C. June Strickland Ph.D., RN
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.
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:
- Writing the Successful Proposal
- Organizing For Proposal Development
- Writing Goals and Objectives and Linking to the Time Line
- Statement of Need and Literature Review
- Methods Proposal Development Training
- Preparing the Proposal Budget
- Planning and Submitting Grant Proposals for Federal Funding
- Challenges for Tribes in Planning & Submitting Federal Grant Proposals
I have also developed a faculty training lecture, Building a Sustainable Indian Tribal Infrastructure for Translational Research.
- BSN, University of Alabama
- MS, University of Washington
- PhD, University of Washington
What classes do you teach?
Coordinate NCLIN 409 Undergraduate community health; NURS 576 Community Health Assessment; NSG 553 DNP course in Health Care Finance and Economics; NCLIN 533 & 534 ( DNP and MN community health clinical which includes the didactic and on-site supervision
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.
DepartmentPsychosocial and Community Health
- Innovative Interventions
- Symptom Science
- Health Equity
- Lifespan Health