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1 CURRICULUM VITAE Gloria Jeanne Weber Duke Professor Associate Dean, Office of Research College of Nursing & Health Sciences The University of Texas at Tyler 3900 University Blvd. Tyler, TX 75799 Professional License: Texas #2-26962 EDUCATION 1995 Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin, Texas Dissertation: Employed Mothers With Pre-School Aged Children: An Exploration Of Their Lived Experiences And The Nature Of Their Well-Being. 1978 M.S. Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas; Dual Specialty: Medical-Surgical Clinical Nurse Specialist and Education Professional Research Paper: Knowledge of Young Adults Regarding Prevention of Coronary Artery Disease 1972 B.S. Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas; Nursing EXPERIENCE 1995-Present The University of Texas at Tyler, Professor, Tenured 2006-May 2013 Hospice of East Texas, Staff RN, inpatient (part time) 1991 to January 2006 At-Home Health Care, Staff RN (part time) 1994 to 1995 South Central Regional Medical Center, Laurel, Mississippi; Director of Education 1988 to 1994 The University of Texas at Tyler, Texas; Senior Lecturer May '87-May '88 Lincoln General Hospital, Ruston, Louisiana; Director of Nursing Jan. '86-April '87 Saint Francis Hospital, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Education Specialist

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CURRICULUM VITAE

Gloria Jeanne Weber Duke Professor Associate Dean, Office of Research College of Nursing & Health Sciences The University of Texas at Tyler 3900 University Blvd. Tyler, TX 75799 Professional License: Texas #2-26962 EDUCATION

1995 Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin, Texas Dissertation: Employed Mothers With Pre-School Aged

Children: An Exploration Of Their Lived Experiences And The Nature Of Their Well-Being.

1978 M.S. Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas; Dual Specialty:

Medical-Surgical Clinical Nurse Specialist and Education Professional Research Paper: Knowledge of Young Adults

Regarding Prevention of Coronary Artery Disease 1972 B.S. Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas; Nursing EXPERIENCE

1995-Present The University of Texas at Tyler, Professor, Tenured 2006-May 2013 Hospice of East Texas, Staff RN, inpatient (part time) 1991 to January 2006 At-Home Health Care, Staff RN (part time) 1994 to 1995 South Central Regional Medical Center, Laurel, Mississippi; Director of Education 1988 to 1994 The University of Texas at Tyler, Texas; Senior Lecturer May '87-May '88 Lincoln General Hospital, Ruston, Louisiana; Director of Nursing Jan. '86-April '87 Saint Francis Hospital, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Education Specialist

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Aug. '83-Dec. '85 AMI Doctor's Hospital of Opelousas, Opelousas, Louisiana;

Assistant Administrator of Patient Care Jan. '79-Aug. '83 University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, Louisiana;

Assistant Professor of Nursing Aug. '72-Aug. '78 Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, Houston, Texas; Supervisor, Non-Invasive Cardiac Laboratory AWARDS

• Barbara Cushing Award of Excellence for Practice, Education and Research: April 2014

• Bart Brooks Professorship in Ethics. Fall 2012-Fall 2016

• White Fellowship for Teaching Excellence, 2007-2008

• Iota Nu Chapter, STTI, Award for Excellence in Research; 2005-2006 PUBLICATIONS

In Review:

• Duke, G., Wool, C., & Tensing, L. Awareness of dying and conflict resolution at end-of-life: Texas Asian perspectives. Submitted to RINAH, October 2016

• Johnston, D., Duke, G. Beyond survival: Being the father of a very low birth weight infant. Submitted to Phenomenology & Practice, October 2016.

Peer-Reviewed:

• Yarbrough, S., Haas, B., Northam, S., Duke, G., & Wieck, L. (2016). Role

overload theory as a framework for nurse educators to optimize graduate students’

learning environment. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 6(12), 105-

112.

• Miller, C., Duke, G., & Northam, S. (2016). Child sex trafficking-recognition, intervention, and referral: An educational framework to guide health care provider practice. Journal of Human Trafficking, 2(3). (online).

• Duke, G. & Petersen, S. (2015). Pain management attitudes and preferences for care among Asians living in Texas; International Journal of Palliative Nursing. 21(1), 24-34. Role as co-author: All except ROL. (online version 2014)

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• Hood, D. & Duke, G. (2015). The nature and meaning of insulin pump use in emerging adults with Type 1 Diabetes. Diabetes Spectrum (Due for March publication; online pub since 2013).

Role as co-author: Substantive contribution to conception of study design;

substantive contributions to data analysis and to writing discussion section;

significant editing of remaining document.

• Thompson, S., Mastel-Smith, B., Haas, B.K., Duke, G., Yarbrough, S., & Vardaman, S. (2014). U.S. military nurses caring for the enemy. International Journal for Human Caring, 18(2), 61-70.

• Duke, G. (2013).The interplay of spirituality and last days of life in persons born in Japan and living in Texas. The Qualitative Report, 18(44).

• Duke, G. (2013). Attitudes regarding life-sustaining measures in people born in Japan, China, and Vietnam and living in Texas. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 19(2), 76-83.

• Duke, G., Haas, B., Yarbrough, S., & Northam, S. (2013). Pain Knowledge and Attitudes in Baccalaureate Nursing Students and Faculty. Journal of Pain Management in Nursing

o Role as co-author: Major role in tool revisions and IRB application

and approval process; sample recruitment; data collection

procedures; wrote introduction, literature review, methodology

sections with input into analysis, discussion and implications sections

(this article was online only in 2011).

• Jablonski, K. & Duke, G. (2012). Pain management in persons who are terminally ill in rural acute care: Barriers and facilitators. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing, 14(8), 533-540.

o Role as co-author: Responsible for: 50% of Background/Significance;

revision of Methods section; 75% of Findings; 100% Discussion and

Implications.

