Sally May Miller1Sally May Miller, RN, PhDVanderbilt University School of Nursing461 21st Ave. SouthNashville, TN 37240Email: N2015PhD in NursingCollege of NursingUniversity of ArizonaTucson, Arizona1991Master of Science, NursingMajor in Critical Care; Minor in TeachingUniversity of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, California1987California Community College Instructor CredentialUniversity of California, Santa Cruz ExtensionSanta Cruz, California1986Bachelor of Science, NursingStatewide Nursing ProgramCalifornia State University, Long Beach1982Associate Degree in NursingCabrillo CollegeAptos, California1980Associate in Science Degree, GerontologyCabrillo CollegeAptos, CaliforniaFELLOWSHIP and SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS2018-2019Research Fellow, International Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning2004-2005Geriatric Faculty Scholar (non-matriculated)Northern California Geriatric Education CenterUniversity of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, California

Sally May Miller2PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE7/21-presentAssistant Professor of Nursing; Frist Nursing Informatics Center Innovation TeamFocus on special projects design, implementation and analyses.8/18 7/21Assistant Professor of Nursing; Simulation Specialist/Research and ScholarshipVanderbilt University School of NursingNashville, TennesseePromote, support and lead research and scholarly activities in the science ofsimulation-based learning including skills and simulation integration, facultydevelopment, scholarship, research and dissemination.8/06 –8/18Assistant Professor of Nursing; Skills and Simulation Lab ManagerVanderbilt University School of NursingNashville, TennesseeProcure and maintain high-fidelity mannequins, task trainers and consumables.Support and develop faculty for lab instruction and simulation. Create, organize,set-up and run simulation scenarios. Hire and supervise simulation staff. TeamMember and Lead Faculty: HRSA Grant – Using Virtual Reality to TeachSimulation.2/05 8/06Clinical Educator, Adult Medicine Service LineMaury Regional HospitalColumbia, TennesseeResponsibilities included unit-based nursing in-service, orientation, conductingand facilitating staff development classes, skills enhancement of licensed andnon-licensed nursing staff. Member of numerous hospital committees.2/05 –4/05Adjunct Clinical FacultyColumbia State Community CollegeColumbia, TennesseeSupervised 10 students on a medical-surgical unit. Provided skills instruction andvalidation in a skill laboratory setting.08/99 12/04Faculty, Registered Nursing Program (full time)Cabrillo CollegeAptos, CaliforniaTeaching responsibilities included medical-surgical and gerontology theory, casestudy development and facilitator for critical thinking seminars, teaching andtesting students in advanced medical-surgical skills lab, supervision of students inacute care, skilled nursing, outpatient clinics and community sites.

Sally May Miller3Semester coordinator (administrative) responsibilities included chairing meetings,mentoring and overseeing adjunct faculty, scheduling exams, coordinatingsyllabus preparation, communicating with student class representatives, andstudent advisement. Non-instructional activities included participation in nursingdepartment and college-wide committees, and activities.07/0108/04Staff nurse, Telemetry Care Unit (per diem)Dominican HospitalSanta Cruz, CaliforniaProvided direct nursing care to patients requiring close observation and/or cardiacmonitoring, including cardiac, renal, respiratory and post-operative diagnoses.19911999Clinical Educator/Clinical Nurse SpecialistWatsonville Community HospitalWatsonville, CaliforniaConducted hospital-wide in-service and continuing education programs fornursing and allied health. Arranged clinical rotations, preceptorships andresidencies for schools of nursing. Coordinated certification programs and annualeducation/ safety review. Developed clinical and administrative policies andprocedures. Director of Staff Development for long-term care for distinct-partskilled nursing unit. Clinical Nurse Specialist responsibilities (7/97 - 10/98)included clinical and administrative duties in the Critical Care Unit. Directedstaff and coordinated resources for a move into new facility. Prepared employeesand hospital unit for JCAHO and state accreditation.19911996Faculty, Vocational Nursing Program (part-time)Cabrillo CollegeAptos, CaliforniaParticipated in multiple aspects of the program including teaching, studentevaluation, faculty meetings, and textbook selection. Areas of instructionincluded gerontologic, cerebrovascular, respiratory and endocrine nursing.1984 1991Staff Nurse, Critical Care UnitWatsonville Community HospitalWatsonville, CaliforniaProvided hands-on care to critically ill patients. Recovery Room relief.Transported unstable patients to tertiary and other medical facilities. Taught inCritical Care and Telemetry training program.1986 1989Laboratory Instructional Assistant, Nursing Career Ladder ProgramCabrillo College

