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Nursing and Public Health

Faculty

Our Nursing and Public Health Faculty:

  • Has unique depth and breadth in clinical practice, nursing administration and nursing education and, as a whole, encompasses most specialty areas in nursing
  • Is exceedingly accessible and attuned to the unique needs of all students, including traditional, adult RN and second degree students
  • Has the highest number of doctorally prepared professors in the region 
  • Is actively involved in fostering evidence-based practices in partnership with nurse executives and bedside nurses at local health care networks and agencies
  • Participates in global health care programs in non-developed and developed communities in countries such as Honduras and Australia

Nursing and Public Health Department Faculty

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Kerry H. Cheever | Professor and Department Chairperson

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 245
Office phone: 610-861-1412
Email: cheeverk@moravian.edu

Education
B.S.N., Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales
M.S.N., University of Florida
Ph.D., University of South Carolina

Certifications
Postgraduate certificate – Acute Care Nurse Practitioner – Marquette University
Postgraduate certificate – Bioethics for Community Member of Institutional Review 
Boards – New York University & Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Clinical Expertise
Trauma/Emergency, Critical Care, Medical/Surgical Nursing

Research Interests
Editor: Brunner & Suddarth's Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing

Dr. Cheever has broad-based experience in the adult acute care inpatient environment.  A retired U.S. Navy Nurse Corps Commander, she served as specialty advisor to the Navy Surgeon General for critical care and medical-surgical nursing issues and trends.  She has forged nursing service – scholarship relationships within the local community, notably with St. Luke’s University Health Network, establishing the Evidence-Based Practice and Standards Council.  Invited to participate in the Turkish Fellowes Programme, she served as a visiting scientist in 2012 and delivered a series of lectures at three Turkish universities, including the keynote address at the First International Turkish Nursing Research Conference at Fatih University in Ankara.  With Dr. Janice Hinkle, she serves as editor of the Brunner & Suddarth Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing, which has received two American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Awards since 2008.  She serves as Co-Director of the In Focus Center of Investigation for Health Care at Moravian College.


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Pamela Z. Adamshick | Associate Professor

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 307
Office phone: 610-625-7766
Email: adamshickp@moravian.edu

Education
B.S.N., University of Detroit Mercy
M.S.N., University of Illinois
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University

Certifications
R.N. (registered nurse)
B.C. (Board Certified through AACN)
P.M.H.C.N.S. (Certified as a Clinical Specialist in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing)

Clinical Expertise
Acute and Community Psychiatric and Mental Health Care for Adults and Adolescents

Research Interests
Relational aggression in females
Youth violence
​Cultural sensitivity in nursing care
Community mental health
Global nursing initiatives
Development of a model related to chronic sorrow

Dr. Adamshick is an advanced practice RN and has numerous years of experience. Her experience as a nurse educator includes teaching in Masters, Baccalaureate, diploma, Associate degree, RN-BSN completion, and accelerated post-baccalaureate programs.

She has participated in international nursing experiences, including an educational nursing exchange with students from the University of Southern Queensland and from Queensland University of Technology (Australia). She accompanied nursing students on clinical nursing care experiences in Honduras with the MAMA project.

Dr. Adamshick has presented her research at international, national, and local conferences. She has several peer-reviewed publications, and participates on a regular basis as a reviewer for nursing and psychosocial journals.

 

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Joyce Brill | Instructor

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 305
Office phone: 610-625-7720
Email: brillj@moravian.edu

Education
B.S.N., Villanova University
M.S.N., University of Pennsylvania
Ph.D., Widener University

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)
P.N.P. (Pediatric Nurse Practitioner)

Clinical Expertise
Pediatrics

Research Interests
The Concept of Situated Coaching
The Use of Situated Coaching by Staff Nurses in the Clinical Learning Environment

Dr. Brill found her passion for pediatric nursing while completing her undergraduate BSN degree at Villanova University during a pediatric rotation at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). She began her nursing career as a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit nurse at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia upon completing her BSN and stayed in the PICU for ten years. While working at CHOP, Dr. Brill obtained her Master’s degree and Pediatric Nurse Practitioner education at the University of Pennsylvania. She is still a practicing Pediatric Nurse Practitioner.

