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Dr. Jodie Gary


Dr. Jodie Gary joined Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Nursing (CON) in 2008 as Assistant Professor (non-tenured) and earned her PhD in 2012 from the University of Texas at Tyler. She currently teaches undergraduate and graduate evidenced-based practice and scholarship and honors research seminar. She has taught 18 CON courses – half of which she developed – and was the first CON recipient of the Texas A&M University Distinguished Achievement Award in Teaching.

Gary’s research spans person-centered care that facilitates cross-disciplinary and interprofessional collaborations to serve complex and underserved populations through lessons learned on what is “going right”. She harnessed concentration on person-centered interventions, melding her background in emergency services, interprofessional collaborations and care of those with chronic diseases into funded projects impacting morbidity and mortality of substance use disorder in rural communities.

Gary is honored by faculty fellowships, one representing interprofessional education (IPE) and another health systems design. She was awarded the IPE Excellence in Leadership Award in 2019. She is currently co-chair of the Executive Leadership Committee of an international, multidisciplinary Intensive Care Unit Design Taskforce for the Society for Critical Care Medicine with guidelines to be published in 2024.

Dr. Jodie Gary
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