Perry M. Gee, PhD
Disclosures: Nothing to disclose - 11/03/2021
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Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Nursing Science and Health Care Leadership

Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, University of California, Davis, May 2014.  Dissertation topic: Electronic Personal Health Records: Perceptions of the Chronically Ill. Area of focus, Consumer Health Informatics.

 

Master of Science, Physiologic Nursing and Nursing Informatics
University of Utah, May 1997. Salt Lake City, UT. Thesis topic: Electronic Health Records for Home Care Nursing. (honors: Phi Kappa Phi)

 

Bachelor of Science, Nursing

Montana State University, May 1992. Bozeman, MT. (honors: Sigma Theta Tau)

 

Associate Degree, Nursing,

Laramie County Community College, May 1984. Cheyenne, WY.

 

Certifications

Certified Professional in Electronic Health Records (CPEHR), Health IT Certification, January 2006.

 

NextGen Certified Professional, NextGen Healthcare, October 2009.

 

LICENSES

Registered Nurse, Utah 1993-present #264166-3102 (exp 1/22)

Public Health Nurse, California 2010-2020 #80487

Registered Nurse (inactive), California, Idaho, Montana, Washington, Wyoming

 

SCHOLARSHIPS/FELLOWSHIPS

Doctoral Scholar, Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at the University of California, Davis (full tuition, fees & stipend).

 

Honors

Fellow, American Academy of Nursing (FAAN), Washington DC, October 2021

 

“Intermountain Healthcare Academic Research Faculty Appointment” Associate Professor, Salt Lake City, UT, December 2020

 

“Stanford Medicine X Symplur™ Research Challenge” First prize, Stanford School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA, September 2017

Dean’s Research and Scholarship Award” Idaho State University, School of Nursing, December 2014

 

“Excellence in Nursing Education Award” May 7, 2014. Nurses Day Event, Shasta Regional Medical Center, Redding, CA

 

“Health Care Hero” June 26, 2014. Selected as a health care leader in Northern California. Redding Record Searchlight, Redding, CA.

 

Exploration of the e-patient phenomenon in nursing informatics”one of the top 25 articles of the year Nursing Outlook 2012

 

“Professor of the Year, 2008-2009” Simpson University, Redding, CA

 

Current FACULTY APPOINTMENTS

April 2021 to present

University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV

Adjunct Assistant Professor. PhD Committee Member

 

December 2020 to present

Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, UT

Associate Professor of Research

 

December 2019 to present

University of California, Irvine, School of Nursing, Irvine, CA

Adjunct Assistant Professor. Instruction in healthcare economics.

 

August 2016 to Present

University of Utah, College of Nursing, Salt Lake City, UT

Adjunct Assistant Professor. Instruction, committee membership and student mentorship in the Informatics graduate nursing program.

 

Healthcare and PROFESSIONAL Experience

Nov 2018 to Present

Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, UT

System Nurse Scientist and Associate Professor of Research. Hired as the first nurse scientist for the organization. Conduct independent research, advise on research and promotion of evidenced-based practice for Intermountain Healthcare.

 

May 2015 to Nov 2018

Dignity Health, San Francisco, CA

System Nurse Scientist. Working with the VP of Nursing Research and Nursing Informatics and hired as the first nurse scientist for the organization. Have conducted independent research, advised on research and promoted evidenced-based practice for Dignity Health.

May 2016 to Nov 2019

Edison College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ

Adjunct Assistant Professor. Nursing Informatics instruction and curriculum development.

 

August 2014 to May 2015

Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID

Assistant Professor of Nursing. Instruction and curriculum development of courses in Medical-surgical nursing, leadership, clinical simulation and health informatics in the graduate and undergraduate nursing programs.

 

January 2014 to August 2016

California State University, Chico

Assistant and Adjunct Professor. Instruction and curriculum development of Informatics and leadership courses in the Master of Science and Bachelor of Science of nursing programs.

 

August 2012 to December 2013

Simpson University, Redding, CA (as a PhD student)

Dean, School of Continuing Studies/Chief Nurse Administrator RN to BSN track program. Administration of the university’s degree completion programs; RN to BSN Nursing, Liberal Studies, Organizational Leadership, Business and Human Resources Management, Psychology and Administration of the RN to BSN program.

 

July 2010 to September 2014

University of California, Davis, CA (as a PhD student)

Faculty, Health Informatics Certificate program. Instruction and curriculum development of Clinical Decision Support, Consumer Health Informatics and Introduction to Health Informatics in the Health Informatics Certificate program at UC Davis Extension.

 

September 2011 to May 2013 (as a PhD student)

Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, University of California, Davis, CA

Teaching Assistant Health Informatics Graduate courses/Research Assistant.

 

January 2007 to December 2013

Simpson University, Redding, CA

Adjunct Professor RN to BSN program. Instruction of Nursing Research, Informatics, Nursing Leadership and Management and Health Care Economics in the Bachelor of Science of Nursing completion program.

 

 

 

 

September 2006 to September 2010

Hill Physicians Medical Group/Primed Management, Inc., San Ramon, CA

EHR Software Developer II. Responsible for the design, development and troubleshooting of high-priority and clinical specialty EHR software at Hill Physicians Medical Group and Catholic Healthcare West facilities.  Working directly with the EHR development team in all aspects of EHR design, development, testing and implementation.

 

October 2004 to September 2006

Shasta Community Health Center, Redding, CA

Director of Organizational Informatics. Using Project Management skills to direct the implementation of an Electronic Health Record in a large FQHC community health center utilizing all phases of the systems development life cycle. Development and implementation of multiple disease management databases. 

