Curriculum Vitae - Patricia Maguire Meservey

FORMAL EDUCATION
1988 PhD, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts (Higher Education Administration)
1977 MS, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts (Parent-Child Health Nursing)
1976 BS, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts (Nursing)
1972 Diploma, Faulkner Hospital, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts (Nursing)

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS
2007 – Present President, Salem State University
2004 – 2007 Provost and Academic Vice President, Suffolk University
2000 - 2004 Vice Provost for Faculty & Budget, Northeastern University
2000 - 2001 Interim Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, Northeastern University
1998 - 2000 Special Assistant to the President, Northeastern University
1997 - 1998 National Director, Community Partnerships in Graduate Medicine and Nursing Education Initiative, W. K. Kellogg Foundation
1997 - 1998 Associate, International Center for Health Leadership Development, University of Illinois at Chicago
1991 - 1997 Executive Director, Center for Community Health Education, Research, and Service, Boston, Massachusetts

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
2007 – Present Professor of Nursing, Salem State University
2004 – 2007 University Professor, Suffolk University
1989 - 2004 Professor, Northeastern University Bouvé College of Health Sciences, School of Nursing
 Associate Professor (1989 - 1999); Coordinator, Nursing Administration (1990-1991)
1994 - 2000 Adjunct Assistant Professor of Health Services and Socio-Medical Sciences and Community Medicine Boston University School of Medicine and Public Health
1988 - 1989 Assistant for Nursing, Boston University Health Policy Institute
1987 - 1988 Dean ad interim and Assistant Professor, Boston University School of Nursing
1986 - 1987 Assistant Dean and Assistant Professor, Boston University School of Nursing
1984 - 1986 Acting Chairperson and Assistant Professor, Boston University School of Nursing
1983 - 1984 Assistant Professor, Boston University School of Nursing
1979 - 1983 Instructor, Boston University School of Nursing
1978 - 1979 Instructor, Worcester State College, Worcester, Massachusetts
1977 - 1978 Instructor, North Shore Community College, Beverly, Massachusetts
1976 - 1977 Clinical Teaching Assistant, Boston University School of Nursing
 

CLINICAL POSITIONS
1983 Staff Nurse, Intensive Care Nursery, St. Margaret's Hospital, Dorchester, Massachusetts
1980 - 1982 Staff Nurse, Maternity, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts
1974 - 1979 Private Duty Nurse, Adult and Pediatric Intensive Care, Massachusetts State Nurses' Registry, Boston, Massachusetts
1972 - 1975 Staff Nurse, Pediatric Intensive Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts

CURRENT LICENSE:  Registered Nurse, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, granted 1972

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF NURSING:  Fellow, Inducted, 1999

BOARD MEMBERSHIPS (Current)
Essex County Community Foundation, Trustee
Essex National Heritage Commission, Trustee
Lahey Health Systems, Trustee
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commissioner
New England Council, Member, Board of Directors
North Shore Alliance for Economic Development, Chair, Board of Directors
North Shore Chamber of Commerce, Member, Board of Directors
North Shore Medical Center, Community Affairs and Health Access Committee, Member
Salem Partnership, President

PROFESSIONAL COMMITTEES/SERVICE (Current)
Partnership, Advancing, Collaboration & Efficiency (PACE), Member
Nursing Initiative Advisory Committee (Department of Higher Education), Member
State Universities Council of Presidents, Member

PUBLICATIONS
Book Chapters
Meservey, P. M. (1997.) Community Based Academic Health Centers:  The CCHERS Model.  In Current Issues in Nursing, 5th ed.  J. McCloskey & H. Grace (Eds.)  Hanover, MD:  Mosby-Year Book, Inc., Chapter 49, pp: 357-363.

Meservey, P. M. & Zungolo, E.  (1995.)  Out of the Tower and On To the Streets: One College of Nursing’s Partnership with Community.  In Teaching Nursing in the Neighborhoods:  The Northeastern University Model. Peggy S. Matteson (Ed.)  New York:  Springer  Publications. Chapter 1, pp. 1 - 30.

Meservey, P. M., & Richards, R. W.  (1995.)  New Organization Structures Linking Community and Academic Health Centers.  In Redirection of Health Professions Education toward Primary Health Care Education:  Lessons from Kellogg Foundation’s CP/HPE. Ronald W. Richards (Ed.)  California:  Jossey Bass Publishing Company.  Chapter 7, pp. 105 - 120.

Meservey, P. M. (1991.)  The written research report.  In Getting the Word Out:  A Guide to Sharing Research Results. J. Lewis (Ed.).  Boston:  Massachusetts Nurses Association, Cabinet on Nursing Research.  Chapter 4, pp. 24 - 36.

