Lorie Judson was a part-time faculty member at California State University, Los Angeles since 1977, after being appointed as Visiting Professor for one year in 1976. Her Ph.D. was completed in May, 2002 at the University of San Diego. Her dissertation explored the experience of mothering a child at home dependent on parenteral nutrition. She became a full-time professor in 1997 and tenured in 2004.A Major in the Army Nurse Corps, United States Army Reserve, she spent four months in Germany in support of Operation Joint Endeavor in 1996 and two weeks in May 1998, in Guatemala participating in a humanitarian effort for victims of Hurricane Mitch. For 14 months in 2004-2005, she was deployed to Landstuhl, Germany where she was the Officer-In-Charge of Triage in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center.
Co-writing a National Institute of Health grant which was funded in 1996, Lorie Judson initiated a program of study at the Master's level for the education of Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioners. She currently teaches Advanced Pathophysiology to graduate students.
Past research involvement was concerned with Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, as a research assistant and research consultant for the Collaborative Home Infant Monitoring Evaluation project (CHIME).
Current research is exploring the role of mothering a child at home, dependent on high technology for nutrition.
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
Ramirez, Y. I., Zimmerman, R. T. & Judson, L.H. (2013) Service and academia
collaborating on quality and safety education for nurses (QSEN): A
student nurse externship program utilizing reflective practice. Journal of Nursing Regulation (JNR), April
Schultz, M.A., Shinnick, M.A., & Judson, L. H. (2012). Learning from
mistakes in a simulated nursing leadership laboratory. Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 30, 450-462.
Judson, L.H. (2004). Global childhood chronic illness. Nursing Administration
Quarterly, 28(1), pp. 59-65.
Judson, L.H. ( 2004). Protective care: Mothering a child dependent on
parenteral nutrition. Journal of Family Nursing, 10 (1), 93-120
Judson, L. H. (2003). Protective care: mothering a child dependent on HPN.
Lifeline Letter, XXIV (3), pp. 1-2, 7-8.
California State University, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California Post- Master’s Practitioner
University of San Diego 2002 Nursing
San Diego, California Ph.D.
University of California, Los Angeles 1976 Pediatric
Los Angeles, California M.N. Nursing/Education
University of Wisconsin 1973 Nursing
Madison, Wisconsin B.S.N.
Madison General Hospital 1967 Nursing
School of Nursing Diploma
Bethany Lutheran College 1964 - 1965 Pre-nursing