 

January 2002 to December 2004

Shasta College, Redding, CA

Nursing Instructor/Assistant Director. Working directly with the Dean of the Center for Human Development in the Assistant Director role for the Associate Degree Nursing program at Shasta College. Also, full time nursing faculty teaching final semester Nursing Leadership, Informatics, and Management and adult Medical Surgical Nursing.

 

January 2002 to December 2004

Holy Names University, Oakland, CA

Adjunct Faculty. Instruction in the RN to BSN nursing program.

 

April 1997 to October 2004

Dignity Health - North State Region, Redding, CA

Clinical Informatics Specialist. Directing a team of clinical information analysts and programmers in the development, implementation of clinical information systems for a multi-hospital region in Northern California.

 

July 1995 to April 1997

Intermountain Health Care (IHC), Salt Lake City, UT

Nursing Informatics Specialist/Clinical Electronic Reference Information Specialist (Clinical Consistency Project)

Charged with the design, implementation and project management of an enterprise-wide (23 hospital) electronic reference information system.

 

September 1994 to June 1995

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Teaching Assistant Informatics Program. Assistance with teaching of the graduate program of nursing informatics at the University of Utah College of nursing during the 94-95 school year.

April 1994 to July 1995

Total HomeCare, Inc., Salt Lake City, UT

Director of Nursing. Direction of patient care services and clinical budget for an agency serving home care clients in the Salt Lake City area.

 

June 1993 to April 1994

University of Utah Hospital, Salt Lake City, UT

Charge Nurse/ Staff Nurse, Neuro Critical Care. Patient care of critically ill neurological and neurosurgical clients.

 

January 1992 to June 1993

Saint Vincent Hospital and Health Center, Billings, MT

Nurse Manager Critical Care. Management and budget responsibility of a 23-bed medical/surgical ICU and 30-bed telemetry areas including the management of over 160 professional patient care staff.

 

June 1986 to January 1992

Deaconess Medical Center, Billings, MT

Assistant Manager ICU, ICU Charge Nurse/Staff Nurse, Cardiac Catheterization Lab, DEACARE Flight/Field Nurse

 

May 1984 to June 1986

Kalispell Regional Hospital, Kalispell, MT

A.L.E.R.T. Flight Nurse, ICU Staff/Charge Nurse, Medical/Surgical Staff/Charge Nurse

 

GRANTS/Contracts

1.      “A Longitudinal Examination of Acute Care Nurse Burnout and Work-Related Outcomes" (co-PI). (2018-2019).  Dignity Health/Arizona State University Strategic Initiatives Program, (funded $136,672).

 

2.      “Improving Clinical, Behavioral and Psychosocial Type 1 Diabetes Outcomes with an Online Peer Health Intervention: A Pilot Study,” (co-PI). (2017-2018). University of Utah, Diabetes and Metabolism Center, (funded $30,000).

 

3.      “Tier III - Comparative effectiveness of online peer support for diabetes treatment approaches,” (co-PI). (2017-2018). Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Pipeline to Proposal Award, (funded $50,000).

 

4.      “Tier II - Comparative effectiveness of online peer support for diabetes treatment approaches,” (co-PI). (2016-2017). Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Pipeline to Proposal Award, (expected - funded $25,000).

 

5.      “Utilizing Information Technology in the Management and Treatment of diabetes” (co-PI). (2016-2017). Idaho State University, Collaborative Partnership Grant, (funded $38,681).

 

6.      “Tier I - Comparative effectiveness of online peer support for diabetes treatment approaches,” (co-PI). (2015-2016). Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Pipeline to Proposal Award with Deborah Greenwood (Co-Investigator), (funded $15,000). (First PCORI award in the State of Idaho)

 

7.      “Healing Presence Pilot,” (Co-investigator). (2014-2015). Dean’s Research and Scholarship Award, Idaho State University, (funded $4,000).

 

Peer ReviewED Publications

1.      Kelly, L. A., Weston, M & Gee, P. M. (2021). A nurse leaders guide to reducing burnout: Strategies to reduce well-being. Nurse Leader, 19(5) p 467-473. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mnl.2021.03.012

 

2.      Gee, P. M., Gibbs, H. A., Sieczka, M. J. & Knapp, H. (2021). Human trafficking Readiness for Clinicians: Content Validation. Urban Studies and Public Administration, 4 (3), doi:10.22158/uspa.v4n3p13

 

3.      Rylee, T. L., Patmon, F., Holder, D., Woodworth, J., Anderson, M. & Gee, P. M. (2021). Nurse, Parent, and Nurse Leader Perspective on Adoption of iPads for Pediatric Preoperational Anxiety Reduction, Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, (IN PRESS)

 

4.      Johnson, W. G., Gee, P. M., Kelly, L. A., & Butler, R. J. (2021). The effect of electronic medical records on nurses’ job satisfaction: A multi-year analysis. Urban Studies and Public Administration. 4(3), 1-12, doi: 10.22158/uspa.v4n3p1

 

5.      Kelly, L. A., Gee, P. M., & Butler, R. (2021). Impact of Nurse Burnout on Organizational and Position Turnover. Nursing Outlook. 69(1), 96-104. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.outlook.2020.06.008

 

6.      Miller, L. M. S., Gee, P. M. & Katz, R. A. (2021). The importance of understanding COVID-19: The Role of Knowledge in Promoting Adherence to protective behaviors. Frontiers in Public Health, 9:581497, doi:10.3389/fpubh.2021.581497.
 

