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Faculty Bio
Christine Vourakis
PhD, RN
Dr. Christine Vourakis retired as Professor Emeritus from Samuel Merritt University after 23 years in 2006. She is currently a Professor at California State University, Sacramento. She has been involved in the mental health and addictions field for over 30 years as a clinician, teacher, and researcher. She is a certified addictions registered nurse (CARN). Her research interests include pain and addiction, outcomes of adolescent substance abuse treatment, and health policy. She is the Editor of the Journal of Addictions Nursing, a peer reviewed Lippincott publication. The Journal is indexed in CINAHL and MEDLINE.

Dr. Vourakis has a special interest in theory and has been active in model and theory development. Her hobbies and leisure activities include gardening, hiking, kayaking and writing.
Teaching Interest
Addictions - Adolescent; Acute and Chronic Pain; Women in Recovery; Prevention and Early Intervention
Courses Taught
N600Theoretical Foundations - Online
N600Theoretical Foundations – Weekend Intensive
N534 Mental Health Nursing
N130 Mental Health Nursing
N564 History and Theories of Nursing
N108 Nursing Research
N125 Health Assessment 1 and 2 – Accelerated BSN Program
N172 Addictions Nursing
N105 Health Politics and Professionalism
Peer Reviewed Publications
Vourakis, C. (2013). Inter-professional Collaboration in Addressing Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse in Health Care Settings (Editorial), Journal of Addictions Nursing, 24(4).

Vourakis, C. (2012). The Journal of Addictions Nursing Enters a New Phase. (Editorial), Journal of Addictions Nursing, 23(4).
Professional and Community Service and Professional Memberships
International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) 2004-Present
International Society of Addiction Journal Editors (ISAJE) 2005-Present
International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA)1980-Present
The Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol 1987-Present
Sigma Theta Tau 1976-Present

Contact Info

Name
Christine Vourakis
PhD, RN
Title
Adjunct Professor
Department
MSN Nurse Anesthesia
Email

Faculty Profile

Christine Vourakis
Christine
Vourakis
PhD, RN
Adjunct Professor
MSN Nurse Anesthesia
CVourakis@samuelmerritt.edu
510-869-6511
Dr. Christine Vourakis retired as Professor Emeritus from Samuel Merritt University after 23 years in 2006. She is currently a Professor at California State University, Sacramento. She has been involved in the mental health and addictions field for over 30 years as a clinician, teacher, and researcher. She is a certified addictions registered nurse (CARN). Her research interests include pain and addiction, outcomes of adolescent substance abuse treatment, and health policy. She is the Editor of the Journal of Addictions Nursing, a peer reviewed Lippincott publication. The Journal is indexed in CINAHL and MEDLINE.

Dr. Vourakis has a special interest in theory and has been active in model and theory development. Her hobbies and leisure activities include gardening, hiking, kayaking and writing.
Addictions - Adolescent; Acute and Chronic Pain; Women in Recovery; Prevention and Early Intervention
N600Theoretical Foundations - Online
N600Theoretical Foundations – Weekend Intensive
N534 Mental Health Nursing
N130 Mental Health Nursing
N564 History and Theories of Nursing
N108 Nursing Research
N125 Health Assessment 1 and 2 – Accelerated BSN Program
N172 Addictions Nursing
N105 Health Politics and Professionalism
Vourakis, C. (2013). Inter-professional Collaboration in Addressing Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse in Health Care Settings (Editorial), Journal of Addictions Nursing, 24(4).

Vourakis, C. (2012). The Journal of Addictions Nursing Enters a New Phase. (Editorial), Journal of Addictions Nursing, 23(4).
International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) 2004-Present
International Society of Addiction Journal Editors (ISAJE) 2005-Present
International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA)1980-Present
The Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol 1987-Present
Sigma Theta Tau 1976-Present

History

Member for
7 years 11 months