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Associate Professor
Oregon Health & Science University
School of Nursing Ashland Campus
1250 Siskiyou Blvd., SN-SOU
Ashland, Ore. 97520
Phone: 541 552-8205
FAX: 541 552-6055
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Carol Christlieb has been teaching students in theory and clinical courses in Health Promotion, Population Based Nursing, Leadership and Outcomes Management, and Integrative Practicum. She has taught courses through videoconferencing and on-linesince 1985 to R.N.S and basic students. More recently she has been engaged in the ongoing development and implementation of the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education with her colleagues with in OHSU and in the community colleges around the state. Her area of research has been in the area of medication administration and safety in community based settings.

EDUCATION

1983 Master of Science in Nursing Major: Community Health Nursing, Education - University of Nebraska School of Nursing, Omaha, Neb.

1976 Bachelor of Science in Nursing - University of Oregon Health Sciences Center, Portland, Ore.
 Articles (2005-present)
Young, H.; Gray, S., McCormick, W., Sikma,. S., Reinhard, S., Johnson Trippett, L., Christlieb, C., Allen, T. (2008) Types, prevalence, and potential clinical significance of medication administration errors in assisted living. Manuscript accepted. Journal of American Geriatric Society. 2008 (August publication)

McCormick, WC, Gray, S, Young, HM, Sikma, SK, Reinhard, S, Christlieb, C, Johnson-Trippett, L. (2006) Causes and Types of Medication Errors in Assisted Living: Is there a Problem? The Gerontologist, 46(1): 114-5.

Young, HM, Sikma, SK, Gray, SL, Christlieb, C and Johnson Trippett, LS. (2005) Medication Observations in Assisted Living: Methodological Issues. The Gerontologist, 45(Special Issue): 440

Young, HM, Sikma, SK, Gray, SL, Christlieb, C and Johnson Trippett, LS. Role of Research Associate, Medication Management In Assisted Living Settings, NIH Funded Grant.