Marianne Biangone, PhD, RN

Title(s)Professor, Community Health Systems
SchoolSchool of Nursing
Address490 Illinois Street, #9326
San Francisco CA 94158
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    St. Francis Hospital School of Nursing, New Castle, PADiploma-RN1992Registered Nursing
    Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PABSN2001Registered Nursing
    California State University, Dominguez Hills, Carson, CAMSN2009Nursing Education
    William Carey University, Hattiesburg, MSPhD2020Nursing Education & Nursing Administration

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    Dr. Marianne Biangone has been committed to strengthening the diversity of the nursing workforce with a focus on faculty and the environments in which students learn. Her research is dedicated to exploring the various factors that impact nursing students' academic performance, with a focus on the development of strategies and tools to enhance a student’s overall resilience, wellness, and achievement.

    Dr. Biangone consults both nationally and internationally, focusing her efforts on supporting workforce diversity by elevating the success of students from low-income and marginalized backgrounds. She utilizes a two-pronged approach: first, by directly engaging with students and by indirectly shaping the educational framework that supports their success, and second, by developing fair testing policies and assisting faculty in creating support tools and supportive learning environments.

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    1. The mechanisms of student grit at the height of a major crisis: Identifying key predictors when times get really tough. Nurs Open. 2024 Jan; 11(1):e2069. Terry D, Peck B, Biangone M. PMID: 38268263; PMCID: PMC10733603.
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    2. A framework for transforming the professional identity and brand image of All Nurses as Leaders. Nurs Outlook. 2023 Nov-Dec; 71(6):102051. Lindell Joseph M, Godsey JA, Hayes T, Bagomolny J, Beaudry SJ, Biangone M, Brewington J, Anest P, Godfrey N, Lose D, Martin E, Ollerman S, Siek T, Thompson J, Valiga T. PMID: 37804575.
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    3. Changes in grit and psychological capital at the time of major crisis: nursing students' perseverance, resources, and resilience. Int J Nurs Educ Scholarsh. 2023 Jan 01; 20(1). Terry D, Peck B, Biangone M. PMID: 37115948.
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