Since moving to the Lehigh Valley many years ago, Dr. Brill has had a variety of opportunities to teach both within different hospital systems as well as at different institutions of learning. Since becoming a full time faculty member at Moravian College, she teaches primarily Pathophysiology, Research, and Pediatrics.

Dr. Brill is a member of Sigma Theta Tau, NLN, and the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP). She is also a Jonas Scholar for the cohort 2015-2016.

Dr. Brill lives in the Bethlehem area with her husband and three children.

 


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Elise M. Colancecco | Instructor

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 310
Office phone: 610-625-7962
Email: colanceccoe@moravian.edu

Education
B.S., Moravian College
M.S.N., Duquesne University
Doctoral Student, The University of Pennsylvania

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)

Clinical Expertise
Acute Care
Critical Care

Research Interests
Older Adults Functional Recovery Following Injury

Elise M. Colancecco is pursuing her PhD at The Pennsylvania State University College of Nursing with a minor in gerontology. Ms.Colancecco specializes in the areas of medical-surgical, step-down, and critical care nursing with a focus on gerontology. From a teaching lens, Ms. Colancecco strives to guide nursing students in developing their critical thinking skills through connections of clinical to classroom.

 


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Paulette Dorney | Assistant Professor 

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 309
Office phone: 610-625-7730
Email: dorneyp@moravian.edu

Education
B.S.N, Cedar Crest College
M.S.N., University of Pennsylvania
Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)
C.C.R.N. (Certification for Adult, Pediatric and Neonatal Critical Care Nurses)

Clinical Expertise
Care and Management of the Critically Ill Patient and Family
Nursing Education
Nursing Leadership

Research Interests
College Student Bereavement
Intraprofessional Collaboration
Role Transition from Student Nurse to Graduate Nurse

Dr. Paulette Dorney received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Cedar Crest College, and her Master’s of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Pennsylvania in the Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist track.  Additionally, she received her Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  

Dr. Paulette Dorney has over 30 years experience as a practicing registered nurse and educator in a variety of clinical and academic settings.  Her diverse practice and leadership roles have covered a number of specialties including critical care, cardiology, post anesthesia care, trauma, medical surgical, staff development, quality management, and end of life care.  Dr. Dorney brings a wealth of practice experience to the classroom environment.  Dr. Dorney is active at the local, and national levels in professional service and has received numerous nursing honors and awards.

Her current research interests focus on college student bereavement, intra professional collaboration, and practice readiness. Her recent publication (2015), “The empty desk: The sudden death of a nursing classmate.” OMEGA Journal of Death and Dying, 74,1-29, DOI: 10.1177/0030222815598688  disseminates her research findings related to grief and bereavement within the milieu of nursing education.


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Janice Farber | Assistant Professor 

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 209
Office phone: 610-625-7719
Email: farberj@moravian.edu

Education
B.S., Moravian College
M.S.N., Drexel University
Ph.D., Widener University

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)
C.N.O.R. (Certified Nurse Operating Room)

Clinical Expertise
Medical-Surgical Nursing
Peri-Operative Nursing

Research Interests
Cultural Knowledge of Nurse Faculty
Improving the Peri-operative Experience of Nursing Students

Dr. Farber has a background in peri-operative nursing particularly the orthopedic and neurologic specialties. She teaches baccalaureate-nursing students at junior and senior levels of their education, which includes medical-surgical nursing and professional leadership concepts. Her experience as a nurse educator includes teaching freshman college students, as well as traditional undergraduate juniors and seniors, RN-BSN, and accelerated post baccalaureate nursing students. She teaches a variety of courses and content, which includes college level reading and writing, adult medical-surgical health, peri-operative nursing, leadership, physical assessment, and nursing research. Dr. Farber is also active in Sigma Theta Tau Upsion Alpha chapter.