Meservey, P. M.  (1982.)  Alteration in Fluid and Electrolyte Balance.  In M. J. Smith, J.  A. Goodman, N. L. Ramsey, & S. B. Pasternack (Eds.),   Child and Family:  Concepts of Nursing Practice.  New York:  McGraw-Hill Book Company.

Refereed Articles
Boex, J. R., Blacklow, R., Boll, A. A., Fishman, L., Gamliel, S., Garg, M., Gilchrist, V., Hogan, A. J., Meservey, P. M.,  Pearson, S., Politzer, R., & Veloski, J.J.  (1998.)  Understanding the Costs of Ambulatory Care Training.  Academic Medicine, 73(9):947.

Beauchesne, M. & Meservey, P. M.  (1999.)  An Interdisciplinary Community Based Educational Model.  Journal of Professional Nursing, 15(1):38-43.

Lazarus, J., Meservey, P. M., Joubert, R., Lawrence, G., Ngobeni, F. & September, V.  (1998.)  The South African Community Partnerships:  Towards a Model for Interdisciplinary Health Personnel Education.  Journal of Interprofessional Care, 12(3):279-288.

Aroian, J., Meservey, P. M., & Crockett, J. G.  (1996.)  Developing Nurse Leaders for Today and Tomorrow:  Part 1, Foundations of Leadership in Practice.  Journal of Nursing Administration, 26(9):18-26.

Aroian, J., Meservey, P. M., & Crockett, J. G.  (1996.)  Developing Nurse Leaders for Today and Tomorrow:  Part 2, Implementing a Model of Leadership for Community-Based Practice.  Journal of Nursing Administration, 26(10):29-34.

Howard, E., Beauchesne, M. A., Shea, C. A., & Meservey, P. M. (1996.)  Research Practicum:  Linking Education to Practice.  NurseEducator, 21(6):33-37.

Meservey, P. M. (1995.)  Leadership in a boundaryless organization.  Nursing and Health Care:  Perspectives on Community, 16(4):  234-236.

Meisenhelder, J. B., & Meservey, P. M.  (1987.)  Childbearing Over Thirty:  Description and Satisfaction with Mothering.  Western Journal of Nursing Research, 9 (4):527-541.

Solicited Articles
Meservey, P. M. (1994.)  A New Paradigm for Primary Care Education.  Physician’s News Digest, VII(7):4.

Meservey, P. M. (1994.)  Needed:  primary-care health workers.  The Boston Globe.  January 30, 1994.

Meservey, P. M., & Ayers, T. (1993.)  Building Mechanisms for Research in Community Health Care Settings.  The Massachusetts Nurse, 63(5):1.

Meservey, P. M. (1992.)  The Center for Community Health Education, Research, and Service.  The Massachusetts Nurse, 62(2):7.

Meservey, P. M.  (1986.)  New Analysis:  New Graduate Supply and Demand.  The Massachusetts Nurse,  56(6):2, 8.

Meservey, P. M.  (1982.)  Gestational Assessment of the Neonate:  Video Tape.  Boston University School of Nursing Media Center.

Meservey, P. M.  (1977.)  Congenital Musculoskeletal Abnormalities.  Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, II:14-22.

Proceedings
Meservey, P. M. (1997.)  Enhancing Quality, Community-Based Care.  In The 4th Congress of Health Professions Educators:  Interdisciplinary Education as a Prelude to Practice (or Vice Versa).  Association of Academic Health Centers.  June 3 - 4, 1997, Washington, DC.

Lazarus, J., Meservey, P. M., & Lawrence, G. A. (1997.)  Community-Based Health Professions Education:  The South African Experience.  In The Third Primary Care Conference.  Proceedings of the Third Primary Care Conference, HRSA.  February 26 - 28, 1997, Washington, DC.

Beauchesne, M. A., & Meservey, P. M. (1997.)  An Interdisciplinary Community Based Education Model.  In Master’s Education via Interdisciplinary Links, Case Management, and Nursing Informatics.  Proceedings of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s Master’s Education conference, December 4 - 6, 1996, San Antonio, TX.

Research Reports
Boex, J. R., Boll, A., Hogan, A., Meservey, P. M., Rubin, R., & Seifer, S.  (1997.)  Assessing Ambulatory Primary Care Training:  Costs, Methods, and Quality.  Rootstown, Ohio:  Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine.

Meservey, P. M., & Hunt, J.  (1994.)  Analysis and Report on Cost of Medical and Health Professions Training at Community Health Centers.  Boston:  Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers.

Charns, M., Crane, S., Iazzoni, L., Meservey, P. M., & Swartz, M.  (1989.)  Models of Service Delivery across Health Care Settings Based on Patient  Needs.  Boston:  Boston University School of Public Health.

