Chen, Hsiu-Chin
Title:
PhD, RN, EdD
Office:
MT203t
Phone:
801-863-6096
Fax:
801-863-6093
Mail Code:
172
Last Updated: 8/27/14 -

Professor

 

        Hsiu-Chin (Sunny) Chen has been at UVU since 2004.

Education
2005 Ed D, Educational administration, University of South Dakota
2004 Ph D, Nursing, University of Utah
1995 MS, Nursing, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan
1985 BSN, Nursing, Chung Shan Medical University, Taiwan
Publications

Chen, H. –C., & Lo, H. –S. (2012). Development and psychometric testing of the nursing student satisfaction scale for the associate nursing programs. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 2 (3), 25-37.

Chen, H. -C., McAdams-Jones, D., Tay, D. L., & Packer, J. M.  (2012). The impact of service-learning on students’ cultural competence. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 7(2), 62-66. 

Chen, H. -C., Farmer, S., Barber, L., & Wayman, M. (2012). Development and psychometric testing of the Nursing Student Satisfaction Scale.Nursing Education Perspectives, 33 (6), 369-373.

Chen, H. C., & McAdams-Jones, D. (2011). Nursing students’ perceptions of cultural competence. Int. J. Behavioural and Healthcare Research, 2(3), 265-276.

Pai, H.C., Chen, H.C., & Tsao, L. I. (2010). The relationship among obesity, menopausal status, and health behavior among middle-aged women in a rural community of southern Taiwan'. Health Care for Women International, 31(12), 1097-1109.

Chen, H. C., & Baron, M. (2007). Psychometric Properties of the Chinese Leadership Practices Inventory. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 4(1), 1-14. Available at: http://www.bepress.com/ijnes/vol4/iss1/art23

Chen, H. C., & Baron, M. (2006). Nursing directors’ leadership styles and faculty members’ job satisfaction in . Journal of Nursing Education, 45(10), 404-411.

Chen, H. C., Beck, S. L., & Amos, L. K. (2005). Leadership styles and nursing faculty job satisfaction in Taiwan. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 37(4), 374-380.

Chen, H. C., Chen, S., He, S. Z., & Chiang, H. Y. (2001). Techniques of Medical-Surgical Nursing (3rd). Taipei, Taiwan: Yuan-Ta Inc.

Chen, H. C., & Wang, H. H. (1997). The relationship between hope, social support and demography of hospitalized patients with hemolymph neoplasm. Nursing Research (Taiwan), 5 (6), 487-498.


Wang, H. H., & Chen, H. C. (1995). The concept of hopelessness. Continuing Medical Education (Taiwan), 5 (3), 343-347.

Honors/Awards/Certifications

 

2012-2013           PI: “An interactive and computerized fit-or-fat program for children’s food selection” study proposal was awarded $7,700 by the Grants for Engaged Learning and reassigned time 3 hours for fall 2012 and 3 hours for spring 2013 from the Scholarly Activities Award at Utah Valley University.

 

2010-2012           PI: “Predictors of success in the nursing programs and NCLEX-RN” Proposal has been received Scholarly Activities Award at Utah Valley University in the amount of $1,150 and reassigned time 4 hours for fall 2010 and 4 hours for spring 2011; this study also has received the Ambassador Committee of the Utah Valley University Foundation, INC. Award in the amount of $ 4,954.

 

2010-2011           PI: “The significance of student input to nursing program evaluation: Part II.” Proposal has been received the 2010 Sigma Theta Tau International/Doris Bloch Research Award in the amount of $5,000.

2009-2010           PI: “The significance of student input to nursing program evaluation: I” Awarded  $2,404 and reassigned time 3 hours Fall 2009 and 3 hours Spring 2010 by the College of Science and Health Scholarly Activities Award 2009-2010, Utah Valley University.

2009-2010           PI: “Through service learning to develop cultural competence among nursing students Awarded $1,950 and reassigned time 3 hours Fall 2009 and 3 hours Spring 2010 by the College of Science and Health Scholarly Activities Award 2009-2010, Utah Valley University.

