Jamie Turgeon-Drake

Jamie Turgeon-Drake

Instructor

HEALTH SCIENCES

Beacom Hall 321

Phone: (605) 677-3902

Email: Jamie.Turgeon-Drake@usd.edu

Bio:

I Graduated from USD with a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences along with a minor in World Religions. I also received my master's degree from USD in Adult and Higher Education. I am an instructor in the Health Science Major within the School of Health Sciences. I teach face to face and online. I created and teach the curriculum for HSC/NATV 330 Native People's Health Care Promotion and Policy & co-created HSC 375 US and Global Healthcare Systems (a course on human rights with a travel abroad component). I also teach HSC 110 Interdisciplinary Healthcare Teams, HSC 380 Health Literacy and Culture Care along with HSC 460 Leading change. I also work with honors students on their undergraduate research and scholarship along with facilitating Enter Mentoring to other professors though the HHMI grant on Inclusive Excellence here at USD. Our passion in the Health Sciences Major is to help the School of Health Sciences meet their goals as well as creating culturally attuned inclusive health care workers.


Teaching Interests:

My areas of interest are culture care, Native American Health and wellness, health literacy, Human Rights, health disparities, emotional intelligence, Interprofessional and public health/health education. I also like to incorporate learning where student embrace diversity with inclusivity driven outcomes in their career goals, school and daily lives. I also enjoy mentoring our undergraduate students, teaching courses with a service-learning component and directing the honors student's research thesis projects as well.


Research Interests:

Some of my outside research interests' areas are alternative/holistic/integrated healthcare, culture care, traditional/indigenous health care, Native American healing traditions, essential oils and their ties to pharmaceuticals today along with ways to better mentor first generation and diverse students. I have helped Honors students work on their honors thesis in areas such as holistic Occupational Therapy, Obesity related to the care givers perception, Traditional Native American Healing incorporated into health care, holistic infertility treatment, oral health, missing and endangered women with an emphasis on Indigenous women, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and colleges student's perception on vaccinations.


Education:

  • MA, Adult and Higher Education, University of South Dakota, 2015
  • BS, Health Science Major, University of South Dakota, 2013

Licensures and Certifications:

  • CIMER Facilitating Entering Mentoring Training , CIMER
  • How Can I measure my Faculty Development Impact, CTL

Grants:

  • Curriculum Transformation: Healthcare as a Basic Human Right, School of Health Science. Grant Role: Co-Principal. (2019 - Present)
  • Enhancing educational outcomes using a technology component in the classroom, Health Affairs Medical Informatics Committee (HAMIC). Grant Role: Supporting. (2017 - 2017)
  • Funding requested to buy iPads and charging cart, Health Affairs Medical Informatics Committee (HAMIC). Grant Role: Supporting. (2018)

Awards and Honors:

  • Greek/Order of Omega Faculty of the year 2018, Order of Omega/Greek Life, 2018
  • Belbas-Larson Award Nominee Excellence in Teaching, Belbas-Larson Award, 2018
  • Lamda Chi teacher of the year nominee, Lamda Chi, 2017
  • Alpha Eta National Honors Society, Health Science Department, 2017
  • Alpha Eta National Honors Society, School of Health Sciencse, 2017
  • Teacher of the year Health Sciences Nominee, Health Sciencse, 2017
  • Belbas-Larson Award Nominee, Excellence in teaching, 2017

Presentations:

  • Wolff, Becky, Turgeon-Drake, Jamie. Using Photovoice to Facilitate Dialogue about Health Disparities within Communities. Presented at the SHAPE Central District Conference, Sioux Falls, SD. (January 26, 2018)
  • Turgeon-Drake, Jamie, Wolff, Becky. Pathway Success through Self-Development and Emotional Intelligence. Presented at the Pathways into Health, Seattle, Washington. (October 12, 2015)
  • Turgeon-Drake, Jamie, Wolff, Becky, . Pathway Success through Self-Development and Emotional Intelligence. Presented at the Pathways into Health, Seattle, Washington. (October 12, 2015)
  • Turgeon-Drake, Jamie, Wolff, Becky, Lind, Laurie. USD Health Science Major: Pathways into a HealthCare Career/USD Health Science Course: HSC 330 Native Peoples' Health Care Promotion and Policy. Presented at the Pathways into Health, Seattle, Washington. (October 12, 2015)