As a former Dean, Vice President and Academician, Pat provides insight for academic leaders in working with students, faculty and communities. One area of focus is related to meeting the needs of diverse populations, including faculty and students.
Also, in the realm of Education and Research, Pat teaches classes to inter-professional graduate students on topics such as Mixed-Methods Research and Community-based Participatory Research. She assists PhD students with dissertations and future publishing of their research based on her experience as an author AND as a peer-reviewer for several inter-professional journals.
Community-Based Practice & Research/Policy Links:
- School-Based Care & Psychiatric Needs:
- School-Based Care & Clinical Challenges:
Nursing Theory Related
- Nursing Theory (NSM) & Rural Health
Link to Several Publications
Nursing Informatics Links
Nursing Theories and Evidence-Guided Practice
Stress & Burnout - Interprofessional Paper on National Academies of Medicine (NAM) Website
Getting your manuscript from vision, to draft, to review is always a challenge for new authors. Pat has personal experience and has assisted several 'junior faculty' to gain the self-discipline and strategies to become 'senior faculty' through coaching, mentoring and consulting.