Dr. Senk started working at Walden University in 2018, and has previously taught in an online DNP program since 2009. She has taught core courses, and has advised students on their evidence-based clinical change project, from developing and identifying a clinical problem all the way through implementation and evaluation. Her research has focused on nursing informatics, specifically evaluating how nursing is represented in an electronic health record. In addition, she has evaluated the use of peer feedback in an online graduate nursing course.
Westra, B. L., Sylvia, M., Weinfurter, E. F., Pruinelli, L., Park, J. I., Dodd, D., Keenan, G. M., Senk, P., Richesson, R. L., Baukner, V., Cruz, C., Gao, G., Whittenburg, L., Delaney, C. W. (2017). Big data science: A literature review of nursing research exemplars. Nursing outlook
Senk, P. (2016). Chapter 8: The relationship between a quality measure and staffing hours in nursing homes.
Senk, P. (2015). An analysis of peer feedback in an online graduate nursing course.
Senk, P. (2014). Shifting locations: Reflections on writing-enriched curriculum projects in diverse contexts.