College of Nursing

Carrie Holliday

Carrie Holliday

Clinical Associate Professor
FACULTY
NAME:
Carrie Holliday
TITLE:
Clinical Associate Professor
OFFICE:
SNRS 422D
EMAIL:
cholliday@wsu.edu
PHONE:
(509) 324-7419
FAX:
(509) 324-7341
MAILING ADDRESS:
WSU College of Nursing
SNRS 422D
PO Box 1495
Spokane, WA 99210-1495

Carrie Holliday completed her Ph.D. in Nursing Education and Research at Washington State University College of Nursing, where she is currently a Clinical Associate Professor. Her areas of research interests include suicide assessment and prevention and adolescent mental health. She has worked with a wide variety of populations as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, and her areas of expertise are adolescents, geriatrics, substance abuse and working with the AI/AN populations.

EDUCATION

  • PhD, Washington State University College of Nursing, Spokane, WA
  • MN, Washington State University College of Nursing, Spokane, WA
  • BSN, Washington State University College of Nursing, Spokane, WA
  • BA, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

FUNDED RESEARCH

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Suicide, suicide prevention, suicide assessment and risk management, substance abuse, adolescent mental health, vulnerable populations

METHODOLOGICAL STRENGTHS

Qualitative methods, Community Based Participatory Research, Philosophical hermeneutics.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Substance abuse, geriatric mental health, crisis intervention, adolescent mental health, suicide assessment and prevention

MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Psychiatric Nurses Association
  •  Association of Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses
  • American Association of Suicidology
  • National League for Nursing
  • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
  • Western Institute of Nursing
  • Neuroscience Education Institute

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Best Student Research Poster Award, Western Institute of Nursing Conference, 2013

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

Presentations:
Holliday, C., Wynne, M., & Wynceoop, Z. (May, 2016). Ta hec čmiš qn mist I Will Never Give Up: Preventing American Indian Youth Suicide & Substance Use w/CBPR & The Gathering of Native Americans. Plenary Session/workshop presentation Community Campus Partnerships for Health, Annual International Conference. New Orleans, LA.

Holliday, C., Barbosa-Leiker, C., Wynne, M., Ford, C., Numkena, N., Paul. R., & Katz, J. R. (Oct 2015). Adapting a Community Capacity Survey, Digital Storytelling, and Photovoice: Tribal and University Researchers Build a Suicide Prevention Pilot Project for Tribal Youth. Podium presentation 41st Annual Conference of the Transcultural Nursing Society (TCNS). Portland OR.

Holliday, C., Wynecoop, Z., Wynne, M., Numkena, N., Paul, R., & Katz, J. R. (Oct 2015). Ta hec čmiš qn mist I Will Never Give Up: Preventing American Indian Youth Suicide & Substance Use with CBPR & The Gathering of Native Americans. Poster presentation at the American Indigenous Research Association 2015 Conference. Polson, MT

Holliday, C., Barbosa-Leiker, C., Wynne, M., Ford, C., Numkena, N., Paul. R., & Katz, J. R. (Oct 2015). Adapting a Community Capacity Survey, Digital Storytelling, and Photovoice: Tribal and University Researchers Build a Suicide Prevention Pilot Project for Tribal Youth. Podium presentation 41st Annual Conference of the Transcultural Nursing Society (TCNS). Portland OR.

Holliday, C., Wynecoop, Z., Wynne, M., Numkena, N., Paul, R., & Katz, J. R. (Oct 2015). Ta hec èmiš qn mist I Will Never Give Up: Preventing American Indian Youth Suicide & Substance Use with CBPR & The Gathering of Native Americans. Poster presentation at the American Indigenous Research Association 2015 Conference. Polson, MT

Holliday, C. (2014). Suicide prevention. Washington State University, Research first Friday, Spokane WA.

Holliday, C. (2013, June). Teen Suicide: Experiences in the emergency department. Institute for Hermeneutic Phenomenology. Indiana University School of Nursing, Indianapolis, Indiana

Publications

Holliday, C., Bolster, C., Oneal, G. & Shaw, M. (January 31st, 2015). Suicide assessment and nurses: What does the evidence show? Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 20, Manuscript 2

Holliday, C., & Vandermause, R. (2015). Teen experiences following a suicide attempt. Archives of psychiatric nursing, 29(3), 168-173.

Holliday, C. E. (2012). Teen Suicide: Experiences in the Emergency Department Following a Suicide Attempt (Doctoral dissertation, Washington State University).

Sameshima, P. (with Vandermause R., Santucci (Holliday), C., and Gilda). (2011). Breathing through music and meth. Inland: A journal for teachers of English language arts. 28(1), 20-21.

Sameshima, P., Vandermause, R., & Santucci (Holliday) C. (2011). Motherhood and meth: Ekphrasic intervention. In S. Thomas, A. Cole, & S. Steward (Eds.), The art of poetic inquiry (Vol. 5, Arts-Informed Inquiry Series). Halifax, NS & Toronto, ON, Canada: Backalong Books & Centre for Arts-Informed Research.

updated 2/2017

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