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1 CURRICULUM VITAE - TOM OLSON Bouvé College of Health Sciences Northeastern University 123 Behrakis Health Sciences Center 360 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA Ph: (617) EDUCATION Behavior Therapy Institute, Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic, Pittsburgh, PA, Postgraduate Training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Ph.D. in Nursing, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, M.S. in Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing, Rochester Community College, Rochester, MN, A.D. in Nursing with Honors, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, graduate courses in psychology, University of Minnesota, Duluth, B.S. in History with Honors, CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE Clinical Specialist in Adult Psychiatric and Mental Health, American Nurses Credentialing Center, Number (next renewal: Feb. 2018). Registered Nurse, Massachusetts, License Number RN (next renewal: Sept. 2014). Registered Nurse, New York, License Number (next renewal: Aug. 2014). PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Academic Positions Northeastern University, Bouvé College of Health Sciences, 7/13 present. o Associate Dean of Graduate Education (see Service below for selected responsibilities and accomplishments in this role) and Clinical Professor. Mercy College, School of Health and Natural Sciences, 8/ /13. o Dean (see Service below for selected responsibilities and accomplishments in this role) and Professor (tenured). 1of 43

2 New York University, College of Nursing, 1/ /11. o Executive Associate Dean (see Service below for selected responsibilities and accomplishments in this role) and Professor (tenured). University of Texas at El Paso, School of Nursing, 8/04 --1/09 (see also adjunct status). o Professor (tenured), 8/ /09; adjunct professor, 1/09 6/13. o Director, Interdisciplinary Health Sciences PhD Program, College of Health Sciences & School of Nursing, 8/ /09. o Assistant Dean, Graduate Nursing Affairs, School of Nursing, 1/ /06. o Acting Dean, School of Nursing, as needed during the dean s absences, 1/ /06. University of Hawaii at Manoa, School of Nursing & Dental Hygiene, 1/ /05. o Associate Professor (tenured), University of Hawaii at Manoa, 6/ /05 (partial leave, 8/ /05). o Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1/93--6/96. o Administrative roles: Coordinator, Graduate Psychiatric-Mental Health Program; Acting Department Chair, as needed during the chair s absences; Coordinator, Undergraduate Psychiatric-Mental Health Program (see Service below for specific responsibilities and dates). Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation, Minneapolis, MN, o Research Associate. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, o Graduate Teaching Assistant. University of the Virgin Islands, USVI, o Assistant Professor. Normandale Community College, Bloomington, MN, o Instructor. Olmsted County School District, Rochester, MN, o Teacher (secondary education). Clinical Positions Advanced psychiatric-mental health nursing, private clinical practice limited to clients with significant issues involving anxiety, Hennepin County Mental Health Center, Minneapolis, MN, o Clinical Nursing Specialist. Metropolitan Medical Center, Minneapolis, o Staff & Charge Nurse. TEACHING (previous courses available upon request): 2of 43

3 Mercy College, School of Health and Natural Sciences: o Undergraduate (upper division) and Graduate Health Policy (N512; selected lectures: health policy & program evaluation) NYU College of Nursing: o Undergraduate Freshman Honors Seminar: Comfort and Suffering (N ; cotaught; included honors students from throughout the university) o Undergraduate (upper division) and Graduate Issues and Trends within the Health Care System (N ) Theories in Nursing and Social Sciences ( ) o Graduate PhD Student Teaching Practicum (supervised experience) University of Texas at El Paso: o Undergraduate Family Situational Stress (N3609; psychiatric nursing content) o Graduate Effective Teaching Strategies (NURS 5347) Managing Diverse Work Teams (NURS 5366) Theories and Processes in Nursing (NURS 5310) Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Medical and Medication Management (NURS 5394) Directed Study (CHSC 6390) Independent Study (CHSC 6385) Independent Study (NURS 5194) University of Hawaii at Manoa: o Undergraduate Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing (N371) Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Lab (N371L) Honors Student Research Advisement/NIMH COR Program (N399) Professional Nursing III: Mental Health (N435) Nursing Science IV: Ethics (N462) Professional Issues and Trends (N486) Healthcare Study Tour of Thailand (N399/N699) o Graduate Disciplinary Knowledge I (N639) Mental Health Nursing II (N622) Advanced Practice Mental Health Practicum I (N645) Advanced Practice Mental Health Practicum II (N646) Evidenced-Based Nursing Practice II (N761) Graduate Research (N699) University of Pennsylvania o Graduate Nursing, Health and Sickness in the U.S. (N518; co-taught in conjunction with Brunner Fellowship) 3of 43

