Ms. Eagle teaches graduate students in the Primary Care Nurse Practicioner programs. She also leads two elective seminars on Global Health for undergraduate and graduate students. In addition, she has served as a clinical preceptor to adult and family Nurse Practitioner students and also supervised clinical placements for students from the Schools of Social Work, Pharmacy, and Medicine.
Megan has done research on the health care needs of uninsured adults in Washtenaw County, the adaptability Group Prenatal Care models to the family practice setting and on strategies for addressing maternal mortality in rural areas.
Marvicsin, D., Eagle, M., Munro, M., Harlow-Rosentraub, K., Pohl, J. Lessons learned from examining after hours call patterns in two nurse-managed health centers (In press).
Lori, JR, Livingston, L, Eagle, M, Rominski, S, Nakua, E, Ageyi-Baffour, P. (2014). Rural origin and exposure drives Ghanian midwives” reported future practice. African Journal or Reproductive Health. 18(3): 84-89.
Marvicsin, D., Boucher, N., Eagle, M. (2013). Youth bullying: implications for primary care providers. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners.