Carol Stevens, PhD, RN
Clinical Assistant Professor
Barrett Honors Faculty Advisor
Nurse EDucator (NED) Concentration Coordinator
- PhD (Nursing) - Arizona State University, 2011
- MS (Nursing) - University of Arizona, 1994
- BSN - University of St. Louis, 1975
- BA (Mathematics) - University of Kansas, 1974
- Small, L. Sidora-Arcoleo, K., Naughan, L., Creed-Capsel, J., Chung, K. Y., Stevens, C. (2009). Validity and reliability of photographic diet diaries for assessing dietary intake among young children. Infant, Child " Adolescent Nutrition, 1(1). 27-36.
- Stevens, C. (2007). Nursing in the 21st Century: a Compilation of Generations. Arizona Nurse. 60(6). 7-8.
- Aston, S., Bundu, U. & Stevens, C. "Developing the Right Acuity Tool," Poster presentation at the Arizona Nurses Association 67th Biennial Convention, September 11-12, 2009, Tempe, Arizona.
- Stevens, C. & Reineke, S. "Using a Staff Engagement Model to Improve call-offs and tardiness in an OB Unit," Podium presentation at the Center for American Nurses LEAD Summit, June 11-13 2009, Orlando, FL.
- Stevens, C., Gance-Cleveland, B., Ward-Begnoche, W. & Choi, M. "The Relationship of Social Support on Obesity in Middle School Children," Poster presentation at the 42nd Annual WIN Conference, April 22-25 2009, Salt Lake City, Utah.
- Stevens, C. "Parent and Peer Support for Healthy Eating and Activity," at the ASU Center for Child, Podium presentation at the Teens & Families First Annual Scholarship Forum, February 27, 2009, Phoenix, AZ.
- Stevens, C. "Creating a Culture of Workplace Civility" Podium presentation at the AzNA Greater Phoenix Area Chapter One and STTI, Nu Upsilon Chapter, November 13, 2008, Phoenix, AZ.
Childhood obesity, cultural influences associated with children's health and healthy work environments for nurses.
Current/Recent Grants and Projects
- Nurses to Nurses: Improving RN Retention & Patient Care. The purpose of this project is to improve nurses’ work environment. Research shows that work environment is a leading contributor to nurse satisfaction and retention and has a direct impact on the quality of patient care. Role: Co-investigator, 1/22/07 - present.
- Outstanding Membership Award, Arizona Nurses Association (AzNA), 2009
- Outstanding Nurse Recruiter Award, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, 2004
- Excellence in Nursing Administration, Arizona Nurses Association, 1996