4 AWARDS, GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS & OTHER FUNDING (excluding travel awards) [Travel awards listed separately. Principal Investigator except as noted. Listing includes: title of award, grant, or fellowship; funding agency and amount; project title and dates.] Research Grant, NIH/National Institute of Nursing Research (NIH R03 NR ), Factors Affecting OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border, $148,000, 8/1/06-7/31/08 (no-cost extensions, 8/1/08-7/31/10). Research Grant, Sharon Davies Memorial Award, Freedom from Fear Foundation, New York Multifamily Behavioral Treatment (MFBT) to Address OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border: A Pilot Project, $5,000, 12/15/07-12/15/08. Translation Award, Multifamily Behavioral Treatment (MFBT) to Address OCD and Health Disparities, Hispanic Health Disparities Center, El Paso, TX (NIH P20 MD ), $5,000, 1/15/08-9/1/08. Research Award, Hispanic Health Disparities Center, El Paso, TX (NIH P20 MD ), Community Based Study of OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border, $38,644, 7/1/06-6/31/08. Research Grant, Center for Border Health Research, El Paso, TX, The Mental Health Status of El Paso and Dona Ana county Residents: An Analysis of the 2002 Paso del Norte Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Data, $5,000, 1/06-6/06. [co-investigator: J. Bader] Research Grant, Hispanic Health Disparities Research Center, University of Texas at El Paso, Epidemiological Health Survey of a Colonia in the El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico Border Region, $52,298, 11/1/05-11/31/07. [role: co-investigator; principal investigator: R. Anders] Research Grant, University of Texas at El Paso, funding for preliminary study and grant preparation, Preliminary Study of Health Disparities, Quality of Life & OCD at the U.S.- Mexico Border, $41,000 plus in-kind support, 11/15/04-11/15/05. Research Grant, Center for the Advancement of Health Disparities Research, NIH/National Institute for Nursing Research (NIH P20 NR08360), $10,000, The Lived Experience of OCD in a Multicultural Community, 3/04-6/05. [program head: M. McCubbin] Lavinia L. Dock Award for Exemplary Historical Research and Writing, $300, for Handling the sick: The women of St. Luke's and the Nature of nursing, , from the American Association for the History of Nursing, 10/04. Research Grant, Sigma Theta Tau International, $4,725, Voices of Diversity Courage and Care: Oral Histories of Hawaii Nurses, 6/03-6/04. Research Grant, Office of Nursing Research, University of Hawaii, $4,721, Voices of Diversity Courage and Care: Oral Histories of Hawaii Nurses, 4/03-2/04. Research Grant, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Department of Health and 4of 43

5 Human Services (R24 HS ), $108,491, Assessment of Mental Health Outcomes: Is There a Difference Between Ethnic Groups, co-investigator: R. Anders, 9/30/01-8/31/04. [This is one of three projects that was part of the Hawaii Minority Research Infrastructure Support Program; program head: E. Cadman.] Society for Nursing History Post-Doctoral Research Award, American Association for the History of Nursing, $1,000, Voices of Diversity, Healing and Care: Oral Histories of Hawaii Nurses, 8/00-1/02. Research Grant, Gamma Psi Chapter-at-Large of Sigma Theta Tau International Research, Grant, $500, Voices of Healing and Care: Oral Histories of Hawaii Nurses, 11/99-1/01. Facilitating Services Award, School of Nursing, University of Hawaii, $345, Severely and Persistently Mentally Ill in Hawaii: Profile and Implications, Career Development Award, The Transcultural Nursing Society, $1,000, Meanings of Madness in Early Twentieth-Century Hawaii, 3/96-3/97. Frances A. Matsuda Chair Award, School of Nursing, University of Hawaii, $185, The Evolution of Psychiatric Nursing in the United States, Fall Frances A. Matsuda Chair Award ($500), School of Nursing, University of Hawaii, $500, Caring, Gender and the Struggle to Define Nursing, Spring Research Grant, Minnesota Historical Society Research Grant, St. Paul, $1,500, The Women of St. Luke s and the Evolution of Nursing, Research Grant, Gamma Psi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, $1,000, The Evolution of Concepts and Practices related to Mental Health and Illness, Research Award, The Queen s Medical Center, Honolulu, $9,600 (plus in-kind support), Assessment of In-patient Treatment of Schizophrenic Patients, [Coinvestigator; R. Anders, P.I.] Faculty Development Award, School of Nursing, University of Hawaii, $1,400, Fundamental and Special: The Dilemma of Advanced Practice Psychosocial Nursing, Lillian Sholtis Brunner Summer Fellowship ($2,500), Center for the Study of the History of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, $2,500, The Evolution of Concepts and Practices related to Mental Health and Illness, Research and Training Revolving Fund Award, University of Hawaii, $8,945, The Evolution of Concepts and Practices related to Mental Health and Illness, Faculty Development Award, School of Nursing, University of Hawaii, $1,000, Professionalization, Gender, and the Language of Training, , Summer Scholarly Activities Fund Grant, Gamma Psi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, $200, Professionalization, Gender, and the Language of Training, , Summer of 43

