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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Patricia Young

Page address: http://ahn.mnsu.edu/nursing/faculty/patriciayoung.html

Patricia Young

Patricia K. Young

Professor

1986 to Present

 

Credential: PhD, RN

Research Interests

  • Leadership and Mentoring
  • Family-focused Care

Current Projects

  • Exploration of attitudes of graduating baccalaureate nurses toward family-focused nursing practice.
  • Exploration of kinship stigma among persons with inflammatory bowel disease.

Publications

·    Eggenberger, S. K, Krumwiede, N. K., & Young, P. K. (2015). Using simulation pedagogy in the information of family-focused generalist nursesJournal of Nursing Education,   (pp. 588-593).

·        Young, P. K. & Lampe, S. (2015). “Doing for” and “being with.” In S. Denham, S.

Eggenberger, P. Young, & N. Krumwiede (Eds.), Family-focused nursing care (pp. 351-373). Philadelphia, PA: F. A. Davis.

·        Young, P. K. & Lindeke, L. L. (2015). Health care needs for the 21st century. In S. Denham, S. Eggenberger, P. Young, & N. Krumwiede (Eds.), Family-focused nursing care (pp. 1-23). Philadelphia, PA: F. A. Davis.

·       Young, P. K., Pardue, K., & Horton-Deutsch, S. (2015). Practices of reflective leaders. In G. D. Sherwood & S. Horton-Deutsch (Eds.), Reflective organizations: On the front lines of QSEN & reflective practice implementation (pp. 49-68). Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International.

·       Horton-Deustch, S., Pardue, K., Young, P. K., Morales, M., Halstead, J., & Pearsall, C. (2014). Becoming a nurse faculty leader: Taking risks by doing the right thing. Nursing Outlook, 62(2), 89-96.

·        Lasater, K., Young, P. K., Mitchell, C., Delahoyde, T. M., Nick, J. M., & Siktberg, L. (2014). Connecting in distance mentoring: Communication practices that work. Nurse Education Today, 34, 501-506.

Pearsall, C., Pardue, K., Horton-Deutsch, S., Young, P. K., Halstead, J., Morales, M., Nelson, K., & Zungolo, E. (2014). Becoming a nursing faculty leader: Doing your homework to minimize risk taking. Journal of Professional Nursing, 30, 26-33.