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CURRICULUM VITA
NAME:
DEMETRIUS JAMES PORCHE, DNS, PhD, APRN, FNP, CS, FAANP, FAAN
Virginia Henderson Fellow, Sigma Theta Tau
Charter Fellow in Society of Luther Christman Fellows: Contributions to
Nursing by Men
MAILING ADDRESS:
931 Independence Street
New Orleans, LA 70117
(504) 948-0470
BUSINESS ADDRESS:
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
Dean’s Suite, 4th Floor
School of Nursing
1900 Gravier St.
New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 568-4106
E-mail: [email protected] or
[email protected]
DATE OF INITIAL
APPOINTMENT:
June 1999
ACADEMIC RANK:
Professor
DATE APPOINTED
TO PRESENT RANK:
April 2007
JOINT APPOINTMENT: Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
School of Public Health
Tulane University School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine
Community Health Sciences Department
TENURE STATUS:
Tenured July 2001
CURRENT TITLE:
Dean and Professor (April 2007)
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
School of Nursing
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PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION:
Dates
Institution
Degree
2005 to 2009
Capella University
School of Business and
Technology
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Organization and
Management: Leadership Specialization
Dissertation: “Emergent Leadership During a Natural
Disaster: A Narrative Analysis of an Acute Health
Care Organization’s Leadership”
1996 – May 1999
Concordia University Wisconsin
Post-Masters Certificate as Family Nurse Practitioner
1991 – 1995
Louisiana State University
Medical Center
Doctor of Nursing Science
Dissertation: Relationship of Cognitive Health
Behavior Model and Emotional State to Anal and
Oral Practices of Homosexual Males in New Orleans
Clinical Area: Public/Community Health Nursing
Functional Area: Clinical Consultation; Epidemiology
1990
Tulane School of Public Health &
Tropical Medicine
Non-degree Seeking Student
1988 – 1989
Louisiana State University
Medical Center
Masters of Nursing
Thesis: Sexual Behavior Changes of Homosexual
Males in Response to AIDS
Clinical Area: Public/Community Health Nursing
Functional Area: Staff Development
1982 – 1987
Nicholls State University
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
FELLOWSHIPS/MENTORSHIP PROGRAMS:
2007-2008
Chiron Mentorship Program Sigma Theta Tau International, Mentoring Trish Kereztes and
Mary Weisel to help develop a formalized structure for a non-profit nurse educator’s organization
in northern Indiana.
2005 – 2006
Chiron Mentorship Program Sigma Theta Tau International. Serving as a mentor for Dr.
Jennifer Couvillon. Mentored the development of a Doctor of Nursing Practice curriculum and
Developed her scholarship in distance education technology.
2005 – 2007
Omada Board Mentoring Program Sigma Theta Tau International. Focuses on preparing
nurses to serve on national and international boards. Mentored on the American Public Health
Association (APHA) Board. Lead and completed a project to develop a men’s health specialty
Interest group, first meeting 2006.
2002 – 2003
American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Leadership for Academic Nursing
Fellowship, funded by Helene Fuld Health Trust. Focuses on preparing the next generation of
academic nursing leaders for Schools of Nursing
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LICENSURE, CREDENTIALING OR CERTIFICATION:
2013
Certification for American Cancer Society’s Fresh Start Tobacco Cessation
Program
2013
Certificate for BLS Healthcare Provider
2010
MBTI Certification
Myers-Briggs Certification Program
2010
Certificate of Achievement – Six Sigma Green Belt – Healthcare
Villanova University
2010 to 2011
Professional Legal Nurse Consultant
Jurex
1999 to 2014
Family Nurse Practitioner
American Nurses Credentialing Center
1995 to 2015
Clinical Specialist in Community Health Nursing
American Nurses Credentialing Center
1995 to Present
Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN): Clinical Nurse Specialist and
Nurse Practitioner (Title change due to Nurse Practice Act change)
Louisiana State Board of Nursing
1990 to 1995
Advanced Practitioner of Nursing: Primary Nurse Associate
Louisiana State Board of Nursing
1990 to 1995
Advanced Practitioner of Nursing: Clinical Nurse Specialist
Louisiana State Board of Nursing
1988 to 2003
Certified Critical Care Nurse (CCRN)
American Association of Critical Care Nurses
1987 to Present
Registered Nurse (RN)
Louisiana State Board of Nursing
HONORS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND SPECIAL RECOGNITION:
Date
Award/Scholarship/Special Recognition
2013
LSUHSC-SON Alumni of the Year awarded by the Alumni Association of Louisiana
State University Health Sciences Center- School of Nursing
2009
FAANP (Fellows of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners) Selected to
FAANP program of the AANP which recognizes practitioners (NP’s) who have made
outstanding contributions to healthcare through clinical practice, research, education,
and/or health policy.
2009
FAAN (Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing) Selected as a member of the
American Academy of Nursing. The Academy was established in 1966 by the House of
Delegates of the American Nurses Association to recognize significant contributions of
individuals to the nursing profession.
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2008
LSUHSC Executive Research Council – Outstanding Service
2007
Volunteer of the Year Award. Recognized for unprecedented leadership as
Chairperson of the state-wide continuing education committee. Lead the revision of all
policies and procedures for 2007 ANCC compliance and lead ANCC accreditation
process. Volunteer services generated about $20,000 in 2006.
Louisiana State Nurses Association
2005
American Assembly for Men in Nursing Member of the Year. Recognized for
visionary leadership to expand the organization’s mission to include men’s health.
2005
Certificate of Appreciation Southern Regional Education Board Council on
Collegiate Education for Nursing. Significant contributions to Nurse Educator
Consortium Electronic Campus.
2005
St. Charles General Hospital Professorship. Awarded professorship title and funds to
develop intramural research programs.
2004
Ortho Biotech HIV Anemia Case Study Award. Competitive award for case study
research in the management of anemia in HIV.
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
2004
ANAC Recognition for Outstanding Service, Dedication and Leadership as
President of New Orleans Nurses In AIDS Care. Recognition for outstanding
leadership at the local chapter level and hosting the national conference.
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.
2004
Mentor of the Year. Recognized at the state level for his strong mentorship of
community members and non-profit organizational boards/members, future
academicians and nurse researchers.
Louisiana State Nurses Association
2003
“Another Nichols Success Story” Recognized for outstanding academic and
professional career achievements and community mobilization and organization efforts.
Nicholls State University Alumni Association
2003
Pfizer Award for Excellence in Research, Education, Patient Care and Community
Outreach. Excellence award for leadership in developing intramural and extramural
research programs and developing academic-community partnerships with local
hospitals and public health agencies. Development of men’s health screening programs
such as HIV testing, blood pressure, cholesterol monitoring and PSA.
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
2002
Certificate of Appreciation for leadership and consultation providing to Public Health
Nursing.
Louisiana Office of Public Health/Department of Health & Hospitals
2001
Honorary Member for years of service as state-wide consultant.
Louisiana Association of Student Nurses
2001
Tireless Dedication for assisting in promoting organizational capacity building,
developing community level interventions, program evaluation, and securing funding
for minority community based organizations.
Brotherhood, Inc.
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1999
Special Recognition for leadership, mentoring, and serving as the state-wide
consultant.
Louisiana Association of Student Nurses
1999
Appreciation for Serving as Awards Committee Recognition
New Orleans District Nurses Association
1998
Certificate of Appreciation – Nursing Continuing Education for serving as a peer
reviewer for continuing education applications at both the provider and approval level.
Louisiana State Nurses Association
1998
Outstanding Faculty Support for Student Activities. Recognition for leadership and
mentoring provided to student organizations on campus and at the state level.
Nicholls State University
1998
Certificate of Appreciation for service as state-wide consultant and mentor.
Louisiana Association of Student Nurses
1996
New Orleans Great 100 Nurses. Nominated and recognized for outstanding leadership
in nursing and the community.
1995
Founding President Award. Award for developing the chapter and five years of
service and leadership of the local chapter.
New Orleans Nurses in AIDS Care
1994 – 1995
Certificate of Appreciation. Community service on the HIV prevention planning
community advisory board.
HIV Prevention Community Planning
1994
Presidential Commendation. Community development activity for leadership
provided in the development of school based health programs and promotion of high
school career activities/fairs.
Lafourche Parish
1993
Certificate of Appreciation. Dedication to the development of blood-borne disease
prevention.
Tulane Medical Center
1991
Environmental Health and Safety Award. Dedication to the development of
occupational safety programs that prevent the transmission of HIV/HBV.
Tulane University Medical Center
1989
Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges
1987
Dean’s Award for the College of Life Sciences & Technology. Academic and
leadership achievements as a student in the college.
1987
Outstanding Baccalaureate Nursing Student. Academic and leadership achievements
as a student in the nursing program.
PROFESSIONAL CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:
Dates
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Agency/Institution
Position or Professional Service
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LSU Health Network Nurse
Managed Clinic
Family Nurse Practitioner
2000
Health Care for Homeless
Family Nurse Practitioner
1997 – 2002
St. Claude Medical Center
Consultative Director
Infection Control and Employee Health
1994 – 1997
United Medical Center
Critical Care Nurse
1994 – 1996
Nursing Knowledge, Inc
Nursing Faculty – Immune System Defects
and Oncology
1993 – 1995
Med Force, Inc
Critical Care Agency Nurse
1989 – 1993
Tulane University Medical Center and
Tulane University School of Medicine
Infection Control Educator/Coordinator
and Blood-Borne Disease
Coordinator/CNS
1990 - 1991
Regional Medical Affiliates
Critical Care Agency Nurse
1990 – 1992
Delta Regional AIDS Education and
Training
Nursing Faculty
1987 – 1991
Terrebonne General Medical Center
Critical Care Nurse
1989 – 1989
Hospice of Southern Louisiana
Hospice Nurse
1987 – 1989
Nursing Care Inc.
Home Health Nurse
CONSULTATIONS:
2013
Legal Consultation: Served as an expert witness in regards to Dr. Porche opinion of medical treatment
given to a patient at a Louisiana State Correctional institution.
2010
Legal Consultation: Served as an expert witness in regards to the plantiffs potential qualifications to be
admitted to a nursing school.
2009
Legal Consultation: Served as an expert witness reviewing a Civil Action suit regarding the care rendered
in an emergency situation regarding an incarcerated prisoner by providing an expert opinion as a Family
Nurse Practitioner.
2009
University Consultation: Kennesaw State University – Development of a Doctor of Nursing Science
Program.
20072009
University Consultation: University of Massachusetts – Worcester for CCNE accreditation consultation.
INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL PRACTICE:
2005
Surgical Medical Mission to Antigua, Guatemala. Provided volunteer primary care and surgical health
care services.
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1999
Primary Care Provider as Nurse Practitioner in Baja, Mexico. Provided volunteer primary care
services.
PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY/CLINICAL CONSULTATION:
Dates
Agency/Institution
Position or Professional Service
20102012
Family Planning Council, Inc.
Male Training Center for
Family Planning and Reproductive
Health
Expert advisory committee member for the national Male
Training Center for Family Planning and Reproductive
Health.
20092013
Tulane University
Reappointment to Tulane University School of Public
Health and Tropical Medicine as Adjunct Associate
Professor in the Department of Community Health
Sciences.
2006 to
2009
Office of Population Affairs
Department of Health and Human Services
Family Planning Male Training Center
Consultant with John Stewart, health economist at UNC
Chapel Hill to determine cost measures for male family
planning services.
2006 to
2009
Office of Population Affairs
Department of Health and Human Services
Male Family Planning Initiative
Expert Consultant on male family planning services for
Title X. Men’s health expert on male family planning
national initiatives to the Office of Population Affairs
Male Family Planning Training Centers.
2005
New Orleans Rape Crisis Network
Men’s Health Expert on male sexual assault. Develops
policies, procedures, and clinical practice guidelines on
male sexual assault. Provides advocacy and guidance on
local and state sexual assault policy and laws. Changed
stated policy on male sexual assault examination kits and
chain of evidence policy that has been adopted in
Mississippi and Texas with current consideration in
Arkansas.
2005
Memorial Medical Center
Consultant to development research culture, integrate
evidence based practice into clinical practice and prepare
for Magnet Hospital Recognition. Member of Research
Council. Developing academic research partnership with
Memorial Medical Center.
