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					                                                                               Anderko, Laura
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                                 Laura Anderko RN PhD

      Robert and Kathleen Scanlon Endowed Chair in Values Based Health Care
          Georgetown University, School of Nursing & Health Studies, 3700 Reservoir Rd., NW
                                       Washington, D.C. 20057
                                        la266@georgetown.edu
                                  http://nhs.georgetown.edu/values/
Office: 202 687-3317                                                Cell phone: 202 550-6988


                                        Curriculum Vitae

SUMMARY/PROFILE:

   Proven educational leadership and administrative experience. Currently, chairing two
    leadership initiatives: An interdisciplinary PhD in Implementation Science and the
    development of the Center for Health Equity, Research, Training and Implementation.
    Recently, a member on the leadership team that established a School of Public Health at the
    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

   Consistent, external funding from local, state, and national sources (public and private), and
    extensive experience in multi-disciplinary, community-based participatory research with a
    focus on the reduction of health disparities within a variety of settings, such as health
    departments, school-based health centers, and neighborhood centers.

   Creation of innovative research partnerships. Currently, working in partnership with the DC
    Department of Health on projects related to public health and climate change. Former
    Director of the Nursing Centers Research Network, an Agency for Healthcare Research and
    Quality (AHRQ) sponsored practice-based research network. As Director I coordinated
    translational research initiatives between 27 academic health centers serving indigent
    populations, located in 17 different states.

   Proven educational administrative leadership skills. As Associate Dean for Practice,
    successfully administered three academic health units: Continuing Education and Outreach,
    the Institute for Urban Health Partnerships (which included three community health centers),
    and the Center for Cultural Diversity and Global Health.

   Extensive writing experience, including grants, scholarly work, professional writing, and
    significant reports for federal advisory committees.

   Health policy leadership positions at federal levels including the Environmental Protection
    Agency (EPA) and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).
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 Expert public speaking in the areas of public health, the elimination of health disparities,
  health policy, leadership, environmental health, and the future of health/health care
  http://nhs.georgetown.edu/values/news/
EDUCATION:

            1977       B.S.N: Nursing
                       University of Illinois at Chicago

            1987       M.S.: Nursing (Specialty, Community Health)
                       Northern Illinois University

            1997       Ph.D.: Public Health
                       University of Illinois at Chicago

            2005-      Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellowship Program, at the
            2008       University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

LICENSURE:             Licensed as a Registered Nurse in the following states:

                       Illinois
                       Virginia
                       Wisconsin


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

            1992-1995         Director of Graduate Studies, Assistant Professor
                              Lewis University, College of Nursing
                              Romeoville, IL.

            1995-2001         Assistant Professor, Northern Illinois University, School of
                              Nursing
                              Project Director, TriCounty Community Health Center
                              DeKalb, IL.

           2001               Associate Professor
                              Northern Illinois University, School of Nursing
                              DeKalb, IL.

           2002-2008          Associate Dean for Practice, Associate Professor
                              University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, College of Nursing
                              Milwaukee, WI
                              Project Director, Nursing Centers National Research Network


           November 2008- Robert and Kathleen Scanlon Endowed Chair in Values Based
                          Health Care and Associate Professor, Georgetown
                          University, School of Nursing & Health Studies, Washington, DC
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HONORS AND AWARDS:

     1986           Inducted into Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Research Society,
                    Beta Omega Chapter

     1997           Recipient of Award for Best PhD Dissertation, School of Public Health,
                    University of Illinois at Chicago

     1998           Inducted into Delta Omega National Honor Society (Public Health),
                    Lambda Chapter

     2005-2008      Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow. Robert Wood Johnson
                    Foundation (awarded through competitive application process).

     2005-2006      Management Academy for Public Health, University of North Carolina,
                    School of Public Health

     2006-2007      Pediatric Environmental Health Faculty Champion, National
                    Environmental Education and Training Foundation (NEETF)

     2009           Charlotte Brody Award for Excellence in Environmental Health, awarded
                    by Health Care Without Harm, International Environmental Health
                    Organization

     2009           Teaching Excellence, National Honor awarded by Nursing Spectrum

     2010           Leadership America Award, The Women’s Museum


PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

     Memberships and office, or other positions of leadership, held in a professional
     organization


     1987-Present          Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society,
                           President, Beta Omega Chapter (1999-2001)

     1999-Present          American Nurses Association

     1995-Present          American Public Health Association
                           Chair, Environmental Nurses Working Group

     1996-Present          Association of Community Health Educators
                           Past Chair, Research Committee
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     1997-Present          Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society

     1999-2001             Illinois Nurses Association

     1995-2001             Illinois Public Health Association

     1996-1998             Midwest Nursing Research Society

     2000-2008             Nursing Centers Research Network
                           Director, 2005-2008

     2002-Present          Association of State and Territorial Directors of Nursing

     2002-2008             Wisconsin Public Health Association

     2002-Present          Wisconsin Nurses Association
                           Founder and Chair: Environmental Health Nursing Coalition

     2008                  Wisconsin Public Health Association Board, Southeastern Region
                           Representative

     2008-Present          Virginia Public Health Association

     2008-Present          Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Steering
                           Committee,

     2010-Present          Alliance of Nurse for Healthy Environments, Chair, Research
                           Workgroup

     2010                  Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Vice President,
                           Board of Directors


PUBLIC SERVICE:

                    Federal, National, and State Advisory Positions

                    Member, National Coalition for Healthier Schools, Healthy Schools
                    Network, Inc. This coalition created to address policy and legislative
                    issues surrounding healthy school environments, 2011. The group
                    presented issues through an expert panel format and met with
                    representatives from a variety of federal agencies in April.

                    Member, National Workgroup for Chemical Policy and Public Health,
                    Policies and Practices Subcommittee, National Center for Environmental
                    Health/Centers for Disease Control (Agency of Toxic Substances and
                    Disease Registry), 2009-2011. This workgroup was established by the
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              Centers of Disease Control and the Environmental Protection Agency to
              evaluate current chemical policy and its impact on human health.

              Member, Children’s Health Protection Advisory Committee (CHPAC).
              Federal Advisory Committee (FACA), U.S. Environmental
              Protection Agency on regulations, research, and communication issues
              relevant to children and the environment, 2006-Present.

              Member, UWM Public Health Planning Committee. Invited by the Mayor,
              the Chancellor and the President of the UW System to participate in the
              Public Health Planning Committee which was developed to explore the
              need and feasibility for a School of Public Health. Approved by Board of
              Regents and Governor, 2008

              American Public Health Association, Task Force, One of the 18 nurses
              selected nationally to develop Public health nursing: Environmental
              health principles and standards, Funded by the Belden Foundation, 2006.

              Member, Steering Committee, Agency for Healthcare and Research
              Quality, Practice-Based Research Networks, 2005-2008.

              Member, National Drinking Water Advisory Committee (NDWAC) Work
              Group on Contaminant Candidate List (CCL) Classification Process
              (FACA). The purpose of this workgroup is to provide advice to the
              NDWAC as it develops recommendations for the U.S. Environmental
              Protection Agency (EPA) on contaminants and public health issues
              surrounding water quality, Washington, DC, 2002-2004.

              Member, National Network for Nurse Managed Health Centers, Clinical
              Data Committee, University of Michigan. The purpose of this group is to
              establish a national data warehouse for community nursing centers, 2004.

