B.S., Binghamton University
M.S., SUNY Institute of Technology
Ph.D., Binghamton University
Dr. Myers has been a part of Le Moyne since 2005, mainly serving in the nursing department where she has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. She currently teaches research methods in both the Ed.D. and graduate Nursing programs. Dr. Myers has also taught adjunct for the Occupational Therapy and Physician Assistant programs. She joined the EdD program as its interim director in January of 2021.
Experience outside of Le Moyne:
Earlier in her career, Dr. Myers worked at St. Joseph’s Health as the Director for Critical Care, Cardiac, and Emergency Services. She remains connected to St. Joseph’s as a research consultant where she mentors nurses in research and evidence-based practice projects, assists nurses pursuing doctoral work, and guides those who want to publish. In the consultant role she also works with leaders of the Institutional Review Board and serves on the Research Integrity, Compliance, and Operations Council. In addition, Dr. Myers serves on the Board of Trustees for the hospital where she is the chairperson of the Corporate Compliance and Organizational Integrity Committee and the Performance Excellence Committee. She is also a member of the Governing Board for the College of Nursing. In the community Dr. Myers is part of the leadership team of the Foundation of NYS Nurses Center for Nursing Research and is a founding member and board member of the Central New York Nurses Collaborative for Research and Evidence-based practice.
Current research focuses on aspects of the practice environment of nurses, specifically looking at violence against nurses by patient visitors. Past research has explored horizontal violence in nursing, omissions in patient care, and the use of Schwartz Center Rounds in an acute care setting.
Myers, G. & Young, V. (in process). The EBPI+ model search for evidence: Mapping the journey. In R.F. Levin & B. Lauder (Eds). The evidence-based practice improvement model+: A practical guide for success. Springer Publishing Company.
Myers, G. & Lauder, B. (in process). The history of quality and evidence based practice. In R.F. Levin & B. Lauder (Eds). The evidence-based practice improvement model+: A practical guide for success. Springer Publishing Company.
Bastable, S.B, Myers, G., & Poitevent, L. (2014; 2019; revision in process). Literacy in the adult client population. In S.B. Bastable (Ed). Nurse as educator: Principles of teaching and learning for nursing practice (5th – 7th ed.). JB Learning.
Bastable, S.B, & Myers, G. (2014; 2019; revision in process). Developmental stages of the learner. In S.B. Bastable (Ed). Nurse as educator: Principles of teaching and learning for nursing practice (5th – 7th ed.). JB Learning.
McMullen, S. L., Kozik, C. A., Myers, G., Keenan, K., Wheelock, M., & Kalman, M. (2017). Improving nursing care: Examining errors of omission. Medsurg Nursing, 26(1), 9-14,19.
Myers, G., Côté-Arsenault, D, Worral P., Rolland, R., Deppoliti, D., Duxbury, E., Stoeckler, M., Sellers, K. (2016). A cross-hospital exploration of nurses’ experience with horizontal violence. The Journal of Nursing Management 24, 624-633.
Bastable, S.B, & Myers, G. (2016). Literacy in the adult client population. In S.B. Bastable (Ed). Essentials of patient education (2nd ed.). Sudbury, Massachusetts: JB Learning.
Bastable, S.B, & Myers, G. (2016). Developmental stages of the learner. In S.B. Bastable (Ed). Essentials of patient education (2nd ed.). Sudbury, Massachusetts: JB Learning.
Deppoliti, D., Côté-Arsenault, D. Myers, G., Barry, J., Randolph, C. & Tanner, B. (2015). Evaluating the impact of Schwartz Center Rounds in an urban hospital health center. The Journal of Health Organization and Management. 29(7), 973-987.
Myers, G., & Levin, R. (2012). Can you touch your TOES?: Using tables of evidence (TOES) to organize your evidence review. Research and Theory for Nursing Practice: An International Journal, 26(4), 238-240.
Carranti, B., Myers, G., & Bowers, L. (2012). A description of patient characteristics, insurance status, and travel distance at a free inner-city clinic. The Journal of the New York State Nurses Association, 43(1), 13-19.
Myers, G. (2012). Legacies: Historical nursing leaders. In Feldman, H., et al. (Eds.) Nursing leadership: A concise encyclopedia. Springer. Contribution also includes four leadership entries.
Myers, G. (2010). As we get older, do we get colder? New York Nurse, 41(4), 8.
Myers, G., Worral, P.S., & Gurney, C. (2010). How to initiate a nursing research alliance in New York State. The Journal of the New York State Nurses Association, 40(2), 9-11.
Myers, G., Havener, J.M., & Malmgreen, C. (2010). Progress of the regional alliances in moving the New York State research agenda forward. The Journal of the New York State Nurses Association, 40(2), 4-8.
Myers, G., & Levin, R. (2009). Evidence-Based Practice: Explore clinical problems by wearing different hats. Research and Theory for Nursing Practice, 23(1), 5-7.
Myers, G. (2008). Ask the experts: Making sense of research reviews and analysis. New York Nurse, 39, 7.
Myers, G., & James, G.D. (2008). Social support, anxiety and support group participation in patients with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator. Progress in Cardiovascular Nursing, 23(4), 160-167.
Myers, G. (2007). Measuring blood pressure in the forearm. New York Nurse, 38(9), 18.
Myers, G., & Bushnell, K. (2007). Re-capturing inactive nurses back into the profession: A guide for nursing leaders. Nursing Management, 38(8), 16-19.
Myers, G., & Meccariello, M. (2006). From pet rock to rock solid: Implementing unit-based research. Nursing Management, 37(1), 24-29.
Myers, G., & Kosinski, M. (2005). Research in the perianesthesia setting: The basics of getting started. Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, 20(1), 35-44.