College of Staten Island
 The City University of New York
 
  
    
  Marie S. Giordano
Assistant Professor
Nursing

Marie S. Giordano
Assistant Professor

Office : Building 5S Room 205
Phone : 718.982.3836
Fax : 718.982.3813
marie.giordano@csi.cuny.edu


Degrees :
D.N.S., Graduate Center/CUNY (in progress)
M.S., Hunter College/CUNY
B.S., SUNY at Downstate



Biography / Academic Interests :
Professor Giordano brings over 30 years of clinical nursing experience in critical care and hospital administration to the academic setting. Her interests include adult and pediatric burn care and leadership & management in nursing. Her current research focuses on adolescent and young adult burn survivors’ adaptation to consequences of the burn injury and the role social media may have.

Professor Giordano is active in professional organizations including NYSNA, the American Burn Association, and Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society. She is active in political issues regarding scope of practice and healthcare. In addition, she received the Mary Mastrandrea Humanitarian Award for her commitment to fund raising for pediatric burn victims.  Professor Giordano is a member of the Honorary Fire Officers Association of the City of New York.

Scholarship / Publications :
Giordano, M. (2010). Readiness for enhanced decision making, Readiness for enhanced hope, and Readiness for enhanced power. In B. Ackley, & G. Ladwig (Eds.), Nursing Diagnosis Handbook: An Evidence-Based  Guide to Planning Care, (9th ed.)( pp. 296 – 299, 427 – 429, 646 – 649). St. Louis: Mosby.   

Giordano, M. (2009)  Emergency Care for a Seriously Burned Man  . In M. Lunney, Critical thinking to achieve positive health outcomes: Nursing case studies and analyses (2nd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Giordano, M.S. (1993). Burn Wound Management. In Boggs, R. L., Woodridge-King, M. (Eds.), AACN Procedure Manual for Critical Care Saunders Company , (3rd ed) (pp.750 – 766). Philadelphia: W.B.

Giordano, M. S., (1989). Organ and Tissue Donation: A Nurse’s Final Act of Care. Journal of Advanced Medical Surgical Nursing, 2(1), 59-63.