Loyola University Chicago

Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing

Faculty and Staff

Nancy Hogan, PhD, RN, FAAN

Title/s: Distinguished Professor

Office #: BVM, Room 914, LSC

Phone: 773.508.8956

E-mail: nhogan@luc.edu


PhD Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois 1987
MSN De Paul University, Chicago, Illinois 1978
BS Rush University, Chicago, Illinois 1976

Teaching Interests

PhD and Undergraduate research and philosophy courses.

Courses Taught, 2015-2016

GNUR 540 Philosophy of Nursing: Nursing as a Moral Practice
GNUR 513 Qualitative Methods in Nursing
GNUR 361 Nursing Ethics
GNUR 432 Philosophical Bases of Nursing Science
GNUR 360 Professional Role Development: Researcher

Research/Scholarly Interests and Selected Publications

Generation of substantive theory using grounded theory methodology; constructing and validation of survey instruments. Substantive areas of study, adult and childhood bereavement process, on-going-attachment, implementation of theory and research into practice.

Burkhart, L. & Hogan, N. S. (2016). Spiritual Care in Nursing Practice (SCiNP). In Peterson’s Middle Range Theories: Application to Nursing Research, 4th ed. 

Hogan, N. S. & Schmidt, L. (2016).  Hogan Grief Reaction Checklist. In R. A. Neimeyer (Ed.) Techniques of Grief Therapy Vol. 2. New York: Routledge Press.

Hogan, N. S. & Schmidt, L. (2016).  Inventory of Social Support. In R. A. Neimeyer (Ed.) Techniques of Grief Therapy Vol. 2. New York: Routledge Press.

Burkhart, L. & Hogan, N. S. (2015). Being a female veteran: A grounded theory of coping with transitions. Social Work in Mental Health. (13): 108-127.

Hogan, N.S., Schmidt, L. & Coolican, M. (2014). The bereavement process of tissue donor family members: Responses of grief, posttraumatic stress, personal growth, and ongoing attachment. Progress in Transplantation. 24(3), 288-293.

Hogan, N., Coolican, M & Schmidt, L. (2013). Giving meaning to the legacy of tissue donation for donor families. Progress in Transplantation. 23(2), 180-187.

Professional & Community Affiliations

2009-present Illinois Nurses Association
2009-present American Nurses Association
2004-present American Academy of Nursing