2004 to
2005
Veterans Administration Medical Center
Consultant for development of evidence based practice and
preparation for Magnet Hospital Recognition. Member of
Research Committee. Developed LSUHSC academic
research partnership with VAMC.
2004 to
2007
East Jefferson Medical Center
Research Consultant for integration of evidence based
practice. Member of Research Committee. Developed an
academic research partnership with EJMC. Co-authored
evidence based practice model.
2004 to
Present
Louisiana Office of Public Health
Provides consultation on community program planning
and development. Advises on development of academiccommunity partnerships. Currently consulting on Public
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Health Nursing Practice competencies.
2004 to
2005
Medical Center of Louisiana at New
Orleans
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program
Consultant on Male Sexual Assault policies, procedures
and curriculum. Developed male curriculum that has been
implemented nationally into Sexual Assault Nurse
Examiner (SANE) curriculums. Analyzes male sexual
assault data and report’s findings to District Attorney’s
office and Rape Crisis Network quarterly.
2003 to
2004
Dr. Jonathan Calkwood
Consulting on the development of a community based nonprofit organization for multiple sclerosis and development
of a state-wide needs assessment of providers and patients.
2003
New Orleans Mayor’s Office
City-wide Homeless Needs Assessment. Conducts city
wide needs assessment.
2003 to
2007
Great Expectations, Mayors Office
SISTA Project
Program Evaluation and Planning SISTA HIV Prevention
Project for African American women
2003 to
2005
Louisiana Office of Public Health
Public Health Nursing and Chronic
Disease Section
State-wide Perinatal Smoking Cessation Program
Evaluation Consultation
1999 to
2005
Brotherhood, Inc.
Consultant for HIV prevention program intervention
development and evaluation for African American men.
1999
St. Stephens Parish Church
Community Assessment and Program Planner. Conducted
needs assessment of community.
1998
International Council of Nurses
HIV/AIDS Consultant on HIV policies.
1997 to
2003
Louisiana Association of Student Nurses
State-wide consultant of the Louisiana State Nurses
Association to the Louisiana Association of Student
Nurses
ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:
2007-Present
Dean and Professor
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
School of Nursing
December 1, 2006
to April 2007
Acting Dean
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
School of Nursing
2004 – 2006
Associate Dean for Nursing Research and Evaluation & Director of the Office of
Nursing Research & Evaluation
Director of the Doctor of Nursing Science Program
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
School of Nursing
2002 – 2004
Associate Dean for Nursing Research and Evaluation
Louisiana State University Health Science Center
School of Nursing
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2000 -2001
Acting, Associate Dean for Nursing Research and Evaluation
Louisiana State University Health Science Center
School of Nursing
1996 – 1999
Director of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program
Nicholls State University
ADMINISTRATIVE ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
2013
LSUHSC-SON recognized as Nightingale School of the Year from entry
presentation by Louisiana State Nurses Association (LSNA)
2013
BSN to DNP Nurse Anesthesia program started
2012
LSUHSC-SON recognized as Stellar School Chapter by National Student
Nurses Association (NSNA)
2012
Post-Masters DNP program started
2012
Hosted Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS) 26 th Annual Conference in New Orleans
2012
Opened LSU Health SON/Healthcare Network Nurse Managed Clinics
2011
ANCC four year accreditation as provider of Continuing Nursing Education
2011
Louisiana Center for Evidence Based Nursing stated as affiliate center of Joanna Briggs
Institute
2009
CCNE 10 year accreditation of BSN, MN, MSN programs
2009
LSBN approval of RN Refresher Program
2009
Initiated Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) and LSUHSC-SON Emergent Nurse
Leader program
2008
Appointed 3 Endowed Professorships
2008
Initiated MSN in Nursing Education degree
2007
Tucker H. Couvillon Professorship established
PHILANTHROPIC ACTIVITY:
Dates:
2009
Secured additional ALAMAR Foundation Endowed Tucker H. Couvillon III
Professorship Funds ($25,000)
2007
Secured ALMAR Foundation Endowed Tucker H. Couvillon III Professorship for
neuro-degenerative diseases ($60,000)
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2007
Established the Myrtis J. Snowden Endowed Professorship for Collegiate
And Public Health Nursing (generating funds)
Dissertation/Thesis: Dissertation Chair (Major Professor): Dr. Demetrius Porche
Year
Student/Institution
Title
2013
Toussaint Battley III
LSUHSC
“The Effect of Short Message Service Reminders on
Appointment Attendance in Primary Care” a Scholarly Inquiry
Project (SIP) requirement for a DNP degree
2013
Todd Michael Tartavoulle
LSUHSC
“A Predictive Model of the Effects of Depression, Anxiety,
Stress, Six Minute Walk Distance, and Social Support on
Health Related Quality of Life In An Adult Pulmonary
Hypertension Population”
2011
Todd Michael Keller
LSUHSC
“The Effect of a Standard, High and Low Language Intensity
Colorectal Cancer Screening Education Fact Sheet on Level
Of Functional Health Literacy on the Stage of Readiness to
Participation on Colorectal Cancer Screening in an Older
Adult Population in Three South Louisiana Parishes”
2009
Kay S. Whitten
LSUHSC
“Parent Perception of Resiliency Strengths and Resources
In Families of Adolescents with Mild, Moderate and Severe
Levels of Depression”
2009
Denise Maria Linton
LSUHSC
“Pap Smear Intention Among Rural Southeast Louisiana
Women”
2008
Martha Jane Fayland
LSUHSC
“Mapping the Literature: A Bibliometric Analysis of Evidence
Based Practice Literature in English Language Nursing
Journals”
2008
Cheryl Broadus Robinson
LSUHSC
“A Multilevel Analysis of Competence at Adolescence of a
Group of Internationally Adopted children from the Former
U.S.S.R.”
2004
Linda Manfrin-Ledet
LSUHSC
“Relationship of Intimate Partner Violence, Human
Immunodeficiency Virus Risk Behaviors, and Powerlessness
In African American Women of Childbearing Age”
2004
Susan Karen Steele
LSUHSC
“The Relationship of Attitude, Subjective Norm, Perceived
Behavioral Control, and Perceived Threat on the
Mammography Behavior of Women in Three Rural
Southeast Louisiana Parishes”
2003
Betty Jane Sylvest
LSUHSC
“Relationship of Family Cohesion, Family Flexibility, Family
Type, and Duration of Caregiving as Perceived by the Family
Caregiver of Elderly Stroke Patients”
2003
Judith Lavon Young Bradford
LSUHSC
“Adolescent Health Status and Relationship to Health
Services”
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Deborah White Wilson
LSUHSC
“From their own voice: The Lived Experience of African
American Registered Nurses”
Dissertation Committee Member:
Year
Name
Title
2013
Mary Elkins
Tulane School of Tropical
Medicine
“Effect of the American Nurses Credentialing Center
Magnet Credential on Hospital Adherence Rates to a
National Quality Healthcare Measure”
2011
Mary C. Maher-Griffiths
LSUHSC
“A Research Case Study: the Neonatal Nurses Role
In the Interception of Medication Errors”
2009
Dana Clawson Roe
LSUHSC
“The Relationship Between Pre- Licensure
Baccalaureate Nursing Student’s Stress and Their
Perceptions of Clinical Nurse Educator Caring”
2007
Debra Kincade Walker
LSUHSC
“How Competency is Operationalized for
Registered Nurses in the Adult Medical Surgical
Acute Care Setting”
2007
Meliss Vessier-Batchen
LSUHSC
“Life After Death: A Comparison of Coping and
Symptoms of Complicated Grief in Survivors of
Homicide and Suicide Decedents”
2006
Sharon Young Buras
LSUHSC
“Comparison of Conflict Styles of Adults with
Self Reported Major Depression or Alcohol
Dependence Symptoms”
2003
Ethel Delores Smith
LSUHSC
“PTSD Symptoms of Substance Abusers Who
Have Been Sexually Abused and Substance Abusers
Descriptive, and Comparative Study”
RESEARCH/GRANTS:
Research Projects Non-Funded:
2007-2009
Emergent Crisis Leadership-Principal Investigator. Capella University
2007- 2010
Public Health Nursing Research Agenda – Association of Community Health Nurse
Educators. Co-Investigator. Updating 2001 ACHNE national public health nursing research
priorities.
2004
Public Health Nursing Research Priorities. Principle Investigator. Established research
priorities for American Public Health Association Public Health Nursing Section.
2001
Public Health Nursing Research Agenda – Association of Community Health Nurse
Educators. Co-Investigator. Reviewed extant literature to determine areas for public health
nursing research funding and research priorities.
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1997
Predictors of Success in the BSN Program. Principal Investigator. Identified basic
science courses and GPA that predicted success on NCLEX-RN.
1996
Risk Behaviors of Women Who Have Sex with Women in New Orleans. Principal
Investigator. Identified demographic, behavioral, social and sexual risk behaviors of African
American women in New Orleans.
1995
Reasons RN Return to School. Co-Investigator – proposal development, data collection and data
analysis. Examined primary reasons Diploma and Associate degree nurses pursued a BSN.
1994 - 1995
Doctoral Dissertation: Relationship of Cognitive Health Behavior Model and Emotional State
to Anal and Oral Practices of Homosexual Males. Principal/Student Investigator. Self-efficacy
identified as a significant determinant of safer sex practices in men.
1993
Three Year Retrospective Study of Universal Precautions Compliance. Principal Investigator
with Co-investigator Dr. Ronald L. Nicholls. Supported by Tulane University Medical Center.
Identified significant non-compliance issues with Universal Precautions.
1989
Masters Thesis: Sexual Behavior Changes of Homosexual Males in Response to AIDS.
Principal/Student Investigator. Identified recidivism as a major issue in the gay male community.
Identified some areas of sexual behavior changes in response to AIDS.
Research Projects/Grants – Funded:
Date
Title/Topic/Funding Source/Amount
2005
Region VI Title X Family Planning – Office of Population Affairs – Awarded $460,000. Co-Investigator.
Conducted Family Planning training in Region VI (Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, and New
Mexico). Provided 20 consultations throughout Region VI on the integration of men’s health services into
public health family planning clinics. Educated over 250 participants in male family planning services with
continuing education credit. Developed DVD/CD-ROM on male genital examination adopted nationally to
train physicians and advanced practice nurses.
2002
New Orleans UJIMA Project (HIV Prevention Case Management in African American Male
Intravenous Drug Users) – SAMHSA Grant – Awarded $2,500,000 (for 5 years). Co-Investigator and
Project Evaluator. Provided HIV prevention education, case management services, substance abuse
counseling, and HIV testing to over 100 incarcerated men on release and over 500 men in general
population. 18% of the men tested were HIV infected and provided immediate HIV medical treatment. 60%
of men have maintained behavior changes to include sobriety, decreased criminal activity, and chemical
dependency.
2002
SLAC Capacity Building Assistance Program (Capacity Building for Minority Community Based
Organizations) – Office of Minority Health – Awarded $1,200,000 (for 3 years). Principal Investigator for
2 years and Co-Investigator in year 3. Project Evaluator for entire project. Twelve minority community
based organizations were provided seed funding for HIV prevention projects, capacity building training, and
fiscal training, grant development, organizational assessments, and board leadership development. Through
this initiative 22 “new” public health programs were developed of which 5 faith based HIV prevention
initiatives in New Orleans. The 12 organizations generated a total of $2.1 million in extramural funding
resulting from this capacity building program.
2001
Advanced Nurse Anesthesia Program – HRSA Grant – Awarded $919,000. Co-Investigator/Director and
Project Evaluator. Funded development of nurse anesthesia program with an annual admission of 50
students.
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1999
Making a Difference - Orleans Parish African American Male HIV/AIDS Prevention Initiative
(99092) - Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to Brotherhood, Inc. –
$233,000. Principal-Investigator. Developed HIV prevention community outreach program. Program
enrolled over 500 men during 3 year period, distributed over 800,000 condoms, 75,000 bleach kits, and
provided HIV testing for over 300 African American men with an HIV infection rate ranging from 3% to
22% depending on venue of population outreach. Provided early entry into HIV treatment resulting from
testing.
1999
The Men of Color AIDS Prevention Project - MOCAPP (99091) - Funded by the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention to Brotherhood, Inc. - $77,000. Co-Investigator and Project Evaluator.
Developed a train-the-trainer curriculum that has been adopted in Jackson and Biloxi, Mississippi, Texas,
and Oakland, California. Trained over 300 community members and leaders in HIV prevention and men’s
health.
1998
Educational Enhancement of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program through the
Utilization of New Media Technology - Funded by LEQSF - $58,000. Principal Investigator. Developed a
nursing multi-media laboratory.
Grants Approved but Not-Funded:
2000
Advanced Public Health Distance Education – HRSA Grant Submitted – Not funded. Principal
Investigator.
2000
Doctoral Distance Education Grant – Louisiana Board of Regents – Not funded. Co
Investigator– grant writing and implementation.
1998
Community-based Nursing Faculty Development and Internship Program: A Collaborative
Model Between Service and Nursing Education - Helene Fuld Health Trust - Letter of Intent
accepted - Proposal not funded. Co-Investigator – grant writing.
PUBLICATIONS:
CD-ROM/DVD
Porche, D. (2006). Male reproductive health: Interview, exam and treatment of common genital disorders. MPRES,
Inc and Plum Moving Media.
Books
Porche, D. (2011). Health Policy: Application for Nurses and Other Health Care Professionals. Sudbury, MA:
Jones and Bartlett Learning Publications.
Porche, D. (2004). Community and Public Health Nursing Practice: A population-based approach. Thousand
Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Brotherhood, Inc. Research Team. (2001). A Charge to Keep I have: An African American HIV Prevention
Train the Trainer Curriculum. New Orleans, LA: Brotherhood, Inc.
Peer-Reviewed Journals
Porche, D. and Tartavoulle, T., (2013) featured article “Advances in Testosterone Replacement Therapy” New
delivery and dosing choices; on-line at Advance Healthcare Network for NPs&PAs
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Porche.D. and Tartavoulle, T. (2012) “Low Testosterone”, The Journal for Nurse Practitioners. 8 (10): 778-788
Contributing Interview for “Staying Safe: Addressing Violence in the Healthcare Workplace”, Healthcare Journal of
Baton Rouge: Sept/Oct. 2012, 13-22
Porche, D. (2011) Prostate Cancer: Overview of Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment NPs&PAs: 2 (6): 18
Porche, D., and Jeanfreau, Scharalda. (2010) Testosterone Deficiency: Common in Midlife and Beyond. Advance
for Nurse Practitioners. 6 (18): 16
Porche.D., and Lee, Danny. (2010) Nurse Practitioners as Essential Providers of Men’s Health. The Journal for
Nurse Practitioners, 6 (5): 385-386
Porche,D., and Jeanfreau, S. (2010) The History and Physical Examination: Specific to Men. Advance for Nurse
Practitioners, 16 (3): 18
Porche.D, and Jeanfreau, S., and Lee, D. (2010) Determinants of Health. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 6
(3): 226-227
Porche, D, and Chaudry, Rosemary, Kub, Joan, McNaughton, Diane, Schlomann, Pam, Molle, Mary, Drury, Lin,
Rector, Cherie, Hays, Judy, Ervin, Naomi, Polivka, Barbara, Bergren, Martha, Hasan, Khaleelah, Issel, Michele
(2010). Research Priorities for Public Health Nursing. Public Health Nursing, ACHNE POSITION PAPER,
Association of Community Health Nursing Educators Research Committee Member 27 (1): 94-100
Porche.D and Danna D. (2009). The NP Entrpreneur:, Employment Contract. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners
5 (10): 781-782
Porche.D and Danna D. (2009). Nurse Practitioner as Health Policy Entrepreneur. The Journal for Nurse
Practitioners, 5 (8): 614-615
Porche, D and Danna D. (2009) Nurse Entrepreneur as a Global Executive. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 5
(6): 454-455
Porche. D and Danna D. (2009). Marketing Research. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners. 5 (4): 294, 295
Porche, D and Danna D. (2009). Establishing a Board of Directors. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners. 5 (2): 89,
90
Porche, D and Danna D. (2008). Entrepreneurial Strategy. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners. 4 (8): 573-574, 575
Porche, D and Danna D. (2008). The Nurse Entrepreneur: Marketing Your Practice and Business. The Journal for
Nurse Practitioners, 4 (7): 510-511
Porche, D and Danna D. (2008). The NP Entrepreneur: States of Business Start-Up. The Journal for Nurse
Practitioners, 4 (6): 422-423
Porche, D and Danna D. (2008). The NP Entrepreneur: Business Plan: An Entrepreneurial Proposal. The Journal for
Nurse Practitioners 4 (3): 173-174
Porche, D. (2007). Genital Human Papillomavirus Infection in Men. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 3(10):
684-685
Porche, D. (2007). Male Contraception. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 3(9): 595-597
Porche, D. (2007). Male Urinary Incontinence. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 3(8): 507-508
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Porche, D. (2007). Klinefelter Syndrome. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 3(7): 443-444
Porche, D. (2007). Balanitis. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 3(5): 330-331
Porche, D. (2007). Adult Male Circumcision. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 3(4): 226-227
Porche, D. (2007). Penile Cancer. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 3(3): 150-151
Porche, D. (2007). Cardiovascular Risk in Men. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 3(2):82-83
Porche, D. (2007). Male body depilation. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 3(1):14-15.
Porche, D. (2006). Prostatitis. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 2(10): 662-663.
Porche, D. (2006). Anal pap in men: A screening tool. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 2(9): 580-581.
Porche, D. (2006). Paraphimosis: An emergency condition. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 2(8):506-507.
Porche, D. (2006). Peyronie's disease. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 2(7): 432-433.
Porche, D. (2006). Varicoceles and hydroceles: Assessment, diagnosis, and management. The Journal for Nurse
Practitioners, 2(6): 366-367.
Porche, D. (2006). Male infertility: Diagnosis and treatment. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 2(5):298-299.
Porche, D. (2006). Male infertility: Etiology, history, and physical assessment. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners,
2(4):226-227.
Willis, D. & Porche, D. (2006). Envisioning and advancing marginalized men's health disparities scholarship: The
marginality-cultural competence integrative framework (M-CCIF). Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 27:425-442.
Porche, D. (2006). Depression in HIV-infected men. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 27:391-401.
Porche, D. (2006). Tinea pedis: A common male foot problem. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 2(3):152-153.
Porche, D. (2006). Tinea cruris: A bothersome male condition. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 2(2):84-85.
Porche, D. (2006). Overactive bladder disorder in men. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 2(1):12-13.
Porche, D. (2005). Male sexual assault: History, description, epidemiology, and clinical presentation. The Journal
for Nurse Practitioners, 1(4):196-197.
Steele, S. & Porche, D. (2005). Questionnaire development to predict mammography intention among women in
southeastern Louisiana. Journal of Nursing Measurement, 13(1):23-37.
Porche, D. (2005). Depression in men. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 1(3):138-139.
Steele, S. & Porche, D. (2005). Testing the theory of planned behavior to predict mammography intention. Nursing
Research, 54(5):332-338.
Porche, D. (2005). Prostate Cancer: Screening and early detection. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 1(2):70-71.
Porche, D. & Willis, D. (2004). Nursing and men’s health movement: Considerations for the 21 st century. Nursing
Clinics of North America, 39(2):251-258.
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Willis, D. & Porche, D. (2004). Male battering of intimate partners: Theoretical underpinnings, intervention
approaches, and implications. Nursing Clinics of North America, 39(2):271-282.
Manfrin-Ledet, L. & Porche, D. (2003). The state of science: Violence and HIV infection in women. Journal of the
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 14(6):56-68.
Steele, S., Rocchiccioli, J., & Porche, D. (2003). Analyzing and promoting issues in health policy: Nurse manager’s
perspective. Nursing Economic$, 21(2):80-83.
Porche, D. & Swayzer, R. (2003). HIV Prevention: A review of interventions. Journal of the Association of Nurses
in AIDS Care, 14(1):79-81.
Burrage, J. & Porche, D. (2003). AIDS service organization partnerships: A method to access outcomes of
community service organizations for vulnerable populations. Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 9(1):7-12.
Porche, D. (2002). Biological and Chemical Bioterrorism Agents. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS
Care, 13(5):57-64.
Porche, D. (2002). Treatment Review: Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate (Viread). Journal of the Association of
Nurses in AIDS Care, 13(3):100-102.
Porche, D. (2001). Treatment Review: Lopinavir/Ritonavir. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care,
12(2):101-104.
Porche, D. (2000). Treatment Review: Abacavir sulfate. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care,
11(6):72-75.
Porche, D. (2000). Treatment Review: Efavirenz. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 11(3):95-98.
Glanville, C. & Porche, D. (2000). Graduate nursing faculty: Ensuring cultural and racial diversity through faculty
development. Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 6(1): 6-13.
Porche, D. (2000). Nevirapine Prevents Vertical HIV-1 transmission. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS
Care, 11(1):82-85.
Porche, D. (1999). Pulmonary tuberculosis: Screening, Diagnosis and Management. Home Health Care Consultant,
6(8):40-44.
Porche, D. (1999). Media review: Community HIV health promotion. Journal of the Association of Nurses in
AIDS Care, 10(4):98-99.
Porche, D. (1999). State of the art: Antiretroviral and prophylactic treatments in HIV/AIDS. Nursing Clinics of
North America, 34(1):95-112.
Porche, D. & Franklin, C. (1999). Management of occupational exposures to HIV: Updated guidelines for
postexposure prophylaxis. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 10(1):66-71.
Porche, D. & Willard, S. (1998). Bridging the gap: 12th World AIDS Conference Update. Journal of the
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 9(6):82-85.
Glanville, C. & Porche, D. (1998). Community level health promotion to improve the health status of African
Americans. The Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 4(2):6-10.
Porche, D. (1998). Condom effectiveness. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 9(3):91-94.
Porche, D. (1998). Elder abuse in the home. Home Health Care Consultant, 5(2): 7-13.
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Little, L. & Porche, D. (1998). Treatment review: Manual lymph drainage (MLD). Journal of the Association of
Nurses in AIDS Care, 9(1):78-81.
Benedict, S. & Porche, D. (1998). Ethical dilemmas in HIV/AIDS Care: Should a nurse participate in a patient’s
suicide? Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 9(1): 82-83.
Porche, D. (1997). Treatment review: Ritonavir (Norvir™). Journal of the Association of
Nurses in AIDS Care, 8(6): 81-83.
Brennan, C. & Porche, D. (1997). HIV immunopathogenesis. Journal of the Association of
Nurses in AIDS Care, 8(4): 7-22.
Benedict, S. & Porche, D. (1997). Ethical Dilemmas in HIV/AIDS Care: Should complex medication regimens be
prescribed to people with a low probability of compliance? Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care,
8(3):90-91.
Porche, D. (1997). Post exposure prophylaxis after an occupational exposure to HIV. Journal of the Association of
Nurses in AIDS Care, 8(1):83-87.
Porche, D. (1997). Mycobacterium avium complex prophylaxis. Home Health Care Consultant, 4(1):33-38.
Porche, D. (1996). One world. One hope. XI International Conference on AIDS. Journal of the Association of
Nurses in AIDS Care, 7(5):94-100.
Porche, D. (1996). Treatment review: Saquinivir. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 7(4):61-64.
Porche, D. (1996). Treatment review: Lamivudine. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 7 (3): 5153.
Porche, D. (1996). Treatment review: Liposomal doxorubicin (Doxil®). Journal of the Association of Nurses in
AIDS Care, 7(2): 55-59.
Porche, D. (1996). Treatment review: Cytovene-IV, Cytovene-Capsules. Journal of the Association of Nurses in
AIDS Care, 7(1):50-55.
Porche, D. (1995). Treatment review: Zerit™ (Stavudine). Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care,
6(5), 50-52.
Porche, D. (1995). Treatment review: Testosterone (Testoderm®). Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS
Care, 6(4), 43-45.
Porche, D. (1994). Treatment review: Megestrol acetate oral suspension. Journal of the Association of Nurses in
AIDS Care, 5(4), 35-36, 44.
Porche, D, Bertrand, M., & Beare, P. (1992). HIV counseling and testing: A primer for health care professionals.
AIDS Patient Care, 6 (3), 130 - 133.
Editorials
Porche, D. (2013) Legalization of Medical Marijuana [Editorial], The American Journal of Men’s Health 7 (6): 449
Porche, D. (2013) Technological Advances and Information Science: Impact on Men’s Health [Editorial], The
American Journal of Men’s Health 7 (5): 361
Porche, D. (2013) Using Research to Inform Policy [Editorial], The American Journal of Men’s Health 7 (4): 273
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Porche,D. (2013) Chief Executive Officer: The Need to be Healthy [Editorial], The American Journal of Men’s
Health 7 (3): 185
Porche, D. (2013) Beyond Gender: Cultural Sensitivity-International Lessons Learned [Editorial], The American
Journal of Men’s Health 7 (2): 93
Porche D. (2013) A Dialogue on Men’s Health [Editorial], The American Journal of Men’s Health 7 (1): 5
Porche D. (2012) Men: The Missing Client in Family Planning [Editorial], The American Journal of Men’s Health
6 (6): 441
Porche.D. (2012) Men’s Health: Intricately Linked I a Symbiotic Relationship Manner [Editorial], The American
Journal of Men’s Health 6 (4): 265
Porche,D. (2012) Advertisements: An Untapped Medium to communicate Men’s Health Information [Editorial],
The American Journal of Men’s Health 6 (3): 177
Porche, D. (2011) Linking Scholarly Publications to Popular Press: An Avenue for Dissemination [Editorial], The
American Journal of Men’s Health 5 (1): 5
Porche, D. (2010) Scholarly Discourse [Editorial]. The American Journal of Men’s Health 4 (3): 6
Porche, D. (2010), Health Care Leaders’ Challenges in the Time of Health Care Reform [Editorial]. The American
Journal of Men’s Health 4 (2): 97
Porche D. (2010). Healthy Men 2020 [Editorial]. The American Journal of Men’s Health 4 (1): 5,6
Porche D. (2009). Epidemiology as the Foundation for Population and Men’s Health [Editorial]. The American
Journal of Men’s Health 3 (4): 285
Porche D. (2009). The Health Care Reform Agenda [Editorial]. The American Journal of Men’s Health 3 (3): 188
Porche D. (2009). Men’s Health: Building the Science [Editorial]. The American Journal of Men’s Health 3 (2): 92
Porche D. (2009). Men’s Health: Integration into the National Health Care Policy Agenda [Editorial]. The
American Journal of Men’s Health 3 (1): 5
Porche D. (2008). Men are Victims of Sexual Violence [Editorial]. The American Journal of Men’s Health 2 (3):
217
Porche D. (2008). Prostate Health: Definitely a Men’s Health Issue [Editorial]. The American Journal of Men’s
Health 2 (2):105
Porche D. (2008). Advancing the American Journal of Men’s Health: From Science to Practice and Policy
[Editorial]. The American Journal of Men’s Health 2 (1): 5
Porche D. (2007). Poverty and Men’s Health [Editorial]. The American Journal of Men’s Health 1 (4): 241
Porche D. (2007). National Men’s Health Week: An opportunity for advocacy and healthcare [Editorial]. The
American Journal of Men’s Health, 1(3): 165-166
Porche D. (2007). It is time to advocate for men’s health as a specialization [Editorial]. The American Journal of
Men’s Health, (Editorial) 1(2): 101-102
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Porche, D. (2007). A Call for the American Journal of Men’s Health [Editorial]. American Journal of Men’s Health,
1(1):5.
Porche, D. (2006). The impact of HIV/AIDS on men’s health: An action imperative [Editorial]. Journal of the
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 17(6):1-2.
Devereux, J. & Porche, D. (2004). Low health literacy: A unique challenge for HIV/AIDS nursing [Editorial].
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 15(6):15-16.
Porche, D. (2004). Taking time to care and develop relationships [Editorial]. Journal of the Association of Nurses in
AIDS Care, 15(2):11.
Porche, D. (2003). Another challenge: HCV infection [Editorial]. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS
Care, 14(5):5.
Byerly, A., Porche, D., & Eddins, E. (2003). “Hey, throw me somethin’ mister” [Editorial]. Journal of Multicultural
Nursing & Health, 9(1):5-6.
Willis, D. & Porche, D. (2003). Men are also victims of intimate partner violence [Editorial]. Journal of the
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 14(2):13-14.
Porche, D. (2001). Focusing on the Core Functions of HIV/AIDS Care [Editorial]. Journal of the Association of
Nurses in AIDS Care, 12(5):13-14.
Porche, D. (2000). Heterosexual prevention: The key to averting HIV orphan hood. [Editorial]. Journal of the
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 11(3): 11-12.
Porche, D. (1997). Will a presidential public apology be needed for HIV/AIDS care in the future? [Editorial].
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 8(6): 27-28.
Porche, D. & Snowden, J. (1996). JANAC: A conduit for collaboration [Editorial]. Journal of the Association of
Nurses in AIDS Care, 7 (3):15-16.
Textbook Chapters
Porche, D. (2009) Epidemiology of Health and Illness. Community Health Nursing – Second Edition. (pp. 100118).
Porche, D. (2007). Men's health: A leadership role for men in nursing. In C. O'Lynn and R. Tranbarger, Men in
nursing: History, challenges, and opportunities (pp. 271-279). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
Porche, D. (2003). AIDS Indicator diseases, Bacterial infections: Mycobacterium avium intracellular (MAC). In C.
Kirton, ANAC’s core curriculum for HIV/AIDS Nursing (pp. 76-77). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Porche, D. (2003). AIDS Indicator diseases, Viral infections: Cytomegalovirus (CMV). In C. Kirton, ANAC’s core
curriculum for HIV/AIDS Nursing (pp. 89-90). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Porche, D. (2003). Infectious diseases. In A. Running & A. Berndt, Management guidelines for nurse practitioners
working in family practice (pp. 653-692). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.
Porche, D. (2001). End of life experience and care for the AIDS patient. In B. Poor & G. Porrier, End of life nursing
care. Boston: Jones & Bartlett Publishers.
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Porche, D. (2000). HIV/AIDS case management. In J. Durham & F. Lashley (Eds), The person with HIV/AIDS:
Nursing perspective (3rd ed.), (pp. 387-400). New York: Springer Publishing Company
Lewis-Trabeaux, S. & Porche, D. (2000). Women’s health. In M. Stanhope & J. Lancaster (Eds), Community
health nursing (4th ed.), (pp. 555-579) St. Louis: Mosby.
Porche, D. & Glanville, C. (1999). Ethical Principles. Family Life Educators Resource Manual.
Porche, D. & Glanville, C. (1999). Values clarification. Family Life Educators Resource Manual.
Porche, D. (1999). HIV disease in older adults. In M. Stanley and P. Beare (Eds), Gerontological nursing: A health
promotion/protection approach (2nd ed.), (pp. 235-241). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.
Beare, P. & Porche, D. (1999). Nutrition and combined nutrition-pharmacology review test. In P. Beare (Ed.),
Davis’s NCLEX-PN Review (2nd Ed), (pp. 383-404). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.
Porche, D. (1998). Sexuality and Reproductive Health. In P. Beare and J. Myers (Eds),
Adult Health Nursing (3rd ed.), (pp. 1632-1653). St. Louis: Mosby.
Bowman, C. & Porche, D. (1998). Nursing management of adults with immune disorders. In P. Beare and J.
Myers (Eds), Adult Health Nursing (3rd ed.), (pp. 730-766). St. Louis: Mosby.
Porche, D. (1998). Nursing management of adults with sexually transmitted diseases. In P. Beare and J. Myers
(Eds), Adult Health Nursing (3rd ed.), (pp. 1726-1744). St. Louis: Mosby.
Porche, D. (1998). Safety, infection control, and hygiene. In S. DeLaune and P. Ladner (Ed.),
Fundamentals of Nursing: Standards & Practice (pp. 693-778). Albany: Delmar.
Robinson, E. & Porche, D. (1996). Mock NCLEX-RN board review test questions: Nichols State University. In
P.G. Beare (Ed.) Davis NCLEX-RN Review (pp. 538-550). Philadelphia: FA Davis.
Porche, D. (1996). Staff development principles. In A. S. Luggen (Ed.) Core Curriculum for
Gerontological Nursing (pp. 133-142). St. Louis: Mosby.
Porche, D. (1994). Nursing management of adults with immune disorders. In P. G. Beare
and J. Myers (Eds.), Principles and Practice of Adult Health Nursing (2nd ed.), (pp. 1023 - 1051). St. Louis:
Mosby.
Porche, D. (1994). Nursing management of adults with sexually transmitted diseases. In
P. G. Beare and J. Myers (Eds.), Principles and Practices of Adult Health Nursing (2nd ed.), (pp. 2057 - 2076). St.
Louis: Mosby.
Porche, D. (1994). Nutrition and pharmacology: Integrated test. In P. G. Beare (Ed.), Davis's NCLEX-PN Review
(pp. 265-278). Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.
Porche, D. (1991). Universal precautions. In R. Nicholls, N. Hyslop, & J. Barlett (Eds.), Decision Making in
Surgical Sepsis (pp. 186 - 187). Philadelphia: B. C. Decker, Inc.
Abstracts – National and International Conferences
Porche, D., & Swayzer, R. (2002). A qualitative assessment to identify HIV risk behaviors and barriers to
prevention in African American Men Who Have Sex with Men. XIV International AIDS Conference, Barcelona,
Spain. Abstract No. WePEC6163.
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Swayzer, R. & Porche, D. (2002). Utilization of a multilevel HIV prevention intervention among African American
Men Who Have Sex with Men. XIV International AIDS Conference, Barcelona, Spain. Abstract No. TuPeF5424.
Porche, D. (2001). African American Men Who Have Sex With Men: State of Knowledge. National HIV
Prevention Conference (July 2001). Abstract No. 82. Atlanta, GA.
Martin, A. & Porche, D. (1998). Risk behaviors of women who have sex with women. XII
World AIDS Conference - Geneva, Switzerland (June 28 - July 5). Abstract No. 23428.
Porche, D. (1996). Relationship of cognitive health behavior model to the practice of anal and
oral intercourse in homosexual males. XI International Conference on AIDS - Vancouver (July 7 - 12). Abstract
No. 4041.
Porche, D. (1996). Relationship of emotional state to the practice of anal and oral intercourse in homosexual males.
American Public Health Association Conference - New York (November 17-21). Abstract Session No. 1041.
Porche, D. (1991). Monitoring compliance of universal precautions. The Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
Fourth Annual Conference-New Orleans (November 7-9). Abstract No. 031.
Newsletters
Porche D. (2010) Message from the President, Interaction 28 (1): 2
Porche D. (2009) Message from the President, InterAction 27 (4): 2
Porche D. (2009) Message from the President, InterAction 27 (3): 2
Porche D. (2009) Message from the President, InterAction 27 (2): 2.
Porche D. (2009) Message from the President, InterAction 27 (1): 2
Porche, D. and O’Connor, M. (2008) Nursing Leadership Education: The Importance of Planning for Your Future,
Voice of Nursing Leadership, A.O.N.E. Publication. September 2008. 8, 9, 22.
Porche, D. (2008) Message from the President, InterAction 26 (4): 2.
Porche, D. (2008) Message from the President, InterAction 26 (3): 1, 2.
Porche, D. (2008) Message from the President, InterAction 26 (2): 1.
Porche, D. (2008) Message from the President, InterAction 26 (1): 1.
Porche, D. (2007) Message from the President, InterAction 25 (4): 2
Porche, D. (2007). Message from the President., InterAction, 25 (3): 1.
Porche, D. (2007) Message from the President, InterAction 25 (2) 1
Porche, D. (2007). Message from the President., InterAction 25(1): 1.
Porche, D. (2004). Men's health defined. InterAction, 22(4):2.
Porche, D. (2001). Mentoring: The patron system. Horizons, 24(2):1, 3.
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Porche, D. (2001). Developing the mentor-protégé relationship. Horizons, 24(1): 4.
Porche, D. (1998). Advising our future nursing leaders. Horizons, 21(2):1-2.
Porche, D. (1995). Abstract: Relationship of Cognitive Health Behavior Model and Emotional State to Anal and
Oral Sexual Practices of Homosexual Males in New Orleans. Carpe Diem Newsletter, 3(1), 3.
Porche, D. (1993). HIV therapy guidelines by NIAID. Carpe Diem, 1(1), 2.
