Dr. James Montegrico is an Assistant Professor and the Academic Success Coordinator at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte–School of Nursing. He earned his PhD from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (USA), Master of Science in Nursing from Saint Paul University Philippines, and Bachelor Science of Nursing from the University of Santo Tomas (Philippines). He has a 30-year experience as a nurse, including 25 years as an educator in the associate, bachelor, masters, and doctoral levels of nursing education. His research interests include nursing education and nursing workforce, with special focus on internationally educated nurses and measurement of educational outcomes. Dr. Montegrico has several publications on his area of research and has presented his research at various local, regional, national, and international conferences. He is also an HIV/AIDS researcher, with research focus on improving HIV/AIDS knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors in adolescence and young adults and reducing stigma and discrimination among people living with HIV (PLHIV).
Title : Factors influencing National Council Licensure Examination–Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) outcomes of internationally educated nurses
Title : Creating an academic corporate partnership to support international nurses transitioning to the us healthcare system