Mary Beth Sosa

Mary Beth Sosa

Assistant Professor

College of Nursing & Health Sciences / Adult

Curriculum Vitae

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Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

Introduction to concepts related to common physiologic alterations and influences of genetics and genomics on disease development. Building upon science and math courses while integrating and threading concepts introduced in introductory nursing courses, this course illustrates resulting human adaptation processes to expand student critical thinking and judgment for patient care. Pharmacologic concepts and applications to associated alterations are integrated as applicable to physiologic processes throughout the course.

Introduction to concepts related to common physiologic alterations and influences of genetics and genomics on disease development. Building upon science and math courses while integrating and threading concepts introduced in introductory nursing courses, this course illustrates resulting human adaptation processes to expand student critical thinking and judgment for patient care. Pharmacologic concepts and applications to associated alterations are integrated as applicable to physiologic processes throughout the course.

Introduction to concepts related to common physiologic alterations and influences of genetics and genomics on disease development. Building upon science and math courses while integrating and threading concepts introduced in introductory nursing courses, this course illustrates resulting human adaptation processes to expand student critical thinking and judgment for patient care. Pharmacologic concepts and applications to associated alterations are integrated as applicable to physiologic processes throughout the course.

Provides students with repeated opportunities to critically analyze and apply knowledge and skills learned previously in the program to the care of persons, families, and communities under the supervision of a nurse-preceptor. The students' role consists of promoting health, guiding persons and families through the health care experience, and shaping the health environment to maximize health in a practice setting of the student's choice. The practice setting may be maternal-child health, community health, psychiatric-mental health, sub-acute, long term care, or home care. In the acute care areas, medical, surgical, intensive or other critical areas may be selected. The concentrated clinical practicum supports the socialization and professional development of students while maximizing clinical competence. Students identify personal learning needs and objectives prior to the experience.

Administrative guidance, support, and orientation associated with senior mentorship.

Teaching

Online and Continuing Education Courses

Integrated knowledge from physical assessment, pathophysiology, and pharmacology as a basis for nursing care of those from diverse populations experiencing chronic illness.
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Research

Research Interests

  • Cardiovascular Health
  • Health Promotion/Physical Activity
  • Public Health/Disparities/Access
  • Women's Health
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