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Carol Pavlish, PhD, RN, FAAN
Associate Professor, Fellow in American Academy of Nursing

Location: 4-238 Factor Building
Phone: (310) 794-4339
E-mail: cpavlish@sonnet.ucla.edu

Faculty Research and Clinical Expertise

Research: Gender-based violence in post-conflict settings; refugee and immigrant women's health; risk of HIV infection in post-conflict settings; transcultural nursing care; social justice and social advocacy; health and human rights; narrative and community-based collaborative action research.  Additional areas of research include ethics conflict prevention, palliative care, and end-of-life care.
Clinical: Community health nursing and acute oncology nursing care

Courses

N168(F10), N204(F10), N250(F10)

Education

Northern Illinois University, BS
University of Minnesota, MS
University of Minnesota, PhD

Honors and Awards

2005 Professor Emeritus - University of St. Catherine, St. Paul, MN
2009 Fellow - American Academy of Nursing

Publications

Kim Y, Evangelista LS, Phillips LR, Pavlish C, Kopple JD. (2012). Racial/ethnic differences in illness, perceptions in minority patients undergoing maintenance hemodialysis. Nephrology Nursing, 39, 39-48.

Pavlish C, Hunt R. (2012). An exploratory study about meaningful work in acute care nursing. Nursing Forum, 47, 113-22.

Pavlish C, Brown-Saltzman K, Hersh M, Shirk M, Rounkle AM. (2011).Nursing priorities, actions, and regrets for ethical situations in clinical practice. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 43, 385-95.

Pavlish, C., & Dexheimer Pharris, M. (2011). Community-based Collaborative Action Research: A Nursing Approach. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett.

Pavlish, C., Brown-Saltzman, K., Hersh, M., Shirk, M., & Nudelman, O. (2011). Early indicators and risk factors for ethical issues in clinical practice. Journal of Nursing Scholarship. January, 2011.

Pavlish, C., Noor, S., & Brandt, J. (2010). Somali women and the American health care system: Discordant beliefs, divergent expectations, and silent worries. Social Science & Medicine. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.04.010

Ho, A., & Pavlish, C. (2010). Indivisibility of accountability and empowerment in tackling gender-based violence: Lessons from a refugee camp in Rwanda. Journal of Refugee Studies. doi:10.1093/jrs/feq052

Pavlish, C., & Ho, A. (2009). Human rights barriers for displaced persons in Southern Sudan. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 41, 284-292.

Pavlish, C., & Ho, A. (2009). Displaced persons' perceptions of human rights in Southern Sudan. International Nursing Review,56, 416-425.

Pavlish, C., & Ceronsky, C. (2009). Oncology nurses' perceptions of nursing roles and professional attributes in palliative care. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 13, 404-412.

Pavlish, C., & Ho, A. (2009). Pathway to social justice: Research on human rights and gender-based violence in a Rwanda refugee camp. Advances in Nursing Science, 32, 144-157.

Pavlish, C. (2007). Narrative inquiry into life experiences of refugee women and men. International Nursing Review, 54, 28-34

Pavlish, C., & Ceronsky, C. (2007). Oncology nurses' perceptions about palliative care. Oncology Nursing Forum, 34, 793-400.

Pavlish, C. (2005). Action responses in Congolese refugee women. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 37, 10-17.

Pavlish, C. (2005). Refugee women health: Collaborative inquiry with refugee women in Rwanda. Health care for Women International, 26, 880-896.

Pavlish, C. (2005). Refugee women health: Collaborative inquiry with refugee women in Rwanda. Health care for Women International, 26, 880-896.


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