Dr. Shenosky is a registered nurse and a graduate of the Hazleton State General Hospital School of Nursing, Hazleton, Pennsylvania. She received her Bachelor of Science from St. Joseph’s College, Maine; her Master of Science from Villanova; and her Doctorate from California InterContinental University. Her Registered Nurse experiences include Pediatric, Psychiatry, Long-Term Care, Corrections, Public Health and Oncology, where she was an Oncology Certified Nurse (OCN).
Dr. Shenosky has published a book: “Hydraulic Fracturing and Radon Impact on Public Health in Pennsylvania,” which addresses the research into current hydraulic fracturing efforts occurring in Northeastern Pennsylvania. This book also attempts to identify the environmental impact and effect on public health.
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