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Kathryn Lothschuetz Montgomery, PhD, RN, NEA-BC
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PhD, University of Maryland, Baltimore
MSN, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
BSN, Barry University, Miami, FL
Blue Cross Blue Shield/Care First, Project RN, $80,000 to advance doctoral preparation of future nurse faculty 2007-2008.
American Organization of Nurse Executives: SEED Grant: “Advancing Evidence-Based Practice for Leaders and Professional Nurses: an Education and Service Collaboration: $6000.00 April 2007 to April 2008.
Dean’s Teaching Scholar: “Leadership for Professional Practice” 2006-07 $5,000 Franklin Square Hospital Center match proposed of $5,000.
U.S. Department of State Primary Medical Care Conferences, $ 400,000, 2003 – 2006. Principal Investigator, for the development of competency based programs for nurses practicing in embassies from around the world.
Helene Fuld Health Trust, Leadership Development Grant, Leadership Competence for the New Millennium, $75,036, Project Director up to award of grant, September 2001.
Montgomery, K. Lothschuetz (2011) Leadership Redefined: Educating the Doctorate of Nursing Practice Nurse Leader Through Innovation. Nursing Administration Quarterly. 35, No. 3, pp. 248–251
Montgomery, K. Lothschuetz & Porter-O’Grady, T. (2010) Innovation and Learning: Creating the DNP Nurse Leader. Nurse Leader 8 (4)44-47.
Montgomery, K. Lothschuetz &Geiger-Brown, J. (2010) Is it Time to Pull the Plug on 12 Hour-Shifts? Part 2 Barriers to Change and Executive Leadership Strategies. JONA 40(4)147-149.
Montgomery, K. Lothschuetz (2010) How Nurses Make it Work. When Chicken Soup is Not Enough, Gordon, S.
Montgomery, K. Lothschuetz (2007). Partnerships, Guest Editor, University of Maryland Nursing. Spring 4-5.
Montgomery, K. Lothschuetz (2003). Special Section: Perspectives on Leadership, Guest Editorial, Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice. 4 (4), 244-245.
Montgomery, K. Lothschuetz (2003). Review of Health Care at the Crossroads: Strategies for Addressing the Evolving Nursing Crisis, Nursing Education Perspectives, 24 (2) p. 98.
Montgomery, K. Lothschuetz (2003). Becoming a Follower: A New Competency for the Organizational Leader. Patient Care Management, 19 (2), 1-8.
Montgomery, K. Lothschuetz. (2002). Leadership: an Old Topic with a New Face, Leading a Coalition. Patient Care Management, 17 (12), 10-12.
Primary Teaching Areas:
Health Care Leadership and Complet Systems
Team Performance and Communications
Academic & Professional Activities:
Commissioner Maryland Health Care Commission, Governor’s appointment, State Senate confirmation to the MHCC 2011- 2015
Board of Visitors College of Southern Maryland
State of Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission, Quality Initiative Committee
Academic Program Advisory Committee, Universities of Shady Grove
Montgomery County Health Workforce Development Committee