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Publications

  • Smith-Stoner, M., M. Hall-Lord, B. Hedelin and K. Petzäll. 2011. Nursing students' concerns about end of life in California, Norway, and Sweden. International Journal of Palliative Nursing 17: 271-277.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. and M. Hand. 2011. A Disciplined Analysis of Postmortem Care in California Hospitals. MEDSURG Nurse.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2011. Teaching Patient-Centered Care During the Silver Hour. Online Journal of Issues In Nursing.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2011. Developing New Writers: Answering the Call for Student Manuscripts. Dimensions in Critical Care Nursing.

  • Smith-Stoner, M., E. Gombar and S. Mitchell-Mattera. 2011. 10 Organizational Characteristics That Prevent Falls in Home Healthcare and Hospice. Home Healthcare Nurse.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2011. Video Broadcasting in Home Healthcare. Home Healthcare Nurse.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn, ML. Hall-Lord, B. Hedelin and K. Petzall. 2010. Preparing Patients for Death: Coping of Nursing Students in Three Countries. Presented at International Multidisciplinary Forum on Palliative Care, November, in Budapest, Hungary.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. and M. Molle. 2010. Collaborative action research: Implementation of cooperative learning. Journal of Nursing Education: 312-318.

  • Smith-Stoner, M., M. Hand and R. Foley. 2010. Patients with cancer: experiences of medication management. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing;12(2): 99-106.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2010. Use of Make-up to Enhance Fidelity During Simulation. Nurse Educator.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2010. Web-Based Broadcast Simulation: Expanding Access to Learning. Nurse Educator: 266-70.

