Oregon Health & Science University
School of Nursing Monmouth Campus
345 N. Monmouth Ave.
Monmouth, Ore. 97361
My clinical practice includes critical care, emergency and forensic nursing. My research focuses on innovation and leadership in nursing education, including the application of complexity science and complexity leadership theory to the learning environment. I am also engaged in research on active learning methodologies, including simulation.
Education/Degree Awarded/InstitutionPhD (in progress) in Nursing and Health
Innovation, Arizona State University
Post-MSN in Nursing Education, Clarion University
MSN in Forensic Nursing, Duquesne University
BSN, Gannon University
TeachingOregon Health and Science University (2012-Present)
Penn State University, (2007-2012)
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, (2005-2007)
Service activitiesSigma Theta Tau, Beta Sigma (Nominations Committee)
Peer Reviewer, Online Journal of Nursing Informatics
PublicationsMiehl, N.J. (2011). Electronic health records in the simulated clinical environment. In D. McGonigle, & K. G. Mastrian (Eds.), Nursing informatics and the foundation of knowledge (second ed.). Sudbury, Mass.: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.
Miehl, N. (2010). The Three D's of Simulation: Development, Delivery and Debriefing. In K. Mastrian, D. McGonigle, W. L. Mahan, & B. Bixler, Integrating Technology in Nursing Education: Tools for the Knowledge Era. Jones and Bartlett.
**American Journal of Nursing 2010 book of the year for information technology