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
Adult research/scholarship of teaching and learning, distance learning in nursing higher education, ecstasy (MDMA) use, health promotion and disease prevention, enhancing cultural competency in undergraduate nursing students
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. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing
, 41(7), 296-297.
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. International Journal for Human Caring
, 14(3), 48-52.
Curtis, M., Kalnins, I., Steele, P., Fry, S. (2009). Continuing Education Excellence in Missouri Provider Approval Manual (7th Ed.)
. Jefferson City, MO: Missouri Nurses Association.
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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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