Teaching

TEACHING INTERESTS

Academic evaluation, hybrid learning, online learning, practice-based teaching

INSTRUCTOR OF RECORD

University of Tennessee, Department of Public Health
Fall 2016: Instructor of Record: Introduction to Public Health (PUBH 201)

Mount Ida College, School of Arts and Sciences
Spring 2014: Instructor of Record: Tapestry of Prejudice (JR 306; 2 sections)
Fall 2013: Instructor of Record: Freshman Seminar (CC 101; 4 sections)
Fall 2013: Instructor of Record: Truth and Propaganda (JR 301)
Summer 2013: Developed Course: Domestic and Sexual Violence (CJ 2XX; Pilot course)
Spring 2013: Instructor of Record: Sociology of Gender (SOC 304)
Spring 2012: Instructor of Record: Introduction to Women’s Studies (SOC 1XX; Pilot course)

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

University of Tennessee, Department of Public Health
Summer 2019: Teaching Assistant: Introduction to Public Health (PUBH 201 – Online asynchronous)
Spring 2019: Teaching Assistant: Introduction to Public Health (PUBH 201 – Online hybrid)
Fall 2018: Grader: Introduction to Epidemiology (PUBH 540)
Fall 2018: Grader: Introduction to Biostatistics (PUBH 530)
Spring 2018: Grader: Advanced Epidemiology (PUBH 640)
Fall 2017: Grader: Biostatistics (PUBH 530)
Spring 2016: Teaching Assistant: Introduction to Public Health (PUBH 201)

Boston University School of Public Health, Department of Community Health Sciences
Spring 2015: Teaching Assistant: Health of Adolescents and Young Adults (MC 795)
Fall 2014: Teaching Assistant: Needs Assessment for Health Promotion (SB 820)
Fall 2007: Teaching Assistant: Public Health Perspectives in Sexual Violence (SB 751)

GUEST LECTURES

Patterson JG. The Who, What, Why, and How of Conducting Qualitative Research for Public Health and Health Equity Research. Ohio State University, College of Public Health, Columbus, OH, February 2020.

Patterson JG. Translating population-health studies into policy research questions. University of Tennessee, College of Nursing, Knoxville, TN, December 2019.

Patterson JG. Conducting Focus Groups for Public Health Research. Lecture for Advanced Research Methods, University of Tennessee, Department of Public Health, Knoxville, TN, March 2018.

Patterson JG. Intimate Partner Violence: A Maternal and Child Health Perspective. Lecture for Introduction to Public Health, University of Tennessee, Department of Public Health, Knoxville, TN, October 2015.

Patterson JG. Invisibilities within ‘Invisible Illnesses’: LGBTQ experiences with Mental Health. Lecture for Mental Health and Public Health, Boston University School of Public Health, Department of Community Health Sciences, Boston, MA, October 2014.

Patterson JG. Current Research and Practice: Intimate Partner Violence and Mental Health. Lecture for Seminar in Clinical Case Study, Northeastern University, Department of Psychology, Boston, MA, January 2012.

Patterson JG. Intimate Partner Violence: Perpetration, Victimization, and Mental Health. Lecture for Seminar in Clinical Case Study, Northeastern University, Department of Psychology, Boston, MA, January 2011.

Patterson JG. Addressing Mental Health Issues in the Context Intimate Partner Violence: Infusing Harm-Reduction Methodologies Within Community-Based Organizations. Lecture for Seminar in Clinical Case Study, Northeastern University, Department of Psychology, Boston, MA,  January 2010.