Thelma Patrick, PhD, RN

Associate Professor
Office: 312
614-234-2415
tpatrick@mccn.edu

Institution Degree Graduation Date
University of Pittsburgh PhD
The Ohio State University MS
Slippery Rock State University BSN
  • HLTH 292: Cultural Competency in Healthcare
  • HLTH 416: Health Care Systems Policy & Economics (provided assistance with grading)
  • NURS 205: Foundations of Caring Health Practices (Clinical Lab Instructor)
Institution Position Start Date End Date
Mount Carmel College of Nursing Associate Professor 2018 Present
The Ohio State University College of Nursing and OB/GYN 2008 2018
University of Pittsburgh school of Nursing and Department of OB/GYN and Reproductive Sciences 1989 2007
Position Year
Leader for a community based caregiver support group in Worthington, PA. 2018-Present
Manuscript Reviewer, Biological Research in Nursing
Manuscript Reviewer, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
American Nurses Association
Ohio Nurses Association

Knupp, A., Patterson, E., Ford, J., Zurmehly, J., Patrick, TE. (2018). Associations among nurse fatigue, individual nurse factors, and aspects of the nursing practice environment. Journal of Nursing Administration, Dec, 48(12): 642-648.

Jaeger, CB, Acree-Hamann, C, Zurmehly, J, Buck, J, Patrick, T. (2016). Assessment of Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Workload in a Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Satisfaction. Newborn & Infant Nursing Reviews, 16(3), 138 - 148.

High risk conditions during pregnancy, cardiovascular disease in women

Health Disparities

Patrick, TE, Midkiff, K. (2016) Physical activity may have a positive effect on LDL cholesterol in pregnancy. Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science. Washington, DC.

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