Monica F. Rochman, PhD, RN
- Assistant Professor
- Director, Executive Nurse Leadership Program
- PhD, Nursing Business and Health Systems (2012)
University of Michigan (MI)
- BSN, Nursing (2005)
University of Michigan (MI)
- Nursing Diploma (1999)
Ravenswood School of Nursing (IL)
I am assistant professor and director for the Executive Nurse Leadership Program. Prior to this position, I served as the program director for nursing research and evidence based practice at ChristianaCare Hospital in Delaware, where I provided leadership and strategic direction for nursing research and evidence-based practice. I completed my post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research. My post-doctoral research focused on the impact of nurse staffing and the nurse work environments on in-hospital cardiac arrest survival, and I received a competitive American Association of Critical Care Nurses grant to fund part of her research.
I have held positions in the fields of clinical research, performance improvement, and emergency nursing. Additionally, I held an appointment at the National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice from 2010-2014. The council advised the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Congress on policy issues related to the Title VIII programs administered by the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Bureau of Health Professions Division of Nursing.
My research interests include: Evidence-Based practice, missed care, organizational features of nursing (nurse work environment, education, staffing) impact on patient outcomes; missed nursing care, implementation science, leadership, teamwork, incivility
- Nurse workforce
- Nurse work environment
- Evidence-based practice (EBP) enculturation
- Dierkes, A.M., Do, D., Morin, H., Rochman, M.F., Sloane, D.M., McHugh, M.D. (in review). The impact of California’s staffing mandate and the economic recession on registered nurse staffing levels: a longitudinal analysis. Nursing Outlook.
- Birkhoff, S. D., Nair, J. M., Monturo, C., Molyneaux, D., Rochman, M. F., Sawyer, A. M., & Moriarty, H. (2020). Increasing nursing research capacity: The roles and contributions of nurse scientists within healthcare systems in the Greater Philadelphia region. Applied nursing research. 55, 151288. DOI: 10.1016/j.apnr.2020.151288
- McHugh, M., Rochman, M., Sloane et al., (2016). Better nurse staffing and nurse work environments associated with increased survival of in-hospital cardiac arrest patients. Medical care. 54(1): 74-80 DOI: 10.1097/MLR.0000000000000456
- Rochman, M., et al., (2012).. Journal of nursing care quality. 27(3): 277-281. DOI: 10.1097/NCQ.0b013e31825734b4
- Kalisch,B., Friese CR., Choi, SH., & Rochman, M. (2011). Hospital nurse staffing: choice of measures matters. Medical care. 49(8): 775-779. DOI: 10.1097/MLR.0b013e318222a6df
- Kalisch, B., Lee, H., & Rochman, M. (2010). Nursing teamwork and job satisfaction. Journal of nursing management. 18(8): 938-947 DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2834.2010.01153.x
Professional Affiliations & Memberships
AcademyHealth, American Organization for Nursing Leadership, American Nurses Association, Association for Leadership for Nursing Science, Eastern Nursing Research Society, Sigma Theta Tau International, Beta Xi Chapter, University of Delaware