The University of San Francisco: School of Nursing
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Project Leadership

Crow, Greg
  Dr. Gregory Crow is the founder and Director of the Vietnam Nurse Project. Dr. Crow graduated from the USF School of Education EdD program, has taught at USF School of Nursing and Health Professions and the College of Professional Studies, is a current member of the SON Dean's Circle, and a senior consultant for Tim Porter-O'Grady Associates. He is professor emeritus, Sonoma State University, School of Science and Technology, Department of Nursing. Dr. Crow consults nationally and internationally on nursing practice, nursing leadership and management, and nursing education.
     
debourgh_gregory   Dr. Greg DeBourgh, Associate Director of the Vietnam Nurse Project, is also a Professor in the School of Nursing and Health Professions at USF. Dr. DeBourgh is a Fellow in the National League for Nursing Academy of Education, USF Distinguished Teacher (2002), and twice received the School of Nursing Teaching Effectiveness Award (1999 & 2006). He earned his doctoral degree at the USF School of Education, and specializes in faculty development for teaching effectiveness, curriculum development, and interactive instructional designs that promote learner-centered instruction in classroom, online, clinical simulation, and clinical practicum courses.
     
Prion, Susan   Dr. Susan Prion, Associate Director of the Vietnam Nurse Project, is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing and Health Professions at the University of San Francisco. She has been selected for a 2012-2013 Fulbright Fellowship in Ha Noi, Vietnam. For this prestigious fellowship, Susan will be based at the Vietnamese Academy of Traditional Medicine and will be providing instruction to nursing students in a wide variety of fundamental and advanced healthcare topics. She will also offer faculty development workshops on topics such as assessment and evaluation of student performance in the classroom and clinical settings, teaching techniques for both environments, and developing more effective clinical and skills laboratory experiences for the nursing students. Dr. Prion earned a doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction, and master’s degrees in both Nursing and Instructional Technology. Her areas of expertise include educational psychology, clinical simulation and health promotion. She conducts research in the area of multimedia for nursing education.