Sarah Neal teaches Community Health Nursing at Anderson University in the School of Nursing, where she teaches concepts related to population health and global health issues. She collaborates with local health and social service organizations to provide clinical experiences for students in which they care for aggregates facing disparities in health. She coordinates Service Learning activities to meet critical health care needs of the community, including mass vaccination clinics and targeted health promotion programs in schools, churches, and community agencies. Prof. Neal routinely takes senior nursing students to the Jewish communities in Indianapolis, IN and Skokie, Il for a 2-week intercultural trip focusing on the religious and cultural traditions that affect nursing care given to patients in theJewish culture.
Professor Neal has presented at State and National conferences on areas related to public health, nursing education, and Service Learning. She is currently enrolled in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program at Indiana State University, with a focus on public health.
Sarah Neal has been at Anderson University since 2000.
Associate Professor of Nursing
B.S.N., B.S.W., Anderson University;
M.S.N., Indiana University
Fellow, Institute for Action Research in Community Health