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Amy Miner

Assistant Professor & Interim Program Director for HSOL
Oregon Health & Science University
School of Nursing Portland Campus -SN-6N
3455 SW US Veterans Hospital Road
Portland, OR 97239
Phone: 503 494-2123
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EDUCATION

Ph.D., Oregon Health & Science University

M.S., University of California, San Francisco

B.S.N., University of San Francisco

Teaching

Health Systems & Organizational Leadership Program, Director:

Quality Science in Health Services and Academic Practice, Evidence Driven Clinical & Organizational Effectiveness, Creating Sustainable Organizations

Taking PhD & DNP students

Organizations

American Stroke Association Early Career Member
Sigma Theta Tau
American Association of Neuroscience Nurses

Practice

Consultant with American Stroke Association and Oregon Department of Health Services, Oregon Stroke Network Steering Committee, Outcomes Chairman, & Annual Symposium Organizer.

Research

Neuroscience Nurses Foundation (funded): Description and identification of the peripheral immune response trajectories over time in first time & recurrent stroke/TIA; Ross AM (PI); Lee, C (Co-investigator).

Sigma Theta Tau, Beta Psi Chapter (funded): Exploration of the peripheral immune response (PIR) and infection rates in first time and recurrent stroke/TIA. Ross, AM (PI).

Dissertation Research: Peripheral Inflammatory Response in TIA and Stroke (funded): Ross AM (PI)

Publications

Ross, D. A., Tao, S., Gultekin, S., & Ross, A. M. (in review). Lobar distribution of low grade oliogendroglioma: Distribution, molecular characteristics, and survival base upon location. Journal of Neuro-Oncology.

Ross, A. M. & Lee, C. S. (Conditionally Accepted). Description and identification of the peripheral immune response trajectories over time in first time & recurrent stroke/TIA. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing.

Li, K., Yan, T., You, L., Li, R., & Ross, A. M. (2014). International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health categories related to spinal cord injury nursing: a systematic review. Disability and Rehabilitation. February 24 online ahead of print. PMID: 24564326

Ross, A. M., Lee, C. S., & Brewer, M. (in press, August 2014). Peripheral Immune Response and Infection Rates in first time and recurrent stroke/TIA. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing.

Ross, A. M. Fotheringham, D., & Crusoe, K. (February 2014, online ahead of print). Re-valuing Nursing’s Currency: Shifting from a pattern of binary opposition to collaborative relationship. Nursing Education Today, 34, 687-690. DOI:10.1016/j.nedt.2014.01.007 PMID: 24529797

Ross, D.A., Yang, L., Sagher, O. & Ross, A.M. (2011). Radical resection of adult low grade oligodendroglioma without adjuvant therapy: Results of a prospective treatment protocol. Journal of Cancer Therapy, 2, 235-242.

Ross, A.M., Hurn, P., Preein, N. Wood, L., Carlini, W., & Potempa K. (2007). Evidence of the peripheral inflammatory response in transient ischemic attach patients. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease, 16, 203-207.

Gross, B.W., Dauterman, K.W., Moran, M.G., Kotler, T.S., Schnugg, S.J., Rostykus, P.S., Ross, A.M. (2007). A regional, rapid, interventional approach to shorten time to infarct artery patency in ST segment elevation myocardial infarction - The ASSET Group. American Journal of Cardiology, 99, 1360-1363.

Ross, A. M., Noone, J., Luce, L.L., & Sideras, S.A. (2009). NLN - Faculty toolkit for innovation in curriculum design. (2012). Spiraling EBP and outcomes management concepts in an UG curriculum: a Systematic Approach. Journal of Nursing Education, 48, 319-326.  Retrieved from: http://www.nln.org/facultyprograms/facultyresources/Toolkit_Innovation_Curriculum_Design/index.htm

Ross, A. M., Pate, M., Luce, L. L., & Cartwright, J. (2009). EBP to outcomes management: spiraled learning activities, Part VI.  Journal of Nursing Education, 48, 654-655.