Tonya Schneidereith, PhD, CRNP, PPCNP-BC, CPNP-AC, CNE, CHSE

Tonya SchneidereithAssociate Professor, PPEP
Address: Room 108A
Phone: 410-706-0166
tschneidereith@umaryland.edu

Education

Post-Doctoral Fellow
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Department of Pediatrics, Genetics/Hematology
Lab: George Dover, MD

PhD
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Pharmacogenetics

Summer Intramural Research Fellow
National Institutes of Health, National Human Genome
Research Institute, Clinical Gene Therapy Branch, Bethesda, MD
Lab: Wendy Fibison, PhD

Research Assistant
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Department of Pediatrics, Genetics/Hematology 
Lab: George Dover, MD

MSN
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Pediatric Critical Care CNS/NP Program

BSN
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

Research

Selected Sponsored Projects

  1. Building Simulation Excellence in Pediatric Nursing. Role: Co-PI. CareFirst Blue Cross/ Blue Shield. $100,000
  2. Care First Community Health Simulation Program. PI: Denise Seigart. Role: Simulation Expert. CareFirst Blue Cross/ Blue Shield. $25,000
  3. Ameliorating Crises in Persons with Sickle Cell Disease. Role: Principal Investigator. National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Nursing Research (F31 NR07377-01). $72,000.

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications (* indicates databasee citations)

  1. *Schneidereith, T. (In press). Nursing students and medication errors: Why don’t they question? Creative Nursing.
  2. *Schneidereith, T. (2017). An innovative teaching approach of revolving, multi-student, in-class simulations. Journal of Nursing Education, 56(10), 640. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20170918-12
  3. *Herrington, A., & Schneidereith, T. (2017). Scaffolding and sequencing core concepts to develop a simulation-integrated nursing curriculum. Nurse Educator, 42(4), 204-207. doi: 10.1097/NNE.0000000000000358
  4. *Schneidereith, T.A. (2015). Seeing through Google glass: Using an innovative technology to improve medication safety behaviors in undergraduate nursing students. Nursing Education Perspectives 36(5), 337-339. doi: 10.5480/15-1653
  5. *Schneidereith, T. (2014). Using simulations to identify nursing student behaviors: A longitudinal study of medication administration. Journal of Nursing Education, 53(2), 89-92. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20140122-07
  6. *Brose, R., Shin, G., McGuiness, M., Schneidereith, T., Purvis, S., Dong, G., Smith, K. (2012). Activation of the stress proteome as a mechanism for small molecule therapeutics. Human Molecular Genetics, 21(19), 4237-52.
  7. *Schneidereith, T. (2012). The genomics of hemoglobinopathies: From the bench to the bedside. Annual Review of Nursing Research, 29 (1), 353-377.
  8. *Keefer, J., Schneidereith, T., Mays, A., Purvis, S., Dover, G., & Smith, K. (2006). The role of cyclic nucleotides in fetal hemoglobin induction in cultured CD34+ cells. Experimental Hematology, 34:1150-1160.
  9. Andrade, T. (1998). Sibling visitation: Research implications for pediatric and neonatal patients. The Online Journal of Knowledge Synthesis for Nursing, 5(6).

Peer Reviewed Electronic Articles

  1. Schneidereith, T., & Beroz, S. (2017, August 30). Implementing the Standards of Best Practice: Simulation. NLN TEQ Blog. Retrieved from: https://nlnteq.org/
  2. Herrington, A. & Schneidereith, T. (2017, August 30). Moving from disease-based to concept-based simulations. NLN TEQ Blog. Retrieved from: https://nlnteq.org/
  3. Schneidereith, T., & Beroz, S. (2017, January 12). Curricular alignment: The why, the what, the how. NLN TEQ Blog. Retrieved from: https://nlnteq.org/

