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ABOUT THE WOMEN'S HEART FOUNDATION


Dula F. Pacquiao, EdD, RN, CTN

Dula F. Pacquiao, EdD, RN, CTN


Education

1992 Doctor of Education (EdD), major in Anthropology of Education, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

1977 Master of Arts, Curriculum and Instruction in Nursing, Teachers College, Columbia University, NY.

1968 BSN, University of the Philippines, Class Valedictorian.


Current Position

1999 Director, Transcultural Nursing Institute, Kean University

1998 Director, Graduate Program in Nursing, Kean University

1998-present Associate Professor (tenured) of Nursing, Kean University

1992-98 Assistant Professor, Kean University


Professional Experiences

1999 Consultant, Cultural diversity in nursing education, University of Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas

1999 Consultant, Cultural Competence in Health Care Services, Division of Family Health Services, NJ State Dept. of Health & Senior Services

1999 Developed and implemented transcultural nursing course: Comparative study of transcultural health care systems with participant-obeservations in the United Kingdom for MSN and BSN students.

1992-present Consultant, Foundations of English: Nursing and American Culture, St. Peter's College, NJ

1987-present Clinical Associate and Consultant, Health Assessment and Teaching Performance Exams, Thomas Edison State College, Trenton, NJ

1995-98 Member, Task Force on Unlicensed Personnel, NJ State Board of Nursing

1995-96 Consultant, Differential Item Functioning Panel for RN and PN NCLEX, Educational Testing Services, NJ

1995-present Nursing Faculty Consultant, Thomas Edison State College, Trenton, NJ

1995-97 Member, Colleagues in Caring Project: NJ Collaborative

1989-present Consultant, Health Assessment and Teaching Performance Examinations, NY Regents College External Degree Programs

1989-present Adjunct Lecturer in Nursing, St. Peter's College, NJ

1994-96 Staff RN (per diem), Visiting Health Services of NJ

1991-92 Clinical Assistant Professor, State University of NY at Brooklyn Health Science Center

1985-89 Assistant Professor and Director of Nursing Center, St. Peter's College

1990-91 Educational Consultant, CGFNS & RN NCLEX, PC&M International Nursing Personnel Services

1990-91 Staff RN (per diem), VNA of Central NJ

1988-90 President, PC&M International Nursing Personnel Services

1985-86 Staff RN (per diem), East Orange Veterans Administration Hospital, NJ

1979-83 Instructor in Nursing, Middlesex County College, NJ

1978-79 Adjunct Instructor in Nursing, Fairleigh Dickinson University, NJ

1974-78 Instructor and Freshman Level Coordinator, St. Vincent's Hospital School of Nursing, NY

1971-74 Instructor, St. Joseph's Nursing Division, George Brown College, Toronto, Canada

1969-70 Clinical Instructor, Pediatric Nursing Coordinator, St. Paul's College, Manila, Philippines

1970-71 Staff RN, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada

1968-70 Staff RN, Manila Medical Center


Distinguished Achievements

1999-2002 Vice-President, Transcultural Nursing Society

1998-present Associate Editor, Journal of Transcultural Nursing

1995-present Editor, Transcultural Nursing Society Newsletter

1995-present Co-Founder and Co-Chair, Transcultural Nursing Forum, NJ State Nurses Association

1995-96 President, Philippine Nurses Association of NJ

1995-96 Member, NJ Commissioner of Health, Nursing Advisory Committee

1994-96 Secretary, Transcultural Nursing Society

1993-98 Board Member and Chair of Education Committee, NJ State Board of Nursing

1994-96 Chair, Nursing Practice and Education Committee, National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Chicago

1995-present Certified in Transcultural Nursing


Honors and Awards

Distinguished Teacher Award, Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society, Kean University

Recipient, Presidential Honor Roll Award, Philippine Nurses Association, NJ (PNA, NJ)

Recipient, Nurse Educator Award, PNA, NJ

Recipient, Researcher Award, PNA, NJ

Member, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing

Member, Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society of Education

Inducted to Phi Kappa Phi


Organizational Activities

1997-98 Member, Nominating Committee, NJSNA

1998 Coordinator, Transcultural Nursing Society, International Conference, NJ

1996-1998 Chair, Educational Regulations Task Force, NJ State Board of Nursing

1995-1998 Member Task Force on Unlicensed Personnel, NJ State Board of Nursing

1996-present Chair, Mentoring Committee, Philippine Nurses Association of NJ

1996-present Member, Advisory Board, Philippine Nurses Association of NJ

1995-97 Co-Chair, Legislative Committee, Philippine Nurses Association of America

1995-97 Chair of By-laws and Membership Committees, Transcultural Nursing Society


Publications: Books/B ook Chapters

Pacquiao, D. F., Archeval, L., & Shelley, E. (2000). Hispanic patient satisfaction with home care: An ethnographic study. In V. Fitzsimons & M. L. Kelley, Understanding cultural diversity. NY: NLN Press

Skiba-King, E., & Pacquiao, D. P. (in press). Health communication. Scottsdale, AZ: Gorsuch Scarisbrick.

