School of Nursing

Beverly J. Hewett, PhD, RN

Beverly J. Hewett

Beverly J. Hewett, PhD, RN
Clinical Assistant Professor
School of Nursing
Idaho State University
921 S. 8th Avenue Stop 8101
Pocatello, ID 83209-8101
208-282-2182
hewebeve@isu.edu

Research Interests

  • Simulation
  • Geriatrics
  • Learner-centered Learning
  • Rurual Healthcare

Profile

Beverly Hewett, PhD, RN is an assistant clinical professor at Idaho State University School of Nursing. She has been a faculty member since 1992 and was the Learning Resource Center Coordinator until May 2009. She is the Coordinator of the Office of Professional Development (OPD) and is the primary investigator in a three year Health and Human Services Grant to increase nurse graduates' confidence and competence in the workplace.

Dr Hewett teaches at both the graduate and undergraduate programs. Her areas of interest are care of the elderly, simulation, and learner-centered learning, and rural healthcare.

She serves on the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) Board of Directors as VP of Communications and the Pocatello Free Clinic Board. Dr. Hewett received her PhD in Adult Education from the University of Idaho.

Scholarly Works

 


PUBLICATIONS

2012         Bushy, A., & Hewett, B. (2012). Simulation in nursing continuing education: The  wherefore’s and when-to’s. In D. Molinari, & A. Bushy (Eds.), The rural nurse: Transition to practice (pp. 305-322). New York: Springer Publishing

2010        Steiner, S. H., Hewett, B. J., Floyd, E., Lewis, N. C., & Walker, E. H. (2010). Creating a learner-centered environment in nursing education: An immersion experience. Journal of Adult Education, 39(1), 11-17.

2009        Pattillo, R., Hewett, B., McCarthy, M., & Molinari, D. (2009). Capacity building for simulation sustainability. Journal of Clinical Simulation in Nursing. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecns.2009.08.008


2006        Howlett, B., & Hewett, B. (2006). Securing and proctoring online tests. In Mary Hricko  & Scott Howell (Eds.), Online Assessment and Measurement: Foundations and  Challenges (pp. 300-329). Hershey: Information Science Publishing.


2002        Hewett, B., Kochniuk, L., Dalling, J., Batacan, J., & Brower, K. (2002). The Nurturing perspective: Facilitating self-efficacy. Journal of Adult Education, 30(1), 17-26.


Research, Scholarship, Creative Work


2011        Awarded: Non-Research Article of the Year 2011 from Clinical Simulation in Nursing Journal (title of article: Capacity Building for Simulation Sustainability)       

2011        Creating Capacity and Competency Building presented in a podium session at Western Regional HPSN conference, Seattle, Washington, August 19-20, 2011


2009        Resonating Relationships Between Nurses and Elders in Long Term Care; presented in a podium session at Rural Nursing Conference, Boise, Idaho, June 4-5, 2009


2009        Resonating Relationships Between Nurses and Elders in Long Term Care; presented in a poster session at Western Institute of Nursing Conference , Salt Lake City, Utah, April 22-24, 2009


2009        Simulation Laboratory Development: Existing Technologies to State of the Art presented in a poster session at Western Institute of Nursing Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 22- 24, 2009


2009        Resonating Relationships Between Nurses and Elders in Long Term Care; presented in a poster session at KCHP Research Day, Idaho State University, March 13, 2009


2009        Resonating Relationships Between Nurses and Elders in Long Term Care; presented in a poster session at Connecting the Dots Geriatric Conference. Durham, NC, April 1-3, 2009


2008        Hewett, B. (2008). Resonating Relationships Between Nurses and Elders in Long Term Care: A grounded theory study (dissertation)


IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY

921 South 8th Avenue
Pocatello, Idaho, 83209