1 Mark Siemon, Ph.D., RN, APHN-BC, CPH 1 MARK SIEMON, RN, APHN-BC, MPH, MSN, CPH 1628 W. REINHART DR. BOISE, ID (208) (Office & voice mail) EDUCATION 2014 Doctorate of Philosophy in Nursing Health Policy Concentration University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 2006 Master of Public Health & Master of Community Nursing University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 1993 Bachelor of Science, Nursing Boise State University, Boise, ID 1985 Bachelor of Arts, Industrial Education and Technology Western State College, Gunnison, CO PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE August 2013 to present Assistant Professor, tenure track, Boise State University, School of Nursing, Boise, ID. September 2010 Teaching Associate/Assistant, University of New Mexico College of to August 2013 Nursing. Teaching undergraduate nursing education including community health nursing and professional nursing concept courses (see teaching experience below). June 2008 to July 2011 June 2008 to June 2010 Fellow, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nursing and Health Policy Collaborative, Doctorate of Philosophy in Nursing program, University of New Mexico College of Nursing. Interdisciplinary program of study focused on health policy. Public Health Consultant, provided public health consulting and grant writing services to Pueblo of San Felipe and other non-profit organizations (see successful grant applications, ). September 2000 Director, Pueblo of San Felipe Health & Wellness Department. Provided to June 2008 general supervision and program development for contract (P.L ) Tribal Health Program with staff 30 FTE and annual funding of $4 million in federal, state, and private grants and contracts. Activities include working with tribal, state, and federal partners, negotiating annual funding agreement, developing program budgets, developing program goals & objectives, developing quality assurance program.
2 Mark Siemon, Ph.D., RN, APHN-BC, CPH 2 July 1999 to Diabetes Grant Program Coordinator, Pueblo of San Felipe, NM. September 2000 Activities include annual grant application and reporting, as well as planning primary and secondary prevention activities, school-based nutrition and physical education program development, clinic-based diabetes education, and community education. August 1998 to July 1999 Community Health Nurse, U.S. Public Health Service, Santa Fe Service Unit, San Felipe Pueblo, NM. Provided community health nursing services to members of Pueblo of San Felipe, including maternal child health visits, diabetes prevention and education, adult and pediatric case management, health promotion & disease prevention, home health and school health activities. January 1996 to Community Health Nurse, U.S. Public Health Service, Chinle August 1998 Service Unit, AZ. Provided community health nursing services to communities in Northeastern Arizona (see description of activities August 1998 to July 1999). Team Leader of Tsaile Health Center Community Health Nursing Department, Tsaile, AZ (5/97 to 8/98). Coordination of services with Chinle Service Unit Director of Public Health Nursing, community health nursing services to remote rural communities. Additional activities include Tuberculosis Control Program Coordinator and facilitator for Public Health Strategy Working Group. October 1995 to Contract Community Health Nurse, temporary hire, Santa Fe January 1996 Service Unit, Santa Clara Health Center. Provided community health nursing services to Santa Clara and Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo tribal members (see description of activities August 1998 to July 1999). August 1993 to June 1995 Community Health Nurse/Disease Intervention Specialist, Central District Health Department, Boise, ID. Provided communicable disease investigation to residents of an urban health district. Job duties included communicable disease investigations and monitoring, including sexually transmitted infection & HIV case investigation, hepatitis B immunization monitoring, tuberculosis screening and clinic coordination (1/95-5/95), international refugee screening and clinic coordination (1/95-5/95). June 1993 to Staff Nurse, Wood River Medical Center, Sun Valley, ID. Provided September 1993 inpatient nursing care to adult and pediatric patients in a small rural hospital. June 1992 to May 1993 Veterans Administration Learning Opportunity Residency (VALOR) student nursing internship, VA Medical Center, Boise ID.
