Thelma Patrick, PhD, RN
Professor and Research & Scholarship Strategist
|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|
|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
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.