Faculty members at Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies pursue research and scholarly inquiry within the school's four academic departments. A breakdown of activity by department follows.
Department of Health Systems Administration
Faculty focus on veterans health, health economics, health informatics, health literacy, public health and law, emergency preparedness, health care finance, population health, long-term care financing, health policy, and health care quality. To see a full list of departmental faculty, click here.
Department of Human Science
Faculty focus on cell biology, environmental and occupational health, genetics, health promotion, physiology, microbiology, cancer, behavioral and social science, and virology. To see a full list of departmental faculty, click here.
Department of International Health
Faculty focus on HIV/AIDS, maternal and child health, neglected tropical diseases, global health, health and history, nutrition, international law and public health, and health economics. To see a full list of departmental faculty, click here.
Nursing: Departments of Advanced Nursing Practice and Professional Nursing Practice
Faculty focus on environmental health, public health, the mental health of immigrant communities, clinical ethics, clinical outcomes, nursing care, maternal and child health, acupuncture and stress, and health care quality. To see a full list of departmental faculty, click here.