3 Mark Siemon, Ph.D., RN, APHN-BC, CPH 3 RELATED EXPERIENCE Board member, Idaho Public Health Association, 2014-present. American Red Cross volunteer CPR/AED/First Aid Instructor, Board member, New Mexico Alliance for School Based Health Care, Member, New Mexico Department of Health American Indian Health Advisory Committee, Association of Community Health Nursing Educators, member since American Nurses Association, member since American Public Health Association, member since U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, Gabon, west Africa, TEACHING EXPERIENCE Boise State University School of Nursing NURS 416 Community and Population Health (Fall, 2013; Spring 2014) Co-instructor, course addresses concepts related to health of populations, vulnerable groups, epidemiology, population assessment, environmental health, disaster preparedness and population-focused health promotion. NURS 417 Community and Population Health Lab (Fall, 2013; Spring 2014) Co-instructor, course provides students opportunities to practice skills required by professional nurses working in community and population health. Students perform targeted community assessments centered on an identified need or question of a population or agency working with a population. University of New Mexico College of Nursing N492 Professional Nursing Concepts III ( ). Co-instructor, course addresses concepts related to health care organizations and health care systems, including policy, economics, quality, and ethical-legal issues for senior Bachelor of Science in Nursing students. N329 Community and Population Health Nursing ( ). Co-instructor/developer. Developed new course combining two community health courses (N315 & N331) into a redesigned course emphasizing the AACN Essential VII: Clinical Prevention and Population Health. N390 Professional Nursing Concepts I (2012). Co-instructor, course addresses introductory professional nursing concepts, including communication, professionalism, caring, change & motivation, and culture & diversity, for entry level Bachelor of Science in Nursing students. N419 Capstone Clinical (2012). Clinical instructor, supervision of clinical education for senior Bachelor of Science in Nursing students working in various health care settings.
4 Mark Siemon, Ph.D., RN, APHN-BC, CPH 4 Teaching Experience Cont. N431L Community Assessment (RN to BSN online, Summer ). Coordinator for RN to BSN community health nursing course. The course taught concepts of community nursing and population health using communities as client models. Online distance learning format. N331 Principles and Application Community Assessment (2012). Co-instructor, course addresses community-level determinants and population indicators of health, including social and environmental determinants of health and health disparities. N447 Family and Community Health Practicum (2011). Clinical instructor for RN to BSN students completing community health nursing clinical practicum hours. Online distance learning format. N313L Core Nursing Practicum II ( ). Coordinated (Fall 2011) community clinical course for level 1 students, including development of influenza immunization skills lab and integration of influenza vaccination clinical experience into course. N315L Core Nursing Practicum III ( ). Supervised clinical education for students working with parenting families in various health care settings in the community. N411 Pediatric Clinical Intensive (Community Pediatrics Section, 2011). Supervised clinical education for students working with school nurses. Nursing 224: Application of Concepts of Growth and Development (2011). Instructor for final 7 weeks of undergraduate nursing prerequisite course reviewing growth and development theories of adults through end of life. AWARDS Graduate Scholar Award, International Sport & Society Conference, Virginia Crenshaw Community Service & Advocacy Award, Sigma Theta Tau, Gamma Sigma Chapter, Top Five Individual Presentations at the University of New Mexico Graduate & Professional Student Conference, April Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellowship Outstanding Graduate Alumni Award, UNM College of Nursing, Outstanding Student in Public Health Award, UNM MPH Program, Academic Excellence Award, UNM Master of Public Health Program, 2006 Pueblo of San Felipe Employee of the Year, Sigma Theta Tau, Nursing Honor Society, Inducted 1992.
