. L., Kanyok, N., & Hill, K. (2006). Use of an automated learning management system to validate nursing competencies. Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, Vol 22 (6).
Lotas, L, McCahon, C, Kavanagh, J, Dumpe, M, Talty, M, Knittel, K, O’Malley, C. (2009). The nursing shortage: A regional collaboration to address the shortage of nursing faculty. Policy, Politics & Nursing Practice, Vol 9,4, (257-263).
Klein, D. & Dumpe, M. (2010). Pain assessment in the intensive care unit: Development and psychometric testing of the nonverbal pain assessment tool (NPAT). Heart & Lung, 39, 6, (521-528).
Teaching IOM: Implications of the
“The differing gifts of Clinical Nurse Specialists”, invited presentation, Clinical Nurse Specialist Annual Symposium,
“Preventative Healthcare Teams at Cleveland Clinic”, invited keynote for AORN national convention,
“Making the ROI case for Clinical Nurse Specialists”, invited keynote Clinical Nurse Specialist Annual Symposium,
“The Other shortage”, invited presentation, Quest for Excellence, The Ohio State University,
“Creation of a Nonverbal Pain Assessment Tool”, poster presentation, NTI & Critical Care Exposition,
“Inequities in Supply and Demand for Clinical Nurse Specialists” presentation, National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists,