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Associate Clinical Professor, School of Nursing


Curriculum Vitae


Enid A. Rossi


PERSONAL DATA


Position & Employer:


Associate Clinical Professor, School of Nursing

Northern Arizona University

Professional Nurse licensure:


1968-present Arizona RN


EDUCATION


Date Degree Institution Field(s) of Study


2002 Ed. D. Northern Arizona University Curriculum &

Instruction

Doctoral Dissertation: An Evaluation of a Self-Directed, Group-Supportive Action Research Approach for Nursing Faculty Teacher Development

Dissertation Chair: Stephen D. Lapan, Ph.D



1971 M.S. California State University Nursing

Los Angeles, CA

EPDA Fellowship in Nursing

Education

Masters Thesis: Concerns of Patients Experiencing Outpatient Procedures


1965 B.S. California State University Nursing

Honors Los Angeles, CA

1963 Diploma Hollywood Presbyterian Nursing

Hospital, School of Nursing, CA


^ PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS


Dates Position, Institution


8/05-present Associate Clinical Professor, School of Nursing, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ


6/94-5/05 Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Nursing, Northern Arizona

University, Flagstaff, AZ.


8/94-5/95 Associate Faculty, Coconino Community College, Flagstaff, Arizona.



10/94-1/95 Interim Director, Family Health Center, Native Americans for Community Action, Inc., Flagstaff, Arizona.

1/93-11/93 Clinical Supervisor, Native Americans for Community Action, Inc.,

Family Health Center, Flagstaff, AZ.


Provided supervision for Health Center staff. Facilitated staff and

other team meetings with a problem solving focus. Developed and

coordinated a volunteer program. Completed requirements for OSHA

compliance. Working with staff, developed diabetic and prenatal

educational flow sheets and quality assurance chart reviews.

8/88-8/90 Patient Teaching Coordinator, Navajo Community College at Northern Arizona University Liaison Office, Flagstaff, AZ.


With a team, planned, developed, coordinated, implemented, and evaluated a Navajo Geriatric Patient/Family Teaching Program. This was accomplished working with advisory committees using a group problem solving approach. Developed curriculum and taught the following workshops: Functional Assessment of the Navajo Elder

How to Use Resources and Make Referrals with

Navajo Elders and Their Families

Facilitating Elder/Family Group Problem Solving and Planning.

2/86-Present Health and Educational Consultant/Trainer, Private Practice, Flagstaff, Arizona.


1/84-1/86 Project Director, Navajo Community College, Tsaile, AZ (Federal Grant Project “Continuing Education for Nurses on the Navajo Nation")

Developed curriculum for six (6) culturally-specific nursing workshops

based on needs assessments. Coordinated the training and evaluation

of instructors.


8/81-8/83 Nurse Educator I, Navajo Community College, Tsaile, AZ (Federal

Grant Project "Continuing Education for Nurses on the Navajo Nation")


Provided leadership in planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating nursing specific continuing education programs. Developed

grassroots nursing continuing education committees. Published and

distributed quarterly continuing education newsletter.


9/76-6/81 Assistant Professor in Nursing, Baccalaureate Program, Northern

Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.


Recommended for merit increase 4/81 for "excelling in classroom

instruction and in relationship with students."


9/71-5/76 Nursing Instructor, Associate Degree Program, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.


9/68-9/70 Public Health Nurse, Los Angeles County Health Department, CA.

Served as staff advisor in the orientation of new staff. Managed a busy

district and prenatal clinic along with three (3) religious-sponsored

schools. Served as interpreter for Spanish-speaking patients.


1/68-8/68 TB Control Nurse, Arizona State Department of Health, Phoenix, AZ.

Co-developed a TB control program for the 5 northern counties of

Arizona.


8/67-1/68 Office Nurse, OB/GYN, Drs. McMahon & Martin, Flagstaff, AZ

Served as clinical office manager and nurse.

8/67-9/67 Camp Nurse, Crippled Children's Society, Los Angeles, CA.


Responsible for health care for Crippled Children's Camp Joan Mier.


1/67-6/67 Staff Nurse, Flagstaff Community Hospital, Flagstaff, AZ.


