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Faculty Bio
Kate Shade
PhD, RN
Education: BSN from San Francisco State University,
MSN from Sac State,
PhD from University of California at San Francisco.
Clinical background: Staff and Charge Nurse, Sutter Center for Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Services;
Public Health Nurse, Case Manager, Program Coordinator, Yolo County Health Department, Teen Parent Programs;
School Nurse and Health Teacher, Continuation High School, Woodland Joint Unified School District.
Teaching experience: Lecturer, Mental Health Nursing, Community Health Nursing, Human Sexuality, Sac State;
Clinical faculty, San Francisco State and CSU East Bay.
Teaching Interest
Adolescent father identify development,
Mental health disorders among youth with juvenile justice system involvement,
Qualitative research methods, and
Effective programs to reduce recidivism for youth remanded to secure detention facilities
Courses Taught
Community Health Nursing,
Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Clinical,
Introduction to Professional Nursing,
Research, and
Synthesis.
Peer Reviewed Publications
Publications:
Raingruber, B., Hill, J., Rutan, P., Shade, K., Wall, D., Roseberry-McKibbin, C….Afshar, N. (2007). Sharing knowledge: A comparison of high and low tech approaches to developing nursing expertise. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 6(10), 15-24.

Shade, K., Kools, S., Weiss, S.J. & Pinderhughes, H. (2011) A conceptual model of incarcerated adolescent fatherhood: Adolescent identity development and the concept of intersectionality. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, 24, 98-104. doi: 10.1111/j.1744-6171.2011.00274.x

Shade, K., Kools, S., Pinderhughes, H. & Weiss, S.J. (2012) Choosing fatherhood: How teens in the justice system embrace or reject a father identity. Journal of Community Health Nursing,29, 1-15. doi: 10.1080/07370016.2012.670573

Shade, K., Kools, S., Pinderhughes, H. & Weiss, S.J. (In press.) Adolescent fathers in the justice system: Hoping for a boy and making him a man. Qualitative Health Research.
Grants & Fellowships
Sigma Theta Tau, Zeta Eta, Research Grant;
Research award from International Society of Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurses.
Professional and Community Service and Professional Memberships
Membership: American Psychiatric Nursing Association,
Western Society of Criminology,
Association of Community Health Nurse Educators, and
International Association of Forensic Nurses.

Contact Info

Name
Kate Shade
PhD, RN
Title
Assistant Professor
Department
Bachelor of Science Nursing
Email

Faculty Profile

Kate Shade
Kate
Shade
PhD, RN
Assistant Professor
Bachelor of Science Nursing
kshade@samuelmerritt.edu
510-869-6511
Education: BSN from San Francisco State University,
MSN from Sac State,
PhD from University of California at San Francisco.
Clinical background: Staff and Charge Nurse, Sutter Center for Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Services;
Public Health Nurse, Case Manager, Program Coordinator, Yolo County Health Department, Teen Parent Programs;
School Nurse and Health Teacher, Continuation High School, Woodland Joint Unified School District.
Teaching experience: Lecturer, Mental Health Nursing, Community Health Nursing, Human Sexuality, Sac State;
Clinical faculty, San Francisco State and CSU East Bay.
Adolescent father identify development,
Mental health disorders among youth with juvenile justice system involvement,
Qualitative research methods, and
Effective programs to reduce recidivism for youth remanded to secure detention facilities
Community Health Nursing,
Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Clinical,
Introduction to Professional Nursing,
Research, and
Synthesis.
Publications:
Raingruber, B., Hill, J., Rutan, P., Shade, K., Wall, D., Roseberry-McKibbin, C….Afshar, N. (2007). Sharing knowledge: A comparison of high and low tech approaches to developing nursing expertise. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 6(10), 15-24.

Shade, K., Kools, S., Weiss, S.J. & Pinderhughes, H. (2011) A conceptual model of incarcerated adolescent fatherhood: Adolescent identity development and the concept of intersectionality. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, 24, 98-104. doi: 10.1111/j.1744-6171.2011.00274.x

Shade, K., Kools, S., Pinderhughes, H. & Weiss, S.J. (2012) Choosing fatherhood: How teens in the justice system embrace or reject a father identity. Journal of Community Health Nursing,29, 1-15. doi: 10.1080/07370016.2012.670573

Shade, K., Kools, S., Pinderhughes, H. & Weiss, S.J. (In press.) Adolescent fathers in the justice system: Hoping for a boy and making him a man. Qualitative Health Research.
Sigma Theta Tau, Zeta Eta, Research Grant;
Research award from International Society of Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurses.
Membership: American Psychiatric Nursing Association,
Western Society of Criminology,
Association of Community Health Nurse Educators, and
International Association of Forensic Nurses.

History

Member for
5 years 11 months