Ph.D. University of Alabama at Birmingham (Admin. Of Health Services / Strategy)
Medical Aspects of Emergency and Disaster management
Evidence-based Practices in Healthcare Disaster Management
Global Disaster Medical and Healthcare Practices
Executive Decision-Making in the Evacuation of Healthcare Facilities
Medical Countermeasures for Weapons of Mass Destruction
Dr. McGlown has several books and articles including:
Anticipate – Response – Recover: Healthcare Leadership and Catastrophic Events
Terrorism and Disaster Management: Preparing Healthcare Leaders for the New Reality
Evidence-Based Criteria for Hospital Evacuation: The Case of Hurricane Katrina
Evidence-Based Criteria for Hospital Evacuation: The Case of Hurricane Katrina – Ten Years Later
Homeland Security Challenges in Nursing Practice
Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE); past-Board of Directors of the World Association of Disaster and Emergency Medicine (WADEM); Member, Sigma Theta Tau International (honor society of nursing); awarded 10 Who’s Who designations; Award for Public Service (highest commendation awarded a civilian for public service) – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, DOT.
Work Experience includes the following US agencies and organizations: FEMA-HQ; Battelle Memorial Institute, Argonne National Laboratories, DOD-CENTCOM, DHS/FEMA’s Center for Domestic Preparedness. Served as a Consultant to many organizations, including the CDC, and International Medical Corps.