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					                                 University of California San Francisco                    Revised: 1/15/09

                                           CURRICULUM VITAE

Name:           Barbara Jean Drew

Position:       Professor (Step 5)
                Department of Physiological Nursing
                School of Nursing

                Clinical Professor of Medicine, Division of Cardiology, UCSF School of Medicine (secondary)

Address:        Room N-631H, Box 0610
                University of California, San Francisco
                San Francisco, CA 94143-0610

                Voice: (415) 476-4302
                Fax: (415) 476-8899
                Email: Barbara.drew@nursing.ucsf.edu
                Web page: http://nurseweb.ucsf.edu/www/ffdrew.htm

EDUCATION:

 1965-66       University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI                                   Nursing prerequisites
 1966-67       Madison General Hospital School of Nursing, Madison, WI                Nursing
 1967-68       St. Anthony School of Nursing, Rockford, IL                    RN      Graduated with honors
 1975-76       University of Redlands, Redlands, CA                                   Prerequisites for BSN
 1976-77       California State University, Sacramento, CA                    BSN     Nursing
 1978-80       University of California, San Francisco, CA                    MS      Nursing
 1986-90       University of California, San Francisco, CA                    PhD     Nursing

LICENSES, CERTIFICATION:

1971-now        Registered Nurse, California
1984-1993       Critical Care RN Certification, American Association of Critical Care Nurses
2000-now        Clinical Nurse Specialist Certification, California

PRINCIPAL POSITIONS HELD:

1968-71      Evanston Hospital, Coronary Care Unit, Evanston, IL                          Critical Care Nurse
1971-78      Alameda Hospital, Coronary Care Unit, Alameda, CA                            Head Nurse
1978-81      Alta Bates Hospital, Coronary Care Unit, Berkeley, CA                        Nursing Director
1981-86      University of California, San Francisco, Assistant Clinical Professor        Nursing
1990-96      University of California, San Francisco, Assistant Professor                 Nursing
1996-00      University of California, San Francisco, Associate Professor                 Nursing
2000-now     University of California, San Francisco, Professor                           Nursing
2002-now     University of California, San Francisco, Clinical Professor                  Medicine

OTHER POSITIONS HELD CONCURRENTLY:

1981-87      Alta Bates Hospital, Berkeley, CA                Per diem, Critical Care Nurse, Coronary Care Unit
1991-now     UCSF Medical Center, Dept of Nursing             Associate Appointment as Clinical Nurse Specialist

HONORS AND AWARDS:

1965    High School Salutatorian and one-year tuition scholarship to the University of Wisconsin
1968    Graduate with honors, St. Anthony School of Nursing (Top student in class of 35)
1974    Employee of the Year Award, Alameda Hospital, Alameda, CA


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1979   Postgraduate Nursing Fellowship, San Francisco Lung Association ($2,200).
1986   Professional Nurse Traineeship Award from the Public Health Service, U.S. Department of Health and
       Human Services ($6,000).
1990 Outstanding abstract award, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses' National Teaching Institute
1990 American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Research Award (outstanding contribution to nursing
       practice)
1993 UCSF Faculty Development Award, Academic Senate Committee
1993 Selected as one of 10 critical care mentors in the US for American Association of Critical Care Nurses'
       Mentor-Fellowship Program
1992 Distinction in Teaching Award, UCSF Division of the Academic Senate
1994 Fellow, Council on Cardiovascular Nursing, American Heart Association
1995 Research Utilization Award, Sigma Theta Tau International
1995 Fellow, American Academy of Nursing
1997 Young Investigator Research Award, 70th Scientific Sessions, American Heart Association.
1998 Miembro Asociado por Invitacion, La Sociedad Mexicana De Cardiologia, Mexico, D. F.
1998 John J. Sampson Exemplary Volunteer Award, American Heart Association, San Francisco
2001 AHA CVN Council Katherine A. Lembright Award for achievement in cardiovascular nursing research
2001 Professional Education Award, San Francisco American Heart Association. (June 28, 2001).
2001 Nominee, Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award, UCSF Graduate Students’ Association.
2002 Distinguished Research Lecturer Award, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses National
       Teaching Institute
2003 Outstanding Faculty Mentorship Award. Graduate Students’ Association & Graduate Division
       Alumni Association. (May 1, 2003).
2003 Margretta Madden Styles Award. Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society of Nursing. (June 5, 2003).
2004 One of 10 nurse scientists selected for National Institute of Nursing Research’s “Committed to the Public
       Trust” campaign sponsored by Johnson & Johnson’s Campaign for Nursing’s Future (Dr. Drew’s DVD
       interview disseminated widely to Schools of Nursing & other institutions/professional societies)
2005 Clinical Article of the Year Award, Council on Cardiovascular Nursing, American Heart Association
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2006 26 Helen Nahm Research Lecture Award (recognizes UCSF School of Nursing faculty or graduate who
       has made outstanding contribution to nursing science & research (June 2, 2006)
2006 Fulbright Senior Scientist Award, Institute of Nursing Science, University of Basel, Switzerland
2007 Nominated for Distinction in Teaching Award, UCSF Division of the Academic Senate
2007 UCSF School of Nursing Centennial Wall of Fame (selected as one of 100 distinguished
       graduates and faculty placed on the wall and unveiled on Alumni Day, April 28, 2007)
2008-09 Distinguished Teaching Award, UCSF Division of the Academic Senate

KEYWORDS/AREAS OF INTEREST:

Heart disease, acute coronary syndrome, electrocardiography, cardiac monitoring, pre-hospital
electrocardiogram, cardiac arrhythmia, coronary care unit, critical care nursing

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

CLINICAL (last 5 years)

As a Clinical Nurse Specialist in the area of acute cardiac care, my focus has been to improve the way clinicians
monitor patients’ electrocardiograms (ECGs) in hospital and pre-hospital settings. In 2004, I Chaired the expert
writing group for the American Heart Association Scientific Position Statement that provided clinicians with the
first Practice Standards for ECG monitoring in hospital settings. I was awarded the “Clinical Article of the Year”
Award at the 2005 Annual Scientific Sessions of the American Heart Association for this effort. A companion
article was published in 2006 to guide clinicians on how to implement the Practice Standards. I advise numerous
clinicians regionally and nationally on the “best practices” for arrhythmia, ischemia, and QT interval ECG
monitoring. For example, I am currently assisting nurse managers of the 5 critical care/progressive care units at
Stanford Hospital & Clinics to implement the Practice Standards. Beginning in 2003, I implemented a pre-
hospital ECG program for the entire County of Santa Cruz. Working with the Counties’ Emergency Medical
Services and local hospital emergency and cardiology departments, I developed a system of pre-hospital
emergency cardiac care including medic training and special equipment for transmitting a 12-lead ECG from the


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field to the target hospital. The purpose of this project is to determine whether pre-hospital tele-electrocardio-
graphy will improve hospital time to treatment for acute coronary syndromes.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Memberships

1971-now         California Nurses Association
1968-now         American Nurses Association
1971-now         American Heart Association
1988-now         Council on Cardiovascular Nursing, American Heart Association
1971-now         American Association of Critical-Care Nurses
1990-now         American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, San Francisco Chapter
1980-now         Sigma Theta Tau, National Honor Society of Nursing, Alpha Eta Chapter
1991-now         American Nurses' Association Council of Nurse Researchers
1993-now         International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology
1995-now         American Academy of Nursing
1997-00          North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology
1998-00          Council on Cardiopulmonary & Critical Care, American Heart Association
2006-now         Society of Chest Pain Centers
2006-now         European Society of Cardiology
2006-now         International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology
2007-now         Council on Cardiovascular Nursing, European Society of Cardiology

Service to Professional Organizations

  Year                Professional Organization                                        Role
1982-84    American Heart Association, Alameda County               Nursing Education Committee
1991-92    American Association of Critical Care Nurses             Reviewer, Procedure Manual for Critical Care
1991-93    American Heart Association, San Francisco                Program Committee, Scientific Sessions
           American Heart Association, Council on Cardio-
1992-95                                                             Member, National Leadership Committee
           vascular Nursing
           American Heart Association, Council on Cardio-
1992-93                                                             Long Range Planning Committee
           vascular Nursing
           American Heart Association, Council on Cardio-
1992-93                                                             Chair, Membership Committee
           vascular Nursing
           American Heart Association, Council on Cardio-       Representative for Arizona, California, Hawaii,
1992-95
           vascular Nursing                                     Nevada, New Mexico, & Texas
1993       Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Eta Chapter                   Reviewer for Research Award
1993-94    American Heart Association, San Francisco            Community Education Committee
1993-99    American Heart Association, San Francisco            Member, Board of Directors
1994-98    American Heart Association, San Francisco            Health Site Committee
                                                                John J. Sampson Postgraduate Symposia
1996-98    American Heart Association, San Francisco
                                                                Planning Committee
1996-97    American Heart Association, San Francisco            Vice-Chair, Board of Directors
1997-98    American Heart Association, San Francisco            Chair, Board of Directors
1997-98    American Heart Association, San Francisco            Founder, Public Access Defibrillation Project
1997-98    Intensive Cardiac Care International Meeting, Israel Advisory Committee
1998-00    American Heart Association, National Center          Abstract reviewer, Annual Scientific Sessions
           Annual Conference, International Society for
1998-99                                                         Conference Co-Chair
           Computerized Electrocardiology, Japan
           Annual Conference, International Society for
1999-00                                                         Conference Chair
           Computerized Electrocardiology, USA
           American Heart Association, Council on Clinical      Nursing Liaison to Clinical Cardiology
1998-00
           Cardiology                                           Committee



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1998-01    Sigma Theta Tau International, Alpha Eta Chapter   Research award judge
           American Heart Association, Western States
2000-04                                                       Member, Board of Directors
           Affiliate
 Year                  Professional Organization                                   Role
           American Heart Association, Western States
2000-03                                                       Professional Education Committee
           Affiliate
           American Heart Association, Western States
2000-03                                                       Strategic Planning Committee
           Affiliate
2000-      International Society for Computerized
                                                              Member, Board of Directors
now        Electrocardiology
                                                              Member (2000-02), Co-Chair (2003), & Chair
           American Heart Association, Western States         (2004), Professional Education Program
2000-04
           Affiliate                                          Committee for Annual Nursing Scientific
                                                              Sessions for Heart Disease & Stroke
           International Society for Computerized
2001-08                                                       Nominations Committee (Chair, 2005-08)
           Electrocardiology
           International Society for Computerized
2001-05                                                       Chair, Budget, Finance, & Awards Committee
           Electrocardiology
2002       Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Eta Chapter                 Research Award reviewer
           International Society for Computerized
2002-05                                                       Vice President
           Electrocardiology
           American Heart Association, Council on
2002-04                                                       Nomination Committee
           Cardiovascular Nursing
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                                                              Planning Committee, 72 Annual John J.
2003       American Heart Association, San Francisco          Sampson Physicians’ Symposium on
                                                              Cardiovascular Disease & Stroke
                                                              Reviewer, Essentials of Critical Care ECG
2004       American Association of Critical Care Nurses
                                                              module
                                                              Reviewer, ACC/AHA Heart Clinical
2004       American Heart Association, National Center        Performance Measures for adults with ST-
                                                              elevation & non-ST elevation MI
2003-      American Heart Association, Council on Clinical
                                                              Acute Cardiac Care Committee
now        Cardiology
           International Society for Computerized
2005-08                                                       President (1st woman President)
           Electrocardiology
           American Academy of Nursing, Council for the        Abstract reviewer, Congress on the State of
2006
           Advancement of Nursing Science                     the Science in Nursing Research
           American Heart Association, Council on
2007                                                          Abstract reviewer, Annual Scientific Sessions
           Cardiovascular Nursing
                                                              Member, Accreditation Review Development
2007       Society of Chest Pain Centers
                                                              Committee
           American Heart Association, Council on
2008                                                          Abstract reviewer, Annual Scientific Sessions
           Cardiovascular Nursing
                                                              Distinguished Research Lecturer Award
2008       American Association of Critical Care Nurses
                                                              Review Committee
                                                              Distinguished Research Lecturer Award
2009       American Association of Critical Care Nurses
                                                              Review Committee
           American Heart Association, Council on
2009                                                          Abstract reviewer, Annual Scientific Sessions
           Cardiovascular Nursing

SERVICE TO PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS:

1983-now    Manuscript Reviewer, Heart & Lung (3 papers in past 5 years)
1986-now    Editorial Board & Manuscript Reviewer, Progress in Cardiovascular Nursing (1 paper in past 5
            years)


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1986-01      Feature Editor, of “EKG: Clinical Questions”, Progress in Cardiovascular Nursing

1990-91      Co-editor, August 1991 issue, "Mechanism, Diagnosis, and Management of Ventricular
             Arrhythmias", Critical Care Nursing Quarterly
1992-now     Editorial Board & Manuscript Reviewer, American Journal of Critical Care (3 papers, past 5 years)
1993-94      Editor of Spring 1994 issue, "Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology", Critical Care Clinics of North
             America
1994-now     Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of the American College of Cardiology (1 paper in past 5 years)
1996-now     Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Electrocardiology (10 papers in past 5 years)
2001-now     Editorial Board, Journal of Electrocardiology
1997-now     Manuscript Reviewer, American Heart Journal (1 paper in past 5 years)
2000-now     Manuscript Reviewer, Circulation (1 paper in past 5 years)
2000-now     Manuscript Reviewer, Pacing & Clinical Electrophysiology now called Heart Rhythm (1 paper in
             past 5 years)
2002-now     Manuscript Reviewer, American Association of Critical Care Nurses Clinical Issues (1 paper in past
             5 years)
2006-now     Manuscript Reviewer, American Association of Critical Care Nurses Advanced Critical Care (1
             paper in past 5 years)
2007-now     Manuscript Reviewer, European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing (1 paper in past 5 years)

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

INTERNATIONAL

4th International Intensive Care Nursing Conference: Vienna, Austria, 1991 (two research abstracts accepted for
         presentation; however, conference was canceled due to the Iraq war).

