Danielle Leone-Sheehan, MS, RN, joined the School of Nursing at Endicott College in the fall of 2019. Leone-Sheehan is an experienced clinical nurse with a background in critical care nursing. She is currently completing her Ph.D. in Nursing at Boston College. Research interests include: Spiritual knowing in nursing, theory development, and innovative approaches to nursing pharmacology education.
Master of Science in Nursing
Saint Anselm College
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Awards & Recognition
2018: Marlene Turkel Scholarship for the Advancement of Caring Science Research, awarded through the International Association for Human Caring
2018-2019: Intensive Care Unit Nurses‚ Experience of Watson‚ Theory of Human Caring Caritas Process Three: Cultivation of One‚ Own Spiritual Practices and Transpersonal Self, Going Beyond Ego-Self. Boston College, Doctoral Dissertation. Funding: Sigma Theta Tau, Epsilon Tau-at-Large and Marlene Turkel Scholarship for the Advancement of Caring Science Research.
Willis, D. G., & Leone-Sheehan, D. (2019). Spiritual knowing: Another pattern of knowing in the discipline. Advances in Nursing Science, 42(1), 58-68. doi: 10.1097/ANS.0000000000000236
Preston, P., Leone-Sheehan, D., & Keys, B. (2019). Nursing student perceptions of pharmacology education and safe medication administration: A qualitative research study. Nurse Education Today, 74, 76-81. doi: 10.1016/j.nedt.2018.12006
Willis, D. G., & Leone-Sheehan, D. (2017). Jean Watson: Watson`s philosophy and theory of transpersonal caring. In M. R. Alligood (Ed.), Nursing theorists and their work (ninth ed.). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier Mosby.
NU 307 Pharmacology