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Marcia Laux is an assistant clinical professor of nursing at Indiana University, where she teaches collaborative practice in healthcare, leadership, and capstone courses. She teaches primarily in the undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program but also has been a primary driver of planning and implementing the RN to BSN Degree Completion online program for the IUSON Consortium, Bloomington campus. In this capacity she teaches professional communication and capstone. Marcia has served eight years as a member and past vice-president of the Indiana State Board of Nursing appointed by the governor of Indiana. She is an expert in nursing leadership and has extensive experience in nursing management. She served in executive nursing positions over nursing services and specialty nursing services in the acute care and out-patient environments. Marcia is an ANCC-certified Nurse Executive. She has consulted with healthcare organizations regarding nursing policy and procedure development, program development and implementation, nursing education of hospital staff, and the development of future nursing leadership through mentorship. She is the past recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award from the University Board and the Elizabeth Lyons Service Award from the School of Nursing. She is past faculty representative for the Student Nurses Organization. She also is responsible for implementing and coordinating the national student assessment program across the nursing curriculum.
Hensel, D., & Laux, M. (2014). A longitudinal study of stress, self-care, and professional identity among student nurses. Nurse Educator, 39(5). doi:10.1097/NNE.0000000000000057
Hendricks, S., Phillips, J., Narwold, L., Laux, M., Rouse, S., Dulemba, L., Makielski, M., & Halstead, J. (2012). Creating tomorrow's leaders and innovators through an RN to BSN consortium curricular model. Journal of Professional Nursing,28(3), 163-9. doi: 10.1016/j.profnurs.2011.11.009
Laux, M., & McIntosh C. (2011). Nurse internships: Practicing nursing without a license. Journal of Nursing Regulation, 2(2), 37-39. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S2155-8256(15)30285-4