About Glenda B. Kelman

Glenda Kelman is Chair of the Department of Nursing and a professor of Nursing.

Recent Courses Taught

NSG 599: Interprofessional Issues
NSG 599: Philosophy of Science
NSG 619: Diagnostic Health Assessment
NSG 626: Care Acutely Ill Client
NSG 627: Transforming Date into Quality Care
NSG 628/Nsg 638/Nsg 653: Advanced Practice in Adult-Geriatric Nursing
NSG 642: ACNP Role Course
NSG 643: ACNP Practicum I
NSG 644: ACNP Practicum II
NSG 701: Advanced Nursing Knowledge Development
NSG 902 & NSG 903: Dissertation Advisement

Research Interests

Quality and Patient Safety
Pressure Ulcer Prevention
Chronic Illness/Quality of Life
Interprofessional Education

Distinctions & Awards

2009: Selected as Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award, Russell Sage College, Troy, New York
Fellow, Georgetown University, Washington D. C. Funded by the American Legacy Foundation for two year Clinician Assisted Tobacco Cessation Grant Project

Selected Publications

Ward, K., Jadlos, M., Kelman, G., McLaughlin, M., Houston, K. & Harder Mattson, E., (2014). Quality Improvement and Evidence-Based Patient Care (pp. 341-367). In P. Kelly’s & J. Tazbir’s Essentials of Nursing Leadership & Management (3rd Edition).  Clifton Park, NY: Delmar, Cengage Learning.

Austin, S., Brennan-Jordan, N., Frenn, D., Kelman, G., Sheehan, A., Scotti, D. (2013). Defy Diabetes ! A Unique Partnership with Faith Community/Parish Nurses to Impact Diabetes.  Journal of Christian Nursing,30(4)

Educational Background

Ph.D., New York University, New York, New York
Nursing, Nursing Theory & Research
Post-Master’s Certificate, College of New Rochelle, White Plains, New York
Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
M.S., Russell Sage College, Troy, New York
B.S., Russell Sage College, Troy, New York