Department of Nursing

Kem Louie (Graduate Director)

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Office: University Hall 304
Phone: 973-720-3215
Email: louiek@wpunj.edu
Office Hours: by appointment

Department: Nursing
Position: Director, Graduate Nursing Program

Area Specialization
Psychiatric-Mental Health

Education:

BSN - Rutgers University College of Nursing Newark, New Jersey 07102

MA – New York University Division of Nursing New York, New York

PhD - New York University Division of Nursing New York, New York

Select Publications:

Affinito, J. & Louie, K.B. (2018). Positive coping and self-assessed levels of health and burden in unpaid caregivers of patients with end stage renal disease receiving dialysis therapy. Nephrology Nursing Journal. 45(4). 373-379

Louie, K.B, Vargas, P., Fonju, P., Desai, H., & Lubinski, D., (2018). Effectiveness of transgender care content in a nurse practitioner program. Journal of Nursing and Healthcare. 3 (2)1-4.

Louie, K., Kollia, B., Vargas, P., Figueroa, M., Lasala, T. Emmons-Hindelong, R.  Assessment of Interprofessional competencies among graduate students in nursing, communication disorders and exercise science in the US. International Journal for Applied Science and Technology, 8 (4), 1-9. DOI: 10.30845/ijast.v8n4p2 

Louie, K., Vargas, P., Fonju, P., Desai, Hetal & Lubinski, D. (2018) Effectiveness of Transgender care content in a nurse practitioner program.  Journal of Nursing and Healthcare, 3 (2), 1-4.

Louie, K.B. Campbell, M., Donaghy, C., Rice, L. & Sabatini, M. (2011). A Successful Academic Collaborative to Increase Nurse Faculty in NJ. Journal of Professional Nursing. 27: 6, ppe108-e113. Doi:10.1016/j.profnure.2011.09.005

Select Presentations:

Students from Three Majors Come Together for One Project in the Name of Health WPU News January 2017 Retrieved from http://www.wpunj.edu/news/detail.html?id=fdeb57ac-7071-4431-800e-466e70aed01b

Interviewed in “Advanced degrees and certifications: What you need to succeed” Minority Nursing, September 2013.

Featured in Darrah, J. The “other” nursing shortage. Advances in Nursing, May 2011.

Featured in Alex, P, Infusion for nurse-training programs. Herald News, September 26, 2009

Featured in Brox, D. Raising our Voice. Minority Nurse Magazine Spring 2008 p.46-50.

Interviewed in “Almost like Doctors, only paid less” The Record, May 6, 2007.

Featured in “The faculty fast track” Minority Nurse Magazine Spring 2006, p. 54-57.

Full CV

Professional Awards:

Approved extramural award- Nurse Faculty Loan Program -$90,622.00 (2016-2017) to William Paterson University NJ- Graduate Nursing Program Dept. of HHS, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Division of Nursing. Dr Kem Louie, Project director

Approved extramural award- Nurse Faculty Loan Program -$57,051.00 (2015-2016) to William Paterson University NJ- Graduate Nursing Program Dept. of HHS, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Division of Nursing. Dr Kem Louie, Project director

Approved extramural award- Nurse Faculty Loan Program -$99,507.00 (2013-2015) to William Paterson University NJ- Graduate Nursing Program Dept. of HHS, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Division of Nursing. Dr Kem Louie, Project director

Approved extramural award- Professional Nurse Traineeships $ 6,684.00 (2011-2012) to William Paterson University NJ- Graduate Nursing Program Dept of HHS, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Division of Nursing. Dr Kem Louie, Project director

Approved extramural award- Nurse Faculty Loan Program- $34,674.00 (2011-2013) TO William Paterson University NJ- Graduate Nursing Program, Dept of HHS, Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA). Division of Nursing. Dr Kem Louie, Project director

Nurse Scientist Stimulation Grant (2009-2014) to National Coalition of Ethnic Minority Nurses Association (NCEMNA). B. William Principle Investigator -National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) role: Program consultant (Submitted in review)

Research/Grant Awards:

ART: (2017-2019) Readiness for Practice among Graduating Nursing Students in the Dedicated Education Unit and Traditional Clinical Model

Professional Organizations:

Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing

New Jersey State Nurses Association

Asian American Pacific Islander Nurses Association