Linda L. Strong, Ed.D., RN is Assistant Professor of Nursing & Director of the
RN to BSN Program at Sacred Heart University. 

Degrees: Ed.D., Nursing Education, Teachers College, Columbia University; MSN, Community
Health Nursing, The Catholic University of America; BSN, University of Bridgeport. 

Research interests: Public Health Nursing; Vulnerable Populations; Emergency
Preparedness. 

Teaching responsibilities: Public Health Nursing; Emergency Preparedness; The Human
Journey of Nursing; Nursing Theory; Nursing Education. 

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Association of Community Health Nursing Educators: Disaster Preparedness White Paper for Community/Public Health Nursing Educators (with Sandra W. Kuntz, Pamela Frable, and Kristine Qureshi), Nursing Faculty Publications (2008)

The Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (ACHNE) has developed a number of documents designed...

 

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Interdisciplinary Education in Emergency Preparedness: Assuring the Safety of Aging Populations (with Dori Taylor Sullivan), Nursing Faculty Publications (2007)

Aging is a global phenomenon. It impacts unequally, with this inequality attributable to such factors...

 

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Aging with Grace- Envejecinedo con gracia (with Donna M. Bowers, Mary-Ellen Johnson, N. Alaimo, A. Clinton-Briley, and L. Colon), Occupational Therapy Faculty Publications (2005)
 

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Organizations Honor Nursing Professor Linda Strong, Sacred Heart University News Story (2012)

Linda Strong is a recent recipient of an Outstanding Volunteer award from the New England...

 

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Faculty Spotlight, Professor Linda Strong (2012)

Sacred Heart University Faculty spotlight on Dr. Linda Strong.