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Nicole McGuire

Contributing Faculty

College of Health Professions

School of Health Sciences

Degree Program Ph.D. Health Services

Nicole McGuire received her doctorate of Health Sciences at Indiana State University. She currently serves as contributing faculty – doctoral committee, with the PhD Health Services program in the College of Health Sciences and is new to this role. As a registered respiratory therapist, she enjoys educating patients and other health care professionals about chronic disease management. She has taught public health, health and wellness, epidemiology, health care policy and law, pulmonary medicine, research methods, and electronic health records at other universities. Professionally, Dr. McGuire has worked as a faculty member for a family medicine residency program for the last 6 years. She has a number of presentations and research activities with a focus on geriatrics, substance use disorders, and adverse childhood experiences.

Education

Doctor of Health Science, Indiana State University - Terre Haute, IN United States

MS, Indiana State University - Terre Haute, IN United States

BS, Indiana State University - Terre Haute, IN United States

Post-master's Certificate, Indiana State University - Terre Haute, IN United States

Post-master's Certificate, Indiana State University - Terre Haute, IN United States

AS, Independence University - Salt Lake City, UT United States

AAS, Ivy Tech Community College - Terre Haute, IN United States

Public Service

Clinical Competency Committee (CCC) - Union Hospital Family Medicine Residency, Chair - Terre Haute, IN United States

Program Evaluation Committee (PEC) - Union Hospital Family Medicine Residency, Chair - Terre Haute, IN United States

Interprofessional Education Committee (IEC) - Union Hospital, Committee Member - Terre Haute, IN United States

Awards / Honors

Faculty Research Award , Union Hospital Foundation, 2014

Faculty Research Award , Union Hospital Foundation, 2015

Faculty Research Award , Union Hospital Foundation, 2018

Presentations

McGuire, N. A. (2017). Active Teaching Strategies. STFM.

McGuire, N. A. (2016). How Did This Happen? Using a RCA to Teach Patient Safety & Quality Improvement. IAFP.

McGuire, N. A. (2016). End of Life Conversations in Family Medicine. STFM.

McGuire, N. A. (2016). Teaching Rounds: Using a Faculty Development Video to Improve Small Group Teaching. AAFP.

McGuire, N. A. (2016). Delivering the Milestones Evaluation: Structuring Feedback and Comments from the CCC. AAFP.

McGuire, N. A. (2016). Exploring Non-Physician Roles in Competency-Based Resident Education. AAFP.

McGuire, N. A. (2015). Respiratory Care. Senior Christian Ministries.

McGuire, N. A. (2015). Culturally Sensitive Healthcare: Strategies for Overcoming Issues in Primary Care. IAFP.

McGuire, N. A. (2015). Logging & Reporting Patient Encounters: Using a Web-Based Tool to Meet ACGME Logging Requirements. AAFP.

McGuire, N. A. (2015). Communicating Milestones Evaluation Data and Comments from the CCC to Residents Using an Innovative "Grade Card". IAFP.

McGuire, N. A. (2013). Navigating the Health Care System. IU School of Medicine.

McGuire, N. A. (2013). COPD & Smoking Cessation. IU School of Medicine.