Cynthia Stuhlmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN

Professor

Stuhlmiller

ADDRESS:
School of Nursing
University at Buffalo
312 Wende Hall
Buffalo, NY 14214-3079

PHONE:
716-829-2393

Education

  • BSN, D'Youville College, 1978
  • MS, Russell Sage College, 1981
  • PhD, University of California, San Francisco, 1991

Areas of Research

Program Development & Evaluation | Education & Training | Specialist Graduate Education Clinical Supervision | Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing | Cognitive Behavioral Therapy | Disaster Response, Rescue and Emergency Workers, Reactions to Extreme Stress, Vietnam Veterans | Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder | Psychosocial Aspects of Seasonal Variation

Teaching Responsibilities

Publications

Stuhlmiller, C. M. (in revision). The impact of adventure programming on student opinions about mental illness and clinical confidence to work with consumers: A longitudinal study.

Stuhlmiller, C. M., Olshansky, E., Maree, L., & Lee, S. (in revision). Toward a global curriculum of nursing.

Stuhlmiller, C. M., & Tolchard, B. (in press). Background for the development of the New England 4G Framework of Guided Self-health for people in rural areas with physical and psychological conditions. Rural and Remote Mental Health.

Stuhlmiller, C. M., & Tolchard, B. (2012). Introducing the New England 4G Framework of Guided Selfhealth for people in rural areas with physical and psychological conditions. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 20(5), 285-6.

Stuhlmiller, C. M. (2011). Psychiatric Disorders: Depression and Personality Disorders (case studies). In E. Perese, Psychiatric advanced practice nursing: A biopsychosocial foundation for practice. New York, NY: F. A. Davis.

Stuhlmiller, C. M. (2010). Health, disorder, and the psychiatric enterprise: Reclaiming lost connections. In G. Chan, K. Brykcynski, R. Malone, & P. Benner (Eds.) Interpretive phenomenology in health care research (pp. 75-90). IN: Sigma Theta Tau International.

Awards and Honors

  • Fellow, American Academy of Nursing, 2013
  • Inaugural Leadership Award, Hawai’i Association of Professional Nurses, 2009
  • Who's Who Among Executives and Professionals, Honors Edition, 2008
  • High Talking Chief of Pinafoa, title bestowed by American Samoa Nurses Association, 2007
  • Nursing Excellence Award Finalist, Department of Human Services of South Australia, 2004
  • Sunshine Award for Combating Stigma, Mental Illness Foundation of South Australia, 2003
  • Nursing Excellence Award Finalist, Department of Human Services of South Australia, 2003
  • Hogan’s Heroes Award for Nursing Leadership, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Adelaide, AU, 2000
  • Who’s Who in Australia, 1998
  • Fellow, Australian College of Mental Health Nurses, 1997
  • Contribution Award, Sigma Theta Tau International for Grant & Paper Review, 1996
  • Fulbright Senior Scholar Lecture/Research Award, University of TromsØ, Norway, 1993-1994
  • Distinguished Dissertation Award, University of California, San Francisco, 1992
  • Volunteer of the Year, American Red Cross, Palo Alto, California, 1986
  • National Research Service Award, National Center for Nursing Research, 1988-1991