Salisbury

Nursing Department Faculty

   

Katherine Hinderer, PhD, RN, CCRN

Office: Devilbiss Hall – Office 202
Telephone: 410-543-6417
Fax: 410-548-3313
Email: kahinderer@salisbury.edu

 

Positions Held

  • Salisbury University Department of Nursing: Assistant Professor - 2010 - present
  • Salisbury University Department of Nursing: Instructor - 2006 - 2010
  • Salisbury University Department of Nursing: Lecturer - 2005 - 2006
  • Salisbury University Department of Nursing: Adjunct Clinical Faculty - 2001 - 2004
  • Peninsula Regional Medical Center: Professional Development Nurse, Intensive Care Unit - 2002-2004
  • Peninsula Regional Medical Center: Staff Nurse, Intensive Care Unit - 2000-2004, 2005-2009
  • Saint Joseph Medical Center: Staff Nurse, Medical/Surgical Intensive Care Unit - 1998-2000

Honors, Memberships

  • AACN Research Abstract Award for 2013, to be presented at the AACN National Teaching Institute, Boston, MA, May 2013
  • Junior-Researcher Mentee, Dyads Program, National Institute of Nursing Research,              The Science of Compassion: Future Directions in End of Life and Palliative Care Bethesda, MD, August 2011
  • MHEC New Nursing Faculty Fellowship, 2006
  • Sigma Theta Tau – Pi Chapter & Lambda Eta Chapter
  • American Nurses Association
  • Maryland Nurses Association
  • American Association of Critical Care Nurses
  • AACN Delmarva Chapter
  • Society of Critical Care Medicine
  • Golden Key National Honor Society

Institutions Attended

  • PhD, Nursing, University of Maryland, Baltimore, 2010

  • MSN, Nursing Leadership: Educator Emphasis, Wilmington College, 2004

  • BSN, University of Maryland, Baltimore, 1998

Publications

  • Hinderer, K (2012). Reactions to patient death: The lived experience of critical care nurses. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, 31(4), 252-259.

  • Von Rueden, K., Hinderer, K., McQuillen, K. et al. (2010). Secondary traumatic stress in trauma nurses: Prevalence and exposure, coping, and personal/environmental characteristics. Journal of Trauma Nursing.

  • Hinderer, K. (2010). End of Life Decision Making Among Patients and Proxies.

  • Green, K. (2004). ICU nurses' experiences with death. Masters Abstracts International, 42 (06), 2161. (MAI No. AAT 1420524)

 Selected Presentations

  • Speaker, “What is Advance Care Planning and Why is it Important” and “The Role of Advance Care Planning in Determining Treatment Plans.” Presented at Looking to the Future: The Role of Advance Care Planning in Providing High Quality across the Health Care Continuum, Milford, DE, December 10, 2012.

  • Podium Presentation, “Building Our Future: Multi-professional Critical Care Education”(K. Hinderer & R. Joyner). Presented at NETNEP 2012: 4th International Nurse Education Conference, Baltimore MD, June 2012.

  • Podium Presentation, “Addressing Clinical Faculty Shortages Through Collaborative Partnerships: Creating a Clinical Nursing Faculty Academy in Rural Maryland” (B. Mister, J. Jarosinski, K. Hinderer, T. Brown Reid, L. Seldomridge & M. Anderson). Presented at NETNEP 2012: 4th International Nurse Education Conference, Baltimore MD, June 2012.

  • Poster Presentation, “An Initial Experience With An Undergraduate Critical Care Course” (K. Hinderer & R. Joyner). Presented at the 2012 American Thoracic Society International Conference, San Francisco, California, May 2012.

  • Poster Presentation, “End-of-Life Decision Making Among Patients and Their Proxies”(K. Hinderer & E. Friedmann). Presented at the Evidence Based Practice Nursing Conference, Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Salisbury, MD, April 2012.

  • Poster Presentation, “End-of-Life Decision Making Among Patients and Their Proxies” (K. Hinderer & E. Friedmann). Accepted for Presentation at the National Institute of Nursing Research, The Science of Compassion: Future Directions in End of Life and Palliative Care, Bethesda, MD, August 2011.

  • Podium Presentation, "West meets East in Undergraduate Education" (K. Hinderer & D. McDowell)Presented at Drexel University Nurse Educator’s Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, June 2011.

  • Speaker, Partners in Respiratory Care Excellence XI Conference,“Clinical Assessment of Acute Head Injury: A Multi-professional Approach.” Presented March 16, 2011.

  • Discussion Panel Member, April 13, 2010, “Not So Silent Minds: Neuroethics and Disorders of Consciousness,” Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement and Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD

  • Speaker, STT Lambda Eta Chapter, Presented February 15, 2010, “Health Care in China, East Meets West”

  • Oral Presentation, Presented May 26, 2009 to Jingzhou Nursing Society, Jingzhou, China, “Critical Care Nursing in the United States”

  • Oral Presentation, Presented June 1, 2009 to Yangtze University Nursing Students, Jingzhou, China, “End of Life Care”

  • Murray, M., McQuillen, K., Simmons, K., Gilmore, R. et al. (2009). Secondary Traumatic Stress, Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, and Compassion Satisfaction in Trauma Nurses. Presented American Association of Critical Care Nurses National Teaching Institute and Critical Care Exposition.

  • Green, K. (2007). No Frills to High Tech: Clinical Simulation in Critical Care.  Drexel University Nurse Educators Institute.

  • Green, K. (2006). Brief grief: Critical care nurses experiences with death. In Program and Proceedings: Thirty Third Annual National Teaching Institute and Critical Care Exposition of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, 247.

Grants

  • PI, "Assessing an Educational Seminar for End-of-Life Decision-Making in Chinese Americans,” STTI Pi Chapter Research Grant, 2012-2013

  • Co-PI, “Eastern Shore Faculty Academy and Mentorship Initiative (ES-FAMI),” Maryland Higher Education Commission, $376,498, 2011-2013

  • Faculty Mentor, Guerrieri Undergraduate Research Summer Program, Summer 2011

Areas of Interest

  • Adult Critical Care Nursing

  • Cardiac Nursing

  • Adult Acute Care Nursing

  • End-of-Life Decisions Making and Advance Directives

  • Grief and Nurses

  • End-of-Life Care, Hospice, & Palliative Care

  • Interprofessional/Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Education