Maher El-Masri PhD, RN

Maher El-Masri PhD, RN

Professor

380 Cohn
maher.elmasri@wayne.edu
313-577-1607

Maher El-Masri PhD, RN

Bio Sketch

Maher El-Masri is a Professor at Wayne State University, College of Nursing; and is the Editor-in-Chief of CJNR. His current research program focuses on the prevention and self-management of cancer and lifestyle related chronic illnesses with a special focus on ethnocultural and socioeconomic disparities. Previously, Dr. El-Masri investigated infection control and healthcare associated infections in acute care settings. He has an extensive experience in the teaching of clinical epidemiology, quantitative research methods, and biostatistics for nursing and clinical health research. 

Education

PhD: The University of Maryland at Baltimore, School of Nursing (2003)

MS: The University of Maryland at Baltimore, School of Nursing (1998)

BSc.N:  AlQuds University, The Arab Colleges of Medical Professions (1991)

Assoc. Degree: The Baptist School of Allied Health Sciences (1988)

 

Research Interests

Maher El-Masri's current research focuses on the prevention and self-management of cancer and life-style related chronic diseases with a special interest in ethnocultural and socioeconomic disparities among minorities and under-represented populations. Previously, Dr. El-Masri investigated and extensively published in the area of infection control and healthcare associated infections in acute care settings. 

 

 

Selected Publications

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Courses Taught

Quantitative Research Methods

Advanced Biostatistics

Clinical Epidemiology

Issues in Clinical Health Research

Program of Research title

Ethnocultural and socioeconomic disparities in the prevention and self-management of cancer and life-style related chronic diseases

Program of Research

Maher El-Masri's current program of research focuses on the prevention and self-management of cancer and lifestyle related chronic illnesses with a special focus on ethnocultural and socioeconomic disparities among minorities and under-represented populations. Previously, Dr. El-Masri investigated and published in the area of infection control and healthcare associated infections in acute care settings. In his role as a research methdologist, he has also published several clinical and health services research manuscripts.

Populations of interests

 Minorities and under-represented groups

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