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Stacy A Drake

Stacy A Drake, PhD, MPH, RN, AFN-BC, D-ABMDI

Assistant Professor of Nursing — Clinical
Nursing Systems

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Stacy A. Drake, PhD, MPH, RN is an Assistant Professor at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Nursing. Dr. Drake received her PhD of nursing at Texas Woman’s University and her MSN with a concentration in forensic nursing from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, her MPH from UTHealth School of Public Health, and her BSN from Bowling Green State University in Ohio.

Dr. Drake has years of experience within various clinical and administrative positions including EMS/fire, trauma/burn/medical and surgical ICU, death investigation, and risk management. Dr. Drake teaches on a variety of topics and is involved with mentoring a number of community based clinical experiences. Her research interests include understanding of deaths in the public sector for purposes of prevention and eliminating disparity, improved injury outcomes, forensic nursing science education, and death investigation systems. Finally, she is practicing as a forensic nurse at the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences.

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Drake contributes chapter to 2016 AJN Book of the Year award-winner (Jan 2017)

Good Samaritan Foundation saluting Wang, Stafford and Drake for excellence as educators (Aug 2016)

Drake completes inaugural Texas Injury Prevention Leadership Symposium (May 2016)

Research projects of Starnes-Ott, Drake, Yammine and Santa Maria get boost from PARTNERS grants (May 2015)

Drake authors three articles, receives STTI funding for pilot study (Feb 2015)

Drake Shares Special Expertise in “Medicolegal Death Investigations” (Sep 2011)

Drake Publishes Article, Achieves Forensic Sciences Accreditation (Aug 2011)