Inter-American Congress of Cardiology 14th Biennial Conference: Orlando, Florida, 1992 (Session Chair &
        invited presentation).

Hewlett-Packard Canada: Invited Key Note Speaker in 3 symposia (Calgary, Vancouver & Edmonton) 1993.

Hewlett-Packard Canada: Invited Key Note Speaker in 3 symposia (Ottawa, Winnipeg, and Regina) 1994.

International Society for Computerized Electrocardiography: 1994 (invited presentation), 1995 (invited
         presentation), 1996 (poster & invited presentation), 1997 (Session Co-Chair & invited presentation),
         1998 (Session Chair & invited presentation). 1999 Japan (Conference Co-Chair, Session Chair & invited
         Presentation), 2000 (Conference Chair, poster presenter), 2001 (Chair of the Young Investigator
         Competition, poster presenter), 2002 the Netherlands (Chair of the Young Investigator Competition,
         invited presentation), 2003 (poster presenter), 2004 (Session Chair & judge, Young Investigator
         Competition; poster & invited presentation), 2005 (invited presentation & judge, Young Investigator
         Competition), 2006 Canada (invited presentation), 2007 Mexico (invited presentation), 2008 (poster
         presenter & invited presentation, judge, Young Investigator Competition), 2009 (poster presenter &
         invited presentation.

National Defense Medical Center, Taipei, Taiwan, 1997 (Visiting Professor, invited presentations).

Mexican Society of Cardiology meetings in Mexico City, Mexico, 1998 (invited presentation).

Intensive Cardiac Care meetings in Jerusalem, Israel, 1998 (invited presentations).

Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses: Ottawa 1998 (invited presentation).

Einthoven Foundation’s Celebration of 100 Years of the Electrocardiogram, the Netherlands, 2002 (invited
       presentation).




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Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses: Prince Edward Island, Canada, 2003 (invited presentation).

World Congress of Cardiology: Barcelona, Spain, 2006 (invited presentation; session moderator, poster
       presenter).
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33 International Congress on Electrocardiology: Cologne, Germany, 2006 (invited Session Chair)

Medical Grand Rounds lecturer, School of Medicine, University of Basel, Switzerland, July, 2006.

Keynote address, faculty of the Institute for Nursing Science, University of Basel, Switzerland, July, 2006.
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Keynote address, 12 State of the Art Nursing Symposium, Athens, Greece, April, 2008.

Invited presentation, Critical Care Medicine Symposium, Athens, Greece, April, 2008.

Invited presentation, Grand Rounds, Thessaloniki, Greece, April, 2008.
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Keynote address, 8 Annual Spring Meeting, European Society of Cardiology Council on Cardiovascular
       Nursing, Malmö, Sweden, March, 2008.

Keynote address, Annual Symposium of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, Montreal, Canada,
       September, 2008.

NATIONAL

American Heart Association Annual Scientific Sessions: 1990 (3 invited presentations), 1991 (oral research
       presentation, invited pre-conference presentation), 1993 (invited pre-conference presentation, research
       poster, scientific session moderator), 1994 (invited pre-conference presentation, scientific session
       moderator, oral research presentation, mentor & co-author for 2 research presentations by UCSF
       students), 1995 (Scientific session moderator, judge for Heart Failure Research Prize, mentor & co-
       author for 2 research presentations by UCSF students), 1996 (Judge for Heart Failure Research Prize,
       mentor & co-author for 2 research presentations by UCSF students, invited presentation), 1997 (Young
       Investigator Award, 3 research presentations), 1998 (abstract reviewer, mentor & co-author for 2 oral
       research presentations by UCSF students), 1999 (research poster), 2000 (research poster, Chair, “How
       To” session, invited pre-conference presentation, 2001 (Kay Lembright Research Award Lectureship,
       oral research presentation, mentor & co-author for 3 research presentations by UCSF students), 2002
       (Moderator, Plenary Session, 2 research presentations), 2003 (invited presentation, co-moderator,
       Martha Hill New Investigator Competition), 2004 (2 invited presentations), 2005 (oral research
       presentation, invited presentation), 2006 (oral research presentation, Session moderator, invited
       presentation, research poster, mentor & co-author, oral research presentation by UCSF student), 2007
       (invited speaker, poster presenter), 2008 (Session moderator, mentor & co-author, oral research
       presentation by UCSF student).

American Association of Critical-Care Nurses National Teaching Institute: 1990 (award-winning research
       abstract), 1991 (oral & poster research presentations), 1992 (invited lecture), 1993 (invited lecture),
       1994 (Session Chair), 1998 (invited lecture), 2002 (Distinguished Research Lecture Award), 2005
       (invited lecture), 2006 (invited lecture), 2007 (invited lecture), 2008 (invited lecture).

Heart Rhythm Society: 2003 (Moderator & Chair, Meet the Expert Luncheon), 2008 (poster presenter).

REGIONAL AND OTHER INVITED PRESENTATIONS (past 5 years)
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2002    21 Annual Trends in Cardiovascular Nursing, Washoe Medical Center, Reno, NV. (Keynote)
2002    Program Co-Chair and speaker, Update in Electrocardiography & Arrhythmias, Division of Cardiology,
        UCSF School of Medicine CME
2002    University of North Carolina Heart Institute, Chapel Hill, NC (Keynote address)
2003    University of Washington, Seattle School of Nursing & American Heart Association, Seattle, WA


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2003   Lecture at Washoe Medical Center, 22 Annual Trends In Cardiovascular Nursing, Reno NV
2003   Program Co-Chair & speaker, Update in Electrocardiography & Arrhythmias, Division of Cardiology,
       UCSF School of Medicine CME
2003   Excellence In Cardiovascular Nursing 2003, Bronson Methodist Hospital, Kalamazoo, MI
2003   America Association of Critical Care Nurses, Alameda-Contra Costa Chapter
2004   Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara, CA (Keynote speaker)
2004   Program Co-Chair & speaker, Update in Electrocardiography & Arrhythmias, Division of Cardiology,
       UCSF School of Medicine CME
2005   Baylor Med Center Workshop on Electrocardiography & Cardiac Monitoring, Dallas, TX (Keynote)
2005   Outreach Education Council for Critical Care, Maine Medical Center, Portland, MN (Keynote)
2005   Stanford Hospital & Clinics Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium, Palo Alto, CA
2005   St. Joseph Hospital Cardiovascular Center, Bellingham, WA (Keynote)
2005   American Association of Critical Care Nurses West Michigan Chapter, Grand Rapids, MI (Keynote)
2005   Scientific Sessions for Heart Disease & Stroke, Foster City, CA (Keynote)
2005   Program Co-Chair & speaker, Update in Electrocardiography & Arrhythmias, Division of Cardiology,
       UCSF School of Medicine CME
2006   Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing & University of Nevada, Reno (Keynote)
2006   Program Co-Chair & speaker, Update in Electrocardiography & Arrhythmias, Division of Cardiology,
       UCSF School of Medicine CME
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2006   5 Annual Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium, Sacramento, CA
2007   Stanford Hospital & Clinics Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium, Palo Alto, CA
2007   Waukesha County Technical College, Waukesha, WI (Keynote)
2007   Ohio State Medical Center, Columbus, OH (Keynote)
2007   American Association of Critical-Care Nurses’ Philadelphia Chapter (Keynote)
2007   Program Co-Chair & speaker, Update in Electrocardiography & Arrhythmias, Division of Cardiology,
       UCSF School of Medicine CME
2008   Program Co-Chair & speaker, Update in Electrocardiography & Arrhythmias, Division of Cardiology,
       UCSF School of Medicine CME

CME COURSES ATTENDED

I have participated and/or attended numerous CME courses over the past 5 years.

GOVERNMENT and OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

1993           RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, CA. Reviewer, Agency for Health Care Policy Research
               guideline for congestive heart failure.

1993-1994      National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute's expert writing group on Research Priorities for Critical
               Care Medicine. Report published U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public
               Health Service, October, 1994.

1993-1994      Health Care Financing Administration expert panel for determining quality indicators for atrial
               fibrillation and sick sinus syndrome diagnostic categories for Medicare recipients.

1993-1994      American College of Cardiology 25th Bethesda Conference on Future Personnel Needs for
               Cardiovascular Health Care. Contributed to report J Am Coll Cardiol 1994.

1999           Contributor, Evidence Report on Management of New Onset Atrial Fibrillation, Agency for
               Health Care Policy and Research, published by the U.S. Government Printing Office.

1998-1999      Chair, expert writing group to develop ST segment monitoring practice guidelines. Consensus
               statement published in Am J Crit Care, 1999.

2000           American College of Cardiology’s 30th Bethesda Conference entitled “The Future of Academic
               Cardiology.” Contributed to report J Am Coll Cardiol 1999.


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2003-2004   Chair, expert writing group for American Heart Association’s “Practice Standards for ECG
            Monitoring in Hospital Settings” Circulation 2004.

2003-2004   Consultant, Expert Panel for American Heart Association, American College of Cardiology, &
            North American Society of Pain and Electrophysiology to Develop Guidelines for
            Standardization & Interpretation of the ECG.

2003-2004   Member, expert writing group for American Heart Association and American College of
            Cardiology to develop “Practical Implementation of the Guidelines for Non-ST-Segment
            Myocardial Infarction/Unstable Angina in the Emergency Department” Circulation 2005.

2006        Policy writing group, American Heart Association’s invited conference, “Development of
            systems of care for ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction patients” Circulation.

2007        Expert writing group, American Heart Association Scientific Statement “Management of
            cocaine-induced chest pain and myocardial infarction: a review of the evidence and
            recommendations for practicing clinicians” Circulation.

2008        Expert writing group, American Heart Association Scientific Statement “Implementation and
            Integration of Pre-Hospital electrocardiogram programs into systems of care for acute coronary
            syndrome” Circulation.

2007        Chair, expert writing group American Heart Association Scientific Statement “Prevention of
            torsades de pointes in hospital settings. If accepted by AHA, will be published in Circulation.

2008        NIH Innovator Award Program reviewer

UNIVERSITY AND PUBLIC SERVICE

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

UCSF CAMPUS-WIDE

1993        Faculty mentor, Graduate Division Minority Summer Research Program for C. Rene Hughes
1996        Faculty mentor in the Graduate Division Minority Summer Research Program for nursing
            student, Lori Boyd.
1997        Ad Hoc Peer Review Committees (Member of 2 committees)
1997        UCSF Advisory Committee on Matters Related to Faculty Conflict of Interest
1997-99     Chancellor’s Council
1998-00     Graduate Council, Academic Senate, UCSF
1999-00     Graduate Council, Academic Senate, UCSF
1999-00     Representative Assembly, Academic Senate Fan Francisco Division
2001-04     Academic Senate Committee on Research
2003-04     Coordinating Committee
2003-04     Executive Committee
2003-04     Chancellor’s Committee
2005-06     Privilege & Tenure Committee
2006-09     Committee on Privilege & Tenure, Industry Alliance Coordinating Committee, Conflict of Interest
            Advisory Committee, Search Committee for Director of Industry Contracts

SCHOOL OF NURSING

1982        Represented University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing at Bay Area Job Fair
1982-83     BS/MS Admission Screening Committee
1983-84     Chairperson, BS/MS Admission Screening Committee


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1984-85        BS/MS Admission Screening Committee
1990-91        Ad Hoc Committee to evaluate school's faculty compensation plan
1991-92        Doctoral Admissions Committee
1991-92        Master's Program Council
1992-93        Nominating Committee
1994-95        Black Nurses' Symposium Planning Committee
1994-95        Recruitment and Retention Committee
1994           Represented UCSF School of Nursing at Graduate School Forum, Holy Names College,
               Oakland, CA
1995-96        Research Committee
1996           Acting Chair, Department of Physiological Nursing during Chair’s Sabbatical, Spring Qtr 1996
1997           Presentation, “Advances in Cardiac Monitoring,” Forum on Advanced Practice Nursing &
               Graduate Preparation at UCSF
1997-98        University of California & Stanford Health Center (USHC) Clinical Services Committee
1998-99        Committee on Student Awards
1999-00        Masters Program Council
2000-01        Chair, Doctoral Program Evaluation Task Force I: Evaluation of Substantive Curricular Content
2001-02        Chair, Faculty Search Committee for 4 faculty positions
2002-03        Faculty Council
2003-04        Chair, Faculty Council
2005-06        Doctoral Screening Committee
2006           Acting Chair, Department of Physiological Nursing
2006-07        Doctoral Screening Committee
2006-09        Student Awards Committee
2008           Chair, Faculty Search Committee for Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Academic Senate position
2009           Faculty Search Committee for Chair, Dept Community Health Systems

DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE:

