The College of New Jersey

Apply     Visit     Give     |     Alumni     Parents     Offices     TCNJ Today     

Curriculum Vitae

 

CURRICULUM VITAE
NAME: Carole Ann Kenner, PhD, RN, FAAN

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 2000 Pennington Road
206 Loser Hall
Ewing, NJ 08628-0718

EMAIL ADDRESSES: kennerc@tcnj.edu
ceo@coinnurses.org

WORK TELEPHONE & FAX: 609-771-2591; FAX 609-637-5159
WORK TITLE: Carol Kuser Loser Dean/Professor, School of
Nursing, Health and Exercise Science
President, Consultants with Confidence, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer/Secretary, Council of
International Neonatal Nurses, Inc.

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION: Ohio RN 21-14-2918 08/31/17
Indiana 28082942A 10/31/15
Kentucky 1066680 10/31/15
Illinois 041317747 05/31/16
Oklahoma R0079892 Biennial No: K6096014
09/30/15
Massachusetts RN2262899 9/19/16
New Jersey 26NR17203700 5/31/16
Pennsylvania RN667410 04/30/16

CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY: Ohio: COA# NS-2100 08/31/15

CERTIFICATION: NCC Neonatal Intensive Care
September, 1982, June, 1985, June, 1988, May,
1991, May, 1994, June, 1997, February, 2000,
November, 2002-March, 2006, March 2006-2009,
March 2009-2012, March 2012-2015
NCAST Certification, August, 1989

HOME ADDRESS: 2110 Yardley Road,
Yardley, PA 19067

HOME TELEPHONE: 267-392-5637
HOME FAX: 267-392-5637
CELL: 405-684-1476
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION:

1972-1976 Univ. of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
B.S.N.
1982-1983 Indiana University, Indianapolis,
Indiana M.S.N.
(Specialty: Perinatal CNS/Neonatal NNP Masters)
1984-1988 Indiana University, Indianapolis,
Indiana D.N.S./PhD
(Minor: Curriculum Design and Higher Education)
2000-2001 Clayton College of Natural
Healing NWC
(Natural Wellness Certificate)
2008 Harvard Kennedy School of Government
Executive Education: Women & Power:
Leadership in a New World

