Seton Hall Nursing Professor, Bonnie Sturm.

 

Bonnie Sturm, Ed.D, R.N.
Associate Professor
College of Nursing

(973) 761-9762
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Caroline D. Schwartz College of Nursing Building
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Bonnie Sturm, Ed.D, R.N.

Associate Professor
College of Nursing

I have been teaching undergraduate, graduate, and PhD level courses in Nursing since coming to Seton Hall in 2004. I was awarded Tenure as of August 2010. My area of clinical specialization is Psychiatric Nursing and courses I have taught include: Under-graduate Psychiatric Nursing, Dying with Dignity, Group Dynamics, Master's level Research and Health Promotion, as well as PhD level Qualitative Research Design/Analysis, Dissertation Seminars, and Ethics of Healthcare and Nursing. I am the Program Director for the PhD in Nursing and I am actively involved in chairing and participating in multiple dissertation committees, as well as mentoring faculty. My initial Doctoral Research focused on Ethical Issues in Psychiatric Community Health Nursing and current research has expanded to include issues of Ethical Importance in Nursing Practice. While I have both quantitative and qualitative research experience, my particular expertise and passion is for Qualitative Design and Analysis. Before coming to SHU I was a tenured faculty at Dominican College in Orangeburg, NY. Previous to taking an academic role, I practiced nursing for greater then 20 years in varied settings including: Hospital, Hospice, Community, and Psychiatric Nursing.