              Invited Participant, The Data Workgroup for Nurse Managed Centers,
              sponsored by the Nursing Education and Practice Branch of Health
              Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions,
              Division of Nursing, January 30-31, 2001, Rockville, Maryland. Invited to
              be one of 10 participants nationally, to review and set standards for data
              collection of quality improvement indicators for nursing centers.

Editorial Responsibilities

              Health Affairs, Bethesda, MD, 2011

               Pediatrics, Elk Grove Village, IL, 2011

              American Journal of Public Health, Washington, DC, 2010

              Nursing Administrative Quarterly, 2010
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                 Family and Community Health, Philadelphia, PA, 2009

                 Annals of Family Medicine, Cleveland, OH, 2004.

                 Public Health Nursing, Mukilteo, Washington, 1997-Present.

                 American Nurses Association, Environmental Health in Hospitals,
                 educational module, January 2002.

                 Environmental Health Nursing, in 6th edition, Community Health Nursing
                 Stanhope and Lancaster, Book review, 2002.

                 A Holistic Approach to Home Health Care. Delmar Publishers: Albany,
                 NY, 2002.

    Study Section, Peer Reviewer

                 Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (AHRQ), Panel Member,
                 Bethesda, Maryland, 2006.

                 Health Resource and Service Administration (HRSA), Basic Nursing
                 Education and Practice Grant Applications, Panel Member, Rockville,
                 Maryland, 2000-2005.

                 Retirement Research Foundation, Chicago IL., “Pike Street Market Place,
                 Seattle, Washington,” 1997-1998.


INVITED LECTURES:

                 Moderator, State-wide simulcast of the PBS Series, “Unnatural Causes”,
                 June 5th, 2008, 6-8PM. This is a joint project involving Wisconsin Public
                 Health Association, UWM, Center for Urban Population Health and the
                 Milwaukee Health Department’s Center for Health Equity.

                 Chiba University, College of Nursing, Tokyo, Japan. Wellness for a
                 Lifetime, Invited, research consultation and presentation, 2009.

                 Keimyung University College of Nursing, Daegu, South Korea. Practice-
                 Based Research Networks: Nursing centers and Communities Working
                 Collaboratively to Reduce Health Disparities, Invited speaker, 2005

                 American Academy for Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology (AAAAI),
                 Louisiana, How Does Global Climate Change Affect Your Practice, 2010.

                 International Mercury Expo 2010, College of William and Mary,
                 Virginia. Fish Facts: Understanding and Reducing Your Risks, 2010.
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               Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, MD, Hook, Line, and
               Sinker: Fish Consumption and MeHg Exposure, 2010.

               Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, MD,
               Using Web-based Strategies for Environmental Health Research, 2010.

               O’Neill Institute at Georgetown University: Food Safety Forum,
               Washington, DC., Public Health Identification & Interventions for At-Risk
               Populations in the Wholesale Marketing of Fish, 2010.

               Contemporary Forums (A Reed Elsevier Company), Nevada, Maternal
               and Fetal Effects of Environmental Toxins, National Conference of
               Obstetric and Neonatal Nursing: Challenges and Controversies, Invited
               Keynote, 2011

               Georgetown University, Mini-Medical Lecture Series, Washington DC,
               Environmental Exposures and Your Health, 2011

               Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR). At George Washington
               University, Washington DC, Environmental Justice and Chemical Policy,
               Invited panelist/speaker, 2011.

               Washington Post at Georgetown University, Washington DC, The Future
               of Food: Sustainable Food Systems, Georgetown University, Invited,
               Panel Moderator, 2011
               (http://washingtonpostlive.com/conferences/food/speakers)

               The Mid-Atlantic Center for Children's Health & the Environment
               (MACCHE), Philadelphia, PA, Addressing Children's Environmental
               Health & Justice Issues through Community Action, Invited Keynote,
               2011.



SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH:

    RESEARCH GRANTS

         Current Active

               Anderko, L. (PI), Windel, L., Konetzka, T. (Co-PIs). Transforming
               Primary Care: Improving on the Medical Home Model.VNA Foundation
               and the RWJ Foundation (04/01/2010-03/31/13).

               Arroyo, V. (PI) and Anderko, L. (Co-PI) Climate Change, Policy, and
               Public Health. Kresge Foundation (09/01/10-05/31/13).
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      Anderko, L. (PI) Building capacity for sustainable hospital
      systems: A toolkit for nursing action. Kendeda Foundation
      (07/01/1-06/30/11).

      Anderko, L. (PI) Healthier Workforce, Healthier Economy. Vitality Group
      (07/21/10-11/30/11).


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      Anderko, L. (PI). Exploring Stress Levels in Nurses using Simulation Labs
      and Architectural Design Interventions, Perkins + Will (07/01/10-
      12/31/10).

      Anderko, L. (PI). Sustainable Health Care Systems, Perkins + Will,
      (11/01/09-04/30/10).

      Anderko, L. (Consultant, formerly Principal Investigator prior to
      relocation to Georgetown University) The Westlawn Partnership for a
      Healthier Environment: A Level I Community Action for a Renewed
      Environment (CARE) Cooperative Agreement. Environmental
      Protection Agency (10/01/08-06/30/10).

      Anderko, L.(PI) & Anderson, H. (Co-PI). Building Capacity for Health
      Professionals: Fish Consumption and Mercury Toxicity, Environmental
      Protection Agency (09/01/08- 08/31/09).

      Anderko, L., Willis, E., Brandenburg, T. (Co-PIs). The Great Lakes
      Environmental Health Project: Reducing Health Risks through Outreach
      and Education. Healthiest Wisconsin Partnership Program, Medical
      College of Wisconsin, Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation (07/01/08-
      06/30/09).

      Anderko, L. (PI). Policy Analysis of Smoke-free Restaurant Ordinance,
      Wauwatosa Health Department, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.
      Wauwatosa Health Department (01/01/08-12/30/08).

      Sparks, S., Anderko, L., Peterman, B., and Carrico, M. (Co-PIs). Staying
      Healthy as a Hmong Woman: Building Capacity to Address Cancer
      Disparities (Kev Noj Qab Haus Huv Ntawm Pojniam Hmoob Lub Neej).
      Wisconsin Partnership Program, Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation.
      (01/01/08-12/30/08).

      Anderko, L. (Consultant). Linking Education and Practice for Excellence
      in Public Health Nursing (L.E.A.P.) Grant, University of Wisconsin,
      College of Nursing. Development of online course entitled, Core skills in
      analytic assessment for public health nurses, (05/01/08-12/31/08).
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Anderko, L. Interdisciplinary Environmental Health Conference,
American Public Health Association, Global Climate Change.
Health Care Without Harm (2008).

Anderko, L. (Consultant). Fitness for Kids, Healthiest Wisconsin
Partnership Program, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medical College of
Wisconsin, Consultant (05/01/07 to 04/30/08).

Anderko, L. and Bedinghaus, J. (Co-PIs). General Assistance Medical
Program: Reducing Emergency Room Visits through Nursing Case
Management. the Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program;
Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation (05/01/06 to 04/30/09).

Anderko, L and Meurer, J. (Co-I). Neighborhood Center Nutrition and
Physical Activity Demonstration Project for Urban Children.
Healthiest Wisconsin Partnership Program; Blue Cross Blue Shield
Foundation (05/01/06 to 04/30/09).

Anderko, L. Building Capacity for Environmental Health Nursing: Focus
on Wisconsin., Health Care Without Harm (2007).

Anderko, L. (Project Director). UWM College of Nursing Congressionally
Directed Grant Application (DHHS): Reducing Health Disparities.
(09/01/05-08/31/06).

Meurer, J., Johnson, C., and Anderko, L. (Co-PIs). Neighborhood Center
Nutrition and Physical Activity Demonstration Project for Urban
Children. Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program, Blue Cross
Blue Shield Foundation (01/01/05 to 12/31/05).

Anderko, L. Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow Program,
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (06/01/05-05/31/08).

Anderko, L. (Project Director) UWM College of Nursing Congressionally
Directed Grant Application (DHHS): Clinical Nursing Faculty, (07/01/04-
06/30/05).

Anderko, L. Connections for Health II, Susan G. Komen Breast cancer
Foundation, Milwaukee Affiliate, (01/01/04-05/30/05).

Anderko, L. INSIGHT for Cultural Competence, Milwaukee Area AHEC,
(10/01/04-08/31/05).

Anderko, L. and Baisch, M. Urgent Care Program-St. Michael’s Hospital,
(10/01/04-08/10/05).

Anderko, L. Center for International Education, Global Securities,
(Summer 2005).
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             Anderko, L. Wellness for a Lifetime, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,
             Awarded (07/03/03-10/31/04).

             Anderko, L. Project Director. UWM College of Nursing Congressionally
             Directed Grant Application: Silver Spring Community Nursing Center
             Construction Project, (09/01/03-08/31/04).



PUBLICATIONS

Original Papers in Refereed Journals

             Anderko, L., Robertson, J. & Lewis, P. (1999). Job satisfaction of a
             differentiated nursing model within a rural-health nursing center, Nursing
             Connections, 12(1), 49-58.

             Anderko, L., Uscian, M., & Robertson, J. (1999). Improving client
             outcomes through differentiated practice: A rural nursing center model,
             Public Health Nursing, 16(3), 168-175.

             Anderko, L., Robertson, J., & Uscian, M. (2000). The effectiveness of a
             rural nursing center in improving health care access in a three county area,
             Journal of Rural Health, 16(2), 177-184.

             Anderko, L. & Uscian, M. (2000). The effectiveness of a community-
             level HIV/STD prevention program in a three-county rural area, Family
             and Community Health, 23(3), 46-58.

             Robertson, J., Anderko, L. & Uscian, M. (2000). Nursing students’
             evaluation of clinical experiences in a rural differentiated-practice setting,
             Nursing Connections, 13(1), 43-52.

             Anderko, L. (2001). Nursing and the environment: Advocacy for a
             healthy community. Agency for Toxic Substances Disease Registry,
             Hazardous Substances and Public Health, Winter 2001,
             1(1)(www.atsdr.cdc.gov/HEC/v11n1-3.html).

             Anderko, L. & Uscian, M. (2001). Quality outcome measures at an
             academic rural nurse managed center: A core safety net provider. Policy,
             Politics, & Nursing Practice, 2(4), 286-292

             Anderko, L. & Kinion, E. (2001). Speaking with a unified voice:
             Recommendations for the collection of aggregated outcome data in nurse-
             managed centers. Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice, 2(4), 293-302.
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Anderko, L. & Uscian, M. (2002). Academic/Community partnerships as
a strategy for positive change in the sexual behavior of rural college-aged
students, Nursing Clinics of North America, 37(2), 341-349.

Anderko, L. (2003). Protecting the health of our nation’s children
through environmental health tracking, Policy, Politics, and Nursing
Practice, 4(1), 14-21.

Anderko, L., Bartz, C., & Lundeen, S.P. (2005). Wellness for a lifetime:
Improving lifestyle behaviors of low-income, ethnically diverse
populations. Annals of Family Medicine, 3 Suppl 2, S35-36.

Anderko, L., Bartz, C., & Lundeen, S.P. (2005). Practice-based research
networks: Nursing centers and communities working collaboratively to
reduce health disparities, Nursing Clinics of North America, 40(4), 747-
758.

Anderko, L.. Lundeen, S., & Bartz, C. (2006). The Midwest Nursing
Centers Consortium Research Network: Translating research into practice.
Policy, Politics, and Nursing Practice, 7(2), 101-109.

Anderko, L. (2008). Eliminating healthcare disparities in America,
Richard Allen Williams, MD, Doody Publishing (Book review available
at:
www.doody.com/corp/DoodysBookReviews/AboutDoodysBookReviews/t
abid/62/Default.aspx.

Anderko, L. (2009). Environmental health nursing: Best practices.
American Journal of Nursing, 109(6), 74-76. doi:
10.1097/01.NAJ.0000352484.16736.4e

Fayram, E. & Anderko, L. (2009). Applied epidemiology for public
health and community-based nurses. Journal of Continuing Education for
Nurses, 40(8), 1-6.

Anderko, L. (2010). Environmental health for childbearing women and
their families. Journal of Obstetrical, Gynecological, & Neonatal Nursing,
 39(1), 82-83.

Anderko, L., Braun, J., & Auinger, P. (2010). Contribution of exposure to
environmental tobacco smoke to learning disabilities in U.S. children.
Journal of Obstetrical, Gynecological, & Neonatal Nursing, 39(1), 111-
117.

Kunz, S. Ricco, J.A., Hill, W.G, Anderko, L. (2010). Communicating
methylmercury risk to vulnerable childbearing populations. Journal of
Obstetrical, Gynecological, and Neonatal Nursing, 39(1), 118-126.
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                    Anderko, L. (2010). Achieving health equity on a global scale through a
                    community-based public health framework for action. Journal of Law
                    Medicine & Ethics, 38: 486–489. doi: 10.1111/j.1748-720X.2010.00507.x

                    Willems Van Dijk, J., Anderko, L., & Stetzer, F. (2011). The impact of
                    prenatal care coordination on birth outcomes. Journal of Obstetrical,
                    Gynecological, & Neonatal Nursing, 40(1), 98-108.

                    Berent, G., Anderko, L. (In press). Solving the Nurse Faculty
                    Shortage: Exploring Recruitment and Retention Issues. Nurse
                    Educator.

                    Windel, L., Anderko, L., Konetzka, T. (In press).
                    Transforming Primary Care: Improving on the Medical Home Model.
                    Journal of Interprofessional Care.

                    Windel, L. & Anderko, L. (In press). Care Plus: An Alternative Approach
                    to Traditional Patient-Centered Medical Homes. Home Healthcare Nurse.

                    Anderko, L., Chalupka, S., Gray, W., & Kesten, K. (Under Review). A
                    proclamation for (green) change: Healing through sustainable health care
                    environments, Health Affairs.

                    Anderko, L., Koepsel, B., Fayram, E., Johnson, S., & Willis, E. (Under
                    Review). The Great Lakes Environmental Health Project: Reducing
                    Health Risks in Women and Children. Canadian Journal of Public Health.


Peer-Reviewed Government Scientific Reports

                    Anderko, L., Anderson, H., Freeman, N., & Philbert, M. (2007).
                    CHPAC-BOSC Review of the Research Translation of the EPA/NIEHS
                    Children’s Research Centers: Accomplishments and Opportunities for the
                    Future, Findings document, US EPA National Center for Environmental
                    Research, Washington D.C. (Federally commissioned).

                    Anderko, L., Andersen, H., Freeman, N., Miller, E., & Turner-Hansen
                    (2008). Review of the EPA/ATSDR Pediatric Environmental Health
                    Specialty Units: Accomplishments and Opportunities for the Future,
                    Findings document, US EPA National Center for Environmental Research,
                    Washington D.C. (Federally commissioned report).


Reviews or Editorials in Refereed Journals

                    Rodgers, B. & Anderko, L. (2004). Letter to the editor, Nursing Outlook,
                    52 (4), 164.
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              Anderko, L. (2006). Invited commentary, Promoting health through
              tailored web-based patient education modalities, Annals of Family
              Medicine, Electronic letter published at:
              www.annfammed.org/cgi/eletters/4/2/148.

              Anderko, L. (2007). The environment and health: A challenge for
              nurses. Nursing Matters, 18(2), 5, 15.

              Anderko, L. (2010). A redirection of approaches is needed: From
              “innocent until proven guilty” to “first do no harm”, Physicians for Social
              Responsibility (PSR), Environmental Health Policy Institute,
              http://www.psr.org/environment-and-health/environmental-health-policy-
              institute/laura-anderko.html.


RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS AT ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

              Anderko, L. (April, 1987). The effect of concurrent use of an oral
              contraceptive and appetite suppressant on the blood pressure of low risk
              young adult women, Research Day, Sigma Theta Tau, Beta Omega
              Chapter, Northern Illinois University,

              Anderko, L. (May, 1990). A format for networking & support for
              agencies delivering community health services: The “VNA First”
              approach, Illinois Public Health Association Annual Conference.

              Anderko, L. (February, 1992). Current research linking childhood cancer
              incidence and parental occupational exposures: Implications for future
              nursing research, Research Day, Sigma Theta Tau, Epsilon Upsilon
              Chapter, Lewis University.

              Anderko, L. (February, 1993). Ovarian cancer: An update on associated
              risks and recommendations for future research, Research Day, Sigma
              Theta Tau, Epsilon Upsilon Chapter, Lewis University.

              Anderko, L. (March, 1993). Healthy People 2000 and Workforce 2000:
              The nurse's role in research and practice, Lewis University, Graduate
              Nursing Symposium.

              Anderko, L. (February, 1994). National health assurance: Policy
              development for the prevention of cancer in the United States, Research
              Day, Sigma Theta Tau, Epsilon Upsilon Chapter, Lewis University.

              Anderko, L. (February, 1995). Are graduate writing exam scores
              predictive of student's academic success in a graduate nursing program?,
              Research Day, Sigma Theta Tau, Epsilon Upsilon Chapter, Lewis
              University.
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Anderko, L. (April, 1996). The association between cancer prevalence
and social indicators in U.S. women 18 years of age and over, Research
Day, Sigma Theta Tau, Beta Omega Chapter, Northern Illinois University.

Anderko, L. (April, 1997). The association between self-reported cancer
history and social indicators in U.S. women 20 years of age and over, The
6th Biennial Symposium on Minorities, the Medically Underserved &
Cancer, Washington, D.C..

Anderko, L. (June, 1997). A rural nursing center model for differentiated
practice, Colorado Nurses Association National Conference, University of
Colorado Health Sciences Center School of Nursing, Vail, Colorado.

Anderko, L. (April, 1998). The TriCounty Community Health Center:
Evaluation of client outcomes, Research Day, Sigma Theta Tau, Beta
Omega Chapter, NIU School of Nursing.

Anderko, L. (November, 1998). Self-reported cancer history and social
indicators in U.S. adult women, American Public Health Association
Annual Conference, Washington D.C.

Anderko, L. & Uscian, M. (January, 1999). Evaluation of client outcomes
for HIV/STD prevention at a rural community nursing center, New
Horizons: Nursing Outcomes Research Conference, University of Miami.

Anderko, L. (June, 1999). Differentiated practice in a rural nursing
center: Student experiences at the AD, BS, and MS levels of learning,
Association of Community Health Nursing Educators Spring Institute,
Nashville, Tennessee.

Anderko, L. (June, 1999). Promoting and facilitating student participation
in the political process. Association of Community Health Nurse
Educators Spring Institute, Nashville, Tennessee.

Anderko, L., Uscian, M., & Robertson, J. (November, 1999) Quality
outcome measures at a rural nurse-managed center, utilizing a
differentiated practice model, American Public Health Association 127th
Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Uscian, M. & Anderko, L. (November, 1999) Client and student outcomes
in rural community service-learning projects, American Public Health
Association 127th Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Kulbock, P. & Anderko, L., (June, 2000). Three hour workshop presented
entitled, Utilizing large public domain data sets in PHN research: Access
and applications, Association of Community Health Nursing Educators
Spring Institute, Scottsdale, Arizona.
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Anderko, L., Uscian, M. & DeWaters, T. (November, 2000). Measuring
client outcomes of the chronically ill: The effectiveness of interventions in
a rural nursing center, using a differentiated practice model, The
American Public Health Association 128th Annual Conference, Boston,
Mass.

Anderko, L. (February, 2001). Invited speaker to present (8 hour
workshop) Survival skills for nurse leaders in the 21st century, Northwest
Regional Association of Nurse Leaders, Annual Conference, Elgin, IL.

Anderko, L. & Uscian, M. (November, 2001). Perceived health status
among rural Americans: The impact of health care availability through a
nurse-managed center, the American Public Health Association for the
129th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.

Anderko, L. & Fitch, E. (May/June, 2001). The emerging role of the
advanced practice community health nurse in a shrinking world:
Reflections from Kenya, the Association of Community Health Nurse
Educators Spring Institute, Charlottesville, VA.

Anderko, L. & Fitch, E. (2001). The greening of the curriculum:
Environmental health and nursing. The Association of Community
Health Nurse Educators, Spring 2002 Institute, St. Louis, Mo.

 Anderko, L. & Uscian, M. (2002). Developing an academic-community
 partnership in rural Illinois to improve the health of Hispanics diagnosed
 with diabetes. Abstract accepted for an oral paper presentation to the
 American Public Health Association, Public Health Nursing Section, for
 the 130th Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

 Anderko, L. (2002). Social determinants of cancer in American adult
 women. Abstract accepted for an oral paper presentation to the American
 Public Health Association, Public Health Nursing Section, for the 130th
 Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

 Anderko, L. (2002). Preparing public health nurses for the 21st century:
 Strategies for teaching environmental health nursing. Abstract accepted
 for an oral paper presentation to the American Public Health Association,
 Environmental Health Section, for the 130th Annual Conference,
 Philadelphia, PA.

 Anderko, L., Butterfield, P. & Marmagas, S. (2003). Research Workshop
 entitled, Community Health Nursing and Nationwide Health Tracking: A
 Federal Initiative to Improve the Public’s Health in the 21st Century. The
 Association of Community Health Nurse Educators, Spring 2003
 Institute, Colorado Spring, CO.
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Afzal, B., (University of Maryland) Anderko, L., (University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee) Orris, P., (University of Illinois-Chicago). (2004)
Putting Prevention into Practice – Health Effects of Mercury, Mercury:
Medical and Public Health Issues, U.S. EPA Conference, Tampa, Florida,
March.

Anderko, L. (2004). Wellness for a Lifetime: Using Practice-Based
Research Networks to Reduce Obesity in Vulnerable Populations.
Wisconsin Public Health Nursing Conference, Milwaukee, WI, April.

Anderko, L., Lundeen, S., & Bartz, C. (2004). Translating research into
community-based practice: The Midwest Nursing Centers Consortium
Research Network. Paper presentation; Association of Community Health
Nurse Educators, Spring 2004 Institute. Minneapolis, May.

Anderko, L. & Persky, V. (University of Illinois-Chicago) (2004).
Populations at Risk: Addressing Groups for High Risk Exposures, Making
the Connection: Human Health and Environmental Exposures, University
of Wisconsin Medical School and Physicians for Social Responsibility,
Madison, WI, June.

Anderko, L., Lundeen, S., & Bartz, C. (2004). Wellness for a Lifetime:
Using Practice-Based Research Networks to Improve Lifestyle Behaviors
in Low-Income Populations. Vanderbilt and National Nursing Centers
Conference. Nashville, October.

Anderko, L., Lundeen, S., & Bartz, C. (2004). Wellness for a lifetime:
Reducing health disparities through community partnerships. Paper
presentation; 132nd Annual Conference of the American Public Health
Association. Washington DC, November.

Bartz, C., & Anderko, L. (2005). Protection of human subjects in multi-
site intervention research. Paper presentation at the “Midwest Nursing
Research Society”, Cincinnati, April.

Plonczynski, Lundeen, S., Anderko, L., & Bartz, C. (2005). Practiced-
based research networks: Improving lifestyle behaviors of ethnically
diverse, low-income patients in primary care settings. Paper presentation
at the “Midwest Nursing Research Society”, Cincinnati, April.

Lundeen, S., & Anderko, L. (2005). Translating research into practice:
The Midwest nursing centers consortium research network. Paper
presentation at the “Midwest Nursing Research Society”, Cincinnati,
April.

Anderko, L., Bartz, C. (2005). Obesity: Addressing health disparities
through university/community partnerships. Paper presentation at the WI
PHA, Madison, May.
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Anderko, L., Bartz, C., Lundeen, S. (2005). Wellness for a lifetime: In
support of using a public health model for delivering successful primary
prevention initiatives within the primary health care setting. Paper
presentation at “Association of Community Health Educators”, Hartford,
CT, June.

Bartz, C., Anderko, L., & Lundeen, S. (2005). Longitudinal assessment of
client satisfaction in a PBRN. Poster presentation at the “Agency for
Healthcare Research and Quality”, Washington, D.C, July.

Anderko, L., Lundeen, S., & Bartz, C. (2005). Improving research process
and outcomes using community-based Participatory Research Principles.
Paper presentation at the “Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality”,
Washington, D.C, July.

Anderko, L. (2005). Wellness for a lifetime: Using practice-based
research networks to improve lifestyle behaviors in low-income
populations. Paper presentation at the “National Nursing Centers
Conference (NNCC)”, Albuquerque, October.

Anderko, L. (2005). Community/Campus Partnerships: Reducing health
disparities related to fish consumption and Mercury toxicity. Paper
presentation at the “National Nursing Centers Conference (NNCC)”,
Albuquerque, October.

Bartz, C., Anderko, L., Kinion, & Schafer. (2005). Translational research
in nursing practice-based research networks to eliminate health
disparities: Policies and implementation. Paper presentation at the
“National Nursing Centers Conference (NNCC)”, Albuquerque, NM,
October.

Anderko, L., Lundeen, S., & Bartz, C. (2005). One size does not fit all: In
the support of using a public health approach for delivery comprehensive
primary health care. Paper presentation at the “133rd Annual Conference
of the American Public Health Association”. Philadelphia, December.

APHA PHN Section Task Force (Anderko, L., member). (2005). Quad
Council Perspectives: Ensuring a foundation for environmental health in
nursing. Panel presentation at the “133rd Annual Conference of the
American Public Health Association”. Philadelphia, December.

Anderko, L. (2005). Wellness for a lifetime: A Robert Wood Johnson
Project: Focusing on community-based participatory research for
improving physical activity and nutrition. Paper presentation at “Multi-
Disciplinary Conference on Obesity” Milwaukee, December.

Anderko, L. (2006). Methylmercury Exposure Assessment within a
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Practice-Based Research Network. Paper presentation for “AHRQ
National PBRN Research Conference”, Bethesda, May. .

Anderko, L. (2006). Methylmercury Exposure Assessment: The Nursing
Centers Research Network Project. Paper presentation for the “National
Nursing Centers Conference (NNCC)”, DelRay Beach, October.

Anderko, L. (2006). Potential for Health Risks Associated with Fish
Consumption: Methylmercury Exposure Assessment within a Practice-
Based Research Network (PBRN). Paper presentation for the “American
Public Health Association Annual Conference”, Boston, November.

Anderko, L. (2006). Human Health and the Environment: Challenges and
Opportunities for Nurses. Paper presentation for the Wisconsin Nurses
Association Annual Conference, Appleton, October.

Anderko, L. (2007). Environment and Health: Health Care without Harm.
Paper presentation, WNA Nurses Day at the Capital, Madison, March.

Anderko, L. (2007). Perspectives on Environmental Health Issues and
Initiatives: An Action Plan for Nursing. Paper presentation for the
Wisconsin Nurses Association Annual Conference, La Crosse, October.

Anderko, L. & Koepsel, B. (2007). Assessing and Communicating Risk to
At-Risk Populations: Reducing Risk for Mercury Exposure. Paper
presentation for the “National Nursing Centers Conference (NNCC)”,
Washington, DC, October.

Anderko, L. (2007). Go F.I.S.H. (Fish Consumption, Investigation,
Screening, & Health Education): Assessing and communicating Risk to
At-Risk Populations. Paper presentation for “American Public Health
Association Annual Conference”, Washington, DC, November.

Anderko, L. &Fayram, E. (2008). A Professional Development Offering:
Epidemiology for Public Health Nurses, Wisconsin Public Health Nursing
Educators Annual Conference, Madison, WI.

Anderko, L. (2008). Go F.I.S.H. (Fish Consumption, Investigation,
Screening, & Health Education): Assessing and communicating Risk,
National EPA panel presentation, May, Chicago, IL.

Anderko, L. (2008). Ecological Connections: Human Health and the
Environment, National Wellness Conference, Paper presentation, July,
Stevens Point, WI.

Anderko, L. & Fayram, E. (2008). Enhancing Epidemiological Skills for
Public Health Nurses, “American Public Health Association”, October,
Paper presentation, San Diego, CA.
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Anderko, L., Chalupka, S., & Blackburn, E. (2008). Special Session:
Global Climate Change: Partnerships for Public Health Action.
“American Public Health Association”, October, Paper presentations (3
papers accepted for this session), San Diego, CA.

Anderko, L., Meurer, J., O’Connor, S.,& Johnson, C. (2008) Assessing
habits for modifying nutrition and physical activity behaviors in lower-
income urban children and families. “American Public Health Association
Annual Conference”, October, Paper presentation, San Diego, CA.

Anderko, L. (2009). Redefining the Future: A Values Based Health System,
Keynote, Values Based Health Care Forum, Georgetown University
School of Nursing and Health Studies, Department of Nursing, March.

Anderko, L. (2009). Celebrating Research and the Art of Discovery: One
Nurse’s Personal Journey, Keynote, Sigma Theta Tau Induction,
Georgetown University School of Nursing and Health Studies, Department
of Nursing, May.

Anderko, L. (2009). Invited keynote, Global Climate Change and Health,
Wisconsin Nurses Association 100th Anniversary Celebration, October,
Milwaukee, WI.

Anderko, L., Chalupka, S., & Blackburn, E. (2009). Special Session:
Climate Change, Nursing, and Public Health: Partnerships for Action
“American Public Health Association”, November, Philadelphia, PA

Anderko, L. (2009). Strategies to Reduce Health Hazards Associated with
Coastal Urbanization and Climate Change “American Public Health
Association”, November, Philadelphia, PA

Anderko, L. & Bullock, K. (2010). Environmental Justice: Reducing
health disparities in low-income, urban, minority populations through
culturally sensitive outreach programs, EPA Environmental Justice
Conference, New Orleans, LA.

 Anderko, L., Fayram, E., Johnson, S., Koepsel, B.,Willis, E., & Vaclav, J.
(2010). Reducing health disparities related to environmental exposures:
The Great Lakes Environmental Health Project, Paper presentation,
November, “American Public Health Association”, Denver, CO

Anderko, L., Anderko, C., & Fahey, C. (2010). Building public health
provider capacity for environmental health through web-based media,
Paper presentation, November, “American Public Health Association”,
Denver, CO.

Anderko, L., Chalupka, S, Blackburn, E., & Huffling, K. (2010). Toxic-
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                    free Newborns: Strategies for Reducing Exposures and Related Health.
                    Paper accepted for the September “Association of Women’s Health,
                    Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN)”, Las Vegas, NV.

                    Anderko, L. (2011). Communicating Environmental Risks to Patients,
                    Clinical Applications and Success Stories, Obstetrical and Neonatal
                    Nursing, Las Vegas, NV.



UNIVERSITY SERVICE (limited to the past 10 years):

      Membership or leadership in department, school, college, division, university,
      system committees and/or task forces

      Georgetown University

      2011- Current Faculty Senate (elected position)

      2011- Current Chair, Center for Health Equity, Research, and Implementation,
                    Workgroup

      2011- Current Member, Georgetown University, President’s Initiative: Complex Moral
                    Issues

      2010-Current Faculty Fellow, Center for Social Justice

      2010-Current Chair, Interdisciplinary PhD Workgroup, School of Nursing & Health
                   Studies

      2010-Current Member, Georgetown University President’s Initiative: Environmental
                   Sciences

      2010-Current Member, Search Committee for Dean, NHS

      2010          Member, Search Committee for Chair, Health Systems and Policy
                    Department, NHS

      2009-Current NHS Representative, Faculty Governance Committee, GUMC Strategic
                   Planning Initiative, GUMC

                    Search Committee for the Chair of the Department of Health Systems and
                    Policy, NHS

                    Social Justice Team, Georgetown University Program on Domestic
                    Poverty and Global Inequities. Scheduled for June, in Fairfield, CT
                    entitled, “Transforming the World and Being Transformed” to articulate
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               how Jesuit colleges and universities create an educational community
               inspired to transform the lives of our students and ourselves.

 2008-Current Scanlon Endowed Chair for Values Based Health Care
               2010, Organized Faculty Workshop on Jesuit Values with Fr. Chris
                 Steck
               2010, Collaborated in the development of webpage for Values Based
                 Mission at NHS
               2010/2011 Hosted two film events on Health Disparities, one in fall
                 and one in spring semester

               Curriculum Planning Committee, School of Nursing & Health Studies
               (NHS), Ex-officio member

               Values Based Council, NHS, member

                  2011, Organized Values Based Lecture, Dr. Rochelle Rollins,
                   Director, Office of Minority Health
                  2011, Oversight of By-Laws revisions to convert Council, which is
                   based in the Department of Nursing, to an all school Committee


University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

2004-Current   PhD Public and Community Health partnership with Medical College of
               Wisconsin
                      Steering Committee
                      Co-Chair, Concentrations Task Force
2006-2008      School of Public Health Planning Steering Committee
2007-2008      School of Public Health Development
                      Co-Chair, PhD Health Administration and Policy
                      Faculty Advisor, Public Health Certificate

 College of Nursing (UWM)

 Nursing Administration Track Ad-hoc Task Force, 2002

 2002-2007     Chair, Committee on Practice and Partnerships
               Member, Dean’s Coordinating Council
               Member, Associate’s Dean Council
               Member, Academic Planning Committee
               Member, Executive Committee
                      Workload subcommittee
                      Faculty Review subcommittee
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University (Northern Illinois University)

2001          Faculty Senate (elected position)


School of Nursing (Northern Illinois University)


2001-2002
            Fall
              Personnel Committee, Member And Secretary
              Personnel Elections Sub-Committee, Member
              Research Committee, Member (STTI Representative)
              Ad-Hoc Committee, MS/MPH Program Option, Member
              Tenure and Tenure-Track Faculty Committee, Member
              Accreditation Committee (AACN), Standard III (Curriculum), Co-chair

            Spring
              Task force, Nursing Administration and MS/MBA Curriculum (UWM)

2000-2001
              Personnel Committee, Member And Secretary
              Personnel Elections Sub-Committee, Member
              Research Committee, Member (STTI Representative)
              Ad-Hoc Committee, MS/MPH Program Option, Member
              Curriculum and Evaluation: Portfolio Sub-Committee, Member
              Tenure and Tenure-Track Faculty Committee, Member
              Accreditation Committee (AACN), Standard III (Curriculum), Co-chair

1999-2000
              Personnel Committee, Member & Secretary
              Personnel Elections Sub-Committee, Member
              Research Committee, Member (STTI Representative)
              Ad-Hoc Committee, MS/MPH Program Option, Member
              Curriculum and Evaluation: Portfolio Sub-Committee, Member
              Tenure and Tenure-Track Faculty Committee, Member
              Accreditation Committee (AACN), Standard III (Curriculum), Co-chair

1998-1999
              Standards Committee, Member
              Personnel Committee, Member and Co-secretary
              Personnel Elections Sub-Committee, Member
              Ad-Hoc Committee, MS/MPH Program Option, Member
              Curriculum and Evaluation: Portfolio Sub-Committee, Member
              Tenure and Tenure-Track Faculty Committee, Member
              TriCounty Community Health Center, Faculty Steering Committee,
              Member
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                    TriCounty Community Health Center, Community Advisory Committee,
                    Member


TEACHING ACTIVITIES (Academic courses taught within last ten years):

At Georgetown University (Spring 2011)

                    (HESY 187) Health Care Across the Continuum: Health Systems (3 cr.
                    Hrs.)

                    (HESY 464) Eliminating Health Disparities (3 cr. Hrs.)


At Georgetown University (Fall 2010)

                    (HESY 184) Epidemiological Principles, Patterns, and Practices for
                     Healthcare Management and Policy (3 cr. Hrs.)

                    (HEST 105) Climate Change and Public Health (1cr. Hrs.)


At Georgetown University (Fall 2009)

                    (HESY 184) Epidemiological Principles, Patterns, and Practices for
                     Healthcare Management and Policy (3 cr. Hrs.)

                    (INTH 177) Epidemiological Approaches to Public Health (3 cr. Hrs.)

At University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

                    (GS 471) Global Securities (3 cr. Hrs.)

                    (NURS 401) Leadership Theory (2 cr. Hrs.)

                    (NURS 429) Seminar in Nursing Issues (2 cr. Hrs.)

                    (NURS 430) Clinical Experience, Community Health Nursing Leadership
                    (4 cr. Hrs.)

                    (NURS 440) Environmental and Occupational Health (3 cr. Hrs.)

                    (NURS 480) Environmental Health Nursing (1 cr. Hr.)

                    (NURS 513) Nursing Research (3 cr. Hrs.)

                    (NURS 515) Diversity Within Community Health Nursing Systems for
                    Advanced Practice Nursing (3 cr. Hrs.)
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             (NURS 530) Independent Study (3 cr. Hrs.)

             (NURS 573) Community Health Nursing: Health Promotion, (3 cr. Hrs.)

             (NURS 690-410) Community and Family Health Nursing (3 cr. Hrs.)

             (NURS 690-101) Cultural Diversity and Health Care (3 cr. Hrs.)

             (NURS 690-727) Epidemiology (3 cr. Hrs.)

             (NURS 690-803) Nursing Science and Health Policy (3 cr. Hrs.)

Teaching Recognition Award

             2009
             Teaching Excellence, national honor awarded by Nursing Spectrum

Funded Internships for Students

             2005-2008
             Milwaukee Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Community Health
             Internship Program (CHIP), 8 weeks summer internship. Student funded
             to work on Methylmercury screening for at-risk populations: Go F.I.S.H.
             project

             2008-2011
             A variety of funded internships have been arranged for students, including
             the DC Department of Health.

             Mentor, Reach the Decision Makers (Reach), a project of the UCSF
             Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment, is an innovative
             science and policy training program that works to increase the number of
             scientists, community-based leaders, public health and health care
             professionals who are actively involved in informing the US
             Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) of current and relevant
             scientific findings impacting their decisions in setting policy.

Professional Development Programs

             2006-2008
             Intermediate Epidemiology for Public Health Professionals (22 contact
             hours, CEUs)

            Epidemiology for Public/Community Health Nurses (22 contact hours,
            CEUs)
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                  Epidemiology for Public/Community Health Nurses (online) (22 contact
                  hours, CEUs)

                  Writing for Publication Workshop (10 contact hours, CEUs)

                  2009- Current
                  Fish Facts for Health Professionals (www.fish-facts.org) a series of
                  educational media modules designed for nurses, physicians and public
                  health professionals about the evidence surrounding methylmercury
                  toxicity, human health, and fish consumption.

                  Co-Chair, Grant Writing Workshop, Funded through Kendeda Foundation,
                  Flathead, Montana (Summer 2011).

     Innovations in Courses

     I am highlighting innovations in courses I have taught and/or revised because this
     has been a central theme of my faculty academic career. I have received external
     funding and competitive funding for many of these activities, particularly the
     development of innovative, multidisciplinary courses.

1.   Epidemiology (N 531): Developed course that utilized applied epidemiological strategies
     for graduate nursing students, Lewis University. Course became a required course for the
     Community Health Nursing track and included a variety of “hands-on” learning such as
     investigation of an epidemic. The course was favorably received by students (Initiated
     1993).

2.   As Graduate Director at Lewis University, developed entire curriculum for a program of
     study in Nursing Education, including course syllabi with input from faculty, students and
     Graduate Advisory Committee. Courses included: Curriculum Development for Nurse
     Educators, Issues in Educational Outcomes for Nurse Educators, Advanced Practice for
     Nurse Educators, and Clinical Practicum. In addition to two new tracks, an RN/MSN
     option was created, allowing Associate Degree nurses to fast track through the BSN
     program to earn an MSN degree. (Track approved 1993).

3.   As Graduate Director at Lewis University, developed entire curriculum for a program of
     study in Nursing Administration, including course syllabi with input from faculty,
     students, and Graduate Advisory Committee. Courses included Organizational Theory for
     Nurse Administrators, Human Resource Management for Nurse Administrators, Strategic
     Planning for Health Care and a Clinical Practicum (Track approved 1993). An MSN/MBA
     option was later developed in collaboration with Dean of the Business College (Option
     approved Spring 1995). Ten students were admitted to this program option the first
     semester offered.

4.   As Graduate Director at Lewis University, developed a Week-end Workshop Option for
     graduate students to fulfill elective course requirement. Workshop topics were offered
     Friday evenings from 5-9 PM and Saturdays from 9-5PM for one hour of elective credit.
     Course topics included: Grant writing; Case management; Writing for Publication;
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     Marketing for Health Care; Social Policy Analysis, among others. Each workshop was
     designed (course objectives, syllabi) with input from faculty, students, and the Graduate
     Advisory Committee (Initiated in 1992).

5.   Leadership Practicum (NURS 430) and Theory (NURS 429) courses: Integrated concepts
     related to personality types and effectiveness in communication, human interaction from
     book Do What You Are (Teiger and Teiger, 1994). Materials based on Meyers-Briggs
     concepts and used to assist students in better understanding how personality shapes
     leadership behaviors, one’s personal strengths and weaknesses, and preferred career
     choices based on type. Students have consistently reported a high interest in this content,
     and have successfully applied concepts to case studies posed in class. Updated my skills
     with course offered at Northern Illinois University, which offered ideas on in-class
     activities to highlight and respect differences in others. In addition, a Training Manual
     purchased with detailed instruction on presenting concepts in a classroom setting.
     (Initiated 1996).

6.   MS/MPH Option designed in collaboration with the Department of Allied Health,
     Northern Illinois University. Needs assessment conducted for the northwestern regional
     area in Illinois to gauge interest of the program option. Curriculum and syllabi developed
     in partnership with Dr. Julie Robertson. Responsible for teaching, marketing and student
     advisement for this program option. The only program offered in the State of Illinois
     (Initiated 1996).

7.   Community Health (NURS 324) and Nursing Leadership (NURS 430): Integrated public
     health advocacy concepts and course activities into these courses at both the graduate
     and undergraduate levels. Content includes activities such as exploring bills under
     consideration, how to communicate effectively with your legislator, and real-life case
     studies to highlight how nurses can be successful as public health advocates. More
     recently, on-line resources that provide information on such topics as “how to check on
     status of a bill”, “exploring how your representative vote on specific issues”, etc. have
     been integrated into the course. Students now write letters via the web as part of the
     course requirement, for a selected issue of interest to them. These strategies were
     presented at a national nursing conference and an invitation recently received to submit
     manuscript on these strategies (Initiated 1993).
     Also integrated environmental health concepts, using videotapes to convey the message
     and the nurse’s role into community health course (undergraduate and graduate). The
     Pollution Prevention Kit from the ANA, other publications from Health Care Without
     Harm and Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, as well as a variety of
     videotapes are used (e.g., Videotape “Our Waste, Our Responsibility: Minimizing
     Health Care’s Impact”). Students have been very interested in this area and in
     evaluations have consistently expressed an interest to learn more (Initiated 1993).

8.   Environmental Health Nursing (NURS 480): In response to student interest generated
     from lectures in the Community Health Nursing course, a one-hour elective course was
     designed for undergraduate nursing students and offered in Spring 2001. The course
     syllabus and course study packet was developed. Invited to write manuscript and present
     several different papers on the course content, teaching strategies, and findings of student
     evaluations.
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9.   Cultural Diversity and Health Care (NURS 101): This graduate nursing course was first
     taught and designed in 1997, and a variety of innovations have been integrated into the
     course. Most notably, the inclusion of a series of lectures related to alternative therapies.
     This topic is closely aligned to cultural heritage, and students had little knowledge
     regarding the variety of therapies that were available in this country. One required
     assignment is to interview and personally experience one alternative therapy and present
     findings to their peers. Topics have ranged from acupuncture and therapeutic massage to
     color therapy and therapeutic horseback riding. This has been favorably received by
     students and remains a required assignment for the course (Initiated 1997).
              Integrated literature and film into the course to provide another perspective on
     health as it is impacted by poverty, ethnicity and the American culture, using Native
     American literature and film. Students are required to view the film and analyze the
     characters using the six cultural phenomena as well as critically analyzing their own
     prejudices and misconceptions about this population. Favorable received by students,
     and continues to be assigned in not only diversity course, but community health nursing
     courses (Initiated 1997). Content was updated regularly, including addition of content
     gained through experiences. For example, knowledge and experiences gained when I
     worked with Native Hawaiians was integrated into the course. Native herbs and several
     books on traditional healing shared with students in the diversity course and traditional
     beliefs on healing and health have been shared. Favorable received, particularly since
     this is a population not discussed often in the literature, but with serious health problems
     and needs (Initiated 2000).

10. Seminar in Rural Health Nursing (NURS 580): Received funding in November 2000 for
    Professional Development to Support the Integration of Environmental Concepts into the
    Adult Nurse Practitioner Rural Health Course. Co-developed this course, with a specific
    emphasis on diagnosing environmentally caused illnesses in rural populations and how
    Adult Nurse Practitioners might diagnose these illnesses properly. Case studies available
    on CD-ROM were integrated into the course activities, as well as a variety of
    environmental health assessment tools. Attended course in Montana in Spring 2001 to
    expand knowledge in the area of environmental health assessment and prevention
    strategies, which were applied to course content.

11. Created Blackboard site for (690-410) Community Health Nursing course, Spring 2002.
    Three-hour course taken at UWM to learn techniques. Web links, course assignments, and
    Power point lectures available to students both at Parkside and Milwaukee campuses.

12. Applied Toxicology (NURS 735): Developed an on-line graduate level nursing course for
    the Environmental Health Nursing track, University of Maryland School of Nursing,
    Summer 2002. Course developed in collaboration with faculty from the toxicology
    department in the College of Medicine and Information and Technology faculty at the
    School of Nursing. Power point presentations were created using voice-overs and video
    streaming using Blackboard software.

13. On-line Course Development: Nursing Science and Health Policy (NURS 803): PhD level
    nursing course for the UWM College of Nursing, Summer 2003. Power point
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    presentations were created using voice-overs and video streaming using Blackboard
    software.

14. Global Securities Core II: Developed course in collaboration with other disciplines
    (Geography and International Law); one of the core courses required of students in the
    Bachelor of Arts Global Studies Security Track, Summer 2005. The course synthesizes
    historical, cultural, environmental, economic, and political considerations to provide an
    overview of factors influencing security for the world. This course directly precedes
    students' international internship experience. It is built on real world illustrations through
    case studies and practical tools for handling complex situations.

15. Intermediate Epidemiology professional development workshop offered through
    Continuing Education and Outreach Program at UWM College of Nursing to the
    Milwaukee/Waukesha Bioterrorism Consortial Group. A five week course, six hour
    sessions, 2006, 2007.

16. NURS 803: Fall 2006 received funding ($1,000.00) to adapt Policy course into a 3 hours
    course with a more global focus. This course was developed to integrate international
    health policy.

17. A grant was funded by Health Resources and Services Administration in Fall 2006
    ($55,000.00), for a professional development project, Public Health Nurses:
    Epidemiological Science Skills. The course was developed in partnership with public
    health partners across the state of Wisconsin and the Center for Lifelong Learning (Public
    Health Regional Center in Minnesota). Involved in the grant writing and with the
    planning process, and will also be the faculty assigned to teach the series of courses in
    Eau Claire and Wausau (spring 2007). An online version of the course offered in the
    summer 2007.

18. Collaborator in writing grant; Buyout as Academic Program Manager for Southeastern
    Wisconsin: Linking Education and Practice for Excellence in Public Health Nursing
    (L.E.A.P.) Grant (Susan Zahner, PI, UW Madison School of Nursing; 1.2 million dollars
    over three years). This grant focuses on improving public health competencies of new
    graduates of baccalaureate programs. Office for the Southeastern Wisconsin is housed in
    the Institute for Urban Health Partnerships.

19. Development and implementation of environmental health nursing workshop based on
    National Environmental Education and Training Foundation (NEETF) training. Graduate
    and undergraduate students educated, as well as nurses and nurse practitioners.
    Workshops were offered using EPA Region 5 staff and other community based
    organizations as speakers. As of Summer 2007, over 500 professionals educated in
    pediatric environmental health issues and assessment techniques.

20. Development of the Public Health Certificate for the planned School of Public Health,
    full approval Fall 2007. Faculty Advisor for this option, by Fall 2008 over 40 students
    registered for the program.
                                                                                Anderko, Laura
                                                                             Curriculum Vita 29

    21. On steering committee for the development of the School of Public Health for the
        University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Chaired the subcommittee for the PhD in Health
        Policy and Administration, which was developed in 2008.

    22. Development of courses for Georgetown University, School of Nursing & Health Studies
        including: 3 courses for the Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP), 2 courses in
        Epidemiology (one for International Health and one for Health Systems and Policy), and
        2 courses for the new Masters in Environmental Health, Human Sciences Department
        (2008/2009).

    23. Development of 2 courses, for Georgetown University, School of Nursing & Health
        Studies: Climate Change and Health (HEST 105) and Eliminating Health Disparities
        (HESY 464) (2010/2011).

    24. Development of a Community Based Learning Course in partnership with the Center for
        Social Justice, Epidemiology (HESY 184) (2010/2011).


Student supervision:

Dissertation supervision

     Name               Role       Title                            Finish
A. Valerius            Member      Hepatitis C and V.A. Patient     PhD May
                                   Outcomes                         2005
M. Polchert            Member      Perceived health competence in   PhD
                                   elderly, underserved minority    December
                                   populations.                     2006
G. Berent              Member      Retention of nursing             EdD
(Northern Illinois                 professors. (Passed comps in     May
University)                        Fall 2005; Dissertation          2008
                                   proposal Fall 2006)
A. Renda             Committee     Cultural influences-East Asian   PhD May
                      Member       populations. (Passed comps in    2010
                                   Fall 2007)
K. Dowat                Chair      Hot flashes in pre-menopausal    PhD May
                                   women. (Passed comps in          2009
                                   Spring 2006; Dissertation
                                   proposal Fall 2006)
L. Schnepper            Chair      Healing touch, string theory     PhD May
                                   and treatment of breast cancer   2009
                                   (Passed comps in Spring 2006;
                                   Dissertation proposal Spring
                                   2007)
C. Mikol               Member      Amusement parks and injuries     PhD
                                   in children.                     December
                                                                    2007
                                                                      Anderko, Laura
                                                                   Curriculum Vita 30


      Name        Role    Title                           Finish
J. Willems Van    Chair   Prenatal Care Coordination      PhD
Dijk                      Outcomes in Wisconsin           May
                          (Passed comps in Spring 2006;   2008
                          Dissertation proposal Spring
                          2007)
A. Banda         Member   Sociopolitical aspects of       PhD Spring
                          libraries: An international     2006
                          perspective
A. Otter         Member   Evaluating the Fish-Facts       DNP
(University of            Environmental Educational       Spring
Washington)               Media Modules;                  2011

				
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