Margaret R. Swisher, RN, MSN
Assistant Professor of Nursing
SC 231
215-619-7454
mswisher@mc3.edu


Educational Profile:
           MSN Villanova University
           BSN Thomas Jefferson University
           BA West Chester University

Clinical Practice:
           Presbyterian Children's Village, Rosemont, PA

Community Activities:
           Member: Radnor League of Women Voters
           Member: Philadelphia Classical Guitar Society

Publications/Writings:

              
  • Mental Health Nursing in the Actute Setting: in Foundations of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing. E. Varcarolis (Ed.);
    Editions: 3(1998), 4(2002), 5(2006), 6(2010).
              
  • A Nurse Speaks: in Foundations of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing. E. Varcarolis (ed.) 2nd edition (1994).
              
  • Content Reviewer: for Foundations of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing. E. Varcarolis (ed.) 2nd edition (1994).
              
  • Seventy-five Questions with Rationales on Psychiatric Nuring Topics: in National Student Nurse Association Review Series
    for Psychiatric Nursing, 1994.

Presentations:

              
  • Medication Administration Trainng in a residential program; Department of Public Welfare 8 Hour program: at Presbyterian Children's Village:
    2007-2009.
              
  • Mental Health Issues in Older Adult Clients: Annual continuing education at Central Montgomery Mental Health Mental Retardation Center,
    3 hours: 2009.

Resume:

Resume - Margaret Swisher

NUR 211:  Nursing Care of Clients with Complex Health Care Needs

Class PowerPoint Presentations:

Introduction to NUR211

Anxiety

Anxiety Disorders

Personality and Dissociative Disorders

Substance Abuse

NUR 213:  Professional Issues in Nursing (Online)

Schedule:
           Monday and Wednesday: Clinical
           Friday: Lecture/Seminar

Clinical Sites:
           Norristown State Hospital, Norristown, PA
           Creative Health Services, Pottstown, PA

 

Information and Resources:
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
CDC Core Curriculum on Tuberculosis

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