Cheryl Hollema DNP, RN, FNP,BC

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Office: University Hall 333
Phone: (973) 720-3482
Email: hollemac@wpunj.edu
Office Hours: Posted by office door or by Appointment

Department: Nursing
Position: Associate Professor

Area Specialization
Family Nurse Practitioner, Pediatrics

Education:

BSN – William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ   

MSN – Pace University, Pleasantville, NY                                                                               

FNP Certificate Program – Pace University, NYC, NY

DNP - Samford University, Birmingham, AL

Publications:

Marshall, B., Evan, B., Hollema, C., & Napierkowski, D. (2016). Evaluating post-masters DNP programs through the Boyer Model Lens. Annals of Nursing and Practice, 3(4), 1056.

Hollema, C. D. (2015). Faculty development in high-fidelity clinical simulation. International Journal of Nursing Didactics, 5(9), 1-5.  doi:  10.15520/ijnd.2015.vol.iss9.110.01-05

Puchalski, S., Hollema, C., & Marshall, B. (2015). Current Attitudes and Practices among Pregnant Women toward Influenza Immunization.  The Journal of Pregnancy and Child Health. 2:  184. doi: 10.4172/2376-127X.1000184

Presentations:

Poster presentation “Sustainability of the DNP Project: A look at deterring barriers and their linkage to practice” DNP National Conference, Palms Springs, CA.  Sept 2018

Poster presentation “Current Attitudes and Practices among Pregnant Women toward Influenza Immunization” DNP National Conference, Seattle, WA. Sept. 2015

Podium presentation “Cultivating and Refining Clinical Knowledge and Practice:  Relating the Boyer Model of Scholarship to the DNP Graduate” At WPUNJ Research and Scholarship Day, Wayne, NJ. April 2015

Poster presentation “Cultivating and Refining Clinical Knowledge and Practice:  Relating the Boyer Model of Scholarship to the DNP Graduate,” DNP National Conference, Nashville, TN. October 2014

Podium presentation “Faculty Development in High Fidelity Simulation” at Drexel Conference on Simulation in Healthcare,” Fort Lauderdale, FL. March

Research/Grants:   

Assigned Release Time (ART) for WPU Research program 2015 – 2016 academic year.  Simulation in advanced practice nursing education and the correlation of educational outcomes of practice.

Professional Organizations/Positions (Include year):

Forum of Nurses in Advanced Practice                              2010-Present                                                

Sigma Theta Tau International, Nursing Honors Society    2003- Present                   

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners                         2008-Present                               

American Nurses Association                                             1995-Present                            

New Jersey State Nurses Association                                1995-Present