Kimberly D. Shea

Kimberly D. Shea, PhD, RN, CHPN
Associate Clinical Professor of Nursing
Assistant Professor of Practice, College of Medicine – Phoenix
Assistant Director of Telenursing, Arizona Telemedicine Program
520-626-6076
Nursing
Room Number: 
447

Research and Clinical:

Research and Clinical Interest: 
Usability (feedback, persuasion, human factors, interface) of community-based technologies (telehealth, telemonitoring, mhealth, smart devices, health homes)
technology to support aging in place through safe applications, caregiver support, communication with providers; and transition from health-care systems.
technology intervention to motivate effective symptom managment - chronic and end-of-life palliation
Clinical Expertise: 
  • Hospice, Home Health, Respiratory, Rehabilitation, Informatics
All Funding: 
Funding Source
11/20/2014- 11/20/2015
A Telehealth Pilot: Real-Time Visualization Technology for Patient Assessment in the Home. Usability study on the use of iPad mini tablets for nurses to visualize patients to improve home health care.
Laurence B. Emmons Award, College of Nursing, University of Arizona
PI
6/15/2012-6/15/2013
Cognitive Mindfulness Intervention for Symptom Self-Care in Heart Failure Patients
Lawrence B. Emmons Award
PI
5/1/2010-4/30/2013
Health Performance, Benefit-Cost & Cost effectiveness of Green Retrofit Housing for Low-Income Seniors in Phoenix, AZ
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - Proposal ID:10056592.
Co-PI
9/29/2009-3/1/2013
Individualized Feedback Effectiveness in Heart Failure Home Telemonitoring
NIH/NINR-1K23NR011460-01
PI
7/1/2008-6/30/2011
KySS Fellowship for NPs in Underserved U.S.: Improving Child & Teen Mental Health
of Health Professions, Nurse Education and Retention Program -1 D11HP0971-01-00
Co-PI
11/16/2004-8/12/2007
Sociotechnical Influences on Telehomecare Outcome
NIH/NINR-5F31NR008825-03
PI
Publications: 
2014

Shea, K. Exploring the Influence of Patient Characteristics on Reactions and Behaviors when receiving Technology-Delivered Information at Home. Presented at the Council for Advanced
Nursing Science, Washington, DC Sept. 18, 2014

2014

Knight, E.P. & Shea, K. (2014) A Patient-Focused Framework Integrating Self-Management and Informatics. Journal of Nursing Scholarship. 46(2): 91-97. DOI: 10.1111/jnu.1205

2014

Shea, K. (2014) Telehealth Nursing. In Alexander, S. (Ed) Applied Clinical Informatics for Nurses. Jones & Bartlett Learning.

2012

Shea, K. (2012). Telehomecare communication and self-care in chronic conditions: Moving Toward a shared understanding. Worldviews on Evidence-based Nursing. 9(2):109-116.

2011

Shea, K. (2011) Guest Editorial: Home Health Telemonitoring: Don't forget the goal of self-care. Issues, Impacts and Insights Column. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI),15 (3). Available at http://ojni.org/issues/?p=861.

Shea, K. & Chamoff, B. (2011) Patient Reactions to Vital Sign Measures: Comparing Home Monitoring Technology to Face-to-Face. Home Health Care Manage Prac. DOI: 10.1177/1084822311411565

Richards, A & Shea, K. (2011). Delineation of Concepts associated with Self-care. Journal of Nursing Scholarship 43(3). DOI:10.1111/j.1547-5069.2011.01404.

Shea, K. (2011). Interactions and outcomes using the Social Relations Model in a healthcare group Social Science Journal, 48 (1) DOI:org/10.1016/j.soscij.2010.07.009.

2009

Effken, J., Young, M., McEwen, M., Vincent, D., Shea, K., Garcia-Smith, D.& Kang, Y. (2009) Application and Evaluation of the Ecological Psychology Approach to Instructional Design (EPAID), Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks.

2008

Shea, K & Effken, J. (2008). Enhancing Patients' Trust in the Virtual Home Health Nurse, CIN: Computers, Informatics and Nursing. May/June

2007

Shea, K. (2007). Sociotechnical Influences on Outcomes in Telehomecare, University of Arizona: College of Nursing Retrieved Oct. 15, 2011 from http://www.nursing.arizona.edu/Library/Shea_Kim.pdf

Shea, K. (2007). Social Relations Modeling in Telehomecare. American Medical Informatics Association Research Conference Proceedings: Biomedical and Health Informatics from Foundations to Applications, Distinguished poster abstract, November 12.

2006

Lamb, G. S. & Shea, K. (2006). Nursing Education in Telehealth, Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare. 12(2): 55-6.

2004

Shea, K. (2004). The Impact Study: Magnitude versus Target Analysis in Outcomes Measures. Communicating Nursing Research Conference Proceedings, 37, 257.

 

2003

Shea, K., & Brewer, B. B. (2003). The Impact Study: Measurement of patient outcomes. Communicating Nursing Research Conference Proceedings, 36, 109

2001

Effken, J. & Shea, K. (2001). Effects of Task Goal On Learning to Use an Instructional Computer Simulation. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI). Vol. 5, No. 1, [Online]. Available at http://www.hhdev.psu.edu/nurs/ojni/effects_of_task_goal.htm.

1990

Shea, K. (1990) Respite care for the elderly, by the elderly. Public Health Journal, Jan/Feb 211

Honors and Awards: 
2010: President's Award for Innovation Arizona State University
2010: Geriatric Nurse Leadership Academy Mentor for technology-based home application
2007: Alumni Award University of Arizona, College of Nursing
2007: Best poster nomination - Social Relations Modeling in Telehomecare, American Medical Informatics Association annual conference
2006: Best Conference Poster Finalist: Western Institute of Nursing
2006: Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Sigma Theta Tau International, Beta Mu Chapter
2004-07: Susan Ben-Asher Newton Scholarship,Southern Arizona Foundation
2004: Fabulous Fifty Nurses Award, Tucson Nurses Week Foundation
2000: Outstanding Thesis Award, University of Arizona, College of Nursing
Education: 
Institution/LocationDegreeAttendedField of Study
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721
PhD
2007
Philosophy/Nursing
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721
MS
2000
Nursing
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721
BS
1989
Nursing
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721
BS
1980
Public Administration