Teresa Gore

Teresa Gore, PHD, DNP

Director, College of Nursing

Associate Professor, College of Nursing

Assistant Dean of Experiential Learning/Simulation, Nursing

"Healthcare simulation allows learners to connect their actions and non-actions to patient outcomes. It is no longer acceptable to practice on patients. Patient safety must be first. I am honored to serve INACSL as President."

Education

  • PhD, Adult Education, Auburn University, 2014
  • Certificate, Simulation Education, Bryan LGH College of Health Sciences, 2010
  • DNP, Nursing, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2009
  • FNP, Family Nurse Practitioner, University of Alabama Birmingham, 2009
  • MSN, Nursing, University of Phoenix, 2001
  • BSN, Nursing, Jacksonville State University, 1987

Awards/Honors

  • Marie L. O'Koren Alumni Award for Innovation in Teaching (Nursing Chapter of UAB Alumni Society - 2013)
  • Outstanding Faculty Award (Auburn SGA - 2013)
  • Outstanding Faculty Award (Auburn SGA - 2010)
  • Outstanding Faculty Member (UAH College of Nursing - 2004)

Memberships

  • SNRS (Member, 2015 - Present)
  • AANP (Member, 2015 - Present)
  • FSNA (Member, 2015 - Present)
  • INACSL (President, 2015 - Present)
  • Phi Beta Phi Honor Society (Member, 2014 - Present)
  • SSH (Member, 2010 - Present)
  • ANA (Member, 2010 - Present)
  • Sigma Theta Tau International (Member, 2001 - Present)

Recent Publications

  • Howard, V., Leighton, K., & Gore, T. Simulation in Healthcare Education In R. Nelson & N. Staggers (Eds.). Health Informatics: An Interprofessional Approach. : 454-471
  • Gore, T. N. & Lioce, L. Creating effective simulation environments In B. Ulrich & B. Mancini, (Eds.). Mastering Simulation: A Handbook for Success. : 49-86
  • Pope, W. S., Gore, T., Renfroe, K. C. Innovative teaching strategy for maintaining academic integrity in simulation. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 3(7) : 30-35
  • Hunt, C. W., Curtis, A., & Gore, T. Using simulation to promote professional development of clinical instructors Journal of Journal of Nursing EducationNursing Education. , 2015.
  • Gore, T. Auburn University School of Nursing simulation program Auburn Speaks on Cyber. : 32-37, 2015.
  • Gore, T., Johnson, T. L., & Wang, C. Teaching leadership concepts in a multiple patient simulation scenario International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship. 12(1) , 2015.
  • Baggett, S. K., Gore, T., Sanderson, B. K., & Sankar, C. Teaching consistent hand hygiene: How can we improve? Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 4(1) : 200-207, 2014.
  • Rutherford-Hemming, T., Kardong-Edgren, S. Gore, T., Ravert, P., & Rizzolo, M. A. High-Stakes evaluation: Five years later Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 10(12) : 605-610, 2014.
  • Gore, T., Leighton, K., Sanderson, B., & Wang, C. Fidelity‚Äôs effect on student perceived preparedness for patient care. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 10(6) : e309-e315, 2014.
  • Pope, W. S., Baggett, S. K., Dubois, E. J. Martin, C. & Gore, T. Using visualization in simulation for infection control Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 10(12) : 598-604, 2014.
  • Gore, T. & Schuessler, J.B. Simulation policy development: Lesson learned Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 9(8) : e319-e322, 2013.