Dr. Burke received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Southern Mississippi, her Master of Science in Nursing from Southeastern Louisiana University and her Doctor of Philosophy in Adult Education from Louisiana State University. Her research interests are in educational and health care technology. Her specific interest is the concept of technostress. She has published several articles on the topic. She is active on the succession committee of the Rho Zeta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International. Selected publications: Burke, M. & Ellis, D. M. Electronic Health Records: Describing technological stressors of clinical nurse educators. Nurse Educator, 41 (1), 46-48. Nutter, M., Dunstan, D., Ieyoub, J., Hart, A., Burke, M., & Harper, J. (2010). A retrospective analysis comparing small bowel follow-through versus wireless capsule Endoscopy in the evaluation of obscure gastrointestinal bleeding. Gastroenterology Nursing, 33(4), 298-302. Burke, M. & Harper, J. (2010). I’ve arrived in cyberspace: Have you seen my lecture? Nurse Educator, 35 (3), 101 – 102. Machtmes, K., Deggs, D., Johnson, E., Fox, J., Burke, M., Harper, J., Matzke, B.,Arcemont, L., Hebert, L., Tarifa, T., Reynaud, A., Regina T. P. A., & Brooks, C. (2009). Teaching qualitative research methods through service-learning. The Qualitative Report, 14(1), 155-164. Retrieved, from http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/QR141/machtmes.pdf Burke, M. (2009). The incidence of technological stress among baccalaureate nurse educators during course preparation and delivery. Nurse Education Today, 29, 57-64.
PhD Adult Education, Louisiana State University; MSN, Southeastern Louisiana University; BSN, University of Southern Mississippi
- NURS-G703 Theories in Health Care Systems
- NURS-G711 Informatics
- NURS-G724 Outcomes Measurement & Data Management
- NURS-G920 Biostatistics
- NURS-G935 Leadership of System Change and Innovation