Judith (Judy) W. Herrman
Assistant Director/Associate Professor
School of Nursing
355 McDowell Hall
Ph.D., University of Delaware , School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy
M.S., University of Delaware
- B.S.N., University of Delaware
- Public policy and health
- Teen pregnancy/sexual behaviors
- Diabetes/pediatric chronic illness
- Creative teaching strategies
Recent Scholarship/Research Activities
Received $5000.00-Diabetes Action Research Education Foundation for Diabetes and You: Kamp for Kids—June 2004
Received $2000.00— Wilmington Flower Market for Diabetes and You: Kamp for Kids—June 2004
- Herrman, J.W. (2004). Super nurses: Not enough nurses. Delaware Today. 80-88, 100.
- Herrman, J.W. (2004). Position statement on the role of the pediatric nurse working with sexually active teens, pregnant adolescents, and young parents. Society of Pediatric Nurses. Available www.pedsnurses.org.
- Herrman, J.W. (2005). The teen brain as a work in progress: Implications for pediatric nurses. Pediatric Nursing, 31(2), 144-148.
- Herrman, J.W. (in review). Listening to children's voices: Perceptions of the costs and rewards of diabetes and its treatment. Journal of Pediatric Nursing.
- Herrman, J. W. (in review). The voices of teen mothers: The experience of repeat pregnancy. MCN. The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing.
- Herrman, J.W. (2004). SPN goes to Washington, DC: Nurses attend NIWI. SPN News, 13 (3), 11.
The teen brain: Youth and decision making, lunchtime speaker, Christiana Care Health Systems Adolescent Medicine Department, January 11, 2005.
These are the good old days…a pictorial history of nursing and nursing education, paper presentation, keynote speaker, Regional Pediatric Nursing Conference, Philadelphia , PA , November 5, 2004.
Repeat pregnancy in adolescence: The perceptions of teen mothers, Wesley College/Tau Beta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau Research Conference, paper presentation, October 15, 2004.
60 Second Strategies for Classroom Teaching, 60 Second Strategies for Clinical Teaching, Ohio League for Nursing, April 16, 2005.
Repeat pregnancy during adolescence: The perceptions of teen mothers. Society of Pediatric Nursing, April 16, 2005.