6 Council on Graduate Education for Administration in Nursing Scholar Award, American Nurses Foundation, $2,700, The Women of St. Luke s and the Evolution of Nursing, Dissertation Fellowship, Graduate School, University of Minnesota, $11,000, The Women of St. Luke s and the Evolution of Nursing, Research Grant, Sigma Theta Tau International, $3,000, The Women of St. Luke s and the Evolution of Nursing, Research Grant, Zeta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, $500, The Women of St. Luke s and the Evolution of Nursing, Doctoral Dissertation Special Research Grant, Graduate School, University of Minnesota, $1,200, The Women of St. Luke s and the Evolution of Nursing, Psychiatric-Mental Health Traineeship Grant, U.S. Public Health Service, tuition and stipend, Mary Doyle Memorial Nursing Scholarship, Rochester Community College, Rochester, MN, $750, Tozer Scholarship, University of Minnesota, Duluth, $2,500, Grant Applications Submitted Role Assumed by Other Faculty Due to Change in Position: Promoting Success, Excellence & Diversity in an Interdisciplinary Health Sciences PhD Program, UT System ($500,000 plus matching funds; submitted 10/08; role: PI). COR: Training Underrepresented Students for Mental Health Research, NIH (submitted 10/08; role: Advisory Committee Member). Selected Grant Applications Submitted But Not Funded: OCD Multifamily Behavioral Treatment for Latinos: Ethnicity, Culture & Efficacy, R21, National Institutes of Health ($275,000; submitted 6/16/08; role: PI). MFBT for OCD in Latino Populations: Improving Access and Cultural Sensitivity, OC Foundation ($40,113), submitted 2/1/08. Master of Science in Clinical Research, National Institutes of Health (Co-P.I.; R. Armijos, Co-P.I.; R. Anders, P.I.), submitted 11/07. A Multifamily Group Treatment Intervention to Address OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border: A Pilot Project, Center for Border Health Research Grant ($69,021), submitted 6/07. Improving Quality of Life through Better Communication Between Families and People Living with OCD at the U.S.-Mexico Border, Sharon Davies Memorial Award, Freedom from Fear Foundation, New York, submitted 9/06. OCD, Health Disparities, and Quality of Life at the U.S.-Mexico Border, R24, AHRQ Minority Research Infrastructure Support Program, National Institutes of Health ($160,766; Project Leader), submitted 1/31/06. Health Disparities, Quality of Life and OCD at the U.S.-Mexico Border, OCF Research Award, submitted 1/6/06. Health Disparities, Quality of Life and OCD at the U.S.-Mexico Border, Sharon Davies Memorial Award, Freedom from Fear Foundation, New York, submitted 11/05. 6of 43

7 Mexican American Mental Health Outcomes, R34, National Institutes of Health. Health ($450,000; Co-investigator; R. Anders, P.I.), submitted 6/01/05. R01 Award, Home Follow-up for Hospitalized Persons with Schizophrenia: A Randomized Clinical Trial, National Institutes of Health ($526,422; Co-investigator; R. Anders, P.I.), submitted 10/01. Historical Research Fellowship, The Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry, University of Virginia, submitted 10/00. President s Diversity and Equity Fund, University of Hawaii, submitted R03 Award, National Institutes of Health, Grant No. R03HS T (Co-investigator; R. Anders, P.I.), submitted Amy Louise Hunter Fellowship for the History of Women and Public Policy, Wisconsin Historical Society, submitted R01 Awards, National Institute of Health (Co-Investigator; R. Anders, P.I.); Grant No. 1R01MH (Co-investigator; R. Anders, P.I.), submitted 1996, 1997, Fulbright Scholar Application, submitted TRAVEL AWARDS Travel Award, National Institute of Mental Health (administered by the Dept. of Psychiatry, Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine), in support of travel to Critical Research Issues in Latino Mental Health, $500, 3/08. Travel Awards, Hispanic Health Disparities Center, University of Texas at El Paso, in support of travel to the following: U.S.-Mexico Border Health Association Conference ( Health Disparities and OCD at the United States Mexico Border ), $350, 6/05; Anxiety Disorder Association of America Conference ( Understanding Risk and Resilience in Anxiety Disorders ), $1,800, 3/06; 8 th Annual Evidence-Based Practice Conference: Translating Research into Best Practice with Vulnerable Populations ( Community Based Study of OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border: Preliminary Findings ), 2/07, $385; U.S.-Mexico Border Health Association Conference ( Community Based Study of OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border ), 5/07, $ Travel Awards, School of Nursing, University of Texas at El Paso, in support of travel to the following: American Association for the History of Nursing Conference ( Handling the Sick: A Revisionist Approach to Nursing History, ), $300, 10/04; American Psychiatric Nurses Association Annual Conference ( Assessment of Acutely Mentally Ill Patient Outcomes in an Ethnically Diverse Population ), $300, 4/05; American Psychiatric Nurses Association Annual Conference ( From Primetime to Paradise: The Lived Experience of OCD in Hawaii ), $600, 10/06; 21 st Annual Conference of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association ( Factors Affecting OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border ), $600, 10/07. Travel Grant, Office of International Affairs, School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene, University of Hawaii, $1,500, Specialty in Spasm? Advanced Practice Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing in the United States, January of 43

