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C. June Strickland Ph.D., RN

Professor Emerita
Oregon Health Sciences Summer Institute
FDA Risk Communications Advisory Committee, CEDI Health Sciences Diversity Committee
Spirit of Eagles Community Networks grant and NCI American Indian/Alaska Native Network Committee

My research is based in transcultural nursing and my research has primarily been with AI/AN in the PNW; I have over 20 years of teaching and research with the UW School of Nursing in Community Health. I am a member of the Transcultural Nursing Society, Sigma Theta Tau, and an Associate Editor for the Journal of Transcultural Nursing. I teach both undergraduate and graduate courses and supported the CHN Program of Study transition to the DNP as the Track Lead. I am linked to both local and national AI/AN populations through the Spirit of Eagles and provide grant workshops for AI/AN nationally through AAIP.

Training lectures

I have developed a series of tribal training lectures as part of the Building a Sustainable Indian Tribal Infrastructure for Translational Research project. Access the training lecture modules:

I have also developed a faculty training lecture, Building a Sustainable Indian Tribal Infrastructure for Translational Research.

 

Education

  • BSN, University of Alabama
  • MS, University of Washington
  • PhD, University of Washington

What do you love about the UW School of Nursing?

National leadership, creativity, and faculty collaborations, as well as outstanding students and teaching/support of research.

Department

Psychosocial and Community Health

Research Areas

  • Innovative Interventions
  • Symptom Science
  • Health Equity
  • Lifespan Health

Research Centers