2009-2010           PI: “The significance of student input to nursing program evaluation: II” Awarded $2,000 by the Presidential Scholar Award 2009-2010, Utah Valley University.

2009-2010           PI: “Nursing students’ service learning for developing cultural competence” Awarded $2,500 by the Center for Engaged Learning at Utah Valley University.

2008-2009           PI: “The significance of student input to nursing program evaluation” Awarded $6,400 by the National League for Nursing (NLN) for a 2008 NLN Nursing Education Research Grant.

2008-2009           PI: “Through service learning to develop cultural competence” Awarded $2,800

                             by the Ambassador Committee of the Utah Valley University Foundation,

                             Inc. for the Merit Grant Funds.

2008-2009           PI: “Integrating cultural competence into curriculum” Awarded $1,740 by the      Ambassador Committee of the Utah Valley State College Foundation,

                             Inc. for the Merit Grant Funds and $2,600 by Carl D. Perkins IV Outreach grant of the Utah Valley University.

2007-2008           PI: "Assessment of student satisfaction with UVSC Nursing Program" Awarded  $2,050 and reassigned time 2 hours Fall 2007 and 2 hours Spring 2008 by the School of Science and Health Scholarly Activities Award 2007-2008, Utah Valley State College.

2006-2007           PI: "Assessment of student satisfaction with UVSC Nursing Program" Awarded  $1,240 and reassigned time 2 hours Fall 2006 and 2 hours Spring 2007 by the School of Science and Health Scholarly Activities Award 2006-2007, Utah Valley State College.

 

Presentations

Chen, H. -C. (2012). A series of methodological studies for developing and validating a new instrument used in nursing education. Paper was accepted for podium presentation in the 2012 UVRMC/OCH/AFH 10th Annual Research Conference at UVU, Oct. 29, 2012, Orem, UT.

Chen, H. -C., & Tay, D. L. (2012). A national and longitudinal study: Students’ evaluations of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs. Paper was accepted for podium presentation in the 2012 UVU Nursing Research Conference, March 07, 2012, in UVU, Orem, Utah.

Chen, H. C., & Rasmussen, S. (2011). Using standardized assessments to predict success in NCLEX-RN. Paper was accepted for poster presentation in the 2011 WIN Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, April 13-16, 2011, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Chen, H. C., & McAdams-Jones, D. (2011). Developing cultural competence in nursing students through service-learning. Paper was accepted for poster presentation in the 2011 WIN Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, April 13-16, 2011, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Chen, H. C., & Kochniuk, L. (2010). The significance of student input to nursing program evaluation I. Paper was accepted for poster presentation in the National League for Nursing (NLN) Education Summit 2010, September 29 – October 3, 2010, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Chen, H. C. (2010).Nursing student satisfaction scale: Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses. Paper was presented in podium section in Western Institute of Nursing (WIN) 43rd Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, April 14 – 17, 2010 in Glendale, Arizona.

Chen, H. C. (2008). The development of Student Satisfaction Scale. Paper was presented in concurrent section of the 19th International Nursing Research Congress Focusing on Evidence-Based Practice, July 07-11, 2008, in Singapore.

Chen, H. C. (2006). Psychometric Properties of the Chinese Leadership Practice Inventory Used in Taiwan’s Nursing Faculty. Paper was presented in concurrent section of the 17th International Nursing Research Congress Focusing on Evidence-Based Practice, 19-22 July 2006, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Chen, H. C., Amos, L. K., Beck, S. L., Dudley, W. N., Pounder, D. G., & Wang, H. H. (May 2005). The Relationship between Leadership Styles and Faculty Job Satisfaction
in Taiwan
. Paper was presented in the concurrent section of International Council of Nurses’ 23rd Quadrennial Congress 2005. Taipei, Taiwan.

Chen, H. C., Baron, M., & Wang, H. H. (May 2005). The Influence of Leadership Styles on Taiwanese Nursing Faculty Job Satisfaction. Paper was accepted for Poster in the International Council of Nurses’ 23rd Quadrennial Congress 2005. Taipei, Taiwan.