Staff nurse for the medical-surgical unit.


9/65-6/66 Public Health Nurse, Los Angeles County Health Department, CA.


Managed a district and well-child clinic. Served as prenatal counseling

nurse.


10/66-12/66 I.C.U. Nurse, Olmstead Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville, NC.


Relief I.C.U. Nurse in a newly developed unit.


6/63-8/65 Staff Nurse, Valley Presbyterian Hospital, Van Nuys, CA

Part-time staff nurse for medical-surgical units and recovery room.


^ HONORS, DISTINCTIONS, AWARDS AND APPOINTMENTS:


2005-6 Selected for inclusion in the 10th 8th edition of Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. College students who have been cited for academic excellence themselves in The National Dean’s List are invited to nominate one teacher for their entire academic experience. Who’s Who selects 5% of our nation’s teachers.


2004 Selected for inclusion in the 8th edition of ^ Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. College students who have been cited for academic excellence themselves in The National Dean’s List are invited to nominate one teacher for their entire academic experience. Who’s Who selects 5% of our nation’s teachers.


2002 Received an ^ Outstanding Faculty Partner Award from Cline Library. The award features NAU faculty members who promote the Library’s programs and services and make innovative use of the Library’s technology and resources.


1999 Poem accepted for “The HeART of Nursing” display at the 35th Biennial Convention, San Diego, California.


1997 LOUIE Award for Inspirational Teacher, 2nd place, Associated Students at NAU.


1986 Executive producer of video "What More Can I Do?" A Nurse's

Experience with a Navajo Cancer Patient, winner of 2nd place,

community health nursing category, ^ American Journal of Nursing

Media Festival.


Certificate of Recognition and Appreciation for active support and leadership for the provision of continuing nursing education for nurses

on or near the Navajo Nation, Navajo Community College.


1981 Certificate of Award for outstanding service as Chair of the Coconino

County Health Advisory Committee.


1978 Certificate of Appreciation for years of special leadership for ethnic

inclusion and cultural diversity in nursing, Western Council on Higher

Education for Nursing.


^ CONTINUING EDUCATION:


April 8, 2010 The Future of NAU in Tight Budgetary Times, Dr. Howard Bunsis, Faculty Senate, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ


March 31, 2010 Questioning, Listening, and Responding to Promote Better Discussions with author Stephen Preskill, Faculty Development Program, Flagstaff, AZ


March 25, 2010 Discussion as a Way of Teaching (book discussion), Faculty Development Program, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ


March 1, 2010 Healing and the Humanities Symposium, College of Arts and Letters, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ


February 19, 2010 Dr. George Blue Spruce: Searching for My Destiny, College of Health and Human Services, Flagstaff, AZ


February 13, 2010 Insights into Teaching about Race, Gender, and Class, Diversity Symposium session, Faculty Development Program, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ


December 3-5, 2009 3rd Annual Nurse Faculty-Nurse Executive Summit, ^ Nursing Economics, Scottsdale, AZ, 13.75 CE hours for 10 presentation sessions and 1 poster session


November 21, 2009 Insights from Traditional Knowledge Studies: Scholarship and Teaching, Diversity Symposium session, Faculty Development Program, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ


November 13, 2009 Children, Trauma, Loss & Self-Regulation, Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth, Flagstaff, AZ, 2 CE hours


April 3, 2009 Health and Health Care Crisis: Spring Conference, Interdisciplinary health Policy Institute, Flagstaff, AZ, 5.5 CE hours


March 27, 2009 What Can We Learn From and About Generation Me? Jean Twenge, Provost’s Speaker Series, NAU, Flagstaff, AZ


February 13, 2009 Insights from Native American Studies, Office of the President, NAU, Flagstaff, AZ


November 21, 2008 Creative Ways to Evaluate Classroom and Clinical Performance, Sue Pieper, Coordinator for Assessment, E Learning Center, Kathleen Thatcher, Program Coordinator for Academic Assessment, Landscapes on learning, School of Nursing, NAU


October 17, 2008 Teaching IOM Conference, AZ NA, Tempe, AZ, 5.25 contact hours


October, 3, 2008 Problem Based Learning, NAU Faculty Development Program, Flagstaff, AZ


October 22-23, 2008 Conference: Weaving Patterns of Practice, Professional and Organization Network in Higher Education, Reno, NV


July 17-18, 2008 Nurse Educator Conference in the Rockies, Breckenridge, CO. 6 contact hours.


