National study of nursing faculty satisfaction and productivity: recruitment and retention of nurse educators; nurse practitioners providing health care to rural Arkansas, nurse practitioners providing health care to rural and underserved areas in four Mississippi Delta states, turnover of hospital chief nursing officers, nursing student attrition rates decline: a longitudinal study, and nursing school factors and recruitment strategies that attract men, nursing school factors and recruitment strategies that attract men.
- Nursing Research
- Organizational Design and Leadership
- Nursing Education
- Nursing Theory
- Evidence Based Practice
- Health Policies
Ed.D., Indiana University, Higher Education Administration/Nursing
M.S.N., Indiana University, Medical Surgical Nursing/Teaching
B.S.N., Indiana State University, Nursing
Kippenbrock, T., Lo, W., Odell, E., & Buron, B. (2015). The southern states: NP’s making an impact in rural and health care shortage areas. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioner. doi: 10.1002/2327-6924.12245. [Epub ahead of print]
Kippenbrock, T., Buron, B., Odell, E., & Narcisse, M. R. (2014). A decade of practice: A look at nurse practitioners and their practice in the lower Mississippi delta states. Journal of Professional Nursing, 30(3), 266-272.
Odell, E., Kippenbrock, T., Buron, B., & Narcisse, M. R. (2013). Gaps in the primary care of rural and underserved populations: The impact of nurse practitioners in four Mississippi delta states. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 25(12): 659-66. doi: 10.1111/1745-7599.12023.
Narcisse, M. R., Kippenbrock, T., Odell, E., & Buron, B. (2013). Advanced practice nurses’ meaningful use of electronic health records. Applied Nursing Research. 26,(3), 127-32. doi: 10.1016/j.apnr.2013.02.003.
Odell, E. M., Buron, B. M., Kippenbrock, T. A., Auler, C. & Carney, K. (2012). Nonbillable activities in daily practice: A pilot study of nurse practitioners. Advances for NPs & PAs. Retrieved at http://nurse-practitioners-and-physician-assistants.advanceweb.com/Features/Articles/Nonbillable-Activities-in-Daily-Practice.aspx
Kippenbrock, T., Holloway, E., & Moore, D. (2010). Google Docs: A better method than a paper clinical schedule. Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 28, 138-140. Doi: 10.1097/01.NCN.0000336496.4221.c5
Kippenbrock, T., Stacy, A., & Gilbert-Palmer, D. (2004). Educational strategies to enhance placement and retention of nurse practitioners in rural Arkansas. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioner,16(3),139-143.
DeBasio, N., Jensen, D., Kippenbrock, T., Sharts-Hopko, N., Siler, B., & Montgomery, K. (2003). Recruitment and retention of faculty. Nursing Education Perspectives, 24, 7-8.
Kippenbrock, T., Stacy A., Tester, K., & Richey, R. (2002). Nurse practitioners providing healthcare to rural and underserved areas in four Mississippi Delta states. Journal of Professional Nursing, 18(4), 230-237.
Kippenbrock, T., Stacy, A., Tester, K., & Richey, R. (2000). The distribution of advanced practice nurses in Arkansas: Gaps in the care of rural underserved populations. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 12(11), 457-461.
Books and Chapters
Kippenbrock, T., Cowan, M. K., Hatton, D. C., Anderson, D. G., Westley, C. , & Flectcher, K. R. (2006). Health risks across the life span, In M. Stanhope and J. Lancaster (Eds.), Foundations of nursing in community: Community-oriented practice. (2th ed.), (pp. 363-400). St. Louis: Mosby.
DeBasio, N. O., Jenson, D. B. , Kippenbrock, T., Montgomery, K. S., Sharts-Hopko, N., Siler,
B., & Rizzolo, M. A. (2005). National study of nursing faculty satisfaction and
productivity. New York: National League of Nursing
Kippenbrock, T. (2004). Men's health. In M. Stanhope and J. Lancaster (Eds.), Community and public health nursing (6th ed., pp. 680-719). St. Louis, MO: Mosby.
Kippenbrock, T. (2000). Men's health. In M. Stanhope and J. Lancaster (Eds.), Community and public health nursing (5th ed., pp. 580-596). St. Louis, MO: Mosby.
Kippenbrock, T. & May, F. (1983). (Producers). Men in nursing [Film]. Indianapolis, IN:
Director of Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, University of Arkansas; Chair of the Department of Nursing, Arkansas State University; Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Interim Director, University of San Francisco; Assistant Dean, University of Nebraska Medical Center; and Assistant Chair; Indiana University School of Nursing, Department of Nursing Administration/Teacher Education
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Achievements in Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International Gamma Pi Chapter, Excellence in Research Award, Indiana State University School of Nursing, Outstanding Alumnus of the Year Award, Midwest Alliance in Nursing, Outstanding Research Poster Award, and Sigma Theta Tau International Alpha Chapter, Excellence in Education Award.