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Steven L. Baumann
Position: Professor
Campus Affiliation: Hunter College
Phone: 212-481-4457
Room Number: Brookdale Campus, W514
Degrees/Diplomas: PhD, GNP, PMHNP, RN
Research Interests: Theory, Global Issues, Aging, Mental Health
Primary Teaching Areas:  

Theory, Qualitative Methods, Ethics
Selected Publications:   
  • Baumann, S. (2013).  Feeling bored: A Parse Research Method Study.  Nursing Science Quarterly. 26,  42 - 52.
  • Baumann, S. (2012).  Making a meaningful contribution in nursing theory, Nursing Science Quarterly.25,  155-159.
  • Baumann, S (2012).  Motivational interviewing for emergency nurses, Journal of Emergency Nursing. 38, 254-257.
  • Baumann, S. & Smith, D.  (2012).   Coming home revisited: Family life and military deployment.  Nursing Science Quarterly. 25,267-271.
  • Kim, H. K, Lee, O. J., & Baumann, S.  (2011). Nursing Practice with Families without a Country.  Nursing Science Quarterly. 24, 273-278.
  • Baumann, S.  & Belleflour, C.  (2011). Aging in Haiti: Toward an international nursing response.  Nursing Science Quarterly, 24,   163-167.
  • Baumann, S.  (2010). The Limitations of Evidenced-Based Practice, Nursing Science Quarterly. 23, 226-230.
Works in Progress:
  • Suffering in Later Life
  • Suffering in Persons with Leprosy in Korea
  • Difficulty Telling the Truth


  • M.S., Gerontological Nurse Practictioner, Hunter College, 1998

  • PhD, Nursing, Adelphi University, 1990

  • MSN, Psychiatric-Mental Health, The Catholic University, 1982

  • BSN, Nursing, Molloy College, 1978