• Duke, G., Yarbrough, S., & Pang, K. (2009). The Patient Self Determination Act: 20 years revisited. Journal of Nursing Law, 13(4), 114-123.

o Role as co-author: 60-70% of literature review sections; 90-95% of

Recommendations for Future and Conclusions

• Duke, G., Haas, B., Northam, S., Hawkins, C. (2009). The APRN critique guide used to advance evidence based practice. Internet Journal of Advance Practice Nursing, 10(2)

o Role as co-author: 50% of total content

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• Northam, S., Yarbrough, S., Haas, B., Duke, G. (2010). Journal Editor Survey: Information to Help Authors Publish, Nurse Educator, 35(1), 29-36.

• Duke, G., Northam, S. (2009). Discrepancies among physicians regarding knowledge, attitudes and practices in end-of-life care. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing,11(1).

o Role as co-author: 100% for actual conduct of study from sample

recruitment to completion of data collection. Received assistance with

data analysis. Writing: 90% of all except for data analysis section. .

• Varnell, G, Haas, B., Duke, G., Hudson, K. (2008). Effect of an educational intervention on attitudes toward and implementation of evidence-based practice. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 5(4), 172-181.

o Role as co-author: Key role in intervention and data collection

procedures for study. Writing: 10% literature review; 100%

theoretical framework; input into methods and implications

• Hudson, K, Duke, G., Haas, B., & Varnell, G. (2008). Navigating the EBP Maze. Journal of Nursing Management, 16, 409-416.

o Role as co-author: 60-70% of Introduction, EBP Trends, The Case

for, and Questioning sections.

• Duke, G. & Thompson, S. (2007). Knowledge, attitudes and practices of nursing personnel regarding advance directives. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 13(3), 109-115.

o Role as co-author: 90% of sample recruitment, data collection, tool

development and refinement procedures; all of IRB procedures; 75%

of data analysis. Writing: 50% of literature review; 100% remaining

• Duke, G. & Thompson, S., Hastie, M. (2007). Factors influencing completion of advanced directives in hospitalized patients. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 13(1), 39-43.

o Role as co-author: 90% of sample recruitment, data collection, tool

development and refinement procedures; all of IRB procedures at

multiple sites; 80-90% of data analysis. Writing: 50-75% of literature

review; 100% remaining

• Weber, G. (1999). The experiential meaning of well-being for employed mothers. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 21(6), 785-795.

• Lake, M., Keeling, P., Weber, G., & Olade, R. (1999). Collaborative care: A professional practice model. Journal of Nursing Administration, 29(9), 51-56.

o Role as co-author: Content to be written about was provided by Lake

and Keeling through multiple interviews done primarily by Duke.

Writing: 75% total

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• Weber, G. (1996). Employed mothers with pre-school aged children: An exploration of their lived experiences and the nature of their well-being. Modeling and Role-Modeling: Theory, Research and Practice, 2(1), 51-56.

• Weber, G. (1993). Tips on implementing the Patient Self-Determination Act. Nursing and Health Care, 14(2), 86-91.

• Weber, G. & Kjervik, D. (1992). The Patient Self-determination Act: The nurse's proactive role. Journal of Professional Nursing, 8(1), 6.

• Weber, G. (1991). Making nursing diagnosis work for you and your client: A step by step approach. Nursing and Health Care, 12(8), 424-430.

• Weber, G. (1991). Nursing diagnosis: A comparison of textbook approaches. Nurse Educator, 16(2), 22-27.

Non-Peer-Reviewed:

• Duke, G (contributing author). (2007). Diversion and abuse of pain medications. In: The politics of pain: Balancing vigilance and compassion. Report of the Texas Pain Summit.

o Role as co-author: 75%

• Miller, J., Conner, K., Deal, B., Duke, G., Stanley-Hermanns, Varnell, G., Hartman, K.,& McLarty, J. (2003). How animal-assisted therapy affects discharge teaching: A pilot study. Critical Care Choices 2003, 36-40.

o Role as co-author: 50% of data analysis and 100% limitations and

25% implications/conclusions.

• Weber, G. (1996). Employed mothers with pre-school aged children: An exploration of their lived experiences and the nature of their well-being. Modeling and Role-Modeling: Theory, Research and Practice, 2(1), 51-56.

STUDIES IN PROGRESS (**Duke sections of manuscripts completed)

1. End of Life Care in the Texas Jewish Population: Attitudes and Preferences for Care

(data collection on Conservative and Orthodox in progress; Reform sect completed including data analysis; manuscript to be submitted once completion of conservative and Orthodox is done with honors baccalaureate student and preceptored non-UT Tyler doctoral student.

2. **Effects of Light Therapy on Vascular Function in Patients with Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy, as co-investigator with Dr. Arturo Arce-Esquivel, PI, and Dr. Carol Rizer,

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Dr. Jody Takemoto, co-investigators. Assisted with design and data collection that ended November 2015. Manuscript completed and to be submitted in Fall 2016

3. **Human trafficking-recognition, intervention, and referral: An educational framework

to guide health care provider practice. Miller, C (PI), Duke one of 3 co-investigators. Responsible for conducting in-depth qualitative analysis of experts and survivor data. Conducting Round 2 of Delphi study as of Jan. 2016.

4. **The Effects of Aromatherapy on Stress and Anxiety in Pre-Clinical Simulation Lab Nursing Students; data collection completed March 2016; Kang and Lake, co-PIs; write up completed and waiting on one co-author to complete her section.

5. Improving Pain Management in Acute Care: A Community-Based Action Research

Project. Funding and partners being sought

RESEARCH SUPPORT

Extramural Funded

• Project Grants

o 2002-2007 HRSA: 560,556.00 Comprehensive School-Based Health Center, Van TX. (funds awarded to Van ISD with payments to UT Tyler for operationalizing grant)

Role: co-PI

• Research Grants

o 2008-2009 American Nurses Foundation as the 2008 Dorothy Cornelius, RN/ANF Scholar award: 5,000.00

Transcultural Perspectives of End-of-Life Care Role: PI

o 2005-2006 Rallying Points and Texas Partnership for Life (Extramural Research): 11,800.00: Attitudes and Practices of Physicians Regarding End-of-Life Decision-Making

Role: PI

o 2003-2004 Susan B. Komen Foundation: CFFL: 6500.00 The Effects of a Physical Conditioning Community Program on Quality of Life and Fatigue in Persons With Cancer

Role: assistance in grant writing and editing

o 2003-2004 Sid Richardson Foundation: 175,000: Innovative educational technologies for College of Nursing online programs

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Role: co-investigator

Intramural Funded

• Project Grants

o 2003-2004 UT Tyler Provost Office: 3,000.00. Conducting Collaborative

Evidence-Based Practice Retreat for UT Tyler CON and for University of Texas Health Center. Role: co-investigator

• Research Grants

o 2015-2016 Human Trafficking-Recognition, Intervention, and Referral: Development of a Framework to Guide the Development of Health Care Provider Education Programs. Faculty Research Enhancement Grant. Texas A&M University Corpus Christi. $2700.00. Role: Co-investigator

o 2014-2015 UT Tyler Ben & Maytee Fisch College of Pharmacy: 500.00:

Effects of Light Therapy on Vascular Function in Patients with Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy. Role: co-investigator

o 2008-2009 UT Tyler Faculty Research Award (Intramural): 7500.00:

Transcultural Perspectives of End-of-Life Care Role: PI

o 2005-2006 UT Tyler Faculty Research Award 9,000.00: The Effect of

Physical Conditioning Program on Quality of Life, Physical Fitness, and Fatigue in Women under 55 Years of Age Receiving Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer Role: co-PI

o 2002-2003 UT Tyler Faculty Research Award: 3,000.00: Motivating and Influential Factors Concerning Advance Directive Formulation

Role: PI

o 2000-2001 UT Tyler Faculty Research Award 13,500.00 Survey on High Risk Behaviors (justification for HRSA Rural Health Outreach Grant

Role: PI

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Grants Submitted And Not Funded

• 2014-2015 Pfizer for 750,000. EMG (Education, Measurement, Guidance) For Empowering Patients And HCP To Manage Chronic Pain Using Smartphone Technologies. Role: co-investigator

• 2014-2015 HRSA 1,999,784.00 True North Geriatric Education Center Role: co-investigator/contributor to grant (editing and WorkPlan)

• 2014-2015 American Nurses Foundation 5,000.00 Attitudes About and Preferences for Care at EOL for Persons of Jewish and Muslim Faiths. Role: PI

• 2012-2013 Southern Nursing Research Society 7500.00 Attitudes About and Preferences for Care at EOL for Persons of Jewish and Muslim Faiths Role: PI

• 2012-2013 American Nurses Foundation 5,000. Attitudes About and Preferences for Care at EOL for Persons of Jewish and Muslim Faiths. Role: PI

• 2011-2012 NIH R15 (resubmission): 299,951 An Innovative Educational Collaboration To Increase Evidence-Based Practice By Nurses And Other Health Care Providers Role: PI

• 2009-2010 Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) 297,00.00 The Moral Imperative: Changing Attitudes to Change Practice Role: co-PI

• 2010-2011 NIH R15 299,951.00 An Innovative Educational Collaboration To Increase Evidence-Based Practice By Nurses And Other Health Care Providers Role: PI

• 2007-2008 Southern Nursing Research Society: 4500.00 Transcultural Perspectives of End-of-Life Care Role: PI

• 2004-2005 Sigma Theta Tau: The Influences of Psychosocial Factors, Co-Morbid Conditions and Nurse Characteristics on Work-Related Injury, Illness and Recovery”,

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not funded though comments were very strong in strength and value of grant; re-submission not done as planned due to co-PI relocating Role: co-PI

• 2004-2005 Lance Armstrong Foundation 197,000 Effects of Physical Conditioning Program on Fatigue, Quality of Life, Self-Efficacy, Physical Fitness Role: co-PI

• 2004-2005 American Nurses Foundation 7500.00 Effects of Physical Conditioning Program on Fatigue, Quality of Life, Self-Efficacy, Physical Fitness Role: co-PI

• 2003-2004 Lance Armstrong Foundation Issues of Survivorship: The Effects of a Physical Conditioning Program on Fatigue, Self-Efficacy, Quality of Life, and Physical Conditioning in Women with Breast Cancer

• 2002-2003 Oncology Nursing Society Experience of Women With Breast Cancer: Exercise and Social Support (re-submission) Role: co-PI

• 2002-2003 Oncology Nursing Society Experience of Women With Breast Cancer: Exercise and Social Support Role: co-PI

• 2002-2003 American Cancer Society Health Promotion for Persons with Cancer Role: co-PI

• 2002-2003 NINR Health Promotion Interventions for Persons with Cancer Role: co-PI

• 2000-2001 United Way 7531.00 Health Risk Behaviors of Adolescents not approved due to the grant activity being out of Smith County Role: PI

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS: 2004-presentations (sole presenter unless

indicated)

International

Educational Ethics. 1st annual International Educational Workshop, UT Tyler, July 2016. Social Support to Reduce Uncertainty in South Texas: A Case Study. Association of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Nurses, 38th Annual Conference. Providence, RI, Fall 2015.

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Child Sex Trafficking: Development of an Education Program to Guide Health Care Provider Practice. Sigma Theta Tau International 25th Annual Research Congress, Hong Kong, Dr. C. Miller, primary; Duke: co presenter in absentia. July 2014. Attitudes About and Preferences for Pain Care for Persons Born in Japan, China and Vietnam and Living in Texas. Poster presentation. International Association for the Study of Pain Congress, Milan, Italy, August 2012.

