PhD, APRN, ACCNS-AG
Phone: (619) 594-0386
Office: Adam’s Humanities 3159
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- University of San Diego, PhD (2018)
- University of San Diego, MSN (2015)
- Laurentian University, BScN (Canada, 1998)
Dr Julie Graham completed her PhD at the University of San Diego, with a research focus dedicated to exploring possible specific indicators for the condition of Sepsis. Dr Graham’s research was recognized by the Society of Critical Care Medicine in 2019 with a Nursing Research Section Award. Dr Graham is a board-certified Clinical Nurse Specialist in the Adult-Gero Population. Dr Graham acquired a passion for research early in her career while serving as a research nurse for the Trauma Research Group for the University of Ottawa, Canada. Dr Graham has over 20 years of nursing and advanced practice nursing experience in emergency care, critical care, cardiology and interventional cardiology.
Dr Graham joined the SDSU School of Nursing in 2018, and now serves in a tenure track position. She teaches in the Advanced Practice Program (advanced pathophysiology/critical care). Her field of research continues to be dedicated to the discovery of a specific indicator for the condition of sepsis/clinical monitoring of sepsis, as well as decision making under stress.