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Faculty Bio
Pamela Eiselman
RN, MSN
Teaching nursing gives me a strong sense of purpose and satisfaction in life. At Samuel Merritt University's Health Sciences Simulation Center, I am proud to be part of a simulation team striving to help students improve their clinical performance in a simulated hospital learning environment. Also, as an Albert Schweitzer Fellow, I have a lifetime commitment to help the underserved in our Oakland community gain access to cancer prevention and screening services. I have both volunteered and worked at Markstein Cancer Education and Prevention Services of Alta Bates Summit Medical Center since 1995.
I am a fourth generation Bay Area native; my husband Daniel and I enjoy nature walks and listening to all types of music together!
Teaching Interest
I am interested in measuring students' clinical performance and their satisfaction with learning through the use of two learner-centered teaching strategies: high-fidelity simulation and standardized patients.
Courses Taught
Managing Care of the Adult l and ll Clinical/
Health Assessment Lab/ Skills Lab/ High-fidelity Simulation Center/Senior Synthesis Seminar
Peer Reviewed Publications
Baccalaureate Nursing Students Perceptions of High Fidelity Simulation as Preparation for Clinical Practice;
Planning Your Community Prostate Screening Program, co-author, Oncology Nursing Society;
Ethnic Health America, with Dr. Michael Lenoir, speaking on The Breast Cancer Early Detection and Prevention Outreach Program at Summit Medical Center, Oakland, CA
Grants & Fellowships
National: U.S. Albert Schweitzer Fellow; American Hospital Association Circle of Distinction Award for Developing Innovative Partnerships in Community/Hospital at Summit Medical Center, Oakland, Ca
Community: Alameda County Public Health Partnership Award, Parish Nurse Team at Summit Medical Center, Oakland, CA
Professional and Community Service and Professional Memberships
U.S. Albert Schweitzer Fellow;
American Cancer Society Alameda County/East Bay Metro Leadership Council;
American Red Cross Disaster Relief Team;
Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society;
Oncology Nursing Society, former National Coordinator for the Early Detection and Prevention of Cancer Special Interest Group

Contact Info

Name
Pamela Eiselman
RN, MSN
Title
Assistant Professor
Department
Bachelor of Science Nursing
Email

Faculty Profile

Pamela Eiselman
Pamela
Eiselman
RN, MSN
Assistant Professor
Bachelor of Science Nursing
PEiselman@samuelmerritt.edu
510-869-6511
Teaching nursing gives me a strong sense of purpose and satisfaction in life. At Samuel Merritt University's Health Sciences Simulation Center, I am proud to be part of a simulation team striving to help students improve their clinical performance in a simulated hospital learning environment. Also, as an Albert Schweitzer Fellow, I have a lifetime commitment to help the underserved in our Oakland community gain access to cancer prevention and screening services. I have both volunteered and worked at Markstein Cancer Education and Prevention Services of Alta Bates Summit Medical Center since 1995.
I am a fourth generation Bay Area native; my husband Daniel and I enjoy nature walks and listening to all types of music together!
I am interested in measuring students' clinical performance and their satisfaction with learning through the use of two learner-centered teaching strategies: high-fidelity simulation and standardized patients.
Managing Care of the Adult l and ll Clinical/
Health Assessment Lab/ Skills Lab/ High-fidelity Simulation Center/Senior Synthesis Seminar
Baccalaureate Nursing Students Perceptions of High Fidelity Simulation as Preparation for Clinical Practice;
Planning Your Community Prostate Screening Program, co-author, Oncology Nursing Society;
Ethnic Health America, with Dr. Michael Lenoir, speaking on The Breast Cancer Early Detection and Prevention Outreach Program at Summit Medical Center, Oakland, CA
National: U.S. Albert Schweitzer Fellow; American Hospital Association Circle of Distinction Award for Developing Innovative Partnerships in Community/Hospital at Summit Medical Center, Oakland, Ca
Community: Alameda County Public Health Partnership Award, Parish Nurse Team at Summit Medical Center, Oakland, CA
U.S. Albert Schweitzer Fellow;
American Cancer Society Alameda County/East Bay Metro Leadership Council;
American Red Cross Disaster Relief Team;
Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society;
Oncology Nursing Society, former National Coordinator for the Early Detection and Prevention of Cancer Special Interest Group

History

Member for
7 years 10 months