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.
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...
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...
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)
Linda Strong Appointed President of Connecticut Association of Public Health Nurses, Sacred Heart University News Story (2013)
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...