PhD(c) in Public Health- CHEP (in process), Walden University, School of Health Sciences, Department of Public Health (2015)
Certificate in Nursing Education, Drexel University (2012)
M. S. P. H., Walden University, School of Health Sciences (2008)
M.Ed., Nursing, Cambridge College, Cambridge, MA (2003)
R.N. - 3 1/2 year Diploma in Nursing, Charity Hospital School of Nursing of Louisiana at New Orleans (1981)
Community Health Nursing
Evidence-Based Practice In Nursing
Family Community And Global Health
Family Community And Global Health Clinical
Interdisciplinary Communication And Education
You must be the change you wish to see in the world - Ghandi
I see myself as a “Social Change Agent.” My role as an educator, nurse and public health practitioner enables me to empower my students, colleagues, the University and community at large for achieving their goals as a competent practionier in healthcare or as an informed consumer achieving health literacy to live to their optimum level of wellness.
As a nurse educator in an academic setting it is the role of the nursing faculty to establish and develop competent novice nurses through the enhancement of the learning process by expanding their critical thinking and emotional intelligence to their utmost potential. I must also provide a safe setting to enhance learning and dialogue so the nursing student will feel comfortable to ask questions to gain clarification and to expand on the classroom or clinical setting discussions.
My overall goal direct to the nursing student whether in theory or clinical setting is to challenge that student to expand their critical thinking, and logic develop evidenced based practice and grasp the concepts of Community / Public Health Nursing through diagnoses and disease processes leading to Health Promotion & Disease Prevention.
I have developed my professional nursing practice and academic philosophy based of several nursing theorists: (1) Nightingale – Environmental Alteration Theory, (2) Henderson- Needs Theory (3) Leininger - Theory of Cultural Care, Diversity and Universality & (4) Orem – Self-Care Framework. For my practice in Public Health I utilize additional theorists: (1) Pender’s Health Promotion Model; The Health Belief Model; All of these nursing theories can be applied in the classroom as well as the patient care setting.
Public Health - Community Health Education & Promotion; Pediatric Environmental Health; Infectious Disease; Clinical Trials Research; Pediatrics; Adolescent Medicine and LGBTQ Health Disparities
Community and Public Health; Environmental Public Health; Pediatric Palliative Care; Cultural & Linguistic Competencies in Health Professionals; LGBTQ Health Disparities; Service-based Learning Pedaitrics; Simulation
Walden University - Research in Distance Education Fellowship Grant Topic: An Analysis of the Efficacy of a Service Based Learning Component in a Distance Education Environmental Health Course, Reserach Assistant to Drs. Thron & Morrell @ Walden University School of PUBH [2009 - present].
City University of New York, 2009-10 Pedagogical Research Project: The Effects of Simulation on the Education of Nursing Students Co-PIs Burke, P. M. & Spencer, C. Queensborough Community College, School of Nursing
"The Daily Blu Your Health Matters -The Measles Outbreak". http://thedailyblu.com/video/your-health-matters-measles-outbreak. February 2015.
"Ebru TV Fresh Outlooks - The Measles Outbreak". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXPjB3knGaU. February 2015.
"Ebru TV Fresh Outlooks- Valentine’s Day and Healthy Aging". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meSieDFrp2c. February 2015.
Patricia Facquet (2014, October). Unusual Head & Neck Cancers in Transgendered Women. International Court Systems' Womens' Conference,, Cincinnati, OH.
Patricia Facquet (2014, October). STDs/STIs in Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgendered Women. International Court Systems' Womens' Conference,, Cincinnati, OH.
Facquet, P.A.L. (2005, November). U.S. – China Joint Nursing Conference, People to People Ambassador. Beijing China.
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Facquet, P.A.L. (2011). Childhood Lead Poisoning in Immigrant Children of Brooklyn, New York: Making an impact on this silent epidemic using appropriate multicultural education of caregivers. In Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing 41st Biennial Convention. Grapevine, Texas.
Burke, P.M., Spencer, C. & Facquet, P.A.L. (2011). Breakout Session Podium Presentation : The Effects of Simulation on the Education of Introduction to Nursing Students. In SUNY Farmingdale Nursing Research Conference. SUNY Farmingdale, Farmingdale, New York.
Facquet, P.A.L. (2011). "The Real Life of a Nurse Researcher". In Breakout Session Podium Presentation, 59th Annual Nursing Student Association of New York Stata Annual Convention. Tarrytown, New York.
Burke, P.M., Spencer, C. & Facquet, P.A.L. (2010). Pedagogical Research Project: The Effects of Simulation on the Education of Nursing Students. In Queensborough Community College - CETL Grant Award Winners Conference. Bayside, New York.
