Roberts, Marie-Claire

Assistant Professor
Lienhard School of Nursing
Pace University
163 William Street, 5th Floor
Room 525
New York, NY 10038
Phone: 212-618-6039
Email: mroberts2@pace.edu


Education:  Dr. Roberts holds the following degrees: Doctor of Philosophy, in Health Policy and Clinical Practice from Dartmouth College; Master of Science, in the Evaluative Clinical Sciences, from Dartmouth College; Master of Public Administration, from Clark University (Israeli Branch); and a Bachelor of Arts in Nursing from the University of Tel Aviv (Israel).

Areas of Research: Patient outcomes measurement and evaluation, decision analysis, workforce issues, and health policy as related to nursing.

Professional Experience: Dr. Roberts has extensive clinical experiences as an RN in both the medical-surgical setting as a staff nurse and as a nurse manager leading a team of 20 registered nurses in an urban community setting.  Her clinical experience is complemented with a rigorous training in Health Services Research received at Dartmouth College during her doctorate studies. Throughout her professional life, Dr. Roberts has had the role of an educator. Dr. Roberts’s most recent experience is as an Assistant Professor at New York University’s College of Nursing. Prior to that, she was a PhD candidate and Research Associate at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, and a staff nurse at the Good Neighbor Clinic.  She also has experience as a head nurse at Maccabi Health Services in Ramat HaSharon (Israel) and a staff nurse at Herzliya Medical Center (Israel).  

Sample publications:
Boltz  M., Capezuti E., Rosenberg MC., Wagner L. & Secic M. (In Press) Patient Safety In Medical--‐Surgical Units: Can Nurse Certification Make a Difference?” Medsurg Nurs. 2013 Jan-Feb;22(1):26-32, 37.

Rosenberg, MC, Corcoran S, Kovner C, Brewer C, Commuting to Work: R.N. Travel Time to Employment in Rural and Urban Areas. Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice. February 2011 12(1) ISSN 1527-1544

Flood AB, Rosenberg MC, Reflections on Improving Hospital Performance. Health Services Research 43(5:Part 1):1457-1463, 2008.