Facilitating RN-BS completion articulation and dual enrollment programs with community colleges
Research with vulnerable populations including inmates, those in frequent contact with law enforcement, and parents whose child has made a suicide attempt
2018, Awarded Community Health Endowment Grant "Connecting Community Service Agencies to Improve Access to Behavioral Health Services"
2016, Awarded Sigma Theta Tau Beta Omega Chapter Grant "Survey of Concerns Most Important to Parents After Their Children’s Suicide Attempt: A Pilot Study"
2011, Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services (JPN) Article of the Year Award.
Hickey, K., Rossetti, J., Oldenburg, N., Abendroth, M., Uhlken, C, Musker, K., Peters, B., and Paramore, P. (2017). Moving nursing program portfolio assessment from midterm to end of program: Lessons learned.Nurse Educator, 42(4), 172-175.
Hickey, K., Rossetti, J., Strom, J., and Bryant, K. (2015). Issues most important to parents after their child's suicide attempt: A pilot Delphi study.Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, 28, 157-164.
Hickey, K., Kerber, C., Astroth, K., and Kim, M., Schlenker, E. (2015). Behind bars: experiences conducting behavioral addictions research in a county jail.Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services,53(10), 60-64.
Hickey, K., Kerber, C., Astroth, K., Kim, M., and Schlenker, E. (2014). Gambling and perceived health among adult jail inmates.Journal of Forensic Nursing, 10(1), 36-43.
Hickey, K., Kerber, C., Astroth, K., Kim, M., Schlenker, E. (2014). Perceived health and gambling behavior of inmates: A review of the literature.Nursing Forum, 49(4), 247-58. DOI: 10.1111/nuf.12055
Kerber, C.S., Hickey, K. H., Astroth, K. A., and Kim, M.J. (2012). Gambling behaviors and perceived health among incarcerated older adults.Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services,50(8), 32-39.
Kerber, C.S., Schlenker, E., and Hickey, K. (2011). Does your older adult client have a gambling problem?Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 49(6), 38-43.