Dr. Bridget Parsh

Dr. Bridget Parsh

Title: Associate Professor
Joined School of Nursing: 2004

Office: Folsom Hall 2030
Email: parshb@csus.edu
Office Phone: 916-278-1512

Mailing Address:
Sacramento State - School of Nursing
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819-6096

 




Professional Degrees

  • Ed.D., University of San Francisco, 2009
  • M.S.N., California State University, Sacramento, 2003
  • B.S.N., University of San Francisco, 1988

Certifications and Credentials

  • California Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • End of Life Nursing Education Consortium Educator, AACN
  • CPR for Healthcare Providers
  • Pediactric Advanced LIfe Support Provider
  • State of California Public Health Nurse Certificate
  • IV Certified

Courses

  • NURS 21 - Freshman Seminar
  • NURS 138 - Nursing of the Childrearing Family
  • NURS 139 - Nursing Assessment and Skills of the Childrearing Family

Roles

  • CNSA Faculty Co-Advisor (with Dr. Denise Wall Parilo)
  • Faculty Student Mentor Program Advisor

Research Interests

  • Clinical Instruction
  • Faculty Role
  • Simulation Outcomes and Instructor Effectiveness

Professional Activities

  • Emergency Nurses Association, Member
  • American Nurses Association, Member
  • Phi Kappa Tau, Member
  • Association of California Nurse Leaders, Member
  • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Zeta Eta Chapter Member & Governance Chair

Publications, Grants, and Awards

  • Parsh, B., & Ortega, L. (accepted). Improving shift hand-off. Nursing2012.
  • Parsh, B., & Wilson, H (2012). Clinical Queries: Underrstanding Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Nursing2012, 42(7), 68.
  • Parsh, B., & Wall Parilo, D. (2012). Advice PRN. Nursing2012, 42(7).
  • Parsh, B., & Amarrador, A. (2011). Ingestion of button batteries. Nursing2011, 41(5).
  • Parsh, B., & Kwong, K. (2011). Working with students: Quick tips to a great day! Nursing2011: Critical Care, 6(1). (Reprint)
  • Parsh, B. (2010). Characteristics of effective simulated clinical experience instructors: Interview with undergraduate nursing students. Journal of Nursing Education, 49(10), 569-572. 
  • Parsh, B., & Sillman, C. (2010). Clinical queries: Adults with congenital heart disease. Nursing2010, 40(10), 63.
  • Parsh, B., & Sillman, C. (2010). Caring for children in an adult unit. Nursing2010, 40(5), 55.
  • Parsh, B. (2010). 8 traits make great nursing instructors. Nursing Management, 41(3), 46-47. (Reprint)
  • Parsh, B. (2010). Eight traits make great nursing instructors. Lippincott’s Nursing Career Directory, 16.
  • Parsh, B., & Gee, K. (2009). 10 tips for working with nursing students. Nursing2009, 39(6), 56.
  • Parsh, B., & Echandia, A. (2009), Co-author, Conference Symposium Contribution. Working with students to help students: Overcoming obstacles!, International Mentoring Association, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Parsh, B., Wall, D., Tobar, K., & Sampson, J. (2007). Utilization of a 12 hour work shift for clinical nursing education. Nurse Educator, 32(5), 190-191.
  • Parsh, B. (2006). Want to become a clinical instructor? Nursing2006, 36(9), 62.
  • Parsh, B., & Matthews, R. (2005).  From books to bedside: Working with new graduates. Direct Link. August 2005.