Nancy Magnuson

Nancy Magnuson, DSN, FNP

Associate Dean for Practice, Partnership and Community Engagement,
Teaching Professor and Assistant Provost
for Student Affairs

131 MSC & 228 Seton Hall
College of Nursing, South Campus

Phone: 314-516-7669
Fax: 314-516-7093

Teaching Areas:

  • Leadership in Practice
    Frameworks for Healthcare Delivery


  • FNP (Post-doctoral) - University of Missouri-St. Louis, 1996
  • DSN - University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1993
  • MSN - University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1978
  • BSN - Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL, 1977

Research Interests:

  • Health Promotion
  • Leadership

Grant Funding:

  • Selected as a site for the PIP (Partners in Prevention) Tobacco Cessation Project 
    (grant funded) for the 2007-08 school year to be housed in the Wellness Resource Center/UHWCS at UM-St. Louis.
  • Wrote mini grant proposal and was selected as a NASPA HELP (Health Education and Leadership Program) Affiliate site -received funding for hiring a student intern to assist with HIV/AIDS Awareness, 
    screening and outreach on campus, 2001.
  • Wrote proposal to become a national demonstration pilot site to develop
  • Health interventions to reduce students risk for HIV and other diseases, 2002


    • Magnuson, N. (1993). Flexible Time Management: Women HandlingResponsibilities of Multiple Roles to Implement Health-Promoting Activities. University of Alabama School of Nursing, Birmingham, AL.


    • Magnuson, N. (2000). Staying Well at College. Tips on Teens.
    • Atkins, J. & Magnuson, N. (1990). Occupational Health Nursing Research, June 1984-June 1989. AAOHN Journal. December.
    • DeChesnay, M. & Magnuson, N. (1988). How Healthy Families Cope with Stress. AAOHN Journal.September.


    • Magnuson, N. (1990, 1998) Help for Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea, unpublished brochure.
    • Magnuson, N. (1990, 1998). Recommendations for Viral Illnesses/Flu, unpublished brochure.
    • Magnuson, N. (1987). The Redistribution of Health Care Services in the United States- Implications for Nursing Education.
    • Merrill, N. (1979). CPR-The Infant and Child. (A computer instruction program for Nursing Students).
    • Merrill, N.E., Hargrove, M.K., Shannon, S. (1978). Instruction of Cardiopulmonary ResuscitationA Time Reduced Presentation for Elementary School Teachers.Unpublished Masters Research Project, University of Alabama School of Nursing, Birmingham, AL.