7.      Litchman, L.L, Walker, H.R., Fitzgerald, C. Gomez Hoyos, M., Lewis, D. & Gee, P.M. (2020). Patient-driven diabetes technologies: Sentiment and Personas of the #WeAreNotWaiting and #OpenAPS movements. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. https://doi.org/10.1177/1932296820932928

 

8.      Rylee, T. L., McIlreevy, J. & Gee, P. M. (2020). Interdisciplinary Optimization of Admission Documentation: Reducing the Bloat. Computers Informatics Nursing. Published online Dec 1. DOI: 10.1097/CIN.0000000000000695

 

9.      Kelly, L. A., Gee, P. M., Ryan, H., & Weston, M. (2019). Rethinking Resilience. Nurse Leader. 17(5): 461-465 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mnl.2019.01.005.

 

10.  Litchman, M.L.., Wawrzynski, S. E., Woodruff, W.S.., Arrington J., Nguyen, Q., & Gee, P. M. (2019). Continuous glucose monitoring in the real-world: Photosurveillance of #Dexcom on Instagram. Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) Public Health and Surveillance. 5(2):e11024 DOI:10.2196.10720).

 

11.  Greenwood, D. A., Litchman, M.L., Ng, A. H., Gee, P. M., Young, H. M., Ferrer, M., Ferrer, J., Memering, C. E., Eichorst, B., Scibilia, R., Soederberg Miller, L. M. (2019). Development of the Intercultural Diabetes Online Community Research Council: Codesign and Social Media Processes. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. Published online 1/7/2019. DOI:10.1177/1932296818818455

 

12.  Litchman, M.L., Walker, H. R., Ng, A. H., Wawrzynski, S. E., Oser, S. M., Greenwood, D. A., Gee, P. M., Lackey, M., & Oser, T. K. (2019). State of the science: a scoping review and gap analysis of the diabetes online community. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. DOI: 10.1177/1932296819831042

 

13.  West, P. & Gee, P. M. (2018). Building a resilient workforce: Promoting joy in clinical nursing. Frontiers of Health Services Management. 35(2). DOI: 10.1097/HAP.0000000000000044
 

14.  Litchman, M. L., Lewis, D., Kelly, L. A., & Gee, P. M. (2018). Twitter Analysis of #OpenAPS DIY Artificial Pancreas Technology Use Suggests Improved A1C and Quality of Life. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. Published online 9/10/2018. DOI: 10.1177/1932296817709797

 

15.  Litchman, M. L., Snyder, C., Edelman, L. S., Wawrzynski, S. E., & Gee, P. M. (2018). Diabetes online community user perceptions of successful aging: Analysis of a #DSMA Tweet chat. Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) Aging (1)1:e10176.DOI: 10.2196/10176

 

16.  Xu, X., Litchman, M. L., Gee, P. M., Whatcott, W., Chacon, L., Holmes, J. & Srinivasan, S. S. (2018). Predicting Prediabetes Through Facebook Postings: Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) Research Protocols (7)12. DOI: 10.2196/10720

 

17.  Lewis, J. A., Gee, P. M., Ho, C. L. & Soederberg Miller, L. M. (2018). Why do Older Adults With Type II Diabetes Join an Online Community? Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) Aging (1)1:e10649.DOI: 10.2196/10649

 

18.  Gee, P. M. Knapp, H., Miller, K.P., Welton, J., Cavallero, T. Truong, R., Chiu, C., Horsthius, O., Hallisy, M., & Patmon, F. L. (2017). Validity and Reliability of an Alcohol Withdrawal Clinical Assessment Scale for Use with Acutely Ill Patients: An Abbreviated Version of the CIWA-Ar. International Journal of Research in Nursing, 8(2), 17-22, DOI: 10.3844/ijrnsp.2017.17.22.

 

19.  Greenwood, D. A., Gee, P. M., Fatkin, K. J. & Peeples, M. (2017). A systematic Review of Reviews Evaluating Technology-Enabled Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. Published online 5/31/2017. DOI: 10.1177/1932296817709797

 

20.  Patmon, F. L. , Gee, P. M., Ryley T. L. & Readdy, N. L. (2016). Nurses' Perception of Using Interactive Patient Engagement Technology (iPET) in Clinical Practice. Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR). 18(11) e298. doi: 10.2196/jmir.5667.

 

21.  Gee, P. M. & Patmon, F. L. (2016). Leveraging the Power of “eHealth”. AADE in Practice, May, doi:10.1177/2325160316639024.

 

22.  Gee, P. M., Greenwood, D. A., Paterniti, D. A., Ward, D., & Miller, L. M. S. (2015). The eHealth enhanced chronic care model: A theory derivation approach. Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR), 17(4) e86. doi: 10.2196/jmir.4067

 

23.  Gee, P. M., Paterniti, D. A., Ward, D., & Miller, L. M. S. (2015). e-Patients perceptions of using PHRs for self-management support of chronic illness. Computers Informatics Nursing, 33(6), doi: 10.1097/CIN.0000000000000151.
 

24.  Gee, P. M., Greenwood, D. A., Kim, K. K., Perez, S. L., Staggers, N., & Devon, H. A. (2012). Exploration of the e-patient phenomenon in nursing informatics. Nursing Outlook, 60(4), e9-e16. doi: 10.1016/j.outlook.2011.11.005

 

25.  Gee, P. M. (1997b). The internet. Part-II. A home care nursing clinical resource. Home Healthcare Nurse, 15(3), 175-180.

