Michael D. Kneeland, MD, MPH, FACP
Professor of Nursing in the GSN
Clinical Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health in the School of Medicine
Adjunct Clinical Professor of Public Health and Family Medicine at Tufts Medical School
Michael is a graduate of UMass Amherst, Tufts Medical School, and the Harvard School of Public Health. He completed his residency in internal medicine at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Boston where he remained on the medical staff for several years. He is board certified in internal medicine. He has taught epidemiology and biostatistics to nursing students and medical students for several years.
He is a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the American Medical Association,the American College of Physicians, the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education, and the Professional Ski Instructors Association.
Distinguished Faculty Award, Doctoral Program, UMass GSN
Distinguished Career in Teaching Award, Tufts Medical School
Alpha Omega Alpha, Alumnus Member, Tufts Medical School
Fellow American College of Physicians
Seymour-Route P, Hale P, Kneeland M, Pugnaire M Interprofessional Education: The Role of Accelerated Nursing Programs in Preparing the Nurse of the Future Book Chapter: Accelerated Education in Nursing: Challenges, Strategies and Future Directions
Campion, FX, Kneeland, M. Malpractice Book Chapter: The Business of Medicine. Philadelphia. Hanley & Belfus. 1998
Weinberg, DH, Rizzo, JF, Hayes, MT, Kneeland, MD, Kelly, JJ. Ocular
Myasthenia Gravis: Predictive Value of Single Fiber EMG, Muscle and Nerve, 16 April 1999, 1222-1227
Collins, M, Kneeland, M, et al. The Massachusetts Risk Management Survey (MaRMS) of Teaching Hospital Physicians. Perspectives in Healthcare Risk Management. Spring, 1997.
Scully P, Bucho J, Harner L, Kneeland M, Ramirez J, Hammond H, Jackson C. Risk Management Pearls for Physicians: Managing Risk Through Effective Communication, American Society for Healthcare Risk Management, pamphlet, 1993
Collins M, Kneeland, M. Risk Management Crisis Control: Inpatient Suicides. Perspectives In Healthcare Risk Management. Summer 1991, volume 11, Number 3.
Collins M, Kneeland M. Developing Effective Security Plans in the Nursery and Maternity Departments. Plant, Technology, and Safety Management Series. Number 4, 1991 Series.
UMass GSN participation in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Partner’s Investing in Nursing’s Future (PIN 6)