LaDonna Hatley Dulemba
Indiana University East School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Hayes Hall 211
- University of Cincinnati, Doctorate of Nursing Practice, 2015
- Kent State University. Masters of Science in Nursing, Adult Health Nurse Practitioner, 1995
- Malone University, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 1992
Current Teaching Interests
- Concept-Based Curriculum Courses; RN-BSN students; Advanced Nursing Concepts
Current Scholarly/Research/Creative Work Interests
- Rural Health Concerns; RN-BSN Student Issues; Community Health Disparities
- Dulemba, L. & Breymier, T. (2017, November, Accepted Podium Presentation). To “E” or not to “E”? Utilizing an Electronic Defense to Measure Program Learning Outcomes. The 44th Annual National Conference of the Professional Nurse Educators Group: Forging Revitalization; Eliminating Gaps Between Nursing Science and Patient Care. Philadelphia, PA.
- Dulemba, L., Glazer, G, & Gregg, J. (2016). A needs assessment of COPD patients living in east-central Indiana and west-central Ohio. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care, 16(2).
- Dulemba, L. (2016, July, Podium Presentation). A needs assessment of COPD patients living in east-central Indiana and west-central Ohio. International Rural Nursing Conference. Rapid City, SD.
- Hendricks, S., Phillips, J., Narwold, L. Laux, M., Rouse, S., Dulemba, L., Makielski, M. & Halstead, J. (2012). Creating tomorrow’s leaders and innovators through an RN to BSN consortium curricular model. Journal of Professional Nursing, 28(3) 163-169.
Selected Previous Employment Positions
- Adult Health Nurse Practitioner & Adjunct Nursing Faculty, Radford University, 1996-1999
- Graduate Research Assistant & Adjunct Clinical Faculty, Kent State University, 1993-1996
Selected Academic Awards/Recognitions
- ILN Scholarship Award Recipient, 2013