 

26.  Gee, P. M. (1997a). The internet--a home care nursing clinical resource: Part I. Home Healthcare Nurse, 15(2), 115-121.

 

27.  Gee, P. M., & Gee, J. M. (1996). Medicare's outcome and assessment information set: An opportunity for home health automation. Healthcare Information Management Systems Society, 10(2), 37-42.

 

Additional Publications and Media

28.  Suttie, J. (2021). Can practicing gratitude boose nurses’ resilience? Greater Good Magazine. The Greater Good Scinee Center at the University of California, Berkeley. https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/can_practicing_gratitude_boost_nurses_resilience

 

29.  Wood, E. (2021). Support Programs Multiply as Pandemic Strains Health Systems. OR Manager, 37(3) p 1, 6-11.

 

30.  Gee, P. M. & Thompson, R. (August 2020) Nurse Burnout Amid a COVID-19 Pandemic. Overcoming Burnout, Find Your Forward: Resources for Advocacy and Resilience https://nursingcentered.sigmanursing.org/find-your-forward/view/burnout

 

31.  Gee, P. M. (August 2020) Using Personal Resilience to Enhance Nurse Well-being. Overcoming Burnout, Find Your Forward: Resources for Advocacy and Resilience https://nursingcentered.sigmanursing.org/find-your-forward/view/burnout

 

32.  Gee, P. M. (August 2020). Mitigating PTSD, Find Your Forward: Resources for Advocacy and Resilience, Sigmt Theta Tau International https://nursingcentered.sigmanursing.org/find-your-forward/view/ptsd

33.  Cheney, C. (2020). Healthcare worker well-being and resilience summit: Three big ideas. HealthLeaders Media, October 26, 2020. https://www.healthleadersmedia.com/clinical-care/healthcare-worker-well-being-and-resilience-summit-three-big-ideas

 

34.  Gee, P. M (May 2020) Honoring nurses then and now. Reflections on Nursing Leadership. May 7, 2020. https://nursingcentered.sigmanursing.org/features/more-features/honoring-nurses-then-and-now

 

35.  Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists (2020). The importance of Peer Support. https://www.diabeteseducator.org/living-with-diabetes/Tools-and-Resources/peer-support

 

36.  Litchman, M. (March 2019). Evidence on why you should consider online peer support. Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists. https://www.diabeteseducator.org/news/perspectives/aade-blog-details/adces-perspectives-on-diabetes-care/2019/03/21/evidence-on-why-you-should-consider-online-peer-support

 

37.  Gee, P.M. (2018). Dignity Health Clinician Well-being Commitment Statement. National Academy of Medicine. https://nam.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Dignity-Health_Commitment-Statement.pdf

 

Books/Book Chapters

38.  Gee, P. M. & Litchman, M., (2021) The use of social media in nursing: Pitfalls and opportunities. In C. J. Huston, (Ed.) Professional issues in nursing: Challenges and opportunities (6th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

 

39.  Gee, P. M. & Litchman, M., (2019) The use of social media in nursing: Pitfalls and opportunities. In C. J. Huston, (Ed.) Professional issues in nursing: Challenges and opportunities (5th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

 

40.  Gee, P. M., (2016) The use of social media in nursing: Pitfalls and opportunities. In C. J. Huston, (Ed.) Professional issues in nursing: Challenges and opportunities (4th ed., pp. 164-178). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

 

Professional PODIUM Presentations – Health Informatics

41.  “Peer Support Communities for Self-Management Support: Research Trends.” Gee PM. 2019 American Association of Diabetes Educators Annual Conference” Houston, TX, August 2019.

 

42.  “Technology for Diabetes Self-management: The Opportunity for eHealth in Vietnam” Gee PM, Tra Vinh University School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Nursing, Tra Vinh Provence, Vietnam, June 2018. (Invited speaker)

 

43.  Maximizing Technology to Bridge Care Transitions: Apps, Information Exchange & EMRs.  Main-stage Panel Discussion” Litchman, M., Tran, MJ & Gee, PM. Stanford Medicine X, Stanford, CA. September 2017.

 

44.  #WeAreNotWaiting, #medicalhacking, and other non-approved FDA activities"? Main-stage Panel DiscussionLitchman, M., Lewis, D., Ferrer, M., & Gee, P M., Stanford Medicine X, Stanford, CA. September 2017.

 

45.  “The e-Community: How eHealth can engage people and providers” Litchman, M, Head, R, Gabel, H., & Gee, PM. American Association of Diabetes Educators, Indianapolis, IN. August 2017.

 

46.  Tweet Me into Old Age: Aging with the Diabetes Online Community” Litchman, M, Gee, PM, & Schneider, C. Western Institute of Nursing 50th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Denver, CO. April 2017.

 

47.  “Focused Rapid Ethnographic Evaluation (FREE): Gathering High-Quality Nursing Informatics Research Data in the Complex Clinical Environment” Gee, PM, Patmon, FL, and Rylee, TL. American Nursing Informatics Association (ANIA) Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. March 2017

 

48.  “Clinical Decision Support, Patient Engagement and Research DisseminationGee, PM. Dignity Health 301 Informatics Academy, Phoenix, AZ. December 2016. (invited speaker).

 

49.  “Using the EHR to Develop and Validate an Alcohol Withdrawal Scale: A Validity and Reliability Study” Gee, PM. 2016 Cerner Health Conference, Kansas City, KS., November 2016.

 

50.  “Biomedical and Technological Advances in NursingGee, PM. Foundations for Leadership Excellence: Achieving Excellence, Nurse Leaders of Idaho Annual Leadership Symposium, Meridian, ID. November 2016. (invited speaker).

