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Rita E Stuckey

Rita E Stuckey

Founder
Care Advocate Program
USA

Biography

Rita Stuckey completed her Bachelors in Nursing from California State University, Los Angeles, Masters in Public Administration from California University, East Bay, Masters in Education from Mills College, and Doctorate in Educational Leadership at Mills College. She has served as the Director of nursing, care management, care coordination, and utilization management in acute, long-term acute, skilled nursing, home health, hospice, psychiatric, and public health care organizations. Dr. Stuckey served on the Board of Governors at Mills College; and is the first African American nurse to earn a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Mills. She is the founder of the Care Advocate Program, an author and educator.

Research Interest

nursing, care management, care coordination, and utilization management in acute, long-term acute, skilled nursing, home health, hospice, psychiatric, and public health