May 18-19, 2007 Center for American Nurses Lead Summit 2007 Centering on the Workforce…Focusing on the Future, San Antonio, TX, 10.5 contact hours.


Sept. 19-20,2007 Arizona Nurses’Association 2007 Biennial Convention Breakout sessions: a. Building the Bridge to Enhance Control Over Nursing Practice; b. Improving Work Environment; c. Professional Growth and Transitions.


October 25-6, 2007 Navajoland Nurses: Voicing Health Promotion Skills to Improve Navajo Health and Reduce Disparities, Indian Health Service Clinical Support Center, Flagstaff, AZ


November 1-2, 2007 Fostering Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum and Doing Program Assessment When Learning Matters Most, Tom Angelo, Faculty Development Program, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ


November 30, 2007 New Directions in Diversity Symposium, Issues in Teaching and Scholarship: Insights into Teach Strategies, Faculty Development Program, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ


March 12, 2008 Faculty Book Discussion: When Race Breaks Out: Conversations about Race and Racism in College Classrooms by Helen Clark, Faculty Development Program, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ


March 1, 2007 Engaging Students in Undergraduate Research, Faculty Development,

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.


November 5, 2006 Nurturing the Nurturer Conference, 4.75 CEU credits, Flagstaff, AZ.


November 10, 2006 Integrative Healing Conference: New Ways to Impact Positive Patient

Outcomes, 6 contact hours, Arizona Nurses Association, Phoenix, AZ.


Oct. 20-21, 2006 Navajoland Nursing: Sacred Space and Caring Science, 9.6 CEU

credits, Flagstaff, AZ


March 31, 2006 Nursing Education in the 21st Century, 4.8 contact hours, Arizona State

University College of Nursing.


January 30, 2006 New “Superbug” a Danger for Even the Young and Health, 1 contact

Hour, Nursing Spectrum Continuing Education.


October 6-8, 2005 From Nursing Science to the Nursing Workplace: Creating New Pathways, National Nursing Administration Research Conference, Tucson, AZ, 12.6 contact hours, University of Arizona College of Nursing.


Sept. 23-24, 2005 Creating a Better Tomorrow Biennial Convention, 9 contact hours,

Tucson, Arizona Nurses Association.


May 24-37, 2005 E-Learning Institute, Pedagogies and Strategies, Emerging Technologies, Creating Online Courses, and Assessment, Northern

Arizona University.


April 29, 2005 Evidence Based Practice Research Conference, Northern Arizona Health

Care and Lambda Omicron Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International,

Flagstaff, AZ 86001: 5.5 contact hours

April 16, 2004 Clinical Reasoning Workshop, Danie J. Pesut, PhD, President, STTI,

Flagstaff, AZ: 5 contact hours


March 2004 3rd AZ STTI Research Consortium Conference, Phoenix, AZ

Linking Research and Practice: Expanding Nursing Knowledge

5.1 contact hours


November 1-5, 2003 37th Biennial Convention, Sigma Theta Tau International, Toronto,

Canada

Clinical Sessions: Linking Practice and Scholarship through Diverse Partnerships: 13.5 contact hours

Scientific Sessions: Building Research Partnerships Globally: 8.4 contact hours

Leadership Sessions: Leading in Diverse Environments 5.1 contact hours


July 2003 14th Annual Nurse Educator Conference in the Rockies, Brickenridge,

CO.

Measuring Outcomes: 1 contact hour

Legal Aspects of Delegation and Supervision: 1 contact hour

A Journey to a Balanced Personal and Professional Life: 1.8 hour

A New Academic Priority: 2.4 contact hours

Unsafe and Failing Students: The Legal Landscape: 2.4 hours

Fear Factors for Faculty: 1.8 contact hours


Spring 2002 Strategic Planning Process, Sigma Theta Tau, Lambda Omicron Chapter, Flagstaff, Arizona, 1.5 contact hours.