 

51.  “Examining the role of eHealth technologies in promoting engagement and chronic disease self-management for the older adult.” Gee PM., Managing Chronic Disease in Older Adults, Missoula, MT. October 2016. (Invited speaker)

 

52.  “Nursing 2.0: The nurse’s role in technology and patient engagement” Gee PM., Leadership in Education and Practice (LEAP) Conference, Boise, ID. September 2016. (Invited speaker)

 

53.  “This Isn’t Your Grandparent’s Computer: Improving the Health of Older Adults through Innovative Technology.  Main-stage Panel Discussion” Patmon, FL, Litchman, M., Snider, C. & Gee, PM. Stanford Medicine X, Stanford, CA. September 2016.

 

54.  “Where are the Nurses? Main-stage Panel DiscussionFulmer, T, Gee, P M., Toner, B. & Ressler, R. Stanford Medicine X, Stanford, CA. September 2016.

 

55.  “The e-Community: How eHealth can engage people and providers” Greenwood, DA & Gee, PM, & deBronkart, D. American Association of Diabetes Educators, San Diego, CA. August 2016. (Invited speaker)

 

56.  “Introducing iPET: Interactive Patient Engagement Technologies” Gee, PM, Patmon, FL, & Rylee, TL. iHealth – American Medical Informatics Association, Minneapolis, MN. May 2016.

 

57.  “Biomedical and Technological Advances in NursingGee, PM. Foundations for Leadership Excellence: Achieving Excellence, Nurse Leaders of Idaho Annual Leadership Symposium, Coeur d’Alene, ID. April 2016. (invited speaker).

 

58.  “Engaging in Self-Management Support Through Social Media” Greenwood, DA & Gee, PM. Western Institute of Nursing 49th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Anaheim, CA. April 2016.

 

59.  “Biomedical and Technological Advances in NursingGee, PM. Foundations for Leadership Excellence: Achieving Excellence, Nurse Leaders of Idaho Annual Leadership Symposium, Boise, ID. Nov 2015. invited speaker.

 

60.  Online social support for older adults with type 2 diabetesGee, P M., Greenwood, D.A. & Miller, LMS. Stanford Medicine X, Stanford, CA. September 2015.

 

61.  “Biomedical and Technological AdvancesGee, PM. Foundations for Leadership Excellence: Achieving Excellence, Nurse Leaders of Idaho Annual Leadership Symposium, Pocatello, ID. May 2015.

 

62.  A proposed e-health model based on the experiences of chronically ill adults using electronic personal health recordsGee, P M., Greenwood, DA., Paterniti, DA., Ward, D. & Miller, LMS. Stanford Medicine X, Stanford, CA. September 2014.

 

63.  “Use of Electronic Personal Health Records for Self-management Support: An e-Health Model Based on a Qualitative Study of Chronically Ill AdultsGee, P M., Greenwood, DA., Paterniti, DA., Ward, D. & Miller, LMS. International Rural Health and Rural Nursing Conference, Bozeman, MT. July 2014.

 

64.  Use of Electronic Personal Health Records: Perceptions of the Chronically Ill AdultGee, PM., Paterniti, DA., Ward, D. & Miller LMS. Western Institute of Nursing 47th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Seattle, WA. April 2014.

 

65.  “Using Electronic Personal Health Records for Self-management Support: Perceptions of the Chronically Ill AdultGee, PM., Paterniti, DA., Ward, D. & Miller LMS. Sigma Theta Tau International Kappa Omicron Chapter 13th Biennial Research Conference at California State University, Chico, CA. March 2014.

 

66.  “Using Personal Health Records for Self-Management Support: Perceptions of the Chronically Ill Adult” in Optimizing Care of the Community-Dwelling Older Adult through Translational Research, Gee, PM., Gerontological Society of America’s 66th Annual Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 2013.

 

67.  “Exploring the e-Patient Phenomenon in Diabetes Education” Gee, PM & Greenwood, DA, Webinar: American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE), October 2013.

 

68.  “Nursing Informatics: Expectations for the Practicing Nurse” Gee, PM., Shasta College, Redding, CA, September 2013.

 

69.  “Using Technology for Chronic Illness Self-Management Support “Gee, PM., Simpson University Academic Faculty Annual Workshop, Redding, CA, August 2013.

 

70.  “The e-Patient Revolution, Personal Health Records and Diabetes Self-Management Support “Greenwood, DA & Gee, PM., American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 2013.

 

71.  “Nursing Informatics: Competencies for the Practicing Nurse” Gee, PM., Northern California Professional Nurse Network lecture series, Simpson University, Redding, CA, March 2013.

 

72.  “Exploring the e-Patient phenomenon in Nursing” DeVon, HA, Gee, PM, Greenwood, DA, Kim, KK, Perez, SL & Staggers, N, Sigma Theta Tau International 23rd International Nursing Research Congress, Brisbane Australia, August 2012.

 

73.  “Introduction to Health Informatics” Gee, PM., Interdisciplinary Health Informatics Group, School of Health Sciences, University of California, Davis, CA, February 2012.

 

74.  “Principles of On-line Nursing Education” Gee, PM., Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, University of California, Davis, CA, October 2011.

 

75.  “Introduction to Nursing Informatics” Gee, PM., School of Nursing, University of Sacramento State University, Sacramento, CA, October 2011.

