Karen Frith Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC, CNE Dean, College of Nursing Professor Contact 1610 Ben Graves DriveNursing BuildingRoom 414Huntsville, AL 35899 Campus Map firstname.lastname@example.org Biography Curriculum Vitae ORCID iD Education Ph.D., Georgia State University MSN in Nursing Administration, University of North Carolina in Greensboro BSN, Auburn University Nurse Executive, Advanced - Board Certified Certified Nurse Educator Clinical Expertise Nursing administration Nursing informatics Expertise Fall prevention in older adults Polypharmacy and potentially inappropriate medication in older adults Leadership and nursing staff outcomes Nurse staffing and patient and organizational outcomes Job stress in the nursing and patient outcomes Educational technology, distance education, and student outcomes Informatics: usability testing, mobile technology, and technology-supported self-management Recent Publications Frith, K.H. (2022). Is nursing ready for education blockchain technology? Nursing Education Perspectives, 43(2). Frith, K.H. (2022). How technology can aid in competency-based nursing education. Nursing Education Perspectives, 43(1), 66-67. Frith, K.H. (2021). Wearable and mobile technologies create innovations in health care. Clinical Nurse Specialist: The Journal for Advanced Nursing Practice, 35(3), 116-118. Alexander, S. & Frith, K. H. (2021). Using Nursys® as a primary source for licensure information. Nursing Education Perspectives, 42(3). 200-201. Rose, T., Frith, K.H., Zimmer, R. (2021). Transitional care following a skilled nursing facility stay: Utilization of nurse practitioners to reduce readmissions in high-risk older adults. Geriatric Nursing, 42(6), 1594-1596 Frith, K.H. (2020). The Star Trek Tricorder is Here: Handheld Imaging Technology. Nursing Education Perspectives, 42(1). Frith, K.H. (2020). Telehealth Delivery Model in the Mainstream. Nursing Education Perspectives, 42(1). Frith, K.H. (2020). Assessment of Online Education: Part 2. Nursing Education Perspectives, 41(6). Frith, K.H. (2020). Assessment of Online Education: Part 1. Nursing Education Perspectives, 41(5), 199-200. Frith, K.H. (2020). 20-Year Synthetic Biology Research Roadmap: Implications for Vaccine Development and Future Research. Nursing Education Perspectives, 41(4).