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Allen Hanberg, Ph.D., RN, CHSE

Assistant Professor

University of Hawaii Maui College
310 W. Kaahumanu Ave, Laulima 221
Kahului, HI 96732-1617
Ph: 808-321-7172
Fax: 808-419-6861
Email: ahanberg@hawaii.edu

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Biography

Dr. Allen D. Hanberg has more than 25 years of nursing experience and extensive national and international work with Human Patient Simulation. He holds national credentials as a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE). Dr. Hanberg’s research interests include simulation, patient safety, technologies in nursing practice, and nursing education.


Education

PhD, University of North Colorado
MS, University of Phoenix
BSN, Weber State University
ADN, Weber State University


Clinical Practice

Critical Care, Oncology, Human Patient Simulation, Nursing Education.


Research Focus

The Utilization of Human Patient Simulation and patient safety.


Recent Publications

Kardong-Edgren, S., Hanberg, A., Keenen, C., Ackerman, A., & Chambers, K. (2010). A Discussion on High Stakes Testing. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 14(7), 113-117.

Hanberg, A., Leners, D., & Roehrs, C. (2010). Integrating Human Patient Simulation in Nursing Education: Perceived Barriers and Recommendations for Best Practice. Nursing Education Perspectives.

Hanberg, A., Madden, C. (2010). Tech-Know-Logy: Using Multi-Modal Simulation Strategies to Bring Data Management and Patient Care Technologies to Life. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 12(2), 87-93.

Cohen, S…… Hanberg, A. (2009). Parto Pants. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. (In Press)
Hanberg, A., & Baraki, K. (2009, November) Seamless Simulation for Undergraduate Pedagogy and Practicum Alignment. Leader to Leader.

Hanberg, A. (2009). In Black and Hawks Medical-Surgical Nursing: Clinical Management for Positive Outcomes, 8th ed. Chapter 43; Thyroid and Parathyroid Disorders. St. Louis, MO. Elsevier.

Hanberg, A. (2009). In Black and Hawks Medical-Surgical Nursing: Clinical Management for Positive Outcomes, 8th ed. Chapter 44; Adrenal and Pituitary Disorders. St. Louis, MO. Elsevier.

Arnold, J., & Hanberg, A. (2009). Reviewing for a Journal. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 5(3S), S2.

Hanberg, A. (2009). Considering the Barriers to Simulation Integration in Nursing Education. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 5(3S), S7.

Hanberg, A., Brown, S., Hoadley, T., Smith, S., & Courtney, B. (2007). Finding Funding: the Nurse Educators Guide to Simulation Success. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 3(1).

Hanberg, A., & Brown, S. (2006). Bridging the Theory-Practice Gap With Evidence Based Practice. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing. 37(6), 364-367.

Hanberg, A. (2005). Common Disorders of the Pituitary Gland: Hyposecretions vs. Hypersecretion. Journal of Infusion Nursing. 28(1), 284-296.


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