8 Travel Award, University Research Council, University of Hawaii, $1,500, Buddhism, Behavior Change, and OCD, Fall Travel Award, University Research Council Travel Award, University of Hawaii, $2,000, The Lived Experience of Mental Illness, Fall Travel Award, University Research Council, University of Hawaii, $1,234, Too Small to be a Nurse : The Story of Rosie Chang, 1918-, Fall Travel Award, University Research Council, University of Hawaii at Manoa, $1,100, Handling the Sick: Gender and the Meaning of Nursing, Spring Travel Award, University Research Council, University of Hawaii, $750, When the Part Becomes the Whole: Cracks in the Ideological Foundation of American Psychiatric Nursing, Fall Travel Award, University Research Council, University of Hawaii, $1260, Making Sense of One World : Numbers, Narrative, and Nursing History, Spring Travel Award, University Research Council, University of Hawaii, $1,460, An Analysis of the Work Pattern of Nurses in Training, , Summer Travel Grant, Graduate School, University of Minnesota, $750, A Case Study of the St. Luke s Hospital Training School for Nurses, Travel Grant, School of Nursing, University of Minnesota, $750, Competing Paradigms and the St. Luke s Alumnae Association Minutes, , RESEARCH AND FUNDING OVERVIEW [Funding totals correspond to awards, grants and fellowships listed above.] Research area #1: the needs, outcomes and experiences of diverse psychiatric-mental health clients with serious and persistent mental illness. This research has focused on the following projects: Community Based Study of OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border ; Factors Affecting OCD and Health Disparities on the U.S.-Mexico Border ; The Lived Experience of OCD in a Multicultural Community ; Assessment of Acutely Mentally Ill Patient Outcomes: Is There a Difference Between Ethnic Groups? ; Assessment of In-patient Treatment of Schizophrenic Patients ; Health Disparities, Quality of Life & OCD at the U.S.-Mexico Border ; and Epidemiological Health Survey of a Colonia in the El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico Border Region ; and The Mental Health Status of El Paso and Dona Ana county Residents: An Analysis of the 2002 Paso del Norte Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Data. Funding total to date: $324,480 plus in-kind support. Research area #2: healthcare history. This research has a two-fold focus: 1) healthcare history in Hawaii and the Asia-Pacific region; and 2) the evolution of organized nursing in the United States, with an emphasis on issues related to gender and culture. It has included the following projects: Voices of Diversity Courage and Care: Oral Histories of Hawaii Nurses ; The Women of St. Luke s and the Nature of Nursing, 8of 43

