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SE (Seung-Eun) Lee

Seung Eun (SE) Lee is a Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing at UMass Lowell.
Seung Eun LeeAssistant Professor
  • CollegeZuckerberg College of Health Sciences
  • DepartmentSusan and Alan Solomont School of Nursing
  • EmailSeungEun_Lee@uml.edu

Education

  • Ph D: Nursing, (2018), University of Illinois - Chicago, USA
  • Other, (2016), University of Illinois - Chicago, USA
  • MS: Nursing, (2014), University of British Columbia - Vancouver, Canada
  • BS: Nursing, (2003), Yonsei University - Seoul, Korea

Biography

Seung Eun (S.E.) Lee’s research interests include nursing administration, work environment, patient safety, quality of care and safety culture. Using multi-level conceptual model and analysis, her recent research focused on the influence of individual nurse and hospital characteristics and their interactions on patient safety and quality of care in acute care hospitals. Lee’s overall research goal is to contribute new knowledge for improving patient safety and quality of care. Prior to joining UMass Lowell, Lee was a Ph.D. candidate in nursing at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She holds a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea, and master’s degree in nursing from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Awards and Honors

  • GKNF-USA Scientific Scholarship (2017) - Global Korean Nursing Foundation
  • Johnson & Johnson/AACN Minority Nurse Faculty Scholarship (2017) - American Association of Colleges of Nursing, USA
  • Academy of International Leadership Development Award (2016) - University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
  • Graduate Student Nurses Organization Travel Award (2016) - University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Johnson & Johnson/AACN Minority Nurse Faculty Scholarship (2016) - American Association of Colleges of Nursing, USA
  • North America Yonsei Nursing College Alumni Scholarship (2016) - North America Yonsei Nursing College Alumni Scholarship Foundation, USA
  • Student Presenter Award (2016) - University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
  • Chieko Onoda Scholarship (2015) - University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Health Professional Student Council Travel Grant (2015) - University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Entry Award (2012) - University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Publications

  • Lee, S., Vincent, C., Flannegan, L. (2017) "A critique of the Theory of Unpleasant Symptoms," Advances in Nursing Science
  • Dahinten, S., Lee, S., MacPhee, M. (2016) "Disentangling the relationships between staff nurses’ workplace empowerment and job satisfaction.," Journal of Nursing Management 24:8 pp. 1060-107
  • Lee, S., Scott, L. (2016) "Hospital nurses’ work environment characteristics and patient safety outcomes: A literature review.," Western Journal of Nursing Research
  • Lee, S., Dahinten, S. (2016) "Psychometric evaluation of the McCloskey/Mueller Satisfaction Scale.," Japan Journal of Nursing Science 13:4 pp. 487-495

Presentations

  • G. Impacts of individual nurse and unit safety culture characteristics on nurse perceptions of patient safety: A multilevel modeling approach - GKNF International Nursing Conference, July 2017 - Chicago, USA
  • critique of the Theory of Unpleasant Symptoms - MNRS Conference 2016, March 2016 - Milwaukee, USA
  • Job satisfaction among staff nurses in relation to leader empowering behaviors, structural empowerment, and psychological empowerment, June 2015 - ICN Conference 2015, Seoul, Korea