Darlene Sredl, PhD, MSN, RN

Darlene Sredl, PhD, RN

Teaching Professor

206 Nursing Administration Building
College of Nursing, South Campus

Phone: 314-516-7060
Fax: 314-516-7082

Teaching Areas:

  • BSN
    • Fundamentals in Nursing
    • Management & Leadership in Nursing
    • Pediatrics
    • Nursing Theory
  • MSN
    • Nursing Theory
    • Role of the Nurse Leader
    • Healthcare Resource Management

Research Interests:

  • Chief Nursing Executives and their comprehension of Evidence-Based Process (EBP)


  • PhD - University of Missouri-St. Louis
  • MSN - Webster University
  • MA - Webster University (Health Facility Management)

Grant Funding:

  • Sigma Theta Tau-Nu Chi Research Award-$500 2004. Funded
  • Sigma Theta Tau-Nu Chi Research Award-$500 2006. Funded
  • BJ Foundation -"Enhancing Cultural Congruence in the Nursing Clinical Workforce: An Educational Initiative to Foster Cultural Understanding Among RNs and LPNs @ BJ Extended Care by Establishment of a Cultural Congruence Center"- $10,000. Funded
  • BJ Foundation-"Fostering a Culturally Congruent Acceptance of Critical Thinking Among Nursing Professionals in an Extended Care Facility"-$35,000. Funded


  • Sredl, D. (2013). Amalgamethodology: A research methodology unique to nursing fostering critical thinking implications for education and practice.Journal of Applied Medical Sciences, 2 (1), p 2241-2336.
  • Sredl, D. (Ed). (2012). Evidence-Based Leadership Success Strategies for Nurse Administrators, Advance Practice Nurses (APN), and Doctors of Nursing Practice (DNP). Hauppauge, N.Y. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
  • Sredl, D. (2011). QALY vs DALY Quandary. The International Journal of Science in Society. CG Publisher.  2 (4), P99-122.
  • Sredl, D. (2009). Multi-attribute Multidisciplinary concept analyses related to the Aerohemodynamics Conceptual Model. Journal of Teaching and Learning in Nursing 4. (3), 98-103.
  • Sredl, D. (2009). Janis Dickerman: A dream postponed, a destiny fulfilled.Reflectiosn on Nursing Leadership34(4). (Electronic version).
  • Sredl, D. & Dickerman, J. (2008). Fostering a culturally congruent acceptance of critical thinkingi among nursing professionals in an extended care setting.Internatioanl Journal of Cultural Diversity in Organisations (sic), COmmunities and Nations, 8(4), p. 171-176.
  • Among Nursing Professionals in an Extended Care Facility. Accepted by the International Journal of Cultural Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations. (In Press)
  • Sredl, D. (2008). What nurse executives in the United States really think about evidence-based nursing process. Nurse Researcher.
  • Parrone, J., Sredl, D., Miller, M., Phillips, M., Donaubauer, C. (2008).An evidence-based teaching/learning strategy involving the HESI Exam as a predictor of success for foreign nurses. Journal of Teaching and Learning in Nursing.
  • Sredl, D. (2008). Conceptual Model: The Aerohemodynamics Meta-Theory.Journal of Teaching and Learning in Nursing. 3,115-120.
  • Sredl, D. (2008). Multiattribute Multidisciplinary concept analyses related to the
    Aerohemodynamics Conceptual Model. Journal of Teaching and Learning inNursing.
  • Sredl, D. (2008). Nursing care of children and families. Test 24: General child and
    family needs, safety, management, delegation, and culture and diversity. InOhman's NCLEX-RN Mastery: An Evidence-Based Q & A Review.Philadelphia. F.A. Davis Company.
  • Parrone, J., Sredl, D., Donaubauer, C., Phillips, M., Miller, M. (2008). Charting the 7 Cs
    of Cultural Change Affecting Foreign Nurses: Competency, Communication, Consistency, Cooperation, Customs, Conformity, Courage. Journal of CulturalDiversity: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 15(1), p3-6.
  • Jenkins, R., Sredl, D., Hseuh, K., & Ding, C. (2007). Evidence-based nursing process(EBNP) consumer culture attribute identity: A message-based persuasion strategy study among nurse executives in the United States of America. Journal of Medical Science, 27(2), 55-62.
  • Sredl, D. (2007). Temptations that come with a Medication Error. Alternative Journal of Nursing. (13), p 1-3.
  • Sredl, D. (2007). Dealing with Reality: Confronting the Global Nursing Shortage.Reflections on Nursing Leadership. Fourth Quarter.
  • Sredl, D. (2006). The Triangle Technique: Pilot study and construct of a new evidence-based educational tool for pediatric medication calculations. NLN's Nursing Educational Perspectives 27(2), 84-88.
  • Sredl, D., & Aukamp, V. (2006). Evidence-Based Nursing Care Management for the Pregnant Woman with an Ostomy. Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing 33(1), 42-51.
  • Block, V., & Sredl, D. (2006). Nursing Education and professional practice: A collaborative approach to nurse retention. The Journal for Nurses in Staff Development 22(1), 23-30. CE TEST.
  • Block, V., & Sredl, D. (2006). Nursing Education and Professional Practice: A Collaborative Approach to Enhance Retention. Journal for Nurses in Staff Development 22(1), 1-6.
  • Sredl, D. (2006). The Triangle Technique: A New Evidence-Based Educational Tool for Pediatric Medication Calculations. Nursing Education Perspectives 27(2), 84-88.
  • Sredl, D. (2006). One Nurse's Experience with Australia's Emergency Healthcare System. Alternative Journal of Nursing, 11
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  • International Caring Conference. "Identification of Cultural Change Anxiety Causing Needs for Nurses Immigrating from Foreign Countries." 2007
  • Sigma Theta Tau 17th International Evidence-Based Nursing Conference (Montreal, Canada), 2006
  • "The Aerohemodynamics Theory" and "The Triangle Technique: A New Evidence-Based Educational Tool for Pediatric Medication Calculations. Presented at the Western Region Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (WRACSN)- Feb. 23-25, 2006 in Edmonton, Alberta.
  • "The Aerohemodynamics Theory" Presented at the 11 th Biennial Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Modeling and Role-Modeling (SAMRM)- May 25-28, 2006 in Portland, OR.
  • "Evidence-Based Nursing Among Nurse Executives in the USA", Presented by Sigma Theta Tau's 17 th International Nursing Research Congress Focusing on Evidence-Based Practice , July 19-22, 2006, in Montreal, Quebec.