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Sharon Dormire

Sharon Dormire


College of Nursing
8447 Riverside Pkwy
Bryan, TX   77807-3260

Phone: 979-436-0188
Fax: 979-436-0098

Education and Training

Diploma - Williamsport Hospital School of Nursing

Bachelors of Science in Nursing - Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Masters of Science in Nursing - Virginia Commonwealth University

PhD - University of Florida

Post Doctoral Fellowship - University of Michigan

Teaching Interests

Undergraduate Teaching

  • Maternal-newborn and women's health nursing
  • Nursing research
  • Professional development

Masters Level

  • Nursing phenomena of concern
  • Advanced physiologic and psychosocial concepts in maternity nursing
  • Gender and health: midlife and beyond
  • Health promotion in maternity nursing

Doctoral Courses

  • Quantitative research
  • Doctoral seminar
  • DNP residency capstone project
  • Leadership and role development

Research Interests

  •  The effect of chronic life stress on pregnancy outcomes in black women
  • The effect of stress and estrogen decline on glucose regulation, and the symptom experience at menopause

Select Publications

Dormire, S. (In Press). Life Stress, Race, and Abnormal Glucose Metabolism in Postmenopausal Women. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.

Im, EO, Lim, HJ, Lee, SH, Dormire, S.L., Chee, W, & Kresta, K. (2009) The Menopause Experience of Hispanic Midlife Women. Health Care for Women International, 30, 919- 934. 

Becker, H., Stuifbergen, A.K., & Dormire, S.L. (2009). The Effects of Hormone Therapy Decision Support for Women with Mobility Impairments. Health Care for Women International, 30(9), 845-854.

Dormire, S.L. (2009). The Potential Role of Glucose Transport Changes in Hot Flash Physiology: A Hypothesis. Biological Research in Nursing, 10(3), 241-247. 

Kupferer, E, Dormire, S.L. & Becker, H. (2009). Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use for Vasomotor Symptoms Among Women Who Have Discontinued Hormone Therapy. JOGNN, 38(1), 50-59. 

Dormire, S.L. & Bongiovanni, R (2008). Norepinephrine Activity, as Measured by MHPG, is Associated with Menopausal Hot Flashes. Climacteric, 11(5), 397-403.

National Service/Recognition

Journal reviewer for:

  • Nursing Research
  • Journal of Advanced Research
  • Applied Nursing Research

Chair elect of the AACN Instructional Leadership Network

Active in Sigma Theta Tau, AWHONN, and Southern Nursing Research

Last edited by: oswald 03/28/2019

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