Department of Physiological Nursing

1982-83        Nominating Committee
1982-83        Non-Salaried Faculty Review Committee
1982-83        Faculty Recruitment and Search Committee
1983-84        Department Advisory Committee
1983-84        Faculty Recruitment and Search Committee
1983-84        Department Welfare Committee
1983-84        Peer Review Committee
1984-85        Department Advisory Committee
1984-85        Faculty Recruitment and Search Committee
1984-85        Planning Committee for Fall Faculty Workshop
1991-92        Research Seminar Committee
1992-93        Research Seminar Committee
1992-93        Non-Salaried Review Committee
1993-94        Chair, Non-Salaried Review-Committee
1994-97        Comprehensive Examination Coordinator
1995-06        Vice-Chair for Academic Programs
1995-97        Faculty Coordinator, Nurse Anesthesia Program
1996-97        Task Force to develop Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program
1997-98        Coordinator, Recruitment Forum, October 1997 & October 1998
1995-06        Chair, Specialty Director’s Committee
1999-00        Masters’ Curriculum Committee
2000-01        Search Committee for Acute Care Nurse Practitioner faculty
2002-04        Teaching & Assignment Committee
2002-07        Compensation Plan Committee
2006-07        Chair, Compensation Plan Committee



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      2006-now        Co-Director, Critical Care/Trauma Clinical Nurse Specialists’ Masters of Science Program


      PUBLIC SERVICE:

      1971-now        Numerous volunteer hours for the American Heart Association, local and national levels
      1993-now        Member, The Dean's Associates, UCSF School of Nursing
      1993-now        Friends Circle Award, American Heart Association

      SUMMARY OF SERVICE ACTIVITES (since last advancement)

      At the campus level, I serve on the Industry Alliance Coordinating Committee (2006-present), which meets twice
      per month and involves numerous hours of service. Additionally, I have served on the Conflict of Interest
      Advisory (2006-07) and Privilege & Tenure (2005-07) Committees. In late 2005, the Chair of my department
      stepped down after 11 years. I served as Acting Chair of the Dept of Physiological Nursing in 2006 during the
      transition period while a search for the new Chair took place. Also at the School of Nursing level, I serve on the
      Doctoral Admissions Screening Committee (2005-07). At the department level, I became Co-Director of the
      Critical Care/Trauma Clinical Nurse Specialist Master’s Program. This MS specialty program includes 6 faculty
      (5 Academic Senate, 1 Clinical Prof) and an average of 20-30 students in the 2-year program. A major role as
      Co-Director is student recruitment, student advisory meetings and handling of student issues, curricular issues,
      monthly faculty meetings, teaching assignments, etc. In terms of public service, I volunteer for the American
      Heart Association. I also contribute $2,000/yr to the School of Nursing’s Annual fund (Dean’s Associate).

      TEACHING and MENTORING

      FORMAL SCHEDULED CLASSES FOR UCSF STUDENTS (last 5 years):
       Academic                                                                                                        Class
Qtr                       Course No. & Title                     Teaching Contribution                        Units
          Yr                                                                                                           Size
                Nursing 269; Foundations of Human     Co-Faculty of Record
F       2003-04                                                                                                 4          28
                Health & Nursing Systems              Seminar leader, ten 4-hr sessions
                Internal Medicine Residency           Faculty of Record
F       2003-04                                                                                                NA          7
                Program; Clinical Electrocardiography (eight 3-hr lectures)
                Nursing 225; Cardiac Rhythm: Theory Faculty of Record; (ten 2-hr lectures, devel-
W       2003-04                                                                                                 2          23
                & Analysis                            oped graded weekly quizzes, final exam)
                Nursing 407; Practicum in             Faculty of Record
W       2003-04                                                                                                 1          23
                Electrocardiography                   (ten 1-hr discussion group leader)
                Internal Medicine Residency           Faculty of Record
SU      2003-04                                                                                                NA          7
                Program; Clinical Electrocardiography (eight 3-hr lectures)
                Nursing 269; Foundations of Human     Co-Faculty of Record
F       2004-05                                                                                                 4          30
                Health & Nursing Systems              Seminar leader, ten 4-hr sessions
                Internal Medicine Residency           Faculty of Record
F       2004-05                                                                                                NA          7
                Program; Clinical Electrocardiography (eight 3-hr lectures)
                Nursing 225; Cardiac Rhythm: Theory Faculty of Record; (ten 2-hr lectures, devel-
W       2004-05                                                                                                 2          35
                & Analysis                            oped graded weekly quizzes, final exam)
                Nursing 407; Practicum in             Faculty of Record
W       2004-05                                                                                                 1          35
                Electrocardiography                   (ten 1-hr discussion group leader)
                Internal Medicine Residency           Faculty of Record
SU      2004-05                                                                                                NA          7
                Program; Clinical Electrocardiography (eight 3-hr lectures)
                Nursing 269; Foundations of Human     Co-Faculty of Record
F       2005-06                                                                                                 4          32
                Health & Nursing Systems              Seminar leader, ten 4-hr sessions
                Internal Medicine Residency           Faculty of Record
F       2005-06                                                                                                NA          7
                Program; Clinical Electrocardiography (eight 3-hr lectures)
                Nursing 225; Cardiac Rhythm: Theory Faculty of Record; (ten 2-hr lectures, devel-
W       2005-06                                                                                                 2          18
                & Analysis                            oped graded weekly quizzes, final exam)
                Nursing 407; Practicum in             Faculty of Record
W       2005-06                                                                                                 1          18
                Electrocardiography                   (ten 1-hr discussion group leader)



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                  Internal Medicine Residency             Faculty of Record
SU      2005-06                                                                                            NA         7
                  Program; Clinical Electrocardiography   (eight 3-hr lectures)
                  Nursing 269; Foundations of Human       Co-Faculty of Record
F       2006-07                                                                                             4         32
                  Health & Nursing Systems                Seminar leader, ten 4-hr sessions
                  Internal Medicine Residency             Faculty of Record
F       2006-07                                                                                            NA         7
                  Program; Clinical Electrocardiography   (eight 3-hr lectures)
                  Nursing 225; Cardiac Rhythm: Theory     Faculty of Record; (ten 2-hr lectures, devel-
S       2006-07                                                                                             2         70
                  & Analysis                              oped graded weekly quizzes, final exam)
                  Nursing 407; Practicum in               Faculty of Record
S       2006-07                                                                                             1         70
                  Electrocardiography                     (ten 1-hr discussion group leader)
                  Internal Medicine Residency             Faculty of Record
SU      2006-07                                                                                            NA         7
                  Program; Clinical Electrocardiography   (eight 3-hr lectures)
                  Nursing 269; Foundations of Human       Co-Faculty of Record
F       2007-08                                                                                             4         32
                  Health & Nursing Systems                Seminar leader, ten 4-hr sessions
                  Internal Medicine Residency             Faculty of Record
F       2007-08                                                                                            NA         7
                  Program; Clinical Electrocardiography   (eight 3-hr lectures)
                  Nursing 225; Cardiac Rhythm: Theory     Faculty of Record; (ten 2-hr lectures, devel-
S       2007-08                                                                                             2         70
                  & Analysis                              oped graded weekly quizzes, final exam)
                  Nursing 407; Practicum in               Faculty of Record
S       2007-08                                                                                             1         70
                  Electrocardiography                     (ten 1-hr discussion group leader)
                  Internal Medicine Residency             Faculty of Record
SU      2007-08                                                                                            NA         7
                  Program; Clinical Electrocardiography   (eight 3-hr lectures)

     POSTGRADUATE AND OTHER COURSES

     1995-2007     Program Co-Chair and presenter, UCSF School of Medicine CME 1-day course, Annual Update
                   in Electrocardiography & Arrhythmias
     2007          Internal Medicine Board Certification & Recertification Review, UCSF CME (invited lecture)

    PREDOCTORAL STUDENTS SUPERVISED OR MENTORED:
                         Program
   Dates        Name                           Role                                            Current Position
                        or School
                                  Member, PhD Preliminary Exam                       Associate Clinical Professor, UCSF
 1991      Laura Kee      Nursing
                                  Committee                                          School of Nursing
                                                                                     Research Coordinator, Regional
              Nancy                          Advisor & Chair, MS thesis              Heart Center, Salinas Valley
 1991-1992                        Nursing
              McIntosh-Yellin                committee                               Memorial Healthcare System,
                                                                                     Salinas, CA
                                                                                     Clinical Nurse Specialist, Mt. Diablo
 1991-1992    Lisa Tisdale        Nursing    Advisor & Chair, MS committee           & John Muir Hospitals, Walnut
                                                                                     Creek, CA
                                             Advisor, Chair, PhD Preliminary
                                             Exam Committee, Member, PhD             Clinical Researcher, Medtronic, Inc.
 1991-1995    Andreana Siu        Nursing
                                             Qualifying Exam committee, Chair,       Minneapolis, MN
                                             PhD dissertation committee
 1992-1993    Kristina Carson     Nursing    Advisor & Chair, MS committee           Retired
                                             Member, PhD Qualifying Exam             Nursing Consultant & Researcher,
 1993         Patricia Hooper     Nursing
                                             committee                               self employed, Hendersonville, TN
              Kenneth                                                                Clinical Nursing Specialist, UC Davis
 1993-1994                        Nursing    Advisor & Chair, MS committee
              Huffman                                                                Medical Center, Sacramento, CA
                                                                                     Nurse anesthetist, Valley Medical
 1994-1995    Ian Hewer           Nursing    Advisor & Chair, MS committee
                                                                                     Center, Fresno, CA
                                             Advisor, Chair, PhD Preliminary
              JoAnn                          Exam Committee, Member, PhD             Associate Professor, San Diego
 1994-1997                        Nursing
              Daugherty                      Qualifying Exam committee, Chair,       State University, CA
                                             PhD dissertation committee


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                                            Advisor, Chair, PhD Preliminary     Clinical Researcher, UCSF Cardiac
                                            Exam Committee, Member, PhD         Electrophysiology Service; now,
1993-1996   Kathryn Wood        Nursing
                                            Qualifying Exam committee, Chair,   Postdocoral Fellow, UCSF School of
                                            PhD dissertation committee          Nursing
            Monica                          Advisor & Chair, PhD dissertation   Clinical Researcher, Arizona Heart
1993-1996                       Nursing
            Weisberg                        committee                           Institute
                                            Advisor, Member, PhD Qualifying     Postdoctoral Fellow with Dean
1996-1998   Mary Caldwell       Nursing     Exam committee, Chair, PhD          Kathleen Dracup, UCSF School of
                                            dissertation committee              Nursing; now retired
                                            Advisor, Member, PhD Qualifying     Associate Professor, Arizona
1996-1999   Shu-Fen Wung        Nursing     Exam committee, Chair, PhD          University School of Nursing,
                                            dissertation committee              Tuscan, AZ
                                            Advisor, Member, PhD Qualifying
                                                                                Assistant Professor, Orvis School of
1997-2001   Michele Pelter      Nursing     Exam committee, Chair, PhD
                                                                                Nursing, University of Reno, NV
                                            dissertation committee
                                            Member, PhD dissertation            Dean, Miliken University School of
1998-2001   Kathy Booker        Nursing
                                            committee                           Nursing Decatur, IL
                                            Advisor, Member, PhD Qualifying
                                                                                Director of Clinical Research, Long
1996-2004   Leslie Kern         Nursing     Exam committee, Chair, PhD
                                                                                Beach Memorial Hospital, CA
                                            dissertation committee
                                            Advisor, Member, PhD Qualifying     Associate Professor, University of
            Mary (Adams)
1997-2002                       Nursing     Exam committee, Chair, PhD          Buffalo School of Nursing, Buffalo,
            Carey
                                            dissertation committee              NY
                                            Advisor, Member, PhD Qualifying
            Claire                                                              Associate Adjunct Professor, UCSF
1999-2003                       Nursing     Exam committee, Chair, PhD
            Sommargren                                                          School of Nursing
                                            dissertation committee
                               Nursing &                                        Faculty, School of Nursing &
                                            Member, PhD dissertation
2000-2002   Angela Kucia       Midwifery,                                       Midwifery, University of South
                                            committee
                               Australia                                        Australia, Adelaide
                                            Advisor, Member of Qualifying
2002-2008   Eunyoung Lee        Nursing     Exam Committee & Chair, PhD         Doctoral student (graduated 2008)
                                            dissertation committee
            Michael                         Advisor & Chair, PhD dissertation
2003-2009                       Nursing                                         Withdrew from program
            Newsome                         committee
                                            Advisor & Chair, PhD dissertation
2004-now    Daniel Schindler    Nursing     committee Faculty Sponsor, NRSA     Current doctoral student
                                            award, NIH
                                            Chair, PhD Qualifying Exam
2004-2007   David Rose          Nursing     committee, Member, PhD              Nurse Anesthetist, UC Davis, CA
                                            dissertation committee
                               Nursing,
                               University
                                            Member, PhD dissertation
2005-2007   Katrien Siebens        of                                           Doctoral student (graduated 2008)
                                            committee
                               Antwerp,
                                Belgium
                                 Yale
            Catherine                       Member, PhD dissertation
2004-2008                      School of                                        Doctoral student (graduated 2008)
            Winkler                         committee
                                Nursing
                                            Advisor, Member of Qualifying
2006-now    David Pickham       Nursing     Exam Committee & Chair, PhD         Current doctoral student
                                            dissertation committee
                                            Advisor, Member of Qualifying
            Jessia Zegre-
2007-now                        Nursing     Exam Committee & Chair, PhD         Current doctoral student
            Hemsey
                                            dissertation committee
2008-now    Patricia Harris     Nursing     Advisor                             Current doctoral student