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

1976-1978 Staff Nurse, Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
1978-1978 Staff Nurse, Bethesda Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio
1978-1980 Staff Nurse, Children’s Hospital Medical Center,
Cincinnati, Ohio
1980-1983 Ass’t Head Nurse, Children’s Hosp. Med. Center
Cincinnati, Ohio
1983-1986 Staff Nurse, Children’s Hospital Medical Center,
Cincinnati, Ohio
1983-1987 Instructor, Univ. of Cincinnati, College of Nursing
& Health Cincinnati, Ohio
1987-1990 Ass’t Professor, Univ. of Cincinnati, College of
1987-1991 Nursing & Health, Cincinnati, Ohio
1990-1991 Associate Professor, Univ. of Cincinnati, College
of Nursing & Health, Cincinnati, Ohio
1991-1993 Nse Administrator/Co-owner, Welcome Home
Nurses, Inc., Milford, Ohio
1991-1993 Instructor, American Health Care Institute, Silver
Spring, MD
1991-2001 Professor, Univ. of Cincinnati, College of Nursing
1991-2002 & Health, Cincinnati, Ohio
1991-1992 Interim Dept. Head-Parent Child Nursing, Univ of
Cincinnati, College of Nursing & Health, Cincinnati, Ohio
1992-1999 Dept. Head-Parent Child Nursing, Univ of
Cincinnati,
College of Nursing & Health, Cincinnati, Ohio
1997-2000 Nurse Consultant, Hill-Rom Company, Batesville,
Indiana
1997-1998 Vice President/Secretary, Consultants with
Confidence, Inc. Milford, Ohio
1998-1999 Consultant for Education Programs, National
Association of Neonatal Nurses, Petaluma,
California
1998- present President, Consultants with Confidence, Inc.
Yardley, PA
1999-2000 Director for Education and Programs, National
1999-2001 Association of
Neonatal Nurses, Des Plaines, Illinois
1999-2000 Associate Director – Office for International
Affairs, Univ of Cincinnati, College of Nursing,
Cincinnati, Ohio
1999-2001 Adjunct Professor, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
1999-2001 Professor/Director – Center for International Affairs,
Univ of Cincinnati, College of Nursing,
Cincinnati, Ohio
1999-2011 Consultant, Excelsior University, Online Program,
Albany, NY
2000-2010 Adjunct Professor, Case Western Reserve
University, Cleveland, Ohio
2000 Senior Manager, Association Management Center,
Glenview, IL
2000-2004 Associate Dean for Academic
Advancement/Professor Clinical
Nursing/Director of Graduate Studies, Director,
Center for Learning Excellence, Univ. of IL at
Chicago College of Nursing, Chicago, Illinois
2001-2004 Adj Faculty, Univ. of Phoenix, Online Program,
Phoenix, AZ
2003 Copy Editor, Western School/Specialty Catalog
Corp., South Easton, MA
2003-present End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium
(ELNEC) Trainer in Pediatric Palliative Care,
Washington DC: AACN and City of Hope
National Medical Center
2004-2009 Dean & Professor, The University of Oklahoma
College of Nursing Health Sciences Center,
Oklahoma City, OK
2009-2010 Professor, The University of Oklahoma College of
Nursing Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma
City, OK
2004-2009 Deputy Director, Joanna Briggs Collaborating
Centre for Evidence Based Practice, The
University of Oklahoma College of Nursing,
Oklahoma City, OK
2005-2006 Executive Director Council of
International Neonatal Nurses (COINN),
Edmond, OK
2007-2010 Adjunct Faculty, University of Missouri-Kansas
City, Doctoral Faculty, Kansas City, MO.
2010-2014 Dean/Professor, School of Nursing, and Associate
Dean Bouvé College of Health Sciences,
Northeastern Univ. Boston, MA.
2012-present Chief Executive Officer, Council of International
Neonatal Nurses (COINN), Yardley, PA,
USA
2014 Professor, School of Nursing Bouvé College of
Health Sciences, Northeastern University,
Boston, MA.
2014-2015 Adjunct, School of Nursing Bouvé College of
Health Sciences, Northeastern University,
Boston, MA.
2014-present Carol Kuser Loser Dean/Professor School of
Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science, The
College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS:

Publications: (+ = data based, * = peer reviewed)