Porche, D. (1990). Thesis abstract: Sexual behavior changes of homosexual males in response to AIDS. Sigma
Theta Tau Epsilon Nu Chapter - Newsletter, 8(2), 4.
Porche, D. (1990, July). Nursing committee notes: Sexual behavior changes of homosexual males in response to
AIDS. Faculty Notes Newsletter, 3.
EDITORAL BOARDS:
2013- Present
European Journal of Health
2009- Present
Journal of Nursing
2007 - Present
The Open Nursing Journal
2007 – Present
American Journal of Men’s Health
2005 – Present
Journal of Nurse Practitioners
1995 - 2007
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
1999 – 2003
Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health Care
EDITORSHIP:
2009
Editorial Board
Journal of Nursing
This is a start up journal that will be added to the 150 journals in a variety of disciplines.
Many of the journals they publish have the support of one or more scholarly associations,
which actively work to build partnerships between the journals and the community of
researchers.
2009
Invited Guest Editor
Open Nursing Journal Supplement
Supplement issue of Open Nursing Journal presents a current state of nursing education.
2006
Invited Guest Editor
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
HIV/AIDS and Men's Health. Requested to integrate the state of science in HIV/AIDS
and men’s health.
2006 to Present
Founder and Editor-in-Chief
American Journal of Men’s Health
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An interdisciplinary journal focusing on health, behavioral and social disciplines,
including but not limited to medicine, nursing, allied health, public health, health
psychology/behavioral medicine, and medical sociology and anthropology.
2004
Invited Guest Editor
Nursing Clinics of North American
Men’s Health. Requested to provide current state of men’s health for primary care
clinicians focusing on primary men’s health issues.
2003
Invited Guest Editor
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
HIV/HCV Co-infection. Integrate current knowledge of the dual diagnosis of HIV and
HCV infection.
2003
Invited Guest Editor
Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health Care
Vulnerable Populations in New Orleans. Present articles on current health disparities of
New Orleans populations and current intervention programs.
2003
Associate Editor
Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health Care
May-June 1998
Invited Guest Editor
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
HIV Prevention Focus. Develop an issue of the journal focusing on best HIV prevention
practices.
November 19972007
Associate Editor
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
September 1996November 1997
Assistant Editor
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
July-August 1996
Guest Editor
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
May-June 1996
Guest Editor
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
PUBLICATION PROGRAMS DEVELOPED:
2001 to 2007
National Distinguished Writers Mentoring Program for the Journal of the Association
of Nurses in AIDS Care. Developed, founded, and implements a national program that
provides novice writers and clinicians with a mentor to assist with scholarly publishing.
POSITION PAPERS
Position paper issued by Men’s Health Braintrust, Dialogue on Men’s Health Workgroup titled “A Framework for
Advancing the Overall Health and Wellness of America’s Boys and Men” – Primary Author; Giorgianni, Jr.,
Salvatore, J.: Collaborating Authors – Berger, Dr. Thomas J Bonhomme, Dr. Jean, Bothwell, Dr. Eric D.,
Brott,.Armin, Butler, Dr. Paris, Casey, Olivia, Evans, Dr. V. Jeffrey, Fadich, Ana, MPH, Johnson, David, MPH,
Petty, Stephen, MA, Porche, Dr. Demetrius J., Silverman, William, Warner, Dr. Lee, Williams, Dr. Richard A.,
Williams, Scott, MPA
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PEER REVIEW:
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Journal of Nursing Administration
2007- Present
Public Health Reports
2006 – Present
American Journal of Men’s Health
2005 – Present
Journal of Nurse Practitioners
2005 – 2009
America Public Health Association Conference Abstracts
2004 - Present
Applied Nursing Research
2003 - 2007
Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health
2002 – 2005
American Journal of Nursing
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International Nursing Review
1995 – 2007
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
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conference
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10/12/12
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“The Future of Nursing” program in New Orleans
East Jefferson Hospital, New Orleans, LA
8/6/12
“Infertility Update for Family Planning
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New Orleans Marriott, New Orleans, LA
4/14/12
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4/14/12
“Future of Nursing Initiative” Presented to the
New Orleans Black Nurses Association
Dillard University Professional Schools, New
Orleans, LA
9/16/11
Transforming Advanced Practice Nursing
Education: Regulation and Practice
Key Note Speaker - LANP Annual Primary
Conference, Astor Crowne Plaza, New Orleans, LA
6/21/11
“Nursing Leadership in the Transformation of
Healthcare and Emerging Roles of Nurse
Informatics Leaders”
USPHS Scientific and Training Symposium 2011,
Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, LA
10/4/10
“Sailing into Publication” Major presentor for
LSNA educational presentation on developing a
scholarly manuscript.
Carnival Cruise Ship annual educational cruise
4/16/10
“Nursing Scholarship in the Next Decade”
Research Day presentation “Emergent Leadership
During a Natural Disaster”
East Jefferson Hospital, New Orleans, LA.
3/26/10
Writers Workshop: “What an Editor Looks
for in a Quality Manuscript”
Presentor at Our Lady of the Lake School of
Nursing, Baton Rouge, LA.
10/14/09
“Men in Nursing”
ONSA conference in Stillwater, Ok.
8/31/09
“Is This Normal? Addressing Common
Male Reproductive Health Concerns”
A webinar generated from Deans office
For Region 7 title X Family Planning Training
Center, Development Systems, Inc. & Nebraska
Reproductive Health
05/09
“Is This Normal? Addressing Common
Male Reproductive Health Concerns”
A webinar generated from Deans office
For Region I title X Family Planning Training
Center, JSI Research and Training Institute,
Boston, MA.
05/09
Male Reproductive Health
FPTMC Annual Conference in New Orleans
04/09
Peri-Operative Patient Safety Issues
CRNA Conference “Nursing on the High
Seas; A Peri-Anesthesia Update”
09/08
The Male Physical Assessment
2008 Michigan Family Planning Conference
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06/08
Male Training History and Exam
Title X - Family Planning Male Training in South
Bend, Indiana
05/08
Men’s Health
“Men…Making a Difference in Nursing” Cincinnati
Children’s Hospital conference, Cincinnati, Ohio
05/08
Healthy Male Sexuality
Title X – 5 day conference for Family Planning
Male Training Center in San Diego, California
12/2007
Louisiana Men’s Health Symposium
Opening Speaker for two day symposium on
Men’s Health
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
11/2006
Male Sexual Assault
National Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Training
New Orleans, Louisiana
8/2006
Male Sexual Assault Examination
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Training
Lafayette, Louisiana
Jackson, Mississippi
6/29/06
Male Reproductive Health: Interview, Exam, and
Treatment of Common Genital Disorders
National Web Cast via Internet
6/2006
Male Sexual Assault on College Campuses
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
1/28/05
Immune System Basics
Southern Capacity Building Conference
New Orleans, LA
1/25/05
Journal Clubs: Bridging the Chasm Between
Research and Practice
East Jefferson General Hospital Medical Center
Metairie, LA
11/29/04
Evidence Based Practice Models: Forces for
Magnetism
Memorial Medical Center/Tenet Health Care
Systems
New Orleans, LA
11/8/04
HIV/AIDS Prevention Training Curriculum for
African American Communities: Outcome
Evaluation
132 Annual American Public Health Association
Meeting
Washington, DC
11/2/04
Evidence Based Practice Models
Veterans Administration Medical Center
New Orleans, LA
9/28/04
Male Sexual Assault: Epidemiology,
Examination, and Management
Baton Rouge, LA
9/23/04
HIV Certification Test Taking Strategies and
Skills
Delta Region AIDS Education Training Center
New Orleans, LA
0/07/04
Evidence Based Nursing: Levels of Evidence
Veterans Administration Medical Center
New Orleans, LA
7/22/04
HIV Epidemiology and HIV Prevention
Delta Region AIDS Education Training Center
New Orleans, LA
7/20/04
Program Planning for Community Based
Shreveport, LA
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7/16/04
Organizations
Male Sexual Assault: Sexual Assault Nurse
Examiner Competency Training
Medical Center of Louisiana New Orleans
5/19/04
Moderator for Community Leaders Against
Syphilis and HIV
New Orleans, Louisiana
3/4/04
Male Sexual Assault: Epidemiology,
Examination, and Treatment
Medical Center of Louisiana New Orleans
9/11/03
Diffusion of Innovation and Trans-theoretical
Model
Guest Lecture – Tulane University School of Public
Health & Tropical Medicine
9/9/03
Theory of Planned Behavior and Reasoned
Action
Guest Lecture – Tulane University School of Public
Health & Tropical Medicine
6/2003
SISTA Project: An HIV Prevention Intervention
for African American Women
United States Conference on AIDS
New Orleans, LA
1/2003
Vulnerable African American Women at Risk for
HIV: SISTA Project Intervention
Dr. Lucille Davis – 3rd Annual Research Symposium
Southern University
School of Nursing
Baton Rouge, LA
12/19/02
Group Dynamics
African American Community Leader Training
Brotherhood, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
12/18/02
HIV Behavior Change Theory and Process
African American Community Leader Training
Brotherhood, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
12/17/02
Immune System, HIV Risk Behaviors, and HIV
Barriers in the African American Community
African American Community Leader Training
Brotherhood, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
7/26-28/02
Authorship and Publishing Workshop
Mississippi Nurses in AIDS Care
Gulfport, MS
6/2001
Co-Infection: HIV and HCV
Philadelphia Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
Philadelphia, PA
3/27/02
HIV Behavior Change Theories and Processes
African American Community Leader Training
Brotherhood, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
3/26/02
Immune System and HIV Risk Behaviors in the
African American Community
African American Community Leader Training
Brotherhood, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
11/8/01
HIV Infection: Immune System and Diagnostic
Test
African American Community Leader Training
Brotherhood, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
9/6/01
Boyer Model of Scholarship
LSUHSC – School of Nursing
New Orleans, LA
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9/4/01
Theory of Reasoned Action and Planned
Behavior
Guest Lecturer – Tulane University School of Public
Health & Tropical Medicine
New Orleans, LA
8/22/01
Behavior Change Theory & Process, Barriers to
HIV Prevention in African American Community
African American Community Leader Training
Brotherhood, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
8/18/01
HIV Infection: Immune System, Diagnostic
Testing, and HIV Risk Behaviors in African
American Community
African American Community Leader Training
Brotherhood, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
7/18/01
Group Dynamics
African American Community Leader Training
Brotherhood, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
7/17/01
Behavior Change Theory & Process, Barriers to
HIV Prevention in African American Community
African American Community Leader Training
Brotherhood, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
7/16/01
HIV Infection: Immune System, Diagnostic
Testing, and HIV Risk Behaviors in African
American Community
African American Community Leader Training
Brotherhood, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
6/21/2000
Quality Improvement Process and JACHO
St. Claude Medical Center
New Orleans, LA.
2/18/2000
The Public Health Nurses Role in Environmental
Health Satellite Video Conference
Louisiana Office of Public Health
New Orleans, LA.
2/9/2000
Nursing in the Next Millennium
New Orleans District Nurses Association, Metairie,
LA.
12/2-4/99
Impact of Masculinity on Men’s Health;
Issues Impacting Men’s Health in the Next
Millennium
American Association of Men in Nursing
Chicago, IL.
11/1114/99
Writing Mentoring Workshop Part 1 and 2
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
San Diego, CA
2/26/99
Mapping the Future of Associate Degree Nursing
Louisiana Organization of Associate Degree Nursing
Eunice, LA
12/1/98
HIV/AIDS in the Older Adult
Dillard University
New Orleans, LA
3/26-27/98
Keynote: 2001: Preparing for a New Millennium
Mississippi Organization of Associate Degree
Nursing
Biloxi, MS
11/6-9/97
The Writers Workshop
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
Miami Beach, FL
5/1/97
Update on Infectious Diseases and
Immunizations
Nicholls State University – Nursing CE
Thibodaux, LA
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4/22/97
Sigma Theta Tau Induction Keynote
Xi Zeta Chapter
Nicholls State University
Thibodaux, LA.
3/19/97
Advanced in the Management of HIV/AIDS
Populations
Contemporary Nursing Forums
New Orleans, LA.
11/10/96
Nursing Management of HIV in the Home
Home Care Association of Louisiana
Baton Rouge, LA.
6/13/96
HIV/AIDS: Pediatric and Perinatal Client
Our Lady of the Lake – CE
Baton Rouge, LA
4/2/96
Immune System Defects in the Acutely Ill
Nursing Knowledge, Inc.
