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Department:
School of Nursing

Building Location:
Demergasso-Bava
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Office Location:
DBH 258 - See Map

Phone: (209) 667-6805

E-mail: apingenot@csustan.edu


Alleene “Anne” Pingenot

Assistant Professor, PhD, RN



Education:

Civilian Education:

1970. BSN University of Iowa

1979. MA in Nursing from  University of Iowa (Specialization: Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Clinical Practice)

2002. MS in Psychology from Kansas State University. (Specialization: human factors research)

2006. PhD in Psychology from  Kansas State University (specialization: Applied Cognitive Science, specifically decision making)

2006-2008. Post Doctorate Studies in Decision Making Research.  University of Stirling, Department of Nursing and Midwifery, Stirling, Scotland.

Military Education:

Army Medical Department Officer’s Basic
Army Community Health Nurse Specialty School
Army Medical Department Advanced Course
Army Command and General Staff College

Clinical Specialization:

Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Nursing)

Judgment and Decision Making (Psychology)

Courses Taught:


RN-BSN:
Issues in the Nursing Profession
Leadership and Management
Introduction to Nursing

Pre-licensure:
Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Theory
Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Practicum
Senior Practicum
Introduction to Nursing Practice
Issues in the Nursing Profession

Research Interest:

Situation Awareness and Clinical Decision Making measurement in Simulation Environments
Consumer Health Decision Making
Methodologies for Research on Nurse Relevant Clinical Issues
Medication Interface Design

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Professional Experience:

Civilian:

Military:

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Research and Publications:

Pingenot A, Shanteau J and Stengstacke D (2009) Description of Inpatient Medication Management using Cognitive Work Analysis. Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 27 (6), 379-392. doi: 10.1097/NCN.0b013e3181bcad2f

Shanteau J and Pingenot A, Expert Opinion. In Kattan MW, Ed. Encyclopedia of
Medical Decision Making, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, (2009): pp 71-74.

Shanteau J and Pingenot A, Expert Medical Systems.  In Kattan MW, Ed. Encyclopedia
of Medical Decision Making, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, (2009): pp 74-77.

Shanteau J and Pingenot A, Subjective Expected Utility Theory. In Kattan MW, Ed.
Encyclopedia of Medical Decision Making, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, (2009): pp

Pingenot A (July 2009) Editorial for International Journal of Nursing and Midwifery.
Online at  http://www.academicjournals.org/ijnm/contents/2009cont/July.htm

Shanteau J, Pingenot A and Pingenot J (June 2009) Evaluation of Medication System
Interface. Proceedings of NDM9, the Ninth International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making, London, UK, June 2009. Pp 160-165.  Published by the British Computer Society

Pingenot, A., Shanteau, J, & Pingenot, J.D.F (July/August 2007) Quantitative method of
medication system evaluation. Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 25(4), 1-10.
doi: 10.1097/01.NCN.0000280591.73808.e7

Pingenot, A (2006) Functional Measurement of Immunization Decision Making.
Doctoral Dissertation, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

Pingenot, A, &Shanteau, J (Spring-Summer 2006) New insights on immunization
information presentation.  European Association for Decision Making Bulletin. p.9.  http://www.psylone.com/EADMBulletin_SprSum06.pdf

Pingenot, Alleene (May 2002) Forum, On the hospital chart.  Letters to the editor in
response to “Welcome to the (Almost) digital hospital (Weiss, IEEE Spectrum,
March 2002), IEEE Spectrum, 10.

Pingenot, A. (2002) Verbal Protocol Analysis of Situation Awareness.  Master Thesis.
Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

Pingenot, A. (1988) Care of sexually abused children.  Nursing Yearbook 88.

Springhouse Corp. Springhouse, PA, 132-134.

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Software Development:

Co-Developer with Dr. Dalgleish of  theDRT ™ software for on line research application of the General Assessment and Decision Making Model developed by Dr. Len Dalgleish.  This software is jointly owned by the University of Stirling, Dr. Dalgleish and Dr. Alleene Pingenot.

Projects (current):

Measurement of Situation Awareness and Clinical Decision Making using Simulation
Technology use in nursing, beginning with a study of cell phone use in inpatient units

Podium Presentations:

Pingenot, A., Adams, L., Johnston, M.A., and Craven, D (Podium presentation April 2012) Objective performance measures in clinical patient simulation.  45th Annual Western Institute of Nursing Research Conference, April 18-21, 2012, Portland, OR.

Pingenot, A (21 Jun 2008) How the health beliefs model operates in immunisation
decisions. University of Stirling, Stirling, Scotland, UK.

Pingenot, A (5 Jun 2008) Decisions, Decisions. Presentation to The Rock Project,
Stirling, Scotland, UK.

Pingenot, A (8 April 08) Clinical decision making using patient simulators. Royal
College of Nursing Conference, Liverpool, UK.

Pingenot, A. (12 Dec. 2006) Clinical Decision Making.  Keynote address at Festival of
Learning and Teaching, School of Health Studies, Bell College, Hamilton,
Scotland, UK

Hinken, M., Pingenot, A., and Shanteau, J. (20 April 2005) The Effect of Affect on a
Memory Task. Presented at Kansas State University spring undergraduate research symposium.

Pingenot, A. Jones, K & Shanteau, J. (2004) Cognitive Work Analysis of a Medication
System. Presented at Oklahoma-Kansas Judgment and Decision Making annual meeting, Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK.

Hinken, M., Pingenot, A., & Shanteau, J. (2004) The Influence of Affect Induction on a
Memory Task.  Presented at Kansas State University spring undergraduate research symposium.

Mady, H., Pingenot, A., & Shanteau, J. (2004) The Effect of Depression on a Memory
Task.  Presented at Kansas State University spring undergraduate research symposium.

Pingenot, A., & Shanteau, J. (2003) Experience as a Factor in Organization of
Medication Names. Presented at Oklahoma-Kansas Judgment and Decision Making annual meeting, Oklahoma City, OK

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Poster Presentations:

Crayton, D., Buell, A., Pingenot, A. and Katsma, D (Poster 2012) Calling in at work: nursing cell phone policies in acute care. 45th Annual Western Institute of Nursing Research Conference, April 18-21, 2012, Portland, OR.

Pingenot A, Adams L, Johnston M and Craven D (Poster 2010) Comparison of Student Self Evaluation to Subject Matter Expert Evaluation in Simulation Scenarios. 12th Annual Research Days.  UCSF School of Nursing, Center for Nursing Research & Innovation.

Pingenot A, Adams L, Johnston M and Craven D (Poster 2010) Student Self Evaluation of Performance in Patient Simulator, a comparison to Subject Matter Expert Evaluation.  Sigma Theta Tau, Rho Tau Chapter Spring Research Conference Modesto, CA

Pingenot, A (17 May 2008) How Health Beliefs Model Variables Affect Immunisation
Decisions.  Poster presented at Department of Nursing and Midwifery Research
Day, University of Stirling, Stirling, Scotland.

Pingenot A (Poster, August meeting in Warsaw, Poland, 19-23 Aug 07)
Information Format in Immunization Decision-Making. Subjective Probability, Utility and Decision Making Society.    http://www.spudm21.org

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Research Support:

HeatlhQuest Consortium, Glasgow, Scotland.  Support of Post-Doctoral Studies.

Professional Organizations:

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