Shawna Mudd, DNP
Shawna Mudd has dedicated her career to the health of children in both acute and primary care settings. Dr. Mudd’s unique expertise stems from her experience in the pediatric emergency department, the trauma service, and as child abuse consultant and provider of specialized primary care to children of mothers in substance use treatment programs. This translates into valuable insight in her teaching. Her scholarly interests involve utilization of health care services for children and her most recent work focuses on the development of unique models of pediatric education and evaluation.
Below are selected resources. For more information, please see full CV.
Mudd SS. (2020). Innovative simulation roadmap for faculty to prepare advanced practice registered nurses for entry into practice. Nursing Education Perspectives. (Accepted.)
Mudd SS, Alvarado, S.M., Otaru, S. & Canares, T. (2020). Urgent care utilization in a pediatric population with private health insurance. Journal of Pediatric Healthcare. 34(3), e21-e27. doi: 10.1016/j.pedhc.2020.01.004.
Mudd SS, McIltrot, K, Brown, K. (2020). Utilizing telepresence robots for multiple patient simulation in an online nurse practitioner program. Nursing Education Perspectives, 41(4), p260-262, doi: 10.1097/01.NEP.0000000000000590.
Butz, A.M., Bellin, M.H., Bollinger, M.E., Kub, J., Mudd, S.S., Land, C.L., Ogborn, C.J., Thompson, R.E. & Tsoukleris, M. (2016). “Salivary cotinine measurement for all children with persistent asthma: spit matters.” Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, 116(5), 463-5.
Butz, A.M., Ogborn, J., Mudd, S., Ballreich, J., Tsoukleris, M., Land, C.L, Bollinger, M.E. (2015). “Factors associated with high short acting B2 agonist (SABA) use in urban children with asthma.” Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. S1081-1206 (15).
Schram, A.P. & Mudd, S.S. (2015). “Implementing standardized patients within simulation in a nurse practitioner program.” Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 11(4), 208-213.
Mudd, S. S., Leu, K., Sloand, E., & Ngo, T. N. (2015). “Pediatric asthma and the use of metered dose inhalers with valve holding chambers: Barriers to the implementation of evidence based practice.” Journal of Emergency Nursing, 41(1), 13-18.
2019 Outstanding Advanced Practice Clinical Award, Maryland Nurses Association
2018-2019 Excellence in Teaching, Johns Hopkins Alumni Association, Johns Hopkins Community Physicians
2018 Best Clinical Poster, International Pediatric Simulation Society, National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, NONPF 44th Annual conference: Steering NP Education Toward the Future, Indianapolis, IN
2016 Miller-Coulson Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant Clinical Excellence Award, awarded by the Miller-Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence, Excellence in Patient Care Symposium, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
2015 Outstanding Nurse Educator, awarded by the Maryland Nurses Association
2014 Teaching Innovation Award, “The Flipped Classroom”; Office of Teaching Excellence, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
2013 Excellence in Teaching Award, student nominated award presented by the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association, May 2013