MS, RN, CNM
Clinical Assistant Professor RN/BS Program Director
BIO: Clinical Assistant Professor Katharine Green, MS, RN, CNM, directs the RN-BS program, and in the undergraduate and second bachelors’ programs at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst School of Nursing.
Currently enrolled as a doctoral student at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Green is focusing on nursing and women’s health. She is a board certified nurse-midwife, and practices at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Mass..
An active member of the American College of Nurse-Midwives, she chairs the Midwives Teaching Nurses group as well as serving on the Government Affairs Committee for ACNM. She also serves on the Western Massachusetts Nursing Collaborative, a collaborative of nursing education and health care service organizations.
In addition to publication, Green presented on nursing education at the American College of Nurse Midwives annual meeting. For the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Baccalaureate meeting, she addressed forming a collaborative community college and university partnership. She also presented Feminism in Nursing in Puerto Rico and for the Beta-Zeta group of Sigma Theta Tau.
Current interests include the history of higher education of women in the U.S., baccalaureate curricular development related to women’s health, and the health of midlife advanced practice nurses.
RESEARCH INTEREST: The history of higher education of women in the United States, baccalaureate curricular development related to women’s health and the health of midlife advanced practice nurses.
A chapter on prenatal care in Carcio’s 2009 Advanced Health Assessment of Women.