Peggy Landrum, Ph.D., RN

Clinical Professor

Nursing

Peggy Landrum, Ph.D., RN

Contact

plandrum@twu.edu
713-794-2176
HOU 6033

Education

Ph.D., Health Education, Texas A&M University System : College Station
M.S., Nursing, Texas Woman's University
B.A., Psychology, University of Florida
Dipl, Nursing (R.N.), Touro Infirmary School of Nursing

Research Interests

Nurse Recruitment; Retention Incentives: Stress and Nursing Students

Latest Articles

Using a resuscitation-based simulation activity to create an interprofessional education activity for medical, nursing, and pharmacy students
MedEdPORTAL Publications (2020)
M. T. Pillow, C. L. Hatfield, R. Aulbach, R. Dello Stritto, Peggy Landrum

The lived experience of fathers caring for a child with cystic fibrosis
Pediatric Nursing (2019)
J. Shardonofsky, S. Cesario, N. Fredland, Peggy Landrum, P. Hiatt

Quality of life in cystic fibrosis caregivers: An integrated literature review
Pediatric Nursing (2019)
J. Shardonofsky, S. Cesario, N. Fredland, Peggy Landrum

Patient safety interprofessional training for medical, nursing, and pharmacy students
MedEdPORTAL Publications (2017)
A C Gill, J B Cowart, C L Hatfield, R A DelloStritto, Peggy Landrum

Current Projects

2019-2020 Team Member Texas A&M / Texas Woman’s University Interprofessional Education Projects
2013-present Team Member Baylor / University of Houston / Texas Woman’s University Interprofessional Education Projects
2010-present Coach /Trainer SEARCH Homeless Services – PATH Team; Outreach Team Motivational Interviewing Training and Coaching Grant Funding: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Externally Funded Projects

Support Interprofessional Education (IPE) Activities
Texas Organization of Baccalaureate and Graduate Nursing Education | $2,000.00 | 2017
Role: Co-Principal Investigator

Professional Affiliations

  • American Holistic Nurses' Association
  • American Nurses Association
  • American Psychiatric Nurses Association
  • Sigma Theta Tau, Beta Beta Chapter
  • Texas Nurses Association