Pacquiao, D. F. (1996).Infusing philosophical thought into transcultural nursing. In V. M. Fitzsimons and M. L. Kelley, The culture of learning: Access, retention, understanding and mobility of minority students in nursing (pp. 23-32). New York: National League for Nursing Press.

Pacquiao, D. F. (1996). Educating faculty in the concept of educational biculturalism: A comparative study of sociocultural influences in nursing students' experience in school. In V. M. Fitzsimons and M. L. Kelley, The culture of learning: Access, retention, and mobility of minority students in nursing (pp. 129-162). New York: NLN Press.

Salmond, S. W., & Pacquiao, D. F. (1996). Learning transcultural leadership through a MSN-level clinical experience. In V. M. Fitzsimons and M. L. Kelley, The culture of learning: Access, retention, and mobility of minority students in nursing (pp. 255-266). New York: NLN Press.

Pacquiao, D. F. (1995). Being a grandmother. In P. L. Munhall (Ed.), In women's experience: Volume II (pp 211-234). New York: NLN Press.

Pacquiao, D. F. (1994). Motherhood and women's development. In P. L. Munhall (Ed.), In women's experience: Volume I (pp. 323-368). New York: NLN Press.

Fitzsimons, V. M., & Pacquiao, D. F. (1994). Portfolio assessment of the nursing program. In M. Knight and D. Gallaro (Eds.), Portfolio assessment: An application of portfolio analysis (pp. 107-119). Latham, MD: United Press of America.

Pacquiao, D. F. (1993). Cultural influences in old age: An ethnographic comparison of Anglo and Filipino elders. Doctoral dissertation, Rutgers University. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms Inc.


Articles

Pacquiao, D. (2000). Impression management as an alternative to assertiveness in intercultural communication. Editorial. Journal of Transcultural Nursing. 11(1)

Pacquiao, D. F., Archeval, L., & Shelley, E. (1999). Transcultural nursing care study of emic and etic care at home. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 10 (2), 112-119..

Pacquiao, D. F. (September, 1996). President's message: Reflections on organizational achievements. In Touch, 6 (2) 2.

Pacquiao, D. F. (Winter, 1996). President's message: Coping with changes in health care: President's message. In Touch, 6 (1) 2.

Pacquiao, D. F. (1995). Multicultural issues in nursing education and practice. Issues, 16 (2) 1,4-5,11.

Pacquiao, D. F. (Fall, 1995). Bicultural mentoring: Presidential inaugural address. In Touch, 5 (1) 2-3.

Pacquiao, D. F. (Spring, 1995). Minority participation in healthcare. In Touch, 5 (1), 3,7.

Pacquiao, D. F. (Fall, 1994). The meaning of advanced nursing practice. In Touch, 4 (3) 2-11.

Pacquiao, D. F. (Summer, 1994). Nursing education in the 21st century. In Touch, 4 (2) 5-6.


Committee Reports/Monographs Written

1997 Issues relevant to Delegation: Suggested Parameters of Delegation): Report to UAP Task Force, NJ State Board of Nursing.

1996 Comparison of Research Findings of NJHA, HPAE and AJN study on the Unlicensed Assistive Personnel: Report to the NJ State Board of Nursing Task Force on Unlicensed Assistive Personnel.

1996 Co-author and Committee Chair. Professional accountability: Allowing holistic integration of the many components of nursing competence (Attachment to Nursing Practice and Education Committee Report). Presented to the Delegate Assembly, National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Baltimore, MD.

1996 Co-author and Committee Chair. Nursing education rules and regulations: An analysis (Attachment to Nursing Practice and Education Committee Report). Presented at the Delegate Assembly, National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Baltimore, MD.

1996 Co-Author and Co-Chair of Committee. Multicultural profile and diversity. In Periodic review report: Kean College (pp.83-97).

1995 Co-Author and Committee Member. Position statement on the use of unlicensed personnel by registered nurses, NJ State Board of Nursing.