Sally May Miller4Aptos, CaliforniaLectured on and demonstrated basic and advanced nursing procedures to LVN-toRN students; developed exams and evaluated students; ordered and maintainednursing lab equipment and resources. Substituted for clinical rotations.1984 1986Discharge Planner/Staff NurseCasa Serena Home Health AgencyAptos, CaliforniaDischarge Planner contracted to skilled nursing facilities. Developed dischargeplanning guidelines, oriented RNs to the discharge planning process; performedhome visits and coordinated the healthcare team.1983 1984Staff Nurse/Discharge PlannerSamaritan Home ServicesSanta Cruz, CaliforniaPerformed home visits and coordinated the healthcare team. Discharge Plannercontracted to skilled nursing facilities.1982 1983Staff Nurse, Telemetry UnitSalinas Valley Memorial HospitalSalinas, CaliforniaCompleted 12 week new-graduate Critical Care Internship Program. Providedcare to telemetry and critically ill patients; ICU/CCU relief nurse.1976 1982Employed as Certified Nurse Aide while attending prerequisite courses andnursing school.HONORS AND AWARDS2019Health Professions Education Research Day Blue Ribbon Poster Award: A Multimodal Workshop to Teach Frailty-focused Communication. Vanderbilt HealthProfessions Education Research Day. (Miller, Maxwell)2018Research Poster Award, Interprofessional Simulation Between Nursing andDivinity Students: Qualitative Findings. International Nursing Association ofClinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Toronto, Canada (Miller, Stewart,Hawkins Stringer, VanRegenmorter, Alexander, Phillippi)2012Dean's Award for Recognition of Faculty Achievement in Informatics EndeavorsVanderbilt University School of Nursing1992Spirit of Excellence Award, Watsonville Community Hospital, Watsonville, CA

Sally May Miller5FUNDING7/2018Miller, S.M. (PI), Maxwell, C.A. (Co-I).Center for Effective Health Communication, 7,500.00A Multi-modal Educational Workshop to Teach Effective Frailty-FocusedHealthcare Communication Vanderbilt2017Stewart, Hawkins Stringer, Miller, VanRegenmorter, Alexander, PhillippiLearning Beyond Roles and Checklists through a Nursing and DivinityInterprofessional SimulationSigma Theta Tau International, Iota Chapter, Vanderbilt University School ofNursing2015Miller, S.M.Lange Doctoral Dissertation Award, 3000.00College of Nursing, University of ArizonaTai Chi for Driving Health: Cognitive and Physical Function Related to SafeDriving Performance among Older Tai Chi PractitionersLICENSES AND CERTIFICATESRegistered Nurse License, TennesseeRegistered Nurse License, California (1982-2006)Clinical Nurse Specialist License, California (1996-2006)Public Health Nursing Certificate, California (1986-2006)Advanced Cardiac Life Support (1982-2009)Community College Instructor Credential, California (Valid for Life)Nursing; Health and Physical Care Services and Related TechnologiesDirector of Staff Development Certificate (for Long-term Care), CaliforniaPUBLICATIONSArticles in Refereed JournalsMiller, S.M. & Taylor-Piliae, R.E. (2021). Perceptions of the Eight Active Ingredients of TaiChi Exercise among Older Adults. The Journal of the International Society of Chinese HealthPractices, 2(1), 1-9.Lee, D.A, Maxwell, C.A., & Miller, S.M. (2021). “This is Me!” Perceptions of Older AdultSimulated Participants in an Aging and Injury Simulation Experience. Journal of Trauma