Planning, Implementing and Certifying Palliative Care Program. Four roundtable presentations delivered to mixed audiences of physicians, nurses, medical and nursing faculty, hospital administrators over a 3 day period of time, Jakarta and Bandung, Indonesia. June 2012. Co-presenter Initiating a Palliative Care Program: A Needs and Systems Assessment. Podium. 2nd National Conference. Bandung, Indonesia, June 2012. Palliative Care Program Certification: The Process. Panel Presentation. 2nd National Conference. Bandung, Indonesia, June 2012. Co-presenter Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Texas Health Care Professionals May Contribute to Inadequate Pain Management Poster. World Congress on Pain, Glasgow, Scotland August 2008 Co-presenter

Knowledge and Attitudes of Registered Nurses Regarding Advance Directives Poster. Sigma Theta Tau, Int., 16th International Research Congress, Hawaii: July 2005 The Influences of Psychosocial Factors, Co-Morbid Conditions and Nurse Characteristics on Work-Related Injury, Illness and Recovery Poster. Sigma Theta Tau, Int., 16th International Research Congress, Hawaii, July 2005 Co-presenter Motivational and Influential Factors for Advance Directive Formulation. Podium. Sigma Theta Tau, Int., 15th International Research Congress, Hawaii Dublin, Ireland, July 2004. National

Developing Healthcare Provider Education Programs to Recognize and Care for Victims and Survivors of Child Sex Trafficking. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition:. Dr. C. Miller, primary; Duke: co presenter Chicago, IL. November, 2015. Child Sex Trafficking-Recognition, Intervention, and Referral: Development of a Framework to Guide the Development of Health Care Provider Education Programs. Interprofessional Conference on Human Trafficking. Dr. C. Miller, primary; Duke: co presenter. Lincoln, Nebraska. October, 2015.

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Vulnerable Populations in Research: Ethical Considerations. Podium. Southern Nursing Research Society. Tampa, FL. February 2015. Life-Sustaining Measures at End-of-Life for Persons Born in Japan, China and Vietnam NINR: The Science of Compassion: Future Directions in EOL and Palliative Care. Poster. presentation date: August 2011 (Role as PI, presentation done by doctoral student). The Patient Self-Determination Act: Missing the Mark After 20 Years. Poster.NINR: The Science of Compassion: Future Directions in EOL and Palliative Care. August 2011. Co-presenter with presentation done by doctoral student). The Interplay of Spirituality and Last Days of Life in Persons born in Japan and living in Texas. Poster. Society for the Advancement of Modeling and Role-Modeling. Holistic Nursing Conference; April 2010. Establishment of a Rural School-Based Health Care Clinic. Poster. HRSA 2004 Outreach Grantees Meeting, Washington, DC. August 2004. Co-presenter Charting the Course for Evidence-Based Practice. Poster. Buffalo, NY: June 2004. Co-presenter. Advance Directives: Motivating and Influential Factors: A Pilot Study. Podium. Modeling and Role Modeling Conference. St. Croix, MN. June 2000. Co-presenter. State

Attitudes About and Preferences for End of Life Care in Person of the Reform Jewish Faith, Duke as PI, poster presentation by Katrina Tilaon, Honors BSN Student, Great Plains Honors Council Conference in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, April 2016. Discrepancies in End of Life Care. Quality of Life Annual Hospice Clinical Conference; Modesto, CA Podium per invitation. November 2010. STDs: What Parents Should Know. East Texas Network For Children. Tyler, TX September 2010. Nursing Ethics in Palliative Care. American Cancer Society (TX Chapter), Partnership for End-of-Life Care & NOEP. Podium. Dallas, TX. December 2008 Moral Challenges of Caregiving in an Aging Society: Ethics Case Presentation. Podium Panel. American Cancer Society (TX Chapter), Partnership for End-of-Life Care & NOEP. Dallas, TX December 2008. Co-presenter. Symptom Management in Palliative Care. Podium. NOEP. Fredericksburg, TX November 2008: Pain: The Nurse's Perspective. Podium. Texas Pain Summit. September 2007, Austin, TX

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STDs in Adolescents. Podium. Temporary Loving Care, Inc.; Tyler, Tx. Sept. 2007 STDs: Their Mark on Young Lives. Podium. Temporary Loving Care: Making a Difference Together Training Conference. Dallas, TX. September 2006.

Motivational and Influential Factors for Advance Directive Formulation. Statewide Research Conference. April 2005. Tulsa, OK Co-presenter. Regional/Local

EOL Care: Important Considerations, Ethics and Pain Management. (3 hrs). TMFH Nurse Residency Program. Tyler, Tx October 2016. Writing for Success: MSN Orientation; 1 hour; August 2016 Research Ethics, Consent and the IRB Process; PhD Orientation, June 2016 Grant Writing; Alfred and Duke. PhD Orientation, June 2016 Pilot Studies; Haas and Duke, PhD Orientation, June 2016 Attitudes About and Preferences for End of Life Care in Person of the Reform Jewish Faith, Duke, Baldridge, Tilaon, poster presentation, Faculty Senate Academy Awards Ceremony, May 2016 EOL Care: Important Considerations, Ethics and Pain Management. (2 hrs). TMFH Nurse Residency Program. Tyler, Tx May 2016 Writing for Success: MSN Orientation; 1 hour; January 2016 Research Ethics and the IRB Process: Dr. Benjamin Tseng’s Graduate class, Fall 2015 Research Ethics and the IRB Process: HRD Doctoral students, Fall 2015 EOL Care: Important Considerations, Ethics and Pain Management. (2 hrs). TMFH Nurse Residency Program. Tyler, Tx September 2015. Research Ethics: Tools for Clinical Research Professionals; June 2015 (CE) EOL Care: Important Considerations, Ethics and Pain Management; 4 hours. TMFH Nurse Residency Program. Tyler, Tx. May 2015. End-of-Life Care and Pain Management. 4 hours; TMFH Nurse Residency Program, Tyler, Tx. Sept 2014.