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2008-now     Eric Carter         Nursing    Advisor                               Current doctoral student
2009-now     Amer Hasanien       Nursing    Advisor                               Current doctoral student
2009-now     Richard Fidler      Nursing    Advisor                               Current doctoral student

   ACADEMIC ADVISING AND MENTORING OF PREDOCTORAL STUDENTS:

   1981-1986 & 1991-now       Academic Advisor, 8-10 Master’s students per year
   1981-1986 & 1991-now       Comprehensive Master’s Examination, 2-5 per year
   1991-now                   Academic Advisor, 5-7 PhD students per year

   INFORMAL TEACHING (since last advancement):

   2004, Winter Faculty of Record for the following Independent Studies
                            Dan Schindler, N407: Research Practicum, 1 unit
                            Patricia McGoon, N436: Teaching Practicum, 3 units
                            Leslie Kern, N299: Dissertation, 1 unit
                            Eunyoung Lee, N249: Independent Study 1 unit
                            Regina Walsh, N249: Independent Study 1 unit

   2004, Spring Faculty of Record for the following Independent Studies
                            Michele Huddleston, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 4 units
                            Jin Hui Bae, N404: Clinical Residency, 6 units
                            Michele Huddleston, N404: Clinical Residency, 6 units
                            Joanna Caroline Ruddle, N404: Clinical Residency, 6 units
                            Leslie Kern, N299: Dissertation
                            Eunyoung Lee, N276: Research Rotation, 3 units
                            Eunyoung Lee, N249: Independent Study 2 units
                            David Rose, N249: Independent Studies 4 units
                            Regina Walsh: N249: Independent Study 1 unit
                            Christopher Jack & Eunyoung Lee, N248: Group Independent Study 2 units

   2004, Summer Faculty of Record for the following Independent Studies
                           Rebecca Hultgren, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 4 Units
                           Christopher Jack, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 10 Units

   2004, Fall Faculty of Record for the following Independent Studies
                             Kimberly Ann Scheibly, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 1 Unit
                             Daniel Schindler, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 3 Units
                             Daniel Schindler, N276: Research Rotation, 3 Units
                             David Rose, N249: Independent Study, 4 Units
                             Regina Walsh, N249: Independent Study, 1 Units
                             Eunyoung Lee, N248: Group Independent Study, 4 Units
                             Michael Newsome, N248: Group Independent Study, 1 Units
                             Eunyoung Lee, N436: Teaching Practicum, 4 Units

   2005, Spring Faculty of Record for the following Independent Studies
                            Eunyoung Lee, N248: Group Independent Study, 2 Units
                            Eunyoung Lee, N249: Independent Study, 2 Units
                            Daniel Schindler, N298: Thesis or Comprehensive Exam, 0 Units
                            Cheng-Chih Lee, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 4 Units
                            Carolyn Joy Linn, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 1 Unit
                            Kimberly Ann Scheibly, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 4 Units
                            Jessica Zegre, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 2 Units
                            Eunyoung Lee, N434: Teaching Residency, 4 Units
                            Daniel Schindler, N436: Teaching Practicum, 3 Units



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2005, Winter Faculty of Record for the following Independent Studies
                         Luzmaria Mia Alcala-Van Houten, N436: Teaching Practicum, 3 Units

2006, Spring Faculty of Record for the following Independent Studies
                         Daniel Schindler, N436: Teaching Practicum, 1 Unit
                         Jane Miller, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 1 Unit
                         Jane Miller, N404: Clinical Residency, 6 Units
                         Kimberly Scheibly, N404: Clinical Residency, 6 Units
                         Jessica Zegre, N404: Clinical Residency, 7 Units
                         Jessica Zegre, N298: Thesis or Comprehensive Exam, 0 Units
                         Michael Newsome, N276: Research Rotation, 3 Units
                         Daniel Schindler, N276: Research Rotation, 5 Units
                         Eunyoung Lee, N250: Research, 5 Units
                         Eunyoung Lee, N250: Research, 3 Units

2006, Fall Faculty of Record for the following Independent Studies
                          Todd Stein, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 2 Units
                          Michael Newsome, N276: Research Rotation, 3 Units
                          Eunyoung Lee, N250: Research, 8 Units
                          Daniel Schindler, N250: Research, 4 Units
                          Michael Newsome, N248: Group Independent Study, 1 Unit
                          David Pickham, N248: Group Independent Study, 1 Unit
                          Daniel Schindler, N249: Independent Study, 4 Units

2007, Winter Faculty of Record for the following Independent Studies
                         Maria Kyranou, N249: Independent Study, 3 units
                         Michael Newsome, N276: Research Rotation, 3 units
                         Daniel Schindler, N276: Research Rotation, 6 units
                         Todd Stein, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 4 Units

2007, Spring Faculty of Record for the following Independent Studies
                         Gina Collier, N407: Practicum in Physiological Nursing, 4 Units
                         Michael Newsome, N276: Research Rotation, 3 units
                         Daniel Schindler, N276: Research Rotation, 6 units

FACULTY MENTORING

2003-now        Faculty mentor for Claire Sommargren, Assistant Adjunct Professor, Dept Physiological
                Nursing, UCSF School of Nursing

2004-2007       Consultant, K23 NIH grant (Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award
                for training new clinical investigators) for Mary Carey, Assistant Professor, State University of
                New York, Buffalo, NY.

2007            Met with faculty and doctoral students during my Fulbright Senior Specialist Award at the
                Institute for Nursing Science, University of Basel, Switzerland to mentor them on how to build a
                program of research. I continue to provide mentoring via review of research proposals and
                manuscripts.

TEACHING AIDS:

Two major teaching aids I have developed are:
1. Clinical Electrocardiography textbook (unpublished) that is used in my courses with internal medicine
   residents and nursing graduate students. This book is updated every year as new diagnostic criteria and
   other relevant literature are published in the field of electrocardiology. I also developed a companion book of
   Practice ECGs by accessing all abnormal ECGs recorded at the Alameda Hospital Emergency Department


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    over a 1-year period. I scanned all these ECGs into the computer to design a syllabus for students to
    practice the skill of ECG interpretation. I have also recorded my lectures using Powerpoint’s Articulate
    Presenter and provide this audio and Powerpoint slide presentation for my entire N225 Cardiac Rhythm:
    Theory & Analysis course on WebCT for students to review material from class lectures.

2. I have worked with a colleague from Yale School of Nursing (Dr. Marjorie Funk) to develop 4 computer
   modules to assist nurses to implement the Practice Standards for ECG Monitoring in Hospital Units, an
   American Heart Association Scientific Statement that I authored (Chair, Expert Writing Group) in 2004. The
   modules are interactive allowing the nurse to use computer calipers to make measurements and to practice
   other skills such as placing electrodes in correct anatomic positions on a human torso. If our research
   shows the modules improve nursing practices related to cardiac monitoring, we plan to provide these
   modules on a website for wide dissemination.

GUEST LECTURES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO:

1990, Fall      N276: Theoretical Perspectives in Nursing, Phenomenon of Cardiac Rhythm, 3 hours

1991, Winter    N218B: Concepts in Cardiac Nursing, 3 hours

1992, Winter    N218B: Concepts in Cardiac Nursing, 3 hours

1992, Winter    N221.02 Cardiac Pathophysiology, 3 hours

1994, Fall      N218A: Care of the Ill or Injured, Ischemia, 3 hours

1995, Fall      Nurse Anesthesia Students Valley Medical Center, Fresno, CA, 3 hours

1996, Spring    N269B Foundations of Human Health & Nursing Systems II, 3 hours

1997, Spring    N269B Foundations of Human Health & Nursing Systems II, 3 hours

1998, Spring    N269B Foundations of Human Health & Nursing Systems II, 3 hours

1998, Fall      N255A Diagnosis & Treatment of Acutely Ill/Injured Patients, 2 hours

1999, Fall      N255A Diagnosis & Treatment of Acutely Ill/Injured Patients, 2 hours
                                              th
2002, Sum       Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
                Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                                th
2002, Sum       Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
                Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                              th
2002, Fall      Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
                Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                                th
2002, Fall      Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
                Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                              th
2003, Wtr       Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
                Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                                th
2003, Wtr       Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
                Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                              th
2003, Spr       Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac


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             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                             th
2003, Spr    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2003, Sum    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                             th
2003, Sum    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2003, Fall   Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                             th
2003, Fall   Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2004, Wtr    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                             th
2004, Wtr    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2004, Spr    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                             th
2004, Spr    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2004, Sum    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                             th
2004, Sum    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2004, Fall   Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                             th
2004, Fall   Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2005, Wtr    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                             th
2005, Wtr    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2005, Spr    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                             th
2005, Spr    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2005, Sum    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours




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                                                            th
2005, Sum    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours

2005, Fall   N221.01 Theories Related to Nursing Care (1 hr Lecture), 5 hours

2005, Fall   N288A: Monitoring & Management of Acutely Ill & Injured Patients (2 hrs), 8 hours
                                           th
2005, Fall   Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                            th
2005, Fall   Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2006, Wtr    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                            th
2006, Wtr    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2006, Spr    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                            th
2006, Spr    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2006, Sum    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                            th
2006, Sum    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours

2006, Fall   N221.01 Theories Related to Nursing Care (1 hr Lecture), 5 hours
                                           th
2006, Fall   Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                            th
2006, Fall   Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours

2007, Wtr    N220 Academic Role Development, 2 hour lecture.
                                           th
2007, Wtr    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                            th
2007, Wtr    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2007, Spr    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                            th
2007, Spr    Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
             Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                           th
2007, Sum    Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
             Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours




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                                                                  th
2007, Sum        Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
                 Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours

2007, Fall       N221.01 Theories Related to Nursing Care (1 hr Lecture), 5 hours
                                                th
2007, Fall       Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
                 Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                                  th
2007, Fall       Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
                 Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                th
2008, Wtr        Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
                 Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                                  th
2008, Wtr        Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
                 Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                th
2008, Spr        Basic Electrocardiography to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the Cardiac
                 Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours
                                                                  th
2008, Spr        Electrocardiography of Myocardial Ischemia to 4 yr Medical Students rotating through the
                 Cardiac Electrophysiology Service, three 2 hour lectures, 6 hours

TEACHING AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS:

1993         Selected as one of ten critical care mentors in the US for American Association of Critical Care
             Nurses' Mentor-Fellowship Program (mentored Carla Graf, RN, MS)
2001         Nominee, Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award, UCSF Graduate Students’ Association.
2001         Professional Education Award, San Francisco American Heart Association
2003         Outstanding Faculty Mentorship Award. Graduate Students’ Association & Graduate Division Alumni
             Association
2005         Nominee, Faculty Mentor Award, Graduate Students’ Association & Graduate Division Alumni
             Association
2006-07      Nominee, Distinction in Teaching Award, San Francisco Division of the Academic Senate, UCSF
2008         Distinction in Teaching Award, San Francisco Division of the Academic Senate, UCSF

SUMMARY OF TEACHING HOURS:

2005-06:         262 total hours of teaching (including preparation).
                 Formal class or course teaching hours: 137 hours
                 Informal teaching hours: 125 hours

2006-07:         262 total hours of teaching (including preparation).
                 Formal class or course teaching hours: 137 hours
                 Informal teaching hours: 125 hours

2007-08:         262 total hours of teaching (including preparation).
                 Formal class or course teaching hours: 137 hours
                 Informal teaching hours: 125 hours

TEACHING NARRATIVE

        My teaching expertise focuses on the management of patients with acute cardiovascular diseases. My
“signature” course is N225 Cardiac Rhythm: Theory & Analysis, which I developed and have been teaching for
28 years to masters and doctoral students in Cardiovascular, Critical Care/Trauma, and Nurse Practitioner
specialty programs in the School of Nursing. Most recent student evaluations of faculty teaching rated my
teaching in this course an average of 3.9-4.0 on a scale of 0 to 4 (Best). I also have been the faculty or co-


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faculty of record for the doctoral course, N269 Foundations of Human Health & Nursing Systems for the past 9
years. This course assists first year doctoral students to critique the literature, to develop research questions,
and to identify appropriate research designs. Most recent student evaluations of faculty teaching rated my
teaching in this course an average of 3.5-4.0.
         Beginning in the summer of 2002, I have been teaching 4th year medical students about clinical
electrocardiography. Each cohort of 5-7 medical students rotates through the Cardiac Electrophysiology Service
in the Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology, which sponsors 4-week ECG interpretation courses
during the Summer-Fall-Winter-Spring Quarters. Also beginning in the summer of 2002, I developed and have
been serving as faculty of record for an 8-week course in clinical electrocardiography for USCF and San
Francisco General Hospital Internal Medicine 2nd year residents. Two cohorts of 7-14 residents take this course
from August to November each summer/fall. Most recent student evaluations of faculty teaching rated my
teaching in these courses an average of 3.91 on a 4 point Likert scale. As a result of my teaching contribution to
the School of Medicine, I was appointed as a Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine in 2002.
         My clinical research in cardiac monitoring has inspired numerous masters and doctoral students to
request research learning experiences. Therefore, a major responsibility involves the supervision of research
practica, residencies, and group independent studies related to my research. I currently serve as faculty advisor
for 6 doctoral students, for whom I serve as primary mentor. I involve these doctoral students with all aspects of
my research and provide them opportunities for authorship on research abstracts/manuscripts and opportunities
to present secondary analyses of my data at international conferences. We meet in regular research seminars
every month called SIREN (Students Interested in Research in Electrocardiology Nursing). My annual hours of
teaching over the past 3 years has been 142 hours, which includes only actual classroom hours of formal
courses, not the hours spent in seminars with doctoral students in my lab.

