Sarah J. Murray, is a doctoral student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa focusing on the community reintegration of the severely wounded veteran. After serving in the Army National Guards of Ohio, Alabama and Texas as a combat medic, she received her undergraduate degree from Northwestern State University. She was the recipient of the Baptist Health Foundation scholarship at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Texas where she completed her master’s in nursing in the Clinical Nurse Specialist program. Her dissertation focus is on the community reintegration of the severely wounded service member and the long-term outcomes of this population. She is currently a research nurse for the Geneva Foundation working at the US Army Institute of Surgical Research working on a project she was part of during her master’s studies that focuses on improving communication in the burn intensive care unit.
Research/Clinical Practice Area: Jonas Nurse Leader – Reintegration of the Severely Wounded Service Member
Dissertation: Reintegration of the Severely Wounded Service Member