FUNDED INITIATIVES (Total approximately $11.3 million)
1996 
Graduate Medicine and Nursing Initiative, Funded by W. K. Kellogg Community Partnerships Initiative.  Grant received by the Center for Community Health Education, Research, and Service a partnership of Northeastern University, Boston University, Boston’s Department of Health and Hospitals, Boston University Medical Center Hospital, and ten Community Health Centers, Executive Director/Principal Investigator, Patricia Maguire Meservey, Collaborative Proposal, $1.8 million with a $1.8 million match from the collaborating agencies, four years.

1995 
Center for Community Health Education, Research, and Service International Collaboration, Funded by W. K. Kellogg Community Partnerships Initiative, Executive Director, Patricia Maguire Meservey, $5,000, one year.

1995 
Center for Community Health Education, Research, and Service, Informing Policy Makers, Funded by W. K. Kellogg Community Partnerships Initiative.  Executive Director, Patricia Maguire Meservey;  Major Contributor, Barbara Skydell, $12,500, one year.

1995 
Boston Unites, Funded by W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Project Directors Patricia Maguire Meservey, Sharon Rosen, & Martha Kurz, $1,060,536, four years.

1994 
Health Careers Academy, Funded by Boston Public Schools, Original Project Directors, Patricia Maguire Meservey, Sharon Rosen, Thomas Hennessey, & Christopher Lane, $1,179,439 through FY97.

1994 
Northeastern University Learn & Serve America, Funded by Corporation for National and Community Service, Project Director, Patricia Maguire Meservey; Major Contributors, Eileen Zungolo & Toby Ayers, $381,282, three years.

1992 
Health Profession Continuing Education and Breast Cancer Prevention and Care, Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, Funded by Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Co-Project Directors, Connie Dove & Patricia Maguire Meservey, $16,058, one year.

1991 
Center for Community Health Education, Research, and Service, Funded by W. K. Kellogg Community Partnerships Initiative, (Northeastern University, Boston University, Boston’s Department of Health and Hospitals, Codman Square Health Center, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, Whittier Street Neighborhood Health Center, and Dorchester House Multi-Service Center), Major Contributor, Patricia Maguire Meservey, $6 million, five years.

1991 
Supportive Sisters Program:  Codman Square Health Center, Funded by Department of Medical Security, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Project Director, Cynthia Smith; Major Contributor, Patricia Maguire Meservey, $90,300, one year.

1990 
Critical Care Advanced Education Grant, Northeastern University, Funded by Division of Nursing, Bureau of Health Professions, Public Health Service, Project Director, Elizabeth Howard; Major Contributor, Patricia Maguire Meservey, $600,000, three years.

1990 
W. K. Kellogg Community Partnerships Initiative Model Development and Leadership Project, Funded by W. K. Kellogg Foundation, (Northeastern University, Boston University, Boston’s Department of Health and Hospitals, and Codman Square Health Center), Major Contributor, Patricia Maguire Meservey, $50,000, one year.

1991 
Second Annual Community of Scholars Symposium, Northeastern University, Funded by Northeastern University Office of the Provost Faculty Development Fund, Co-Project Directors, Patricia Maguire Meservey, Jane Aroian, & M. Marcia Lynch, $4,625, one year.

FUNDED RESEARCH (Total as Principal Investigator, $32,000; Co-investigator, $400,000)

1999
Understanding Costs of Advanced Practice Nurses Education in Ambulatory Settings , Funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Patricia Maguire Meservey & Polly Bednash, Co-Principal Investigators, $50,000, six months. 

1995
Cost Analysis of Ambulatory-Based Health Professions Education, Funded by the Bureau of Health Professions, Public Health Service, Principal Investigator James Boex, Co-Investigators Arthur Boll, Andrew Hogan, Patricia Maguire Meservey, Sarena Seifer, & Roy Rubin, $300,000, 18 months.

1994
Manager as Developer:  Nursing Administration Alumni, Funded by College of Nursing Northeastern University Faculty  Research, Co- Investigators Jane Aroian, Patricia Maguire Meservey, & Jean Gilbert, $1,800, six months.

1993
Cost Analysis of Teaching Health Centers, Funded by Bureau of Health Professions, Public Health Service, Principal Investigator Patricia Maguire Meservey James Hunt, Jr., Co-Principal Investigator, Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, $24,999, one year.

1992
Manager as Developer Role Model Validation, Funded by College of Nursing Northeastern University Faculty Research, Co-Investigators Jane Aroian, Patricia Maguire Meservey, & Jean Gilbert, $2,000, six months.

1989
Models of Service Delivery across Health Care Settings Based on Patient Needs, Funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Principal Investigator, Martin Charns, Boston University; Co-Principal Investigators Steven Crane, Lisa Iazzoni, & Patricia Maguire Meservey, $50,000, one year.