Dr. Robert Scoloveno has studied health outcomes of resilience in underserved adolescents and has spoken at many national and international conferences as an expert on the concept of resilience. Dr. Scoloveno is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Clinical Simulation Laboratories at the Ru...read more
Chapters in Books or Monographs
Scoloveno, R. (2017). Information Technology and the Advanced Practice Nurse. In Joel, Lucille A. Advanced Practice Nursing, 4th Edition.
Articles in Refereed Journals
Scoloveno, R. (2018) Resilience and Self Efficacy: An integrated review of the literature. International Journal of Science and Research Methodology, 9(1), 176-192.
Scoloveno, R (2017). Measures of Resilience and an Evaluation of the Resilience Scale. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience, 19:4.
Scoloveno, R (2017). Gender Differences in Health Practices in Middle Adoloescent Boys and Girls. International Journal of Nursing Clinical Practice, 4: 268.
Cipriano, J., Scoloveno, R., Kelly, A. (2017). Increasing Parental Knowledge of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine. Journal of Pediatric Health Care.
Scoloveno R (2016) A Concept Analysis of the Phenomenon of Resilience. Journal of Nursing and Care, 5:353. doi:10.4172/2167-1168.1000353
Mahat, G., Scoloveno, M.A., Scoloveno, R.(2015). HIV/AIDS Knowledge, Self-Efficacy for Limiting Sexual Risk Behavior and Parental Monitoring. Journal of Pediatric Nursing.
Scoloveno, R. (2014).Psychometric Evaluation of the Adolescent Lifestyle Profile-Revised 2 for Middle Adolescents. Journal of Nursing Measurement.
Scoloveno, R. (2014). A Theoretical Model of Health-Related Outcomes of Resilience in Middle Adolescents. Western Journal of Nursing Research, February,1-18. Doi:10.1177/019345914. Scoloveno
Esteves, M., Scoloveno, R., Mahat, G., Yarcheski, A., & Scoloveno, M. (2013). An integrative Review of Adolescent Hope. Journal of Pediatric Nursing.
07/2017-08/2017 (Grant Amount: $2,500)
Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Dean’s Summer Research Development Award. Developing psychiatric mental health simulations using standardized patients in the Baccalaureate Program, Robert Scoloveno.
07/2016-08/2016 (Grant Amount: $5,000)
Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Dean’s Summer Research Development Award. Study of Resilience in Veterans, Corporal Michael Crescenz of the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA; Robert Scoloveno. Role: Principal Investigator
08/2015-02/2017 (Grant Amount: $200,000)
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, New Jersey Nursing Initiative. Integrating Population Health into Baccalaureate Nursing Curriculum: An investigation of mediation models of health outcomes and resilience. Robert Scoloveno, Role: Principle Investigator.
2015 (Grant Amount: $50,000)
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, New Jersey Nursing Initiative. Integrating Population Health into Nursing Curriculum: Redesigning Nursing Education to Address the Challenges and Opportunities of Population Health. Robert Scoloveno, Role: Principal Investigator.
2015 to 2017 — United States Department of Veteran Affairs Patient Safety Fellowship ($57,000).
2015 — Office of Civic Engagement Faculty Fellowship, Rutgers University—Camden.
2014 — Digital Teaching Fellowship, Rutgers University—Camden.
Professional Awards and Honors
2017 — Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence, Rutgers University—Camden.
2016 — Outstanding Nurse Educator Award, Rutgers University—Camden.