Mary Gallagher Gordon
PhD, MSN, RN, CNE
Assistant Dean, Student and Technology Operations, Associate Clinical Professor of Nursing
Division of Graduate Nursing
Bellet Building, Room 722
Dr. Gallagher Gordon, an assistant clinical professor in the College of Nursing and Health Professions, is the Senior Director of Contracts, Compliance and Academic Community Initiatives.
Dr. Gallagher Gordon completed a Biomedical Informatics fellowship from the National Library of Medicine and Marine Biological Laboratory in 2004, is certified as nurse educator from the National League of Nursing (NLN) and attended the Harvard University-MIT, Institute for Medical Simulation and Comprehensive Workshop in Medical Simulation in the fall of 2010. Dr. Gallagher Gordon, a strong student advocate, has also been active for many years on University student affairs committees.
Research interests include medication administration and the nursing profession with an emphasis on process, interruptions and errors. Dr. Gallagher Gordon has published in the areas of Nursing Informatics, simulation in nursing, and NCLEX review and her book, edited with Dr. Cornelius focuses on the use of mobile technology at the bedside.