Ann Marie Loiseau, DNP, MS, RN, CCM, CSN
Dr. Ann Marie Loiseau is an assistant professor of nursing in the Division of Nursing. She has a certification in case management; school nursing (K-12); and elementary education (K-6). Dr. Loiseau teaches in the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Her undergraduate teaching responsibilities include Community and Public Health Nursing. Her graduate teaching responsibilities include Health Policy, Organization and Financing; and Health Informatics, Quality and Safety.
Dr. Loiseau volunteers at the Leahy Clinic in Scranton, a free health clinic serving adults without insurance. Her clinical nursing background includes hospital staff nurse in medical/surgical and pediatrics, ambulatory care, home health, case management, and traumatic brain injury rehabilitation. Dr. Loiseau served as the director of services for 25 years at a large physician practice specializing in pain management. She continues to serve on a number of boards and committees including the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Conference Committee; Pennsylvania Association of Rehabilitation Professionals; and the Susquehanna Valley Association of Pennsylvania Occupational Health Nurses.
In 2017, Dr. Loiseau received the Dorothy Staller Occupational Health Nurse Leadership Award from Pennsylvania Association for Occupational Health Nurses. In 2015, she was awarded the Health Literacy Annual Research Conference (HARC) Research Trainee Grant and the New Investigator Research Grant from the American Association for Occupational Health Nurses Foundation sponsored by Medique Products for her work focusing on health literacy. She also serves on the editorial board for Workplace Health and Safety, an international, peer-reviewed journal.
Dr. Loiseau received her BSN from Bloomsburg University, her MS in education from the University of Scranton, and her DNP from DeSales University.