Biography

  • MPH Program Director for HPM Dept. at FSPH 2007-present
  • PHD Program Director for HPM Dept. 2011-2015
  • Taught at IU School of Nursing full time for 15 years.
  • Other faculty positions include Wayne State University and Adjunct for Duquesne University.
  • Clinical positions with Stark County Health Department in Canton, OH. Visiting Nurse Association of Metropolitan Detroit and Allegheny Home Care and Hospice in Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Chair of Quad Council Coalition of Public Health Nursing Organizations 2014-2016
  • Past Chair of American Public Health Association, Public Health Nurse Section
  • APHA Action Board Member 2015-2018
  • Member of Indiana Attorney General's Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Task Force 2012-2016
  • Past Board Member of Indiana State Nurses Association
  • Past Vice Chair of Indiana Home Care and Hospice Service Council
  • Founding Practice Fellow, IU FSPH Center for Public Health Practice, July 2016

Research Interests

  • Health Impact Assessment for political and project decision making.
  • Community Health Needs Assessment for Health Department Accreditation and Hospital compliance with ACA.

Courses Taught

  • H501 U.S. Health Care Systems and Health Policy
  • H644 HIA-Health Impact Assessment and Community Health Needs Assessment
  • H120 Introduction to Public Health

Current Projects

  • Community Health Needs Assessment for Parkview Health
  • CHEP Funded: Northwest Area Food Forest and Pre-school Curriculum to prevent Childhood Obesity
  • Chronicles for Health Impact Assessment Journal
  • IN Attorney General's Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Task Force

Selected Publications

  • Norwood, C., Biviji-Sharma, R., Knotts, A., Omenka, I., Stone, C., Purviance, D. (2015). Fighting Prescription Drug Abuse through State Policy: The Role of Nursing in Successful Implementation. Journal of Addictions Nursing, 26(4), 203-207. DOI: 10.1097/JAN.0000000000000097
  • Kacius, C., Stone, C. & Bigatti, S. (2015) Exit Interviews: A Decade of Data to Improve Student Learning Experiences. Assessment Update, 27(5): 8-12.
  • Pollack, K., Dannenberg, A.L., Botchwey, N., Stone, C. Seto, E. (2014) Developing a Model Curriculum for a University Course in Health Impact Assessment in the United States. International Association of Impact Assessment.
  • Croft, D., Rehmani, O.F., Sidle, J.E. Aruasa, W., & Stone, C. (2013). A descriptive analysis of discharged patients retained for financial reasons in the medical wards at the MTRH. Kenya Journal of Health Sciences: Journal of the Schools of Medicine, Public Health and Dentistry, April.
  • Stone, C., & Greene, M. (2012). Health Impact Assessment as a Student Learning Opportunity. Journal of Urban and Metropolitan Universities, 21(1), 59-77.
  • Belcher, A., Henkle, J., Stone, C., & Minor, R. (2009). WESCO community health assessment: A partnership that works. In M. Moore, and P. Lin (Eds.), Service Learning in Higher Education: Paradigms and Challenges (pp. 251-258). Indianapolis: University of Indianapolis Press.
  • Richards, E.A., & Stone, C. L. (2008). ATI student evaluation survey analysis. Nursing Education Perspectives, 29(6). [Online]
  • Stone, C., & Rowles, C. (2007). Clinical site selection by students through the use of an internet database. Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 25(3) 1-5.
  • Stone, C., & Rowles, C. (2007). Nursing students can help support evidence- based practice on clinical nursing units. Journal of Nursing Management, 15(3), 367-370.
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