Janet Monagle is an experienced nurse educator and manager with an expertise in adult nursing practice and community health. Other activities include participation in state-wide initiatives to promote the transition of ideas from education to practice. Background in the area of quality improvement promotes the vision of teamwork, collaboration, and data analysis. Research trajectory: Modeling to enhance clinical judgment development; Promotion of the culture of health through partnerships.
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Education and Chronic Illness
Salem State University
Master's of Science in Nursing Education
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Lawrence Memorial Hospital School of Nursing
Diploma in Nursing
Awards and Accomplishments
Faculty Scholars Program Award: Northeastern University 2016-2017
Certificate in Simulation Education: Drexel University August 2016
Faculty Development Award for Adult Nursing Practice Course: Modeling Salient Nursing Care to Enhance Learning; 2013
Certified Nurse Educator since 2007
Certificate of Completion in Quality and Safety in Nursing Education (QSEN) Faculty Development Institute: 2011
Legal Nurse Consultant certification, Fall, 2005
7th International Clinical Skills Conference in Prato, Italy oral presentation, May 2017. "Transition to Clinical Practice: What Can Academics Learn from New Graduate Nurses’ Experiences?”
American Nurses Association poster presentation- 2017 ANA Annual Conference: Translating Quality into Practice. "Work Environment and Clinical Judgment Development During the First Year of Nursing Practice: A multi site study"
Facilitator at “A Culture of Health- Building Healthy Communities Together” Third annual workforce statewide summit, September 30, 2016; Fort Devens, MA.
Speaker at “Preparing the Nursing Workforce to Transform Healthcare” Second annual workforce statewide summit, September 25, 2015; Fort Devens, MA.
Speaker and poster presentation on Academic Progression at Massachusetts Healthcare first annual workforce statewide summit, October 2, 2014; Fort Devens, MA.
Panel Member: Massachusetts Association of Registered Nurses Conference: Navigating Your Nursing Career- National and Statewide Implications of the IOM report on Nursing, October 19, 2013; Framingham, Ma.
Speaker: Massachusetts Action Coalition Summit: Advancing Nursing and Leading Change; September 25, 2013, West Boylston, Ma.
Virtual simulation vs. high fidelity simulation: Confidence and learning outcomes.
The effects of structured reflection for clinical judgment development in new graduates transitioning into practice. (Grant from Sigma Theta Tau Beta Psi Chapter)
Effect of modeling on clinical judgment development in nursing during simulation. (Grant from Hallmark Health Medical Association)
Monagle, J. L., Lasater, K., Stoyles, S., & Dieckmann, N. (2018). New Graduate Nurse Experiences in Clinical Judgment: What Academic and Practice Educators Need to Know. Nursing Education Perspectives (Wolters Kluwer Health), 39(4), 201-206. doi:10.1097/01.NEP.0000000000000336
Monagle, J.L. & Doherty, K.Q. (2014). Modeling salient nursing care to bridge classroom to clinical. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 4(8), 173-178.
Lusk, J. M., & Fater, K. (2013). A Concept Analysis of Patient-Centered Care. Nursing Forum, 48(2), 89-98. doi:10.1111/nuf.12019
NU 411 Community/Population Health
NU 211 Adult Medical Surgical Nursing
NU 306 Nursing Research
NU 408 Leadership and Management in Nursing