1995 Primary Author and Committee Chair. Statewide survey of institutional practices in determining nursing competencies: Report of the study. NJ State Board of Nursing.

1995 Primary Author and Committee Chair. Position statement on regulation of graduate nursing education, NJ State Board of Nursing.

1987 Pacquiao, D. F.. Ethnography of seven Filipino families: A pilot study of Filipino elders in Jersey City.. Report to Faculty of the Nursing Department and College Faculty Fellowship Grants Committee, St. Peter's College, Jersey City. 1


Completed Research

1999-2001 Co-Director of Project COCERP: Development of culturally-based health data information for development, implementation and evaluation of a culturally competent model of care delivery in the community through education, practice and community partnerships. Funded for 2 years by Helene Fuld Health Trust for $113,500.

1998 Development of Exchange Program and Doctoral Education between St. Paul University, Tuguegarao, Philippines and Kean University. Fact finding visit to the Philippines funded by a $5,000 grant from Kean University.

1997 Attributional Theory Application in Impression Management: A study of Nigerian and Filipino Nurses. Funded by a $500 grant from Philippine Nurses Association, NJ and $500 grant from Sigma Thetat Tau Mu Theta Chapter-at-large..

1996 Evaluation of Usefulness of National Council Documents: Nationwide Survey of Members. Chair, Nursing Practice & Education Committee of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Chicago, IL

1996 Professional Accountability in Nursing: Development and Pilot Testing of Instrument. Chair, Nursing Practice and Education Committee, National Council of State Boards of Nursing

1996 Analysis of Education Rules and Regulations: Comparison of National Council's and Member Boards' Rules. Chair, Nursing Practice and Education Committee, National Council of State Boards of Nursing

1995 Accreditation of Nursing Programs: Comparison of National Council's and National League for Nursing's Criteria. Member, Nursing Practice and Education Committee, National Council of State Boards of Nursing,

1995 Value Orientations and School Experience: Analysis of Ethnographic Data on Nursing Students (African-Americans, Filipino, Hispanic and white-American students) Union County College and Muhlenberg Medical Center School of Nursing. Funded by Robert Wood Johnson, Transcultural Leadership Continuum Grant..

1995 Culture Brokering and Mentoring: As a Strategy to Effect Organizational Change. Co-Director, Transcultural Leadership Project . Funded by $25,000 Beatrice Renfield Grant, NY Beth Israel Medical Center, North Division.

1994 Grandmotherhood and the Cultural Transmission of Caring: A Phenomenological Study.

1994 Motherhood and Women's Epistemological Development: A Phenomenological Study

1994 Survey of Statewide Institutional Practices of Determining Nursing Competencies. Chair, Education Committee, NJ State Board of Nursing

1993 Sociocultural Influences in Cognition of African-American, Filipino and Hispanic Nursing Students (Elizabeth General Medical Center School of Nursing, Elizabeth, NJ).Funded by grants from Kean College and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Transcultural Leadership Continuum Grant,

1992 Cultural Influences in Aging: An Ethnographic Comparison of Anglo and Filipino Elders. Doctoral dissertation, Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

1987 Ethnography of Seven Families: Pilot Study of Filipino Elders in Jersey City. Funded by Faculty Fellowship grant, St. Peter's College, NJ


Research Grant Proposals Submitted

1999 Co-Director, Culturally congruent communication for health promotion in the community. Submitted to Center for Disease Control.

1999 Co-Director, Using Technology to Access Primary Health Care services and Educational/Support services for Families Caring for Children with Chronic Illness. Submitted to Robert Wood Foundation.

1995 Primary Investigator and Author. (1995). Language socialization and cognition of African-American, Filipino and Hispanic nursing students: A collaborative interdisciplinary proposal. Submitted to Kean College Faculty Research Grant and National Center for Adult Learning and RWJ Foundation TLC Grant.

1993 Director, Proposal to Establish data base for health promotion for Filipino elders in Hudson County. Submitted to Department of Health, Office of Minority Health.

1993 Co-Director, Proposal to Develop culturally congruent strategies to support Black and Hispanic families in providing home care to their HIV infected family member in New Brunswick, NJ. Submitted to NJ Department of Health.

1993 Co-Director. Proposal to Conduct health promotion for Filipino and Korean families in Hudson County. Submitted to the NJ Department of Health, Minority Health Office.


Workshop/Speeches/Papers Delivered since 1996

Title/Topic Cultural competent services in maternal and child care of Hispanic and Latino populations.

