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About Corinne Lee

Corinne Lee, MSN, is Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing at Sacred Heart University. Professor Corinne Lee began her nursing career in 1986. Her clinical interest and expertise was in neurology, specifically care of the population with Multiple Sclerosis. As a Clinical Nurse Specialist, Professor Lee was highly sought after as a speaker and trainer for Multiple Sclerosis Care Center and pharmaceutical companies. With a desire to return to the clinical setting and focus on educational program development and teaching, Prof. Lee began her academic career in nursing. She has taught courses in the following areas of education: Clinical Instruction, Medical-Surgical, Community Health with a focus on underserved communities, nursing leadership and management, nursing research, and introductory courses to professional nursing. Prof. Lee has been a full-time Clinical Assistant Professor at Sacred Heart University since 2010.
Professor Lee is currently a Ph.D. student at The Catholic University of America. Her dissertation focus is on the identification of risk factors for homelessness in the female veteran population.

Positions

2010 Present Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing, Sacred Heart University College of Nursing
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Courses

  • NU 305 Transition to Professional Practice
  • NU 315 The Human Journey of Nursing
  • NU 335 Information and Technology for Nursing Practice

Education

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2015 Present Ph.D., The Catholic University of America
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19921994 MSN Nursing, New York University ‐ Hunter Bellevue School of Nursing
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19881991 BSN Nursing, Binghamton University--SUNY
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Contact Information

Nursing
Healthcare Education N325
203-365-4476

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