Through a Global Health Faculty Scholars’ Community of Practice, School of Nursing Faculty Scholars will learn together, exchange and challenge ideas, and collaborate with faculty from partner schools of nursing on research, practice or education-focused projects. The Global Health Faculty Scholars Program supports the advancement of global health through meaningful partnerships around the world.
School of Nursing global health faculty scholars share about their projects and highlight strategies for successful partnerships with colleagues around the globe.
Global Health Faculty Scholars 2023
Global Health Faculty Scholars 2022
Dr. Lisa Martin
PhD, RN, PHN, AHN-BC, FAAN
Scoping review of the literature/state of science on global Indigenization research and its application to nursing curricula.
University of British Columbia
First Nations House of Learning
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Global Health Faculty Scholars 2021
Dr. Cynthia Bradley
PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE
Health workforce development through adapting tested model of simulation and debriefing training in multiple populations across the globe.
Chang Gung University of Science
South Korean nursing program
University of Nairobi
Dr. Nasra H. Giama
DNP, RN, PHN
Continuing nursing education, enhancing access to evidence-based practice resources, strengthening public health nursing practice, and improving knowledge and skills in research methodology.
University of Hargeisa school of nursing in Somalia
Global health promotion with focus on adolescent health; professional development of faculty and graduate students in other countries.
School of Psychology, Deakin University and Department of Paediatrics, Melbourne Medical School, The University of Melbourne, both in Melbourne, Australia
Department of Nursing, College of Health Sciences, Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda
Dr. Sripriya Rajamani
PhD, MPH, MBBS, FAMIA
Using health information technology to develop new healthcare delivery models; increase patient engagement and improve public/population health
India and Saudi Arabia
Dr. Erica Schorr
PhD, RN, FAHA
Using mobile health technologies to reduce cardiovascular disease among adults with Type 2 diabetes; using measures of physical function to improve detection of peripheral artery disease.
Ramathibodi Hospital/Mahidol University in Bangkok, Thailand
Research Center on Non-Infectious Diseases and Environmental Health, Research Institute for Health Sciences, Chiang Mai University in Chiang Mai Thailand