Sally May Miller6Nursing, 28(1), 10-20.Miller, S.M. & Miller, M.A. (2021). Mind the Gap! A Strategy to Bridge the Time BetweenSimulation and Debriefing. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 51(C), 10-13.Miller, S.M., Hui-Lio, C., & Taylor-Piliae, R.E. (2020). Health Benefits of Tai Chi Exercise: AGuide for Nurses. Nursing Clinics of North America, Complementary and Alternative Medicine,Part 1: Therapies. 55(4), 581-600.Stewart, L., Hawkins Stringer, T., Miller, S. M., Alexander, E. VanRegenmorter, J., & Phillippi,J. (2019). Interprofessional Simulation for Nursing and Divinity Students: Learning BeyondChecklists. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 35, 10-16.Parish, A., Kim, J., Lewallen, K.A., Miller, S.M., Myers, J., Panepinto, R. & Maxwell, C.A.(2018). Knowledge and perceptions about aging and frailty: An integrative review of theliterature. Geriatric Nursing. 40(1), 13-24.Miller, S.M., Taylor-Piliae, R.E. (2018). The Association between Tai Chi Exercise and SafeDriving Performance among Older Adults: An Observational Study. Journal of Sport and HealthScience. 7(1), 83-94.Miller, S.M., Taylor-Piliae, R.E., & Insel, K.C. (2016). The Association of Physical activity,Cognitive Processes and Automobile Driving Ability in Older Adults: A Review of theLiterature. Geriatric Nursing. 37(4), 313-320.Miller, S.M. (2016). Connecting East and West by a Developmental Theory for Older Adults:Application of Baltes’ Selection, Optimization, and Compensation Model. Applied NursingResearch. 29, 113-115.Miller, S.M. & Overstreet, M. (2015). Geriatric Simulation: Practicing Management andLeadership in Care of the Older Adult. Nursing Clinics of North America, 50(2), 367-377.Miller, S.M. & Taylor-Piliae, R.E. (2014). Effects of Tai Chi on Cognitive Function inCommunity-dwelling Older Adults: A Review. Geriatric Nursing, 35(1),9-19.Miller, S.M. (2011). Pain Assessment and Management in Nonverbal Older Adults withAdvanced Dementia. Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 7(9),781-782.Miller, S.M. (2011). Journal Writing: A Teaching Strategy for Gerontology Nursing Courses.Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 37(7),52-56.Miller, S.M. (2009). How do I care for a patient with diabetic ketoacidosis? Nursing 39(5),59.Guest EditorNursing Clinics of North America (2017). Geriatric Syndromes. 52(3). (Kim, Miller).

Sally May Miller7Books and MonographsMiller, S.M. (2002). Contributing author Admission to A Health Care Facility chapter. In Smith,S.F., Duell, D. J., & Martin, B. Photo guide of nursing skills. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.PRESENTATIONS12/2020Poster Presentation: An Innovative Theory-based Strategy to Bridge Time Gapsbetween Simulation Events and Debriefing. (Miller, Miller). Vanderbilt HealthProfessions Education Research Day.12/2020Successful Conversion of a Face-to-Face Frailty Communication Workshop to aVirtual Format. Vanderbilt Health Professions Education Research Day.(Maxwell, Lee, Miller).12/2019Can Tai Chi Improve Driving Performance? Presented to practitioners and staff atthe Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Vanderbilt.11/2019Podium Keynote Presentation (invited). Perceptions of the Eight ActiveIngredients of Tai Chi Exercise. 2019 International Taijiquan and Health ScienceConference. Beijing, China.10/2019Poster Presentation: A Multi-modal Workshop to Teach Frailty-focusedCommunication. Vanderbilt Health Professions Education Research Day. (Miller,Maxwell). Awarded Blue Ribbon.10/2019Poster Presentation: Curricular design & implementation: Treating the WholePerson, a three week course for gifted high school students. Vanderbilt HealthProfessions Education Research Day. (Lewallen, Plummer, Miller)10/2019Poster Presentation: Evaluation of Pediatric History and Assessment Skills in aHybrid Didactic Pediatric Primary Care Course. Vanderbilt Health ProfessionsEducation Research Day. (Richmond, Pfieffer, Miller)8/2019A Multi-modal Workshop to Teach Frailty-focused Communication. Presented atthe Center for Effective Health Communication Research Day. (Miller, Maxwell)6/2019Poster Presentation: Using Standardized Patients to Teach Frailty-focusedCommunication: A Feasibility Pilot Project. International Association of ClinicalSimulation and Learning, Phoenix, AZ. (Miller, Maxwell)12/2018Interprofessional Simulation between Nursing and Divinity Students: Learningbeyond Roles and Checklists (Stewart, Hawkins Stringer, VanRegenmorter,Miller, Alexander, Phillippi) Vanderbilt University Medical Center HealthProfessions Education Research Day9/2018Poster Presentation: The Human Connection: Interprofessional Learning forNursing and Divinity Students. NLN Education Summit, Chicago, IL (Stewart,Hawkins Stringer, VanRegenmorter, Miller, Alexander, Phillippi)6/2018Poster Presentation: Interprofessional Simulation Between Nursing and Divinity

