Valeria A. Ramdin, PhD, MS, APRN-BC, CNE

Assistant Clinical Professor
  • School of Nursing

Office: 408A Robinson Hall
Phone: 617-373-4197
Email: v.ramdin@neu.edu

Education and Training:
PhD         Northeastern University School of Nursing
MS           Northeastern University School of Nursing
BSN          Northeastern University
Diploma   Tercentary School of Nursing, Barbados

Board Certifications:
ANCC Certified Advance Practice Nurse – Primary Care; NLN Certified Nurse Educator

Research Interests:
Vitamin D and link with socioecology of health; Self-care/self-management to improve and sustain an individual’s health

Selected Publications:
Hogan, Detlinger and Ramdin, (2014). Medical Surgical Nursing. Reviews & Rationales 3rd edition. Chapters in Text: Pearson Publisher, Upper Saddle River, NJ

Areas of Expertise:
Exam development:  Item and form development for NCLEX type assessment of learning
Manuscript review for text including the Creation of digital modules for eText
Teaching interest: using the FLIP classroom to enhance learning
Courses taught: with moderate to high knowledge of content:
*  Fundamentals to include assessment and interventions
*  Medical Surgical Nursing to include critical care concepts
*  Pathophysiology [with context]
*  HealthCare Research
*  Comparative Health Systems [ US and England]
*  Leadership and Management in Healthcare
*  Comprehensive Nursing practicum (capstone) with preparation for national licensure/ NCLEX)

Honors & Awards:
Excellence in Teaching nominee; Northeastern University; 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
Excellence in Teaching-Early Career Award; Massachusetts Association of Colleges of Nursing
February 2008
15th Washington Health Policy Institute George Mason University,  Scholarship recipient June 2007
Excellence in Nursing Award New England Regional Black Nurses Association February 2006
Bernays Fleishman Award for Excellence in Nursing Mount Auburn Hospital April 1991

Professional and Community Service:
Association of Black Nursing Faculty, Task force member; Biomedical Science Career Student conference – Mentor (sponsored by Harvard Medical School); Eastern Nursing Research society member – abstract reviewer as needed; Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society;  Gerontological Society of America; Northeastern University Alumni; Massachusetts Medical Reserve Corp Region 1VB- medical volunteer

Global Health Activities:
Academic Interprofessional Health Dialogue to London- Summer sessions