judy stanley
Chair, Department of Nursing, Associate Professor
Hirt 312B

Maybe this one moment, with this one person, is the very reason we’re here on Earth at this time – Jean Watson

During my nursing career I have pursued multiple opportunities in acute care and home care settings, including: Hospital IV team member, including PICC insertions; Patient Advocate; Clinical operations manager for home infusion agency; nurse entrepreneur of a biofeedback practice; as well as 15 years as a nurse educator in both undergraduate and graduate programs.  

It was during my MSN program that I first developed an interest in integrative nursing, as a valued professor guided me through a course on Holistic Nursing. Since that time, even while focusing on the “high-tech” aspects of infusion nursing, I have developed a passion for holistic healing techniques that can be integrated in nursing practice. In recent years I have begun researching the construct of resiliency in nursing, especially ways to build resiliency through the use of mindfulness and Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback. Integrative nursing is person-centered and relationship-based and focuses on the health and well-being of caregivers as well as those they serve. 


B.A., State University of New York at Buffalo

B.S.N., D’Youville College

M.S.N. D’Youville College
DHSc. Nova Southeastern University

Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Integrative Nursing, University of Arizona

Research and Interests:

Integrative Health and Healing
Palliative Care and Advance Directives
Resiliency Training through HRVB
Patient Safety

Submitted by mmarsh on Mon, 12/24/2018 - 04:16