Fall 2001 Leading The Way For Clinical Excellence, Sigma Theta Tau, Indianapolis, 9.6 contact hours.

Leading and Learning: Moving From I Can’t to I can, Sigma Theta Tau

Indianapolis, 6.0 contact hours.


Global Leadership Through Nursing Research, Sigma Theta Tau,

Indianapolis, 7.6 contact hours.


Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills, American Cancer Society, Flagstaff, Arizona, 4.0 contact hours.



  1. Health Care Among Navajo People: The Evolving Navajo Culture,

Sigma Theta Tau, Lambda Omicron Chapter, Flagstaff, Arizona, 1.2 contact hours.


Nursing Makes a Difference, Scholarly Conference, Sigma Theta Tau,

Lambda Omicron Chapter, Flagstaff, Arizona, 5.7 contact hours.


2000 Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, Flagstaff, Arizona, 12 contact hours with certification.


1999 Demystifying Managed Care Conference, Sigma Theta Tau, Los Angeles, California, 7 contact hours.


Enhancing Health in the New Millennium Through Nursing Knowledge, Research Conference, Sigma Theta Tau, Lambda Omicron Chapter, Flagstaff, Arizona, 5.7 contact hours.


16th Annual Conference, Arizona Educational Research Organization, Flagstaff, Arizona.


Improving Patient Care Through Education/Practice Partnerships, Centennial Area Health Education Center, Quincy, Illinois, 15.5 contact hours.


An Unforgettable Evening with Russell Means, Flagstaff, Arizona, 2.5 contact hours.


Sigma Theta Tau International 35th Biennial Convention, San Diego, California, 22.7 contact hours.


1998 Annual Research Conference, Lambda Omicron Chapter, Sigma Theta

Tau, Flagstaff, Arizona, 4.8 contact hours


A Discussion of the Latest Findings in Alzheimer’s Disease: Detection,

Research, and Treatments, Atria Kachina Point, Sedona, Arizona.


Building Effective Teams in the College Classroom, A Teaching & Learning Roundtable with Marina Combs, College of Business Administration, Flagstaff, Arizona.


1997 Moving Through Grief and Loss, Flagstaff, Arizona, 6.3 contact hours. Recognizing the Need for Self-Care and Self-Imposed Limits, Flagstaff, Arizona, 6.6 contact hours.


The 30th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, 11th Annual WIN Assembly, “Nursing: Changing the Environment” 11.5 continuing education credit hours.


5th Annual Scholarly Conference “Sharing Research and Innovations in Nursing Education and Practice,” Flagstaff, Arizona, 5.25 contact hours.


Helping Children with Attachment and Separation Issues, Flagstaff, Arizona, 5.5 contact hours.


Colleagues in Chaos: Nursing Leadership in Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona, 4.1 contact hours.


Sigma Theta Tau International 1996/1997 Regional Assembly, Salt Lake City, Utah.


1988 Person-Centered Therapy, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff,

Arizona, 13 contact hours.


1982-4 How to do Stress Training Workshops

Leadership and Management Training Process Consultation

Effective Team Building

University Associates, San Diego, California


RESEARCH:

2002 Dissertation Study: An Evaluation of a Self-Directed, Group Supportive Action Research Approach for Nursing Faculty Teacher Development.

2001-2002 Faculty mentor for Creating a Healing Environment research project, Department of Nursing-Ganado, Northern Arizona University.

^ PUBLICATIONS AND REVIEWS:


2009 Promoting Critical Thinking with Just in Time Learning/Teaching with Rosalinda Haddon, To Improve the Academy, Vol. 28, submitted but not accepted.


2008 Chapter revision: Action Research to Develop Evidence-Based Teaching. In (Caputi & Engelmann, Eds) ^ Teaching Nursing: The Art and Science, 2nd Edition, Glen Ellyn, Ill: College of DuPage.


