Pamela Fallon

Pamela J. Fallon, MSN, ANP-BC, COHN-S

Research Associate

Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences
Safe Home Care and Hospitals

Research Interests

Occupational health, safety and wellbeing


Ph.D. Candidate: University of Massachusetts Lowell
M.S.N.: Boston College (1996)
B.S.N: Salem State University (1989)


Pam Fallon is a nurse practitioner who specializes in occupational health and wellness. She is passionate about improving the health, safety and wellbeing of workers. She currently leads the wellness committee and Sharps Injury Prevention Team at the hospital where she works. She is a doctoral student and adjunct instructor in the Solomont School of Nursing. Her dissertation work is exploring interventions to reduce stress and trauma among correctional officers. She is currently collaborating with the Safe Home Care Project intervention study research team where she brings expertise in Motivational Interviewing applications in health care and care work settings.

Selected Awards and Honors

Adult Nurse Practitioner 1996 to present, American Nurses Association, American Nurses Credentialing Center
Tobacco Treatment Specialist, University of Massachusetts Medical School 2012
Certified Medical Examiner, Department of Transportation, 2014
Certified Occupational Health Nurse- Specialist, July 2015

Selected Publications

Abraham, T., Fallon, P. J. (1997). Caring for the community: Development of the advanced practice nurse role. Clinical Nurse Specialist,11(5), 224-30.
Gallo, M., Fallon, P., Staskin, D. R.(1997). Urinary incontinence: Steps to evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. Nurse Practitioner, 22(2), 21-41.
Gallo, M. & Fallon, P. (1996). Evaluation of a pelvic floor treatment plan for patients undergoing radical prostatectomy. Urologic Nursing,16(1), 9-13.
Conducted a study examining the length of time to regain urinary continence after a radical prostatectomy. Examined quality of life issues related to incontinence. Presented findings at the Multi-Specialty Conference on Urinary Incontinence in Phoenix, AZ, January 1994.