Chapters Published

  1. In A. Kline-Tilford & C. Haut (Eds.), (2016). Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer.
    • Schneidereith, T.A., Gastrointestinal Disorders: Hepatic Failure. (p.411).
    • Schneidereith, T.A., Gastrointestinal Disorders: Necrotizing Enterocolitis. (pp.417-418).
    • Schneidereith, T.A., Gastrointestinal Disorders: Pyloric Stenosis. (p..418).
    • Schneidereith, T.A., Gastrointestinal Disorders: Short Bowel Syndrome. (pp.418-419).
  2. In C. Kasper, T. Schneidereith, & F. Lashley (Eds.), (2016).Lashley’s Essentials of Clinical Genetics in Nursing Practice (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Springer.
    • Schneidereith, T.A. & Kasper, C.E., Genomics in Healthcare. (pp. 3-8).
    • Schneidereith, T.A., Maternal-Child: Obstetrics. (pp. 215-288).
    • Schneidereith, T.A., Maternal-Child: Pediatrics. (pp.289-346).
    • Schneidereith, T.A. & Anderson, G., Adult Health and Illness. (pp. 347-388).

Selected Presentations: Simulation

National/International

  • 2017: Herrington, A. and Schneidereith, T. (podium). Scaffolding and sequencing core concepts to develop a simulation-integrated nursing curricula. Mississippi Nurses’ Association Annual Convention, Biloxi, MS.
  • 2017: Brewington, J. and Forneris, S. (invited panelist, T. Schneidereith). Opening doors to leadership: NLN innovative leadership programs. The National League for Nursing Education Summit, San Diego, CA.
  • 2017: Schneidereith, T., Farina, C., Beroz, S., and Sullivan, N. (poster). Why stop after graduation? Formative evaluation in the practice setting. The National League for Nursing Education Summit, San Diego, CA.
  • 2017: Schneidereith, T., Poore, J., Nye, C., Herrington, A., Morgan, P., Farina, C., and Bensfield, L. (4-hour pre-conference).  Debriefing 2.0—Finding the missed opportunities for learning.  The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington, DC.
  • 2017: Thomson, W., Sittner, B., Paige, J., Graham, L., Schneidereith, T., and Leighton, K. (4-hour pre-conference). Utilizing the newly revised 2016 INACSL Standards of Best Practice: SimulationSM in simulation-based education programs.  The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington, DC
  • 2017: Schneidereith, T. and Prion, S. (Podium).  Introduction to the INACSL Research Instrument Repository. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington, DC.
  • 2017: Beroz, S., Schneidereith, T, Sullivan, N. and Farina, C. (Workshop). Failure to rescue:  How simulation can help transition to practice. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington, DC.
  • 2017: Onello, R., Schneidereith, T., Sanko, J., Cowperthwait, A. (Poster).  Who’s on first?  What’s on second?  How the lexicon of SP methodology may be muddying the water. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington, DC
  • 2017: Herrington, A. and Schneidereith, T. (Poster). Scaffolding and sequencing core concepts to develop a simulation-integrated nursing curricula. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington, DC.
  • 2017: Schneidereith, T. (Poster). Using multi-student classroom simulations and deliberate practice to improve safe medication behaviors. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington, DC.
  • 2016: Beroz, S., Schneidereith, T, and Sullivan, N. (Poster).  The development of a statewide simulation consortium:  26 diverse prelicensure programs.  The National League for Nursing Education Summit, Orlando, FL.
  • 2016: Schneidereith, T, Thurling, CH, Herrington, A, Bensfield, L, Hawkins, K, Sule E. (Poster). Integrating simulation into the curriculum: What does it really mean? Sigma Theta Tau, 27th International Nursing Research Congress, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • 2016: Schneidereith, T. (Podium). Dosage miscalculations at the point of care:  An innovative look at why.  The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Grapevine, TX.
  • 2016: Schneidereith, T., Herrington, A., Poore, J., Bensfield, L., Morgan, P. Nye, C., Farina, C.  (4-hour pre-conference).  Advanced debriefing:  Facilitating the complexities.  The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Grapevine, TX.
  • 2015: Schneidereith, T., Herrington, A., Bensfield, L., Hawkins, K., Sule, E, and Thurling, C.H. (Poster). Integrating simulation into the curriculum:  What does it really mean?  10th Annual National League for Nursing/ Elsevier Technology Conference, Tampa, FL.
  • 2015: Schneidereith, T. (Poster). Using Google Glass to identify medication administration behaviors in undergraduate nursing students.  10th Annual National League for Nursing/ Elsevier Technology Conference, Tampa, FL.
  • 2013: Schneidereith, T. (Poster). Using technology to increase safety: Can the iPad influence medication administration in simulation? 8th Annual National League for Nursing/ Elsevier Technology Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • 2012: Schneidereith, T. (Poster).  Using high fidelity simulations to ensure safe medication administration. 39th Annual National Conference on Professional Nursing Education and Development, Philadelphia, PA.