 

76.  “Exploring Wisdom in the Context of the e-Patient Phenomenon and Nursing Informatics” Gee, PM. & Perez, S., Interdisciplinary Graduate and Professional Student Symposium, University of California, Davis, CA, April 2011.

 

77.  “Informatics for Nurse Leaders: Clinical Decision Support” Gee, PM., School of Health Sciences, University of California, Davis, CA, April 2011.

 

78.  “Relational Database Design and Development using Structured Query Language (SQL)” Gee, PM., Hill Physicians Medical Group, San Ramon, CA, May 2008.

 

79.  “Case Study of EHR Implementation at Shasta Community Health Center” Gee, PM., California Healthcare Foundation, Annual Health Care Information Technology Conference. San Francisco, CA, November 2004.

 

80.  “Using Personal Digital Assistants in Nursing Education” Gee, PM., Northern California Nursing Faculty Annual Conference. Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey, CA, April 2004.

 

81.  “Using Technology to Support Nursing Education” Gee, PM., Northern California Nursing Faculty Annual Conference. Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey, CA, April 2003.

 

82.  “Developing Nursing Outcomes for Home Care Nursing (Keynote)” Gee, PM., Montana Association of Home Health Agencies. Red Lodge, MT, May 1997.

 

83.  “Development of an Enterprise-wide On-line Electronic Medical Reference System: Experiences of Intermountain Health Care. (Workshop)” Hougaard, J., Gee, P.M., and Childs, C. American Medical Informatics Association. Washington, DC, November 1996.

 

Professional PODIUM Presentations – Resileince and Wellbeing

 

84.  “From Disillusionment to Joy” Gee PM. Nephrology Nurses Association, Salt Lake City, UT October 2021(Keynote Speaker)

 

85.  “Strategies for Promoting Caregiver Joy and Wellbeing in the Clinical Setting”. Gee PM. Social Worker CE Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, January 2021 (invited speaker)

 

86.  “Self-care for Extraordinary Times: Focus on today” Gee PM. Blue Sheet Ambulatory Nursing Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, January 2021 (invited speaker)

 

87.  “Building resilience during a pandemic for perioperative nursing teams”. Gee PM Intermountain Healthcare Surgical Services, Salt Lake City, UT December 2020.

 

88.  “Caregiver wellbeing for frontline community clinic teams”. Gee PM Intermountain Healthcare Nevada, Las Vegas, NV, December 2020.

 

89.  “Self-care for Extraordinary Times: Focus on today” Gee PM. Salt Lake Valley Nurse Educator Conference. Salt Lake City, UT, December 2020 (invited speaker)

 

90.  “Caregiver Wellbeing During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Health System Approach” Gee PM & Pendo A, Summit on Promoting Well-being and Resilience in Healthcare Professionals, Ohio State University, October 2020.

 

91.  “Mindfulness in the NICU for Extraordinary Times” Gee PM & Bentley, V. McKay Dee Hospital NICU Team. Ogden, UT, May 2020 (virtual).

 

92.  “Mindfulness for Extraordinary Times” Gee PM & Bentley, V. Intermountain Healthcare Simulation Team. Salt Lake City, UT, May 2020 (virtual).

 

93.  “Navigating Work-Life Balance” Gee PM. Healthcare Partners Nevada Annual Conference. Las Vegas, NV (virtual), March 2020. (invited Keynote speaker).

 

94.  Grand Rounds - Joy in Today’s Clinical Environment: Strategies to Promote Engagement?” Gee PM. Intermountain Healthcare Pediatric Behavioral Health, Salt Lake City, UT, January 2020.

 

95.  “Promoting Joy in Clinical Nursing: Healing the Healer” Gee PM & Bentley, V. Logan Regional Medical Center, Logan, UT, December 2019.

 

96.  “Promoting Mindfulness Strategies for Emergency Department Nurses – Winter Readiness” Gee PM & Bentley, V. Park City Hospital, Park City, UT, December 2019.

 

97.  “Promoting Joy in Pediatric Nursing” Gee PM. Intermountain Healthcare Primary Children’s Hospital. Salt Lake City, UT, November 2019.

 

98.  “Promoting Joy in Intensive Care Nursing” Gee PM. Intermountain Healthcare Annual Critical Care Conference. Ogden, UT, November 2019.

 

99.  “Promoting Joy in Clinical Dietetics: Embracing Self-care in Today’s Practice Environment” Gee PM. Intermountain Healthcare Annual Dietetics Conference. Salt Lake City, UT, October 2019. (invited Keynote speaker).

 

100.                       “Promoting Joy in Clinical Nursing: Role of the transformational LeaderGee PM. 30th Annual Women and Newborns Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, October 2019 (invited Keynote speaker).

 

101.                       “Nursing Shared Leadership: Impact of Shared Governance on Caregiver Engagement and Resilience” Gee PM. Utah Nurse Shared Leader Conference. Salt Lake City, UT, September 2019 (invited Keynote speaker).

 

102.                       “Utah Nurse 2.0: Self-care in our current clinical environment” Gee PM. Utah Nurses Association Annual Conference. Salt Lake City, UT, September 2019 (invited Keynote speaker).

 

103.                       “Returning Joy to Clinical Care: Promoting an Environment of Well-being.” Gee PM. 5th Annual Cardiac & Vascular Care Conference, Saint Vincent Healthcare, Billings MT, February 2019. (Invited Keynote Address).

 

104.                       “The Wellbeing Project: Building a Longitudinal Burnout Database to Inform Wellness Initiatives” Gee PM & Kelly, LA. National Summit on Promoting Well-being and Resilience in Healthcare Providers. Columbus, OH, September 2018.