*Kenner, C., & Brueggemeyer, A. (1984). Hirschsprung’s Disease: Current Trends and
Practices. Neonatal Network. 3(1), 7-16.
*Brueggemeyer, A., & Kenner, C. (1985). Use of Thrombolytic Medications in the Neonate. Neonatal Network. 4(3), 34-37.
*Werner, R., Kenner, C., & Brueggemeyer, A. (1986). Surviving Academia. Nursing Outlook,
34(2), 97-98.
*Kenner, C., & Werner, R. A. (1986). Child Care: An Innovative Strategy to Increase Conference Participation. The Journal of Continuing Education, 17(5), 155-156.
*Hern, M., Emerson, L.A., & Kenner, C. (1986). Congenital Heart Disease. Computer Assisted Instruction Module, Cincinnati: University of Cincinnati College of Nursing and Health, Copyright University of Cincinnati.
*Gunderson, L., & Kenner, C. (1987). Socialization of NICU Nurses Through the Use of Mentoring, Clinical Nurse Specialist, 1(1), 20-24.
*Gunderson, L., & Kenner, C. (1987). Neonatal Stress: Physiologic Adaptation and Nursing Implications. Neonatal Network, 6(1), 37-42.
*Gunderson, L.P., & Kenner, C. (1988). Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitoring: Description and Clinical Application. Neonatal Network, 6(6), 7-14.
*Kenner, C., & Hern, M. (1988). Writing a Nursing Diagnosis for the Complex Client-An Infant with a Congenital Heart Defect. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 3(4), 256-264.
*Kenner, C. (1988). Parent Transition from the Newborn Intensive Care Unit to Home. Unpublished Dissertation. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana University.
*Gunderson, L.P., & Kenner, C. (1988). Socialization of Newborn Intensive Care Unit Nurses Through the Use of Mentorship. Neonatal Network, 7(2), 7-13.
*+Kenner, C. (1989). Parent Transition from the Newborn Intensive Care Unit to Home. (Abstract). Journal of Perinatology, 10(1), 117.
*Kenner, C. (1990). Issue editor: Surgical issues in clinical practice: The forward. Journal of Perinatal & Neonatal Nursing, 3(3), vi.
*Gunderson, L.P., & Kenner, C. (eds.). (1990). CE Program for Care of the 24-25 week gestational age infant: Small baby protocol. Monograph. Petaluma, California: Neonatal Network.
Kenner, C. (1990, Spring). Perinatal grief and loss. Footprints. Perinatal Team Newsletter. Cincinnati, Ohio: University Hospital.
*+Croop, L., & Kenner, C. (1990). Protocol for Reverse Neonatal Transports. Neonatal
Network, 9(1), 49-53.
*+Kenner, C. (1990). Caring for the NICU Parent. Journal of Perinatal & Neonatal Nursing,
4(3), 78-87.
*Kenner, C., & Berling, B. (1990). Nursing in genetics: Current and emerging issues for practice and education. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 5(6), 370-374.
*+Kenner, C., & Lott, J.W. (1990). Parent Concerns After Discharge from the NICU. Neonatal Network, 9(2), 31-37.
*Kenner, C. (1991). Measuring Neonatal Assessment. Neonatal Network, 9(4), 17-22.
*Kenner, C. (1991). Tools of Neonatal Assessment. Maternal-Child Nursing Currents.38(1), 3.
*Kenner, C. (1991). Genetic Risks and Other Hazards for the NICU Nurse. Neonatal Network, 10(1), 37-40, 49-51.
*+Hern-Underwood, M., & Kenner, C. (1991). Leadership Behaviors of Pediatric Nurse Managers. Pediatric Nursing, 17(6), 587-589.
*Gunderson, L.P., & Kenner, C. (1992). Case management in the newborn intensive care unit.
AACN Clinical Issues in Critical Care Nursing, 3(4), 769-776.
*+Flandermeyer, A., Kenner, C., Spaite, M.E., & Hostiuck, J. (1992). Transition from Hospital to Home. NANN Update. Neonatal Network, 11(5), 62-63. Invited article.
*+Flandermeyer, A., Kenner, C., Bragg, L., & Campinha-Bicot, J. (1992). Nursing Care of Women Who Abuse Alcohol. Medical Surgical Quarterly, 1(1), 122-139.
Kenner, C., McGee, K., DeGreg, C., & Flandermeyer, A. (1992). Postpartum Depression (Letter to the Editor). JOGNN, 21(4).
Flandermeyer, A., & Kenner, C. (1992). Building a research team, Part I. NANN Update, Neonatal Network, 11(4), 53-55. Invited Article.
