1 Mary E. Molle, RN, PHN, MSN, Ph.D. PHCNS-BC, CNS Department of Nursing: 5500 University Pkwy San Bernardino, CA Current Licenses: CA RN PHN CA CNS: 2441 ANCC Certification ID: Professional California State University, San Bernardino Sept Present Experience Professor of Public Health, Maternal-Child Health, Nursing. Graduate Program Coordinator, Dept of Nursing July 1, 2005 to Sept 2007 Associate Chair, Department of Nursing. Sept , 2004-Sept 2007 Senator, Faculty Senate, California State University May 2007 to present Advisor RN-BSN program 1996-present Advisor High School Guaranteed Admit program 1999-present Chair, Department Faculty Evaluation Committee 2002-present Department Faculty Recruitment Committee 2002-present Chair & member of Department Curriculum & College Curriculum committees 2000-present Chair of undergraduate admissions Faculty Professional Development Coordinating Committee Community Health Programs, Roles (selected descriptions) Content Expert-Public Health Nursing programs 2005-present Executive Board, California State University, San Bernardino Institute for Health Disparities Research, RIMI grant 2007 to present The five year grant from NIH's National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities is part of a "research infrastructure in minority institutions"(rimi) program. The program will help Cal State build research programs that work to reduce health disparities. Executive Board, California State University, San Bernardino Institute for Child Development and Family Relations (ICDFR) 2006-present. Coordinator of MSN Public Health core curriculum 2005-present including program design, clinical coordination and supervision Coordinator of BSN community health curriculum including involvement in assessment and care of vulnerable populations in Riverside and San Bernardino. Integrated a new Public Health Practice Model into both didactic and clinical components to present Nursing Coordinator of TETB early intervention grant Developed Public Health Nursing home visitation component of program for vulnerable families with children from prenatal to 5 years. Including community assessment of needs of this at risk population, researching evidence-based practice, program planning & evaluation, documentation methodology, procedures, protocols, staffing patterns, client intake, etc. Integrated Nursing component with all other services of this interdisciplinary program. Foundation of program was a nursing home visitation (nurse case-managed) model of my design. NCAST Instructor for TETB and Department of Nursing Systematic evaluation of parent-infant interaction. Intensive program for instructor s certification to allow staff education. Other Grants: Involved in needs assessment, program development and intervention plan on several grants aimed at providing community healthcare for vulnerable populations in the Inland Empire, including the Family Focus Center (Nurse Managed Outreach and prevention Clinic for high risk families in partnership with St. Bernardine s Medical Center) Community University Partnership Advisory Board Founding member and invited participant in strategic planning for Cal Sate San Bernardino s Institute which assesses and links community needs with campus resources. University Center for Developmental Disabilities Advisory Board 1997-pres
2 MARY E. MOLLE R.N., Ph.D. page 2. Grants (Includes individual and team grants) (oldest to recent) Fall 1997 Micro-Grant Award, to help support start-up research for developing innovative community clinical placements for nursing students during their junior and senior years. Dec 2, 1997 $398. Catholic HealthCare West Community Grants Initiative, to support the beginning development of a Nurse Managed Center at St. Bernardine s Family Focus Center, November 26, 1997 $6,350 School of Natural Sciences, Grant for Probationary Faculty. Community Outreach Program to Study the Impact of an Abstinence Education Program on Teens in a High Need Area. January 16, $2,606 Department of Nursing Implementation of Active Learning Strategy: Case Studies as a Measure of Learning and Critical Thinking Development in the Area of Case Study methodology in Nursing Education. $3,000. St. Bernardine Medical Center s Family Focus Center/Neighborhood Spirit Center/CSUSB NURSE MANAGED HEALTH CENTER. The California Wellness Foundation. Awarded July 30, Increased to $100,000 from $50,000 by agency. Community University Fellowship. $5,000 Interdisciplinary award to write an Academic Research Education Grant. to the National Institute of Nursing Research to develop Model Teams for Community Based Practice. Awarded June 24, CATCH award. American Academy of Pediatrics. Interdisciplinary Grant with Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. Awarded Dec $5,000. The Earlier the Better (TETB) Interdisciplinary Grant (described above). Proposition 10 funded $2.2 million. Awarded Summer NIH's National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities. $4 million 5 year RIMI grant to address research on Health Disparities. (described above) Awarded Fall Independent Practitioner roles Public Health Nursing CNS Consultant/Practitioner 1995 to present Currently Co-directing the development of a parish-nursing outreach program for 5,000 family