Pam McGee, EdD, joined the College of Nursing and Health Professions faculty in 2003. She has a doctorate in education from Wilmington University, a master's of nursing from the Family Nurse Practitioner Program from the University of Pennsylvania, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Thomas Jefferson University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Temple University. The title of her dissertation was The relationship among faculty-to-faculty incivility and job satisfaction and intent to leave in nursing programs in the United States.
McGee has a diverse nursing background and more than thirty years' experience in clinical practice and education. Her clinical experience is in oncology, clinical research, critical care and home care settings. As a nurse practitioner, her clinical practice has been with the uninsured, underinsured and immigrant populations. She is experienced in classroom and online instruction as well as clinical supervision of nursing students at the baccalaureate and master's levels. Her teaching expertise is in fundamentals, health assessment, pharmacology, gerontology, leadership, research and genetics.
Member of the Masters Teachers Guild
National League for Nurses
McGee, P. L. & Goldschmidt, K. (2019). E-cigarettes and vaping: What do pediatric nurses need to know?. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, doi: 10.1016/j.pedn.2019.02.027
Incivility in nursing education
Primary Care of the Family
Wilmington University, New Castle, DE
Doctor in Education in Higher Education Leadership and Innovation, October 2019
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Master of Science in Nursing, GPA 3.98, December 2000
Family Nurse Practitioner Program
Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, cum laude, May 1984
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Bachelor of Arts, Biology, May 1981