Gordon, Susan E.
Education: Professor Gordon holds the following degrees: Ed.D & M.Ed (both Nursing Education) from Teacher’s College Columbia University, NY; CAGS (Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing) from Pace University, NY; Graduate Public Health Services in Norway Program, University of Oslow, Norway; BS (Nursing) from Columbia University, NY.
Areas of Expertise: Geriatric Care, Mental Health, RN to BS Education, International Nursing and Nursing Education. Professor Gordon currently teaches Nursing Research, Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing, Communication in Nursing, Introduction to Professional Practice.
Current Areas of Research: International Nursing Education, Technology in Nursing Education, Stress in the Older Adult
Professional Experience: Professor Gordon has been teaching at Pace University, LSN, since 1973. She is currently teaching undergraduate students in both the 4 year generic program and in the RN to BS Completion Program. Professor Gordon has held the following titles at Pace University: Grant Director for RN/BS Program Grant, Chair for RN/BS Program, Acting Chairperson for Department of Undergraduate Studies, and Assistant/Associate/Full Professor. Before joining Pace, she taught at Columbia University School of Nursing and Beth Israel School of Nursing. Professor Gordon began her nursing career at Mount Sinai Hospital as Staff Nurse in the Surgical Unit.
List of Recent Publications:
Stokes, S. & Gordon, S. (2003). Common stressors experienced by the well elderly: Clinical Implications. Journal of Gerontological Nursing. Vol. 29. No. 5.
Stokes, S. & Gordon, S. (2000). Stress: Care for yourself: ElderCare Online.