Integrative healing modalities of the Orient

Integrating cultural diversity in staff education

Nursing education and practice in the new millenium

Research-based transcultural health care Attributional theory and impression management applications in intercultural communication

Professional Writing

Transcultural healing

Cultural competence in long term care education for diversity

Evaluation of transcultural health outcomes Location

Maternal and Child Health Consortium, Somerset, NJ

University of medicine and Dentistry, Newark, NJ

Consortium of Nursing Educators, Raritan Bay Medical Center, Perth Amboy, NJ Eastern Regional Conference, Philippine Nurses association of America, Cherry Hill, NJ Annual Research Program, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, Englewood, NJ 25th Annual Conference, Transcultural Nursing Society, Snowbird, Utah Transcultural Nursing Institute, Kean UniversityCentral Jersey Parish Nursing Network. New Providence, NJNJ Association of Health Care Facilities, Atlantic City, NJ Transcultural Nursing Institute, Kean UniversityTranscultural Nursing Institute, Kean University Date 2/2000 2/2000 11/99 11/99 11/99 10/99 10/99 10/99 10/99 9/99 9/99

American Culture and English: Program for ESL Nurses St. Peter's College, Englewood Cliffs, NJ 4/99 & 6/99

Cultural Competence Model in Delivery of Health Care Services NJ Dept. of Health & Senior Services, Lawrenceville, NJ 6/22/99

Transcultural Leadership in the Next Millenium Philippine Nurses Association Community Medical Center, Toms River, NJ 5/99

Developing Cultural Competence in Rehabilitation Children's Specialized Hospital Mountainside, NJ 5/99

Carrying the Torch of Leadership in Transcultural Nursing Annual EOF Program, Rutgers University Newark, NJ 5/99

Impression Management: Applications of Attributional Theory 5th Annual Research SymposiumNJ City University 4/99

Cultural Competence in the Maternal and Child Health Populations NJDOH Child Health Regional Network 4/99

Cultural Diversity in Nursing Education Helene Fuld School of Nursing New York City 1/99

Cultural Competence Development Mercer Medical Center School of Nursing, Trenton, NJ 12/98

Cultural Diversity in Nursing and Health Care Raritan Bay Medical Center 11/98

Know your legal Rights and Responsibilities Health Professionals and Allied Employees, Mount Holly, NJ 11/98

Culturally Congruent Care in Home Health Middlesex County, VNA, North Brunswick, NJ 10/98

Culture, Cognition and Communication: Linkages in the Classroom 24 Annual Conference, Transcultural Nursing Society, Secaucus, NJ 10/98

Writing seminar for ESL Nurses St. Peter's College and Kean University 8/98 and 9/98

Cultural Competence in Education and Nursing Care St. Peter's Medical Center, New Brunswick NJ 9/98

Cultural Competent Care in Maternal-Child Care Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition, Monmouth County 9/98

Cultural Competent Care for Asian-Americans Somerset County Board of Social Services, Somerset, NJ 5/98

Advanced Level Transcultural Nursing Practice Applications Seton Hall University, Newark, NJ 5/98

Developing Cultural Competence NJ State Nurses Association, Pennington, NJ 5/98

Biculturalism: A Process of Professional Socialization Philippine Nurses Association, Tom River, NJ 4/98

Influencing Others Through Communication VA Medical Center, Lyons, NJ VA Medical Center, East Orange, NJ 4/98

Transcultural Nursing Applications in School Nursing and Community Health Bergen County Department of Health Services, Teaneck, NJ 3/98

Culture, Cognition and Communication: Linkages in the Classroom Academic Affairs Distinguished Lecture Series, Kean University 2/98

Transcultural Nursing Concepts: Application in Teaching-Learning International Nursing Conference, Manila, Philippines 1/98

Nursing education and Practice: Realities, Opportunities and Direction International Nursing Conference, Manila, Philippines 1/98

Cultural Diversity in Domestic Violence Police Academy, Sea Girt, NJ 12/97

Sociocultural Influences in Parenting Styles UP Alumni Association of America Grand Reunion, Atlantic City, NJ 11/9/97

Managing a Diverse Workforce Philippine Nurses Association of NJ, Somerset 10/97

Cultural Diversity in Staff Education SHARE, Union, NJ 10/97

Impression Management: Improving Oral and Written Communication Philippine Nurses Association of NJ, Elizabeth, NJ 8/97

Nursing in the 21st Century: The Emergence of Unlicensed Assistive Personnel Consortium of NJ Nurse Educators Elizabeth General Medical Center, Elizabeth, NJ 6/4/97

Making Sense of Change VA-NJ Health Care System, East Orange and Lyons, NJ 9/96 5/6 &5/8/97

Workshop on Delegation to UAPs by RNs Health Professionals & Allied Employees, Tinton Falls, Mt. Laurel and Roselle Park, NJ 5/15, 5/22 & 6/5/97

Integrating Diversity in Teaching-Learning Strategies Northern NJ Consortium of Graduate Nursing Programs, Fairleigh Dickinson University 4/97

Transitions and Passages Annual Induction, Lambda Iota Nursing Honor Society, Mountainside, NJ 4/97

Serving the Community by Educating about Diversity Panel Discussion, Kean College 4/97

Barriers and Strategies: Tenure and Promotion of Diverse Faculty Affirmative Action Roundtable Discussion, Kean College 4/97

Cultural Value Premises: Impact on School Nurse Practice Annual Convention of NJ School Nurses Association, Atlantic City, NJ 11/96

Charting the Course: A Uniform Patient Record Organization of Nurse Executives, Princeton, NJ 11/96

Value Premises: Impact on Thoughts and Behaviors Annual Congress of the National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses, Dallas, TX 6/96

Domestic Violence of Women: An Anthropological Perspective Raritan Bay Medical Center, Perth Amboy, NJ 5/96

Bicultural mentoring: A Process of Professional Socialization Philippine Nurses Association, NJ Subchapter, St. Michael's Medical Center, Newark, NJ 5/96

Sociocultural Influences in Schooling Experience of Nursing Students: A Comparative Study of Three Ethnic Groups and Their white American Peers Poster Presentation, Stewart Conference, Teachers College, Columbia University 4/96

Multiculturalism in Organizations Rahway Hospital, Rahway, NJ 3/96 4/96

Bicultural Mentoring: A Process of Professional Socialization Philippine Nurses Association of NJ Subchapter, Elizabeth General Medical Center, Elizabeth, NJ 2/96

Sociocultural Influences on Learning Styles Nursing Department, Bloomfield College, Bloomfield, NJ 1/96


Conferences/Workshops Attended since 1996

Topic Visions of the Past, dreams of the future: 25th Annual Conference, Transcultural Nursing Society LocationSnowbird, Utah Date10/99

Invitational Summit: Health of Minorities in New Jersey: Part I (The Black Experience)Transcultural Nursing in the Community NJ Dept. of Health, Office of Minority Health, Princeton, NJUniversity of Leeds, Yorkshire, UK 9/21-22/996/99

Aromatherapy in Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients Evesham Community Hospital, Worcester, UK 6/99

Southern Regional Conference: Transcultural Nursing Memphis, TN 4/99

Annual Convention: NJSNA and NJLN Atlantic City 4/99

Fourth Annual Graduate Symposium & Opening of Transcultural Nursing Institute Kean University 4/99

Open Forum on proposed revisions to the Educational Regulations Englewood Hospital and Cumberland County College 10/98

Transforming health care delivery and policy: Applications of transcultural nursing 24 Annual Conference, Transcultural Nursing Society, Secaucus, NJ 10/98

Alternatives and Complementary Therapies in Health Care Annual Convention of PNA, NJ, Somerset, NJ 5/98

Parliamentary Procedures in Disciplinary Issues Annual Retreat: NJ Board of Nursing, Princeton, NJ 4/98

Alternative Therapy: Aroma Therapy NJSNA/NJLN Annual Convention, Atlantic City 3/98

Telehealth and Telemedicine NJ Board of Nursing Annual Meeting, Newark, NJ 12/97

Annual Delegate Assembly National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Chicago, IL 8/97

Transcultural Nursing in Russia St. Petersburg and Moscow, Russia 6/97

Transcultural Nursing: Global Unifier and Diversifier of Care Annual Meeting, Transcultural Nursing Society Conference, Kuopio, Finland 6/97

Educational Program, Consortium of Nursing Educators Elizabeth, NJ 4/97

Annual Meeting, Philippine Nurses Association of NJ Woodbridge, NJ 4/97

Writing Emphasis Retreat Kean College 12/96

Health Issues in Migration: A Transcultural Nursing Perspective Annual Conference Transcultural Nursing Society, St. Louis, MO 10/96

Continue the Tradition: Create the Future Culture Care 2000: The Nursing Imperative NJ SNA Annual Convention, Long Branch, NJ 9/96

Colleagues in Caring: the New Jersey Collaborative Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ 9/96

Dialogue on Discipline Telemedicine Continued Competence Delegate Assembly, National Council of State Boards of Nursing 8/96

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