Dr. Lori MichelangeloAssistant Professor School of Health and Human Services
Clinical Nursing Experience
Continuous related experience as a Registered Nurse (1985) including Education, Emergency, Civilian Flight-Helicopter, Occupational Health, Pediatrics, Post Anesthesia Care, and Trauma nursing; and 20 years experience as an educator. My dissertation is a meta-analysis of the impact of emotional intelligence instruction and training upon the critical thinking skills and the emotional competency of nurses and nursing students.
I am working as a per diem research nurse at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Neurology with the Field Administration of Stroke Therapy – Magnesium Phase 3 Clinical Trial. This is an NIH-NINDS sponsored study whose goal is to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of field-initiated magnesium sulfate in improving the long-term functional outcome of patients with acute stroke.
Licensed Registered Nurse, California
Public Health Nurse Certificate, California
Trauma Nurse Core Curriculum (TNCC)
Mobile Intensive Care Nurse Certificate
Approved as an Instructor by the California Board of Registered Nursing in Child, Geriatric, and Medical Surgical specialties
Presidential Award, National University, 2013
Instructor of the Quarter, Kaplan Higher Education and Kaplan College, 2004
Pre-Professional Leadership in Nursing, Chapman University, Orange, CA, 1984
Edmondson Summer Research Fellowship Program, University of Southern California, 1977-1979
Nursing Fundamentals, Medical Surgical, Gerontology, Pediatric, Theory, Community and Leadership
School of Health and Human Services