  • Smith-Stoner, M., K. Halquist and B. Glaeser. 2010. Nursing education challenge: A student with cancer. Teaching and Learning in Nursing.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2009. Instructional Technology & Online Resources: 10 Years of Kissing Frogs. Presented at TechEd Conference, March, in Ontario, California.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2009. Simulation in Death and Dying: The Silver Hour. Presented at Magic In Teach & Annual Clinical Simulation Conference, CINHC, March, in Los Angeles, CA.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2009. Integrating simulation and other technologies into geriatric nursing curriculum. Presented at Connecting the Dots: Geriatric Nursing, Education, and Clinical Simulation, April, in North Carolina.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2009. Simulation in Death and Dying: The Silver Hour. Presented at Presentation atInternational Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers, June, in St. Louis, MO.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn and M. Hand. 2009. A Disciplined Analysis of California Post Mortem CARE Policies. Poster. Presented at Western Institute of Nursing Research, April, in Salt lake city, Utah.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn and M. Hand. 2009. A Disciplined Analysis of California Post Mortem Care Policies. Presented at 20th International Nursing Research Congress Focusing on Evidence-Based Practice, Sigma Theta Tau, Summer 2009, Summer, in N/A.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2009. Web-based broadcast of simulations. Nurse Educator.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2009. Using high-fidelity simulation to educate nursing students about end-of-life care. Nursing Education Perspectives 115-120.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2008. Reflections on Group Learning: The Ugly and Not so Ugly. Presented at 11th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, April, in California.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn, E. Mena and J. Texiera. 2008. Utilizing Home Care Nursing Services to Optimize Outcomes for Oncology Patients. Presented at Oncology Nursing Society 33rd Congress, May, in Philadelphia, PA.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2008. Patient Simulators and ELNEC Content: Death Education Comes to Life. Presented at American Association of Colleges of Nursing Masters’ Conference, N/A, in New Port Beach, CA.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2008. Evidence Overload: How Nurse Educators can Help Students self assess readiness for learning. Presented at California Association of Colleges of Nursing/California Organization of Associate Degree Nursing Fall Conference, October, in Sir Francis Drake Hotel, San Francisco, CA.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn and M. Hand. 2008. Patients With Cancer: Experiences of Medication Management. Presented at Accepted for podium presentation and presented after blind peer review at the Joint Southern California Sigma Theta Tau Odyssey, N/A, in Cerritos, California.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2008. Let international travel transform you. American Nurse Today: 26-7.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. and A. Veitz. 2008. The role of home care nurses in high risk genetic cancer screening. Home Healthcare Nurse: 96-101.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. and M. Hand. 2008. A criminal trial simulation: Pathway to transformative learning. Nurse Educator: 118-121.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2007. Medication Management of Late Stage Cancer Patients (poster). Presented at Oncology Nursing Society, Annual Research Conference, February, in Hollywood California.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2007. Enhancing Master’s Education Through Public Policy Simulations. Presented at American Association of Colleges of Nursing. Master’s Conference, February, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn and P. Spencer. 2007. Lessons from the implementation of cooperative learning. Presented at 2007 Regional Conference on Excellence in Teaching and Learning, April, in Fresno, CA.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn and P. Frank. 2007. Discussion Facilitator: Evidenced Based Practice for Recruiting and Retaining Home Care Nurses Oncology Nursing Society. Presented at Annual Research Conference of Oncology Nursing Society, April, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2007. Spiritual and Religious Care: Atheists to Zoroastrians. Presented at Annual Research Conference, American Holistic Nurses Association, May, in Reno, Nevada.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2007. Spiritual Care Planning for all: Atheists to Zoroastrians. Presented at Annual Research Conference, California Hospice Foundation, May, in Reno, Nevada.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2007. Concern About Dying and Professionalism Across the Globe & Use of Simulators in Nursing Education. Presented at Gjøvik University College, August, in Gjøvik, Norway.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2007. International model of end-of-life spirituality: myth or reality? Presented at IX Conferencia, Iberoamericana Educacion en Enfermeria, September, in Toledo, Spain.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. and N. Young. 2007. Spiritual needs of Wiccan, Pagan and nature Spiritualists at End of Life. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing: 279-286.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. and J. Markley. 2007. Home Healthcare Nurse Recruitment and Retention:Texas Tips for Retaining Nurses. Home Healthcare Nurse: 198-205.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2007. End-of-life preferences for atheists. Journal of Palliative Medicine: 923-8.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2006. End-of-life needs of Atheists, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (poster). Presented at N/A, April, in San Diego, CA.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2006. Genetics Basics. Presented at San Gorgonio Pass Memorial Hospital, N/A, in Banning, CA.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2006. End-of-life needs of Buddhists (poster). Presented at 16th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, September, in Montreal, Canada.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2006. End-of-Life Preferences for Members of Atheists and Buddhist Belief Systems. Presented at Mayo Clinic Spiritual Scare Research Conference, November, in N/A.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2006. A day in home care (poem). Home Healthcare Nurse: 336.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2006. Considerations for Buddhists clients in home care. Home Healthcare Nurse: 459-467.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2006. Phowa: End-of-life Ritual Prayers Tibetan Buddhists. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing: 357-363.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2006. Caring for patients of diverse religious traditions. Home Healthcare Nurse.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2005. Comparison of End-of-Life Preferences for Buddhists in North and South America. Presented at Death, Dying and Disposal Conference, University of Bathe, September, in England.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2005. Online Games in Higher Education. Presented at International Conference on Higher Education, University of Hawaii, January, in Hawaii.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2005. End-of-Life needs of patients who practice Tibetan Buddhism. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing: 228-233.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. and D. Rutledge. 2005. Ten statistics you should know. Home Healthcare Nurse: 183-187.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. and A. Willer. 2005. Innovative use of the Internet and intranets to provide education by adding games. Computers, Informatics, Nursing : CIN: 237-241.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2004. Instructional Methods for Promoting Academic Integrity. Presented at International Conference on Higher Education, January, in University of Hawaii.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2004. Ten steps to prepare your agency for conducting research. Home Healthcare Nurse: 775-778.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2004. Ten steps to developing university and agency partnerships:working in the rain. Home Healthcare Nurse: 1-14.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2004. Home care nurses' perceptions of agency and supervisory characteristics. Home Healthcare Nurse.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2003. Ten ways to retain per diem staff. Home Healthcare Nurse: 579-82.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. and A. Willer. 2003. Video streaming in nursing education. Nurse Educator: 66-70.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. and M. Oliver. 2003. Ten palliative home care resources. Home Healthcare Nurse: 731-73.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2003. 10 uses for personal digital assistants in home care. Home Healthcare Nurse: 797-800.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2002. Designing an Online Assessment Course. Presented at Online conference on Teaching Online in Higher Education. Purdue University. http://as2.ipfw.edu:591/fmpro?-db=postscript&-format=PostAComment/2002tohe/carter-wells.htm&webpage=008&-Find, November, in Purdue University, Indiana.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 2002. Student Perceptions of Turnitin.com, http://www.ipfw.edu/as/tohe/2002/abstracts/stoner.htm. Presented at Online conference on Teaching Online in Higher Education, November, in Purdue University, Indiana.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2002. There's still no place like home. Home Healthcare Nurse: 657-62.

