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Susan Mee-Crimmins

Assistant Professor

Dr Susan Mee-Crimmins  is dually credentialled as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (since 1997) and an Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. Her specialty areas of research are Adolescent Smoking and Depression, and Nursing Pedagogy. Her passion is patient centered care and practice with a particular dedication to caring for adults living with Developmental Disabilities.
Dr Mee-Crimmins is a proud CUNY graduate, earning a Baccalaureate in Nursing from Hunter College- Bellevue School of Nursing with special recognition for Clinical Excellence. After that, she earned a Master of Nursing Degree at Seton Hall University, PhD from Rutgers University and post-master’s certificate as an Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner from the College of Staten Island. She has practiced across many settings within New York City in underserved communities in Neonatal Intensive Care, Cardiac Critical Care, Geriatrics, Community Nursing, and Primary Care of older adults.
Dr Mee-Crimmins is honored to be a member of the CUNY faculty and has dedicated her career to helping students achieve their dream of becoming a Registered Professional Nurse.  She is humbled by the circumstances that bring our dedicated students to the profession and our school. She is  grateful to the CSI nursing students for the  opportunity to be a part of their story of becoming a nurse.


PhD, Rutgers University

MS, Seton Hall University

BS, Hunter College, Bellevue School of Nursing

Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner, College of Staten Island

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Seton Hall University

Scholarship and Publications

Mee, S.  (2014).  Self efficacy: A mediator of smoking behavior among college students.  Pediatric Nursing, 40(1), 8-16.

Mee, S.  (2014).  Is distance education the answer to the nursing shortage?  Open Journal of Nursing,  4(3). DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2014.43020  


Fischetti, N. & Mee, S. (2021). Health promotion
within high risk communities: Become an agent of change to enhance vaccination acceptance in communities. CUNY Academic Works


Mee, S. (2021) Assisting nursing students in their development of empathy: a guide to fostering requisite skills for the art of empathetic communication. CUNY Academic Works

Nursing 120: Medical Surgical Nursing

Nursing 221: Child Health Nursing
Nursing 115: Nursing Therapeutics and Pharmacologic   Management in Patient Centered care
Nursing 303: Seminar in Professional Development
Nursing 423: Issues in Nursing and Health Care  

Child Abuse Prevention and Reporting
New York State Mandatory Curriculum for Professionals


Contact Information

Office: Building 5S Room 116
Fax: 718.982.3813
Office Hours

By appointment