faith community, including community assessment, program planning, computer based documentation systems, and evaluation components. Integrating with other programs provided by the community. Perinatal Nurse Consultant. Ontario, Canada Home visitation emphasis on enhancing parent-infant interaction. Developed program, provided care, evaluated results, participated in related professional organizations. Institute for Dialogical Advancement 2002-present Founding Board Member/ Practitioner: Dedicated to education of health care providers in the dialogical method promoting healing in the practitioner-client relationship. Developed outreach and training programs for health professionals. Currently conducting research to extend the theoretical basis for practice application of the dialogical method in nursing. California State University, Dominguez Hills July-Dec 1998 Lecturer, Master s Program Maternal Child Health Nursing. Sunnybrook Medical Center, Research Associate Toronto, Canada The effects of maternal perception of control on their satisfaction with their birthing experience Education Doctor of Philosophy in Relational Psychology Ph.D. Trinity College of Graduate Studies
3 MARY E. MOLLE R.N., Ph.D. page 3 Dissertation: Relationship and Caring in Psychology and Nursing: The Dialogue of Interhuman Healing. Specialty: The integration of psychology and nursing. Holistic Health and Healing in the practitioner-client relationship. Honors: Commencement Speaker Master of Science in Nursing (M.Sc.N.), University of Toronto. Ontario Canada Specialty: Parent-Child Nursing/ Community Health; emphasis: the Childbearing Family in the Community Thesis entitled: The Experience of Parent's Interaction with their Infants During the First Six Weeks Postpartum. Honors Ontario Graduate Scholarship 1986, 1987 Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.), Cum Laude, University of California at Los Angeles, California Specialties: Obstetrics, and Public Health. Emphasis on preventative as well as critical health-care in a high risk, lowincome patient population. Psychology minor: emphasis on Infant/Child Development and Crisis Intervention Counseling. Professional Association of Community Health Nurse Educator s(achne) Board of Directors (National Standards Org) Graduate Education Task Force (ACHNE) August 2006 present Chair, Nominating Committee (ACHNE) June Program Committee, 2006 Annual Institute (ACHNE) Reviewer, Public Health Nursing Journal August present Southern California Community Health Nurse Educators Council and Council of Five member to present American Public Health Association (APHA)-Public Health Nursing section. Southern California Public Health Association (SCPHA) Public Health Nursing section. Sigma Theta Tau Int l, Nursing Honor Society, Rho Beta Chapter - President May 1996-present. Reviewer STTI Odyssey Conferences 2002, 2003, American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA) International Association for Human Caring (IAHC) NCAST Instructor (certification) Certification in parent-child interaction through the University of Washington. American Nurses Association (ANA/C) HASC Inland Nursing Leadership Council Dec 1995-present Jan 07-present IAHEC, Inland Area Health Educators Council. Jan to ACTS, Association of Christian Therapists. Jan 2001 to present. An interdisciplinary group of Healthcare professionals, providing research and
4 MARY E. MOLLE R.N., Ph.D. page 4 practice in holistic health care. C.S. Lewis Foundation 2001-present Inspired by C.S. Lewis, the goal is the renewal of Christian scholarship and artistic expression throughout the mainstream of our colleges and universities. Program Committees ACHNE Research Institute June , Pasadena, CA (3 conferences), Nursing Odyssey: Exploring Research and Education. The Sigma Theta Tau Southern California Research Conferences, San Diego, California, October 16-18, 1997, Long Beach, CA Oct. 16, 17, Ontario, CA Oct CSUSB Faculty Advisor to the Coyote Nurses, a chapter of the National and California Student Nurses Association (NSNA). Sept University of Toronto Honour Society in Nursing Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario (RNAO) Student Nurses' Association of California Director of Government Relations, State Executive Board
5 MARY E. MOLLE R.N., Ph.D. page 5 Publications/Presentations: (listed oldest to newest) 1. M. Molle (1988) The experience of parent s and their newborns during the first six weeks postpartum. Master s Thesis. University of Toronto, June M. Molle (1997). The Importance of Usability Testing for New Media in Nursing Education. Perpetual Learning for Competent Nursing Practice. ANA Council on Perpetual Nursing Education. Indianapolis, Indiana 3. M. Molle (1997). Innovative Teaching Strategies for ESL Nursing Students: A Pilot Study and Implications for Education. The Sigma Theta Tau Southern California Research Conference: Nursing Odyssey: Exploring Research and Education, San Diego, California. 4. M. Molle, M. Raines. (1998) Community Co Laboratories Collaborative Partnerships with Community Healthcare Agencies., Lily West Conference, Lake Arrowhead, California March 6-8, M. Molle, M. Raines. (1999). Sustaining Community-Based Primary Care: Policies, Partnerships, and Practice. Kingsmill Resort. Williamsburg, VA. 6. M. Molle, M. Wilson. (2000) Nursing Leadership: Seniors as Teaching Assistants. Eleventh annual Nurse Educators Conference in the Rockies. Breckenridge, CO. 7. M. Molle (2002). Relationship and Caring in Psychology and Nursing: The Dialogue of Interhuman Healing. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Trinity College of Graduate Studies. 8. M. Molle (2003) Relationship and Caring in Psychology and Nursing: The Dialogue of Interhuman Healing: International Association for Human Caring. June 1-5, Boulder, Colorado. 9. M. Molle (2004) Preparing Baccalaureate Students to practice Public Health Nursing using the Public Health for the 21 st Century Model: techniques and strategies. Poster presented at: Association of Community Health Nursing Educators, 2004 ACHNE/ASTDN Joint Meeting. Minneapolis, MN. June 3-5, M. Molle, L. Roy (2005). The Challenges of Providing Evidence-Based Practice in Faith-Based Communities. Association of Community Health Nurse Educators Spring Institute, Hartford CT. 11. Molle, M. (2005). Quantifying the healing Relationship: Tool Development in the measurement of the healing interaction. International Association for Human Caring Annual Research Conference. Lake Tahoe, California. 12. Molle (2005). Quantifying the healing Relationship: Tool Development in the measurement of the healing interaction. International Journal for Human Caring. 9 (2): Goold, E., Molle M. (2006). Meeting the needs of the vulnerable in Pasadena, CA while addressing nursing workforce issues: a collaborative model. Paper presented at: Association of Community Health Educators Spring Institute, Pasadena, CA. 14. Molle, M., Rane-Szostak, D. (2006). Innovative Strategies for C/PH Nursing Education in Communities with Insufficient Qualified Practitioners. Symposium presented at: Association of Community Health Educators Spring Institute, Pasadena, CA. June 1-3, Molle, M. (2006). Assisting Nursing Students with ADD/ADHD to become successful nurses. Paper presented at: Joint Southern California STTI Chapters Nursing Odyssey Conference. Ontario, CA October 26, 27, Spencer, P., Grinyer, J., Jaques, S., Molle, M. (2007) Symbiotic partnerships: Meeting the health education needs of detained minors and the clinical needs of student nurses. Presented at: Association of Community Health Educators/ Association of State and Territorial Directors of Nursing Joint Conference, Kansas City, KS. May 31-June 2, Molle, M., Rane-Szostak, D., (2007). Invited Paper. A nationwide sharing of innovative strategies for C/PH Nursing education and practice partnerships. For presentation at: Association of Community Health Educators/ Association of State and Territorial Directors of Nursing Joint Conference, Kansas City, KS. May 31-June 2, Spencer, P., Molle M. (2007). Student Nurse Perceptions on commuting related to on-time arrival
6 MARY E. MOLLE R.N., Ph.D. page 6 at clinical experiences. Presented at: Joint Southern California STTI Chapters Nursing Odyssey Conference. Ontario, CA October 18, 19, Levin, P., Cary, A., Kulbock, P., Leffers, J., Molle, M., & Polivka, B. (2007). Graduate Education for Advanced Practice Public Health Nursing: At the Crossroads (Position Paper). Wheat Ridge, CO: Association of Community Health Nurse Educators. 20. Molle, M., Cary, A., Kulbock, P., Leffers, J., Levin, P., Polivka, B. (2008) New Initiatives in Advanced Practice Public Health Nursing. Presented at the AACN Master s Education Conference, Newport Beach, CA. Feb 21-23, Levin, P., Cary, A., Kulbock, P., Leffers, J., Molle, M., & Polivka, B. (2008). Graduate Education for Advanced Practice Public Health Nursing: At the Crossroads. Public Health Nursing, 25(2), Levin, P., Cary, A., Kulbock, P., Leffers, J., Molle, M., & Polivka, B. (2008). Member Discussion Session: Educational Approaches for Preparing Advanced Practice Public Health Nurses. Invited Discussion at the Association of Community Health Educators Annual Institute, Atlanta, GA. June 5-7, Molle, M. (2008) RIMI Health Disparities Summer Fellowship: Steps to develop a Sustainable Community Action Participatory Research Program for At Risk Parents of Young Children. ($15,000) Seattle WA and Riverside, CA. California State University, San Bernardino. 24. Kim, Y., Molle, M. (2008) Identifying Postpartum Depresssion: A Community Needs Assessment. Presented at the Thirteenth Joint Southern California Chapters STTI Nursing Odyssey Conference Greer, M., Chavez, D., Molle, M. Health Scholar Program; A Strategy to Eliminate Health Inequity and Disparity. Presented at the th Annual SOPHE, San Diego, CA. October 23-25, Cary, A., Kulbock, P., Leffers, J., Levin, P., Molle, M., & Polivka, B. (2008). Learning to Manage a "Flat World": Advanced Public Health Nursing Education at the Edge. Accepted for presentation at the 136th APHA Annual Meeting & Exposition, San Diego, CA. October Smith-Stoner, M., Molle, M. (2009). Collaborative Action Research: Implementation of Cooperative Learning. Accepted for publication in the Journal of Nursing Education. 28. Lee, E., Molle, M. (2009). The Effect of Self-Help Tai Chi Over 16 Weeks In Community Program for Older Korean-American Women, 20 th International Nursing Research Congress on Evidence-Based Practice,Vancouver, BC. July 13-17, 2009.