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Nursing and Health Studies Program

Elizabeth Madison

Elizabeth Madison
Lecturer

University of Washington Bothell
18115 Campus Way NE
Box 358532
Bothell, WA 98011-8246

Email: emadison@uwb.edu
Phone: 425.352.5290
Fax: 425.352.3237
Office: UW1-145

Academic Interests:

I am interested in how health and health care are influenced by cultural, ethnic, gender and class variations, and how we learn from these variations.  I am interested in how power influences knowledge, how individuals and organizations change and in creating learning experiences that encourage and support many ways of knowing. I am committed to participating in and promoting as fully as possible collaborative learning environments.  

Teaching Activities:

  • BNURS 408     Nursing Care with Families in the Community
  • BNURS 409     Nursing Strategies for Community as Client
  • BHLTH 497B   Current Issues in Indian Health BNURS
  • BNURS 430     Interpersonal Relationships in Nursing
  • BNURS 495     Portfolio

Professional Activities:

  • Sigma Theta Tau
  • National League For Nursing
  • Four Tribes Healthy Heart Project Advisory Committee.

Honors and Awards:

Health Professional of the Year WA State Superintendant of Public Instruction Migrant Health Program 2000.

Education:

  • PhD  Nursing, University of Washington Seattle
  • BSN, University of Washington, Bothell,
  • BA, Interdisciplinary Concentration in Community Health Fairhaven College,
  • Western Washington University, Bellingham WA.

Clinical Background:

  • Community Health Nursing
  • Homeless Outreach
  • Community Outreach
  • Tribal Health
  • Migrant Health
  • Hospice
  • Maternal
  • Child Health and Intrapartum Nursing Care
  • Post-partum Home Care.

Did You Know?

UW Bothell ranks second in the state of Washington in terms of bachelor of science graduates in computer science.