|Anderson, Joel G.|
|Borchers, C. Todd|
|Deguzman, Pamela B.|
|Goins-Eplee, Susan Ross|
|Marshall, Mary Faith|
|Maxwell-Thompson, Carol Lynn|
|Midkiff, Leighanna K.|
|Smith, D. Todd|
Centennial Distinguished Professor of Nursing
Director, The Eleanor Crowder Bjoring Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry
Chair, Acute & Specialty Care Department
Dr. Arlene Keeling received her BSN, MSN and PhD from the University of Virginia, and completed post-doctoral work at the University of Pennsylvania, funded by the National Institute for Nursing Research. Dr. Keeling is the Centennial Distinguished Professor of Nursing at the University of Virginia School of Nursing. She is director of the Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry, Department Chair of Acute and Specialty Care, coordinator of the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program, and interim director of the PhD Program.
Dr. Keeling's clinical experience is in acute coronary care nursing. Dr. Keeling established herself nationally as a researcher in a series of studies on “Time-in-Bed” after interventional cardiac procedures (Time in Bed Studies, I to IV). Published and cited in numerous journals, this research has changed practice in cardiac units throughout the country.
Dr. Keeling’s major research work at the present time is in nursing history. She and her colleagues recently completed a book on the history of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing for their 40th anniversary. She is also the award-winning author of Nursing and the Privilege of Prescription, 1893-2000, which chronicles the history of advanced practice nursing with special emphasis on nurse’s role in dispensing, furnishing and prescribing medications. That work was funded by the National Library of Medicine. Dr. Keeling is currently researching the history of nursing in the 1918 influenza pandemic, and has recently joined Dr. Howard Markel’s team at the University of Michigan in their work on the 1918 flu pandemic.
As past President of the American Association for the History of Nursing, Dr. Keeling initiated two grants to support nursing historical scholarship. In addition, she collaborated with colleagues in the United Kingdom to set up an international conference on nursing history held in London in 2010.
Sorensen, E.L., Keeling, A., Snyder, A., & Syverud, S. (2012). Decreasing ED length of stay with the use of the Ottawa Ankle Rules among nurses. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 38(4), 350-352. doi:10.1016/j.jen.2011.02.014.
Keeling, A. (2011). Clinics in the "suitcase camps:" Nursing the migrants during the Great Depression, 1938-1941. Windows in Time, 19(1), 8-11.
Keeling, A. (2011). [Review of the book, Nursing, the finest art, by M. Patricia Donnahue]. Nursing History Review, , .
Thompson, M.E., & Keeling, A. (2011). Nurses' role in the prevention of infant mortality in 1884-1924: Health disparities then and now. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 26, doi:10.1016/j.pedn.2011.05.011.
Cockerham, A. & Keeling, A. (2010). Finance and Faith at the Catholic Maternity Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1944-1969. Nursing History Review, 18(1), 151-166.
Keeling, A. (2010). "Alert to the Necessities of the Emergency": U. S. Nursing during the 1918 Influenza Pandemic." Public Health Reports: Special Supplement on Pandemic Influenza, 125, 105-12.
Cockerham,A.,Keeling,A.,Parker,B. (2006). Seeking refuge at Monticello: Domestic violence in Thomas Jefferson's family. The Magazine of Albemarle County History, 64, 29-52.
Rose,K. M.,Keeling,A. W. (2006). Richmond Instructive Nurse's Visiting Association.. Journal of gerontological nursing, 32(12), 37-42.
Keeling,W. (2006). Book Review: The Great Influenza: The Epic Story of the Deadliest Plague in History by John M. Barry. NURSING HISTORY REVIEW, 14, 261-262.
Gianakos,S.,Keeling,A. W.,Haines,D.,Haugh,K. (2004). Time in bed after electrophysiological procedures (TIBS IV): a pilot study. American Journal of Critical Care, 13(1), 56.
Keeling,A. W.,Fisher,C. A.,Haugh,K. H.,Powers,E. R.,Turner,M. S. (2000). Reducing time in bed after percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (TIBS III). American Journal of Critical Care, 9(3), 185-187.
Keeling,A.,Utz,S. W.,Shuster,G. F.,Boyle,A. (1993). Noncompliance revisited: a disciplinary perspective of a nursing diagnosis.. Nursing Diagnosis, 4(3), 91-98.
Cockerham, A. & Keeling, A. (2012). Rooted in the mountains, reaching to the world: A history of the frontier school of nursing, 1939-1989. Louisville, KY: Butler Books.
Keeling, A., Brodie, B., Kirchgessner, J. (2010). The voice of professional nursing education: a 40-year history of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing. Washington, D.C.: American Association of Colleges of Nursing.
Wall, B., Keeling, A. (2010). Nurses on the Front Line: When Disaster Strikes, 1878-2010. New York: Springer Publishing.
Snyder, A.E., Terzioglu, F. & Keeling, A. (2010). Striving for the new normal: The aftermath of international disasters. In B. Wall & A. Keeling (Eds.), Nurses on the front line: When disaster strikes (pp. ). New York: Springer.
Keeling, A. (2004). Professional nursing comes of age: 1859-1999. In K. K. Chitty (Ed.), Professional nursing: Concepts and challenges (pp. 1-25). : WB Saunders Co
Haugh,K. H.,Keeling,A. (2003). Coronary artery disease and dysrhythmias. In Phipps,W. J., Monahan,F. D., Sands,J. K., Marek,J. F.,Neighbors,M. (Ed.), Medical-Surgical nursing: Health and Illness perspectives (pp. ). St. Louis, MO: Mosby
Haugh, K. H. & Keeling, A. (1999). Management of persons with dysrhythmias and coronary artery disease. In W. J. Phipps, J. K. Sands, & J. F. Marek (Eds.), (pp. ). St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby