Betty Nance-Floyd, PhD, RN, CNE, CNL

Assistant Professor & Director, Center for Lifelong Learning
Adult Health

bnfloyd@unc.edu

919.966.3640

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Nursing
Carrington Hall, CB #7460
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7460

Office: L400

2017

Chosen for UNC- CH Chancellor’s Faculty Entrepreneurship Workshop

2016

Fulbright Specialist

2016

Sigma Theta Tau International, Gamma Zeta Chapter, PhD Award

2016

Received Preparing Future Faculty Assessment Award, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Preparing Future Faculty (PFF)

2014

Chosen for University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) Fellow, Completed in 2016

2015

i3@unc Fellow, UNC Systems

1995

Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing

BOOKS AND CHAPTERS

Nance-Floyd, B. (2017). Module Three: Role of the RN in the Primary Care Setting in North Carolina AHEC Primary Care Program. Theory Course Textbooks and Online Modules: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Self-Paced Courses: The Friday Center, Chapel Hill, N.C.

REFEREED PAPERS/ARTICLES

Zomorodi, M., Zerden, L., Nance-Floyd, B., Alexander, L., Wilfert, R., & Byerley, J. (2017). Impact of an interprofessional population health course and clinical immersion experience: Students and practice outcomes, Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice. 9, 91-94.

Zomorodi, M., Zerden, L., Alexander, L., & Nance-Floyd, B. (2017). Using students strategically to develop an interprofessional course, Nurse Educator. 42(1), 5-7.

Nance-Floyd, B. (2011). Tracheostomy care: An evidence-based guide for suctioning and dressing change. American Nurse Today, 6(7), 14-17.

IN PRESS/SUBMITTED

Nance-Floyd, B., & Zomorodi, M. (In Press). Clinical Site Development for the Clinical Nurse Leader in a Rural Primary Care Setting, Journal of Nursing Care Quality.

PRODUCTS OF ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP

Local:

Nance-Floyd, B. (2016). A Qualitative Study to Understand the Perception of Illness and the Decision Making Process for Accessing and Utilizing Health Care for American Indians in Southeastern NC. (Doctoral dissertation).

Nance-Floyd, B. (April, 2016). A Qualitative Study to Understand the Perception of Illness and the Decision Making Process for Accessing and Utilizing Health Care for American Indians in Southeastern NC. Poster presentation at the Honors and Research Day, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Nursing. Chapel Hill, NC.

State:

Nance-Floyd, B. (November, 2017). A Qualitative Study to Understand the Perception of Illness and the Decision Making Process for Accessing and Utilizing Health Care for American Indians in Southeastern NC. Poster presentation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Nursing, Center for Lifelong Learning, Cultural Awareness to Improve Patient Outcomes, Chapel Hill, NC

Nance-Floyd, B., Page, J., & Williams, J. (May, 2017). Reflection on action: Helping students make sense of diversity and nursing care. Poster presentation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Nursing, Center for Lifelong Learning, Excellence in Teaching Institute, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Nance-Floyd, B., & Zomorodi, M. (2015). Lessons learned from i3@UNC. Poster presentation at i3@UNC Course Development Institute, Wilmington, NC.

International:

Nance-Floyd, B. (July, 2016). The diverse roles of nurse educators. Keynote speaker as the Fulbright Specialist for Kamuzu College of Nursing, Lilongwe, Malawi.

Nance-Floyd, B. (July, 2016). A review of successful nursing teaching strategies for a variety of educational settings. Presentation as the Fulbright Specialist for Kamuzu College of Nursing, Lilongwe, Malawi.

Nance-Floyd, B. (July, 2016). Using technology to stay connected. Presentation as the Fulbright Specialist for Kamuzu College of Nursing, Lilongwe, Malawi.

Nance-Floyd, B. (July, 2016). Lessons learned from the annual nursing student skills fair. Speaker as the Fulbright Specialist for Kamuzu College of Nursing, Blantyre, Malawi.

Nance-Floyd, B. (July, 2016). Best debriefing strategies for nursing students to learn and retain their skills. Speaker as the Fulbright Specialist for Kamuzu College of Nursing, Blantyre, Malawi.

Nance-Floyd, B. (July, 2016). Developing case studies: Concept to evaluation. Workshop as the Fulbright Specialist for Kamuzu College of Nursing, Lilongwe, Malawi.