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Research Ethics: Tools for Clinical Research Professionals. Podium. Association of Clinical Research Professionals; June 28, 2014; Dallas (CE) Data Collection Strategies. UT Tyler PhD Orientation. June 2014. Co-presenter. Grant Opportunities UT Tyler PhD Orientation. June 2014. Co-presenter. Programs of Research UT Tyler PhD Orientation. June 2014. Co-presenter. Dissertation Camp UT Tyler PhD Orientation. June 2014. Co-presenter. The IRB Process and Informed Consents. UT Tyler PhD Orientation. June 2014. Writing and Publishing. UT Tyler PhD Orientation. June 2014. Writing for Success: MSN Orientation, Jan 2014 Research Ethics and the IRB Process, UT Tyler HRD doctoral students, September 2013 Research Ethics (2 different classes), Nursing Research UG class, September 2013 Challenges of Sample Recruitment: A Roundtable Discussion, facilitator, CNHS, September 2013. The IRB Process: Statistics graduate class. June 2013 Decision-Making: When is it the Right Time? East Tx Medical Center. May 2013. Co-presenter Research Ethics. UT Tyler, Journalism UG class, Sept. 2013 Research Ethics. UT Tyler Psychology UG class. April 2013 Opioid Administration & Monitoring for Sedation and Respiratory Depression: The Evidence. UT Tyler CNHS Research Forum. (2 presentations). March 2013 Research Ethics, UT Tyler Journalism UG class (2 different class presentations). Feb 2013 Death & Dying. UT Tyler Developmental Psychology UG class. Dec. 2011 Research Ethics. UT Tyler Engineering class. Sept. 2011. Successful Writing in Professional Nursing. UT Tyler English class. March 2011 Ethics in Research. UT Tyler Anthropology graduate class. Sept. 2010

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End of Life Care Decision Making: Patient/Family and Health Care Provider Perspectives. Podium. ONS Chapter. August 2010. Ethics in Research: UT Tyler Anthropology graduate class. October 2009 Advance Directives: Whose Choice is It Anyway? Boat People SOS (a Vietnamese community group). Houston, TX. July 2009 Advance Directives: Whose Choice is It Anyway? Asian American Health Coalition, Houston, Tx. June 2009 Physician Attitudes, Knowledge and Decision-Making Regarding EOL Care. Texarkana Medical Society, Texarakana, TX. June 2008 Incorporating End-of-Life Issues into Health Decision Making Situations, UT Tyler Professional Development. May 2007 The Significance of Palliative Care in the East Texas Community. Podium. 2 hours. Iota Nu Fall Workshop, Jacksonville, TX, September 2006 Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing. UT Tyler DADNE class. Fall 2006 Grant Writing. UT Tyler MSN graduate class. June 2006. Psychosocial Risks for Injury and Illness in Nurses. University of Tx Health Science Center at Tyler. Occupational Health: The Changing Work Environment. June 2004.

SERVICE

University of Texas at Tyler

Senate Task Force on Tenure & Promotion, Chair, July 2016 Task Force on Excellence in Teaching Town hall meetings, member, July 2016 Mentored BSN Honors student; poster presentation April 2016; co-authorship on manuscript submitted April 2016. Faculty Senator-at-large (elected). 2011-2014; 2015-2018 Served as judge for UT Tyler Center for Ethics High School Ethics Bowl, 2014, 2015, 2016

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Chair, IRB, 2004-present (involved extensively with reviews, compliance issues, investigations, policies/procedures) Preceptor for undergraduate honors student in research and writing. She will be 3rd author on End of Life Care in the Texas Jewish Population: Attitudes and Preferences for Care: Reform Sect. Mentored her in data analysis. 2015-2016 Preceptor for undergraduate honors student in research and writing. He is 3rd author of Awareness of Dying/Conflict Resolution manuscript submitted October 2016. 2014-2015 Director, Center for Ethics (no release time) Summer 2012-Summer 2016. Coordinated and assisted in implementing first annual Academy of Collegiate Ethics, sponsored by the Center for Ethics, October 2015 Coordinated and assisted in implementing annual Ethics Week events, Fall 2013, Feb 2014, Feb. 2015 Coordinated and assisted in implementing Center for Ethics educational forums (1-2 each semester), Fall 2013, Feb 2014, Feb. 2015 Coordinated all activities for a UT Tyler undergraduate class to conduct surveys across campus for 5 days for the Center for Ethics; mentored them in process and in analysis. Oct 2014 Mentored BSN Honors student and facilitated co-authorship on manuscript, 2014-2015. UT Tyler Honor Code: Participated in Faculty Convocation ceremonies for formal implementation of Honor Code. August 2014 UT Tyler Honor Code: Coordinated multiple activities to formally implement Honor Code, Spring 2014-Fall 2014 University’s Strategic Planning Committee, Summer 2014 Provost Leadership Seminar per invitation, Spring, Fall 2014 Coordinated university-wide workshops with guest speaker on academic integrity and plagiarism, Fall 2013. Revised numerous IRB Handbook policies to be compliant with current regulations, 2013-2014 Coordinated workshops for university faculty regarding nepotism, FERPA, travel and gifts/honorariums (UT System speaker); Spring 2013

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Faculty Emeritus Committee, Spring 2013 Faculty Learning Committee (2012-2013) for undergraduate research conference; had major roles in assisting the coordination and implementation of Spring 2013 event. Collaborated with CGE Director to host collaborative Center for Ethics cultural event for spring 2013; coordinated speakers, facilitators and multiple meetings for the event. 2012-2013 Facilitated Center for Ethics event with Dr. Cynthia Jones workshop with university faculty, November 2012 Research poster judge for annual student research day…OSR funded studies; May 2011 Research poster judge for the LSAMP student posters, July 2010; July 2011 Evaluator for non-nursing doctoral preliminary exams, Spring 2011 Research poster judge for annual student research day (OSR sponsor—April 2010) Evaluator for HRD Preliminary Doctoral Exam, Fall 2009 Developed and implemented compliance and monitoring for IACUC and IRB Summer 2008. Developed BioHazard Policies/procedures, Summer 2007 Developed IRB Policy Handbook, Summer 2007 Developed IRB Education Program for Compliance Training,

