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Faculty Bio
Alyssa Erikson
RN, MSN, PhD
Teaching Interest
Pediatric Palliative Care, Bereavement programs in Adult ICUs, Qualitative and quantitative research methods
Courses Taught
N158 Nursing Care of Infants, Children, and Adolescents
N108 Nursing Research
N181 Senior Synthesis
N125 Health Assessment 1 Lab
N126 Health Assessment 2 Theory and Lab
Peer Reviewed Publications

Erikson, A. (2011). Grieving after the death of a patient: The Nurse’s perspective. ChiPPS Pediatric Palliative Care Newsletter, Issue #24. August 2011.

Bodeker, G., Kasper, K., Thompson, J, & Erikson, A. (2011) Have you heard? Health literacy and communication is a vital sign. 10th Annual IHA’s Health Literacy Conference, May 4th – 6th. Poster presentation.

Erikson, A. and Davies, B. (2009). Book review: Supporting the Child and the Family in Pediatric Palliative Care, by Erica Brown, with Brian Warr, Forthcoming, Death Studies.
Grants & Fellowships
SMU Research grant, 2012 – 2013, $2500

Promise of Nursing Faculty Fellowship, National Student Nursing Foundation, 2006, $5,000

Betty Irene Moore Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, Moore Foundation, 2005-2008, $60,000 per year
Professional and Community Service and Professional Memberships
Sigma Theta Tau

Contact Info

Name
Alyssa Erikson
RN, MSN, PhD
Title
Associate Managing Director
Department
ABSN SF Peninsula
Email

Faculty Profile

Alyssa Erikson
Alyssa
Erikson
RN, MSN, PhD
Associate Managing Director
ABSN SF Peninsula
aerikson@samuelmerritt.edu
650-292-5584
Pediatric Palliative Care, Bereavement programs in Adult ICUs, Qualitative and quantitative research methods
N158 Nursing Care of Infants, Children, and Adolescents
N108 Nursing Research
N181 Senior Synthesis
N125 Health Assessment 1 Lab
N126 Health Assessment 2 Theory and Lab

Erikson, A. (2011). Grieving after the death of a patient: The Nurse’s perspective. ChiPPS Pediatric Palliative Care Newsletter, Issue #24. August 2011.

Bodeker, G., Kasper, K., Thompson, J, & Erikson, A. (2011) Have you heard? Health literacy and communication is a vital sign. 10th Annual IHA’s Health Literacy Conference, May 4th – 6th. Poster presentation.

Erikson, A. and Davies, B. (2009). Book review: Supporting the Child and the Family in Pediatric Palliative Care, by Erica Brown, with Brian Warr, Forthcoming, Death Studies.
SMU Research grant, 2012 – 2013, $2500

Promise of Nursing Faculty Fellowship, National Student Nursing Foundation, 2006, $5,000

Betty Irene Moore Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, Moore Foundation, 2005-2008, $60,000 per year
Sigma Theta Tau

History

Member for
5 years 8 months