School of Nursing and Health Studies

Elizabeth Madison, Senior Lecturer

Beth Madison, PhD
Senior Lecturer

My name is Beth Madison. I am dedicated to finding and promoting ways for nurses to use their skills to support better health, for individuals, families, and communities. I worked as a nurse for many years before I decided to return to school for my graduate degree. I have attended women in labor, birth, and post partum, worked as a women’s advocate in my community, done outreach among homeless youth, and served on many committees charged with improving community relationships to promote health services.


Scholarship

My scholarship is the scholarship of teaching. I am most interested in creating learning environments in which all people feel included, where we are able to explore ideas and strategies for recreating a society in which social justice is a motivator, and where we examine issues that are relevant in our daily lives.

Education

University of Washington
Seattle, WA
  • PhD – Nursing
University of Washington
Bothell, WA
  • BSN – Nursing
Fairhaven College, Western Washington University
Bellingham, WA
  • BA – Interdisciplinary
  • Concentration: Health in Community
Skagit Valley College
Mt. Vernon, WA
  • AA, ATA – RN

 

Contact

Location:
UW1-246

Phone:
425.352.23542

Email: 
EMadison@uwb.edu



Courses Taught

  • Walking in Beauty. Native Arts and Healing
     
  • Human Nutrition Ecology
     
  • Health and Migration
     
  • Issues in American Indian Health
     
  • Food and Culture
     
  • Relational Leadership in Nursing
     
  • Reflective Practice
     
  • Social and Cultural Issues in Health Care