 


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Dawn M. Goodolf | Assistant Professor, Director of RN to BSN Program and Director of Accelerated Post-Baccalaureate Program

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 244
Office phone: 610-625-7764
Email: goodolfd@moravian.edu

Education
B.S.N., West Chester University
M.S.N., DeSales University
Ph.D., Widener University

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)

Clinical Expertise
Acute Care in Adult Health
Emergency Medicine
Critical Care
Trauma Nursing

Research Interests
Adult Learning Theories and Strategies
Nursing Education and Evaluation Methods
Nursing Students and Stressors
Professional Identity
Grounded Theory

Dr Goodolf’s acute care experience includes work in the Emergency Department and positions in the Intensive Care and Trauma units. Her acute care background is in adult health, emergency medicine, critical care and trauma nursing.

 


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Beth Gotwals | Assistant Professor and Public Health Program Advisor

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 306
Office phone: 610-861-1590
Email: gotwalsb@moravian.edu

Education
B.S.N., Bloomsburg University
M.S.N., Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales
Ph.D., Widener University

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)

Clinical Expertise
Community Health Nursing
Public Health
Faith Community Nursing
Global Health

Research Interests
Community Health Nursing
Public Health
Faith Community Nursing
Global Health

Dr. Gotwals’ initial years as a professional nurse were spent in medical/surgical nursing at Lehigh Valley Hospital Center in Allentown, PA before moving into community-based nursing as a Home Care RN for a home care agency associated with a local hospital in Quakertown, PA. This experience led to an interest in hospice nursing, and a position as hospice nurse and volunteer coordinator for a local hospice program in Sellersville, PA. She returned to her initial home care agency to start up and manage a Medicare certified hospice program. Dr. Gotwals has also held a number of home care management positions during her career in community nursing.

It was her interest in faith community nursing that led her to her PhD dissertation topic: “Parish Nurses’ Perceived Self-efficacy in Nutritional Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Counseling.” This interest has also led to the creation of a nursing elective in Faith Community Nursing for pre-licensure and RN-BS students at Moravian College.

Dr. Gotwals leads the community health nursing courses and teaching teams of the baccalaureate program. Recognizing the need to care for the global community, Dr. Gotwals fostered a partnership with a faith-based NGO to provide nursing students, faculty alumni, and members of the local Upsilon Alpha chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International with a global health experience in Honduras, Central America. She is also teaching the capstone nurse educator course for the MSN program at Moravian College. She is an active member of the Upsilon Alpha chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International.

 


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Kathleen Gray | Assistant Professor and Director, MSN, Nurse Practitioner Programs ​(Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner)

Office location:​ Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 243
Phone:​ 610-625-7736​  
Email:​ grayk@moravian.edu

Education
B.S.N., Cedar Crest College
M.S.N., DeSales University
D.N.P., Robert Morris University  

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)
FNP-C (Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner)
CRNP (Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner)

Clinical Expertise
Care of families across the lifespan from newborns to end-of- life care. Clinical focus on adults with complex chronic disease states with an emphasis on type 2 diabetes.

Research Interests
Management of chronic disease states and population health management and outcomes. Primary care of Veterans Post Deployment from Iraq and Afghanistan.

Dr. Gray is a nurse practitioner in family medicine with a focus on the management of chronic disease states. She has many years of practice in primary care in addition to her faculty role. She also led a nurse practitioner clinic in rural health managing patients across the lifespan. Before coming to Moravian, Dr. Gray directed the family nurse practitioner program at Georgetown University. She grew up in the Lehigh Valley and happy to be at Moravian and working in the community.

