Patricia Sparacino, RN, PhD, FAAN
As Academic Coordinator Emerita, my contributions are focused on the University of California, San Francisco-Chaminade University, Honolulu Collaborative, funded by the Atlantic Philanthropies Foundation and on providing clinical leadership consultation and support to UCSF Medical Center.
- Advanced Practice Nursing
- Clinical Nurse Specialist Role
- Protection of Human Subject Participation
- Endowment Task Force, Alpha Eta Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International
- Chapter Philanthropy Education Committee, Sigma Theta Tau International
|2011||Jane Norbeck Distinguished Alumnae Award, UCSF School of Nursing Alumnae Association|
|1992||Margretta M. Styles Award for Excellence in Nursing, Alpha Eta Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau|
|1991||Elected Fellow, American Academy of Nursing|
|1991||Award for Excellence in Cardiovascular Nursing, UCSF Medical Center|
|1979||Outstanding Teacher of the Year, UCSF School of Nursing Baccalaureate Class|
- Sparacino PSA, Cartwright C. (2009). The clinical nurse specialist. In AB Hamric, JA Spross and CM Hanson (Eds.), Advanced nursing practice: An integrative approach (4th Ed., pp. 349-379). Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co.
- Sparacino PSA, Roncoli M. (2008). Home care and heart disease. In D Moser & B Riegel (Eds.), Cardiac nursing: A companion to Braunwald's heart disease (pp. 1240-1249). Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co.
- Sparacino PS, Tong EM, Messias DK, Foote D, Chesla CA, Gilliss CL. (1997). The dilemmas of parents of adolescents and young adults with congenital heart disease. Heart & Lung, 26(3), 187-195. PMID: 9176686
- Sparacino P, Cooper D, Minarik P. (Eds.) (1990). The clinical nurse specialist: Implementation and impact. Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange.
- Gilliss CL, Sparacino PS, Gortner SR, Kenneth HY. (1985). Events leading to the treatment of coronary artery disease: Implications for nursing care. Heart & Lung, 14(4), 350-356. PMID: 2989221