New Orleans, LA.
2/8/96
HIV Disease: From Newborns to Adults in Acute
and Home Care Settings
Nicholls State University – Nursing CE
Thibodaux, LA.
10/5, 12,
19/95
Oncology/Chemotherapy
Nursing Knowledge, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
9/14, 21,
28/95
Oncology/Chemotherapy
Golden Educational Services
Baton Rouge, LA
7/24-25/95
Generalist Oncology Nursing – OCN
Certification Review
St. Frances Hospital
Tulsa, OK
5/25/95
Immune System Defects in the Acutely Ill
Nursing Knowledge, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
4/6, 13,
27/95
Oncology/Chemotherapy
Golden Educational Services
Baton Rouge, LA
3/9/95
Infectious Disease Update for Nurses
Nicholls State University – Nursing CE
Thibodaux, LA.
11/5/94
Germ Warfare: Protecting Yourself, Co-Workers
and Patients
Tulane University Medical Center
New Orleans, LA
10/6, 13,
20/94
Oncology/Chemotherapy
Nursing Knowledge, Inc
New Orleans, LA
3/17/94
Immune System Defects in the Acutely Ill
Nursing Knowledge, Inc.
New Orleans, LA
4/15-18/93
Blood-Borne Diseases: Protecting the Practitioner
Norfolk Southern Association of Physicians
New Orleans, LA
5/29/93
3/17/93
AIDS Update
Tulane Medical Center
New Orleans, LA
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2/26/93
Mental Health Patients with AIDS
Tulane Medical Center
New Orleans, LA
1/28/93
HIV in the 1990’s: Women and Children Issues
and Legal Implications for Nurses
Nicholls State University – Nursing CE
Thibodaux, LA.
8/1-2/91
Nursing Management of the Patient with HIV
Disease
Tulane Medical Center
New Orleans, LA
5/8/91
The Medical Aspects of HIV Fears
Louisiana Nursing Home Association
Baton Rouge, LA
5/29/90
AIDS 101
NO/AIDS Task Force
New Orleans, LA
5/19/90
Care of the HIV Infected Client
Nicholls State University – Nursing CE
Thibodaux, LA.
Poster Presentations:
Dates
Topic
Conference/Location
4/3/09
Odyssey Professional Growth and
Experiences Mentorship Program
Rho Zeta Conference in Baton Rouge
11/8/2004
Building Capacity Among Minority
Community-Based Agencies to Improve
HIV/AIDS Service Delivery
132 Annual American Public Health
Association Meeting
Washington, DC
2/2003
Academic-Community Based AIDS Service
Organization Partnership: Program Outcome
Evaluation of Services
Southern Nursing Research Society
Seventeenth Annual Conference
Florida
6/2001
African American Men Who have Sex with
Men
National HIV Prevention Conference
Atlanta, GA
6/28 – 7/3/98
Risk Behaviors of Women Who have Sex
With Women
12th World AIDS Conference Geneva
Geneva, Switzerland
11/17-21/96
Relationship of Emotional State to the
Practice of Anal and Oral Intercourse in
Homosexual Males
American Public Health Association
New York City, NY
7/7-12/96
Relationship of Cognitive Health Behavior
Model to the Practice of Anal and Oral
Intercourse in Homosexual Males
XI International Conference on AIDS
Vancouver, Canada
11/7-9/91
Monitoring Compliance of Universal
Precautions
The Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
New Orleans, LA
PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES:
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Louisiana State Board of Nursing – Extended appointment of presidency by the Governor
2012-present
Louisiana State Board of Nursing – Elected President of the Louisiana State Board of Nursing
2010-2013
2013-2016
Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia (COA) - Appointed as University
Representative, reappointed to a second term as University Rep.
2010-Present
WAPC (Women Against Prostate Cancer) Medical & Scientific Advisory Council –
appointed Council member
2009-2012
Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) – Serving on the Board of Directors as an
At-Large Member
2009-2013
New Orleans District Nurses Association – Serving on Board of Directors (Research &
Development Committee Chair)
2009-Present
Louisiana State Board of Nursing – Serving as a Board Member appointed by the Governor
2009 – 2012
Southern Nursing Research Society – Serving as Treasurer
2008-2010
American Association of Colleges of Nursing – Serving as a member of the Doctoral Education
Conference Subcommittee
2008 – 2012
National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists – Serve on their Education Committee
2008 – 2009
American Organization of Nurse Executives – Serve on the Publication Committee
2008 – 2010
New Orleans Faith Health Alliance – Member of the Board of Directors
2008 – 2010
PHN Public Health Nursing – Committee Chair for PHN Development Committee Fundraising
2007-2012
Malta Park – Member of Board of Directors
2007-Present
Great 100 Nurses Foundation – appointed to the Board of Directors 2007. Serves on board of
directors that hold an annual event to recognize outstanding nurses and their successes, and their
contributions to their profession.
2007 to 2008
Governors Louisiana Health Works Commission. Provide policy recommendations to
Governor’s Office regarding funding of health professional students on community and university
campuses.
2006
Nursing Workforce Supply and Demand Commission. Provide recommendations to
Governor’s Office and Louisiana Board of Regents regarding nursing education and practice
workforce issues.
2004 to 2005
Community Leaders against Syphilis and Hepatitis/Herpes (CLASH). Co-Founder of
community based group that collaborates with Louisiana Office of Public Health to plan
community prevention programs. Membership currently includes 25 community organizations and
business enterprises.
2004 to 2005
Daughters of Charity Service Planning & Evaluation Committee. Provides advisement to
Daughters of Charity on development of community based health programs.
2003 to 2005
Sexual Assault Response Team. Consults on policies and procedures related to male sexual
assault. Changed male sexual assault rape kit policy and chain of evidence procedures throughout
the state through advocacy, professional testimony, and presentation of male sexual assault data to
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District Attorney and Louisiana Attorney General. These policies have been adopted in
Mississippi, Texas, and under consideration in Arkansas.
2003 to 2005
New Orleans Police Department Rape Crisis Team. Provides advisement on policies,
procedures, and development of laws related to male sexual assault and assist in review of male
sexual assault cases. Developed and changed clinical practice guidelines on male sexual assault
examination that has been integrated into National SANE curriculum.
2002 to 2003
New Orleans Regional AIDS Planning Council. Provided advisement on community program
evaluation and funding allocation for HIV/AIDS services.
1999 to Present Men’s Health Network Advisory Board. Provides advisement and consultation on men’s health
issues as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and on national men’s health agenda. Principal
advisor and content expert reviewer for the Blueprint for Men’s Health: A Guide to a Healthy
Lifestyle.
2001 to Present International Nursing Review. Serves on Editorial Board.
1999 to 2001
Orleans Parish HIV Prevention Community Planning Group. Assisted with the development
of a Parish wide HIV prevention plan that guides the allocation of HIV prevention funds.
1998 to Present CCNE Site Evaluator. Leads CCNE School of Nursing accreditation site visits.
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
1998
Item Writer for NCLEX-RN exam.
Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools
1995 to 1998
Board of Directors Member
Visiting Nurses Association
1995 to 1998
NO/AIDS Task Force, HIV Test Counselor and Early Intervention Nurse
1995 to 1997
Board of Directors Member, a home for HIV/AIDS patients.
Kent House
1994 to 1997
Louisiana HIV Prevention Community Planning Committee. Provided guidance in the
Development of state-wide HIV prevention programs that determined allocation of HIV
prevention funds. Presented data on HIV infection rates that resulted in the allocation of $8.2
million in HIV prevention funds.
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS (Current Leadership Positions Bolded):
Dates
Organization
Position/Significant Contributions
2010
National Organization of Nurse Practitioner
Faculties (NONPF)
Member
2009- Present
American College Healthcare Executives
Member
2007 – Present
Rotary Club International
Member
2004 – Present
American Organization of Nurse Executives
Member
2003 – Present
Delta Omega, Eta Chapter
Honorary Society in Public Health
Member
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2002 – 2003
New Orleans Regional AIDS Planning Council –
Quality Control Committee
Committee Member
2001 – Present
National Student Nurse Association
Sustaining Member
1999- Present
American Assembly for Men in Nursing
Member
Past President 2011-2013
President 2006 to 2010
President-Elect 2005-2006
Board Member 2004 – 2006
Chair, Education Committee, 2004 to
2006
Provided visionary leadership to
revision mission to include men’s
health, planned two national
conferences.
1999 - 2007
Society of Public Health Educators
Member
1999 – 2012
Association of Community Health Nurse
Educators
Member
Research Committee Member,
2002 to Present
Co-Investigator that developed
national research priorities.
1998 – Present
National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialist
Member
Publications Committee Member,
2001 to 2004
1998 – Present
International Council of Nurses
HIV/AIDS Consultant
1996-Present
SREB (Southern Regional Education Board)
Member
Board Member 2010-2012
1994 – Present
Xi Zeta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau
Member
President, 1999 - 2000
Vice President, 1997 – 1999
Chair Program Committee, 1997 –
1999
Initiated awards program for
member recognition.
1994 – Present
Nurses Strategic Action Team (N-STAT)
Member
1994 – Present
Louisiana Public Health Association
Member
1993- Present
Southern Nursing Research Society
Member
Treasurer 2009-2011
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1991 – 2008
New Orleans Nurses in AIDS Care
Member
President, 2003 - 2004
Vice-President, 2002 - 2003
Founding President, 1991 – 1995
Co-Chairperson, Research
Committee, 1991 – 1995
1990 – 2007
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
Member
Co-Chair Journal Committee, 1996
– Present
1990 – Present
Sigma Theta Tau International
Member
Development Committee Task
Force, 1999 – 2001
1990 – Present
Epsilon Nu Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau
International
Member
Program Committee, 1999 – 2001
1989 – Present
New Orleans District Nurses Association
Member
Vice President, 2004 – 2006
Chair, Health Policy Committee,
2004 - Present
Awards Committee Chairperson and
Board Member, 2003 - Present
Vice President and Chairperson,
Awards Committee, 1993 – 2002
1988 – Present
American Public Health Association
Member
Governing Council Member 2006
to Present
Chair Public Health Nursing
Development Committee, 2006 to
Present
Chair Public Health Nursing
Research Committee, 2003 – 2006
Co-Chair Public Health Nursing
Research Committee, 2002-2003
Public Health Nursing Program
Committee Member, 2003 – 2005
Principal Investigator that developed
national public health nursing
research priorities, developing men’s
health special interest group.
1987 – Present
Louisiana State Nurses Association
Board Member - 2009
Member
Chair Continuing Education
Committee 2005 - 2007
Continuing Education Committee
Member, 1997 – 2009
Consultant to LASN, 1997 to 2003
Leadership generated $20,000 in
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2006.
1987 – Present
American Nurses Association
Member
1987 – 1989
Bayou District Nurses Association
Member
1994 – 2004
1987 – 1988
American Association of Critical Care Nurses
Member
1983
Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society
Member
MAJOR EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES:
Dates
Title/Location
Contact Hours
10/26/13
AACN 2013 Fall Semiannual Meeting, JW Marriott, Washington DC
3 hr.
9/24/13
AACN Webinar “Doctoral Advancement in Nursing: Promising Practices for
Supporting Academic Advancement to Doctoral Study”
1 hr
9/20/13
AACN PhD Summit in Chicago titled “The Future of Nursing Science and
The Research-Focused Doctorate”
9 hr
9/20/13
“Diagnosing and Managing Shift Work Disorder: Patient Case Dialogues”
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, a CME program
1 hr
“Legal Fundamentals” CNE Certificate of Completion from the American
Association of Legal Nurse Consultants.
9.16hr
“Symptoms and treatment of low testosterone in men” AAPA CME
0.50hr
“Enhancing Glycemic Control in T2DM: Achieving Standards of Care in
Primary Care: Case 2: Intensification of Treatment in a Patient with
Symptoms of Diabetic Neuropathy” Joslin Diabetes Center ACCME
0.50hr
“Chronic Pain: Communication and Evaluation Tools to Optimize Outcomes”
A case-based CME activity. Albert Einstein College of Medicine
0.50hr
“Medical and Surgical Management of Bladder Outlet Obstruction” Medical
Education Resources, Inc.