Her doctoral research focused on clinical outcomes in patients with type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Her current research focus is on woman veterans post deployment. Dr. Gray serves as the President of the Lehigh Valley Association of Nurse Practitioners and is active at the State and local levels on issues related to health policy. She is a long-time member of Sigma Theta Tau, a member of the American Diabetes Association, the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, and the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties.

She recently completed a small grant that supported her development of communication skills in nurse practitioner students using standardized patients. She also recently presented a poster at the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties conference in Seattle, Washington on the integration of veterans' health in nurse practitioner curriculum.

 


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Karen Groller | Assistant Professor of Nursing

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 308
Office phone: 610-625-7767
Email: grollerk@moravian.edu

Education
B.S.N., Cedar Crest College
M.S.N., DeSales University
Ph.D., University of Kansas

Certifications
R.N.-B.C. (Board Certified-Registered Nurse)
C.M.S.R.N. (Certified Medical-Surgical Registered Nurse)
A.N.C.C. Cardiac/Vascular Nurse Certification

Clinical Expertise
Medical-Surgical Nursing
Care of the Bariatric Patient Population
Innovative Teaching Pedagogies in Academic and Clinical Settings

Research Interests
Obesity Management
Weight Loss Surgery (Bariatric Surgery)
Vascular and Traumatic Limb-loss (amputations)
Academic and clinical education topics (e.g.-patient education practices, use of technology)

Dr. Groller’s clinical expertise focuses on adult medical-surgical nursing care; particularly in cardiovascular, bariatric and plastic surgical concerns. She has previously presented on education needs for cardiovascular patients and professionals as well as high-fidelity simulation use in health professional education at professional conferences for organizations such as the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nursing (AMSN), Society for Vascular Nursing (SVN), and Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH). Her work has been published in the Journal of Vascular Nursing, Bariatric Nursing and Surgical Patient Care, and Clinical Simulation in Nursing. During her doctoral studies, she began to explore weight recidivism in weight loss surgery (bariatric surgery) patients. In 2015, Dr. Groller presented results and recommendations from a literature synthesis on patient education practices within weight loss surgery at Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) and American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgeons (ASMBS)/The Obesity Society annual conference (ObesityWeek 2015). This was the first presentation to synthesize patient education practices within the bariatric specialty. Her doctoral dissertation, Patient Descriptions About Weight Loss Surgery Education Practices, was a qualitative descriptive study that further investigated patient descriptions about their weight loss surgery education experience and satisfaction regarding their experience.

 


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Taylor Grube | Instructor

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 249
Office phone: 610-625-7505
Email: grubet@moravian.edu

Education
B.S.N., East Stroudsburg University
M.S.N., Drexel University
Doctorial Student, Widener University

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)
Certified in High Risk Neonatal Nursing

Clinical Expertise
Obstetrics
Pediatrics
Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing

Research Interests
Infertility
Bullying in nursing academia
Nursing education
Maternal-newborn health

Ms. Grube is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Widener University where her dissertation will focus on the decision-making process among involuntarily childless couples who experience infertility. Her clinical background is in neonatal nursing and she maintains certification in high-risk neonatal nursing.

 


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Deborah Halliday | Instructor

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 211
Office phone: 610-625-7812
Email: hallidayd@moravian.edu

Education
B.S., Moravian College
M.S.N. Moravian College
Doctorial Student, Widener University

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)

Clinical Expertise
Medical Surgical Nursing

Research Interests
Innovative Teaching Strategies

Ms. Halliday is the Simulation Coordinator for Moravian College's new Health Science Building. She teaches in the Traditional Undergraduate (TUG) and Post Baccalaureate (PB) programs here at Moravian College.

