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California State University, Long Beach
Department of Criminal Justice

Shirley Feldmann-Jensen, R.N., M.P.H.

Lecturer, Emergency Services Administration Program

Education

Ph.D. (in progress) -- University of Southern California (Policy, Planning, and Development)
C.H.E.S. -- Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health (Health Emergencies in Large Populations)
M.P.H. -- California State University, Long Beach (Public Health)
B.S.N. -- University of Minnesota (Nursing)

Statement of Professional Engagement:

Professor Feldmann-Jensen is a scholar-practitioner with a broad, international background in public health. Managing a refugee camp public health program in Malaysia was a formative experience for her. Her interest and proficiency in education was developed during the years she lived and worked in New Zealand. Most recently, she was a consultant developing plans, policy, and training for local response to bio-terrorism incidents and naturally occurring epidemics. Her research interest is at the intersection of infectious disease, disaster and policy.  Additionally, she is a Certified Health Education Specialist and holds several certifications from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

The need to prepare the next generation to recognize and understand the patterns characteristic of disasters has drawn her to be a lecturer in the CSULB Emergency Services Administration program (EMER).  She is dedicated to fostering excellence in students and translating theory into practice.

Research Interests

  • Public health issues in emergency management
  • Crisis emergency response
  • Hepatitis prevention in immigrant populations
  • Public health responses to bio-terrorism
  • International disaster management
  • Influenza preparedness

 

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Email: Shirley.Jensen@csulb.edu

Direct Dial Phone: (562) 985-7489

Office Location: Engineering Technologies (E-Tec) 242

Classes Professor Feldmann-Jensen Teaches at CSULB

  • EMER 501: Principles of Emergency Services Administration
  • EMER 542: Emergency Planning and Management
  • EMER 548: Risk, Crisis, and Inter-Agency Communications
  • EMER 605: Public Health Issues in Emergency Management
  • EMER 631: International Emergency Administration Systems: Comparative Analysis