Our faculty have pioneered the use of informatics in health care, studied how shelters might help abused women and volunteered with community organizations addressing perinatal HIV.
They consistently develop ideas about how to make patients more comfortable, how to enable caregivers to be more efficient and how to help students succeed. They are committed and passionate professionals.
They are all here for you.
Our faculty are recognized as leaders in nursing education and research, presenting their findings around the word. They’ve spent countless hours as practicing professionals and countless more educating others to be the same.
Our faculty’s accomplishments extend beyond the classroom. They regularly contribute scholarly works to advance the field of nursing. Here are some of the latest examples:
- Judith McFarlane (Nursing – Houston)
Community as partner: Theory and practice in nursing (with E. Anderson), 7th ed. Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins. 2014
- Mari Tietze (Nursing – Dallas)
Nursing informatics for the advanced practice nurse (with S. McBride). Springer. 2015
- Sharon Denham (Nursing - Dallas)
Family-focused nursing care (with S. Eggenberger, P. Young and N. Krumwiede), F.A. Davis. 2015