Summer 2007 Developed IACUC Occupational Health and Safety Program, Summer 2007 Developed IACUC Education Program for Compliance Training, Summer 2007 Developed IACUC Policy and Procedure Handbook, Summer 2006

University Committee Memberships:

Intellectual Property, 2010-present Research Council, 2015-present University Strategic Planning SubCommittee Core Values, March 2015-Summer 2015

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UT Tyler Strategic Plan Senate Task Force: major substantive Plan revisions for presentation to UT Tyler Administration and faculty. Fall 2015

University committee re-structuring task force, Spring 2015 Chair, Senate Faculty Governance Committee through Spring 2015 Ad hoc committee on committees, Spring 2015 Chair, Senate Faculty Governance Cte, Fall 2013-2015 University Strategic Planning: Summer 2014-September 2014 Search Committee, new College of Pharmacy: Associate Dean Student Affairs, AD Academic Affairs for Chairs of Science and Clinical Practice, and Faculty; Fall 2013-Summer 2014 OSR Steering Cte, 2011-2013 OSR Research Advisory Cte, 2011-2013 OSR Research Liaison Cte, 2011-2013 Faculty Hearing Panel, 2010-2011 Chair, Search Committee for Associate Dean, School of Business Administration, Fall 2008-Spring 2009 Member, Center for Ethics, 2008-2012. Chair of Research Ethics Education subcommittee, Center for Ethics (developed research ethics curriculum) 2008-2010 Chautaqua Committee, 2008-2009 Research Council, 2006-2008 (Chair 2006-2007) IACUC, 2006-2008 (Chair 2006-2007) College of Nursing & Health Science Service and Committee Memberships

Chair, SON T&P committee, 2016-2017 Chair, SON T&P committee, 2015-2016 Chair, SON 3rd year T&P committee, 2015-2016

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Graduate Studies: 1995-present (Chair 2010-2012) Doctoral Oversight: 2008-present Tenure & Promotion Policy and Procedure: Spring 2016 Promotion, Non-Tenure Cte: Chair, Spring 2016-Fall 2016 Faculty Search Committee: non-DNP: Chair, Spring, Fall 2016 PhD Admissions Screening: Spring 2016 EBP Annual EBP Conference Planning, Spring 2015-ongoing Chair, Discovery SubCommittee, CNHS Strategic Planning Committee, Fall 2015-present CNHS Strategic Planning Cte 2014-2015 (Chair of Research Sub-Cte) Dissertation Award 2014 Peer Evaluation 2014 EBP Conference Planning Cte, Summer 2014-Fall 2014 Admissions Cte, DOC, Spring 2014 Chair, SON T&P committee, 2014-2015 Assisted in preparing CCNE documents for reaccreditation visit, Summer-Fall 2014. Chair, CNHS Tenure and Promotion Cte, 2013-2014 Graduate Studies Academic Affairs Cte for revising MSN curriculum, 2011-2012. Bylaws Cte, 2010-2012 Curriculum Committee, 2009-2010 Chair, Academic Affairs Sub-Committee, Graduate Studies, Fall 2006-2007 Palliative Care Task Force, Chair for CON, Fall 2006-2012 Tenure and Promotion Committee, 2006-2007 Doctoral Planning Committee (2004-2008)

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PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP and SERVICE (through 2004)

International

Reviewer for Journal of Human Trafficking, Spring 2016.

Reviewed chapter on Pain for author, Jane Buckle, in England; extensive substantive revisions done March 2013—in February 2016 this book received the James A Duke Excellence in Botanical Literature Award by the American Botanical Council - the first time the award has been given to a book on aromatherapy. http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/aromatherapy-book-awarded-2015-abc-james-a-duke-excellence-in-botanical-literature-award-300221882.html

Guest Editor for Journal of Evidence Based Alternative and Complementary Medicine for a special edition highlighting Tai Chi, Yoga and Qigong as Mind-Body Exercises, Fall 2015-present.

Reviewer for Online Journal of Health Ethics, 2013-present Reviewer for the British Journal of Nursing beginning Spring 2007 to present Reviewer for International Journal of Palliative Nursing, November 2008-present (about 5-6 per year) Reviewer for British Journal of Nursing (about 6 per year) STTI multiple grant reviews for funding (2008 [summer and winter], 2011, 2012, 2013) Accepted as a mentor for STTI for writing successful abstracts for research grants and presentations, Spring 2007 National

External reviewer for professor promotion candidate for another university, Fall 2015 Nexus Palliative Care Cluster group Reviewer for Journal of ER Nursing, 2013-present Appointed adjunct faculty for Medical College of GA, as research preceptor for doctoral student, Jan 2010

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Reviewer for "Qualitative Research" chapter in a new research text (FA Davis Publishers), March 2008 Appointed to Planning Committee for the ASPI 2008 Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas Reviewer of 1st edition of Melnyk and Fineout-Overholt's Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Health Care in preparation for 2nd edition. Fall 2007 Nominating Committee for SAMRM, 2007-2009 Critiqued Melnyk and Overhout's EBN text for future edition input, June 2006 Accepted as reviewer for HRSA, Jan 2006 State

