|College of Health & Human Services
School of Nursing
Lorie H. Judson
Office: ST 402
Lorie Judson has been a part-time faculty member at California State University, Los Angeles since 1977, after being appointed as Visiting Professor for one year in 1976. She became a full-time professor in 1997 and tenured Associate Professor in 2004. Currently the Associate Director of the School of Nursing, she is also the Undergraduate Chair and Clinical Coordinator.
A Lieutenant Colonel in the Army Nurse Corps, United States Army Reserve, she spent four months in Germany in support of Operation Joint Endeavor in 1996 and two weeks in May 1998, in Guatemala participating in a humanitarian effort for victims of Hurricane Mitch. For 14 months in 2004-2005, she was deployed to Landstuhl, Germany where she was the Officer-In-Charge (OIC) of Triage in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. Currently she is the Chief Nurse of the 349th Combat Support Hospital (CSH) in Bell, CA.
involvement includes serving as Corresponding Secretary of the Altadena Town
Council; participating as a member of the Tournament of Roses, instrumental in
producing the annual Rose Parade in Pasadena; and an active member
of the Los Angeles Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT).
Co-writing a National Institute of Health grant which was funded in 1996, Lorie Judson initiated a program of study at the Master's level for the education of Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioners. She currently teaches Advanced Pathophysiology to graduate students.
Lorie Judson is the lead teacher for undergraduate pediatric nursing
and she also teaches research and case management to
undergraduate nursing students.
Past research involvement was concerned with Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, as a research assistant and research consultant for the Collaborative Home Infant Monitoring Evaluation project (CHIME).
Current research interests include examining techniques to teach Information
Literacy to nursing students funded by a CSU grant in 2003.
M.N., Pediatric Nursing and Education
B.S., Science Nursing