University of Massachusetts – Advisor, Faculty Resource
Association of Rehabilitation Nurses – Member, Volunteer, Liaison
National Quality Forum – Member, Volunteer, Leadership Consortium Member
Terrie Black is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts and a Nurse Reviewer for The Joint Commission. She is a former President of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (ARN). Black served as Chair of ARN’s Health Policy Committee and acts as ARN’s liaison to the National Quality Forum. She is the recipient of several prestigious awards from ARN, including the Distinguished Service Award and President’s Award. Black is a fellow in the American Heart Association and a member of its Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing Council. She is a PCORI Merit Reviewer, Ambassador, and mentor, serving on the Advisory Panel on Healthcare Delivery and Disparities Research. With over 30 years of rehabilitation nursing experience, Black is committed to including the patient’s voice, goals, and preferences in patient-centered care, outcomes, and research within the larger healthcare system.
Involvement with PCORI
Research: Developing Quality Metrics from Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) – Advisory Member, Research Partner
PCORI Merit Reviewer
Advisory Panel on Healthcare Delivery and Disparities Research