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Lydia McBurrows

Assistant Professor

355 Marshall Bldg

734.487.2343

lmcburro@emich.edu

Education

Doctorate of Nursing Practice, Rush University, Chicago, IL

MS Parent-Child Nursing, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

BSN, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Teaching Interests

NURS 200 Health Assessment and Physical Examination

NURS 275 Essentials of Professional Nursing Practice

NURS 306 Child and Family Health Nursing

Selected Presentations and/or Publications

Presentations:

  • Preparing Your CAHC for Patient-Centered Medical Home, Michigan Department of Community Health, Child and Adolescent Health Centers 25th Anniversary Conference, 10/2013
  • Cooperative Learning and Building Community in Groups, University of Michigan RAHS, 1/2013
  • LGBTQ Youth: Physical Health, U of M Out and Health Conference, 8/2009

Posters:

  • McBurrows, L. (11/2015). Addressing the health needs of at risk youth: Reducing rapid repeat pregnancies in adolescent mothers. 143rd American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.
  • Tate, N., & McBurrow, L. (03/2015). “Who Says I’m Fat?” Measures of Obesity in African American Adolescents: Body Mass Index,Waist Circumference, and Body Fat Composition. 2015 National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Conference
  • School Based Health Centers Nurse Practitioner Competencies: Physical Exam and Beyond Poster Presentation, 2013 School-Based Health Convention, 6/2013

Additional Information

Awards:

  • Eastern Michigan University Provost's New Faculty Award (2015).

Certifications and Licenses:

  • Michigan Registered Nurse
  • Michigan Specialty License/Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
  • Basic Life Support

Membership:

  • Michigan NAPNAP, Member and Constitution and Bylaws Committee Chair

For Faculty & Staff

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