Vivien Dee, DNSc, has delivered more than 100 presentations of research, articles, and special projects at various local, state, national, and international conferences. She has more than 30 years of professional nursing experience, including hospital and nursing administration at a major academic medical center in metropolitan Los Angeles, as well as academic and clinical teaching experience as a graduate faculty member. Dee is a litigation consultant and expert witness on health care and personnel management issues for several nationally known law firms. She also serves as a consultant on the use of the NPH Patient Classification System for Nursing Practice and Staffing at hospitals throughout the United States and abroad.
DNSc, Nursing Administration, University of California, San Francisco
MN, University of California, Los Angeles
BSN, Loma Linda University
Credentials/Certifications State of California, Registered Nurse License
Public Health Nurse Certificate
Certificate in Developmental Disabilities
Certificate in Nursing Administration, Advanced
School of Nursing
Mental Health Nursing
NPH Patient Classification System This system is based on the Johnson Behavioral System Model of Nursing, adopted by the California Department of Health Care Services, Mental Health Services Division.
GNRS 660 – Theories of Teaching and Instruction GNRS 701 – Nursing Knowledge Development GNRS 702 – Nursing Theory GNRS 720 – Wellness Promotion and Health Maintenance