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Prior to joining the Graduate Entry Pathway program in 2008, Patrick Griswold worked for 17 years as clinician, administrator, and educator in behavioral health with a focus on patients with major mental illness and addictive disorders. He graduated from the GEP program in 2011 in the nurse educator track. Patrick worked at the Faulkner Hospital, inpatient level 4 detox program as an RN. Currently, he is adjunct faculty at Mass College of Pharmacy's Boston and Worcester campuses, teaching mental health nursing and serving as clinical instructor, as well as teaching the mental health nursing course and serving as clinical instructor for year 1 GEP students. In addition, patrick co-teaches traditional, DNP and PhD students.
1986- A.B. Hamilton College, - major Psychology
1994- MEd. University of Massachusetts, Boston- Counseling Psychology
2011- MSN University of Massachusetts, Worcester- Nurse Educator
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