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Janice Long

Core Faculty

College of Nursing

Degree Program Ph.D. Nursing

Dr. Long has worked in nursing education since 2002 at Kennesaw State University then with Walden University School of Nursing since Spring 2010 beginning in the RN to BSN, RN to MSN, then to the DNP and PHD programs. In March of 2016 she began working as a full time core faculty assuming the role of interim research coordinator. She currently works as full time core faculty and PhD interim research coordinator for the PhD Nursing program.

Courses Taught

NURS_9000 - NURS- 9000 Mentoring Shell for PHD_NURS

RSCH-8201-N/8210 - Quantitative Reasoning

RSCH 8310/7310/6310 - Qualitative Reasoning and Analysis

RESI-8403A-18/RESI-840 - PHD Residency

NURS-8110 - NURS-8110-Scientific Foundations for Nurs

NURS-8200 - Methods for Evidence-Based Practice

NURS-8410 - Evidence Based Practice I

NURS-8500 - Evidence Based Practice II

NURS-8510 - Evidence Based Practice III

NURS-8700 - DNP Doctoral Mentoring

NURS 8701 - DNP Doctoral Mentoring Completiong


PhD, Western Michigan University

Awards / Honors

All-University Graduate Research and Creative Scho, Western Michigan University, 2009

Preston Award for Distinguished Service, Kennesaw State University, 2006

Georgia's Nurse Researcher Award, Georgia Association of Nursing Educators, 2010

University Distinguised Service Award, Kennesaw State University, 2008


White, A., Brannan, J., Long, J. M., Kruszka, K. (2013). Comparison of simulation and traditional classroom methods: Effects on cognitive skills and confidence levels.. International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning.

Hart, P., Brannan, J., Long, J., McGuire, M., Brooks, K., Robley, L. (2013). Effectiveness of a structured curriculum focused on recognition and response to acute patient deterioration in an undergraduate BSN program. Journal of Nursing Education.

Long, J. M., Sowell, R., Bairan, A., Holtz, C., Curtis, A., Fogarty, K. (2012). Exploration of commonalities and variations in health related beliefs across four Latino subgroups using focus group methodology: Implications in care for latinos with type 2 diabetes. Journal of Cultural Diversity,.

Camann, M., Long, J. M. (2012). Health promotion with vulnerable population groups. Online Journal of Cultural Competence in Nursing and Healthcare.

Brannan, J. D., White, M. A., Long, J. M. (2016). Learning Styles: Impact on Knowledge and Confidence in Nursing Students in Simulation and Classroom. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship.

Long, J. M., Kee, C. C., Graham, M. V., Saethang, T. B., Dames, F. D. (1998). Medication compliance and the older hemodialysis patient.. ANNA journal.

Long, J. M., Mareno, N., Shabo, R., Wilson, A. H. (2012). Overweight and obesity among White, Black, and Mexican American children: implications for when to intervene.. Journal for specialists in pediatric nursing : JSPN.

Long, J. M. (2008). Perceptions of quality of life of latinos with diabetes living in the U.S.: variations by geographic region of origin.

Long, J. (2012). Other global perspectives of chronic diseases.

Flynn, J., , J. (2011). Sample quantitative research proposal: Effect of video based education on knowledge and perceptions of risk for breast cancer genes, BRCA 1 & BRCA 2 in urban Latino population.

Long, J. M. (2006). Validating the utility of the Spanish version of the American diabetes association risk test. Clinical Nursing Research.

Bremner, M. N., Blake, B. J., Long, J. M., Yanosky, 2nd, D. J. (2014). Setting a benchmark for the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) V: striving for first-semester success in nursing school.. The Journal of nursing education.

Hart, P., Brannan, J., Long, J. M., Brooks, K., McGuire, M., Robley, L., Kill, S. (2014). Using Combined Teaching Modalities to Enhance Nursing Students' Recognition and Response to Clinical Deterioration. Nursing Education Perspectives.


Long, J. M. (2009). An Innovative Educational Technology: Evaluation of an Audience Response System in Nursing Education. Georgia Association of Nurse Educators.

White, A., Brannan, J., Long, J. M. (2010). Competence and confidence in nursing practice: A comparison of traditional classroom and simulation learning in a senior nursing course. Georgia Association of Nurse Educators.

Camann, M., Long, J. M. (2007). Applying Evidence to Lifestyle Programs in Community Populations . Mu PHI chapter of Sigma Theta Tau.

Long, J. M., Bairan, A. (2009). Development of a Culturally Sensitive Diabetes Education Program for a Diverse Latino Audience Using EBP Model. Sigma Theta Tau Mu Phi.

Long, J. M. (2010). Diabetes awareness month: Resources and program: Road to health toolkit. SOPHE.

Long, J. M., Rozo-Rivera, A., Curtis, A., Lawson, L., Alweiss, P. (2007). IDEAL Worksite TIPS. National Diabetes Education Program of CDC.

Long, J. M., Rozo-Rivera, A. (2006). Project IDEAL, and community partners to initiate a health intervention for Latinos. Healthcare Georgia Foundation.

Whitehead, D. K., Long, J. M. (2017). Introduction to Evidence Based Practice. Cristus Trinity Mother Francis Health System.

Long, J. M., White, A., Brannan, J., Hart, P. (2015). Learning styles of senior nursing students in a baccalaureate nursing program: How do nursing students learn? . Evidence-Based Practice Toolkit for Bedside Nurses Conference..

Long, J. M. (2011). Project IDEAL and Promotores de Salud. National Diabetes Education Program (Center for Disease Control and Prevention).

Long, J. M. (2010). Project IDEAL, and faith-based initiatives with promotores de salud. . Georgia Diabetes Coalition.

Brannan, J., White, A., Long, J. M. (2010). Use of simulation to teach shock: Effects on knowledge and confidence levels of undergraduate students. Rutgers.

Whitehead, D. K., Long, J. M. (2016). Understanding Evidence Based Practice. Walden University.

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