Staci Taylor, PhD, RN, CNE

  • Staci TaylorAssistant Professor
  • Southeastern Louisiana University
    School of Nursing
    Baton Rouge Center
    4849 Essen Lane
    Baton Rouge, LA 70809
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    • Ph.D. Southern University and A&M College
    • M.S.N. Southern University and A&M College
    • B.S.N. Southern University and A&M College


Licensure and Board Certifications

    • Registered Nurse in Louisiana
    • Registered Nurse in Alabama
    • Certified Nurse Educator


Academic Positions

  • Assistant Professor, Southeastern Louisiana University

Honors & Awards

    • Celebrate Nursing Honoree, Baton Rouge District Nurses Association
    • Selected to participate in NLN Ambassador Program

Professional Affiliations

    • Sigma Theta Tau International, Rho Zeta Chapter
    • American Nurses Association
    • Louisiana State Nurses Association
    • Baton Rouge District Nurses Association
    • AARP’s Futures Council
    • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, Baton Rouge Delta Alumnae Chapter
    • Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Incorporated, Psi Phi Chapter
    • American Stroke Association

Areas of Research Interest

  • Older Adults
  • Breast Health
  • Breast Cancer
  • Health Promotion and Healthy Lifestyles


Selected Publications & Presentations

    • Anderson, S. T. (2011). Exploring the Relationship of Breast Cancer Knowledge and Breast Cancer Screening Practices in African American and Caucasian Women. Manuscript submitted for publication.
    • Wells, J. R. and Anderson, S. T. (2011). Self-efficacy and social support in African Americans diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease.  The Association of Black Nursing Faculty Journal, 22(1), 9-12.
    • "Knowledge, Cancer Fatalism, and Spirituality as Predictors of Breast Cancer Screening Practices for African American and Caucasian Women", Southern University, School of Nursing, Baton Rouge Louisiana and LSUHSC, New Orleans, Louisiana
    • “Knowledge as a Predictor of Breast Cancer Screening Practices”, Baton Rouge District Nurses Association, Baton Rouge, Louisiana


Selected Funded Projects and Research

    • Laptop Computers for Classroom Instruction at the Baton Rouge Nursing Center SLU Student Technology Fee. 2011.
    • Assessing Functional Ability of the Older Adult, SLU Center’s Innovative Teaching Initiative Grant. 2009.