College of Nursing
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
Donna W Bailey is a Contributing Faculty member in the School of Nursing. She lives in Alton, Virginia. Her education background includes Ph.D., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; M.N., University of South Carolina-Columbia; B.S.N, Western Carolina University. She has been a nurse since 1973. Her experience includes almost every field of nursing and every role. Her research interests include nursing informatics, teaching and learning, technology in teaching and learning, and sustainability literacy. She has been an educator in different specialties since 1980. She is a member of the American Nurses Association, Association of Critical Care Nurses, and the POD Network.
NURS 8200 - Research Methods for Evidence-Based Practice
NURS 9000 - Doctoral Dissertation
NURS 8210 - Transforming Nursing and Healthcare Through Technology
BS, Western Carolina University
Masters, University of South Carolina-Columbia
PhD, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Awards / Honors
Alumni of the Year 2010, Western Carolina University, 2010
Kibbe, D. C., Smith, P. P., LaVallee, R., Bailey, D. J., Bard, M. (1997). A guide to finding and evaluating best practice health care information on the internet: The truth is out there?. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality Improvement.
Bailey, D. J. (2014). Leveraging the Research on Memory Systems to Enhance Learning.
Bailey, D. J. (2001). A Primer on Enhancing Clinical Staff Involvement in Clinical Information System Implementation.