Audrey M. Beauvais, DNP, MSN, MBA, RN, CNL, is Director of the Undergraduate Nursing
Program and Assistant Professor of Nursing. 

Professional Interests: Council on Graduate Education for Administration in Nursing;
Connecticut Nurses Association; Sigma Theta Tau (National Nursing Honor Society);
National League for Nursing; Organization of Nurse Executives-Connecticut; The American
Organization of Nurse Executives; Alpha Sigma Nu (National Honor Society) 

Degrees and Certifications: D.N.P., Case Western Reserve University; M.S.N., Sacred Heart
University; M.B.A., Sacred Heart University; B.S.N., Fairfield University. 



Reducing the Fear of Falling Through a Community Evidence-Based Intervention (with John E. Beauvais), Nursing Faculty Publications (2014)

Falls and the fear of falling are major health concerns among older adults. The purpose...



Factors Related to Academic Success Among Nursing Students: A Descriptive Correlational Research Study (with Julie G. Stewart DNP, MPH; Susan DeNisco; and John E. Beauvais), Nursing Faculty Publications (2013)

Background:The current rise in employment is improving forecasts for the future supply of registered nurses;...



Build an Instinct for Feelings, Nursing Faculty Publications (2012)

Reports that nursing students applying to a Scottish university are undergoing emotional intelligence tests as...



Emotional Intelligence and Nursing Performance among Nursing Students (with Noreen Brady, Eileen R. O'Shea, and Mary T. Quinn Griffin), Nursing Faculty Publications (2011)


Some scholars have proposed that the educational preparation of nurses can be improved by...


Popular Press


Beauvais Honored by the Connecticut Nurses Association, Sacred Heart University News Story (2013)



Emotional Intelligence And Spiritual Well-Being Among Nursing Students (Abstract) (with Susan DeNisco and Julie G. Stewart), Eastern Nursing Research Society, 25th Annual Scientific Sessions, April 17-19, 2013: Nursing Research: A Bridge to the Future of Healthcare (2013)

Purpose: To examine the relationship between emotional intelligence and spiritual well-being among nursing students. Conclusion...