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Mary Curtis, PhD, RN, ANP-C, PHCNS-BC


PhD, Saint Louis University
MSN, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
BSN, Saint Louis University

Areas of Expertise
Community/public health, adult primary care

Research Interests
Injury prevention, substance abuse, health promotion, action research/scholarship of teaching and learning

Bultas, M. & Curtis, M. P. (2013) Using Simulation to Teach Child Injury Prevention to Mothers Recovering from Substance Abuse, Journal of Community       Health Nursing, 30:3, 155-163

Curtis, M.P. & Jensen, A. (2010).  A descriptive study of learning through confluent education:  An opportunity to enhance nursing students’ caring, empathy and presence with clients from different cultures.  14(3):48-52.

Curtis, M.P., Hendrickson, S. & Georgantopoulos, P. (2010).  Community collaboration in a community H1N1 vaccination program.  Journal of Community Health Nursing, 27:121-125.

Curtis, M.P. & Hoffman, M. (2010).  Integrative learning strategies.  The journal of continuing education in nursing.  41(7): 296-297.

Jensen, Alice and Curtis, Mary (2008) "A Descriptive Qualitative Study of Student Learning in a Psychosocial Nursing Class Infused with Art, Literature, Music, and Film," International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship: Vol. 5 : Iss. 1, Article 4. Available at:

Vaughn, M., Howard, M., Curtis, M.P.  (2005)  Is ecstasy use associated     with symptoms of anxiety or depression among incarcerated juvenile offenders?  The Journal of Evidence Based Social Work, Vol.2, 19-34.

Vaughn, M., Howard, M. & Curtis, M. (2005).  Is ecstasy (MDMA) use associate with symptoms of anxiety or depression among incarcerated Juvenile offenders? In Juvenile Offenders and Mental Illness: I know why the Caged Bird Cries (ed:Lisa A. Rapp-Paglicci) Binghamton, NY: Haworth Social Work Practice Press.

Curtis, M.P.  (2001)  Incentives and Obstacles for Nursing Higher Education Faculty in choosing to teach via distance.  Doctoral dissertation:  St. Louis University.

Curtis, M.P.  (1990).  Marketing and management; videotapes:  are they helpful in the practice setting?  Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 90, (2), 172-173.

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The nursing faculty at Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College is comprised of experienced practitioners, administrators, educators, researchers and consultants. They come from every specialty from acute care to community health. All of our full time faculty have a doctoral degree, or are actively pursuing doctoral studies.

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