Judith A. Schmidt

Phone:

409-944-1381

Position:

 Instructor of Associate Degree Nursing

Office:

R-283

 Title:

 Instructor of Associate Degree Nursing

Email:

jschmidt@gc.edu

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INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED

 

Academic Degree

Degree – Date              

Other Qualifications

The Catholic University of America

Nursing

Doctorate – 5/1989

Texas RN License

The Catholic University of America

Nursing

Master – 5/1974

BCLS

Russell Sage University

Nursing

Bachelor – 5/1969    

ACLS


POSITIONS HELD

Clinical Staffing Solutions, UTMB

Registered Nurse

Medical-surgical

Mainland Medical Center

Staff Nurse

Rehabilitation Unit

UTMB

Volunteer

Emergency Room

Emory University School of Medicine, Georgia

Research Coordinator

Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

Emory University School of Medicine, Georgia

Research Coordinator

Division of Pediatric Nephrology

St. Joseph’s Hospital of Atlanta

Research Coordinator

Hear/Vascular Research

Emory University, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing

Adjunct Faculty

 

Northside Hospital, Georgia

Registered Nurse

 

Emory University School of Medicine, Georgia

Research Coordinator

Cardiac Electrophysiology

Emory University Hospital, Georgia

Registered Nurse

Orthopedic Surgery

Emory University School of Medicine, Georgia

Assistant Professor/Director of Research

Department of Surgery

Medlantic Research Institute, Washington D.C.

Nurse Research Associate

Trauma

Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington D.C.

Nurse Coordinator

MS-Beta interferon Study

Washington Hospital Center, Washington D.C.

Registered Nurse

 

George Washington University Medical Center, Washington D.C.

Research Coordinator

Anesthesia

Children’s National Medical Center, Washington D.C

Clinical Nurse/Clinical Unit Coordinator

Pediatric ICU

National Institutes of Health, Washington D.C

Clinical Nurse

 

Washington Hospital Center, Washington D.C

Clinical Nurse

 

Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington D.C.

Military Nurse

 

PUBLICATIONS

The role of ultrasound in patients with possible                                       Penetrating cardiac wounds: a prospective multicenter study.

 

Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection and Critical Care

46 (4): 543, 1999.
Rozycki, GS, Feliciano, DV, Ochsner, MG, Knudson, MM, Hoyt, DB, Davis, F, Hammerman, D, Figueredo, V, Harviel, JD, Han, DC,                                        Schmidt, JA.                                      

Early detection of hemoperitoneum by ultrasound examination of the right upperquadrant: a multi-center study.

 

Journal of Trauma

45 (5): 878, 1998
Rozycki, GS, Schmidt, JA, Ochsner, MG, Thomas, B, Boulanger, NR, Davis, FE, Falcone, RE, Feliciano, DV

Surgeon-performed ultrasound for the assessment of truncal injuries: lessons learned from 1,540 patients.

Annals of Surgery

228 (4) 557, 1998.
Rozycki, GS. Ballard, RB, Feliciano, DV, Schmidt, JA, Pennington, SD.

Validation of surgeon-performed emergency abdominal ultrasonography in pediatric trauma patients.                       

Journal of Pediatric Trauma

33 (2), 322, 1998.
Thourani, VH, Pettitt, BJ, Schmidt, JA, Cooper, WA, Rozycki, GA.

The role of surgeon performed ultrasound in patients with possible cardiac wounds. 

 

Annals of Surgery

223 (6): 737, 1996.
Rozycki, GS, Feliciano, DV, Schmidt, JA, Cushman, JG, Sisley, AC,Ingram, W, Ansley, J.

Ultrasound training during ATLS: an early start for surgical interns. 

Journal of Trauma

41 (2): 208, 1996.
Han, DC, Rozycki, GS, Schmidt, JA, Feliciano, DV.

The evaluation of a two-tiered trauma response system at a major trauma center: Is it cost-effective and safe?    

Journal of Trauma

39 (5): 971, 1995.
Ochsner, MG, Schmidt, JA, Rozycki, GS, Champion, HR.

A prospective study of surgeon-performed ultrasound as the initial diagnostic modality for injured patient assessment.

Journal of Trauma

39 (3): 492, 1995.
Rozycki, GS, Ochsner, MG, Schmidt, JA, Frankel, HL, Davis, TP, Wang, D, Champion, HR.

A prospective study of surgeon-performed ultrasound as the initial diagnostic modality for injured patient assessment

Journal of Trauma

37 (1): 160, 1994.
Rozycki, GS, Ochsner, MG, Frankel, H, Schmidt, JA, Wang, D, Champion, HR.

The Relationship of Family Function and Coping to Outcomes of Care in Families of Tracheostomized Infants and Children

(Doctoral Dissertation).

Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1989.

 

 

 

 

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