Jennifer Reid is currently an Assistant Professor of Nursing. Dr. Reid attended Brooklyn College in Brooklyn, NY and graduated with a bachelors of science in Health Sciences in 1979. She married Howard Reid and relocated to upstate New York where she started her family. She was a "stay at home" mom for 11 years. She later attended Alfred University in upstate New York and earned a bachelor of science in nursing. Dr. Reid worked as a critical care nurse, public health nurse, clinical coordinator and nurse administrator over the next 13 years. Dr. Reid received a master's of science in the gerontological nurse practitioner program in 2006 from Nazareth College. She pursued doctoral studies at St. John Fisher College, under the direction of Dr. Michael Wischnowski in studies in Executive Leadership. Dr. Reid’s research focused on cultural competence in bachelor of science nursing students and she earned the Ed.D. Degree in 2010.
Dr. Reid has worked in the community as a health educator and marriage counselor as well as traveled to Belize, Central America on a humanitarian mission to provide health care to the elderly population in a local nursing home. She has been instrumental in securing a blood analyzer for a local childrens’ hospital in Belize for use in laboratory work. Dr. Reid has had a long standing interest in health care disparities and cultural competency in health care delivery in the minority populations. She completed her master’s work on health care disparities in elderly African Americans, viewing this critical issue as an ethical dilemma. Her desire is to continue work on this very important problem and further bring awareness, possible solutions and new knowledge to the existing body of literature.
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