Lorraine Brown, M.S.N., C.N.S., R.N.-B.C., C.N.E.
Coordinator, 4-year, BS Nursing Program and Assistant Professor
SJC Long Island
- O'Connor Hall, Room N322A
M.S.N., Clinical Nurse Specialist: Adult Medical-Surgical Nursing, Boston University, 1978
Have been teaching in the Nursing Department at St. Joseph’s College for over 14 years.
Have been practicing as an Advanced Practice Nurse in the role of a Clinical Nurse Specialist caring for the adult gerontology population for over 36 years. Areas of clinical expertise are acute and critical care for the adult geriatric patient as well as quality improvement and clinical research
Presently hold National Certifications as an Academic Nurse Educator and as a Board Certified Medical-Surgical Nurse.
Scholarly & Professional Interests
Blended educational design
Innovations in learning technology
Nursing leadership and quality improvement
Professional and patient advocacy
Advance practice nursing and health care reform
Clinical research: evidence-based practice for adult-gerontology population
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