PhD, Indiana University
MS, Wright State University
BSN, Wright State University
Amy Shay is a Clinical Assistant Professor and the Clinical Nurse Specialist Track Coordinator at Indiana University. She received her PhD in nursing, with a minor in Rehabilitation Science, from Indiana University in 2017. Amy is a Pulmonary Clinical Nurse Specialist with over 20 years’ experience in critical care who has lectured internationally on clinical topics. Amy’s work in ventilator-associated pneumonia prevention received the Blue-Ribbon Research Abstract Award from the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology. Her work in early mobility was recognized by the U.S. Government Accountability Office and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Amy consults with the Warfighter Medical Optimization research team of the U.S. Air Force for en-route care of wounded and is the civilian CNS subject matter expert for a military critical care moral distress study. She is lead editor of the NACNS sponsored Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist Certification Review book. Amy is an American Association of Critical Care Nurses CCRN Alumnus and National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists Fellow.
Fulton, J. S., Gilbert, J., Rader, T., Keen, A., Shay, A., & Walker, J. (in press). A crosswalk analysis between Magnet standards and clinical nurse specialist practice competencies. Journal of Nursing Administration.
Wilson, M. A, Simmons, A., Harris, J. I., Thomas, S., Shay, A., Usset, T. J., Cook, W., Bevington, D., Hurley, A. C., & Epstein, E. (in press). Adaptation and testing of the measure for moral distress-healthcare professionals-military version (MMD-HP-M). American Journal of Critical Care.
Shay, A., Powers, J., & Doescher, T. (Eds.). (2021). Adult-gerontology clinical nurse specialist certification review. Springer. doi:10.1891/9780826174178
Shay, A., Fulton, J. S., & O’Malley, P. (2019). Mobility and functional status among hospitalized COPD patients. Clinical Nursing Research, 29(1), 13-20. doi:0.1177/1054773819836202