Anna McDaniel is the dean of the College of Nursing. Her expertise is in using technology to enhance clinician decision-making and promote healthy behaviors. Anna is also interested in exploring the factors influencing nursing shortages. Anna’s research has been characterized by the innovative use of information technology to enhance decision-making by clinicians and to promote positive health behaviors in consumers. Her history of funded research focuses on cancer control, from prevention (tobacco prevention and cessation) through survivorship (symptom management).
Areas of Expertise (4)
Cancer Prevention and Control
Media Appearances (4)
Students at HBCU Can Earn Accelerated University of Florida Nursing Degrees
Insight Into Diversity online
Students at Edward Waters University (EWU), a historically Black institution in Jacksonville, Florida, will soon be able to pursue a four-year nursing degree through the University of Florida’s (UF) College of Nursing.
A Crisis for Health Care: How the Nursing Shortage Impacts Patient Care, Education and Burnout
The Gator Nurse online
After 30 years as a nurse in the 8 East Medical Oncology unit at UF Health Shands Hospital, Eyrone Bush has seen it all. Gone are the days, for instance, of the iconic white uniforms and paper charting systems. There have been tremendous advances in technology and pharmaceuticals. There are more men in the field, bringing greater diversity. Most importantly, she said, nurses now are seen as colleagues in interdisciplinary health care teams.
Northeast Florida hospitals seek prescription to blunt potential nursing shortage
The nurses shortage is barely noticeable in Northeast Florida as yet, but chief nursing officers at the region’s hospitals are working to prevent the situation from developing into a problem affecting patient care.
To Address Local Shortages, University of Florida Relaunches Accelerated Nursing Program in Jacksonville
During the economic recession a few years back, the University of Florida (UF) decided to phase out their Jacksonville nursing program, but after recently allocated funding totaling $500,000, the nursing program is starting back up.
Competence-based human resource management to improve managerial competence of first-line nurse managers: A scale developmentInternational Journal of Nursing Practice
Joko Gunawan, et al.
This study aimed to develop and psychometrically test a competence-based human resource management scale to improve managerial competence of first-line nurse managers in public hospitals.
A Key to Transforming a Nursing Curriculum: Integrating a Continuous Improvement Simulation Expansion StrategySAGE Open Nursing
Karen Aul, et al.
Changes in nursing, health care, and education warrant continued pedagogical innovations. Faculty are challenged to develop many innovative strategies in the clinical and simulation laboratory setting. Intentional simulation-based learning experiences are one method to prepare new graduates for nursing practice.