1 hr
CNE “ICD-10: A Roadmap for Small Clinic Practices” Medscape, LLC
A CNE provider for ANCC
0.75 hr
9/16/13
9/15/13
9/15/13
9/15/13
9/13/13
9/10/2013
9/9/13
“Ethics Training for Public Servants” Completed his annual training to be
completed for the Louisiana State Board of Ethics
9/8/13
Module 4 – “Expert Witness Roles of the LNC Practice” (American
Association of Legal Nurse Consultants) provider ANCC
11.66 hr
AALNC Module 2 – “Roles of the LNC in Practice” (American Association
of Legal Nurse Consultants) provider ANCC
10 hr.
AALNC Module 1 – “Introduction to Legal Nurse Consulting” (American
6.91 hr.
9/7/13
9/6/13
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Association of Legal Nurse Consultants) provider ANCC
8/15-16/13
2013 NCSBN Annual Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island
3.3 hr.
Adv. Pharmacology Module 3: Anti-infectives, CNE, University of
Kentucky, provider for ANCC and KBN (Kentucky Board of Nursing)
3.2 ANCC hr.
3.8 KBN hr.
Adv. Pharmacology Module 2: Principles of Antimicrobial Therapy CNE
University of Kentucky, provider by ANCC and KBN (Kentucky Board
Of Nursing)
3.2 ANCC hr.
3.8 KBN hr.
AANA CNE Module 6 – Understanding the Environment for Successful
Building & Sustaining of a Personal Wellness Plan
1 hr.
AANA CNE Module 5 – Management of Chemical Dependency and
Addiction
1 hr.
AANA CNE Module 4- Risk & Exposure: The Signs, Symptoms, PathoPhysiology and Co-Morbidities of Substance Abuse
1 hr.
AANA CNE Module 3 – Stressors Encountered in the Healthcare System and
How to Cope More Effectively
1 hr.
AANA CNE Module 2 – Stress: Understanding Causes and Consequences
1 hr.
AANA CNE Module 1-Health and Wellness: The Role and Responsibility of
the Anesthesia Professional
1 hr.
Preparing for the Certified Nurse Education Examination, LSUHSC
Continuing Education
6 hr.
Healthcare in Post-Katrina New Orleans: New Roles for Nurses,
LSUHSC CNE program, New Orleans, LA.
1 hr.
2013 APRN Round Table for NCSBN, Chicago, Illinois
5.7 hr
Foundation of American College of Healthcare Executives, ACHE
Conference, Chicago, Ill.
6 hr
American Association of Nurse Anesthetists for Assembly of School Faculty,
Continuing Education Activity, Tucson, AZ.
4 hr.
“New Ideas for Nursing Education: Bringing Classroom and Clinical
Teaching Together” LSUHSC Continuing Education Course, New
Orleans, LA
6hr
CPTP Preventing Sexual Harassment 2012, on-line training program for
LSBN
2.5hr
“Shaping the Future of Nursing: Psychogeometrics Applied to the Future
Of Nursing Campaign” LSNA Educational Carnival Cruise – Session II
2.5hr
6/29/13
6/29/13
6/24/13
6/23/13
6/23/13
6/23/13
6/23/13
6/23/13
5/10/13
5/8/13
4/9/13
3/8/13
2/21-23/13
1/8/13
11/29/12
11/11/12
11/09/12
“Shaping the Future of Nursing: Psychogeometrics Applied to the Future
Of Nursing Campaign” LSNA Educational Carnival Cruise – Session 1
10/5/12
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1 hr.
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“Attitudes, Knowledge, and Comfort Level of Allied Health and Nursing
Students with Regards to Individuals with Disability and Their Sexuality”
LSUHSC CNE Brown Bag
13.50 CE hrs.
9.75 Pharm Hrs.
Louisiana Association of Nurse Practitioners Annual 2012 Primary Care
Conference “Breaking Dawn: a New Era for Nurse Practitioners”
Certificate of
Completion
AACN/Wharton Executive Leadership Program – Certificate of Attendance,
Philadelphia, Pa
26.25hr.
University of Pennsylvania The Wharton School – Aresty Institute of
Executive Education Certificate of successful completion of the American
Association of Colleges of Nursing, Wharton Executive Leadership Program
3.6hrs.
9/21-23/12
8/17/12
8/17/12
6 hrs.
8/8-10/12
NCSBN Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.
7/23-25/12
24 hrs.
AACN 2012 Summer Seminar – “Pumping Iron: Building Resiliency to
Counteract Stress”
4/2/12 –
6/25/12
1.0hr
ANA (American Nurses Association) Mortar & Pestle: Pharmacology for
Advanced Practice Nurses – CE Weekly Teleconferences
6/06/12
Cornerstone of Cultural Competency and Diversity During the Disaster
Cycle: Cultural Competent Care for the Limited English Proficiency
LSUHSC CNE
6/5/12
1.0hr
1.0hr
Cornerstone of Cultural Competency and Diversity During the Disaster
Cycle: Cultural Competent Care for the Older Adults/Seniors
6/5/12
.96hr
Cornerstone of Cultural Competency and Diversity During the Disaster
Cycle: Cultural Competent Care of Individuals with Disabilities
6/5/12
1.0hr
Cornerstone of Cultural Competency and Diversity During the Disaster
Cycle: Cultural Competent Care for the Individuals Living in Rural Areas
6/5/12
1.5hr
Cornerstone of Cultural Competency and Diversity During the Disaster
Cycle: cultural Competent Care for the Persons with Mental Illness
6/4/12
Cornerstone of Cultural Competency and Diversity During the Disaster
Cycle: Cultural Competent Care for the ObstetricsDelivery/Perinatal/Neonatal
6/4/12
1.0hr
0.95hr
Cornerstone of Cultural Competency and Diversity During the Disaster
Cycle: Cultural Competent Care for Children/Pediatrics
6/4/12
1.3hr
Cornerstone of Cultural Competency and Diversity During the Disaster
Cycle:Cultural Competent Care for the Homeless
5/29/12
1.3hr
Cornerstone of Cultural Competency and Diversity During the Disaster
Cycle: Ethical and Legal Issues
5/29/12
1.3hr
Cornerstone of Cultural Competency and Diversity During the Disaster
Cycle: Understanding Nursing Disaster Competencies
5/1/12
30 hrs.
Cornerstone of Cultural Competency During the Disaster Cycle: Basics
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On Disaster Preparedness – LSUHSC CNE
3/26-3/30/12
13.5hrs
Comprehensive Systematic Review Training – Indiana Center for Evidence
Based Nursing Practice – a Joanna Briggs Collaborating Center, NOLA
4.5hrs
2012 NCSBN Midyear Meeting & Leadership Day, Chicago, IL
6.70hrs
3/12-14
3/21/12
NCLEX 101 FY 2012 - NCSBN Course Completion
3/13/12
1.40 hrs
President’s Governance Role on a Board of Nursing - NCSBN Course
Completion
3/8/12
4.20hur
Regulatory Management of Substance Use in High-Risk Nurse Populations NCSBN Course Completion
1.60 hrs
3/8/12
Delegating Effectively - NCSBN course Completion
3/8/12
3.30hrs
Defining and Assigning Accountability for Quality Care and Patient Safety NCSBN Course Completion
1.60hrs
Confronting Colleague Chemical Dependency - NCSBN Course Completion
Required by state
Addressing Chemically Dependent Colleagues - NCSBN Course Completion
4.20hrs
2012 Ethics Training for Public Servants
3.30hrs
NCSBN - Delegating Effectively v4.0
1.40hrs
3/8/12
3/5/12
3/18/12
3/8/12
3/8/12
NCSBN - Confronting Colleague Chemical Dependency
3/8/12
1.60hrs
NCSBN - Regulatory Management of Substance Use in High-Risk Nurse
Populations
3/8/12
1.60hrs
NCSBN - Defining and Assigning Accountability for Quality Care and
Patient Safety
7 hrs.
Addressing Chemically Dependent Colleagues (JNR July 2011)
7.5 hrs
3/5/12
1/25-28/12
AACN 2012 Doctoral Education Conference
1/25/12
AACN 2012 Faculty Practice Pre-Conference
1/8/12
Certificate of Completion: CITI Human Research Training Course- Group II
Investigators and Clinical Research Coordinator, Ochsner Clinic Foundation
11/10/11
Prescribing Controlled Substances CE Course, University of Kentucky,
College of Nursing
11/10/11
5 ANCC hrs
5 KBN contact
3.2 ANCC, hrs
3.8 KBN contact
12
Principles of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, webcourse CE Course
University of Kentucky, College of Nursing
3
10/28/11
Geriatric Assessment, Western Schools, Pomona, CA
10/22/11
1
Multidimensional Health Assessment of the Older Adult, Western Schools,
Pomona, CA.
10/22/11
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10.5
CURRICULUM VITA
MRSA: A Healthcare and Community, Western Schools, Pomona, CA.
1.6 CEUs
10/22/11
AACN Fall Semi-Annual conference, Washington D.C.
7/2011
1.6 CEUs
Leading Teams and Organizations, Intensive Professional Development
University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business
9/2011
1hr.
Executive Leadership Strategies, Intensive Professional Development,
University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business
1.5 hr
6/18/11
Complications of Grief, LSUHSC School of Nursing
6/16/11
APRN Education: Implementation of the Consensus Model and LACE
Network, AACN webinar
1.5 (1hr.
Pharmacology)
3/8/11
Contraceptive Management for Women with Medical Conditions: Applying
For the New U.S. Medical Eligibility Criteria, Online CE Library – Dublin,
CA
1.25 (0.25 hr.
Pharmacology)
Evaluating and Treating Abdominal and GI Complaints in Children
Online CE Library – Dublin, CA
1.25 (0.75 hr.
Pharmacology)
3/7/11
3/6/11
Trends in Contraception: New Data, Devices, Prescribing Regimens
And Indications, Online CE Library – Dublin, CA
3/6/11
1.25 (0.25 hr.
Pharmacology)
1.25
Allergies and Asthma in Adults: Gaining Control, Online CE Library,
Dublin, CA.
3/5/11
Risky business: Working with High-Risk Teens to Foster Resilience
Online CE Library – Dublin, CA
3/5/11
1.25 (0.75 hr.
Pharmacology)
1.0
Plants, Pills and Patches: Strategies for Menopause Symptom Management
Online CE Library – Dublin, CA
3/4/11
Research Brown Bag Series 2011:Teamwork & Communication Using
Interdisciplinary High-Fidelity human Patient Simulation
3/2/11
1.25 (0.5 hr.
Pharmacology)
1.25
Too Much, Too Little, Too Early or Late: Managing Abnormal Vaginal
Bleeding – Online CE Library, Dublin, CA.
2/27/11
1.25
Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome, and Type 2 Diabetes: Addressing the
Epidemic, Dublin, CA. –Online CE Library
2/27/11
1.0
“The Tyranny of the Urgent”: Moving to a Wellness Model,
Online CE Library, Dublin, CA
1.0
Developing Evidence Based Practice – CNE program LSUHSC
6.25
Scholar’s Day “How to be a Researcher”, LSUHSC – SON, New Orleans
4
2/14/11
12/3/10
10/1/10
New Orleans Viral Hepatitis Summit, Kenner, LA
9/24-25
2
AAMN Conference, Duke University “Working for the Health of the
Nation and the World” Durham, North Carolina
8/13/10
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1.4
CURRICULUM VITA
“Medical Error Prevention: Patient Safety Updated 1 st Edition, West
Bridgewater, MA – Western Schools
8/5/10
1.5
“Motivation Techniques and Power Sources”, On-Line Session, Chapel
Hill, N.C., UNC
8/5/10
1.3
“Strategies for Successful Personal Communication”, On-Line Session
Chapel Hill, N.C., UNC
8/5/10
.8
“Leadership: Principles, Theories, and Styles, On-Line Session, Chapel
Hill, N.C., UNC
84/10
2.9
“Survival Strategies for Nurse Managers”, On-Line Session, Chapel Hill
N.C., UNC
2
8/4/10
“Evidence- Based Practice”, On-Line Session, Chapel Hill, N.C., UNC
8/4/10
1.6
“Delegation, Accountability, and Responsibility, On-Line Session,
Chapel Hill, N.C., UNC
1
8/3/10
“Conflict Resolution”, On-Line session Chapel Hill, N.C., UNC
8/3/10
8/2/10
8/2/10
1.2
“Strategies for Successful Risk Communication”, On-Line session Chapel
Hill, N.C., UNC
“Strategies for Successful Organizational Communication”, On-Line session
Chapel Hill, N.C., UNC
24.75
“Instrumentation: Development, Testing and Revision”, UNC School
for Nursing, Chapel Hill, N.C., UNC
1
8/2-8/6/10
7/31/10
1.4
Prescribing for Older Adults, Austin, Tx
7/29/10
1.25
Polypharmacy: Pill, Potions, Problems and Preventions.