Sally May Miller8Students: Qualitative Findings. International Association of Clinical Simulationand Learning, Toronto, Canada (Miller, Stewart, Hawkins Stringer,VanRegenmorter, Alexander, Phillippi) Selected for Professor Rounds; ReceivedResearch Poster Award in its group.11/2016Symposium Presentation: East Meets West: Expanding Possibilities through theArt of Tai Chi Chuan. Gerontological Society of America Annual ScientificSession, New Orleans, LA (Komelski, Taylor-Piliae, Wei, Kong, Miller, Du)5/2016Poster Presentation: Tai Chi Exercise and Safe Driving Performance in OlderAdults: An Observational Study. International Congress on Integrative Medicineand Health. Henderson, NV (Miller, Taylor-Piliae)11/2015Podium Presentation: Interprofessional Team Building: Bringing Nursing andDivinity Students Together through Simulation. Tennessee Simulation AllianceConference, Nashville, TN (VanRegenmorter, Stewart, Hawkins, Miller,Alexander)11/2015Podium Presentation: Collaborative, High-Volume, Repetitive Simulations:Strategies for Success. Tennessee Simulation Alliance Conference, Nashville, TN.(Miller, Smallheer, Widmar, Curtis)10/2015Poster Presentation: Caring for the Whole Patient: Collaborative SimulationEducation for Nursing and Divinity Students. Vanderbilt Health ProfessionsEducation Research Day. (Stewart, Miller, Stringer, VanRegenmorter,Alexander).11/2014Presentation: Creating Abscesses for Incision and Drainage. TennesseeSimulation Alliance Conference. Nashville, TN (Miller, Curtis)11/2014Workshop Presentation: Second Life. National League for Nursing TechnologyConference, Nashville, TN (Weiner, Trangenstein, McNew, Miller)11/2014Poster Presentation: Collaborative, High-Volume, Repetitive Simulations:Strategies for Success. National League for Nursing Technology Conference.Nashville, TN11/2012Poster Presentation: Collaborative, High-Volume, Repetitive Simulations:Strategies for Success. Tennessee Simulation Alliance, Nashville, TN (Miller,Kelley, Curtis)10/2011Poster Presentation: Journal Writing: A Teaching Strategy for GerontologyNursing Courses. Vanderbilt University Health Professions Education ResearchDay, Nashville, TN2/2011Podium Presentation: Using the GRASP Strategy to Teach Clinical DecisionMaking Skills. Annual regional SouthEast Educators for Development of Staff(SEEDS), Nashville, TN1/2011Poster Presentation: The GRASP Model: A Simple Strategy to Enhance ClinicalDecision Making. International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, NewOrleans, LA (Miller, Miller)