Facquet, P.A.L. (2010). Podium Presentation: Evaluation of The NYCDOHMH Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program in Immigrant Communities of Brooklyn, New York. In Walden University, Milestone #4 Residency. Nashua , New Hampshire.
Facquet, P.A.L. (2010). Poster Presentation: Evaluation of The NYCDOHMH Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program in Immigrant Communities of Brooklyn, New York. In 6th Annual Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Omega Chapter & Adelphi University School of Nursing Leadership Conference. Garden City, New York.
Facquet, P.A.L. & Whalen, J. (2009). Poster Presentation: The Impact of Immigrant & Uninsured populations on New York State's Health Care System. In 57th Annual National Student Nurse Convention. Nashville, TN.
Facquet, P.A.L. (2008). Evaluation of the coalition dynamic of The Asthma Coalition of Long Island (ACLI) New York. In The Asthma Coalition of Long Island (ACLI) New York. Westbury, New York.
Facquet, P.A.L. (2006). "Anchor Babies and their impact on the American Health Care System". In Walden University Annual Conference on Social Change – Uncommon Vision for the Common Good – Immigration: Citizen begins at home. Baltimore, MD.
Facquet, P.A.L. (2005). "Negotiating the Palliative Care Pathways: When to Implement Palliative Care and How to Negotiate the Clinical Pathway Levels". In U.S. – China Joint Nursing Conference, People to People Ambassador Programs. Beijing, China.
Facquet, P.A.L. (2005). "Plenary Session Presentation: Initiating Pediatric Palliative Care". In U.S. – China Joint Nursing Conference, People to People Ambassador Programs. Beijing, China.
Honors and Accomplishments
~ 2014 - Golden Key, International Honour Society, Walden University
~ 2014 - Adelphi University Excellence in Faculty Service Award Nominee
~ 2011 - Adviser of the Year - Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society - Adelphi University
~ Member - Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society - Adelphi University Fall 2011
~ 2010-2011 Professional Nurse Education of the Year - Cambridge Who's Who
~ Nurse Ambassador, National League for Nursing
~ Virginia Henderson Fellow - Sigma Theta Tau, The Honor Society of Nursing (2009)
~ Who's Who in College Faculty (2009-2010)
~ Who's Who of Executives, Professionals & Entrepreneurs (2009-2010)
~ Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing,Alpha Omega Chapter- 2008: Delegate (2009-2011), Chapter President (2012-2014) Faculty Advisor (2014-2016)
~ Steering Committee Member, Virtual Honor Society / Phi Gamma, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing 2009 Governance Chair (2009-2012)
~ Nursing Delegate - U.S – China - People to People Ambassador Program Pediatric Palliative Care 2nd Joint US / China International Nursing Conference – November 2005
~ DNP Preceptor / Mentor - Case Western University DNP Program in Nursing Education, 2015
~ MSN in Education Preceptor/Mentor - Walden University, College of Health Sciences, School of Nursing, 2011-Present
~External Reviewer - APHA 2015 Policy Statements - Public Health Nursing SIG American Public Health Association
~ External Reviewer - Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins Nursing Journals
~External Program Abstract Reviewer- American Public Health Association Annual Meetings Community Health Education & Promotion
~ Faculty Consultant - Nursing Students Association of New York State (NSANYS)2008 - 2013
~ Faculty Advisor, Adelphi University -Student Nurses Acting for Progress (SNAP)2008-2009
~ Member, National League for Nursing
~ Member - Sigma Theta Tau, International Honor Society of Nursing - Alpha Omega Chapter Faculty Advisor (2014-2016); President (2012-2014);Delegate (2009-2011)
Member Phi Gamma Chapter (Virtual)Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing - Governance Chair (2009-2012)
~ Member, International Council of Nurses
~ Member, American Nurses Association
~ Member, ANA-New York Nurses Association
~ Member, American Public Health Association
~ Member - New York State Public Health Association
~ Member, Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (ACHNE)
~ Member, Asthma Coalition of Long Island, New York
Community and Corporate Leadership
~ Secretary - Adelphi University Faculty Senate (2014-2015)
~ Member - Adelphi University Faculty Senate Executive Committee (2011- present)
~ Member - Clean Air Adelphi Committee
~ Asthma Coalition of Long Island
~ Cambridge College Alumni Association
~ Charity Hospital School of Nursing Association
~ Louisiana State University Alumni Association
~ Walden University Alumni Association
~ Member, Cablevision Community Advisory Panel