Geraldine Gorman, RN, PhD
Population Health Nursing Science
Building & Room:
845 S. Damen Ave., MC 802, Chicago, IL 60612
Geraldine Gorman teaches public health nursing, cultural fluency and ethics and the grief, loss and dying course in the hospice/palliative care certificate program. She has also designed a primary prevention of war elective. She is a member of the American Public Health Association and through the Peace Caucus, is a founding member of the Primary Prevention of War group. Together they have published an article and textbook on primary prevention. Dr. Gorman is an advocate for the inclusion of the humanities in nursing education and practice. She has an MA in English literature and practices as a hospice nurse. Dr. Gorman lives in Chicago and is the mother of two daughters and a son.