University of Washington Bothell
18115 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011
Promoting Women's Health
Health Care Policy And Politics.
BNURS 430 - A&B Interpersonal Relationships in Nursing
BNURS 409 - Nursing Strategies for Community as Client
BNURS 504 - Disparity and Social Justice in Health Care
One Sky Medicine Strategic Planning Committee
Member, Neighborhood House Service Providers' Brown Bag Roundtable
Honors and Awards:
Women's Health Research and Training Grant Fellowship, December 2001
Seattle University Summer Faculty Fellowship, awarded November 1997 for study of midlife issues among minority women.
University of Massachusetts Graduate School Fellowship 1996-97
Nurses Education Fund Scholarship, 1996-97
Warren G. Bishop Scholarship, OHSU, 1990.
1997 University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
1990 MSN, Community Health Care Systems, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR
1980 ADN, Lane Community College, Eugene, OR
1973 BS, Health Education, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. Minor: Special Education
Post Doctoral Fellowship University of Washington
Assistant Professor of Nursing Seattle University
Assistant Professor of Nursing University of New Hampshire at Keene State College, Keene, NH
Nurse Manager, Birthing Center at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Brattleboro, VT
Manager, Professional Education/Staff Development, Virginia Mason, Seattle, WA
Nurse Clinician, Maternal/Child Nursing, Rogue Valley Medical Center, Medford, OR
Cardiac Clinical Education Coordinator, Rogue Valley Medical Center, Medford, OR
Selected Recent Publications and Presentations:
Puzan, E. (2003). The unbearable whiteness of being (In nursing). Nursing Inquiry. 10(2).
McGrath, B & Puzan, E. (2003). Gender disparities in health: Attending to the particulars. Nursing clinics of North America 37: 37-51.
Puzan, E. Factors promoting retention in longitudinal research (in progress)
Puzan, E. (1997). Re-writing Midlife: Stories of Women's Health. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
12th Annual Feminist and Critical Theory Conference, Portland, ME. November 2002: Reproducing unbearable whiteness in Nursing.
Axer Conference, Seattle University, February 2001: Deconstructing health data.
11th Annual Feminist and Critical Theory Conference, San Diego, CA. October 2000. Where are the Nurses?
Qualitative Health Research Conference, Banff, Alberta, April 2000: Uncovering Women's Stories of Health at Midlife.
Feminist Reflections Conference, Seattle, WA. February 2000: Transcending Silence: Publicizing the Private Voice of Nursing.
Qualitative Health Research Conference, Vancouver, B.C., February 1998: Narrative Inquiry in Women's Health Research.
Critical and Feminist Theory International Conference, Vancouver, B.C., June 1997: Stories of Women at Midlife.
Sigma Theta Tau Research Conference, Holyoke, MA, March 1997: Stories as Method in Women's Health Research.
Critical and Feminist Theory International Conference, Pittsburgh, PA. October 1996: Critical Focus on Community Nursing/Writing as Political Engagement.
Oct. 2003, Arlie, Virginia--Nurses and Narratives; June 2004: Lewis & Clark College, Portland OR--Writing Culture.