Susan Drummond, Ph.D.
Associate Dean Associate Professor of Nursing
Office Phone: (951) 343-4752 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Location: Office Hours:
|Ph.D.||Nursing||Azusa Pacific University||2011|
|MSN||CNS Gerontology||California State University at Dominguez Hills||1993|
|B.S.||Nursing||California State University at Dominguez Hills||1988|
Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests
* Qualitative Research using Parse Methodology
* Student Retention & Remediation
* Curriculum Development
* Grant Writing/Acquisition
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY AT FULLERTON:
* Faculty lecturer in Gerontology and Nursing Leadership, 1998-2006.
RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE:
* Adjunct Professor, 1991-1998
* Full-time Associate Professor, 1998-2006
Research, Presentations, & Publications
1993: "The Effect of Humor on Morale in a Skilled Nursing Facility." Master's Thesis.
2002: PowerPoint presentation to accompany nutrition text F.A. Davis, 2002.
2007, June: Participated in the Parse Institute of Humanbecoming in Pittsburgh with Dr. Rosemarie Rizzo Parse.
2008, April. PRESENTER: “Pharmacology and the Elder: Beware and Be Aware!” Third Annual Inland Empire Caregiver Symposium. Sponsored by Dennis M. Sandoval, at California Baptist University. Research conducted 2008-2009.
2008, November. PRESENTER: "Partnering with your doctor." Alzheimer’s Association Educational event. Sponsored by Dennis M. Sandoval at Calvary Presbyterian Church Riverside, California.
2008, November 14-16: PRESENTER: The Lived experience of “Struggling through a difficult time:” Rwandan women who survived the genocide: a study using Parse Methodology Emerging Paradoxes. The International Consortium of Parse Scholars 13th Biennial International Conference on Humanbecoming. Pillar & Post Inn & Spa, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada.
2008, June: Participated in the Parse Institute of Humanbecoming in Pittsburgh with Dr. Rosemarie Rizzo Parse
2008, August: Participated in global leadership by leading an International Service Project (ISP) team of nursing students to Rwanda to serve in the rural village of Mukoma after intensive training. RESEARCH: Qualitative study using Parse methodology: The universally lived experience of struggling through a difficult time with Rwandan women surviving the genocide.
2009, April. PRESENTER: “Struggling through a difficult time in women surviving the genocide.” Azusa Pacific University Research Conference.
2009, April. SELECTED & PARTICIPATED in Geriatric Nursing Education Consortium (GNEC).
2009, June: Participated in the Parse Institute of Humanbecoming in Pittsburgh with Dr. Rosemarie Rizzo Parse
2009: August. Faculty presentation on assessment & Overview of work in Rwanda. Faculty Devleopment Workshop California Baptist University.
2009: PUBLICATION: Oaks, G. & Drummond, S. (2009). Envisioning Human Dignity to enhance practice while journeying with Rwandan women: Student Nurses teaching-learning Parse’s theory of Humanbecoming. Nursing Science Quarterly, 22, 229.
2009, August: Participated in global leadership by leading an International Service Project (ISP) team of nursing students to Rwanda to serve in the rural village of Mukoma after intensive training.
2010: RESEARCH: Qualitative study using Parse methodology: The universally lived experience of feeling overwhelmed in mothers of diabetic children. In data collection. Azusa Pacific University.
2010, June: Participated in the Parse Institute of Humanbecoming in Pittsburgh with Dr. Rosemarie Rizzo Parse
2010, November 5-6: PRESENTER: Envisioning leading-following with aspiring nursing students. The International Consortium of Parse Scholars 14th Biennial International Conference on Humanbecoming. Pillar & Post Inn & Spa, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada.
Church Membership & Activities
HARVEST CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP:
* Bible Study
* Women's Outreach
Community Service & Involvement
* Community outreach involvement through Bible study group and church
* International Service Project, Rwanda, Africa, 8/08 and 5/09
Interests & Hobbies
* Married with five children
I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.
- Phillipians 4:13, NASB
He has told you, O man, what is good;
And what does the LORD require of you
But to do justice, to love kindness,
And to walk humbly with your God?
- Micah 6:8, NASB
Teaching gives meaning to my existence by allowing me to influence the next generation of nurses as I impart my values that I hold as cherished hoping the roots of these values will stay strong in the winds of changes to come in healthcare. These cherished beliefs I desire to impart to the next generation of nurses surround the nurse-person relationship and how a registered nurse should treat their patient. As the nurse provides care, the nurse honors and respects the person who is endowed with dignity and worth; made in the image of God. With a non-judgmental, loving approach the nurse offers service to the patient as they allow them to lead as experts of their own health. I can influence people eternally by exhibiting attributes consistent with my Christian values that may impact the decision of others to have faith in Christ. By treating my students in a Christ-like manner, I honor and respect them as image bearers of God as we co-journey in the teaching-learning process.