Shelley Cohen Konrad PhD, LCSW, FNAP is Interim Director of the School of Social, Professor in the School of Social Work and Director of the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC). A clinical social worker by training Shelley specializes in practice with children and families. Her book, Practice with Children and Families: A Relational Perspective was published in 2013. In 1988 Shelley established Touchstone Psychotherapy Associates, a mental health collaborative designed to meet the complex needs of children, families, and carers. She... Read More
Shelley's research and scholarship focuses on children and families; and end-of-life; health perspectives of vulnerable populations
Karen is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the Westbrook College of Health Professions. Her research and scholarship focuses on nursing/ health profession education and interprofessional (IPE) curriculum development and evaluation. Karen led the design and implementation of UNE's innovative undergraduate IPE coursework.
Her experience in nursing education is diverse, having held faculty and administrative positions in associate, RN to BSN, generic BSN, and master's level programs. For the past decade, she executed international teaching and leadership roles through a unique RN to... Read More
curricular innovation in higher education
interprofessional/ interdisciplinary education approaches
use of arts & humanities in higher education
active learning pedagogies
Teaching Experience: Dr Morton's teaching experience includes pediatrics, evidence-based practice, nursing theory and community heatlh nursing.
Direct Care/Clinical Experience: Dr Morton has a wide variety of experiences with pediatric clients ranging from the neonatal intensive care unit to school health. She additionally has worked in community based settings locally and abroad in Ghana, West Africa.
Research and Scholarship: Dr. Morton's research and scholarship interests lie in community based care with vulnerable populations. Most recently, Dr Morton has served as PI on... Read More
Utilization & Translation
International Health-specifically Sub-saharan Africa
Clinical Areas-School Health
Research Utilization and Translation
Dr. Lisa Pagnucco joined the UNE College of Pharmacy as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice after many years of providing direct patient care. She has many areas of professional interest, all of which support her commitment as a patient advocate. Some of these include medication safety, reconciliation and adherence, health literacy, interprofessional education, and effective communication with patients and other health care providers. She will be precepting an ambulatory clinic practice site in the Portland area. ... Read More
Dr. Graybeal currently serves as the Director of the School of Community and Population Health. He served from 2008-2015 as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the Westbrook College of Health Professions. In 2012-13 he served as the Interim Director of the School of Social Work. His research and scholarship has focused on evidence-based practice in social work, interprofessional education in the health professions, and more recently on the role and impact of the patient -provider alliance in improving health and social care... Read More
Evidence-based practice; the alliance between provider and patient/client; interprofessional education; transformative practice; the creative arts in social work.
As a member of UNE's School of Community and Population Health’s professional research and consulting staff, Ms. Rodriguez has worked on population health needs assessments and program evaluation projects for regional and state governments as well as health professions programs, health care providers and health systems. This includes responsibility for the design, measure development, implementation and analysis of health assessment and evaluation research; report writing and project management. During her tenure, major projects have included managing a statewide population health... Read More
Community Health Needs Assessments
I am an artist with an extensive background in theatre. From 2000-2010 I worked for the Department of Theatre at University of Southern Maine. In 2006, I received my MFA from Maine College of Art where my thesis project was a protest against unfair labor practices in the form of a podcast walking tour of Wal-Mart. I also attended The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture where I continued to develop alternative delivery systems for art in service of social... Read More
non-profit board leadership
multi-disciplinary team leadership and management