Sally May Miller99/2010Poster Presentation: Journal Writing: A Teaching Strategy for Academic andService Educators. Vanderbilt-Reynolds Geriatrics Education Center Quality inGeriatric and Long-Term Care Medicine, Nashville, TN4/2010Podium presentation: Geriatric Simulations in Second Life: Virtual Reality forInterdisciplinary Collaboration. 2010 Hartford Institute for Geriatric NursingNICHE Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland (Miller, Overstreet)4/2010Podium presentation: Geriatric Simulations in Second Life: Virtual Reality forInterdisciplinary Collaboration. Vanderbilt-Reynolds Geriatric Education Center.(Miller, Overstreet)2/2010Podium Presentation: Observations and Interventions for Safe Patient Care.Fundamental Nursing Care of Geriatric Patients. Vanderbilt University,Nashville, TN11/2009Podium Presentation: Revising an Academic Simulation for Hospital Education:A Story of Successful Sharing. 2009 Tennessee Center for Nursing SimulationConference, Nashville, TN4/2009Podium Presentation: Teaching Geriatric Nursing Concepts Using a SimulatedMedical-Surgical Setting. Connecting the Dots: Geriatric Nursing, Educationand Clinical Simulation International Conference, University of North Carolina,Chapel Hill3/2009Podium Presentation: Simulation Debriefing Using the GRASP Strategy, 2ndAnnual Clinical Simulation Conference, California Institute for Nursing & HealthCare, Los Angeles (Miller, Miller, Lucero)2/2009Podium Presentation: Using a Simulated ACE Unit to Increase Nursing StaffKnowledge of Older Adult Care, Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing NICHEAnnual Conference, Orlando, Florida (Miller, Overstreet, McGill)2/2009Podium Presentation: Using a Simulated ACE Unit to Increase Nursing StaffKnowledge of Older Adult Care, Vanderbilt-Reynolds Geriatric Education Center.(Miller, Overstreet, McGill)10/2008Poster presentation: Using a Simulated ACE Unit to Increase Nursing StaffKnowledge of Older Adult Care. Tennessee Nurses’ Association AnnualConvention (Miller, Overstreet)10/2008Podium Presentation: Making Simulation Real. First Annual SimulationConference: Empowering Nurse Educators in Tennessee, Nashville, Tennessee.(Miller, Jessee)9/2008Poster presentation: Using a Simulated ACE Unit to Increase Nursing StaffKnowledge of Older Adult Care. Vanderbilt-Reynolds Geriatrics EducationCenter Quality in Geriatric and Long-Term Care Medicine (Miller, Overstreet)

Sally May Miller106/2008Presenter: Caring for Your Elderly Parents: A Home Safety TourPresentation to the Vanderbilt University community6/2008Poster presentation: Getting Past the Plastic: Nursing Students PerformingCaring-Based Interventions During High Fidelity Simulation7th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource CentersConference, San Jose, California (Miller, Overstreet)6/2007Poster presentation: Using Simulation in a Skills Lab to Enhance ClinicalExperiences, 6th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning ResourceCenters Conference, San Jose, California (Miller, Overstreet)Other publications:AbstractsMiller, S. M. (1998). Abstracted “Oy Vay, Y2K!” By Serb, C. In Hospitals & Health Networks,72 (11), 46-50. Nursing SCAN in Critical Care, 8(4), 13.Miller, S.M. (1998). Abstracted “Focused Factories: Are you ready for the competition?” ByMeyer, H. In Hospitals & Health Networks, 72(7), 24-30. Nursing SCAN in Critical Care, 8(4),14.Crossword PuzzleMiller, S.M. (2010). Test Your Knowledge Crossword Puzzle. Journal for Nurse Practitioners,Accepted for cardiovascular focus issue 12/2010.Newsletter ArticlesMiller, S.M. (Fall, 2001). Cardiovascular Applications of Personal Digital Assistants,Cardiovascular Nursing Newsletter of the American Heart Association.Miller, S.M. (1996). Did you know ? The Monitor. A Newsletter by AACN South BayChapter. X(13).Miller, S.M. (1996). Anaheim annals. The Monitor. A Newsletter by AACN South BayChapter. X(12).Miller, S.M. (1996). Did you know ? The Monitor. A Newsletter by AACN South BayChapter. X(12).Miller, S.M. (1996). Did you know ? The Monitor. A Newsletter by AACN South BayChapter. X(10).Miller, S.M. (1995). Did you know ? The Monitor. A Newsletter by AACN South BayChapter. XI(7).Miller, S.M. (1995). Rep report. The Monitor. A Newsletter by AACN South Bay Chapter.XI(7).Miller, S.M. (1994). Did you know ? The Monitor. A Newsletter by AACN South Bay