 

105.                       “Building a resilient workforce: Fostering joy in clinical practice” Gee PM, Limeade Caregiver Burnout Consortium, Webinar, September 2018. (Invited speaker)

 

106.                       “Building a resilient workforce: Fostering joy in clinical practice” Gee PM, Dempsey, E & Melden T Dignity Health Patient Experience Summit, Las Vegas, NV, September 2018. (Invited speaker)

 

107.                       “Care for our Caregivers: Dignity Health’s Plan to Reduce burnout and Promote Joy and Well-Being” Gee PM, Kelly, LA, & Frey, K. Human Dignity: A Health Care Response to Human Trafficking. Mesa, AZ, August 2018 (Invited panelist).

 

108.                       Building a Resilient Workforce: Fostering Joy in Clinical Care” Gee, PM. ASCEND Leadership Meeting, San Diego, CA April 2018. (Invited speaker)

 

109.                       Vicarious Trauma: The Importance of Self-care & Care of Colleagues” Gee, PM., West, G., Human Trafficking Response Program Shared Learnings Conference. San Diego, CA, November 2017. (Invited speaker)

 

110.                       “Cultivating Nurse Well-being: Balancing Burnout, Personal Resilience and the Work Environment” Gee, PM. Plenary Session, Utah Nurses Association Annual Conference. Salt Lake City, UT. October 2017.

 

111.                       “Cultivating Nurse Resilience” Gee, PM. 2017 Utah Integrative Health and Resiliency Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. March 2017

 

Professional PODIUM Presentations – Nursing SCIENCE

112.                       “Champion of Scientific Inquiry: Nursing Research, Evidence Based Practice, Quality Improvement” Gee PM. 2020 Intermountain Nursing Professional Development Conference (virtual), Salt Lake City, UT, November 2020 (invited speaker)

 

113.                       “Building Infrastructure in a Medical Center or Health System for the Translation of Research to Practice Pre-Conference Workshop for Nurse Scientists”. Gee PM & Nasr A. Western Institute of Nursing Research, Portland, OR, April 2020. (Conference Cancelled due to COVID19)

 

114.                       “Published Best Practice Protocols: Why Do Clinical Guidelines Matter?” Gee PM. Intermountain Healthcare Annual Respiratory Conference. Salt Lake City, UT, February 2020.

 

115.                       “Role of the Nursing Scientist: Role of the Registered Nurse?” Gee PM. Shriners Hospital Annual Pediatric Conference. Salt Lake City, UT, January 2020.

 

116.                       “Role of the Nursing Scientist: How do I get Involved in Determining Best Practice?” Gee PM. Building Infrastructure in a Medical Center or Health System for the Translation of Research to Practice, Salt Lake City, UT, October 2019.

 

117.                       “WIN 2019 Human Trafficking Response” Gee PM. Western Institute of Nursing Research, San Diego, CA, April 2019.

 

118.                       “Human Trafficking: Identifying and Responding to Victims in the Healthcare Setting.” Gee PM, Speaking the Unspeakable, Assistance League of Antelope Valley, Lancaster, CA, May 2018. (Invited speaker)

 

119.                       “The role of nursing research in Meaningful Use” Gee, P M. Dignity Health Meaningful Use Summit, San Diego, CA. September 2015.

 

120.                       “Academic Poster Development” Gee, PM. Sigma Theta Tau International Theta Upsilon Chapter Annual Research Symposium at Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID. March 2015.

 

121.                       “Moderator: Issues in Chronic Illness Management” Gee, PM., Western Institute of Nursing 47th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, San Seattle, WA., April 2014.

 

122.                       “Nursing: How to Make a Difference” Shasta College Nursing Program, Redding, CA May 2013.

 

123.                       “Moderator: Care of Native Americans” Gee, PM., Western Institute of Nursing 46th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, San Anaheim, CA., April 2013.

124.                       “Role of the Professional Registered Nurse” Gee, PM., School of Medicine, University of California, Davis, CA, Feb 2011.

 

Poster Abstracts

125.                       Xu, X, Litchman, ML, Gee, PM, Jung, S, Whatcott, W, Chacon, L, Holmes, J & Srinivasan, SS (2019, August). A pilot study protocol for investigating Facebook postings for people with prediabetes. AADE19 - American Association of Diabetes Educators Annual Conference, Houston, TX.

 

126.                       Rylee, TR, Heineberg, Y, John, E, Gee, PM (2019, Nov). Introducing a Compassion Skills Training Program with a Shift Handoff Emphasis. Presented at the 2019 Sigma Theta Tau International Biennial Convention, Washington DC.

 

127.                       Greenwood, DA. Gee, PM., Ferrer, M., Gomez, M., Cornejo, C., Fatkin-Nelson, K., Kunik, K, Santos, R., Ferrer, J., Soederberg Miller, LM. (2017, Dec). Perceptions of stigma in the diabetes online community: challenges of day-to-day living shared during Twitter chats. International Diabetes Federation Congress 2017, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

 

128.                       Gee, PM, Patmon, FL, and Rylee, TL. (2017, April). Development of a Focused Rapid Ethnographic Evaluation (FREE) methodology. Western Institute of Nursing 50th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Denver, CO.

 

129.                       Patmon, FL, Gee, PM, and Rylee, TL. (2016, April). Nurses’ perception of an Interactive Patient Technology System. Western Institute of Nursing 49th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Anaheim, CA.