 


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Lori Hoffman | Associate Professor and Director of MSN Programs

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 242
Office phone: 610-625-7769
Email: hoffmanl@moravian.edu

Education
B.S.N., Illinois Wesleyan University
M.S., Boston University
Ph.D., University of Kansas

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)

Clinical Expertise
Maternal-Newborn Nursing

Research Interests
Global Leadership Development in Nursing

Dr. Hoffman presently serves as the Director for the MSN program for Clinical Nurse Leaders, Nurse Administrators, and Nurse Educators. Dr. Hoffman was a charter member of the Upsilon Alpha Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, International and continues on the chapter's Board of Directors. Dr. Hoffman is a member of the American Nurses Association and has served on the Boards of Directors for PSNA, District 2, as well as Pennsylvania Organization of Nurse Executives. She currently serves on the Coalition for Women and Gender Studies of the Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges (LVAIC). Dr. Hoffman is a proud member of ANEMO, the Mozambican Nurses Association and has played an important role in teaching leadership skills for nurses from Africa, including Mozambique, Tanzania, Ethiopia, and South Africa.

 


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Donna Keeler | Instructor

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 208
Office phone: 610-625-7878
Email: keelerd@moravian.edu

Education
B.S.N., Kutztown University
M.S.N., Drexel University
Doctorial Student, Widener University

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)
CPAN (Certified Post Anesthesia Nurse)

Clinical Expertise
Critical Care Nursing
Disaster Nursing

Research Interests
Sudent's Perceptions of Faculty Support and it's Affect on Academic Success
Delirium in the Critical Care Setting

Ms. Keeler has over thirty years of clinical experience with a focus in post anesthesia, critical care and trauma nursing. She has been a faculty member since 2008, she teaches holistic assessment and medical-surgical nursing. She is a certified Post Anesthesia Nurse. Ms. Keeler is active in her community and is a member of the City of Bethlehem’s Medical Reserve Corp, SouthEastern Pennsylvania, Surge Medical Assistance Response Team and is a volunteer for Arts Quest a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide opportunities to underprivileged children in the community and to bring the arts to the Lehigh Valley. She is active in the Moravian College community and has accompanied students on spring break builds in the southern United States.

 


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Helen Kohler | Visiting Professor

Office Location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 240
Office phone: 610-861-1660
Email: kohlerh@aol.com

 

Education
B.S., University of Pennsylvania
M.S., University of Minnesota
Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)

Clinical Expertise
Community Health & Global Health

Dr. Kohler teaches epidemiology and gives presentations on international health, especially from personal experiences teaching in Africa for many years.

 


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John Mikovits | Instructor of Nursing

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 311
Office phone: 610- 625-7804
Email: mikovitsj@moravian.edu 

Education
B.S., Moravian College
M.S.N., Moravian College
Doctoral Student, Widener University  

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)
C.H.C. (Certified Health Coach)  

Clinical Expertise
Adult Medical-Surgical Nursing
Cardiac Critical Care
Mechanical Circulatory Support  

Research Interests
Pre-procedural Patient Education
Male Students' Nursing Education Experiences
Media Stereotypes of Nursing  

John has almost ten years of experience with cardiac medical-surgical and cardiac critical care patients at St. Luke's University Health Network. There, in 2014, he developed a Ventricular Assist Device Program for advanced heart failure patients and has presented at multiple conferences about the meeting and exceeding patient outcomes and educational practices for patients and their caregivers. John has presented two quality improvement initiatives at St. Luke's, including "Developing and Implementing a Ventricular Assist Device Program in a Community Hospital - Meeting and Exceeding Quality & Financial Benchmarks" and "Early Education of LVAD Patients: A focus on Program Outcomes & Patient Quality of Life." Prior to joining the Moravian College faculty in 2016, John had done adjunct work both here, and at other local schools of nursing.

 


Michelle A. Sayenga | Instructor of Nursing

Office Location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 250
Office Phone: 610-625-7737
Email: sayengam@moravian.edu

Education
B.S., Moravian College
M.S.N., Moravian College

Research Interests
Medical/Surgical Nursing
Community Health Nursing through Home Health and Hospice care
Chronic Disease Management

 


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Susan P. Scholtz | Associate Professor

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 245
Office phone: 610-625-7768
Email: scholtzs@moravian.edu

Education
B.S.N., Pennsylvania State University
M.N., University of Pittsburgh
Ph.D., Widener University

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)

Clinical Expertise
Nursing care of the child

Research Interests
Expressive writing and reflection as it relates to learning within clinical education.