*+Flandermeyer, A., Kenner, C., Spaite, M., & Hostiuck, J. (1992). Recommendations for practice, Part III. Neonatal Network, 11(6), 84-85. Invited Article.
*+Kenner, C., Lott, J., Flandermeyer, A., Kotagal, U., Spiering, K., Spangler, L., & Darling, P. (1992). Issues and controversies: The home visit. Neonatal Network, 11(8), 46-47. Invited Article.
Kenner, C., & Flandermeyer, A. (1992). The staff nurse and the research team (Letter to the Editor). Neonatal Network, 11(7), 62.
Flandermeyer, A., & Kenner, C. (1991). Benefits of role models in nursing. NANNEWS, 4(2),
1,7. Invited Article.
*+Lott, J.W., Anderson, E.R., & Kenner, C. (1993). Role Stress and Strain Among Non-doctorally Prepared Undergraduate Faculty in a School of Nursing with a Doctoral Program, Journal of Professional Nursing, 9(1), 14-22.
*+Kenner, C., Flandermeyer, A., Spangler, L., Thornburg Darling, P., Spiering, K., & Kotagal,
U. (1993). Transition From Hospital To Home For Mothers and Babies. Neonatal Network,
12(3), 73.
Kenner, C., & Lott, J.W. (1993). Ask the Experts: Neonatal Infections. AWHONN Voice,1(1),
8.
*+Prows, C., Shortridge, L., Kenner, C., & Lemasters, G. (1993). Nature and Prevalence of Ribavirin Aerosol Administration in U.S. Pediatric Hospitals. Journal of Pediatric Nursing,8(6), 30-375.
*Lott, J.W., & Kenner, C. (1994). Keeping Up with Neonatal Infections: Designer Bugs, Part I.
MCN, 19(4), 207-213.
*Lott, J.W., & Kenner, C. (1994). Keeping up with Neonatal Infection Designer Bugs, Part II.
MCN, 19(5), 264-271.
*Kenner, C., & Hetteberg, C. (1994). Nursing Challenges in the Care of Very Low Birth Weight Infants (<1,000 grams). AACN Clinical Issues, 5(3), 231-241.
*Kenner, C. (1995). Use of Professional Organizations for Political Action. JPNN , 9(1), 78-88.
*Wekselman, K., Spiering, K., Hetteberg, C., Kenner, C., & Flandermeyer, A. (1995). Fetal Alcohol Syndrome From Infancy through Childhood: A Review of the Literature. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 10(5), 296-303.
*+McKim, E.M., Kenner, C., Flandermeyer, A., Spangler, L., Thornburg, P.D., & Spiering, K. (1995). The Transition to Home for Mothers of Healthy and Initially Healthy Newborns. Midwifery, 11, 184-194.
Kenner, C. (1996). “Professional development for leadership positions”. Invited Paper. Central Lines, 12(3), 16.
*+Schorry, E.K., Hetteberg, C.G., Amlung, S.R., & Kenner, C.A. (1996). Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) Prevention Study: Preliminary Results. (Abstract.) The American Journal of Human Genetics, 59(4), A104.
*+Fowler, B.A., Kenner, C., Briggs, J.L., Cheatham, D.F., & Henson, J. (1997). Cross-training: A Rural Experience. Mother-Baby Journal, 2(2), 30-38.
*Kenner, C., & D’Apolito, K. (1997). Outcomes for Children Substance-Exposed In-Utero JOGNN Clinical Issues, 26(5), 595-603.
*Kenner, C. (1998). Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue: The Holistic Perspective. Holistic Nursing Practice, 12(3), 55-63. Invited paper.
*Hess, D., & Kenner, C. (1998). Families Caring for Children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: The Nurse’s Role in Early Identification and Intervention. Holistic Nursing Practice, 12(3), 47-54. Invited paper.
*+Alteneder, R.R., Kenner, C., Greene, D., & Pohorecki S. (1998). The Lived Experience of Women Who Undergo Prenatal Diagnostic Testing Due to Elevated Maternal Serum Alpha-Fetoprotein Screening. MCN, 23(4), 180-186.
*Kenner, C., Altimier, L., & Hess, D. (1998). New Career Opportunities in Neonatal Nursing. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 13(5), 317-325. Invited paper
*Gamblian, V., Hess, D., & Kenner, C. (1998). Early Discharge from the NICU. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 13(5), 296-301 Invited paper.
