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Faculty and Staff

Deb McQuilkin, DNP, RN, MEd, NEA-BC, FACMPE

Clinical Associate Professor
College of Nursing

E-mail: deborahm@mailbox.sc.edu
Phone: 803-777-5109
Fax: 803-777-0550
Office:

College of Nursing
University of South Carolina
1601 Greene Street, Room 521
Columbia, SC 29208-4001
United States

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Background

            2012-present  USC College of Nursing, Associate Clinical Professor

            2005 - 2012     USC College of Nursing, Assistant Clinical Professor

            2002 - 2004     Guilford Child Health, Greensboro, NC, Nursing Director

            2000 - 2002     First Place Leadership Development, Greensboro, NC President & Owner

            1996 - 2002     High Point Regional Hospital, High Point, NC, Level II Nurse

            1996 - 2000     Goebel Marketing Associates, Greensboro, NC, Vice President for Leadership Development

            1992 - 1996     Women's Hospital, Greensboro, NC, Educator and Staff Nurse

            1989 - 1992     Lexington Hospital, Columbia, SC, Educator & Level II Special Care Nursery

            1988 - 1989     Spring Valley Landscaping Co., Columbia, SC, Owner

            1986 - 1988     Richland County Hospital, Columbia, SC, Level II & Level III Nursery

            1981 - 1983     Kimberly Quality Care, Columbia, SC, Home Health Nurse

            1979 - 1980     Upjohn Co., Greensboro, NC Home Health RN

            1975 - 1978     Guilford County Health Department, Greensboro, NC Home Health Nurse

Teaching

  • Leadership/ Capstone
  • Ethics
  • Communication
  • Socio-Cultural Variations
  • Fundamentals

Research

Systematic Review- Transcultural nursing clinical education: A systematic review of the recommendations for international immersion clinical courses.

Dissemination

Presentation
McQuilkin, D. (2012). Transcultural nursing clinical education: A systematic review of the literature since 2005 with Recommendations for International Immersion Clinical Courses. Transcultural Nursing Society Annual Conference.

Articles
McQuilkin, D. (2012). Transcultural nursing clinical education: A systematic review of the recommendations for international immersion clinical courses. Journal of Transcultural Nursing.

McQuilkin, D. (2012). A Case Study Example of Curriculum Evaluation for Cultural Competence. The International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship.

McQuilkin, D. (2012). The Culturally Competent Medical Practice. Executive View:MGMA-ACMPE.

Professional Service

Membership

  • American College of Practice Executives- Medical Group Management Association
  • Transcultural Nursing Society
  • American Nurses Association

Service

  • 2012                        Transcultural Nursing Society Abstract Reviewer for Presentations at Annual Conference 
  • Sept 22 2011           NC Great 100. Nurses Marks of Nursing Excellence, Past Present and Future.
  • 2008 -2009, 2012    ACMPE essay grader for ACMPE certification
  • 2009- present         MGMA and ACMPE National University Relations Advisory Committee                                                

Professional Practice

  • Public Health Home Health
  • Neonatal Hospital Nursing
  • Nursing Director Pediatric Practice 

Publications (Selected)

McQuilkin, D. (2012). Redefining the importance of cultural competent. Executive View. American College of Practice Executives. (Fall).

McQuilkin, D. (2012). Transcultural nursing clinical education: A Systematic Review of the Literature since 2005 with Recommendations for International Immersion Clinical Courses. ProQuest.

McQuilkin, D. (2011). Avoid ethical violations and the lawsuits they can cause. Connectons:MGMA.

McQuilkin,D. (2010 revised from 1990 ). James: An Inductive Approach. PCA Publications: Atlanta, Ga.

McQuilkin,D. (2008). Risk Management and Profitability through Practice Staffing with Licensed Personnel  Fall. [Abstract]. Executive View, ACMPE,p.19. 

McQuilkin,D. (2008). Risk Management and Profitability through Practice Staffing with Licensed Personnel  Fall.  Retrieve from http://www.mgma.com/workarea/downloadasset.aspx?id=16488.

McQuilkin,D. (1999). Women are Management Assets. Group Practice Journal (February).

McQuilkin,D. (1998). WILD Women are Boardroom Assets. Business Life, Greensboro, NC (November).

McQuilkin,D. (1991). James: An Inductive Approach.Teacher’s Guide.PCA Publications: Atlanta, Ga.