Williams, Kimberly, DNSc, APRN-BC
Vice Chair Community-Mental Health Nursing Department
DNSc 2004 Public Health Nursing University of Tennessee, Memphis
MSN 1999 Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing University of South Alabama
BSN 1994 Nursing University of South Alabama
Williams, K. & Bydalek, K (2009, Sept/Oct). Self-mutilation: The cutting truth. American Nurse Today, 4(8), 29-32.
Williams, K. & Hamilton, K. (2009). “Culturally Competent Assessment and Care of Self-Mutilation in Urological Nursing. Urological Nursing, 29 (3), 191-194.
Bydalek, K. & Williams, K. ( 2008, March). Bilateral foot infections as a result of peripheral vascular disease. Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 4(3), 208-215.
Williams, K. (2008). Immunizations. In Barkley, T. & Myers, C (Eds.), Practice Guidelines for Acute Care Nurse Practitioners (2nd ed). Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co.
Williams, K. & Bydalek, K (2007). Adolescent self mutilation: Diagnosis and treatment revisited. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, 45(2), 19-23
Williams, K (2007). Meeting Demands of Our Older Nurses by Changing Workforce Environments. The Alabama Nurse, 34 (1), p 18.
Williams, K., Stotts, R., Jacob, S., Stegbauer, C., Roussell, L, Carter, D. (2006). Inactive Nurses: A source for alleviating the nursing shortage? Journal of Nursing Administration (JONA), 36(4), 205-210.
Williams, K. [Primary Investigator] & Hamilton, K., Bydalek, K., and Hannon, W [Co- Investigator] (2008 to present). SLICE Self Injury Assessment Tool.
Williams, K. [Primary Investigator] (2007). Professionalism, Caring, and Satisfaction: Recommendations for Recruitment and Retention.
Williams, K. [Primary Investigator] (2007). Factor Analysis of the Registered Nurses Satisfaction Survey.
Williams, K. [Primary Investigator] (2007). Good Works in Nursing.
Williams, K. [Primary Investigator] (2007). Registered Nurses Satisfaction Survey.
Williams, K. [Primary Investigator] (2006). The Comparison of Work Satisfaction of Active and Inactive Registered Nurses with Implications for Retention and Return to the workforce.
APNA, 1999 to present
Sigma Theta Tau, 1999 to present
ANA, 1997 - to present
ASNA, 2009 to present
MNA SPIG, 1997-2009
AANP, 2005 - 2008
APNA, 2000 - to present
Honors and Rewards :
Sigma Theta Tau Excellence in Nursing Research 5/4/2007
University of South Alabama College of Nursing Faculty Scholarship Award 12/8/2006
Advanced Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Specialty Excellence in Practice 12/4/1999