JOSEPHINE FAVA HOCHULI serves as clinical assistant professor and director of clinical placements in the Department of Nursing. She is a registered nurse in the state of Maryland.
She began her nursing career in 1983 as a staff nurse. Since then, she has held positions as a nurse recruiter, a member of the National Institute on Drug Abuse Institutional Review Board, a quality and patient safety nurse, and a health effectiveness data information sets nurse. Before joining the faculty at USC, Hochuli served as director of clinical partner relations and placement for Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. In this position, she oversaw the placement and contract process for the school’s pre-licensure and graduate programs.
Hochuli’s passion for improving the quality of nursing education and patient outcomes is evidenced by her involvement as executive board member and convention committee chair in her state nurses association, her current practice in quality management and her clinical education research activities. She was endorsed by the Maryland Nurses Association and selected to participate in the American Nurses Advocacy Institute fellowship program through the American Nurses Association.
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University: DNP 2019
Stevenson University: MS, Nursing: Concentration Leadership/Management 2013
University of Maryland: BSN 1983
Areas of Expertise (4)
Industry Expertise (5)
Health and Wellness
Health Care - Providers
Health Care - Services
Second Place, Poster Presentation (professional)
2014 second place for poster presentation at the 111th MNA conference.
- Maryland Nurses Association
Research Articles & Publications (1)
Jeffries, P. R., Rose, L., Belcher, A. E., Dang, D., Fava Hochuli, J., Fleishcmann, D., Gerson, L., … Walrath, J. M.
2012 The clinical academic practice partnership (CAPP), a clinical redesign based on the dedicated education unit concept, was developed and implemented by large, private school of nursing in collaboration with 4 clinical partners to provide quality clinical education, to explore new clinical models for the future, and to test an innovative clinical education design.