Clinical Associate Professor
|Clinical Associate Professor|
|WSU College of Nursing|
PO Box 1495
Spokane, WA 99210-1495
Lori Bailey joined the Washington State University College of Nursing faculty in the fall of 2012. She began her teaching career in 2005. She has taught medical surgical nursing, critical care nursing, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and nursing fundamentals courses in several baccalaureate programs. In addition to her teaching career, Lori has enjoyed an active bedside practice in critical care. Her research interests lie in exploring innovative pedagogies and institutional factors that most impact baccalaureate nursing outcomes..
- PhD, Nursing Education, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO
- MSN, Nursing Education, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL
Resilience, empowerment, educational outcomes, professional socialization
- League of Women Voters, 2011-present
- American Association of Critical-Care Nurse, 2000-present
- Sigma Theta Tau International, 2003-present
- American Nurses Association, 2005-present
- National League for Nurses, 2006-present
- Society of Critical Care Medicine, 2003-2006
HONORS AND AWARDS
- Excellence in Nursing Practice/ Nursing Education, University of South Alabama, 2002
Tiedt, J. & Brown, L. (Submitted). Allostatic load: The relationship between chronic stress and diabetes in Native Americans. Family & Community Health.
Brown, L. (2011). Baccalaureate nursing student civic engagement study. [Dissertation]. Greeley, CO: University of Northern Colorado.