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Melody Cash

DEPARTMENT: Nursing Dept

POSITION: Department Chair and Professor

DEPARTMENT: MS in Nursing

POSITION: Professor

LOCATION: Main Campus, Harrisonburg | CC 325

PHONE: (540) 432-4187

EMAIL: cashmm@emu.edu

Melody earned her BA in nursing from EMU in 1989 and went on to earn a MS in medical/surgical nursing from University of Virginia two years later. In 2003 she earned her graduate certificate in teaching nursing. In August 2010 she earned her PhD in Education (Instructional Technology) from the University of Virginia Curry School of Education.

Education

  • PhD in Instructional Technology, University of Virginia Curry School of Education, August 2010.
  • Graduate Certificate in Teaching Nursing, IUPUI, April 2003.
  • Master of Science Degree in Medical/Surgical Nursing, University of Virginia, July 1991.
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree in Nursing, Eastern Mennonite College, May 1989.

Scholarly Presentations and Abstracts

  • Cash, M. (2015). A research based model for the design and delivery of health messages. Poster. Conference on Aging. Lynchburg, VA.
  • Cash, M. M. (2011). A research based model for the design and delivery of health messages. Presentation, National Gerontological Nurses Association. Louisville, KY.
  • Cash, M. (2011). What exactly is evidence based practice? Presentation. Rockingham Memorial Hospital, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • Cash, M. (2010). Application of Instructional Design Principles to Simulation. Presentation, VASSA (Virginia State Simulation Alliance).
  • Cash, M. Butcher, J., Horst, V., (2008). Enhancing student clinical skills and confidence utilizing laboratory simulation. Poster, VASSA (Virginia State Simulation Alliance) Conference.
  • Cash, M. Butcher, J., Horst, V., (2008). Enhancing student clinical skills and confidence utilizing laboratory simulation. Poster, Pi Mu Professional Development Day, Chapter of STTI, Harrisonburg, VA
  • Cash, M. Butcher, J., Horst, V., (2008). Enhancing student clinical skills and confidence utilizing laboratory simulation. Poster presentation, Mosby Faculty Development Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • Arnold, G.N.; Cohn, W.F.; Cash, M. M., (2007). When the people speak we listen: Making sure the library of tomorrow reflects the real needs of users. Presented by G. Arnold at the Medical Library Association Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.
  • Cash, M.M. (2007). Tailored Educational Approaches to Consumer Health Education. Presentation, Pi Mu Professional Development Day, Chapter of STTI, Harrisonburg, VA.