Joan Mersch

Joan Mersch

Adjunct Faculty

Part-Time Faculty
Socials

Education

  • B.S.N., College of St. Teresa, Winona, MN
  • M.S.N., University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

Selected Publications

  • Mersch, J., Neikimkin, S. Mentorship Program Guides New Hires. Stanford Nurse (Spring, 2005), 14-15.
  • Wise, L., Mersch, J., Racioppi, J., Crosier, J. (2000). Evaluation Reliability in Utility of Cumulative Intake and Output. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 14 (3), 37-42.
  • Mersch, J., Cook, K. Welcome to Stanford Arrhythmia Transtelephonic Program. Stanford Nurse (Spring, 1996), 4-6.
  • Mersch, J. (1993). Nursing Assessment: Auscultation of the Heart, Nursing Assessment: Hemodynamic Pressure Monitoring, Nursing Assessment: Cardiac Output Determination and SvO2 Monitoring. In C. M. Hudak, Critical Care Nursing: A Holistic Approach. Philadelphia: Lippincott.
  • Reed, A., Mersch, J. Walking in a Nurse's Shoes: A Medical Student's Perceptions. Stanford Nurse. (Summer, 1991), 10-12.
  • Mersch, J. (January-March 1991). Review: Improving Your Skills in 12-Lead ECG Interpretation, Progress in Cardiovascular Nursing, 6 (1), 40.
  • Daily, E., Mersch, J. (1987). Thermodilution Cardiac Outputs Using Room and Ice Temperature Injectate: Comparison with Fick Method. Heart and Lung, 16 (3), 294-300.
  • Mersch, J. (1985). End-Stage Cardiac Disease: Cardiomyopathy, End-Stage Cardiopulmonary Disease:
  • Pulmonary Hypertension. In M.K. Douglas, J. Shinn, Advances in Cardiovascular Nursing. Rockville, MD: Aspen Systems Corporation.
  • Mersch, J. (1983). Arrhythmia Computer Applications: A Clinical Nursing Perspective. Technology Update. 3-6.
  • Mersch, J. (1982). The Significance of Auscultation of the Heart, The Significance of Hemodynamic Pressure Monitoring. In C. M. Hudak, Critical Care Nursing. Philadelphia: Lippincott.
  • Mersch, J. (1977). The Significance of Hemodynamic Pressure Monitoring. In C. M. Hudak, Critical Care Nursing. Philadelphia: Lippincott.
  • Mersch, J. (1973). The Significance of Auscultation of the Heart. In C. M. Hudak, Critical Care Nursing. Philadelphia: Lippincott.