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Dr. Sheila Carey Grossman

Professor of Nursing
o: School of Nursing Rm 111
p: x2705


Current Research Interests

Dr. Grossman is the transitional author for the 9th edition of Porth’s pathophysiology: Concepts of Altered Health States. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins published in 2014. Additionally she published with Dr. Theresa Valiga,  the 4th edition of The new leadership challenge: Creating a preferred futurefor nursing. Philadelphia, PA: F A Davis Company, an AJN Book of the Year, in 2013. Also she published the 2nd edition of Mentoring in nursing: A dynamic and collaborative process. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company, Inc., an AJN Book of the Year, in 2013. Dr. Grossman is involved in measuring diagnostic reasoning with FNP students in the Simulated Primary Care Clinic for which she received a HRSA grant. Currently she is completing reliability and validity measures with a colleague for her mentoring tool, Mentor Characteristics/Skills, Work Setting/Organization and Mentoring Culture Assessment. She recently was funded and completed with two colleagues the Art of Seeing Project with Family Nurse Practitioner students that will be published in early 2014 in the Journal of Nursing Creativity. She has had several publications in 2013 including Journal of Palliative & Hospice Nursing, Dimensions of Critical Care, and Journal of Homecare Nursing & Hospice.


Courses Taught

  1. NS 360: Critical Care Nursing
  2. NS 615: Leadership & Interprof Collab
  3. NS 640: Adv Physiology & Pathophys
  4. NS 642: Adult Health I
  5. NS 647: Care At-Risk Populations
  6. NS 669: AdvPathophysiology/AnesthPract

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