Elizabeth Petit de Mange, Assistant Professor at Villanova University's College of Nursing, teaches community health, physical assessment, nursing process and pediatrics. Among her professional interests are American Indian and Alaska Native health, cultural competency, maternal-child health and the healthcare needs of the homeless.
Dr. Petit de Mange holds a BSN from Thomas Jefferson University, an MSN from Widener University and a PhD in Nursing from the University of Colorado. She has also earned a Post Masters Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate from Wilmington University.
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