Susan Steele-Moses, DNS, APRN, CNS, AOCN-

Southeastern Louisiana University
College of Nursing and Health Sciences SLU 10835
Hammond LA 70402
PHONE: (985)- 549-5045


- D.N.S. Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
- M.N. University of Mississippi Medical Center
- B.S. Southeastern Louisiana University

Post-Graduate/Specialty Training

- Post Doctoral Fellowship, Indiana University

Licensure and Board Certifications

- Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (Adult Health CNS)
- Oncology Certification
- Registered Nurse in Louisiana

Academic Positions

- Lecturer, Southeastern Louisiana University
- Online Faculty, University of Phoenix, School of Nursing

Honors & Awards

- Mentor of the Year. LSNA, Nightingale Awards
- Advanced Practice Nurse of the Year. LSNA, Nightingale Awards
- Post-Doctoral Fellow: Walther Cancer Institute: IUPUI Indianapolis, Indiana with Dr. Victoria Champion.
- Who's Who Among Executive and Professional Women in Nursing and Healthcare
- Inducted into the Great 100 Nurses Organization
- Chosen as a distinguished faculty to attend the Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Institute for HBCU/MI Nurse Educators.
- F.A. Davis Excellence in Writing Award
- Inclusion in Who's Who among students in American Universities and Colleges
- Inclusion in Who's Who in American Education
- Inclusion in Who's Who in American Nursing
- Sigma Theta Tau: Epsilon Nu Chapter (LSUHSC)
- Inclusion in Who's Who among students in American Universities and Colleges
- Inclusion in Who's Who in American Nursing

Professional Affiliations

- American Nurse's Association: Louisiana Chapter (LSNA); Baton Rouge District
- LSNA Board: Research and Informatics Council
- Sigma Theta Tau: Epsilon Nu Chapter -Rho Zeta Chapter
- Oncology Nursing Society (ONS)

Areas of Research Interest

- Cancer prevention and early detection
- Management of adult health clinical issues
- Quantitative research
- Evidence based practice implementation

Selected Publications & Presentations

- Steele-Moses, S. K., Koloroutis, M., Ydarraga, D. (2011). Testing the Caring Assessment for Care Givers Instrument. Creative Nursing, 17, 43-50
- Guay, C., Murphree, P., Steele-Moses, S. K. (2011).Developing an automated RRT trigger. Nursing Management, 42(2), 50-2
- Johnson, C., & Steele-Moses, S. K. (2011). The use of continuous femoral nerve blocks versus extended release epidural morphine: a study comparing outcomes in total knee arthroplasty procedures. Orthopedic Nursing, 31(1), 44-53.
- Linton, D., Porche, D. J., Steele-Moses, S. K. (2010). Development and psychometric testing of the pap smear intention questionnaire. Southern Online Journal of Nursing Research, 10(4).
- Delatte, H., Alberato, R., Steele-Moses, S., Murphree, P. Decreasing urinary tract infections one indwelling catheter at a time: a hospital based skilled nursing unit performance improvement program. Pelican News, 66 (4), 8.
- Steele-Moses, S. K. (2010). The journey to Magnet: Developing a research infrastructure. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 14, 237-239.
- Zollinger, T., Champion, V., Monahan, P., Steele-Moses, S.K., Ziner, K., Zhao, Q., Bourff, S., Saywell, R. (2010) Impact of Personal Characteristics on African American Women's Beliefs and Attitudes about Breast Cancer. American Journal of Health Promotion, 24(6), 371-377. Pub Med # 20594093.
- Steele-Moses, S. K. (2009). Developing a journal club at your institution. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 13(1), 109-112
- Steele-Moses, S. K., Russell, K., Kreuter, M., Monahan, P. Bourff, S., & Champion, V. (2009). Cultural constructs, stage of change, and adherence to mammography among Low-Income African American women. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 20(1), 257-273.
- Steele-Moses, S. K. (2008). Smoking cessation: What is the evidence? Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 12(5), 813-5.
- Steele, S. K., Champion, V.L. Skinner, C.S., & Russell, K. M. (2007) Development and testing of a tailored interactive DVD to promote mammography adherence. Oncology Nursing Forum, 34, 176.
Selected Funded Projects and Research
- Daisy Foundation: The effectiveness of a structured patient education model (PITS-) in mitigating the effects of neutropenia among chemotherapy patients. Funded: $4562.20
- Daisy Foundation. The effect of a healing environment on patients' state anxiety, pain, and environmental noise. Funded $2987.96
- National Cancer Institute: Awarded for development and implementation of a case management process with Prevention Nurse Case Managers in a larger project Health Literacy and Cancer Screening.
Research Review
- American Journal of Men's Health
- Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing