Theresa Gruenke Schnable, M.S., RN, ACNS-BCMarquette University
Clark Hall, 014AMilwaukeeWI53201United States of America(414) firstname.lastname@example.org
Clinical Instructor and Simulation Coordinator
Highest Degree and Institution
M.S., University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Nursing 4951: Faculty Led Community and Family Health Practicum in Peru- Study Abroad and Simulation
Nursing 4984: Transitions to Professional Nursing Practice Practicum
Health 4951: Global Health Concepts in South Africa
Nursing 4964: Nursing Care for Patients with Acute Conditions Clinical
Pedagogy, simulation, global and community health
International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning
National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists
Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society
Simulation, adult critical care, global and community health
Adult Clinical Nurse Specialist - Board Certified (ACNS-BC)
Woda, A., Gruenke, T., Alt-Gehrman, P., & Hansen, J. (2016). Nursing Student Perceptions Regarding Simulation Experience Sequencing. Journal of Nursing Education 55 (9), 528-532.
Woda, A., Schnable, T., Alt-Gehrman, P. (2019). Using Clinical Instructor Perceptions to Improve a Pilot Simulation Course. Nursing Education Perspectives.
2018 Use of Immersive Technology to Increase Student Self-Efficacy During Study Abroad. Marquette Explorer Challenge. Primary Investigator.