Dr. Dana Brackney

Dr. Brackney has been a clinical nurse specialist (CNS) with a diabetes focus for over 20 years. She was recognized as a member of the “Great 100” nurses in NC. She is a member of Appalachian State University Nursing Honor Society, Sigma Theta Tau, NC Nurses Association, and the American Association of Diabetes Educators. Dr. Brackney knew she wanted to be a part of the Appalachian State nursing program the moment she heard Chancellor Peacock announce the university’s plan to begin a nursing program of study. Currently she prepares students for the future of nursing using simulation equipment and scenarios in the SIM Lab.

There are 5 included publications by Dr. Dana Brackney :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Creating Context With Prebriefing: A Case Example Using Simulation 2015 67 Background: Educational advantages of simulation have been widely reported. Prebriefing and debriefing support simulation methods. However, few detailed accounts of how the learning activities surrounding simulation are implemented exist. Objectives:...
Going Domestic: Importing The Study Abroad Experience, The Development Of A Multicultural New York City Study Away Program 2016 66 Significant off-campus domestic study away experiences have been shown to be a transformative active learning environment for students and achieve similar learning outcomes as study abroad programs. This manuscript describes the conception, developme...
New Insulin Preparations: Potential Benefits And Risk Assessments 2016 62 Concentrated insulins have been especially problematic high alert medications. On February 25, 2015 Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approval made available insulin glargine, Toujeo U-300 (300 units/ml) in a SoloSTAR pen. On May 27, 2015 the FDA app...
Prevention Of Type 2 Diabetes Among Youth: A Systematic Review, Implications For The School Nurse 2014 40 Childhood obesity and the early development of type 2 diabetes (T2 DM) place students at risk for chronic health problems. The school nurse is uniquely situated to promote school health initiatives that influence health behavior. The purpose of this ...
Read, write, laugh and learn: A student’s perspective 2008 87 In the United States, many doctoral students in nursing have not had the grounding in philosophy that other educational traditions require. The introduction of philosophical thought, both historical and current, is often unwelcome and uncomfortable f...