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Arlene Farren
Position: Associate Professor and Deputy Chair, Department of Nursing (College of Staten Island)
Campus Affiliation: College of Staten Island|CUNY Graduate Center
Phone: 718-982-3816
Degrees/Diplomas: PhD: New York University, Research & Theory Development in Nursing
Research Interests: Quality of Life, Breast Cancer Survivors, Standardized Nursing Languages, Nursing Education, Theory, and Measurement
Primary Teaching Areas
Theory, Research, Interpersonal Dynamics, Bioethics, Nursing Measurement

Selected Publications

      Farren, A. T. (2013). Case studies, electronic health records, and teaching standardized nursing languages:What the evidence suggests. In F. Sheerin, W. Sermeus, A. Ehrenberg (Eds.), E-Health and Nursing: Innovating for the future, Book of Proceedings 9th  European Conference of ACENDIO. (pp. 237-247). Dublin, Ireland: ACENDIO       

Farren, A T. (2013). Ineffective coping. In B. J. Ackley & G. B. Ladwig (Eds.), Nursing
Diagnosis Handbook: A guide to planning care 10th ed. St. Louis, Missouri: Mosby/Elsevier, 261-267.
 
Farren, A T. (2013). Readiness for enhanced coping. In B. J. Ackley & G. B. Ladwig (Eds.),
 Nursing Diagnosis Handbook: A guide to planning care 10th ed. St. Louis, Missouri:
Mosby/Elsevier, 268-271.
                                 

Grants

PSC-CUNY 2012-2013, Sigma Theta Tau International, Upsilon Chapter 2012-2013

Works in Progress

    Farren, A. T. (accepted) Ethnonursing research methodology and studies of cancer survivors: A review. Journal of Transcultural Nursing - anticipated 2014 publication date.

Education:

  • 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