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Marsha Hughes-Gay is a clinical assistant professor of nursing at Indiana University, where she teaches in the undergraduate program in the areas of assessment, medical/surgical, and nursing research. She has worked in cardiac catheterization labs, medical/surgical and ICU, and public health. She has served as the chair of the Regional Medical Institutional Review Board and as an advisor to Schneck Medical Center, Seymour, Indiana, on their Evidence Based Practice Committee and their Nurse Residency Program. Service to the community includes serving as a 4-H leader in Brown County, Indiana. Marsha is currently pursuing her PhD with a focus on patient information consent issues and health literacy.
Judge, D., Murray, B., Hughes-Gay, M., and Robinson, D. (2016). Building bridges: Collaboration between community college and university. Teaching and Learning in Nursing,11(2), 58-61. Doi: dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.teln.2015.12.001