PhD, MSN, RN, CNE
Vice Dean, Strategic Operations and Academic Services; Clinical Professor
Mary Gallagher Gordon, PhD, is a board certified nursing educator from the National League of Nursing (NLN) and has taught at all levels within the nursing division. She has also completed a biomedical informatics fellowship from the National Library of Medicine and Marine Biological Laboratory and attended the Harvard University-MIT, Institute for Medical Simulation and Comprehensive Workshop in Medical Simulation in the fall of 2010. Gallagher Gordon, a strong student advocate, has also been active for many years on the University student affairs committees.
Gallagher Gordon has published in the areas of nursing informatics, simulation in nursing, and NCLEX review. Gallagher Gordon is co-editor of PDA Connections: Mobile Technology for Health Care Professionals (2007: LLW), an informatics textbook, written to educate healthcare professionals in using mobile technology at the bedside.
A member of the American Nurses Association, and the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association (PSNA), Gallagher Gordon is a reviewer for continuing education for the PSNA.
Research interests include patient safety, medication administration with an emphasis on process, interruptions and errors.