 

130.                       Greenwood, DA. Gee, PM., Cornejo, C., Ferrer, M., Nelson, K., Lee, M., Gomez, M., Ferrer, J., Soederberg Miller, LM. (2016, Nov). Exploring the Wisdom of the Diabetes Online Community: Themes from Social Networking Conversations. Diabetes Technology Society Annual Conference, Bethesda, MD.

 

131.                       Patmon, FL, Gee, PM and Rylee, TL. (2016, April). Nurses’ Perception Using Interactive Patient Engagement Technologies (iPET). American Nursing Informatics Association (ANIA) Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

 

132.                       Melden, T, Gee, PM, Patmon, FL, and Dempsey E. (2016, April). Development of a Nursing research Department in a Large Healthcare Organization: Fostering a Culture of Inquiry. American Nursing Informatics Association (ANIA) Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

 

133.                       Patmon, FL, Gee, PM and Rylee, TL. (2016, April). Nurses’ perception of an Interactive Patient Technology System. Western Institute of Nursing 49th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Anaheim, CA.

 

134.                       Melden, T, Gee, PM, Patmon, FL, and Dempsey E. (2016, April). Development of a Nursing research Department in a Large Healthcare Organization: Fostering a Culture of Inquiry. Western Institute of Nursing 49th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Anaheim, CA.

 

135.                       Patmon, FL, Gee, PM and Rylee, TL. (2016, April). Nurses’ perception of iPad Use as Distraction Therapy for Pediatric Patients. Western Institute of Nursing 49th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Anaheim, CA.

 

136.                       Kehinde, J.O., Baron, K. A., and Gee, P. M. (2015, March). Instruments for Measuring Patient-centered Care in Clinical Settings: An Integrative Review. Research Paradigms: Spanning the Spectrum, Research Conference, Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID.

 

137.                       Gee, P. M. (2013, May). Personal Health Records: A Self-Management Tool for the Chronically Ill. American Nursing Informatics Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.

 

138.                       Gee, P. M. (2013, April). Perceptions of the Chronically Ill Using Personal Health Records for Self-Management. Western Institute of Nursing 46th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Anaheim, CA.

 

139.                       Kremsdorf, R., Gee, P. M., Hankins, A., Tayrien, R., Smith, E., and Avery-Sijgers, M. (2001, November).  CaseFinders: Using Clinical Alerts to Build a Safety Net.  American Medical Informatics Association National Convention, Washington, DC.

 

140.                       Duvoisin, R. D., and Gee, P.M. (2000, November). From Mainframe to Main Street: Access to Clinical Data via the Web.  American Medical Informatics Association National Convention, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Professional service

Advisor – nurse wellbeing, State of Utah, Division of Professional Licensing, Salt Lake City, UT 2018-2019.

Officer, Interdisciplinary Health Informatics Group, School of Health Sciences, University of California, Davis, 2011-2014

Member, Nursing Informatics Workgroup, American Medical Informatics Association, 2010-present

Member, Clinical Decision Support Workgroup, American Medical Informatics Association, 2010-present

NCLEX-RN item writer, for National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Chicago, IL (2005)

Co-founder, Northern California Professional Nurse Network

Northern California Representative, California Action Coalition, IOM: Future of Nursing

State of California RN NTAP tester for Certified Nursing Assistants

Member, eHealth Workgroup. American Association of Diabetes Educators, 2012-Present

Committee Member, Annual Meeting Planning Committee, American Association of Diabetes Educators 2014-present

Treasurer, Theta Upsilon Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society

AADE Technology Committee Co-Chair, American Association of Diabetes Educators Sept 2015-2017

 

ABSTRACT, MANUSCRIPT AND BOOK REVIEW

              2012 to current, Nursing Outlook

              2013 to current, The Gerontologist

2013 to current, Journal of Applied Gerontology

2013 to current, International Journal of Nursing and Midwifery

2013 to current, Journal of Medical Internet Research

2014 to current, Patient Education & Counseling

2014 to current, Journal of General Internal Medicine

2015 to current, American Medical Journal

2013, Health Informatics: An Interprofessional Approach, Elsevier Publishing, Maryland Heights, MO

2013, The “I Hate to Exercise” Book for People with Diabetes: Turn Everyday Home Activities into Low-impact Fitness Plan You’ll Love, American Diabetes Association, Inc., Alexandra, VA

2017 to current, Applied Clinical Informatics

2017 to current, Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics

2017 to current, Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI-Translation Center)

2018 to current, American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium abstract review.

 

Service

ARISE Charities – International Global Health training initiatives

May 2019-present

Faculty for Global Nursing, Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand, Mentoring Weber State University students in the global health clinical setting (Nov 2017 to present)

Co-Chair, Technology Committee, American Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists Sept 2015-2018

Board member, Gateway Unified School District, Shasta Lake City, CA, 1999-2003.

Board member, Northwood’s Discovery Charter School, Redding, CA, 2003-2004

Board President, Northwood’s Discovery Charter School, Redding, CA, 2004-2005

North State Health Connect – Health Information Exchange (HIE), Redding, CA 2012-2014

Triage Nurse – Homeless Connect, Redding, CA 2009-2014

ADCES Annual Meeting Planning Committee Member, American Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists 2014-2020

Nursing Research Council, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, Idaho Falls, ID Feb 2015-2017

 

Professional affiliations

American Nurses Association

Utah Nurses Association

Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists

American Medical Informatics Association
American Nursing Informatics Association – ANIA/Caring

Sigma Theta Tau International

Utah Organization of Nurse Leaders

Western Institute of Nursing

 

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