School of Nursing

Margaret Fournier MSN, RN

Associate Professor of Nursing
Margaret Fournier MSN, RN

Office

337 Masterton Hall, Portland Campus

Contact Information

Phone: (207)780-4146

Credentials, degrees schools attended:

Fitchburg State College, BS in Nursing
Boston University, MS in Community Health Nursing
Harvard Universith, 3 mo. Traineeship in Gerontology

Scholarly Activities

October 2008 - Abstract submitted. (With Helen Peake-Godin). Integrating Environmental Sustainability into Community Health Nursing Curriculum
136th American Public Health Association Meeting. San Diego. (Accepted. Unable to go  due to lack of appropriate funding.)

April 2008 - Invited Presentation. (With Sheila Johnson), Camtasia Library Tutorials, Third Annual Showcase Using Technology in Teaching and Learning. USM.

May 2008 - Poster Presentation: Meeting the Unmet Health Education Needs of Island Residents, National Rural Health Association, New Orleans, LA

May 2006 - Poster Presentation: Meeting the Unmet Health Education Needs of Island Residents, National Rural Health Association, Alaska. (Unable to attend due to medical reasons)

2006-2007 - Co Editor. (With Susan Taylor) CONHPs Connections Newsletter.

Spring 2005 - Member, Portland, ME Local Public Health Assessment Team.

October 2005 - Attendee: Teaching for Sustainability: The Casco Bay Project

October 2005 - Presentation. National Rural Women's Health Conference, Hershey, PA.  Casco Bay Fishing & Inland Community Partnership: Health Screening of Older Women Living on Two Remote Islands off the Coast of Maine.

December 2005 - Presentation: Acquisition of Leadership and Management Skills in a Community Health Partnership: An Unanticipated Outcome.  AACN Annual Baccalaureate Meeting.  Chicago, IL.

March 2004-2008 - Conference Attendee. Fisherman's Forum. Rockland, ME.

Research Interests

Community Health
Service learning
Lesbian Parenting

Recent Publications

Fournier, M.  Partnership Pride Connection, Fall 2006: p. 4.

Burson, J., Fournier, M. Acquisition of Leadership and Management Skills in a Community Health Partnership: An Unanticipated Outcome.  In process.

Carter, K., Fournier M., Groves, S., Kiehl, E., Sims, K. Innovations in Community Based Nursing Education: Transitioning Faculty; Journal of Professional Nursing. May-June 2005; 21 (3):  167-74 (Peer reviewed journal)