Research on Teaching & Learning and Healthcare Practices to Counteract Disruptions Caused by Pandemic

Recent research projects by School of Nursing & Healthcare Leadership Faculty, students, and MSUM staff and administration show the way to counteract disruptions caused by pandemic –
Singh, J., Albertson A, Sillerud B. Telemedicine during COVID-19 Crisis and in Post-Pandemic/Post-Vaccine World—Historical Overview, Current Utilization, and Innovative Practices to Increase Utilization. Healthcare. Link –
Singh, J., Singh, L., & Matthees, B. Establishing Social, Cognitive, and Teaching Presence in Online Learning – A Panacea in COVID-19 Pandemic, Post Vaccine and Post Pandemic Times. Journal of Educational Technology Systems. Link –
Singh, J., Evans, E., Reed, A., Karch, L., Qualey, K., Singh, L., & Wiersma, H. Online, Hybrid, and Face-to-Face Learning Through the Eyes of Faculty, Students, Administrators, and Instructional Designers: Lessons Learned and Directions for the Post-Vaccine and Post-Pandemic/COVID-19 World. Journal of Educational Technology Systems. Link –
Singh, J., Singh, L., & Steele, K. Combining the Best of Online and Face-to-Face Learning: Hybrid and Blended Learning Approach for COVID-19, Post Vaccine, and Post-Pandemic World. Journal of Educational Technology Systems. Link –
Singh, J. & Matthees, B. (2021). Facilitating Interprofessional Education in an Online Environment during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Mixed Method Study. Healthcare. Link –
Singh, J., Matthees, B. & Odetunde, A. (2021). Leaning Online Education during COVID-19 Pandemic -Attitudes and Perceptions of Non-Traditional Adult Learners. Quality Assurance in Education Journal. Link –