Sarah Morgan, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE

Sarah Morgan, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE
Clinical Associate Professor
414-229-4173
smorgan@uwm.eduCunningham Hall 583
Clinical Associate Professor

Prior to joining the faculty in 2008, Dr. Morgan spent four years in the college working in the Harriet Werley Center for Nursing Research and Evaluation (WCRNE). She provided project management, qualitative and quantitative research support for a variety of funded projects in the college. She also worked with researchers across campus providing expertise in NVIVO software and running focus groups.

Education

Ph D Nursing University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Milwaukee, WI
Graduate Certificate Women's Studies University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Milwaukee, WI
MSN Nursing Case Western Reserve University, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing Cleveland, Ohio
BSN Nursing Case Western Reserve University, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing Cleveland, Ohio
BS Education Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Ohio

Awards & Honors

Faculty/Staff Leadership Award (2010, May 12) UW-Milwaukee Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Resource Center.

Contracts & Grants

NIH PA-12-113 Research on the Health of LGBTI Populations (R21) NIH Grant Cary Costello, Sarah Morgan .
Family Caregiver Self-Management of the Unmet Needs of Persons with Dementia The Center for Enhancement of the Self-Management of Individuals and Families Grant Sarah Morgan .
Stipend for Undergraduate Research Fellow Office of Undergraduate Research Grant Sarah Morgan .
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Office of Undergraduate Research Grant Sarah Morgan .
The Family Caregiver Self-Management of the Unmet Needs of Persons with Dementia Grant Sarah Morgan .

Intellectual Contributions

Mkandawire-Valhmu, Lucy, Weitzel, J., Dressel, Anne, Neiman, T., Hafez, S., Olukotun, O., Kreutziger, S., Scheer, V., Washington, R., Hess, A., Morgan, Sarah, and Stevens, Patricia. “Enhancing cultural safety among undergraduate nursing students through watching documentaries.” Nursing Inquiry 26.1 (2019): e12270.
Daley, Barbara J., Beman, Sarah B., Morgan, Sarah, Kennedy, Linda, and Sheriff, Mandy. “Concept maps: A tool to prepare for high fidelity simulation in nursing.” Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 17.4 (2017): 17-30.
Daley, Barbara J., Morgan, Sarah, and Beman, Sarah B. “Concept maps in nursing education: A historical review and research directions.” Journal of Nursing Education 55.11 (2016): 631-639.
Daley, Barbara J., Morgan, Sarah, and Black, S B. “Concept Maps in Nursing Education: A Historical Literature Review and Research Directions.” The Journal of nursing education 55.11 (2016): 631-639.
Morgan, Sarah, and Stevens, Patricia. “Transgender identity development as represented by a group of transgendered adults.” Issues in Mental Health Nursing 33.5 (2012): 301-308.
Morgan, Sarah. Assessing Gains in Cultural Competence after Completing the Course “Cultural Diversity in Health Care”in From Speculation to Evidence: Examining Student Learning and Perceptions in General Education Courses. A collection of projects in the scholarship of teaching and learning by Center Scholars at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Ed. Schroeder, Connie S. University of Wisconsion - Milwaukee Center for Instructional and Professional Development, 2009.
Kovach, Christine R., Morgan, Sarah, Noonan, P.E, and Brondino, M. “Factors associated with successful implementation of a dementia comfort care intervention in nursing homes.” Journal of Nursing Care Quality 23.2 (2008): 132-139.
Morgan, Sarah, and Stevens, Patricia. “Transgender identity development as represented by a group of female-to-male transgendered adults.” Issues in Mental Health Nursing 29.6 (2008): 585-99.
Kovach, Christine R., Morgan, Sarah, Noonan, P E., and Brondino, M. “Using Principles of Diffusion of Innovation to Improve Nursing Home Care.” Journal of Nursing Care Quality. (2008).
Buseh, Aaron G., Stevens, P. E., McManus, P., Addison, J., Morgan, Sarah, and Millon-Underwood, Sandra. “Challenges and opportunities for HIV prevention and care: Insights from focus groups of HIV-infected African American men.” Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care 17.4 (2006): 3-15.

Presentations

Schiffman, Rachel F., Sawin, Kathleen J., Ryan, Polly A., Doering, Jennifer J., Rodgers, Beth L., and Morgan, Sarah. “Self-management Science Center.” Building Bridges to Research Based Nursing Practice. Milwaukee, WI. May 2011.
Morgan, Sarah. “Becoming More Culturally Competent.” Working Hand-in-Hand to Meet New Standards for Cultural Competency in Nursing. Milwaukee, WI. May 2010.
Morgan, Sarah. “Teaching Cultural Competence and Assessing if Students are Learning..” Living Nursing Scholarship: Research Theory and PRactice. Sioux Fall, SD. April 2010.
Morgan, Sarah. “Teaching Cultural Competence and Assessing if Students are Learning.” UW System Office of Professional and Instructional Development Spring Conference. Milwaukee, WI. April 2009.
Kovach, Christine R., Morgan, Sarah, and Brondino, M. “Factors Associated with Successful Implementation of a Dementia Comfort Care Intervention.” 60th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America. San Francisco, California. November 2007.
Morgan, Sarah. “The Development of the Caregiver Self-Management of Unmet Needs Intervention.” Sigma Theta Tau Biennial Convention. Baltimore. MD. November 2007.
Kovach, Christine R., Morgan, Sarah, and Brondino, M. “Using Principles of Diffusion of Innovation to Improve Nursing Home Care.” The Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting. San Francisco. CA. November 2007.
Kovach, Christine R., and Morgan, Sarah. “Community Implications for Assessing and Treating Discomfort in People with Dementia.” Interfaith Partners in Aging Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. October 2006.