Marilyn Pattillo

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School of Nursing


Marilyn Pattillo is assistant professor of clinical nursing at the university’s School of Nursing. Her teaching interests include gerontology, adult health nursing, disaster nursing, advanced health assessment and long-term care.

Dr. Pattillo is a retired U.S. Air Force military officer who serves as deputy team commander for Central Region National Nurse Response Team (NNRT). The NNRT is an integral part of the National Medical Disaster System, which is mobilized in times of disasters. Dr. Pattillo has more than 20 years volunteer experience with the American Red Cross and has taught multiple classes on disaster preparedness and the role of health care providers in the event of bioterrorism attack.

Dr. Pattillo serves as board member of the Vietnam Education Foundation, a White House appointment to establish an international fellowship program of graduate and post-graduate training in the sciences, mathematics, medicine and information technology.


Fall 2006

Advanced Health Assessment, N 396J Chronic Illness and Disability, N 589E Health Assessment Skills, N 224