RESEARCH AND CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

RESEARCH AWARDS AND GRANTS

CURRENT

1. R01 NR07881-01A1(Principal Investigator)                                    9/15/03-6/30/08, no cost ext, 2009
   NIH, National Institute of Nursing Research                                            $294,138 direct/yr 1
   Tele-electrocardiography in Emergency Cardiac Care                                   $2,481,604 direct/yrs 1-5

2. Philips Medical Systems (Principal Investigator)                                        1/1/07- 6/31/09
   Value of automated QT monitoring in hospital units: The QTIP Study                      $63,121 research gift

3. 1RO1HL081642-01A1 (Co-Investigator, subcontract with Yale University)          5/1/08 – 4/31/13
   NIH, National Heart Lung & BIood Institute                            Subcontract: $196,899 direct/yr 1
   Implementation of Practice Standards for ECG Monitoring                     $1,070,811 direct/yrs 1-5

4. GE Healthcare (Principal Investigator)                                                10/1/09-9/30/10
   ECG predictors of successful weaning from mechanical ventilation                 $60,000 equipment donation

PAST

1. National Research Service Award (principal investigator)                                1/1/87-12/31/90
   National Institute for Nursing Research                                                 $31,500 direct/yrs 1-3
   Value of MCL1 and MCL6 compared to V1 and V6 in the
   diagnosis of premature wide QRS complexes

2. UCSF Century Club Research Award (principal investigator)                               1/1/89-12/31/89
   and UCSF Graduate Division Research Award                                               $1400 direct/yr 1
   Accuracy of Bedside ECG Monitoring: A Report on Current
   Practices of Critical Care Nurses

3. American Heart Association, San Francisco Chapter (principal investigator)              1/1/90-12/31/90
   Value of ECG Leads MCL1, MCL6, and Other Selected Leads in the                          $5,000 direct/yr 1
   Diagnosis of Wide QRS Complex Tachycardia


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4. Academic Senate Research Award, UCSF (principal investigator)                        1/1/90-12/31/91
   ECG Criteria to Distinguish Between Supraventricular and Ventricular Tachycardia     $15,000 direct/yrs 1-2

5. Fujisawa Pharmaceutical Co. (Principal Investigator)                                 1/1/91-12/31/92
   Safety and Efficacy of Central Intravenous Bolus Adenosine for                       $11,698 direct/yrs 1-2
   Termination of Supraventricular Tachycardia

6. Hewlett-Packard Critical-Care Nursing Research Award (principal investigator)        1/1/91-12/31/92
   Comparison of a Vectorcardiographically-Derived 12-Lead ECG                          $32,000 direct/yrs 1-2
   with the Conventional ECG During Wide QRS Complex Tachycardia

7. RO1 NR03436 (Principal Investigator)                                                8/1/93 – 7/31/96
   NIH/NINR                                                                            $540,065 direct/yrs 1-4
   Nursing Strategy for Cardiac Ischemia Monitoring

8. UCSF School of Nursing Alumni & Friends Fund (Principal Investigator)                1/1/94-12/31/94
   ECG Changes in Critically-Ill Adults During Intra-Hospital Transport                 $2,687 direct/yr 1

9. UCSF Faculty Development Award, Academic Senate (Principal Investigator)             1/1/93-12/31/94
   Comparison of a Derived ECG with the Standard ECG During                             $9,536.65 direct/yr 1
   Myocardial Ischemia

10. Hewlett-Packard & Marion Merril Dowe (Co-Investigator)                              1/1/95-12/31/95
    An Educational Intervention to Improve Nurses' Immediate and                        $7,000 direct/yr 1
    Long-term Cardiac Monitoring Practices

11. Genentech, Inc. (Co-Investigator)                                                   1/1/94-12/31/95
    18 Lead vs 12 Lead ECG for Early Identification of Acute                            $10,000 direct/yrs 1-2
    Myocardial Infarction

12. Hewlett-Packard & Zymed Medical Instrumentation (Principal Investigator)           1/1/96-12/31/98
    ST Analysis and Monitoring of Patients and Evaluation of a                         $340,533 direct/yrs 1-2
    Derived Electrocardiogram (STAMPEDE Study)

13. 2RO1NR03436-04A1 Drew BJ (Principal Investigator)                                   8/1/97 – 7/31/01
    NIH/NINR                                                                          $1,028,438 direct/yrs 1-4
    Nursing Strategy for Cardiac Ischemia Monitoring

14. GE Healthcare (Principal Investigator)                                              7/1/01 – 6/30/02
    Comparison of an “Interpolated” 12-Lead ECG Constructed from 4 Leads                $25,000 direct/yrs 1
    with Standard ECG in Diagnosing Multiple Cardiac Abnormalities

15. Medtronic Emergency Response Systems (Principal Investigator)                       5/1/01 – 6/31/02
    Validation of a Synthesized 12-Lead Electrocardiogram for                           $25,000 direct/yrs 1
    Use in Pre-Hospital Emergency Cardiac Care

16. 9 RO1HL69753-07 (Principal Investigator)                                            9/1/01-6/30/06
    NIH, National Heart Lung & BIood Institute                                        $2,304,867 direct/yrs 1-5
    Novel Method to Diagnose Acute Myocardial Ischemia

17. Beatrice Renfield Yale School of Nursing Clinical Research                          1/1/04-12/31/06
    Initiative Grant (Co-Investigator)                                                  $146,883 direct/yr 1
    Development of a Computer-based ECG Monitoring Education Program                    $293,766 direct/yr 1-2

18. Research Award from Inovise Medical, Inc (Principal Investigator)                   8/1/04 – 7/31/05



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      An Electrocardiographic and Phonocardiographic Study in Acute                       10,000 research gift
      Coronary Occlusion During Percutaneous Coronary Intervention


PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS: (*research publications)

1.    Wold BJ [Drew]. Dilated (congestive) cardiomyopathy: Considerations for the coronary care unit nurse.
      Heart Lung 1983;12:544-553.

2.    Drew BJ. Pacemaker-mediated tachycardia. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1986;1:9-16.

3.    Drew BJ. Differentiation of wide QRS complex tachycardias: Implications for critical care nursing. Prog
      Cardiovasc Nurs 1987;2:130-138.

4.    Drew BJ. Devaluation of biological knowledge. Image 1988;20:25-27.

5.    Drew BJ. Cardiac rhythm responses, Part I: An important phenomenon for nursing practice, science, and
      research. Heart Lung 1989;18:8-16.

6.    Drew BJ. Cardiac rhythm responses, Part II: Review of 22 years of nursing research. Heart Lung
      1989;18: 184-191.

7.    Drew BJ. Bedside Diagnosis of wide QRS complex tachycardia. Crit Care Nurs Quart 1991;14:19-29.

8.    *Drew BJ. Value of MCL1, MCL6, and selected leads in the diagnosis of wide QRS complex tachycardia.
      PhD dissertation, 1991, University of California, San Francisco, University Microfilms, Inc.

9.    *Drew BJ, Scheinman MM, Dracup K. MCL1 and MCL6 compared to V1 and V6 in distinguishing aberrant
      supraventricular from ventricular ectopic beats. Pacing & Clin Electrophysiol 1991;14:1375-1383.

10.   *Drew BJ, Scheinman MM. Value of electrocardiographic leads MCL1, MCL6 and other selected leads in
      the diagnosis of wide QRS complex tachycardia. J Am Coll Cardiol 1991;18:1025-33.

11.   *Drew BJ, Ide B, Sparacino PSA. Accuracy of Bedside ECG Monitoring: A Report on Current Practices of
      Critical Care Nurses. Heart Lung 1991;20:597-609.

12.   Drew BJ. Bedside ECG Monitoring: State of the Art for the 1990s. Heart Lung 1991;20: 610-23.

13.   Arteaga WJ, Drew BJ. Device therapy for ventricular tachycardia or fibrillation:The AICD and anti-
      tachycardia pacing. Crit Care Quart 1991;14:60-71.

14.   Schoenbaum MP, Drew BJ, Canobbio M, Singh BN. Proarrhythmia: Mechanisms, Evaluation, and
      Treatment. Crit Care Quart 1991;14:10-18.

15.   *Drew BJ, Scheinman MM, Evans GT. Comparison of a vectorcardiographically-derived 12-lead
      electrocardiogram with the conventional electrocardiogram during wide QRS complex tachycardia and its
      potential application for continuous bedside monitoring. Am J Cardiol 1992;69:612-18.

16.   Drew BJ. Using cardiac leads: The right way. Nursing 92 1992;22:50-54.

17.   Drew BJ. Is your CCU monitoring up to par? CV Nurse 1992;5:8-9.

18.   Drew BJ. Bedside electrocardiogram monitoring. AACN:Clin Issues Crit Care Nurs 1993;4:25-33.

19.   Tisdale LA, Drew BJ. ST segment monitoring for myocardial ischemia. AACN:Clin Issues Crit Care Nurs
      1993;4:34-43.


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20.   *Drew BJ, Tisdale LA. Identification of optimal bedside monitoring leads to detect coronary artery
      reocclusion following thrombolytic therapy and coronary angioplasty Am J Crit Care 1993;2:280-92.

21.   *McIntosh-Yellin NL, Drew BJ, Scheinman MM. Safety and efficacy of central intravenous bolus adenosine
      for termination of supraventricular tachycardia. J Am Coll Cardiol 1993;22: 741-5.

22.   Graf C, Drew BJ. Implementing continuous ST segment monitoring in the CCU. Am J Nurs Nov 1993:18-22.
23.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Differential diagnosis of wide QRS tachycardia. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1993;8:48.

24.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Q-T interval prolongation: When is it harmful? Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1993;8:40.

25.   *Drew BJ, Koops RR, Adams MG, Dower GE. The derived 12-lead electrocardiogram: Comparison with
      the standard electrocardiogram during myocardial ischemia and its potential application for continuous ST
      segment monitoring. J Electrocardiol 1994;27:242-48.

26.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Causes of sinus pauses. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1994;9:48.

27.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Importance of accurate lead placement. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1994;9:44.

28.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Aberration versus ectopy. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1994;9:46.

29.   Drew BJ, Ide B. T wave alternans. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1994;9:45.

30.   *Carson KJ, Drew BJ. Electrocardiographic changes in critically ill adults during intra-hospital transport.
      Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1994;9:4-12.

31.   Drew BJ, Ide B, Witherell CL, Tong EM. Pediatric tachycardias. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1995;10:46-48

32.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Right Ventricular Infarction. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1995;10:45-46.

33.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Regular Atrial Fibrillation Spells Trouble. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1995;10:44-45.

34.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Monitoring Paced Rhythms. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1995;10:44-45.

35.   *Drew BJ, Scheinman MM. ECG criteria to distinguish between aberrantly-conducted supraventricular
      tachycardia and ventricular tachycardia: Practical aspects for the immediate care setting. Pacing & Clin
      Electrophsiol 1995;18:2194-2208.

36.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Diagnosing Ischemia from the Bedside Monitor. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1996;11:45-46.

37.   Drew BJ, Ide B. An Arrhythmia Known by its Tracks. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1996;11:46.

38.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Relative Sinus Bradycardia. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1996;11:47-48.

39.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Does AV Dissociation Always Mean Heart Block? Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1996;11:47-48.

40.   *Drew BJ, Adams MG, Pelter MM, Wung SF. ST segment monitoring with a derived 12-lead
      electrocardiogram is superior to routine CCU monitoring. Am J Crit Care 1996;5:198-206.

41.   *Pelter MM, Adams MA, Drew BJ. ST segment deviation during myocardial ischemia: are there gender
      differences? Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1996;11:4-9.

42.   *Caldwell MA, Pelter MM, Drew BJ. Angina is an unreliable measure of ischemia in both men and women.
      Heart Lung 1996;25:423-29.




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43.   *Hewer I, Drew BJ, Karp K, Stotts N. The utilization of automated ST segment analysis in the
      determination of myocardial ischemia. Am Assoc Nurse Anesthetists J 1997;65:351-356.

44.   *Wood KA, Drew BJ, Scheinman MM. Frequency of disabling symptoms in supraventricular tachycardia.
      Am J Cardiol 1997;79:145-49.

45.   *Pelter MM, Adams MG, Drew BJ. Manual versus computer measurement of ST segment deviation. J
      Electrocardiol 1997;30:151-56.
46.   *Drew BJ, Adams MG, Pelter MM, Wung SF, Caldwell MA. Comparison of standard and derived 12-lead
      electrocardiograms for diagnosis of coronary angioplasty-induced myocardial ischemia. Am J Cardiol
      1997;79:639-644.

47.   *Wood KA, Eisenberg SJ, Kalman JM, Drew BJ, Saxon LA, Lee RJ, Lesh MD, Scheinman MM. Risk of
      thromboembolism in chronic atrial flutter. Am J Cardiol 1997;79:1043-47.

48.   *Drew BJ, Adams MG, McEldowney DK, Lau KY, Wung SF, Wolfe CL, Ports TA, Chou TM. Frequency,
      duration, magnitude and consequences of myocardial ischemia during intracoronary ultrasonography. Am
      Heart J 1997;134:474-78.

49.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Is it safe to inject adenosine through a central line? Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1997;12:47-48.

50.   *Adams MA, Drew BJ. Body position effects on the ECG: Implications for ischemia monitoring. J
      Electrocardiol 1997;30:285-91.

51.   *Caldwell MA, Pelter M, Drew BJ. Estimating ischemic burden: Comparison of two formulas. Am J Crit
      Care 1997;6:463-66.

52.   Ide B, Drew BJ. What’s wrong with this atrial fibrillation? Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1997;12:40.

53.   Ide B, Drew BJ. Hyperkalemia: A dangerous diagnosis for patients with congestive heart failure. Prog
      Cardiovasc Nurs 1997;12:36-37.

54.   Drew BJ, Ide B. An unexpected ST segment deviation during an exercise treadmill test. Prog Cardiovasc
      Nurs 1997;12:40-41.

55.   *Drew BJ, Wung SF, Adams MG, Pelter MM. Bedside diagnosis of myocardial ischemia with ST segment
      monitoring technology: Measurement issues for real-time clinical decision-making and trial designs. J
      Electrocardiol 1998;30:174-81.

56.   *Drew BJ, Pelter MM, Adams MG, Wung SF, Chou TM, Wolfe CL. 12-lead ST segment monitoring vs.
      single-lead maximum ST-segment monitoring for detecting ongoing ischemia in patients with unstable
      coronary syndromes Am J Crit Care 1998;7:355-63.

57.   *Pelter MM, Adams MG, Wung SF, Paul SM, Gaskin AL, Drew BJ. Peak time of occurrence of myocardial
      ischemia in the coronary care unit. Am J Crit Care 1998;7:411-17.

58.   Ide B, Drew BJ. The many rhythms of digital toxicity. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1998;13:41.

59.   Ide B, Drew BJ. Differential diagnosis of wide QRS complex tachycardia. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1998;
      13:46-47.

60.   Ide B, Drew BJ. Cardiac arrhythmias with aging. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1999;13:31.

61.   *Lau KY, Wung SF, Adams MG, Zellner C, Drew BJ. Frequency of ischemia during intracoronary
      ultrasound in women with & without coronary artery disease. Crit Care Nurse 1999;19:48-56.




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62.   *Adams MG, Pelter MM, Wung SF, Taylor CA, Drew BJ. Frequency of Silent Myocardial Ischemia with 12-
      lead ST Segment Monitoring in the Coronary Care Unit: Are there Gender Differences? Heart Lung 1999;
      28:81-86.

63.   Drew BJ. For the ST-Segment monitoring Practice Guideline International Working Group. Multilead ST-
      Segment monitoring in patients with acute coronary syndromes: A consensus statement for healthcare
      professionals. Am J Crit Care 1999;8:372-86.

64.   *Drew BJ, Pelter MM, Wung SF, Adams MG, Taylor C, Evans GT, Foster E. Accuracy of the EASI 12-lead
      electrocardiogram compared to the standard 12-lead electrocardiogram for diagnosing multiple cardiac
      abnormalities. J Electrocardiol 1999;32:38-47.

65.   *Wung SF, Drew BJ. Comparison of 18-lead ECG with selected body surface mapping leads in
66.   determining maximally-deviated lead during coronary occlusion. J Electrocardiol 1999;32:30-37.

67.   Drew BJ, Ide B. Could inaccurate lead placement cause misdiagnosis of the culprit artery in patients with
      acute myocardial infarction? Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 1999;14:33-34.

68.   Crater SW, Taylor CA, Mass AC, Loeffler AK, Pope JE, Drew BJ, Krucoff MW. Real time application of
      continuous 12-lead ST-segment monitoring in the critical care environment: Illustrative case studies. Crit
      Care Nurse 2000;20:93-99.

69.   Banks AD, Drew BJ, Ide B. Does recording of a patient’s ST-segment “fingerprint” during PTCA help to
      exclude coronary artery reocclusion as the cause of transient ischemia following the procedure? Prog
      Cardiovasc Nurs 2000;14:115-116.

70.   Matsumoto CG, Drew BJ, Ide B. Why should nurses closely monitor the ECG during insertion or exchange
      of a central venous catheter? Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 2000;5:29-31.

71.   Chan GK, Drew BJ, Ide MB. What life threatening complication of hyperthyroidism results in prominent U
      waves on the EKG? Prog Cardiovasc Nurs 2000;15:69-70.

72.   *Caldwell MA, Froelicher ES, Drew BJ. Pre-hospital delay time in acute myocardial infarction: An
      exploratory study on relationship to hospital outcomes and cost. Am Heart J 2000;139:788-96.

73.   *Wung SF, Lux RL, Drew BJ. Thoracic location of the lead with maximal ST segment deviation during
      posterior and right ventricular ischemia: Comparison of 18-lead ECG with 192 estimated body surface
      leads. J Electrocardiol 2000;33:167-174.

74.   *Wung SF, Drew BJ. New electrocardiographic criteria for posterior wall acute myocardial ischemia
      validated by a percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty model of acute myocardial infarction.      Am
      J Cardiol 2001;87:970-74.

75.   Drew BJ, Adams MG. Clinical consequences of ST segment changes due to body position mimicking
      transient myocardial ischemia: Hazards of ST segment monitoring? J Electrocardiol 2001;34:261-64.

76.   *Drew BJ, Pelter MM, Adams MG. Frequency, characteristics, and clinical significance of transient ST
      segment elevation in patients with acute coronary syndromes. Eur Heart J 2002;23:941-47.

77.   *Pelter MM, Adams MG, Drew BJ. Association of transient myocardial ischemia with adverse in-hospital
      outcomes for angina patients treated in a telemetry unit or a coronary care unit. Am J Crit Care
      2002;11:318-325.

78.   Drew BJ. Celebrating the 100th Birthday of the electrocardiogram: Lessons learned from research in
      cardiac monitoring. Am J Crit Care 2002;11:378-386. Distinguished Research Award Lecture.




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79.   *Puntillo KA, Benner P, Drought,T, Drew BJ, Stotts N, Stannard D, Rushton C, Scanlon C, White C. End-
      of-life issues in intensive care units: A national random survey of nurses’ knowledge and beliefs. Am J Crit
      Care 2002;10:216-229.

80.   *Sommargren CE, Zaroff JG, Banki N, Drew BJ. Electrocardiographic repolarization abnormalities in
      subarachnoid hemorrhage. J Electrocardiol 2002;35 (supp):257-262.

81.   Drew BJ. ST segment monitoring in cardiac patients: Standards, guidelines and clinical integration. J
      Electrocardiol 2002;35 (supp):207-212.

82.   *Drew BJ, Pelter MM, Brodnick DE, Yadav AV, Dempel D, Adams MG. Comparison of new reduced lead
      set 12-lead ECG using six electrodes with the standard ECG for diagnosing cardiac arrhythmias and
      myocardial ischemia. J Electrocardiol 2002;35 (supp):13-21.

83.   *Adams MG, Drew BJ. Efficacy of two strategies to detect body position ST segment during continuous 12-
      lead electrocardiographic monitoring. J Electrocardiol 2002;35 (supp):193-200.

84.   Adams-Hamoda MG, Caldwell MA, Stotts NA, Drew BJ. Factors to consider when analyzing 12-lead
      electrocardiograms for evidence of acute myocardial ischemia. Am J Crit Care 2003;12:9-18.

85.   Birnbaum Y, Drew BJ. The electrocardiogram in ST elevation acute myocardial infarction: correlation with
      coronary anatomy and prognosis. Postgrad Med J 2003;79:490-504.

86.   *Booker K, Holm K, Drew BJ, Lanuza D, Hicks F, Carrigan T, Wright M, Moran J. Frequency and outcomes
      of transient myocardial ischemia in critically ill adults admitted for non-cardiac conditions. Am J Crit Care
      2003; 12:508-17.

87.   *Pelter MM, Adams MG, Drew BJ. Transient myocardial ischemia is an independent predictor of adverse
      in-hospital outcomes in patients with acute coronary syndromes treated in the telemetry unit. Heart Lung
      2003; 32:71-78.

88.   *Drew BJ, Dempsey ED, Joo TH, Sommargren CE, Glancy JP, Benedict K, Krucoff MW. Pre-hospital
      synthesized 12-lead ECG ischemia monitoring with trans-telephonic transmission in acute coronary
      syndromes: Pilot study results of the ST SMART trial. J Electrocardiol 2004;37:214-21.

89.   Drew BJ, Califf RM, Funk M, et al. Practice standards for electrocardiographic monitoring in hospital
      settings. Circulation 2004;110:2721-46.

90.   *Tung P, Kopelnik A, Banki N, Ong K, Ko N, Lawton M, Gress D, Drew BJ, Foster E, Parmley W, Zaroff J.
      Predictors of neurocardiogenic injury after subarachnoid hemorrhage. Stroke 2004;35:548-551.

91.   *Lux R, Pelter MM, Fleishmann K, Zegre J, Drew BJ. Optimal leads, estimation and continuous monitoring
      improve detection of acute myocardial infarction and transient ischemia. J Electrocardiol 2004;37:240-43.

92.   *Khush K, Kopelnik A, Tung P, Banki N, Dae M, Lawton M, Smith W, Drew BJ, Foster E, Zaroff J. Age and
      aneruysm position predict patterns of left ventricular dysfunction after subarachnoid hemorrhage. J Am Soc
      Echocardiol 2005;18:168-174.

93.   Gibler WB, Cannon CP, Blomkalns AL, Char DM, Drew BJ, Hollander JE, Jaffe AS, Jesse RL, Newby K,
      Ohman M, Peterson ED, Pollack CV. Practical Implementation of guidelines for non-ST-segment elevation
      myocardial infarction/unstable angina in the emergency department. Circulation 2005;111; 2699-2710.

94.   Gibler WB, Cannon CP, Blomkalns AL, Char DM, Drew BJ, Hollander JE, Jaffe AS, Jesse RL, Newby K,
      Ohman M, Peterson ED, Pollack CV. Practical Implementation of guidelines for non-ST-segment elevation
      myocardial infarction/unstable angina in the emergency department. Ann Emerg Med 2005;46:185-197.




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95.   *Banki NM, Kopelnik A, Dae MW, Miss JC, Tung PP, Lawton MT, Drew BJ, Foster E, Smith W, Parmley
      WW, Zaroff JG. Acute neurocardiogenic injury after subarachnoid hemorrhage. Circulation 2005;112:3314-
      19.

96.   *Kopelnik A, Fisher L, Miss JC, Banki N, Tung P, Lawton MT, Ko N, Smith WS, Drew BJ, Foster E, Zaroff
      J. Prevalence and implications of diastolic dysfunction after subarachnoid hemorrhage. Neurocritical Care
      2005;3:132-38.

97.   *Tung PP, Olmsted E, Kopelnik A, Banki NM, Drew BJ, Ko N, Lawton MT, Smith W, Foster E, Young WL,
      Zaroff JG. Plasma B-type natriuretic peptide levels are associated with early cardiac dysfunction after
      subarachnoid hemorrhage. Stroke 2005;36:1567-1571.

98.   *Drew BJ, Pelter MM, Lee E, Zegre J, Schindler D, Fleischmann KE. Designing pre-hospital ECG systems
      for acute coronary syndromes. Lessons learned from clinical trials involving 12-lead ST-segment
      monitoring. J Electrocardiol 2005;38(4S):180-85.

99.   *Harris IS, Lee E, Yeghiazarians Y, Drew BJ, Michaels AD. Phonocardiographic timing of third and fourth
      heart sounds during acute myocardial infarction. J Electrocardiol 2006;39:305-309.

100. Drew BJ, Funk M. Practice standards for ECG monitoring in hospital settings: Executive summary and
      guide for implementation. Crit Care Nurs Clin N Am 2006;18:157-168.

101. Drew BJ. Pitfalls and artifacts in electrocardiography. Cardiol Clin 2006;24:309-315.

102. *Drew BJ, Sommargren CE, Schindler DM, Zegre J, Benedict K, Krucoff MW. Novel electrocardiogram
      configurations and transmission procedures in the pre-hospital setting: effect on ischemia and arrhythmia
      determination. J Electrocardiol 2006;39:S157-S160.

103. *Kothavale A, Banki NM, Kopelnik A, Yarlagadda S, Lawton MT, Ko N, Smith WS, Drew BJ, Foster E,
      Zaroff JG. Predictors of left ventricular regional wall motion abnormalities after subarachnoid hemorrhage.
      Neurocrit Care 2006;4(3):199-205.

104. *Banki N, Kopelnik A, Tung P, Lawton MT, Gress D, Drew BJ, Dae M, Foster E, Parmley W, Zaroff J. Left
      ventricular systolic dysfunction in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage. J Neurosurg 2006;105(1):15-20.

105. *Miller JN, Drew BJ. Atrial electrograms after cardiac surgery: Survey of clinical practice. Am J Crit Care
      2007;16:350-356.

106. Siebens K, Moons P, DeGeest S, Milijoen H, Drew BJ. Vrints C. The role of nurse in a chest pain unit. Eur
      J Cardiovasc Nurs 2007;6(4):265-272.

107. *Drew BJ, Schindler DM, Zegre J, Fleischmann KE, Lux RM. Estimated body surface potential maps in
      emergency department patients with unrecognized unstable angina. J Electrocardiol 2007;40:S15-S20.

108. *Schindler DM, Lux RM, Shusterman V, Drew BJ. Karhunen-Loève representation distinguishes ST-T-
      wave morphology differences between non-ST elevation myocardial infarction and non-acute coronary
      syndrome in patients presenting to the emergency department with chest pain. J Electrocardiol
      2007;40:S145-S149.

109. Drew BJ. Pulling it all together: Case studies on ECG monitoring. AACN Advanced Crit Care 2007;18:305-
      317.

110. Sommargren CE, Drew BJ. Preventing torsades de pointes by careful cardiac monitoring in hospital
      settings. AACN Advanced Crit Care 2007;18:285-293.

111. *Shusterman V, Goldberg A, Schindler DM, Fleischmann KE, Lux RL, Drew BJ. Dynamic Tracking of



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     Ischemia in Surface Electrocardiogram. J Electrocardiol 2007;40:S179-S186.

112. Solis P, Amsterdam EA, Bufalino V, Drew BJ, Jacobs AK. Development of systems of care for ST-elevation
     myocardial infarction patients: Policy Recommendations. Circulation 2007;116:e73-76.

113. Drew BJ. The standard 12-lead electrocardiogram: Is the standard wrong? J Electrocardiol 2007;40:380-
     381.

114. Drew BJ. Critical care nurses in industry: deserters or leaders? Am J Crit Care 2007;16:204-5.

115. Drew BJ. Pseudo myocardial injury patterns due to non-standard ECG electrode placement. J
     Electrocardiol 2008;41:202-204.

116. Drew BJ, Kligfield P. Standardizing electrocardiographic leads: introduction to a symposium. J
     Electrocardiol 2008;41:187-189.

117. Pickham D, Drew BJ. QT/QTC interval monitoring in the emergency department. J Emergency Nursing
     2008;34:428-434.

118. Ting HH, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH, Cone DC, Curtis JP, Drew BJ, Field JM, French WJ, Gibler WB, Goff
     DC, Jacobs AK, Nallamothu BK, O'Connor RE, Schuur JD. Implementation and integration of pre-hospital
     ECGs into systems of care for acute coronary syndrome: a scientific statement from the American Heart
     Association. Circulation 2008;118(10):1066-79.

119. McCord J, Jneid H, Hollander JE, de Lemos JA, Cercek B, Hsue P, Gibler WB, Ohman EM, Drew B,
     Philippides G, Newby LK. Management of cocaine-associated chest pain and myocardial infarction: a
     scientific statement from the American Heart Association. Circulation 2008;117(14):1897-907.

120. *Drew BJ, Finlay DD. Standardization of reduced and optimal lead sets for continuous electrocardiogram
     monitoring: where do we stand? J Electrocardiol 2008;41(6):458-465.

121. *Lee E, Michaels AD, Selvester RH, Drew BJ. Frequency of diastolic third and fourth heart sounds with
     myocardial ischemia induced during percutaneous coronary intervention. J Electrocardiol 2009;42(1):39-
     45.

122. *Lee E, Michaels AD, Selvester RH, Drew BJ. Sequence of ischemic events: diastolic heart sounds, ST
     changes, and angina. Ann Noninvasive Electrocardiol 2009;14:137-146.

123. *Wood KA, Stewart AL, Drew BJ, Scheinman MM, Froelicher ES. Symptoms in supraventricular
     tachyarrhythmias. Heart & Lung 2009;XX:1-9.

124. *Wood KA, Stewart AL, Drew BJ, Scheinman MM, Frolicher ES. Development and initial psychometric
     evaluation of the patient perspective of arrhythmia questionnaire. Res in Nursing & Health 2009;32:504-
     516.

125. *Lee E, Michaels AD, Selvester RH, Drew BJ. Diastolic heart sounds as an adjunctive tool for the diagnosis
     of acute myocardial ischemia. Acute Cardiac Care 2009;11:229-235.

126. Drew BJ, Ackerman MJ, Funk M, Gibler B, Kligfield P, Menon V, Philippides G, Roden D, Zareba W.
     Prevention of torsades de pointes in hospital settings. An American Heart Association Scientific Statement.
     Circulation with simultaneous publication in J Am Coll Cardiol (in press, 2009).

NON-PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS AND OTHER CREATIVE ACTIVITIES:
Book Chapters
1.    Wold BJ. [Drew] New advances in pacemaker therapy. In: MK Douglas & J.A Shinn (Eds.), Advances in
      Cardiovascular Nursing. 1985 Maryland: Aspen Systems Corporation.


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2.    Drew BJ. Cardiac rhythm monitoring advances. In: SB Dunbar & AE Epstein (Eds.), Sudden Cardiac
      Death: Past, Present and Future. 1997 New York: Futura Media Services, Inc.

3.    Wung SF, Drew BJ. Extra electrocardiographic leads: Right ventricular and left posterior leads. In: D
      Lynn-McItale & KK Carlson (Eds.) Am Assoc Crit Care Nurses Procedure Manual for Crit Care, 4th Ed.
      2000; 338-347.

4.    Drew BJ. Clinical application of limited lead systems in acute coronary syndromes. In MJ Schalij, MJ
      Janse, A van Oosterom, EE van der Wall, HJJ. Wellens (Eds), Einthoven 2002: 100 years of
      Electrocardiography: 537-544.

5.    Wung SF, Drew BJ. Extra electrocardiographic leads: Right ventricular and left posterior leads. In: D
      Lynn-McItale & KK Carlson (Eds.) Am Assoc Crit Care Nurses Procedure Manual for Crit Care, 5th Ed.
      2005;421-429.

6.    Drew BJ. ST segment monitoring. In: DK Moser & Riegel B (Eds). Cardiac Nursing: A Companion to
      Braunwald’s Heart Disease Saunders/Elsevier: St. Louis;2007:697-704.

7.    Drew BJ, Brady WJ. New ECG technologies to detect acute myocardial ischemia and infarction in the
      emergency department. In: A Mattu, JA Tabas, RA Barish. (Eds). Electrocardiography in Emergency
      Medicine 2007 American College of Emergency Physicians: Dallas, TX, 105-118.

8.    Wung SF, Drew BJ. Extra electrocardiographic leads: Right ventricular and left posterior leads. In: D
      Lynn-McHale & KK Carlson (Eds.) Am Assoc Crit Care Nurses Procedure Manual for Crit Care, 6th Ed.
      (in press).

RESEARCH ABSTRACTS:

1. Drew BJ, Dracup K, Stotts NA, Scheinman MM. Value of MCL1 and MCL6 compared to V1 and V6 in
   diagnosing beats with a wide QRS complex. Heart Lung 1990;19:304.

2. Drew BJ, Ide B, Sparacino PSA. Inaccuracy of ECG monitoring in critical care units. Circulation 1990;82:
   III-209.

3. Drew BJ, Scheinman MM, Dracup K. Value of MCL1 and MCL6 compared to V1 and V6 in the differential
   diagnosis of premature wide QRS complexes. Circulation 1990;82: III-209.

4. Drew BJ, Scheinman MM. Value of MCL1, MCL6, and selected ECG leads in the diagnosis of wide QRS
   complex tachycardia. J Am Coll Cardiol 1991;17(2).

5. Drew BJ, Scheinman MM, Evans GT. Comparison of a vectorcardiographically-derived ECG with the
   conventional ECG during wide complex tachycardia. Circulation, 1991;84(4):II-649.

6. Drew, B.J. Value of electrocardiographic leads MCL1, MCL6. and selected monitoring leads in the
   diagnosis of wide QRS complex tachycardia. Heart & Lung, 21(3), 288, 1992.

7. Drew BJ, Ide B, Sparacino PSA. Inaccurate ECG lead placement in critical care. Heart Lung
   1992;21(3):288.

8. Tisdale L, Drew BJ, Ide B. Lead selection for continuous bedside ST segment monitoring. Heart Lung
   1992;21(3):295.

9. Drew BJ. New method of obtaining all 12 ECG leads using a standard bedside monitor and patient cable.
   Heart Lung 1992;21(3):288.




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10. McIntosh-Yellin NL, Drew BJ, Scheinman MM. Safety and efficacy of central vs. peripheral adenosine for
    termination of supraventricular tachycardia. Circulation 1992;86(6): I-718.

11. Daugherty JS, Drew BJ, Chou TM, Amidon TM, Yock PG, Ports TA, Wolfe CL. Electrocardiographic
    evidence of myocardial preconditioning in patients undergoing PTCA. J Am Coll Cardiol 1994;February,
    68A.

12. Drew BJ, Koops RR, Adams MG. Detection of transient ischemia and prediction of clinical outcomes with
    continuous ST segment monitoring of a derived 12-lead ECG. Circulation 1992;90(4,Pt2):I-424.

13. Wood KA, Drew BJ, Scheinman MM. Symptoms in patients experiencing recurrent supraventricular
    tachycardia. Circulation 1994;90(4,Pt2):I-424.

14. Drew BJ, Koops RR, Adams M. Detection of transient ischemia and prediction of clinical outcomes with
    continuous ST segment monitoring using a derived 12-lead ECG. Circulation 1994;90(4):I-424.

15. Wood KA, Drew BJ, Scheinman MM. Symptoms in patients experiencing recurrent supraventricular
    tachycardia. Circulation 1994;90(4):I-425.

16. Ide B, Howie J, Glavis C, Adams M, Ritchie D, Drew BJ. Accurate cardiac monitoring: Strategy for improving
    clinical practice. Circulation 1994;90(4) ;I-425.

17. Drew BJ, Adams MG, Wung SF, Dower GE. Value of a derived 12-lead electrocardiogram for detecting
    transient myocardial ischemia. J Electrocardiol 1995;28 (Supp).

18. Caldwell MA, Drew BJ. Comparison of two formulas for estimating total ischemic burden. Circulation
    1995;92(8):I-584.

19. Adams MG, Drew BJ. ST segment shifts due to body position changes are infrequent in patients with heart
    disease. Am J Crit Care 1996;5:234.

20. Caldwell MA, Pelter MM, Drew BJ. Chest pain is not associated with gender or amount of ST deviation. Am
    J Crit Care 1996;5:238.
21. Siu A, Drew BJ, Marco D, Engler M, Griffin JC. Determining the optimal pulse duration for programming
    ventricular pacemakers using data on battery current drain. Pacing & Clin Electrophysiol 1996;18(6):673.

22. McEldowney DK, Adams MG, Drew BJ. Myocardial ischemia is common during coronary intravascular
    ultrasound. Circulation 1996;94:I-79.

23. Sparacino PSA, Miaskowski CA, Ferril SJ, Drew BJ, Milechman GF, Weisberg M, Corey J. Practice
    patterns before implementation of a clinical pathway for congestive heart failure. Circulation 1996;94:I-179.

24. Sparacino PSA, Miaskowski CA, Ferril SJ, Drew BJ, Milechman GF, Corey JA. Changes in practice
    patterns after implementation of a clinical pathway for congestive heart failure. Circulation 1997;96:I-135.

25. Adams MG, Pelter MM, Chang TWH, Wung SF, Drew BJ. Frequency of chest pain during myocardial
    ischemia: Is there a gender difference? Circulation 1997;96:I-134.

26. Drew BJ, Pelter MM, Adams MG, Wung SF, Chou TM, Wolfe CL. Is 12-lead ST segment monitoring
    necessary to detect ongoing ischemia in patients with unstable coronary syndromes? Circulation 1997;96:I-
    14.

27. Wood KA, Stewart AL, Froelicher ES, Drew BJ, Scheiman MN. Changes in symptoms and quality of life in
    supraventricular tachycardia patients following radiofrequency ablation. Pacing & Clin Electrophysiol
    1997;20(9.Part II): 2325.




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28. Caldwell MA, Froelicher ES, Drew BJ. What are predictors of delay in patients seeking treatment for
    symptoms of myocardial infarction (MI)? Circulation 1998;98:I-381.

29. Wung SF, Drew BJ. 18 Lead ECG in the Diagnosis of Myocardial Ischemia and Its Correlation to the Culprit
    Coronary Artery. Circulation 1998;98:I-380.

30. Sciammarella MG, Botvinick EH, Weber EJ, Abbo M, Lizolle P, Caldwell MA, Drew BJ, Dae MW, Whisnam,
    B, Wolfe CL. Non-invasive methods to identify ischemia in patients presenting to the emergency
    department with low-to-intermediate likelihood of acute myocardial ischemia. J Invest Med 1998;46:135A.

31. Drew BJ. Detection of acute ischemia in patients with unstable coronary syndromes. Proceedings from the
    International Meeting Intensive Cardiac Care, Jerusalem, Israel, 1998.

32. Puntillo K, Benner P, Drew BJ, Drought T, Stotts N, Stannard D. End of life in ICUs: ICU nurses speak out.
    Am J Crit Care 1999;8:201.

33. Drew BJ, Pelter MM, Adams MG. Frequency, characteristics, and clinical significance of transient ST
    segment elevation in patients with acute coronary syndromes. Circulation 2000;102:II-512.

34. Wung SF, Drew BJ. New ECG criteria for acute posterior myocardial ischemia: Validation using a PTCA
    model of acute myocardial infarction. Circulation 2000;102:II-367.

35. Wung SF, Drew BJ. Posterior chest leads for diagnosis of acute myocardial ischemia in the setting of
    bundle branch block. Eur Heart J 2000;21:31.

36. Adams MG, Pelter MM, Wung SF, Lux RL, Drew BJ. Is there more information about acute ischemia in body
    surface potential maps estimated from standard leads than in the standard 12-lead ECG alone? J
    Electrocardiol 2000;33 (Suppl):81.

37. Pelter MM, Drew BJ. The frequency and adverse outcomes of transient myocardial ischemia in patients
    recently treated in the telemetry unit are equivalent to those of patients treated for the same diagnosis in the
    CCU from an earlier time period. Circulation 2001;104(17) (Suppl):340. Young Investigator Award.

38. Wung SF, Engler MB, Drew BJ. Posterior ECG leads in patients with cardiac symptoms but free of coronary
    artery disease. Circulation 2001;104(17) (Suppl):640.

39. Booker KJ, Holm K, Drew BJ, Lanuza D, Hicks F, Moran J. Frequency and clinical outcomes of transient
    myocardial ischemia in noncardiac critically ill adults. Circulation 2001;104(17) (Suppl):768.

40. Adams MG, Galen P, Drew BJ. A novel approach to reduce false positives due to body position changes
    during ST segment monitoring. J Electrocardiol 2002;34 (Suppl):211. Young Investigator Finalist.

41. Tung PP, Kopelnik A, Banki NM, Ong KC, Ko NU, Lawton MT, Gress DR, Drew BJ, Foster E, Parmley WW,
    Zaroff JG. The severity of brain injury and female gender predict myocardial necrosis after subarachnoid
    hemorrhage. J Am Coll Cardiol 2002;39:160A.

42. Lo SL, Drew BJ. Lead selection for QT interval measurement for bedside ECG monitoring. Best Abstract
    Award, Council on Cardiovascular Nursing, American Heart Association. Circulation 2002.

43. Olson CW, Drew BJ, Adams MG. New methods to distinguish positional from ischemic ECG changes using
    vector changes in magnitude and angle over segments of the QRS, ST, and the T wave. Proceedings of the
    International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, April, 2002.

44. Tung PP, Kopelnik A, Banki NM, Lawton M, Gress D, Drew BJ, Foster E, Young W, Parmley W. Zaroff J. B-
    Type Natriuretic peptide predicts cardiac injury and dysfunction after subarachnoid hemorrhage. J Am Coll
    Cardiol March 2003, 160A.

45. Sommargren CE, Zaroff J, Banki NM, Fisher L, Kopelnik A, Miss J, Tung P, Drew BJ. High Frequency of


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    cardiac depolarization abnormalities in subarachnoid hemorrhage: Evidence for the catecholmine
    hypothesis? Circulation 2003;108:IV-362. Young Investigator Finalist.

46. Yadav AV, Drew BJ, Miller JM, Marrouche N, Natale A, Scheinman MM. Application of the Brugada Criteria
    for Patients with Idiopathic Ventricular Tachycardia. Heart Rhythm 2004;(1S):619.

47. Hampton D, Joo T, Valenzuela T, Clark L, Drew BJ. Use of an optimized reduced-lead ECG for detecting
    out-of-hospital AMI. Resuscitation 2004;62(3), 357-358.

48. Lee E, Michaels AD, Schindler D, Drew BJ. Superiority of P-Wave Amplitude over P-Wave Duration to
    Predict Left Ventricular End Diastolic Pressure. J Electrocardiol 2005;(4S):36.

49. Schindler D, Lee E, Drew BJ. P-Wave Changes of Left Atrial Overload Precede ST-Segment Changes
    During Angioplasty-Induced Myocardial Ischemia. J Electrocardiol 2005;38 (4S):92.

50. Warner RA, Lee E, Arand P, Michaels AD, Drew BJ. Using Simultaneous ECG and Acoustical Data to
    Evaluate and Monitor Patients with Cardiac Disease. J Electrocardiol 2005;38(4S):144.

51. Sommargren CE, Warner R, Zaroff JG, Banki NM, Kopelnik A, Kothavale AA, Tung PP, Drew BJ.
    Electrocardiographic abnormalities in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage and normal adults: A
    comparison study. J Electrocardiol 2005;38(4S):144.

52. Drew BJ, Schindler DM, Zegre J, Fleischmann KE, Lee E. Patients with unrecognized acute coronary
    syndrome but with silent ischemia during hospital ST-segment monitoring have greater post-discharge
    mortality. Circulation 2005;112(17):II-392.

52. Lee E, Pelter MM, Zegre J, Drew BJ. Cardiac symptom clusters in elders versus young adults in acute
    coronary syndrome. Circulation 2005;112(17S):II-391.

53. Lee E, Drew BJ, Selvester RH, Schindler DM, Michaels AD. Novel computer-assisted measurement of
    electrocardiographic P terminal force to predict elevated left ventricular end-diastolic pressure. J Am Coll
    Cardiol 2006;47(4 Supp):13A.

54. Drew BJ, Schindler DM, Zegre J, Fleischmann KE. High mortality after hospitalization for acute coronary
    syndrome with unrecognized silent ischemia. Eur Heart J 2006;27:S318.

55. Drew BJ, Sommargren CE, Zegre JK, Schindler DM. Effect of pre-hospital 12-lead ST-segment monitoring
    on time to treatment in acute coronary syndrome: The ST SMART Study. Circulation 2006;114(18S):II-348.

56. Zegre JK, Sommargren CE, Drew BJ. Initial ECG acquisition within 10 minutes of arrival to the emergency
    department in persons presenting with ischemic symptoms: Frequency, time, and gender differences.
    Circulation 2006;114(18S):II-424.

57. Schindler DM, Lux R, Shusterman V, Drew BJ. Karhunen-Loève representation distinguishes ST-T-wave
    morphology differences between non-ST elevation myocardial infarction and non-acute coronary syndrome
    in patients presenting to the emergency department with chest pain. Young Investigator Award Finalist,
    International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology Annual Conference, April, 2007, Mexico.

58. Drew BJ, Sommargren CE, Zegre-Hemsey JK, Schindler DM. Mobile Phone Transmission of Pre-Hospital
    ECGs to the Destination Hospital Improves Time to Treatment in Acute Coronary Syndromes. Heart Rhythm
    2008;5:S199.

59. Lee E, Michaels AD, Selvester RH, Drew BJ. Frequency of diastolic third and fourth heart sounds with
    myocardial ischemia during percutaneous coronary intervention. Circulation 2008;118:II-S639. Young
    Investigator Award Winner.



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60. Lee E, Michaels AD, Selvester RH, Drew BJ. Ischemic cascade: Sequence of ECG, acoustic cardiographic
    changes, and angina during coronary occlusion. Circulation 2008;118:II-S760.

61. Funk M, May J, Stephens K, Hoffman C, Hurley E, Winkler C, Fennie K, Gaither J, Drew BJ. Substandard
    quality of ECG monitoring in current clinical practice: Preliminary results of the Practical Use of the Latest
    Standards for Electrocardiograph (PULSE) Trial. Rated one of top 4 abstracts presented at the Annual
    Scientific Sessions of the American Heart Association Circulation 2009;120(Suppl.2):S414.

62. Funk M, Winkler C, Fashjian M, Fennie K, Stephens K, May J, Drew BJ. Deficiencies in Nurses’ ECG
    Monitoring Knowledge: Preliminary Results of the Practical Use of the Latest Standards for
    Electrocardiography (PULSE) Trial. Circulation 2009;120(Suppl.2):S410.


                                             RESEARCH PROGRAM

SIGNIFICANT RECENT PUBLICATIONS

                         Publication                                           My role/contribution
1. Drew BJ, Pelter MM, Adams MG. Frequency,
                                                                 1. Study principal investigator: Designed the
   characteristics, and clinical significance of transient ST
                                                                    study, obtained NIH funding, supervised
   segment elevation in patients with acute coronary
                                                                    data collection, conducted statistical
   syndromes. Eur Heart J 2002;23:941-47.
                                                                    analysis, wrote manuscript.
2. Drew BJ, Dempsey ED, Joo TH, Sommargren CE,
   Glancy JP, Benedict K, Krucoff MW. Pre-hospital               2. Study principal investigator: Designed the
   synthesized 12-lead ECG ischemia monitoring with                 study, obtained NIH funding, supervised
   trans-telephonic transmission in acute coronary                  data collection, conducted statistical
   syndromes: Pilot study results of the ST SMART trial. J          analysis, wrote manuscript.
   Electrocardiol 2004;37:214-21.
                                                                 3. Applied to the American Heart Association’s
                                                                    Manuscript Oversight Committee to develop
3. Drew BJ, Califf RM, Funk M, et al. Practice standards for
                                                                    the first published practice standards for
   electrocardiographic monitoring in hospital settings.
                                                                    ECG monitoring in hospital settings. Chaired
   Circulation 2004;110:2721-46.
                                                                    the expert writing group, wrote first draft of
                                                                    manuscript.
4. Drew BJ, Pelter MM, Lee E, Zegre J, Schindler D,
   Fleischmann KE. Designing pre-hospital ECG systems            4. Study principal investigator: Designed the
   for acute coronary syndromes. Lessons learned from               study, obtained NIH funding, supervised
   clinical trials involving 12-lead ST-segment monitoring. J       data collection, conducted statistical
   Electrocardiol 2005;38(4S):180-85.                               analysis, wrote manuscript.

5. Drew BJ, Schindler DM, Zegre J, Fleischmann KE, Lux           5. Study principal investigator: Designed the
   RM. Estimated body surface potential maps in                     study, obtained NIH funding, supervised
   emergency department patients with unrecognized                  data collection, conducted statistical
   unstable angina. J Electrocardiol.                               analysis, wrote manuscript.

                                CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS/PROGRAM

        My program of research focuses on expanding information obtained from electrocardiographic
recordings to improve clinical decision-making and patient outcomes in hospital and pre-hospital settings. I
helped develop a monitoring strategy, “reduced lead set” technology to detect acute myocardial ischemia. After
studying the cellular electrophysiology of ischemia and lead theory, I realized that multiple electrodes would be
required to detect ischemia related to all the vascular beds of the heart. Such a cumbersome electrode
configuration would tether the patient, create a noisy signal during body movement, and interfere with hospital



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care (e.g., emergency defibrillation). I collaborated with engineers from the International Society for
Computerized Electrocardiology to derive a multi-lead electrocardiogram from a reduced number of electrodes.
To date, all the major cardiac monitoring manufacturers have either incorporated reduced lead set technology
into their equipment or have plans underway to provide for this technology. I was invited to present my research
in reduced lead set technology at the Einthoven Foundation’s Celebration of 100 years of the Electrocardiogram
in the Netherlands in 2002. Einthoven won a Nobel Prize for inventing the ECG machine in 1902, and this
celebration acknowledged scientists who had made important and lasting contributions to the field.
          Results of studies from my research laboratory (ECG Monitoring Research Lab in the School of
Nursing) have informed the development of ST-segment (ischemia) monitoring algorithms for cardiac monitors.
We discovered causes of false ischemia monitoring alarms, such as changes in a patient’s body position, which
can alter waveforms and mimic the electrocardiographic changes of myocardial ischemia. Our publications
provided evidence for the importance of ischemia monitoring in patients presenting to the emergency room with
chest pain or treated in hospital units for acute coronary syndromes. A series of studies from my laboratory have
shown that transient ischemia following treatment for acute coronary syndromes is: (1) usually missed with
routine “arrhythmia” monitoring leads, (2) associated with poor hospital outcomes and, (3) most often (80%)
clinically silent (asymptomatic). In addition, we were the first to publish that automated ST segment ischemia
monitoring provided prognostic information above and beyond the initial standard 12-lead ECG in patients with
acute coronary syndromes.
          Realizing that the under-utilization of ischemia monitoring by clinicians in emergency rooms and hospital
units was due to a lack of clarity about how to perform it, I organized an international group of experts to develop
a practice guideline. The resultant report was entitled, Multi-lead ST-segment monitoring in patients with acute
coronary syndromes: A consensus statement for healthcare professionals, published in 1999. This guideline has
influenced clinical practice internationally.
          Recent studies have focused on ECG monitoring in emergency rooms and pre-hospital settings. I
helped design computer software for an ambulance device capable of monitoring patients for ischemia using
reduced lead set technology and automatically transmitting abnormal ECGs by cell phone to the target hospital.
Preliminary results from our current study indicate that this pre-hospital monitoring strategy reduces time from
911 call to first ECG as well as hospital time to treatment. We anticipate being able to show that these time
savings result in improved survival after acute myocardial infarction.
          I am currently working on another new goal of ECG monitoring: QT interval monitoring. By monitoring
QT intervals in patients who are started on potentially pro-arrhythmic drugs, it may be possible to prevent the
complication of torsades de pointes, a cause of sudden cardiac death in hospital settings. I advised engineers to
design an automated QT interval measurement strategy that has just been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration. I believe this upgrade to cardiac monitors will save nursing time by eliminating the need for
manual measurements and provide more frequent, reliable, and accurate measurement of the QT interval. We
are initiating a study to test the value of automated QT interval monitoring at Stanford Hospitals and Clinics (the
QT in Practice [QTIP] Study).
          In collaboration with a professor at Yale School of Nursing, we have been funded by NHLBI for a 5-yr,
multi-center randomized clinical trial to implement the Practice Standards for ECG monitoring in hospital settings
and to determine whether they will improve nurses’ monitoring behaviors and patients’ hospital outcomes. We
have developed interactive educational computer modules recommending the best practices for arrhythmia,
ischemia, and QT interval monitoring for use in the study.
          My program of research was awarded the most prestigious award bestowed by the UCSF School of
Nursing in June, 2007. The Helen Nahm Research Lecture Award recognizes a UCSF School of Nursing faculty
member or graduate who has made an outstanding contribution to nursing science and research. Initiated in
                     th
1981, I am the 26 recipient of this award. In addition, my contributions are acknowledged in the UCSF School
of Nursing Wall of Fame that was unveiled during our school’s Centennial Celebration in April, 2007.




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