Dr. Sheila Carey Grossman
Professor of Nursing
o: School of Nursing Rm 111
School of Nursing faculty discuss new grant-funded P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E. Clinic
School of Nursing faculty members were interviewed about the school's new four-bed P.R.A.C.T.I.C. E. Geriatric Nursing Simulated Clinic, which features cutting edge simulation teaching tools and high tech mannequins. Interviewed by the program "Conversations on Health Care" were Dr. Suzanne Campbell, dean of the School of Nursing; Dr. Sheila Grossman, professor of nursing; and Dr. Diane Mager, assistant professor of nursing. The P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E. equipment was purchased with a $233,153 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HRSA), helping Fairfield to increase undergraduate and graduate nursing students' expertise in caring for older adult, culturally diverse populations.
Appeared on WNPR, Connecticut Public Radio - "Conversations on Health Care" on 9/25/11
Why nurses are opting to become Nurse Practitioners
Nurses who are interested in becoming autonomous providers in healthcare delivery - such as primary care or in a specialty agency like women’s health, pediatrics, cardiology, pulmonary or endocrinology - should consider becoming a Nurse Practitioner, according to Sheila Grossman, Ph.D. FNP-BC, Professor & FNP Specialty Track Coordinator at Fairfield University School of Nursing in Fairfield, CT.
Published in Scrubs Magazine on 11/27/09