*+Kenner, C. (1998). Perinatal Substance Users: Identification and Intervention. (pp. 29-30). Proceedings of the Working Group on Prevention of Risk Drinking in Pregnancy. Bethesda, MD: National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and the Office of Research on Women’s Health, National Institutes of Health and the Interagency Coordinating Committee on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
*Kenner, C. (1998). National Coalition for Health Professional Education in Genetics (NCHPEG). AACN Clinical Issues: Advanced Practice in Acute and Critical Care, 9(4), 582-587.
*+Kennedy, S.J., Blough, R.A., Kenner, C.A., & Walker, M.E. (1998). An Assessment of Two Training Interventions Designed to Increase The Knowledge of Obstetrical Nurses and Nurse-Midwives About the Maternal Serum Triple Screen. Prenatal Diagnosis, 18(7), 713-720.
*+Hetteberg, C., Prows, C., Deets, C., Monsen, R., & Kenner, C. (1999). National Survey of Genetics Content in Basic Nursing Preparatory Programs in the United States. Nursing Outlook, 47(4), 168-174.
Kenner, C., & Amlung, S. (1999) Continuing Education Home Study Module On “Fetal Alcohol Syndrome”, Roseville, CA: National Center for Continuing Education, Inc.
*Kenner, C., & Amlung, S. (1999). Neonatal Nursing and the Genetics Revolution. JPNN, 13(2), 90-98.
*+Altimier, L., Warner, B., Kenner, C., & Amlung, S. (1999). Value Study. Neonatal Network, 18(4),35-38.
*Kenner, C., Dreyer, L., & Amlung, S. (1999). Newborn Genetic Screening: Blessing or Curse? Neonatal Network, 18(7), 11-20.
*+Prows, C.A., Latta, K.K., Hetteberg, C., Williams, J.K., Kenner, C., & Monsen, R.B. (1999). Preparation of Undergraduate Nursing Faculty to Incorporate Genetics Content into Curricula. Biological Research for Nursing, 1(2), 103-107.
*Kenner, C., Dreyer, L , & Amlung, S. (2000). The Substance Dependent Neonate. Journal of Intravenous Nursing, 23(2)105-111.
Kenner, C. (2000). HIV Infant. A continuing education module. Des Plaines, IL: NANN.
Kenner, C., & Amlung, S. (2000). Management of the Substance Exposed Neonate. A continuing education module. Des Plaines, IL: NANN.
*Kenner, C., & Dreyer, L. (2000). Prenatal and Neonatal Testing and Screening: A Double Edged Sword Nursing Clinics of North America, 35(3), 627-642. Invited article.
*+Schaffer, P., Vaughn, G., Kenner, C., Donohue, F., & Longo, A. (2000). Revision of a Parent Satisfaction Survey Based on the Parent Perspective. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 15(6), 373-377.
Kenner, C. (2000). Editorial: Developmental Care: The New Wave in Care of the Newborn.
Online Journal of Clinical Innovations, 3(6), 1-3. http/www.cinahl.com/cexpress/ojcionline3/editors.htm
Kenner, C. (2000). Knowledge Management and Nursing Education. Eknowledge Center.com.
Conway-Orgel, M., & Kenner, C. (2001). NANN’s Commitment to Palliative Care. Central
Lines, 17(1), 9-10.
Kenner, C. (2001). National Coalition for Health Professional Education in Genetics: Core
Competencies. Central Lines, 17(1), 15.
Lott, J.W., Kenner, C., & Strodtbeck, F. (2001). Baby Michael’s Story. Newborn and Infant
Nursing Reviews, 1(1), 4-5.
Strodtbeck, F., Kenner, C., & Lott, J.W. (2001). Baby Ivory’s Story. Newborn and Infant
Nursing Reviews, 1(1), 73-74.
Kenner, C. (2001). Newsflash. Newborn and Infant Skin Issue. Newborn and Infant Nursing
Reviews, 1(1), 3.
Kenner, C., Lott, J.W., & Strodtbeck, F. (2001). Postscript. Newborn and Infant Skin Issue Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews, 1(1), 68-69.
Kenner, C., Lott, J.W., Strodtbeck, F., & Walden, M. (2001). Postscript. Neonatal and Infant Pain Issue. Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews, 1(2), 132-133.
Kenner, C. (2001). Newsflash. Pain Issue. Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews, 1(2), 3.

Top
Save the NEW date of Friday, November 13th, 2020 for the School of Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science 50th Anniversary GalaLearn More