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Dean & Professor
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Teri Pipe, PhD, RN
Dean & Professor

College of Nursing & Health Innovation  550 N. 3rd Street, Phoenix AZ 85004


  • PhD - Pennsylvania State University, PA, 2000
    Health Policy and Administration with a minor in Gerontology
  • MSN - University of Arizona, AZ, 1989
    Emphasis in Gerontology
  • BSN - University of Iowa, IA, 1985

Recent Publications

  • Pipe, T., (2013). Preparing the Emerging Nursing and Health Workforce, Nursing Administration Quarterly, NAQ-D-13-00053R1.
  • Wilson, B., Kelly, L., Reifsnider, E., Pipe, T., Brumfield, V. (2013). Creative Approaches to Increasing Hospital-based Nursing Research. Journal of Nursing Administration, 43(2): 80-8.
  • Pipe. T., Buchda, V., Launder, S., Hudak, B., Hulvey, L., Karns, K. and Pendergast, D. (2012). Building personal and professional resources of resilience and agility in the workplace. Stress and Health, 28(1): 11-22.
  • Frost, M., Johnson, M., Atherton, P., Petersen, W., Dose, A., Kasner, M., Sloan, J & Pipe, T. (2012) Spiritual well-being and quality of life of women with ovarian cancer and their spouses. Journal of Supportive Oncology 10(2): 131.
  • Pipe, T., Connolly, T., Spahr, N., Lendzion, N., Buchda, V., Cisar, N. (2012). Bringing the basics to life: Defining patient care essentials. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 36(3): 225-233.
  • Pipe, T., Mishark, K., Hansen, P., Hartsell, Z., Hentz, J. (2010). Rediscovering the art of healing connection by creating the tree of life poster. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 36 (6), 47-55
  • Tucker, S., Harris, M., Pipe, T., Stevens, S. (2010). Nurses' Ratings of Their Health and Professional Work Environments. American Association of Occupational Health Nursing Journal, 58(6), 253-267.

Research Interests

Resilience in professional and clinical populations, health promotion/wellness, positive coping and stress management, oncology and gerontology.

Current/Recent Grants and Projects

  • Phoenix VA Health Care System - Arizona State University College of Nursing & Health Innovation Partnership to Transform Nursing Education and Practice (PAP-NEP) Project (Co-investigator). Funded by Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration, VA Nursing Academic Partnerships, 2013-2017.
  • The Neural Correlates of Non-invasive Interventions for Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety in Back Pain Patiens: An fMRI Pilot Project, (Co-investigator). Funded by Barrow Neurological Foundation, August 2013-September 2013.
  • Coping with Breast Cancer and Long-term Health Promotion: Examining Maladaptive Communication between Mothers and Young-Adult Daughters (Principal Investigator). Funded by Mayo/ASU Seed Grants, January 2010-2011.
  • Unrestricted Educational Grant: Professional Development: Oncology Nursing Research (Principal Investigator with Dr. Fonseca). Funded by Millennium, October 2009-October 2010.
  • "A phase II trial evaluating two non-pharmacologic interventions in cancer survivors for the treatment of sleep-wake disturbances" (Study Chair with Debra Barton, PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN). Funded by National Cancer Institute/North Central Treatment Group Cooperative, September 2009-2011
  • "Patient Care Innovation: Assessing the IV Pole Human Factor Interface Design Features for Safety and Mobility in an Acute Care Setting" (Principal Investigator). Funded by Mayo Clinic Administration, 2009-2010.
  • Integrative Education and Training Program for Mayo Clinic Nurses: Evidence-Based Practice, Performance Measurement and Informatics (Co-Investigator). Funded by Mayo Clinic Rochester Executive Board, January 2007-2009.


  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellow, 2014
  • Phoenix Business Journal Health Care Hero, 2014
  • Leadership Excellence Award, Sigma Theta Tau Beta Upsilon, 2012
  • MedSurg Nursing Journal's Research for Practice Writer's Award, 2009
  • Excellence in Teaching, Grand Canyon University, 1999
  • Phi Kappa Phi, Pennsylvania State University, 1999
  • Sigma Xi, 1990
  • Sigma Theta Tau Research Award, Beta Mu Chapter


Spring 2015

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
HCD 540 Sem Science Health Care Deliv

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
HCD 540 Sem Science Health Care Deliv
HCD 550 Capstone: Applied Project

Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Pipe,Teri Britt * . Executive Nurse Fellows. (11/1/2014 - 10/31/2017).

* principal investigator

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