Scholarly Journals--Accepted

  • Nielsen, C, Ward, C, Zamora, Z, and Shuck-Connor, C (2022). A standardized approach to enteral medication administration, Nursing2022, 52, 5, 54-57. (05/2022)

Scholarly Journals--Submitted

  • Nursing 2021 - submitting article on Enteral Feeding project - still in process Governance project at LLU Med Center on Enteral feedings and free water amounts (05/2021)

Scholarly Journals--Published

  • Zamora, Z., Shedd, J., and Kittipha, P. (Mar/Apr 2019) "Putting it all together": Budget friendly simulation. Nurse Education Perspectives, (40) 2, p. 123-124. doi: 10.1097/01.NEP.0000000000000357 INNOVATION CENTER (Accepted 09/2017) Abstract: Clinical simulation in nursing has become increasingly valuable in helping students learn tasks and assessments in a non-threatening environment. Evaluating student assessments can be done in a cost-effective manner and promote collegiality amongst faculty. This article focuses on three tips used by one university to encompass a comprehensive simulation scenario: 1) being able to write their own scenarios, 2) create their own assessment forms using Word, and 3) bar scanning with QR code readers. Using these three innovative ideas can objectively capture a clinical snapshot in a cost-effective manner. KEY WORDS: Simulation; Assessments; “Quick Response” (QR) code reader; Adjunct/Clinical Faculty (10/2017)
  • Zamora, Z, Sarpy, N, & Kittpha, P. (2016). "Using YouTube in Teaching Pharmacology", Nurse Education Perspectives Nursing Education Perspectives: July/August 2017 - Volume 38 - Issue 4 - p 218–219 doi: 10.1097/01.NEP.0000000000000147 Innovative teaching article submitted for consideration based on the use YouTube in Teaching gastrointestinal diseases and drugs used for Nrsg 305 Pharmacology. Students used YouTube as part of a professional powerpoint presentation for group presentation of the content to their peers. (01/2016)
  • Zamora, Z., Clark, M.J., Winslow, B., Schatzschneider, M., & Burkard, J. (2011). "Orthotopic neobladder irrigation: Competency assessment through simulation". Urologic Nursing, 132(1), p. 311-315. (04/2011 - 05/2011)
  • Submitted capstone project: Neobladder Hand Irrigation: Competency Assessment Through Simulation to Urologic Nursing (05/2010)

Non-Scholarly Journals

  • Contributed to: Pfeiffer, L. D. (2011). Words of Wisdom: Nursing (1st ed.). Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse Contribution on page 125 on "Words of Wisdom: Nursing" book by Lawrence Pfeiffer (08/2011)