Professor Fay-Hillier traveled to Bolivia to provide consultation and education to judges, prosecutors and forensic psychologists to enhance the evaluation of sexually assaulted children and teens and to explore strategies for successful prosecution of the offenders.
(2015, January 28th) Invited to be a panel member for an Interdisciplinary Discussion at Drexel University for members of the Drexel community on: “Mental illness: More prominent than you think.”
National League for Nurses (NLN)
International Association of Forensic Nurses
International Nurses Society on Additions (IntNSA)
American Psychiatric Association
Sigma Theta Tau International (Nursing Honor Society)
Douglass, B., Solecki, S. & Fay-Hillier, T. (2020). The harmful consequences of vaping:
A public health threat. Journal of Addictions Nursing, 31(2), 79-84.
Clements, P. T., & Fay-Hillier, T. M. (2019). The effects of intimate partner violence on
children: Navigating targeted therapeutic assessment and intervention. Issues in
Mental Health Nursing, 40(6), 486-492. Doi: 10.1080/01612840.2018.1553000
Regan, R. V., Fay-Hillier, T. M., & Murphy-Parker, D. (2019). Simulation clinical experience of veteran care competence for psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner students with simulation patients. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 40(3), 223-232. Doi: 10.1080/01612840.2018.1543743
Fay-Hillier, T. M., Clements, P. T., & Solecki, S. (2015). Effects of IPV on children. In P.T. Clements, J. Pierce-Weeks, K.E. Holt, A.P. Giardino, S. Seedat, & C. Mortiere (Eds.), Intimate Partner Violence during pregnancy (pp. 385-407). STM Learning, Inc.
Solecki, S., & Fay-Hillier, T. (2015). The toll of too much technology on teens’ mental health. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 30, 933-936.
Intimate partner violence; substance use disorders; victims of child abuse; forensic science; simulation
Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist.