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					                       David J. Crowther, Ph.D, R.N., CPHIMS
                                   Associate Professor
              Angelo State University, College of Nursing and Health Science
                         2333 Vanderventer/ASU Station #10902
                                San Angelo, Texas 76909

Phone/Fax:    (508) 785-1555                           E-mail: david.crowther@angelo.edu

EDUCATIONAL PREPARATION:
                                               Year
Institution                        Degree     Conferred______Field of Study

Walden University/University of    Post-Masters 2010          Nursing Informatics
Maryland, Graduate School of       Certificate
 Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland

University of Texas, Graduate      Ph.D        2006           Nursing
 School of Biomedical Sciences
 Galveston, Texas

University of Texas, Health       M.S.N.       1990           Psychiatric Nursing
 Science Center School of Nursing                             Education Track
 Houston, Texas

University of Texas, Health       B.S.N.       1987           Nursing
 Science Center School of Nursing
 Houston, Texas

Macclesfield General Hospital      S.R.N.      1979           Medical/Surgical Nursing
 Macclesfield, England

Springfield Hospital               R.M.N.      1976           Psychiatric Nursing
 Manchester, England

CONTINUING EDUCATION:

University of Texas, Health       Post-graduate NP courses:   Advanced Psychiatric
 Science Center School of Nursing (1995 – 1996)               Nursing - Adult
 Houston, Texas

University of Texas, Health        Graduate classes:          Advanced Community
 Science Center School of Public   (1992 – 1996)              Psychiatry
 Health, Houston, Texas

LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION:

Registered Mental Nurse, United Kingdom Registration No. 0059524 (1976 – present)
State Registered Nurse, United Kingdom Registration No. 0559313 (1979 – present)
Registered Nurse, State of Texas License No. 4-57076 (1981 – Present)
Registered Nurse, Commonwealth of Massachusetts License No. 243968 (2000 – present)
Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, State of Texas (1996 – 1998)
Certified Professional Health Information Management Specialist (2010 – present)
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

08/08 – Present   Associate Professor of Nursing
                  Angelo State University, College of Nursing and Allied Health
                  Online RN – BSN and MSN programs

                  NUR 4302: Management in Nursing Practice, Course Coordinator:
                  Undergraduate Course.

                  NUR 4403: Research: An Evidence-based Practice Approach, Course
                  Coordinator: Undergraduate Course.

                  NUR 4307: Community Health Nursing (Didactic), Course Coordinator:
                  Undergraduate Course.

                  NUR 2338: Computer Applications. Team Member, Pre-Nursing.
                  NUR 4301: Evidence-Based Nursing Care, Course Coordinator:
                  Undergraduate Course.

                  NUR 4304: Research, Course Coordinator: Undergraduate Course.

                  NUR 4201 Community Health Practicum, Faculty Team Member,
                  Undergraduate Course.

                  NUR 6302: Design and Methodology of Qualitative Research, Faculty
                  Team Member, Graduate Course

                  NUR 6317: Health Policy and Ethics, Course Coordinator, Graduate
                  Course

12/06 – 06/08     Assistant Professor of Nursing
                  University of Massachusetts – Worcester, Graduate School of Nursing
                  Accelerated Graduate Entry Pathway Program and Master‟s Program

                  Program Director and Clinical Coordinator - Psychiatric/Mental Health
                  Nurse Practitioner/CNS Program (post-licensure) for NG 670B, NG 671B,
                  NG 672B Practicum I – III and NG 672A: Adult Psychiatric/Mental Health
                  Advanced Practice didactic.

                  NU 517 Team Member: Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Pre-
                  licensure)

07/05 – 11/06     Assistant Professor of Nursing
                  Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
                  Department of Nursing

                  Course Coordinator NUR 345: Psychiatric and Social Nursing - Web-
                  supported

                  Section Coordinator PSB-220: Health Care Delivery - Web-supported
                  Course Coordinator: NUR-105: Introduction to Nursing and Service
                  Learning – Web-supported
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: (cont.)

                Curricular responsibilities: Member of team developing new 33 month
                (Boston) and 16 month (Worcester) accelerated BSN nursing programs.

09/02 – 6/05    Associate Professor of Nursing
                Bunker Hill Community College
                Department of Nurse Education

                Course coordinator Nursing 211 (Evening Program) and Nursing 112
                (Day program) with specific responsibilities for psychiatric nursing course
                content and clinical.

                Curricular responsibilities – identifying, developing, and liaising with new
                psychiatric clinical sites in the Boston area. Mentoring new adjunct faculty
                members.
                Clinical Instructor - Nursing 112 Day Program. Responsible for clinical
                supervision and education of junior level students experiencing their
                psychiatric nursing rotation. Team teacher for Nursing 212 Evening
                Program – responsible for Leadership/Management and Community
                Nursing didactic course components for senior level students.

                Curricular responsibilities - reviewing content concerned with Psychiatric
                Nursing in order to best implement into ADN curriculum. Developing
                clinical partnerships with agencies in order to develop appropriate clinical
                sites for students to fulfill the core requirements of the psychiatric nursing
                clinical component of the curriculum. Member Curriculum Committee.

09/00 – 08/02   Assistant Professor of Nursing University of Massachusetts – Lowell.
                College of Health Professions, Department of Nursing

01/00 – 5/02    Clinical liaison for senior level Leadership and Management Preceptorship
                course. Co-facilitator of web-assisted Leadership and Management
                Transition course for RN‟s (RN to BSN program). Course Coordinator for
                Pathopharmacology and responsible for psychopathology and
                psychopharmacology content. Guest speaker Risk Reduction and Health
                Promotion in Families II – Practicum regarding group dynamics and
                process pertaining to student group project.

09/01 – 12/01   Responsible for didactic and clinical component of senior level psychiatric
                nursing experience. Facilitation of all aspects of psychosocial nursing
                pertaining to the undergraduate program including clinical placement
                including development of new clinical sites. Guest speaker undergraduate

                Clinical Concepts course on the importance of the therapeutic relationship
                as a cornerstone of nurse – client interaction.

11/90 – 08/00   Assistant Professor of Nursing
                University of Texas School of Nursing at Galveston
                Galveston, Texas
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: (cont.)

06/99 – 3/00    Interim Program Director for the Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse
                Practitioner (PMHNP) graduate program initiative. Researched and
                explored resource allocation for proposed program. Developed curricular
                template with links to operating NP programs within school. Reported to
                Dean for Student Affairs.

11/92 – 08/01   Course Coordinator and Assistant Course Coordinator for undergraduate
                Professional Nursing Role Preceptorship course – classroom and web
                supported. Course Coordinator, Assistant Course Coordinator and team
                teaching member undergraduate Psychosocial Nursing Role course. Team
                member in undergraduate junior and senior level courses: Health
                Assessment, Chronic Illness and Rehabilitation and The Older Adult
                respectively. Guest speaker in undergraduate Pathophysiology course
                covering Psychopathology content and Therapeutic Communication
                content in Clinical Concepts course. Graduate program lecturer for
                Primary Care Concepts III covering Mental Health Problems in Primary
                Care settings. Acting Department Chair in absence of formally appointed
                Chair.

6/94 – 8/97     Faculty practice: 3-4 hours/week with Psychiatric Nursing Services, P.C.,
                a private home health agency based in Houston serving the greater local
                metropolitan area and surrounding counties. Nursing duties included case
                management and delivery of individual and family psychosocial nursing
                interventions in the home setting to complex psychiatric and medically
                compromised individuals along with environmental assessment. Other
                critical duties involve liaison and collaboration with other health care team
                members and third party providers.

11/90 - 11/92   Clinical Instructor
                University of Texas School of Nursing at Galveston, Galveston, Texas

                Responsibilities:

                Co-lead teacher in the area of psychiatric nursing in the undergraduate
                program 1992 - 1993. Lead teacher for stress management elective
                offered to undergraduate and R.N. to B.S.N. students. Additionally, co-
                facilitator of undergraduate management course with responsibilities to
                teach in undergraduate pharmacology and pathophysiology courses. Also
                acted as a facilitator for the undergraduate and R.N. to B.S.N. Nursing
                with Groups
                course 1991 - 1993. Serve on various School of Nursing Committees,
                along with fulfilling student advisement duties.

6/89 - 5/90     Nursing Supervisor
                Charter Psychiatric Hospital

                Sugarland, Texas

                Responsibilities:
                Nursing Supervisor of an 80 bedded, private, free standing, full service,
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: (cont.)

                teaching, psychiatric facility. Responsible for staff supervision, unit
                staffing, and staff related budgetary considerations.
8/88 - 6/89     Staff Nurse
                West Oaks Hospital
                Houston, Texas

                Responsibilities:

                Staff nurse and charge nurse in a mixed, general adult, 20 bedded
                psychiatric unit.

4/88 - 6/88     Staff Nurse, Nursing Agencies
                Houston, Texas

                Responsibilities:
                Staff nurse and charge nurse in adult/adolescent general psychiatric units,
                adult/adolescent chemical dependency units, children's unit, and
                Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit. Experience garnered in private and
                public psychiatric settings.

9/87- 12/87     Staff Nurse
                Houston International Hospital
                Houston, Texas

                Responsibilities:

                Staff/Charge nurse and relief supervisor on a per diem basis in a 120
                bedded, free standing, full service, teaching, psychiatric facility. Staff
                nurse duties primarily in Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit. House wide
                supervisory duties also included crisis intervention via a 24 hour crisis
                intervention phone hotline.

10/80 - 6/87    Staff Nurse
                Methodist Hospital
                Houston, Texas
                Responsibilities:

                Charge nurse and staff nurse in a 24 bedded mixed, general adult
                psychiatric unit (teaching). Rotated to 22 bedded medical/psychiatric unit
                to perform staff/charge nurse duties every 3 months.

6/79 - 3/80     Assistant Head Nurse
                Withington Hospital
                Manchester, England

                Responsibilities:
                Assistant Head Nurse, 28 bed (state, teaching) acute medical unit with and
                emphasis on immune system disorders.
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: (cont.)


2/79 - 6/79           Staff Nurse
                      Macclesfield Hospital, England
                      Responsibilities:

                      Staff nurse and charge nurse when required. Rotated between medical,
                      surgical and geriatric services performing staff/charge duties in this 300
                      bedded, state, teaching facility.

2/76 - 8/77           Staff Nurse
                      Springfield Hospital
                      Manchester, England


                      Responsibilities:
                      Staff nurse and charge nurse duties on a 26 bedded general, adult,
                      psychiatric/forensic unit at a 340 bedded, state, teaching, psychiatric
                      facility.


FACULTY
PRACTICE:             Agency: Psychiatric Nursing Services, (PNS) P.C., Houston.
6/94 – 8/97           Role: Home health psychiatric nursing visits to provide individual
                      psychotherapeutic nursing interventions, family/couples education as
                      applicable, environmental assessment and consultation/liaison with other
                      health care providers. Supervision of other RN providers and clinical
                      consultation with PNS staff.

12/07 – 1/08          Agency: Cambridge College, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Member of
                      curriculum consultation team reviewing and refining MSN programs:
                      Education and Management Tracks, and RN to BSN program in
                      preparation for submission to the Massachusetts Board of Higher
                      Education.

PUBLICATIONS:

Crowther, D. J. (2006). The Graduate Nursing Student Experience in Computer-Mediated
   Classes: A Grounded Theory Study. Dissertation Abstracts.

Crowther, D. J. (1997). “You‟re my what!”: Males in nursing. The Primary Line, 2(2), 2-3.

Crowther, D. J. (1995). Commentary on: The effectiveness of selected risk factors in mediating
   gender differences in drinking and its problems (Thomas, B. S.), in Seventh issue (1995) of
   APNSCAN, Psymark Communications.


Crowther, D. J. (1991). Metacommunication: A missed opportunity? Journal of Psychosocial
   and Mental Health Services. 29(4), 112-116.
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PRESENTATIONS:

Crowther, D. J. (1991). Cotherapists: Learning to Work Together. Perspectives in Psychiatric
   Care. 27(4), 87-90.

“Further Lessons Learned – The Online Graduate Student Nurse Experience in a Virtual
    Learning Environment.” Texas A&M, San Antonio, Texas, March 27, 2009.

“Psychotropic Drugs: Update for Today‟s Nurse.” Massachusetts Nurses Association, Annual
    Conference, DCU Center, Worcester, Massachusetts, May 18, 2007.

“Long Term Effects of Psychotropic and Mood Stabilizing Medication.” Massachusetts Nurses
    Association, Unit 7 Continuing Education Program. Westborough, Massachusetts, April 2,
    2007

“The Graduate Nursing Student Experience in Computer-Mediated Classes: A Grounded Theory
    Study.” Educating Health Professionals: Designing Innovative Learning Environments,
    Evansville, Indiana, October 18, 2006.

“The Psychosocial Implications of Oral Cancer.” Oral Cancer Foundation Annual Conference,
    Las Vegas, Nevada, September 24 – 27, 2004.

“Reach Out and Touch Someone: Does Anyone Know Florence Nightingale‟s E-mail Address?”
   (Computer-Mediated Social Support and Implications for the Future of Nursing.) Psychiatric
   Nursing 2001: The Conference for Psychiatric Nurses. Philadelphia, May 23 – 25, 2001.

“Is That a Six-pack in Your Backpack?” (Identifying, Recognizing, and Intervening with
    Alcohol Abusing Nursing Colleagues.) Psychiatric Nursing 2001: The Conference for
    Psychiatric Nurses. Philadelphia, May 23 – 25, 2001.

Cyberpresence, Computer Mediated Social Support (CMSS) and Healing. Nursing Education
   2000: The Conference for Nursing Faculty, Orlando, Florida, January 5, 2000.

Nursing, Patient Cyber-Communities, and Computer Mediated Social Support: An Integrative
   Review of the Literature - Update. ICN Centennial Conference, London, UK, 27 June – July
   1, 1999.

Doctoral Research Pathway: Investigating Computer Mediated Social Support. A Symposium on
   Healing Through Nursing. The University of Texas Medical Branch School of Nursing at
   Galveston, Texas, May 14, 1999.

Utilizing PowerPoint Presentation Software in the Classroom Setting. CAI Expo „97, (Lectures
    & Demonstrations). The University of Texas Medical Branch School of Nursing/School of
    Allied Health Sciences, Galveston, Texas, May 5, 1997.
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PRESENTATIONS: (cont.)
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Initiating and Exploring a Collaborative Student Experience between the University of
    Manchester School of Nursing (UK) and the University of Texas School of Nursing at
    Galveston. Manchester (UK), September 15, 1997.

How to Initiate an Academic-Clinical Linkage Between a Baccalaureate School of Nursing
  Program (The University of Texas School of Nursing at Galveston) and Texas Mental Health
  Mental Retardation (TXMHMR) public sector community-based psychiatric rehabilitation
  services. Texas Department of Mental Health Mental Retardation (TXMHMR) 1997 Nursing
  Conference - TXMHMR Nursing: Changes and Challenges, Austin, Texas, April 3-4, 1997.

Academic-Clinical linkage between The University of Texas School of Nursing at Galveston and
   Texas Mental Health Mental Retardation (TXMHMR) public sector community-based
   psychiatric rehabilitation services. Public Sector Psychosocial Nursing Conference IV:
   International Conversations, sponsored by University of Washington, Seattle, Washington,
   May 15-17, 1996.

Occupational Role Strain of Male Registered Nurses in Texas. The American Assembly for Men
   in Nursing. Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, December 3-5, 1992.


ACCEPTED PRESENTATIONS:

   Joint Podium Presentations:

Crowther, D. J. & Crocker, K. L. (2000). Here we are now entertain us: Generation X goes to
   nursing school – A reprise. Third International Conference of the Global Network of WHO
   Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery. Manchester, UK, July 25-28, 2000.

Crowther, D. J. & Crocker, K. L. (2000). Nursing and computer-mediated social support: An
   integrative review of the literature update. Third International Conference of the Global
   Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery. Manchester, UK, July
   25-28, 2000.


POSTER PRESENTATIONS:


“The Graduate Nursing Student Experience in Computer-Mediated Classes: A Grounded Theory
   Study – Reflections and Views from Both Sides of the Distributive Educational Approach.”
   Massachusetts Association of Registered Nurses (MARN), 2009 Fall Conference.
   Randolph, Massachusetts, October 30, 2009.

“The Graduate Nursing Student Experience in Computer-Mediated Classes: A Grounded Theory
   Study - Reflections.” Annual Meeting, Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS).
   Galveston, Texas, February 22-25, 2007.
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POSTER PRESENTATIONS: (contd.)

Creating a healing on-line student community: A theoretical Approach. Third Annual Healing
   Symposium. Galveston, Texas. May 18, 2001.

Creating a healing on-line student community. Nursing Education
   2001: The Conference for Nursing Faculty. Orlando, Florida, January 5 – 7, 2001.

Cyberpresence, Computer Mediated Social Support, and Healing: An Electronic Poster
   Presentation. Healing Through Nursing: A Symposium on Healing Through Nursing. The
   University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, May 12, 2000.

Nursing, Patient Cyber-Communities, and Computer Mediated Social Support: An Integrative
   Review of the Literature. The 1999 National Student Research Forum. The University of
   Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, April 8-10, 1999.

Computer Mediated Social Support (CMSS): An Integrative Review of the Literature. 13th.
  Annual Conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society: Negotiating Nursing‟s
  Research Agenda in the 21st Century. Charleston, South Carolina, February 18-20, 1999.

“Here We Are Now Entertain Us:” Generation X Goes to Nursing School. Nursing Education
   1999: The Conference for Nursing Faculty. Orlando, Florida, January 3-5, 1999.

The Texas Two Step: The Expanding Role of the Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner in
   Texas. Fourth International Psychosocial Nursing Conference. London, England. October 11
   –13, 1997.

Psychosocial Aspects of Males in Nursing. Forging the Future of Advanced Practice
   Psychosocial Nursing. Seattle, Washington, July 13-14, 1995.


ADVISEMENT/REVIEW:


Chapter (blind) reviewer for Jones & Bartlett, Publishers, Sudbury, Massachusetts. New
   evidence-based Nursing Practice text scheduled for release 2010. October, 12-19, 2009.

Fourth reader of thesis for Mary Ann Saunders, Health locus of control in the elderly (thesis
   completed Spring, 1991), University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.


AWARDS AND HONORS:


2011 Named to Strathmore‟s Who‟s Who Registry and Global Network for Outstanding
     Professionals
2010 Named to the Global Directory Who‟s Who Among Executives and Professionals.
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AWARDS AND HONORS: (contd.)

2010 Named to Who‟s Who Among Executives and Professionals (Cambridge Who‟s Who).


2010 Named to Who‟s Who Global Directory and Business Registry (Strathmore Who‟s Who).

2005 Recipient of the University Federal Credit Union Scholarship Award. The University of
     Texas Medical Branch, Galveston – Nursing PhD program.

2005 Recipient of the Kempner Fellowship award. The University of Texas Medical Branch,
     Galveston – Nursing PhD program

2004 Recipient of the Kempner Fellowship award. The University of Texas Medical Branch,
     Galveston – Nursing PhD program

2000 Master of Ceremonies: Healing Through Nursing: A Symposium on Healing Through
     Nursing. The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, May 12, 2000.

2000 Named to Who‟s Who Among America‟s Teachers

2000 Named to International Who‟s Who of Professionals

1999 Named to the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Chapter 280, The University of Texas
     Medical Branch at Galveston.

1999 Commencement Speaker: Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony – University of
     Texas School of Nursing at Galveston

       Master of Ceremonies: Undergraduate (Generic Track) Pinning Ceremony – University
       of Texas School of Nursing at Galveston

1998 Commencement Speaker: Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony – University of
     Texas School of Nursing at Galveston

       Master of Ceremonies: Undergraduate (Generic Track) Pinning Ceremony – University
       of Texas School of Nursing at Galveston

1998 Named to Who‟s Who Among America‟s Teachers

1997 Media Award (Multimedia Computer Presentation) – Learning Resources Center, UTMB
     SON/SAHS

1997 Master of Ceremonies: Undergraduate (Generic Track) Commencement Pinning
     Ceremony - UT School of Nursing at Galveston

       Faculty Sponsor: Undergraduate (Generic Track) Commencement Ceremony - UT
       School of Nursing at Galveston

1997 Sigma Theta Tau (Alpha Delta Chapter) Doctoral Scholarship award
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AWARDS AND HONORS: (contd.)

1990 Cum Laude Graduate - University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX


1988 Professional Nurse Traineeship, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX

1987 Named to Who's Who in American Nursing


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:


American Nurses Informatics Association (ANIA) (2008 – present)

American Medical Informatics Association – Nurses Working Group (AMIA-Nurses-WG)
(2009 – present)
Northeastern Medical Informatics Group (NMIA) (2008 – present)

Connecting, Sharing & Advancing Healthcare Informatics (CARING-Nursing) (2008 – present)

Massachusetts Teachers Association (2002 – 2005)

Massachusetts Nurses Association (2002 – present)

American Psychiatric Nurses Association (Houston), Board Member at Large, (1997 – 1999)

American Nurses Association & Texas Nurses Association (1994 - 2001)

American Nurses Association & Massachusetts Nurses Association (2001 - Present)

The American Assembly for Men in Nursing (1992 - present)

Univ. of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing Alumni Association (1990 – present)

McMurphy Nursing Project, high school speaker's list (1993 – 1995)
Texas Nurse Practitioners (1997 – 2001)

Houston Nurse Practitioners (1997 – 2001)

Houston Area Nursing Informatics Group (1998 – 2001)

Sigma Theta Tau, Honors Society, Alpha Delta Chapter, (1991 – present)

NON-PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

Member - Houston Area League of PC Users (HAL-PC) (1992 – 2001)

Member – Houston Informatics for Health Professionals Special Interest Group (1997 – 2001)
Member – Web Design and Web Interest Group, University of Texas, Galveston (1996 – 2001)
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COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES:


Presentations:

       The UK educational system: Elementary through high school years. Hastings High
       School, Sugarland, Texas (8-10th grades) September 8, 1995.

       Healthcare professions with an emphasis on nursing careers. St. Marks Episcopal School,
       Houston, Texas (4th - 6th grades.) September 22, 1995.

       Present and future trends in national healthcare. St. Marks Episcopal School,
       Houston, Texas (4th - 6th grades.) December 8, 1995.

Activities:

       Fun Fair Positive Soccer, Inc..
       Houston based 5-a-side soccer program for pre-teens and teens (including those with
       learning disabilities) in a non-competitive environment: Coach 1995 – 1997.


SCHOOL/DEPARTMENT OF NURSING ORGANIZATIONAL ACTIVITIES:


Angelo State University

       Curriculum Committee

       Undergraduate Program Committee

       Graduate Program Committee

       Evaluation and Instructional Design Committee

University of Massachusetts – Worcester, Graduate School of Nursing

       Curriculum Committee
       Undergraduate Program Committee

       Graduate Program Committee

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

       Academic Review Committee

       Undergraduate Program Committee

       Faculty Council, Alternate Member
       Undergraduate Program Committee

       Faculty Council, Alternate Member
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SCHOOL/DEPARTMENT OF NURSING ORGANIZATIONAL ACTIVITIES: (contd.)

Bunker Hill Community College

        Curriculum Committee

Nursing Education Department, Bunker Hill Community College

        Search Committee, Nursing Education Department, Psychiatric Nursing Educator

        Ad hoc Committee, Role of the Team Leader/Coordinator, Fall 2002

        Student Appeals – Panel Member, Fall 2003 & Summer 2004

        Search Committee, Radiography Educator, Spring 2003

Department of Nursing, Lowell
        Undergraduate Program Committee and Curriculum Committee

        Ad hoc Committee: Student Behavioral Standards

        Ad hoc Committee: Updating Department of Nursing Web-site

School of Nursing, The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB)

        Faculty and Staff Development Committee, Chairperson (1999 - 2000)

        Electronic Education Advisory Committee (1998 – 2000)

        Faculty and Staff Development Committee (1998 – 1999)

        Electronic Course Advisory Committee (1998 – 1999)

        Faculty Practice Advisory Committee (1998 – 2000)

        Faculty Advisement Program - Advisor (1991 - 1993, 1995 – 2000)
        Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (1995 – 1997)

        Undergraduate Admissions and Progression Committee (1991 – 1993)

        Interviewing Committee: Prospective Undergraduate Students (1992, 1997, 2000 &
2000)

        Student and faculty grievance panel (1994 – 2000)

        Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses - School Representative (1996 – 2000)

        NLN Task Force (1996)
        McMurphy Nursing Project UTMB, School of Nursing Representative (1990 – 1995)

        Counselor, Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Delta Chapter (1992 – 1995)
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SCHOOL/DEPARTMENT OF NURSING ORGANIZATIONAL ACTIVITIES: (contd.)

     Technology and Education Special Interest Group (1995 – 1999)

     Computer Assisted Education Group (1997 – 2000)

     Web Page Design Task Force & Vision and Design Task Force (1997 – 1998)

     Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse Graduate Task Force (1996 – 2000)


UNIVERSITY WIDE ORGANIZATIONAL ACTIVITIES (UTMB):


     American Assembly of Men in Nursing Representative (1991 – 2000)

     Educational Technology Guideline Task Force (1998 – 2000)
     Faculty Senate member representing the School of Nursing (1998 – 2000)




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