Beverly Middle, DNP, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC
Dr. Beverly Middle is an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing. She teaches in the undergraduate and graduate programs. Her areas of interest are collaborative teaching/learning, pathophysiology and geriatric nursing.
- Member, Learning Environments Group (LEG)
- Nursing Representative, Ashoka Changemaker Team GMU site visit April 2015
- Team Coach, Caring for the Caregiver Hack, March 2015 Sponsored by the Lindsay Institute for Innovations in Caregiving; Team won The People’s Choice Award; $1000 and private consultation with business entrepreneur on next steps for technology development; weekly meetings conducted with the Hack team.
- 2015 Gerontology Scholarship selection committee (Herman B. Brotman Endowed Scholarship & Mitchell J. Czoch Endowed Scholarship), 2015.
School of Nursing Service
- Member, Faculty Council, Spring 2010 – present. Chair, 2016-2018. Chair Elect, 2015-2016. Recording secretary, 2014-2015.
- Remote Area Medical (RAM) Volunteer, Wise, VA, 2015
- Science Fair Judge, Prince William-Manassas Regional Science Fair, 2014, 2015
- Rappahannock Regional Medical Reserve Corp, 2010 - present
- Active member, Mt. Ararat Baptist Church, 1995 - present
DNP, Advanced Clinical Nursing, George Mason University (2014)
MS, Nursing Education, The Catholic University of America (1988)
BSN, Nursing, Radford University (1979)
- Hospital Elder Life Program
Middle, B., & Miklancie, M. (2015). Strategies to improve nurse knowledge of delirium: a call to the Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist. Clinical Nurse Specialist-The International Journal for Advanced Nursing Practice, 29(4), 218-229.
"Partners for Education in Gerontology (PEG B)," HRSA CGEP # D62HP24183. George Mason University, Spring-Summer 2014.
"The Impact of the Hospital Elder Life Program (HELP) on Patient, Operational, and Staff Outcomes," Inova Mt. Vernon Hospital, IRB Number 13-1414. Duffy, M. (Principal Investigator), Fall 2013-2015. Role: Grant Team Participant.
Honors & Awards
Thank a Teacher Program, Sterns Center for Teaching and Learning
Most Valuable Faculty, 2016, 2017, School of Nursing, Graduating Seniors