Judith Rosenberg, PhD, MS, MPH, C-PNP-PC
Dr. Judith Rosenberg is an assistant professor in the Loewenberg College of Nursing. Prior to moving to Memphis, she held faculty positions at the University of Tampa and Florida Southern College nursing programs. Dr. Rosenberg earned her bachelor of science in nursing degree from the State University of New York at Brockport, her Master of Science degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo, a Masters of Public Health degree from the University of South Florida, and her Ph.D. in Applied Anthropology also from the University of South Florida. Dr. Rosenberg is a nationally certified pediatric nurse practitioner and has focused her career in community health and primary pediatric healthcare. Dr. Rosenberg's research expertise which she has applied in several studies is the utilization of qualitative research methodology. She has recently produced book chapters on qualitative research methodology and on child maltreatment. Prior to her move to Memphis, Dr. Rosenberg served on Florida Health and Transition Services, a multi-disciplinary committee charged with developing programmatic strategies for the transition of adolescents who have chronic health issues from pediatric to adult health services. She also served her local chapter of Sigma Theta Tau in the capacity of chapter advisor for student members. Dr. Rosenberg's immediate research interests include an examination of children who serve as caregivers for a member of their household, and she is currently participating in a qualitative analysis project with Church Health Center Faith Community Nursing project and with LCON's Curriculum Integration of ACEs project.