Nance-Floyd, B. (July, 2016). How to make the best out of what you have. Speaker as the Fulbright Specialist for Kamuzu College of Nursing, Lilongwe, Malawi.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Local:

Nance-Floyd, B., & Zomorodi, M. (Dec, 2016). Understanding lean and six sigma. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Nursing, SoN LEAN Open House, Poster presentation, Chapel Hill, NC

Zomorodi, M., Wilfert, R., Zerden, L., & Nance-Floyd, B. (Dec, 2015). Building collaborations: Lessons learned from a pilot interprofessional course on population health. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Carolina Seminars, Expert Panel Presentation, Speaker, Chapel Hill, NC

State:

Nance-Floyd, B. (May, 2017). Sexual assault in later life. Age out loud- Silence is not golden. North Carolina Partnership to Address Adult Abuse, Annual Conference, Workshop Expert presenter, Raleigh, NC.

Nance-Floyd, B., Newton, J., Parker, C., Winstead, J., & Vaughn, B. (Feb. 2017). Scope of Practice. UNC Physicians Network, Medical Director’s Meeting, Expert Panel Presentation, Speaker, Morrisville, NC

Nance-Floyd, B. (Oct, 2016). Decision making for American Indians: What is next? St. James Volunteer Fire Department Day, Speaker, St. James, NC.

Nance-Floyd, B. (July, 2016). Understanding health related decision making for American Indians in Southeastern NC. NC American Indian Health Board meeting, Speaker, Greensboro, NC.

Nance-Floyd, B. (May, 2016). A Qualitative Study to Understand the Perception of Illness and the Decision Making Process for Accessing and Utilizing Health Care for American Indians in Southeastern NC. Key Note Presentation at the STTI Alpha Xi, Annual Dinner University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

Nance, B. (May, 2009). Where will you go from here? Bladen Community College, Nursing Pinning Ceremony, Speaker, Dublin, NC.

Nance, B. (March 2009), Quality Improvement, Advance Job Fair and CE Event, Raleigh, NC.

National:

Nance-Floyd, B., Page, J., & Williams, J. (September, 2016). Reflection on action: Helping students make sense of diversity and nursing care. Poster presentation at the National League for Nursing National Educational Summit, Orlando Florida.

Nance-Floyd, B., & Zomorodi, M. (2015). Clinical site development for the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) as part of an interprofessional team in a rural primary care setting. Podium presentation at Clinical Nurse Leader Association Fall Regional Conference, Birmingham, AL.

International:

Worsham, J. & Nance-Floyd, B. (December, 2017). What it means to be a professional nurse. Presentation for the Centre for Nursing Development, Genlabs Healthcare. Bangalore, India.

Nance-Floyd, B. (December, 2017). Leading using therapeutic relationships. Presentation for the Centre for Nursing Development, Smt. Nagarathnamma School of Nursing, Karnataka, India.

FUNDED (ACTIVE)

Role Title Total Direct Amount (FTE if available) Percent Effort Agency Dates
PI UNC RN Community Faculty Fellows $13,500 (67,500 pleged) 15% UNC SON Foundations: RN Community Faculty Fellows January 24, 2018

 

Funded (Completed)

Role Title Total Direct Amount (FTE if available) Percent Effort Agency Dates
Team Member

Health Care PROMISE for Populations: Reformed Outcomes Management from Interprofessional, Systems based Education; PI, Meg Zomorodi

$44,372 5% AHEC 2016-2017
PI

Nursing Clinical Site Development Grant

$10,000 5% NC Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) 2015-2016
PI

Alpha Alpha Chapter, Faculty Doctoral Research Grant

$1,000 0%

Sigma Theta Tau International, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

2015-2016
PI Doctoral Research Grant $1,500 0%

Sigma Theta Tau International, University of South Carolina, Alpha Xi Chapter

2015-2016
PI Carrington Leave Grant 50% workload credit

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Nursing, Chapel Hill

2015-2016
Research team member

Faculty Resource for vSim for Nursing

0% NLN, Wolters Kluwer Health and Laerdal Medical 2014

 

UNDER REVIEW

Role Title Total Direct Amount (FTE if available) Percent Effort Agency Dates
PI

UNC RN Community Faculty: Train-the-Trainer, Clinical Site Development

$46,688 15% AHEC Campus Innovation Grant 2018-2019