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Nancy Ellen Colletti

Dr. , CAHS Medical Lab Science

French East

513-558-5473

Dr. Colletti has been teaching and working in the fields of Respiratory Care and Cardiovascular Technology for over 30 years.  She has taught at the bedside serving as a clinical instructor, as well as in the traditional classroom and laboratory.  Areas of expertise include cardiopulmonary anatomy and physiology, cardiopulmonary pharmacology, cardiopulmonary pathology, invasive and non-invasive cardiopulmonary monitoring and assessment in the acute care, critical care, long-term care, and home care settings.

Dr. Colletti has been teaching online for 13 years.  Her dissertation research focused on the development of critical thinking skills using authentic learning activities and the APLUS instructional design.  She is a Quality Matters Peer and Master Reviewer.
Education

PhD, Capella University Minneapolis, MN, 09-2011 (Education - Instructional Design for Online Learning)

MS, State University of New York at Stony Brook Stony Brook, NY, 12-1991 (Health Sciences)

BS, State University of New York at Stony Brook Stony Brook, NY, 06-1985 (Cardiorespiratory Sciences)

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Colletti, N.E. (1992. )Efficacy of repeat balloon valvuloplasty in an elderly patient with calcific aortic stenosis. Journal for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Technology, ,(Winter ),6 --9

Colletti, N.E. (2011. )The impact of completing authentic tasks on the development of critical thinking skills. .Doctoral dissertation, ,

Presentations
Invited Presentations

Colletti, N.E. (07-28-2017. )Ohio Respiratory Care Board Update .Ohio Society for Respiratory Care, 39th Annual State Meeting, Columbus, OH. Professional Meeting. .Level:State

Poster Presentations

Colletti, N.E. (11-10-2012. )The Impact Of Completing Authentic Tasks On The Development Of Critical Thinking Skills .American Association for Respiratory Care, 58th Annual International Congress, Open Forum #2, New Orleans, LA. .Professional Meeting. .Level:International

Lecture

Colletti, N.E. and Reams, P. (05-04-2017. )QM and Accreditation – Sounds Boring but it’s BASIC .Cincinnati, OH. Conference. Level:State

Colletti, N.E. (08-03-2010. )Curriculum Differences Between A.S. and B.S. Degrees in Respiratory Care .Columbus, OH. Professional Meeting.

Colletti, N.E. (09-28-2009. )Transitioning from Student to Professional. Interview Skills .Columbus, OH. Professional Meeting. Level:State

Colletti, N.E. (07-17-2009. )AS to BS: The Educator’s Perspective .Marco Island, FL. Professional Meeting. Level:National

Colletti, N.E. (05-25-2005. )Techniques in Effective Clinical Instruction .Kettering, OH. Workshop. Level:College

Colletti, N.E. (10-09-1998. )Assessment Skills Part II: The Patient with Cardiac Disease .New York, NY. Workshop. Level:Local

Colletti, N.E. (10-08-1998. )Essentials in Hemodynamic Monitoring .New York, NY. Professional Meeting. Level:Local

Colletti, N.E. (10-1990. )Hemodynamic Monitoring in the Cardiac Catheterization Lab .New London, CT. Workshop. Level:Department

Colletti, N.E. (09-1991. )Cardiovascular Technology Registry Review Course .Rockville Center, NY. Workshop. Level:Department

Paper Presentations

Colletti, N.E. (07-13-2012. )Designing Authentic Learning Using the APLUS Model .Santa Fe,NM. Professional Meeting. Level:National

Colletti, N.E. (03-14-2012. )Designing Authentic Learning with the APLUS Model .Cleveland, OH. Conference. Level:State

Positions and Work Experience

07-2000 -12-2017 Professor, Program Director, Respiratory Care, Responsible for advancing institutional goals and providing leadership to the Respiratory Care department in harmony with the Mission of the College and the department, in order that the philosophy, goals and objectives of the department and institution may be achieved. Collaborates with other College and Network leaders to advance institutional goals. , Kettering College, Kettering, OH

07-1995 -07-2000 Clinical Assistant Professor, Respiratory Care, Instruction, assessment and evaluation of students in the classroom, laboratory, and clinical setting., State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY

07-1987 -01-1992 Clinical Instructor, Director of Cardiopulmonary Clinical Education, Instructional planning, delivery, assessment, and evaluation of students in the clinical, classroom, and laboratory setting., State University of New York at Stony Brook, School of Allied Health Professions, Stony Brook, NY

04-2015 -01-2018 Board Member, Professional member of the Ohio Respiratory Care Board. Responsible for the regulation and practice of Respiratory Care and Home Medical Equipment providers in the state of Ohio under Sub. S. B. 300 of the 118th General Assembly and signed into law under Chapter 4761 of the Ohio Revised Code., Ohio Respiratory Care Board, Columbus, OH

03-2001 -12-2003 Respiratory Therapist, Kettering Medical Center, Kettering, OH

Post Graduate Training and Education

09-1995-06-1997 Advanced Certificate in Health Care Management, State University of New York at Stony Brook, ,Stony Brook, NY

Preferred Information

Dr., PhD

Contact Information

Academic - College of Allied Health Sciences
246 French East
Ohio, 45267-0394
Phone: 513-558-2018
colletny@ucmail.uc.edu

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Stephanie D Mack

Program Manager: BS Respiratory Therapy & Master of Health Informatics , CAHS Medical Lab Science

French East

513-558-7598

Education

Bachelor's Degree, Northern Kentucky University Highland Heights, KY, 2008 (International Studies )

Master's Degree, Marian University Indianapolis, IN, 2011 (Teaching )

Preferred Information

Program Manager: BS Respiratory Therapy & Master of Health Informatics, Mack , Stephanie

Contact Information

Academic -

Academic - French East Building
3202 Eden Ave.
Ohio, 45261
Phone: 513-558-7598
mackse@uc.edu

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Mark Washam

Asst Professor - Educator , CAHS Clinical & Health Info Sciences

French East

513-558-2018

Contact Information

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