Nursing Department Faculty
Karen K. Badros, Ed.D., CRNP
Office: Devilbiss Hall – Office 207
Originally from western New York. Long-time faculty member teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Routinely teaches health assessment to junior students and internship to seniors.
Positions Held at Salisbury University
Dissertation: Attribution, Affective Reactions, and Expectancies of Baccalaureate Nursing Students in the Clinical Setting: A Test of Weiner Model
Areas of Interest
Nursing education, primary care, and health assessment
Walsh, C.M., Seldomridge, L.A., & Badros, K.K. Developing a practical evaluation tool for preceptor use: This should be easy! Right? Nurse Educator (accepted for 2008).
Walsh, C. M., Seldomridge, L. A., & Badros, K. K. (2007). California Critical Thinking Disposition Inventory: Further factor analytic examination. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 104, 141-151.
Badros, K. K., Seldomridge, L. A., & Walsh C. M. (July/August 2005). Issues in Critical Thinking Measurement of Advanced Practice Students, Nurse Educator, 30(4), 139-140.
Knight, C.S. & Badros, K.K., C.A. Madden, & Drewer, N. (January 2006). Sports medicine and school nurses: A growing need for further education and appropriate resources. Journal of School Health (Vol. 76, No.1).
Sullivan, R. & Badros, K. (1999, May). Recognize risk factors to prevent patient falls. Nursing Management.
Badros, K. K., Walsh, C. M., & Seldomridge, L. A. (2006, June) Critical Thinking Measurement with Masters’ Students. Poster session presented at Drexel University, Providence, RI.
Walsh, C. M., Seldomridge, L. A., & Badros, K. K. (2006, June) Creating a Practical Tool for Faculty to Evaluate Student Clinical Performance. Poster session presented at Drexel University, Providence, RI.
(1998, October). Critical thinking dispositions inventory (CCTDI) for
program evaluation of baccalaureate and masters students: Practical research
considerations and preliminary studies. Poster session presented at the
Nursing Education Conference at the School of Nursing, University of Washington.