2006 Curtains – A Poem. In C. Wendler (Ed.) The HeART of Nursing: Expressions of Creative Art in Nursing, 2nd edition. Indianpolis:

Sigma Theta Tau International Homo Society of Nursing


2005 Action Research to Develop Evidence-Based Teaching. In (Caputi & Engelmann, Eds) ^ Teaching Nursing: The Art and Science, Volume 3.

Glen Ellyn, Ill: College of DuPage.


  1. Charge – A Poem. In C. Wendler (Ed.) The HeART of nursing: Expressions of creative art in nursing. Indianapolis: Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.


1999 Reviewer for Arnold, E. and Boggs, Kathleen. Interpersonal relationships: Professional communication skills for nurses, 3rd edition. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Company.


^ PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP:


2009-present Counselor, Lambda Omicron Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau, International.

2008-present Member Chapters 4 & 6, Arizona Nurses Association.

Member Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD).

2007-present Member, Case Management Society of America

2006-present Member, Navajoland Nurses United for Research, Service and

Education, Inc.

2005-2006 Member, Tobacco Coalition Advisory Committee, Coconino County

Department of Public Health

2005-present Member, Sigma Theta Tau, Lambda Omicron Chapter

2003-2005 President, Sigma Theta Tau, Lambda Omicron Chapter

2004-2005 Member, Executive Board for Native Americans for Community Action

2003-2004 Secretary, Executive Board for Native Americans for Community Action.

2000-2001 Vice President & Secretary, Executive Board for Native Americans for Community Action Inc.

    1. 002 President-Elect, Sigma Theta Tau, Lambda Omicron Chapter

1999-2001 Secretary, Sigma Theta Tau, Lambda Omicron Chapter

2000-2002 Member, American Educational Research Association

1998-1999 Member, Strategic Goal Committee for Retention of Quality Faculty, Coconino Community College, Flagstaff, Arizona

1997-1999 Member, Executive Board for Native Americans for Community Action

1997-present Member, Flagstaff Senior Providers Network

1980-1981 Chair, Coconino County Health Advisory Committee

1979-1981 President, District 8, Arizona Nurses Association

1971-1981 Representative, Department of Nursing, Northern Arizona

University for the Western Council on Higher Education for Nursing Project "Models for Introducing Cultural Diversity in Nursing Curricula."


^ UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES:


2009-2010 Member, Graduate Committee, School of Nursing

Member of Social Committee, School of Nursing

2008-2009 Member, Curriculum Committee, School of Nursing

Member, Search Committee, School of Nursing

Chair, Course Coordinators Team, School of Nursing



    1. Member, Curriculum Committee, School of Nursing

Member, Annual Review Committee, School of Nursing


    1. Member, University Liberal Studies Committee

Mentor, University Colleague to Colleague Mentorship Program

Member, Curriculum Committee, School of Nursing

Member, Annual Review Committee, School of Nursing

Chair, Course Coordinators Team, School of Nursing

2005-2006 Member, Search Committee, School of Nursing

Member, Curriculum Committee, School of Nursing

2004-2005 Chair, Part-time Search Committee, Department of Nursing

1997-2005 Chair, Library Committee, Department of Nursing

2001-2004 Member University Library Committee

2003-2004 Member, Search Committee, Department of Nursing

2002-2003 Elected Member, Faculty Review Committee, Department of Nursing

Member, Faculty Search Committee, Dental Hygiene Department

Chair, Admissions and Standards Committee, spring only

2001-2002 Chair, Curriculum Committee, Department of Nursing

    1. Member, Curriculum Committee, Department of Nursing

1999-2001 Member, Professional Conduct, College of Health Professions

1999-2001 Member, Professional Conduct, College of Health Professions

1999 Admissions & Standards Committee, Department of Nursing

1996-1999 Curriculum Committee, College of Health Professions

1997-1998 Program Evaluation Committee, Department of Nursing

Spring 1996 Merit Committee, Department of Nursing

1996-1997 Admissions and Standards Committee, Nursing

1995-1996 Minority Recruitment & Retention Committee, College

of Health Professions


PRODUCTIONS:


1984 Executive Producer, "Forget the Fish: Cultural Aspects of Nursing

Care for Navajos," 25 minute video, CR 1984


1985 Executive Producer, "What More Can I Do? A Nurse's Experience

with Navajo Cancer Patient," 26 minute video, CR 1985. 2nd place winner of AJN Media Award, Community Health Nursing section, 1986.


^ WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS:


2003 Co-presented “Native Healing” at the tri-Arizona university event titled Wakonse-Arizona


1998 The Balancing Act: How to Wear Your ‘Hats’ and Still Enjoy Life,

Flagstaff, Arizona


Drugs and the Elderly, Northern Arizona Gerontology Association Education Workshop, Flagstaff, Arizona


1997 Creating a Realistic and Practical Support Network, Flagstaff, Arizona


1996 Panelist, Cultural Diversity in Health Care: Blending Traditional and Nontraditional Practices in Health Care, College of Health Professionals Honor Day, Northern Arizona University


1991 Exploring Health Care in the Southwest: The Navajo Perspective,

Navajo Community College and Northern Arizona University.


1991 Facilitating Elder/Family Group Problem Solving and Planning,

Navajo Community College.


1990 How to use Resources and Make Referrals with Navajo Elders and

their Families, Navajo Community College.


1988 Functional Assessment of the Navajo Elder.


1984 Stress Management, Navajo Community College.


^ PRESENTATIONS OF PROFESSIONAL PAPERS:


2010

4/20 Invited 75 minute online seminar co-presentation titled Promoting Critical Thinking with Just in Time Teaching, MAGNA Resources for Higher Education.


2008

10/23 Juried selection and presentation for 75 minute co-presentation: Promoting Critical Thinking Through Just in Time Learning,

Weaving Patterns of Practice Conference, Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD), Reno, Nevada.


Submission of Abstract for NLN’s Education Summit 2008: Multiple

Panelist Symposium: Landscapes of Learning: A Mentorship Program

For New Faculty- not selected.

7/18 Juried selection and presentation for a presentation with Laura Blank: Landscapes of Learning: A Mentorship Program for New Faculty, 19th Annual Nurse Educator Conference in the Rockies, Breckenridge, CO.


3/20-21 Juried selection for team poster: Just in Time Learning: A Learning Centered Approach in on-line Teaching, 20th Annual Lilly Conference on College Teaching-West, Pomona, CA.


2/19 Requested co-presentation: Promoting Critical Thinking with Just in Time Learning/Teaching as part of the Faculty Development Series, Northern Arizona University


2007: 5/18 Presented “Bridging the Gap between Education and Practice:

Developing the Nurse of the Future, LEAD Summit 2007, Center for

American Nurses, San Antonio, TX. Juried selection


7/18 Juried selection for poster presentation: Using Gap Analysis to Determine Clinical Outcome Options. 18th Annual Nurse Educators

Conference in the Rockies, Brekenridge, CO. Juried selection.

11/29 Juried selection for poster presentation: The Use of Narrative to Access Family Health Needs and Goals, AACN’s 2007 Baccalaureate Education Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana


2005: 12/8 Presented “Action Research to Impact Teaching: Conversation on Best

Practices” Northern Arizona University Faculty Development Series.


2004: 3/5 Presented “Evaluation of a Self-Directed, Group-Supportive Action

Research Approach for Nursing Faculty Teacher Development” @ 3rd AzSTTI Research Consortium Conference, Linking Research and Practice: Expanding Nursing Knowledge, Phoenix, AZ. Juried selection


2003: 7/25 Co-presented “Developing Teaching Strategies that Engage the Learner Through Reflective Action Research” @ The 14th Annual Nurse Educator Conference in the Rockies, Brickenridge, CO. Juried selection.



  1. Using the Strategic Planning Process for Personal Leadership

Development (with Rosalinda Haddon), Eighth Annual Scholarly Conference, Northern Arizona University, Department of Nursing, Lambda Omicron Chapter, Flagstaff, Arizona.


1999 Distinct Competency and Capacity Building for Student Nurses at Improving Patient Care Through Education/Practice Partnerships, Quincy, Illinois. Juried selection.


