Lucille Lombardi Travis PhD, RN, NE-BC is Professor in the School of Nursing at University of North Carolina-Charlotte. Dr. Travis has a comprehensive background in academic administration including strategic planning, curriculum development, faculty development, distance learning, and nursing informatics. Her teaching and research interests include nursing education, organizational development, strategic planning and management, nursing informatics, heart failure and transtelephonic monitoring. She has obtained a number of research grants, authored articles on her research and administrative topics as well as presented at national and international conferences. Dr. Travis has previously been selected as a HBO & Company Informatics Nurse Scholar. Dr. Travis earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, Master of Science degree in nursing education and doctoral degree in higher education administration from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. She also is certified in Nursing Administration by American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Travis, L., Hardin, SR., Benton, Z., Austin, L., Norris, L.W. (2012) A nurse-managed population based heart failure clinic: sustaining quality of life. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 2(4) 1-9
Travis, L., Hart, A., Hardin, S., & Harwell, K. (2013) Academic-Service Partnerships: Seven dimensions to address successful collaboration. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 3(1) 1-12
Travis, L., & Anthony, M. (2011) Energizing the research enterprise at non-academic health center Schools of Nursing. Journal of Professional Nursing. 27(5) 215-220
Eastwood, C., Travis, L., Cole, N., Morgenstern, T., (2007) Weight and Symptom Diary for Self-Monitoring in Heart Failure Clinic Patients. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 22(5), 382-389.
Eastwood, C., Travis, L., Donaho, E., Morgenstern, T., & Cole, N. (2002) Self-Monitoring through Use of a Weight and Symptom Diary Improves Outcomes for Heart Failure Patients. (Abstract) Circulation, 106(19) Supplement II-599
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