Julie Pusztai is an instructor in the School of Nursing. After eight years working as clinical instructor and assistant to the founder of the Neighborhood Wellness Center (NWC), Pusztai is now the director of the center and continues as an instructor in the undergraduate community health nursing course. The NWC is open to the community where Pusztai and the nursing students provide health promotion, wellness education, and appropriate referrals. The NWC is currently implementing a diabetes prevention program in the Azusa community, providing residents with education regarding nutrition and physical activity.
PhD (in progress) - Loma Linda School of Nursing, Loma Linda University
MS - Family Mental Health Nursing, Azusa Pacific University, 1998
BS - Nursing, Azusa Pacific University, 1977
Credentials/Certifications Licensed Registered Nurse, California Board of Registered Nursing, 1977; February 2007 to 2009
State of California Public Health Nursing Certificate, 1977 to present
American Heart Association CPR certification, September 2007 to 2009
School of Nursing
Chronic Disease Prevention
Community and Public Health
Health Education and Wellness
GNRS 504 – Bioethics and Health Policy GNRS 574 – Foundations of Professional Nursing UNRS 306 – Theoretical Frameworks for Nursing UNRS 410 – Community Health Nursing
Mondays 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Hugh and Hazel Darling Library, Building One, Room 361, West Campus