Teaching Interests 
Research Interests 
Educational Background 

College of Health & Human Services 

Eleanor Ferguson-Marshalleck  
Professor of Nursing/Chair, Health Science Program  


Office: FA 130 
Phone: 323-343-4600 
FAX: 323-343-5598 


Dr. Eleanor Ferguson-Marshalleck has been a full time faculty member at California State University Los Angeles since 1991.  She has taught in both undergraduate and graduate programs in the School of Nursing.  Her expertise is the areas of Public Health and Administration.  She has served as the Associate Chair in Nursing and is currently Chairperson of the Health Science Program.  She has been an educator in the State of California for several years and her professional experiences have also included the roles of administrator and consultant.  She has functioned as a public health nurse consultant on several projects including an interdisciplinary health evaluation team that reviewed ambulatory health care centers under contract with the federal government. She brings a knowledge of organizations, education in health care and policy issues, and a breath of professional experiences to the profession. 


Dr. Ferguson-Marshalleck has taught both lower and upper division courses in Nursing. Her interests include public health/community health nursing, community assessment, health promotion and prevention, vulnerable populations, leadership and management, organizational structure and processes, and nurse's work outcomes. 


Dr. Ferguson-Marshalleck has research interests in community health nursing, community assessment, health promotion and prevention, leadership, organizational systems, the context of work environments, and nurse's work outcomes. 

Representative Professional Activities 
2003 Moderator, Public Health Education in the 21st Century, Annual Meeting of the Southern California Public Health Association.
2001 Sociocultural influences on family health.  In S. M. Hanson & S. T. Boyd (Eds.)  Family health care nursing: Theory, practice and research (2nd ed.).  
2001 Moderator, Urban Health Care, Scientific session, 129th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association.
2000 "Refugees: Narratives of the Migration Experience and Family Impact". Collaborative research presentation with Dr. M. Friedman & Dr. K. Miller, 5th International Family Nursing Conference.
1999 Collaborative partnerships between academia and service. In E.L. Cohen and V. DeBack (eds). The Outcomes Mandate: Case Management in Health Care Today.
1999 The Impact of Chronic Illness in Children. Southern California Public Health Association Grassroots Policy Development Program.
1996  Sociocultural influences on family health. In S.M. Hanson & S.T. Boyd. (eds). Family Health Care Nursing: Theory, Practice and Research. 1st ed.


Ph.D. Education - Administration, Policy and Analysis 1997 
Stanford University 
          Stanford, CA 

MA Sociology 1984
Stanford University 
          Stanford, CA 

MPH Public Health 1971 
University of California, Berkeley  Berkeley, CA

BS Nursing 1964 
University of Illinois, Chicago  Chicago, Illinois



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