1997 Co-presented “A Nurse-Managed Clinic: Educational Site for the Future” at the Seventh Annual Nurse Educators Conference in the Rockies, Colorado. Juried selection.


1997 Co-presented “Students Nurses Empowering Clients: Steps to Successful Smoking Cessation” at the 30th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference/11th Annual WIN Assembly, Portland, Oregon. Juried selection.


^ GRANTS AWARDED:


2005-6 Travel funds ($1,500) obtained for nursing students from North Country Community Health Center, Northern Arizona Health Education Center.


  1. Instructional TV Grant, Office of Teaching Learning Effectiveness,

Northern Arizona University.


1997 Instructional Improvement Grant, Office of Instructional Improvement, Northern Arizona University.


1983-1985 "Continuing Education for Nurses on or near the Navajo Nation,"

NO. DIO NU 29094, Nursing Special Projects Grant, Division of

Nursing, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.


^ TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES:


2009-2010 Fall semester: NUR 216 Psychiatric/Psychosocial Nursing clinical faculty for three clinical groups including one site on the Navajo Nation

Spring semester: NUR 216 Psychiatric/Psychosocial Nursing clinical faculty for two clinical groups and NUR 427 Public Health Nursing for one practicum group


2008-2009 Fall and spring semesters: NUR 350 Nursing Case Management, clinical in Winslow, Leupp and Dilkon

Spring semester only: NUR 350 Nursing Case management didactic faculty


2008-2009 Leader of Course Coordinators Group Meeting every other week

2006-2007 throughout both semesters


2007-2008 Course Coordinator and Faculty NUR 350 Nursing Case Management 9 units web course for fall and spring semester: theory and clinical


2003-2007 NUR 350 Nursing Care of Families 9 units web/course for fall and spring semesters; theory and clinical faculty for all prelicensed students and lead teacher for course


2002-2004 NUR 350 Nursing Care of Families 9 unit web/class course; theory/clinical

faculty for all prelicensed students and lead teacher for course


Chair for graduate project for three MS Nursing students


2001-2002 NUR 350 Nursing Care of Families 9 units, web/class course; faculty for prelicensed students and lead teacher for course (five faculty total from prelicensed program in Flagstaff and Ganado as well and RN-BS program)


    1. NUR 410 Community Health/Mental Health Nursing Practicum 8 units

(for prelicensed students)

NUR 350 Nursing Care of Families 9 units, web/seminar course: faculty for prelicensed students and course director for prelicensed Flagstaff & Ganado students and RN-BS students statewide (four faculty total)

UC 101 University Colloquium 3 units


1999-2000 NUR 410 Community Health/Mental Health Nursing Practicum 8 units (for prelicensed and RN-BSN students)

NUR 305 Nurse-Client Roles and Interpersonal Processes 3 units (IITV class for prelicensed and RN-BSN students)


1998-1999 NUR 410 Community Health/Mental Health Nursing Practicum 8 units

NUR 305 Nurse-Client Roles and Interpersonal Processes 3 units

NUR 315 Concepts in Family Nursing 6 units

NUR 317 Concepts in Family Nursing Practicum 6 units


1997-1998 NUR 410 Community Health/Mental Health Nursing Practicum 8 units

NUR 305 Nurse-Client Roles and Interpersonal Processes 3 units

NUR 315 Concepts in Family Nursing 6 units

NUR 317 Concepts in Family Nursing Practicum 6 units


1994-1996 NUR 410 Community Health/Mental Health Nursing Practicum 8 units

NUR 305 Nurse-Client Roles and Interpersonal Processes 3 units

(developed curriculum)

NUR 200 Introduction to Professional Nursing 2 units


1976-1981 Developed curriculum and taught Community Health Nursing and

Nurse-Client Roles & Interpersonal Processes.


CONSULTATION:


2008 Consultant for Ganado Unified School District about school health


2007 Consultant and Presenter, Case Management, Hopi Health Care Center


2006 Consultant for Quality Management, Home Health Program, Coconino

County Department of Public Health

1995 Contract Consultant, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Grant,

Family Health Center, Native Americans for Community Action,

Inc, Flagstaff, Arizona.









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