Saint Louis University

Joanne C. Langan, Associate Dean, Undergraduate and Prelicensure Education

PhD, RN, CNE, Associate Professor

 Saint Louis University
 School of Nursing

 office: (314) 977-8973
 fax: (314) 977-8949
 email:
langanjc@slu.edu

 


Teaching:
Dr. Langan joined the Saint Louis University School of Nursing in 2000. She teaches an on-line Disaster Preparedness course and led the development of the on-line Disaster Preparedness Certificate Program for continuing education. She also teaches Curriculum Development in the Nurse Educator Certificate Program for graduate students. She is the lead author of Preparing Nurses for Disaster Management and co-author of Leadership and Management in Nursing, 4th edition.


Practice: Dr. Langan's clinical expertise is in Adult Medical/Surgical and Community-Based nursing.

Research and Scholarly Activities: Research and areas of interest include Disaster Preparedness and Older Adults, Intergenerational Resilience Among Disaster Survivors, the Nursing Shortage and Recruitment of Inactive Nurses, and Faculty Practice and Nursing Student Learning. She was selected as a Fellow for the AACN Leadership for Academic Nursing Program, and was selected to attend the Hartford Institute Geriatric Nursing Research Scholars Program at NYU and as an ANCC Content Expert for the National Disaster Nursing Certificate Exam.

Administration: Clinical Placement Coordinator/Community Liaison (GMU), Co-Project Director for the Washington Regional Academic and Community Consortium (GMU), Project Director, Partnerships for Quality Education program, SLUSON: Division Chair, Assistant Dean for Clinical Resources, and Interim Associate Dean, Undergraduate and Pre-Licensure Education. She was the first SON faculty member to serve as Faculty Senate President, 2009-2011.

Education and Certifications

  • Certified Nurse Educator, National League for Nursing
  • Nursing Education Certificate, George Mason University 
  • PhD, Nursing Administration, George Mason University 
  • MSN, Nursing Administration, George Mason University 
  • BSN, Nursing, University of Southern Mississippi 
  • BS, Education, Quincy University

Select Publications

  • Langan, J. C. & Christopher, K. (2012). Factors influencing the decision to evacuate or shelter in place: Follow-up of Hurricane Katrina. Journal of Emergency Management, (10), 3, 185-195.
  • Langan, J. C. & Palmer, J. (2012). Listening to and learning from older adult Hurricane Katrina survivors. Public Health Nursing, (29) 2, 126-135.
  • Langan, J. C. (2010) Giving through Teaching: How Nurse Educators are Changing the World "Post 9-11: Turning Tragedy into Triumph through Classroom and On-Line Disaster Preparedness Nursing Education," NLN: Publisher
  • Cacchione, P., Langan, J.C., Culp, K.R., & Willoughby, L. (September, 2011). Disaster strikes! Long-term care resident outcomes following a natural disaster. Journal of Gerontological Nursing.

Memberships

  • American Nurses Association
  • Association of Community Health Nursing Educators
  • Midwest Nursing Research Society
  • Missouri Nurses Association
  • National League for Nursing
  • Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
  • Sigma Theta Tau International

Funding
Research awards were granted by Sigma Theta Tau International, Epsilon Zeta and Delta Lambda Chapters, the Virginia Nurses Association, GMU and SLUSON Faculty Research Awards.

 

 

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8Teaching: Dr. Langan joined the Saint Louis University School of Nursing in 2000. She teaches an on-line Disaster Preparedness course and led the development of the on-line Disaster Preparedness Certificate Program for continuing education. She also teaches Curriculum Development in the Nurse Educator Certificate Program for graduate students. She is the lead author of Preparing Nurses for Disaster Management and co-author of Leadership and Management in Nursing, 4th edition.
Practice: Dr. Langan's clinical expertise is in Adult Medical/Surgical and Community-Based nursing.
Research and Scholarly Activities: Research and areas of interest include Disaster Preparedness and Older Adults, Intergenerational Resilience Among Disaster Survivors, the Nursing Shortage and Recruitment of Inactive Nurses, and Faculty Practice and Nursing Student Learning. She was selected as a Fellow for the AACN Leadership for Academic Nursing Program, and was selected to attend the Hartford Institute Geriatric Nursing Research Scholars Program at NYU and as an ANCC Content Expert for the National Disaster Nursing Certificate Exam.
Administration: Clinical Placement Coordinator/Community Liaison (GMU), Co-Project Director for the Washington Regional Academic and Community Consortium (GMU), Project Director, Partnerships for Quality Education program, SLUSON: Division Chair, Assistant Dean for Clinical Resources, and Interim Associate Dean, Undergraduate and Pre-Licensure Education. She was the first SON faculty member to serve as Faculty Senate President, 2009-2011.

 

 

 

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