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School of Nursing

Sally Northam

Sally Northam

Title: Professor
Department: Nursing
Building: GNOAC
Phone: 940.321.5352


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  • BS Nursing
  • MS Nursing, Specialty Trauma
  • PhD Human Development and Education
  • Post Doc: Research and Health Care Policy
  • Post Doc: Nurse Educator Scholar


Courses Taught:

  • Masters Research
  • Doctoral Data Management
  • Doctoral Advanced Statistics
  • Doctoral Advanced Research

Research Interests:

  • Preterm, late term births
  • Prenatal Care
  • Secondary data analysis

Recent Publications:

Miller, C., Duke, G. Northam, S., Chilton, J., deChesnay M., & Greenbaum, J. (in press) Child sex trafficking-recognition, intervention, and referral: An educational framework to guide Health care provider practice. Journal of Human Trafficking.

Andrews, C., Northam, S., & Gosselin, K. (in press). Evaluation of an Innovative Program to Improve Outcomes among Military Beneficiaries with Diabetes. Nursing Economics. 

Keeler, M., Haas, B., Nieswiadomy, M., McConnel, C., Northam, S. & Savoie, M. L. (2015).  Tunnelled central venous catheter-related bloodstream infection in Canadian blood stem cell transplant recipients: Associated costs. Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal, 25(3), 311-318.

Keeler, M., Haas, B., Nieswiadomy, M., Northam, S., McConnel, C. & Savoie, M. L. (2015). Analysis of costs and benefits of transparent, gauze, or no dressing for a tunneled central venous catheter dressings in Canadian stem cell transplant recipients. Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal, 25(3), 289-298.                                                          

Northam, S., Greer, D., Rath, L., & Toone, A. (2014). Nursing Journal Editor Survey Results to Help Nurses Publish. Nurse Educator Journal. 39(6). 290-297. 

McAlister, B., Tietz, M., & Northam, S. (2013). Early Term Birth: The Impact of Practice Patterns on Rates and Outcomes. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 35(8). 1026-1042.

Duke, G., Haas, B.K., Yarbrough, S., & Northam, S. (2013). Knowledge and attitudes toward pain in baccalaureate nursing students and faculty. Pain Management Nursing. 14(1).