Austin, Tx.
7/29/10
1
To Err is Human…Steps to Safer Prescribing, Austin, Tx.
6/4/10
Research Brown Bag: The Basics of NVivo8 for the Beginner
LSUHSC CNE program – New Orleans
5/22/10
8 (6hrs Advance
Pharmacology)
1
Nurse Anesthesia Update 2010 – Biloxi, Ms.
5/12/10
6
AACN Webinar – “The Future of the Research-Focused Doctorate in
Nursing” – New Orleans, LA.
4/26/10
6.4
LSNA “Louisiana Nurses: Caring Today for a Healthier Tomorrow”
Baton Rouge
3/25/10
6
“Nursing’s Future in Louisiana” 2010 Summit of Nursing Educators
Nursing Employers and Nursing Regulators – Baton Rouge
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1.0
CURRICULUM VITA
12/11/09
Cultivating Civility in Nursing Education – LSUHSC New Orleans
11/13/09
7.5
Nursing Self Care, Colleague Care, and Caring for the Caregiver Nurse New Orleans
5.75
11/5-11/7
American Academy of Nursing – Atlanta, Ga.
10/31/09
5.2
AACN 40 Years of Excellence: “Celebrating the Past, Shaping the Future
Of Nursing Education” Washington D.C.
7.2
10/23/09
“Men Making a Difference in Nursing” – Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
10/11/09
5
“Faculty Workload: A Fresh Look at an Ongoing Issue
5/11/09
5
“Delegation of Nursing Interventions by the Registered
Nurse in Louisiana” LSBN Independent Study – Baton Rouge
5
5/11/09
“Most Frequently Asked Questions” LSBN Independent Study –Baton Rouge
5/11/09
8
“Legal Guide to the Practice of a Registered Nurse in Louisiana”
LSBN Independent Study – Baton Rouge, La.
4/13/09
9
‘Peri-Anesthesia Up-date” Conference Cruise 4-12-4/19 Cruise to Western
Caribbean Islands – Royal Caribbean Lines
12
AACN 2009 Spring Executive Development Series – Washington DC
11.5
NLN Faculty Leadership Conference – New Orleans, La.
2.5
3/14/09
1/11/09
1/21/09
AACN 2009 Doctoral Educational Conference – Washington, DC
11/9/08
2.5
“Justice & Law” Not one and the same Session II – Carnival Cruise Lines,
New Orleans
11/07/08
5.5
“Justice & Law”-Not one and the same Session I – Carnival Cruise Lines,
New Orleans
10/25/08
10/24/08
5.5
“Men in Nursing: Another Way of Caring” AAMN conference – New
Orleans, LA.
7.5
10/18/08
“Men in Nursing: Another Way of Caring” AAMN conference – New
Orleans, LA.
1.0
AACN 2008 Fall Semiannual Meeting – Washington DC
7.0
“The Impact of Iron Regulation on Anemia” NODNA
2.0
“Men, Making a Difference in Nursing” – Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
3.25
Cultural Diversity: Issues in Education – LSUHSC, New Orleans, La.
3
8/02/08
5/10/08
5/7/08
4/25/08
4/11/08
Dr. Linda Corson Jones Research Day-Celebrating Scholarship - LSUHSC
4/07/08
“Link to the Legislature/Nurse Day 2008 Program” Baton Rouge, La.
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1/24-1/26/08
AACN 2008 Doctoral Conference, Captiva Island, Fl.
6.75
11/29-12/1/07
Nursing Economics, 2007 Summit, Scottsdale, AZ.
7.2
11/9/07
LSNA “Emergency Preparedness: Planning for the Realities of Disasters”
(part I1), New Orleans, La.
2.5
11/9/07
LSNA “Emergency Preparedness: Planning for the Realities of Disasters”
(part 1), New Orleans, La.
2.5
11/3-7/07
American Public Health Association Center for Learning – Global Public
Health, Washington DC
10.5
11/3-7/07
American Public Health Association Center for Learning – Global Public
Health, Washington DC
24
10/27/07
AACN 2007 Fall Semiannual Meeting – Teaching, Learning, and the
Institution
11
10/26/07
American Assembly for Men in Nursing Men in Nursing: Contributions To
The Health of Men and The Profession of Nursing, Philadelphia, Pa.
5
10/7-9/07
Southern Regional Education Board Making Nursing Education the Public
Agenda, Atlanta, Ga.
9
2/2-4/06
Southern Nursing Research Society 20th Anniversary Conference, Memphis
TN
20.7
1/25-28/06
AACN 2006 Doctoral Education Conference – Preparing the Next Generation
of Doctoral Faculty, San Diego, CA
7.5
12/10-14/05
APHA 133rd Annual Meeting
28.8
12/10-14/05
Continuing Education Institute at the 133rd APHA Annual Meeting
14.4
12/4-6/05
Southern Regional Education Board “Who Will Teach Tomorrow’s Nurses?”
Atlanta, GA
9.6
1/19-22/05
AACN 2005 Doctoral Education Conference
Bold Directions: Innovative Pathways to Doctoral Education in Nursing
11.0
1/05/05
Community Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Self-Instructional Review
10.0
12/3-4/04
American Assembly for Men in Nursing – Men in Nursing: Meeting a World
of Health Care Needs
12.4
11/15-18/04
17th Annual ANAC Conference: Unmasking HIV in the Big Easy
21.3
11/6-10/04
132nd American Public Health Association Meeting: Public Health and the
Environment
28.8
10/30/04
Managing the Depression Spectrum: Unipolar to Bipolar Depression
4.8
10/20/04
Living Leadership Workshop
Non- CE program
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10/7-9/04
National Congress on the State of the Science Research – Nursing Science:
Working Toward A Healthier Nation
16.2
11/04/03
Community Acquired Pneumonia, New Orleans
1.2
10/25-28/03
AACN 2003 Fall Semiannual Meeting: Critical Resources: Investing in
Nursing Education, Washington, DC
7.5
10/23-25/03
AACN Leadership for Academic Nursing Program, Washington, DC
11.0
8/18/03
Incorporating HIV Prevention into the Medical Care of Persons Living with
HIV
CDC
Atlanta, Georgia
1.9
8/5/03
Prevention of DVT
New Orleans, LA
1.0
7/27-30/03
2003 National HIV Prevention Conference
Atlanta, Georgia
12.6
6/21/03
Our Worldly Image: Nurses on Postage Stamps
New Orleans, LA
1.0
5/03
Washington Health Policy Institute
George Mason University Center for Health Policy Research & Ethics
40.0
5/4/03
HIPAA Advanced Awareness Privacy Training Course
4
1/29-2/1/03
AACN 2003 Doctoral Education Conference: Seeking Clarity in the
Complexities of Doctoral Education
Sanibel Island, Florida
8.75
12/6-7/02
Is Diversity Nursing’s Future – American Assembly of Men in Nursing,
Nashville, Tennessee
15.0
11/9-13/02
130th APHA Annual Meeting and Exposition: Putting the Public Back into
Public Health, Washington, DC
21.0
4/5/02
Dr. Linda Corson Jones 12th Nursing Research Day
New Orleans, LA
6.0
4/30/02
Nurse Day & Link to the Legislature, Baton Rouge, LA
6.6
6/16/01
Nursing Shortage
1.0
2001
HIV Treatment: A Primer for Primary Care Clinicians
2.0
3/2-5/01
Midwest Nursing Research Society Conference
12.0
3/6/01
The Case Manager as Patient Advocate
1.0
2/17/01
Protecting Study Volunteers in Research
4.8
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CURRICULUM VITA
2/13-16/01
18th Annual Issues in Nursing Research Conference
19.0
1/31/01
Reality 101: Reality to Shock
1.0
12/00
Sigma Theta Tau International Post Doctoral Institute on Knowledgebase
Building
19.0
11/4/00
Taking the Lead: Guidelines for the Management of HIV Related Anemia
1.0
11/2-5/00
Chasing a Changing Tide: Complex Clients, Care and Communities
21.0
11/4/00
Management of HIV-related Anemia in the Post-HAART Era
1.5
11/1/00
HIV Symptom Management: Integrating Research and Practice
7.0
10/20/00
Success: It is a Choice
1.8
9/20/00
Advanced Practice Licensure and Prescriptive Authority for Nurses in
Louisiana
1.7
9/3/00
Core Curriculum on Tuberculosis
6.0
8/19/00
Introduction to Forensic Nursing
1.0
7/26/00
Recognition and Treatment of Mood and Anxiety Disorders
1.0
6/23/00
Targeted Tuberculosis Testing and Treatment of Latent Tuberculosis
Infection
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
3.5
6/22/00
CDC Recommendations Regarding Selected Conditions Affecting Women’s
Health
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
2.9
6/21/00
Framework for Program Evaluation in Public Health
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
2.6
6/18/00
Prevention and Control of Influenza: Recommendations of the Advisory
Committee on Immunization Practices
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1.3
6/17/00
Biological and Chemical Terrorism: Strategic Plan for Preparedness and
Response
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1.2
6/17/00
Prevention of Hepatitis A Through Active or Passive Immunization:
Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1.8
5/5/00
Nursing Research: Past, Present, Future
Veterans Administration Health Care System, Biloxi, MS
6.0
5/3/00
The Science of Hand Hygiene
University of Wisconsin – Madison Medical School
2.0
4/26-27/00
Back to the Future
7.2
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CURRICULUM VITA
Louisiana Public Health Association’s
2000 Educational Conference
Lafayette, LA
4/6/00
Sowing the Seeds of Health: Working with a Farm Community
Nicholls State University
1.0
3/31/00
Dr. Linda Corson Jones Memorial
11th Annual Nursing Research Day
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
6.0
1/6/00
Core Values for Teaching and Working with Students
7.8
11/11-14/99
The 12th Annual ANAC Conference: Building a Bridge to the 21 st Century
through Nursing Care (Clinical Practice, Administration, Research and
Education)
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
San Diego, CA
17.1
11/7-11/99
Celebrating a Century of Progress in Public Health
American Public Health Association
Chicago, IL
7.5
9/13-15/99
Faculty Development in Environmental Health Workshop
University of Maryland School of Nursing
22.9
8/26-29/99
Pharmacology for Advanced Practice Clinicians
Contemporary Forums
New Orleans, LA
30.0
3/13-16/99
Accountable and Effective Productivity in a Complex World
American Association of Colleges of Nursing
Washington, DC
9.5
2/26/99
Mapping the Future of AD Nursing
Louisiana Tech University – Division of Nursing
Ruston, LA
2.5
2/19/99
Avenues to the Future
Sigma Theta Tau International
Austin, TX
12.3
11/15-18/98
The 11th Annual ANAC Conference
Diversity: Walking Together Through the Rivers of Change
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
San Antonio, TX
19.8
10/24-27/98
1998 Fall Semiannual Meeting
American Association of Colleges of Nursing
Washington, DC
11.5
6/12-13/98
Evaluator Training Program
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
Dallas, TX
0.0
4/21/98
HIV Disease in Women
1.2
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CURRICULUM VITA
HLC, Inc.
Arizona Nurses Association
3/28-31/98
The Learning Revolution: Nursing Education and the Virtual Learning
Experience
American Association of Colleges of Nursing
Washington, DC
10.0
11/6-9/97
Navigating the Waves, Exploring Our Shores & Beyond: Association of
Nurses in AIDS Care 10th Annual Conference
Miami, FL
20.0
10/25-28/97
Meeting Higher Education Demands in Nursing Education: Understanding
the Present and Influencing the Future
American Association of Colleges of Nursing
Washington, DC
11.7
2/2/94
Preventing the Transference of Blood borne Pathogens in the Workplace
Ethicon
1.0
5/25/92
Principles of Epidemiology
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
56.0
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