Rosemary Hall, PhD, MSN, BSN



Associate Professor of Clinical
UM School of Nursing and Health Studies

M. Christine Schwartz Bldg
Room 222
Telephone: (305) 284-6723
Fax: (305) 284-5686
Email: rhall@miami.edu



Education

BSN, Nursing, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1964
MSN, Nursing, Barry University, 1988
PhD, Nursing, University of Rhode Island, 2000

Clinical Specialties

Community Health and Public Health
Gerontology
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Primary Teaching Areas

A Systems Approach to Population Based Nursing
Community Based Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing (Clinical)
Community Health Nursing & Fundamentals of Nursing
Growth and Development
Instrumental Development

Research and Academic Interests

Community Advisory Board Committee and Professional Review Board Committee;
Nurse Managed Family Follow-up Project, Villa Maria Nursing Center, Miami, Florida

Research (selected)

Primary Investigator, “Validation of the Instrument: Adaptation of Individuals Moving into an Assisted Living Facility (AIMALF).”  University of Miami, School of Nursing Dean's Research Award, (2004-Present)

Publications (selected)

Hall, R. (2006). Chronic Disease Management Teams. In Primary Health Care (Editor: J. Trybulsi. Elsevier, Inc: St. Louis Missouri.

Hall, R. (2006). The Role of Advanced Practice Nursing in Population-based Care. In Primary Health Care (Editor: J. Trybulski. Elsevier, Inc: St. Louis, Missouri.

Presentations (selected)

Hall, R. (2008). Abstract submitted and oral presentation accepted: The Scientific Process of Instrument Development. Sigma Theta Ta Honorary Nursing International Conference, Singapore, July 2008

Hall, R. (2006). Abstract Oral Presentation Presented: The Salient Factors of Adaptation of Individuals Living in Assisted Living Facilities. Sigma Theta Tau Honorary Nursing International Conference, Vienna, Austria, July 2007

Hall, R. (2006). Abstract submitted, accepted and presented: An Academic and Service Partnership: Health Promotion and Prevention. The American Academy of Nursing Conference, Miami, FL, NOV 2006

Hall, R. (2006). Abstract accepted: Oral Presentation. The Salient Factors of Adaptation of Elders Living in Assisted Living Communities. 3rd International Conference on Healthy Aging and Longevity; Melbourne, Australia, October 2006

Hall, R., & Desantis, L. (2006). Abstract Accepted and presented: Culturally competent Population -based care: A collaborative partnership for enhancement of baccalaureate nursing education. The Transcultural Nursing Society, Savannah, Georgia, October 2006.

Hall, R., & Siegel, J. (2005). Abstract accepted and presented (poster presentation). The Empirical Grounding of the Development of an Instrument to Measure Adaptation of Elders Moving into an Assisted Living Facility. The University of Miami 3rd Annual Ageing Conference, Miami, FL, September 2005.

Hall, R., Siegel, J., & Fitzpatrick, M. (2005). Abstract Presented: The Development of an Instrument to Measure the Adaptation of Elders Moving into an Assisted Living Facility (AIMALF). Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing 16th International Nursing Research Conference, Hawaii, July 2005.

Hall, R., & Siegel, J. (2005). Abstract accepted; poster presentation: An Innovative Model: Effectiveness of a Video Based Dance Type Exercise Program. 3rd National Prevention Summit: Innovations in Community Prevention, Washington, D.C., October 2005.

DeSantis, L., & Hall, R. (2005). Abstract Accepted - Poster Presentation: Disease Management: A Population Based Strategy for Public Health Nursing. APHA 133rd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 2005.

Hall, R., & DeSantis, L. Abstract Presented: Disease Management: An Innovative, Culturally Focused Model of Population Based Care. The Society for Applied Anthropology: April 2005: Santa Fe, N.M.

Hall, R., DeSantis, L., Rivera, L., Kroesen, J., & Wright, C. (2004). Abstract Submitted: A Collaborative Partnership: A Process to Enhance Public Health Field Experiences for Baccalaureate Nursing Students. APHA National Convention: November, 2004: Washington, D.C.: Pending Review.

DeSantis, L. & Hall, R. (2004). Abstract Submitted and Accepted: Development of A Rapid Assessment Procedure by Public Health Nurses for Population-Based Care. APHA National Convention: November 2004: Washington, D.C.

DeSantis, L. & Hall, R. (2004). Rapid Assessment Process. Presented: ACHNE (Association of Community Health Nursing Educators) Summer Institute, June 4, 2004: Minneapolis, MN.

Hall, R. & DeSantis, L. (2004). A Collaborative Partnership: A Process to Enhance Public Health Field Experiences for Baccalaureate Nursing Students. Presented: ACHNE Summer Institute, June 4, 2004: Minneapolis, MN.

Major Accomplishments

Board Member, Community Partnership for the Homeless, Miami, FL
Public Service Award, University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies, Coral Gables, FL, 2008
Nomination for Excellence in Teaching Award: University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 2006