Dr. Judith Strasser
Professor of Nursing
Why I Teach:"'Nursing puts us in touch with being human. Without even asking, we are invited into the inner spaces of other peoples existence. For where there is loneliness, suffering, the tolerable pain of cure, or the solitary pain of permanent change, there is a need for the kind of service we call nursing' ( Donna Diers) -and I concur"
Ph.D., Catholic University
M.S., University of Maryland
B.S., Villanova University
Diploma in Nursing, Pennsylvania Hospital School of Nursing
Advisory Board Member for Chester River Home Health and Hospice and pro-tem for Dragonfly Heart Camp. Member of the National League for Nursing, the American Public Health Association, the society for Applied Anthropology, the Council on Nursing and Anthropology, Sigma Theta Tau. Reviewer for Qualitative health Research.
NR515 Graduate Nursing Research
NR610 Nursing and the Community
NR612 Nursing of Family and Small Groups
NR616 Nursing and Special Populations
NR630 Culture and Health
NR631 Ethnographic Field Techniques