Faculty and Staff
Nancy Hogan, PhD, RN, FAAN
Title/s: Distinguished Professor
Office #: BVM, Room 914, LSC
|PhD||Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois||1987|
|MSN||De Paul University, Chicago, Illinois||1978|
|BS||Rush University, Chicago, Illinois||1976|
PhD and Undergraduate research and philosophy courses.
Courses Taught, 2015-2016
GNUR 513 Qualitative Methods in Nursing
GNUR 361 Nursing Ethics
GNUR 432 Philosophical Bases of Nursing Science
GNUR 360 Professional Role Development: Researcher
Research/Scholarly Interests and Selected Publications
Generation of substantive theory using grounded theory methodology; constructing and validation of survey instruments. Substantive areas of study, adult and childhood bereavement process, on-going-attachment, implementation of theory and research into practice.
Burkhart, L. & Hogan, N. S. (2016). Spiritual Care in Nursing Practice (SCiNP). In Peterson’s Middle Range Theories: Application to Nursing Research, 4th ed.
Hogan, N. S. & Schmidt, L. (2016). Hogan Grief Reaction Checklist. In R. A. Neimeyer (Ed.) Techniques of Grief Therapy Vol. 2. New York: Routledge Press.
Hogan, N. S. & Schmidt, L. (2016). Inventory of Social Support. In R. A. Neimeyer (Ed.) Techniques of Grief Therapy Vol. 2. New York: Routledge Press.
Burkhart, L. & Hogan, N. S. (2015). Being a female veteran: A grounded theory of coping with transitions. Social Work in Mental Health. (13): 108-127.
Hogan, N.S., Schmidt, L. & Coolican, M. (2014). The bereavement process of tissue donor family members: Responses of grief, posttraumatic stress, personal growth, and ongoing attachment. Progress in Transplantation. 24(3), 288-293.
Hogan, N., Coolican, M & Schmidt, L. (2013). Giving meaning to the legacy of tissue donation for donor families. Progress in Transplantation. 23(2), 180-187.
Professional & Community Affiliations
|2009-present||Illinois Nurses Association|
|2009-present||American Nurses Association|
|2004-present||American Academy of Nursing|