Preceptor for doctoral student at another university in research and writing. She will be 2nd author on 2 manuscripts: End of Life Care in the Texas Jewish Population: Attitudes and Preferences for Care: Reform Sect. and 2nd article for Conservative and Orthodox sect. Mentored her in data collection and analysis. 2015-2016: UT System IRB Reciprocity Task Force, Summer 2015-Fall 2015 TxPAIN Planning Committee for State-wide Pain conference (Texans in Pain, Transforming the Way is Perceived, Judged and Treated), Spring 2014-February 2015. Participated in strategic planning meetings with Texas A&M, School of Public Health, College Station regarding pain management intervention; meetings March, April & October 2014. Addressed the Senate Criminal Justice Cte as representative of TxPAIN and as a palliative care practitioner; October 2012 Very active with TxPAIN activities, requiring average 1-2 hours/week; monthly Austin trips; TxPAIN was “dissolved” Feb. 2015 Appointed Chair, TxPAIN, Austin, TX, October 2010-Feb. 2015 Served as external reviewer for UTMB promotion and tenure candidate, Fall 2010. Met with staffs of 4 state legislators at the Capitol to discuss opposition to SB 911 and propose alternative bill (TASPER) to improve pain management in Texas; and to ask for their support of HB 696, 800, and 1107 for delegated authority to APNs for Schedule 2 prescriptions, and to support SB 904 for decreasing rigid timeframes for some drugs, and to support SB 912 for penalties for health care professional diversion of drugs. March 2009

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Co-Chair, Iota Nu Bi-Annual Research Conference: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Pain Management Across the Lifespan. April 2009 Appointed to the Texas Pain Summit Steering Committee Task Force (now known as TxPAIN), November 2006; attended monthly meetings through Spring 2008 Participated in UT System's Research Collaboration Initiative: June 2007 Co-planned and implemented collaborative project between UT Tyler CON and area hospitals for educational project on evidence-based practice in nursing. Participated in 6 of the 8 weekly, 2-hour educational sessions, 2006-2007 Attended by invitation the Texas Pain Summit, August 2006 and participated in strategic discussions for improvement of the pain management grade for Texas. Chair for the Iota Nu Annual Research Conference, April 2007 Chair Research Sub-Committee for Iota Nu Annual Research Conference, April 2007 Regional/Local

Developed “Green Screen Room” production: End of Life Care: FAQ’s; used by Christus TMFH and Texas A&M Corpus Christi and UT Tyler as of October 2016. Served on grant writing panel; Circle of Ten, Inc., June 2016 Attended Leadership Tyler’s Religious Diversity Panel, March 2016 Chair, STTI, Iota Nu Chapter Research Committee, 2007-present Trinity Mother Frances Hospital Ethics Board, Spring 2015-present TMFH Nurse Residency Advisory Council, Nov 2014-present Chair of Iota Nu Research Committee, assist with research-related activities for annual Iota Nu research Day (call for abstracts and program brochure preparation); abstract reviews. 2010-present Participated in Palliative Care Policy Forum, sponsored by ACS, CAN, Dallas Sept 2014 Participated in planning and implementation of 1st Annual EBP Conference, Spring 2014-September 2014

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Accepted invitation to join NetHealth Healthy Babies Coalition to assist with strategic plan to address disparities and improve maternal-child outcomes, August 2014. Attended 4 meetings until January 2015 and will only attend when needed to discuss research plans for the initiative. Participated in strategic planning meetings to implement EBP at Spine & Joint Hospital, Spring 2014. Assisted with ACRP presentation on Lynch Syndrome, March 2014 Co-investigator for collaborative study on innovative nurse externship program with TMFH, Spring 2014; study on hold indefinitely Serve on Nexus Qualitative Research Methods Cluster group, 2012-present. Assisted with substantive grant guidelines and application process for Iota Nu, Summer 2013 Assisted with research-related activities for Iota Nu research Day, including reviewing abstracts for presentation and proposals for funding; assisted in revising documents for grant proposal process. Spring 2013 Served on panel for Circle of Ten, Inc. Grant Writing Seminar, 4 hours, Nov. 2012 Methodologist for assisting Good Shepherd Medical Center in writing action research grant, Fall 2011 Chair, Board of Directors, Circle of Ten, Inc.; Jan 2007-2010 Participated in planning and implementation of Funders Forum, sponsored by Circle of Ten, Inc., October 2006, 2007, 2008. Participated in American Cancer Society's Relay for Life with CON, October 2006, 2007. Attended initial planning meeting for improving the Texas Cancer Registry, UTHCT, February 2006 Served on Board of Directors for Circle of Ten, Inc. (2004-2007); participate in leadership meetings for community, grant-related community education sessions, and other Initiatives sponsored by C of 10 Served on Board of Directors for Cancer Foundation for Life and on Committee for Research, 2002 to present; funded research study in progress 2005-2006. Served on Board of Directors for Generations Together (2001-2006)-a local organization that combines elder day care with child care; very actively participated in grant writing, development, and marketing activities on a regular basis.

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Participated in “Expanding Your Horizons” sponsored by AAUW, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005 Co-coordinated/participated in Nurse Oncology Education Program workshops (1996 to 2006) Developed recruitment power point presentation reflecting nurses in action in multiple roles and presented to local secondary schools, 2004 Conducted 7 (90 minute) workshops at area church for training laypersons on major principles of health in preparation for parish nursing program (2001-2002, 2005) Co-planned and implemented as part of NURS 3333 student research activity the Community Voices Project: A Community Needs Assessment, Fall 2006, Sp 2007. STUDENT ADVISING

As of January 2016, previous chaired successfully completed theses and dissertations: 2 theses, 5 dissertations As of January 2016, currently chair and/or advise 6 doctoral students March 2013-August 2014 Served as dissertation committee member (methodologist) for CBT doctoral student; working in more of role as chair in multiple re-designs of her proposal; multiple on and off campus meetings with potential sites for data collection. 2012-2014 Mentored doctoral student in another program who needed help with doctoral proposal 2012-2013 Mentored two undergraduate students in the community who needed help with research courses; approximately 30 total hours. Summer 2011: Guided Independent Studies for 2 graduate students Fall 2010: Guided doctoral Independent Study Summer 2008: Assisted TWU-Dallas faculty member on Palliative Care elective course development for UG students Fall 2008: Research preceptor for a TWU-Houston doctoral student 2007-2008: Assisted a middle-school student in 2 regional science fair projects from conception through actual implementation of study. Her projects progressed to national semi-finalist levels (her local school did not have science fairs).

