Richard Seides has been in professional health care for over 30 years and a nurse practitioner for more than 18 years.
Dr. Seides has been in professional health care for 30 years and a nurse practitioner for 18 years. His clinical experiences include HIV/AIDS, internal medicine, urgent care, pain management, and clinical research.
With an interest in the effects of personality on compliance behavior, Dr. Seides returned to school to earn a Doctor of Education degree, with a concentration in Health Behavior and Health Education.
In addition to teaching didactic and clinical courses to tomorrow’s health professionals with a respectful, gentle, and understanding approach, Dr. Seides continues to conduct research on medical compliance and how such behavior is related to personality.
Dr. Seides stays current with the latest medical care. He treats
patients in a large internal medicine office and incorporates the care
of clinical patients into his lectures and other class discussions to
facilitate learning, add perspective, and engage his students.
Dr. Seides has taught at three nursing schools before coming to Seton Hall University in September 2008.