Carlton, Gaya
Title:
Professor - Nursing
Office:
HP 209
Phone:
(801) 863-8195
Mail Code:
172
Last Updated: 7/23/14 -
Professor
Nursing

Gaya is a member of the Department of Nursing at UVU.

Gaya Carlton has been at UVU since 1989.
EDUCATION:
 
Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing, University of Colorado Denver 
Master of Science in Nursing, University of Utah
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Utah
Associate of Science in Nursing, Weber State University

AWARDS:

             Utah Valley University Faculty Fellow in Ethics for the Professions  2011-2012

              Teacher Excellence Award  1992-1993

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

              Sigma Theta Tau 

              National League for Nursing

              Western Institute of Nursing

              Society for Applied Anthropology

PUBLICATIONS:

Walker, P.H., Carlton, G., Holden, L. & Stone, P.W. (2006).  The intersection of patient safety and nursing research.  Annual Review of Nursing Research, 24, 1-15.

Carlton, G. & Blegen, M.A. (2006). Medication-related errors: A literature review of incidence and antecedents.  Annual Review of Nursing Research, 24, 19-38.

PRESENTATIONS:

Carlton, G. (2013, March 20). Sustainable Development and Natural Resource Management: Lessons from Haiti. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Anthropology International Conference, Denver, CO.

Carlton, G. (2012, September 19). On the Relationship between Structural Violence and Health Care with Special Attention to Haiti.  Paper presented at the Utah Valley University 25th Annual Ethics Awareness Week, Orem, UT.

Carlton, G. (2011, March 30). Nurses' Perceptions of Factors Leading to Discovery and Prevention of Potential Medication Administration Errors.  Paper presented at the Utah Valley University Nursing Research Conference, Evidence-Based Practice: Essential at Every Level, Orem, UT.

Carlton, G. (2008, April 19). Nurses' Perceptions of Factors Leading to Discovery of Potential Med Errors.  Paper presented at the Western Institute of Nursing 41st Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Garden Grove, CA.

Carlton, G. (2008, March). Triggers Identified by Nurses in the Discovery and Prevention of Potential Medication Administration Errors.  Presented at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center Nurse Residency Program, Provo, UT.

Carlton, G. (2007, October). Nurses' Perceptions of Factors Leading to Discovery of Potential Medication Administration Errors.  Presented at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center Nurse Residency Program, Provo, UT.

Carlton, G. (2009, April 23). Potential Medication Error Reporting:  Nurses' Perceptions, Attitudes and Conflicts.  Paper presented at the Western Institute of Nursing 42st Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

OTHER:

Faculty Senate President 1997-1998