Misty M. Schwartz, PhD, RN
Misty M. Schwartz, PhD, RN

Misty M. Schwartz, PhD, RN

Adjunct Assistant Professor
College of Nursing

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Nursing - Doctorate

Position

  • Adjunct Assistant Professor

Education

  • University of Nebraska at Lincoln Lincoln, Nebraska - 2002-2009
  • Radford University Radford, Virginia 1995-1998
  • Creighton University Omaha, Nebraska 1988- 1992

Publications and Presentations

Articles

  • Parental perceptions of body mass index notification: A qualitative study, Journal of School Health, 85(10), 714-721, 2015
  • Abbott, A. A., Schwartz, M. M., Hercinger, M., Miller, C., Foyt, M. E. Predictors of Success on National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses for Accelerated Baccalaureate Nursing Graduates, Nurse Educator, 33, 5-6, 2008

Presentations

  • Schwartz, M. Parental Perceptions of Body Mass Index Referrals and Overweight School-Age Children: Planting the Seeds of Health. Poster Presentation (Invited). UNO/UNL Phi Delta Kappa Dissertation Meeting. University of Omaha Campus, Omaha, Nebraska., 2011
  • Schwartz, M. Perceptions of Parents Regarding Body Mass Index and Overweight in School-Age Children. Presentation of dissertation findings. Student Research Conference, College of Education & Human Sciences. Lincoln, Nebraska., 2009
  • “Perceptions of Parents Regarding Body Mass Index and Overweight in School-Age Children: Planting the Seeds of Health” Women in Educational Leadership Conference. Lincoln, Nebraska., 2009
  • “Planting the Seeds of Health: Parental Perceptions of Body Mass Index (BMI) Notification. 20th Annual Sigma Theta Tau Research Day. Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska., 2009
  • Partnering with Schools: Combining Service-Learning and Research. (Co-Presenter). 20th Annual Sigma Theta Tau Research Day. Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska., 2009

Research and Scholarship

Current Research Projects

  • Health Promotion across the lifespan Adolescent Girls - Vitamin D & Lipids Infant Nutrition Childhood and Adolescent Obesity Prevention Health Disparity Prevention