Faculty and Staff

Debbie Mohammed

Professor • Department of Nursing

Debbie Mohammed is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at William Paterson University. She has nineteen years of clinical experience in providing care to patients infected and affected with HIV.

Dr Mohammed's current research interest is focused on operationalizing the current National HIV/AIDS Strategy aimed at improving patient outcomes in linkage to medical care, retention and viral suppression.

Dr Mohammed has a long-standing relationship with the HIV Community in Newark and New Jersey. She has served in various capacities for the local chapter of the Association of Nurses in AIDSCARE (ANAC), the Newark Emergency Metropolitan Agency (NEMA) HIV Planning Council (since 2003) and a member of the statewide NIV/AIDS Planning Group.

Dr Mohammed received her BSN from KEAN, MS from Rutgers-Newark, MPH from UMDNJ- Newark and DrPH from the Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health at Rutgers.

Degrees

Specialization

HIV, Research Methods

Notable Courses Taught

Nursing Research Methods
Role of the Advanced Practice Nurse
Health Indicators

334 University Hall

By appointment