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Socio-Behavioral Research; BioMedical Research; IRB Chair; August 2016; 10 contact hours AACN Summer Institute: Leadership and Change; San Francisco, CA.; 9 contact hours The Changing Landscape of Research: Where Do We Go From Here? OHRP, Nashville, TN, June 2016; 8 contact hours Iota Nu, Spring Program, April 2016 UT Tyler Managerial Training; 2.5 contact hrs, March 2016 Evidence-Based Practice, 2nd annual conference, Fall 2015, 6 contact hours Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, 18 contact hours, Feb 2015 (non-certifiable CEs). PRIM&R Annual Conference, 12 contact hours, Baltimore, MD Dec 2014. Mentoring Undergraduate Research, 1 hour; UT Tyler, Nov 2014. 1st Annual Interprofessional Evidence-Based Practice Conference, Tyler, 6 contact hours, Sept 2014. Lynch Syndrome, ACRP, March 2014, 2 contact hours Practicing Good Science Through Ethical Study Design, PRIM&R, March 2014, 1.0 contact hour Advancing Ethical Research Conference, Boston, MA, PRIM&R, 14.5 contact hours, November 2013. Protecting Human Subjects in Qualitative Research: Ethical Considerations Webinar; PRIM&R; October 2013; 1 contact hour. Strategies to Mentor Investigators and Foster Research, AACN, November 2013; 1 CH Research Integrity Webinar, UT System, July 2013 Conflict of Interest; UT System Webinar, March 2013

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Promoting Generational Harmony in the Classroom; UT Tyler; August 2012; 1.25 contact hours Creating Civility in Nursing Education; UT Tyler; August 2012; 6 contact hours AACN Summer Seminar, Rhode Island, July 2012, 9 contact hours Adolescent Pain Management: Pain and Opioids. ASPMN June 2012; 1 contact hour. Empirical Ethics: Best Practices in the Health Professions, UT Tyler, March, 2012, 1 contact hour. AACN Doctoral Education Conference, January 2012, 9 contact hours Protecting Human Research Subjects: Best Practices, January 2012, 5 contact hrs Evaluation of the Cuban Public Health System Using the Maternal Child Health Indicators, 10/2011, 1 contact hr Attended the Modeling/Role-Modeling Theory Retreat, a 3 day, non-CE event held to promote networking and collaborative work to advance research that incorporates M/RM constructs, Albuquerque, NM, May 2011 Breast and Cervical Cancer, NOEP, UTHSCT,April 2011, 3 contact hours AACN Doctoral Conference, San Diego, CA; Jan 2011; 7.25 contact hours Opioid-Induced Constipation in Palliative Care, 1.0 contact hr, Jan 2011 Quality of Life Clinical Hospice Conference: Modesto, CA; 7 contact hours Ethical Issues at the End of Life: sponsored by MFH, Tyler, 1 contact hour Living in the Gray: Dispelling The False Dichotomy in EOL Care and Addressing Complex Goals of Care: sponsored by MFH, Tyler, 1.5 contact hours. Palliative Care Conference, ONS Chapter and HOET, sponsors, August 2010, 8 contact hours Facilitating Spiritual Well-Being, The Society for Modeling and Role-Modeling, San Antonio, April 2010, 12 contact hours Southern Nursing Research Society Conference; Feb 3-5, 2010; 6.25 hours; Austin, TX Quality of Life and Spirituality in Palliative Care; Enhancing the QOL in People with Severe Chronic or Terminal Illness; October 2009; 3.0 hours

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NIH Grants Workshop: Dallas, TX 5.0 hours Epiphanies and Wellness: The Lived Experience; September 2009; 1.0 hours EBP: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Pain Management Across the Lifespan; April 2009; 7.0 hours. IRB Advanced Primer, UT System; December 2008, 7.25 hours A Common Thread: Tools for Supporting Human Resilience, December 2008,

8 contact hrs Frontiers in Pain Management, October 2008, 7.5 contact hours. World Congress on Pain, August 2008, 14 contact hours. TPS Regional Meeting on Pain Management, July 2007; 3.75 contact hrs Global Health: Connecting to Meet the Challenge; April 2007; 5.6 hrs Southern Nursing Research Society: Translational Research: February 2007: 6.75 contact hours Biomedical Research Challenges: Evolving Issues and Contemporary Solutions in Protecting Human Subjects, OHRP, Dallas, TX 7 contact hours (non-CE'd) IACUC 101, Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare, July 2006 ELNEC (End of Life Nursing Education Consortium) workshop (14 contact hrs) for integrating EOL care into the graduate curriculum, June 2006 Leading the Fight Against Colorectal Cancer, NOEP, 6.6 contact hours, May 2006 TNA Governmental Affairs: Advocating Nurses Advocating for Patients, 1.2 contact hrs, April 2006 Creating a Culture of Research Compliance: Challenges and Opportunities, 10.25 CEs, March 2006 The Helper's Journey: End-of-Life Care for Professionals; 2.0 contact hours, February 2006 AACN Doctoral Education Conference, San Diego, CA; 3.5 contact hours, January 2006 Evidence-Based Practice Conference: Translating Research Into Best Practice with vulnerable Populations: Buffalo, New York: 17 contact hours, May 2004

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Attended AACN's Doctoral Education Conference, 6.5 contact hours, Feb 2004 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP/ORGANIZATIONS

American Nurses Association The Society of the Advancement of Modeling and Role-Modeling Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society, Iota Nu Chapter Southern Nursing Research Society