5 Mark Siemon, Ph.D., RN, APHN-BC, CPH 5 CERTIFICATIONS Advanced Public Health Nurse Board Certified (APHN-BC), ANCC Certification in Public Health (CPH), National Board of Public Health Examiners, Certified Community Health Nurse (RN-BC), ANCC FEMA Emergency Management for Framework for Tribal Governments, FEMA Introduction to Incident Command Systems & NIMS, FEMA Principles of Emergency Management, SUCCESSFUL GRANT APPLICATIONS Agency for Children & Families Tribal Home Visiting grant, Indian Health Service (IHS) Injury Prevention Program grant, CHIPRA Outreach grant for American Indian children, Graduate Research Development grant, University of New Mexico, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities grant, IHS Children & Youth Program grant, SAMHSA Circles of Care grant (co-author), IHS Public Health Nursing Case Management grant, U.S. Department of Education Carol M. White PEP Grant (co-author), IHS Health Promotion Disease Prevention grant, New Mexico Department of Homeland Security grant, Indian Health Service Basic Injury Prevention Program grant, Indian Health Service Tribal Management grant, Indian Health Service Diabetes Prevention Program Grant (co-author), Indian Health Service Special Diabetes Program for Indians grant RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS Conference Presentation: Health behaviors of Native American youth soccer players in New Mexico. International Conference on Sport and Society, Chicago, IL, June 15, Conference Presentation: Examination of health behaviors of Native American youth soccer players in New Mexico. New Mexico Shared Knowledge Conference, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, April17, Conference Presentation: Perceptions of certification and standardization of training of community health workers among health care professionals and social workers in New Mexico. American Public Health Association 2012 Annual Meeting, San Francisco CA, October 30, Poster Presentation: Health Behaviors of American Indian and Alaska Native Youth Soccer Players in New Mexico, Native Children s Research Exchange Conference, Denver, CO, October 5, 2012.
6 Mark Siemon, Ph.D., RN, APHN-BC, CPH 6 Conference Presentation: Perceptions on Certification and Training of Community Health Workers in NM. University of New Mexico Graduate Professional Student Research Conference, Albuquerque, NM April 23, Top 5 Presentations Award. Poster Presentation: Perceptions on Certification and Training of Community Health Workers in NM. Western Institute of Nursing 2012 Research Conference, Portland, OR, April 21, Conference Presentation: Perceptions of health care and social workers on certification and standardization of training for Community Health Workers in New Mexico. New Mexico Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, April 28, Conference Presentation: Perceptions of health care and social workers on certification and standardization of training for Community Health Workers in New Mexico. New Mexico Community Health Worker Association Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, December 9, Poster Presentation: Health Behaviors of American Indian and Alaska Native Youth Soccer Players in New Mexico, Western Institute of Nursing Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Glendale, AZ, April Poster Presentation: Health Behaviors of Native American Youth Soccer Players in New Mexico. Association for Prevention Teaching and Research Annual Conference. Washington, DC, March Conference Presentation: Communities of Practice: How can we increase participation in development of CHW training and credentialing guidelines? New Mexico Community Health Worker Association Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, October 30, 2009 Conference Presentation (co-presenter): Public Health Professionals as Advocates, National Indian Health Board Annual Consumer Conference, Temecula, CA, October Conference Presentation (co-presenter): Community Wellness Program for Children and Youth, Indian Health Service National Diabetes Conference, Denver, CO, July Conference Presentation (co-presenter): Community Approaches to Addressing the Health Needs of AI/AN Children and Youth, American Academy of Pediatrics, CATCH Conference, Chicago, IL, July 2004 (co-presenter). Conference Presentation: Walk-Around-the-World, school-based walking program. Indian Health Service Diabetes Prevention workshop, Gallup, NM, 2000.
7 Mark Siemon, Ph.D., RN, APHN-BC, CPH 7 PUBLICATIONS Oetzel, J., Wallerstein, N., Solimon, A., Garcia, B., Siemon, M., et al., (2011). Creating an instrument to measure people s perception of community capacity in American Indian communities. Health Education & Behavior, 38(3), Kieffer, R., Baum, S., Siemon, M., & Padilla, J. (2009). Partnering for a healthier tomorrow: Preventing and managing chronic disease in New Mexico. Albuquerque, NM: New Mexico First. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=3&ved=0c DYQFjAC&url=http%3A%2F%2Fnmfirst.org%2FLiteratureRetrieve.aspx%3FID% 3D52233&ei=sGBgUqeBEaOUiQLrq4HwAw&usg=AFQjCNGEFVw4d1gOnsiqw1 HDsgTp7HNCwQ&sig2=v7hrEIugv8VjcvmhXWdzNA&bvm=bv ,d.cGE Submitted for publication Siemon, M., Lobo, M. L., Boursaw, B., Peñaloza, L., & Green, D. (2013). Health Behaviors of American Indian Youth Soccer Players in New Mexico. Submitted for publication to: Preventing Chronic Disease