Regional

  • 2017: Farina, C., Schneidereith, T., Beroz, S., and Sullivan, N. (Podium). Developing Maryland’s simulation education leaders.  Mid-Atlantic Regional Human Patient Simulation Network, Chesapeake College, Wye Mills, MD. June 8, 2017.
  • 2017: Farina, C., Schneidereith, T., Beroz, S., and Sullivan, N. (Podium). Failure to rescue: Using simulation to improve recognition of patient deterioration.  Mid-Atlantic Regional Human Patient Simulation Network, Chesapeake College, Wye Mills, MD. June 8, 2017.
  • 2017: Beroz, S., Moreno, J., Schneidereith, T, and Sullivan, N, (Workshop). Maryland Clinical Simulation Resource Consortium (MCSRC), Train the Trainer Program, Simulation Education Leader II, Curriculum Integration in Simulation, Montgomery College, Silver Spring, MD.  April 19, 2017. 
  • 2016: Beroz, S., Schneidereith, T, and Sullivan, N, (Workshop). Maryland Clinical Simulation Resource Consortium (MCSRC), Train the Trainer Program, Simulation Education Leader II, Curriculum Integration in Simulation, Montgomery College, Silver Spring, MD.  April 13 & 27, 2016.
  • 2016: Schneidereith, T., Herrington, A., Bensfield, L., Hawkins, K., Sule, E, and Thurling, C.H. (Poster). Integrating simulation into the curriculum:  What does it really mean?  Presented by T. Schneidereith at the Maryland Clinical Simulation Consortium, Train the Trainer Program for Simulation Education Leader II, April 13 & 27, 2016.  Montgomery College, Silver Spring, MD.

Local

  • 2017: Schneidereith, T. (Podium).  In-class simulations and medication administration:  Is deliberate practice effective?  Stevenson University Scholars’ Showcase, Bodies of Knowledge-- Connections and Expansions. Stevenson, MD.
  • 2016: Schneidereith, T. (Podium).  Dosage miscalculations at the point of care: New views and new perspectives.  Stevenson University Scholars’ Showcase, Kaleidoscope:  Changing the Picture. Stevenson, MD.
  • 2015: Schneidereith, T. (Invited Podium).  Google Glass: An innovative teaching-learning method to improve medication administration safety in nursing students.  Stevenson University Scholars’ Showcase, Discoveries:  From Centers to Margins. Stevenson, MD.
  • 2012: Schneidereith, T. (Invited Podium). Are we producing safe nurses?  The role of simulations in nursing education. Rho Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, Towson, MD.
  • 2010: Schneidereith, T. (Poster). The effect of high-fidelity simulations on nursing students’ confidence levels:  A pilot study.  The First Annual Faculty Development Conference for Colleges and Universities in Central Maryland, Stevenson University, Stevenson, MD.

Primary Teaching Areas

Member of the Clinical Simulation Team

Selected Honors/Awards

  • 2017: Service Star and Certificate of Excellence, University of Maryland, Faculty Physicians, Inc., Pediatrics at Lutherville-Immediate Care.
  • 2017: Invited Simulation Educator, San Diego State Sim Workshop for Delegation of Chinese Educators, NLN Education Summit, San Diego, CA.
  • 2015: Innovative Teaching with Technology Award, “Seeing through Google Glass:  Using an innovative technology to improve medication safety behaviors in nursing students,” Stevenson University.
  • 2015: Leadership Development Program for Simulation Educators, National League for Nursing.  