  • Mwangi, R. and M. Smith-Stoner. 2002. Ten things that a home health nurse needs to know in taking care of a female who has undergone female circumcision. Home Healthcare Nurse: 30-5.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 2001. Technology today: Health tips for computer users. Home Healthcare Nurse: 787-9.

  • Weber, T. and M. Smith-Stoner. 2000. Developing theory using emergent online inquiry. .

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 1999. 10 tips for thinking in a new way: getting ready for whatever comes next. Home Healthcare Nurse: 76-8.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 1999. Another 10 tips to think more critically. Home Healthcare Nurse: 146-7.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 1999. Workday solutions. Critical thinking improves team effectiveness. Home Healthcare Nurse: 14-6.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 1999. Language - as important as documentation. Home Healthcare Nurse: 350-2.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 1999. A plan to improve agency performance: flying with OASIS, ORYX, and other challenges! Home Healthcare Nurse: 423-4.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 1999. 10 things to do when the surveyor picks you! Home Healthcare Nurse: 555-6.

  • Smith-Stoner, M. 1999. Managing your career. Communicating with your supervisor: How to be heard. Home Healthcare Nurse: 631-3.

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 1999. Long-term care documentation and reimbursement. Englewood, Colo

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 1999. Critical thinking activities for nursing. Philadelphia

  • Smith-Stoner, M. and A. Frost. 1999. How to build your "hope skills." Nursing 29: 49-51.

  • Smith-Stoner, M., V. Jendresen, H. LaMonte and T. Weber. 1998. Students as Mentors of Technology. .

  • Smith-Stoner, Marilyn. 1998. Critical thinking activities for nursing. Baltimore, MD

  • Smith-Stoner, M. and A. Frost. 1998. Coping with grief and loss. Nursing 28: 48-50.

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Educational Background

  • 2000 – Ph.D., California Institute of Integral Studies (Transformative Learning)

  • 1995 – MSN, CSU Dominguez Hills (Nursing)

  • 1985 – BSN, CSU Dominguez Hills (Nursing)

  • 1978 – ADN, College of the Desert (Nursing)

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Grants

  • Travel grant to China

  • Summer research grant

  • Professors Across Borders.

  • Professors Across Borders.

  • Community Assessment with Desert Samaritans for the Elderly, Intramural Grant

  • Advanced Cancer patients narratives regarding medication management.

  • CSUF Service Learning: Civic Engagement

  • CSUF International Travel Award 2004 – partial support for trip to Thailand

  • Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association

  • CSUF Intramural Award for creative teaching– project related to Turnitin.com

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Positions & Honors

  • 2010- present – Nurse Scientist, Kaiser Permanente

  • 2007 – HPNA Member Appreciation honor HPNA member who has gone “above and beyond” in assisting HPNA in requisite association-related activities during the year., HPNA

  • 2005 – Outstanding Faculty Award International Education, California State University, Fullerton

  • 2004 – Faculty Award Outstanding Scholarly and Creative Activity., California State University, Fullerton

  • 2004 – Fulbright-Hayes Group Scholarship to Thailand, January 2004. , College of Human Development Community Service.

  • 1982 – Outstanding Achievement Award: Governor's Employment of the Handicapped: 1982 International Year of the Disabled Person.,

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Collaborators, Advisors & Advisees

  • Hedelin, B – Gjovek College and Karlstad University

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