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Congratulations 2014 Alpha Sigma Nu InducteesPlease join us in congratulating this year’s Alpha Sigma Nu inductees from nursing, Jacob Armstrong, Sonya Wyrobek, and Kennedy Chelberg.
Kelsie Deisinger receives Student Leader of the Year Award from EnactusCongratulations to SU nursing student, Kelsie Deisinger (BSN ’15), who received the Student Leader of the Year Award and was one of 2 finalists for the Ambassador of Enactus award. She will receive two scholarships as a result of her accomplishments in Seattle Enactus.
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Maria Pettinato, RN, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the College of Nursing at Seattle University, Seattle, Washington. She is an experienced faculty member teaching Patho-physiology, Neurobiology, and Med/Surg nursing in both undergraduate and graduate programs on the east and west coast of the United States for the past 23 years. Her research interests focus on sexual minority health issues and medicinal cannabis. Her scholarly work focuses on substance use, mental health issues, and sexual minority health issues.
Pettinato, M (2012). Providing care for GLBTQ patients, Nursing2012, 42, 22-28.
Pettinato, M. (2008). Nobody was out back then: A grounded theory study of midlife and older lesbians with alcohol problems, Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 29, pp. 619-638.
Swanson, K.M., Connor, S., Jolley S.N., Pettinato, M., Wang, T. J. (2007). Contexts and evolution of women’s responses to miscarriage during the first year after loss, Research in Nursing & Health, 30, 2-16.
Pettinato, M. (2005). Predicting, understanding and changing: Three research paradigms regarding alcohol use among lesbians, Journal of Lesbian Studies, 9(3), 91-101.
Refereed BooksPettinato, M. (2005). Predicting, understanding and changing: Three research paradigms regarding alcohol use among lesbians. In E. E. Ettore (Ed.), Making lesbians visible in the substance use field (pp. 91-101). Binghamton: Harrington Park Press.
Additional Scholarly Publications
Pettinato, M. (2006). An attempt toward connection and positive change, Neurotransmitter, 4-16.
Currently- Consultant, research project at the University of Washington: Medical Marijuana and Chronic Pain, funded by the WA State Attorney General.
Research podium presentation: Nobody was out back then: Abuse of alcohol by midlife and older lesbians, on April 13, 2007 at the Intersections of Race and Gender: (Re) Imagining the Family Interdisciplinary Conference, Seattle, WA.
Research podium presentation: Nobody was out back then: Abuse of alcohol by midlife and older lesbians, on February 23, 2007 at the Southern Nursing Research Society annual conference, Galveston, Texas.
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