As a nursing faculty member for more than thirty years, Dr. Scholtz is acutely aware of factors that impact on a student's success. She received her PhD from Widener University. Her dissertation research examined variables inherent in clinical education that may be perceived as threatening to the nursing student and developed strategies to maximize successful completion of the nursing curriculum. Reflective journaling, clinical judgment in the novice nurse, and development of methods to create connectedness between instructor and student are areas that also interest her. She also authored a chapter on clinical education in the textbook Nursing Education: Foundations for Practice Excellence. Dr. Scholtz received the Award for Teaching Excellence in 2001 from the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association and was a finalist in the Nightingale Awards for excellence in Nursing Education.

 


Janet A. Sipple | Visiting Professor

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 240
Office phone: 610-861-1608
Email: sipplej@moravian.edu 

Education
B.S.N., West Virginia University
M.S.N., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Ed.D., University of South Carolina
N.P., University of Missouri

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)

Clinical Expertise
Community Health Nursing
Public Health
Global Nursing

Research Interests
Learning modalities to improve cognition in elementary school children

 


James Teufel | Director and Assistant Professor of Public Health

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 246
Office phone: 610-625-7807
Email: teufelj@moravian.edu

Education
B.A., Drew University
M.P.H., University of South Carolina
Ph.D., Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Expertise
Social Determinants of Health, Health Behavior, Medical-Legal Partnerships, Social Return on Investment, Justice and Health, Community Partnerships

Research Interests
Intersection of Health and Justice, Sustaining and Disseminating Approaches to Address the Social Determinants of Health

James Teufel, M.P.H., Ph.D., is the Director of Public Health and an Assistant Professor of Public Health within Moravian College.  Before Moravian College, Dr. Teufel was the Director of the Mercyhurst Institute for Public Health at Mercyhurst University and the National Health and Evaluation Director of the OASIS Institute.  He has also held research and evaluation positions with the Research Triangle Institute International, CNA Corporation, and Southern Illinois University Carbondale.  In his scholarship, he has contributed to the business case for the integration of medicine and civil legal aid in the United States and has consulted the White House Legal Aid Interagency Roundtable on the intersection of health and justice as related to United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 16 (Justice). He uses an interdisciplinary approach that combines public health, social science, and business to change systems that impact population health.  He has completed graduate degrees with a focus on health behavior, education, and promotion.  Dr. Teufel’s research and teaching expertise includes social determinants of health, public health program evaluation, and health promotion theory.  He has made over 90 professional presentations and published more than 30 peer-reviewed publications in the disciplines of public health, medicine, aging, or law.  His current interests also include strengthening business cases, bridging shared values, and promoting the use of return on investment among nonprofit organizations to achieve social impact. In 2014, Dr. Teufel received the Advocate Award from the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership for his contributions to the advancement of medical-legal partnerships nationally.

 


Paige Thompson | Visiting Associate 

Email: thompsonp@moravian.edu

Education
B.S., Duke University
M.S.N., Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales
Ph.D., Columbia University

Certifications
R.N. (Registered Nurse)

Clinical Expertise
Community Nursing

Research Interests
Public Health
Community Nursing

 


Nursing Department Staff

 

Lynn Yerger | Administrative Support Assistant

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 103
Office phone: 610-625-7987
Email: yergerl@moravian.edu​

 

Tina Sanchez | Nursing Department Secretary

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 103
Office phone: 610-861-1660
Email: sanchezt@moravian.edu

 

Shelly Strauss | Clinical Coordinator

Office location: Sally Miksiewicz Center, Room 210
Office phone: 610-625-7731
Email: strausss02@moravian.edu