Sally May Miller11Chapter. XI(1).PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIESEditorial Board Member2020 The Journal of the International Society of Chinese Health PracticesReviewer (Peer, book chapter, media)2020 Delphi Panel Member: Guidelines for Reporting Interventions in Clinical Trials of Tai Chi2020 Journal of Applied Gerontology (Manuscript Peer Reviewer)2019 Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia Scholarly Poster Session (Reviewer)2019 Geriatric Nursing Journal (Manuscript Peer Reviewer)2017 Injury Epidemiology Journal (Manuscript Peer Reviewer)2017 Geriatric Nursing Journal (Manuscript Peer Reviewer)2014 Geriatric Nursing Journal (Manuscript Peer Reviewer)2013 Elsevier project (confidential content)2009 Mosby’s Nursing Video Skills, Third Edition (content reviewer)Phillips, L.D. (2004). Manual of I.V. Therapeutics (4th ed.). Phlebotomy chapter. FA Davis.Writer2010Elkin, M.K., Perry, A.G. & Potter, P.A. (2011). Nursing Interventions and Clinical Skills,5th edition. Created chapter PowerPoint sets for upcoming revisions.Newsletter ContributorWatsonville Community Hospital Medical Staff Newsletter. Nursing news items. 1991-1998.The Monitor: A Newsletter by AACN South Bay Chapter, Presidents’ Messages/editorials asduty of Co-President, 1994-1996.Consultant/ModelSmith & Duell (1988). Clinical Nursing Skills (2nd ed.). Los Altos, CA: National NursingReview.INTERNAL VUSN/VU SERVICE2021COVID Contact Tracing Team member

Sally May Miller122020Co-Chair VUSN Get Out the Vote2019presentSupervise undergraduate student for simulation-related Immersion project2018presentFaculty Advisor, Vanderbilt School of Nursing Honor Council2020presentCo-Coordinator, Scholarship in Progress Peer Support (SIPPS)2017presentActive member, Scholarship in Progress Peer Support (SIPPS)2009presentFounding Member, Vanderbilt Center for Gerontological Nursing Excellence;Member of the National Hartford Center for Gerontological Nursing Excellence2009-2010Chair, VUSN Information Technology CommitteePROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIPS AND ACTIVITIESCurrentGerontological Society of AmericaCurrentSociety for Simulation in HealthcareCurrentInternational Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and LearningCurrentTennessee Simulation Alliance2005 –2007Tennessee End-of-Life PartnershipCoordinator, 2006 Statewide conferenceCo-coordinator, 2005 Statewide conference.1991 1999American Heart Association, Regional FacultyChaired Emergency Cardiac Care Task Force, Monterey Bay Region. This taskforce oversaw all basic and advanced life support training centers in the region.19911998CCRN Certification (American Association of Critical-Care Nurses)1991Sigma Theta Tau International, Alpha Eta ChapterUniversity of California, San Francisco, inducted 19911987 1999American Association of Critical-Care NursesServed on AACN national advisory panel to examine feasibility of developing anational certification program for unlicensed assistive personnel (1997).

Sally May Miller1987 199913South Bay Chapter American Association of Critical-Care NursesServed as Co-President for two terms (1994-96). Contributed bimonthlyeditorials and articles to the chapter newsletter. Served as Program Co-Chair fortwo terms (1996 - 98). Planned programs, solicited funding, arranged speakersand facilities, and advertised programs.Updated 7/26/2021

Healthcare Communication Vanderbilt 2017 Stewart, Hawkins Stringer, Miller, VanRegenmorter, Alexander, Phillippi Learning Beyond Roles and Checklists through a Nursing and Divinity Interprofessional Simulation Sigma Theta Tau International, Iota Chapter, Vanderbilt Univer