Associate Professor and Deputy Chair, Department of Nursing (College of Staten Island)
Degrees/Diplomas: PhD: New York University, Research & Theory Development in Nursing
Campus Affiliation: College of Staten Island|CUNY Graduate Center
Research Interests: Oncology nursing, psychiatric mental health nursing
Nursing Theory, Cancer Survivorship, Quality of Life and related concepts; Standardized Nursing Languages, Nursing Education, and Organizational Leadership, Clinical Areas include Oncology Nursing and Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing
Primary Teaching Areas:
Farren, A. T. (2010). Power in breast cancer survivors: A secondary analysis. Visions: The Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science,17, 29-43.
Flanagan, J., Smith, M., Farren, A., Reis, P., & Wright, B. (2010). Appreciative inquiry for strategic planning. Visions: The Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science, 17, 19-28.
Farren, A. T. (2010) Power, uncertainty, self-transcendence, and quality of life in breast cancer survivors. Nursing Science Quarterly, 23, 63-71.
Farren, A. T. (2010) An educational strategy for teaching standardized nursing languages. International Journal of Nursing Terminologies and Classification, 21, 3-13.
Farren, A. T. (2009). An oncology case study demonstrating the use of Rogers' Science of Unitary Human Beings and Standardized Nursing Languages. International Journal of Nursing Terminologies and Classifications, 20(1), 34-39.
Works in Progress:
(Book Author & Editor) Oncology Nursing: Case Studies and Analysis, Aims, IA: Wiley
PhD: New York University, Research & Theory Development in Nursing
MA: New York University, Advanced Nursing Science, Minors in Education & Administration
BS: State University of New York, Nursing
AAS: Long Island College Hospital School of Nursing, Nursing