Dr. Angelina Chambers Dr. Angelina Chambers Associate Dean and Professor
School of Nursing

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Dr. Angelina N. Chambers has a distinguished record of service as an educator and nurse clinician, practicing as a certified nurse-midwife and administrator in clinical and nursing education for over 40 years. Her teaching career encompasses work with baccalaureate, master’s level, and doctoral students. Her research centers on maternal-infant bonding and attachment in incarcerated women as well as research on the impact of government policies on reproductive health practices from an international perspective. She can speak on the impact of governmental policies on women’s healthcare, female prisoners in the United States, and women living in low-resource settings throughout the world; undergraduate and graduate nursing education/curriculum; and the impact of the nurse-midwifery profession on women/maternal/infant health care.


  • Doctor of Philosophy - Nursing - The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (2006)
  • Master of Science in Nursing - Maternal - Newborn Nursing - Yale (1981)
  • Bachelor of Science - Nursing - Skidmore College (1976)


  • Self-management of menopausal symptoms in Ghanian Women. (2009)
  • Establishment of a New Haven Practice-Based Midwifery Research Network


  • "Hospital nurses' lived experience of power"
    Journal of Nursing Scholarship
    (2015) Vol. 47 Page 267-274
  • "Perceptions, attitudes, and self-management of natural menopausal symptoms in Ghanaian women"
    Health Care for Women International
    (2012) Vol. 33 Page 560-574
  • "Navigating the challenges of prison research with women."
    Nurse Educator
    (2011) Vol. 36 Page 256-259


  • "Partnering with Faith-Based Organizations to Provide International Undergraduate Nursing Clinical Experiences Through Mission Trips" (2018)
    47th Global Nursing & Healthcare Conference
  • "African American Maternal Mortality/Morbidity Rates in the United States" (2018)
    Whole Mother radio show on Pacifica KPFT 90.1
  • "The lived Experience of African American Nurse-Midwifery Students" (2017)
    American College of Nurse-Midwives, 62nd Annual Meeting and Exhibitiion
  • "Perceptions, Attitudes, andSelf-Management of Natural Menopausal Symptoms in Ghanaian, Women." (2012)
    President's Faculty Research and Scholarship Colloquium

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  • English
  • Spanish