School of Nursing
University at Buffalo
311 Wende Hall
Buffalo, NY 14214-3079
Issues of veterans and military families | Cardiovascular
disease with a focus on women | Pulmonary abnormalities, with a
focus on adult asthma | Health behaviors, especially tobacco
cessation | Self-efficacy and locus of control | Education through
Core Courses in Advanced Practice Nurse Programs
Acute Illness Management
Clinical Coordinator for ANP Program
Bruce, S., Scherer, Y., Curran, C., Urschel, D., Erdley, S., & Ball, L. (2009). A collaborative exercise between graduate and undergraduate nursing students using a computer-assisted simulator in a mock cardiac arrest. Nursing Education Perspectives. 10(1), 22-27. [DATABASED]
Scherer, Y., Bruce, S., & Montgomery, C. (2008). A challenge in academia. Meeting the health care needs of the growing number of older adults. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 20, 471-476. [DATABASED]
Scherer, Y., Bruce, S., & Runkawatt, V. (2007). A comparison of clinical simulation and case study presentation on nurse practitioner students' knowledge and confidence in managing a cardiac event. International Journal of Nursing Education and Scholarship, 4(1), 1-14. [DATABASED]
Scherer, Y., Bruce, S., Graves, B. & Erdley, W.
(2003). Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Education: Enhancing Performance Through Use of
AACN Clinical Issues 14(3): 331-341.
Scherer, Y., & Bruce, S. (2001). Knowledge, attitudes and self-efficacy and compliance with medical regimen, number of ER visits and hospitalizations in adults with asthma. Heart and Lung. The Journal of Acute Care, 30(4), 250-257. [DATABASED]
Bruce, S. (2009). Commentary: Inhaled Corticosteroids in patients with stable COPD. Evidence-Based Nursing Online. 1:1. www.evidencebasednursing.com
Bruce, S. (2006). Case Study Review: Donna and Dr. Burnette: Class Expectations, Pragmatism and Clinical Acumen”. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, University at Buffalo.
Bruce, S. & Scherer, Y. (2005). Commentary: Maintenance and symptom relief with budesonide plus formoterol reduced severe asthma exacerbations. Evidence-Based Nursing Online. 8: 78. www.evidencebasednursing.com
Bruce, S. & Scherer, Y. (2004). Commentary: Metered-Dose Inhalers do not differ from nebulizers for hospital admission rates in asthma. Evidence –Based Nursing Online 7(1): 12.