Noel Chrisman PhD, MPH
My work focuses on research, education, and practice related to anthropological and public health approaches to culture and community. I lecture and consult on community participatory practice for health promotion among multicultural populations in the U.S. and in Asia (Thailand, Japan, and Taiwan). In addition, I work nationally and internationally to develop and teach the knowledge, attitudes, and skills required for appropriate cross cultural care of patients and families (e.g., Transcultural Nursing).
What classes are you teaching or what classes do you traditionally teach?
Partnerships in Community Health; Advanced Practice in Community Health Systems Nursing; Clinically Applied Anthropology; Transcultural Nursing Practice; Program Planning and Health Systems in Multicultural Communities
What do you love about the UW School of Nursing?
Innovative and community oriented research, education, and practice.
DepartmentPsychosocial and Community Health
- Health Equity
- Lifespan Health