Academic and Professional Activities

National/International

  • 2017-present: Chair, INACSL Research Committee
  • 2017-present: Pediatric Scenario Author, ACE.P Project: Advancing Care Excellence for Pediatrics through Nursing Education, National League for Nursing
  • 2016-2018: Standards of Best Practice: Simulation SM Committee, INACSL
  • 2016-2017: New Standard Subcommittee Chair, INACSL
  • 2016-2017: Research Subcommittee Chair and Database Creator, Repository of Instruments Used in Simulation Research, INACSL
  • 2016-present: Research Website Liaison, INACSL
  • 2013-2016: Abstract Reviewer, INACSL Spunt Grant subcommittee

State

  • 2016: Certificate of Completion-The Maryland Clinical Simulation Resource Consortium, Train the Trainer Simulation Education Leader III Program, April 2016.  Silver Spring, MD
  • 2015-present: Steering Committee Member, The Maryland Clinical Simulation Resource Consortium
  • 2015-present: Curriculum Subcommittee Member, The Maryland Clinical Simulation Resource Consortium

Editorial Board

  • 2016-present: Editorial Advisory Board, Center for Innovation in Simulation and Technology, Technology Edge Quarterly (TEQ) Blog, National League for Nursing
  • 2011-2017: National Editorial Board, National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Proceedings of the National Conference on Undergraduate Research

Manuscript Reviewer

  • 2017-present: Reviewer, Clinical Simulation in Nursing
  • 2015-present: Reviewer, Nursing Education Perspectives
  • 2014-2015: Reviewer, Journal of Nursing Education

Electronic Media

  • 2016-present: Reviewer, NLN TEQ Blog, Center for Innovation in Simulation and Technology, National League for Nursing

Content Expert Reviewer

  • 2017: Reviewer, Maryland Clinical Simulation Resource Consortium (MCSRC), Train the Trainer Program, Simulation Education Leader II, Curriculum Integration in Simulation, April 19 & 26, 2017.
  • 2016: Reviewer, Maryland Clinical Simulation Resource Consortium (MCSRC), Train the Trainer Program, Simulation Education Leader II, Curriculum Integration in Simulation, April 13 & 27, 2016.
  • 2016: Reviewer, National League for Nursing, Simulation Innovation Resource Center online courses: Evaluating Simulations and Teaching/Learning Strategies.
  • 2015: Reviewer, National League for Nursing, Simulation Innovation Resource Center online courses:  Simulation Research, Curriculum Integration, and Integrating Concepts into Simulation.
  • 2013: Reviewer, Kyle, T. & Carman, S. (2015).  Essentials of Pediatric Nursing (3rd ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer.

Conference Abstract/Poster Reviewer

  • 2017: Poster Reviewer/Judge, International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) Annual Conference
  • 2016: Abstract Reviewer, INACSL Annual Conference
  • 2016: Team Leader and Poster Reviewer/Judge, INACSL Annual Conference
  • 2015: Abstract Reviewer, National League for Nursing Technology Conference
  • 2015: Abstract Reviewer, INACSL Annual Conference
  • 2015: Poster Reviewer/Judge, INACSL Annual Conference
  • 2014: Poster Reviewer/Judge, INACSL Annual Conference

Professional Organization Memberships

  • 2015-present: Directors of Sim Centers Special Interest Group (SIG), Society for Simulation in Healthcare
  • 2015-present: Pediatrics Section, Society for Simulation in Healthcare
  • 2015-present: Nursing Section, Society for Simulation in Healthcare
  • 2015-present: Society for Simulation in Healthcare
  • 2013-present: INACSL Research Committee
  • 2010-present: Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Rho Epsilon Chapter, Stevenson University
  • 2010-present: Nurse Practitioner Association of Maryland (NPAM)
  • 2010-present: International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL)           
  • 2010-present: National League for Nursing
  • 1993-present: American Nurses Association
  • 1987-2010: Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Beta Pi Chapter, Florida State University