9 "; and The Evolution of Organized Nursing in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Funding total to date: $33,575. Research area #3: the evolution of concepts and practices related to mental health and illness in diverse settings. This research has focused on the following projects: Buddhism, Behavior Change, and OCD ; Meanings of Madness in Early Twentieth- Century Hawaii ; and The Evolution of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing in the United States. Funding total to date: $19,125. OTHER RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Advisory Board Member, Research Infrastructure in Minority Institutions (RIMI) Program, Dissemination Core, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY. Funded by the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (P20 MD ) [M. Sperling, P.I.] Co-Director, Dissemination Core, Hispanic Health Disparities Research Center, University of Texas at El Paso. Funded by the National Institutes of Health (P20 MD ) [D. Natalicio, P.I.] Co-Director, Research Core, Hispanic Health Disparities Research Center, University of Texas at El Paso. Funded by the National Institutes of Health (P20 MD ) [D. Natalicio, P.I.] Consultant. Strengthening Mental Health Researchers Project. Funded by a grant from the Thai government [S. Chirawatkul, P.I.] Research Assistant, Longitudinal Study of the Neurological Complications of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection. Funded by a grant from the U.S. Public Health Service (Grant No. NS ) [F. Langendorf, P.I.] Principal Investigator, A Survey of Nurses' Attitudes toward Gay Clients. Master's thesis. University of Minnesota. Funded by a Psychiatric-Mental Health Traineeship Grant, U.S. Public Health Service PUBLICATIONS [Key: *databased; + refereed] Book * + Olson, T. & Walsh, E. (2004). Handling the sick: The women of St. Luke's and the nature of nursing, The Ohio State University Press: Columbus, OH. [ISBN: (cloth); (CD); winner of the 2004 Lavinia L. Dock Award for Exemplary Historical Research and Writing from the American Association for the History of Nursing.] Articles (articles currently in review listed after published abstracts) 9of 43

10 Olson, T. (2013). [Review of American Melancholy: Constructions of Depression in the Twentieth Century by L. Hirshbein.] Nursing History Review, 21, Olson, T. (Spring 2012). Excellence in diversity. Newsletter of Mercy s School of Health & Natural Sciences, 1, 1-2. Olson, T. (2010). [Review of Mania: A short history of bipolar disorder by D. Healy.] Nursing History Review, 18, * + Olson, T., & Tapia, S. (2009). Nataniel, NAFTA, and well-being along the U.S.-Mexico border. Public Health Nursing, 26(6), * + Anders, R., Perez-Eguia,, E., Ibarra, J., Camilletti, C., Bean, N.H., Flores-Padilla, L., Olson, T., Robinson, K., et al. (2009). A comparative health survey of two colonias located on the US/Mexico border. Hispanic Health Care International, 7(2), Olson, T. (2009). Understanding OCD on the Texas-Mexico border. NYU Nursing, 7(2), * + Anders, R., Olson, T., Robinson, R., Wiebe, J., DiGregorio, R., Guillermina, M., Albrechtsen, J., Bean, N.H., & Ortiz, M. (2008). A health survey of a colonia located on the West Texas, US/Mexico border. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, (Epub ahead of print; retrieved 9/25/2009 from * + Anders, R., Olson, T., Wiebe, J., Sias, Bean, N.H., DeGregorio, R., Guillermina, & Ortiz, M. (2008). Diabetes prevalence and treatment adherence in residents living in a colonia located on the West Texas, U.S./Mexico border. Nursing and Health Sciences. 10, * + Olson, T., Bader, J., Anders, R.L., & Perez, O. (2007). Mental health at the U.S.-Mexico border: A BRFSS glimpse. Hispanic Health Care International, 5(3), * + Perez, O., Olson, T., & Horton, K. (2007). Trastorno obsesivo compulsivo en la frontera México-Estados Unidos. La Revista Científica Electrónica de Psicología ICSa-UAEH, 3, * + Olson, T., Vera, B., & Perez, O. (2007). From primetime to paradise: The lived experience of OCD in Hawaii. Family & Community Health, 30(2S), * + Anders, R., Olson, T., & Bader, J. (2007). Assessment of acutely mentally ill patient satisfaction of care: Is there a difference between ethnic groups. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 28(3), * + Olson, T., Vera, B., & Perez, O. (2006). Preliminary study of OCD and health disparities at the U.S.-Mexico border. Hispanic Health Care International, 4(2), * + Olson, T. (2006). Trauma, policy and public health on the U.S.-Mexico border. Public Health Nursing, 24(1), of 43

11 * + Anders, R., Olson, T., & Bader, J. (2006). Assessment of acutely mentally ill patient outcomes in an ethnically diverse population. International Journal of Psychiatric Nursing Research, 11(3), Olson, T. (2006, May 12). Strategies can help with anxiety. El Paso Times, p. D3. Olson, T. (2006). [Review of The development of the Japanese nursing profession: Adopting and adapting western influences by A. Takahashi.] Nursing Inquiry, (4), Olson, T. (2006). [Review of Mental retardation in America: A historical reader by S. Noll & J.W. Trent Jr.] Nursing History Review, 14, Olson, T., Vera, B., & Perez, O. (2005, June 25). Obsesión compulsiva, caracteristicas y ayuda. El Diario, p. A12. [Reprinted 2005, July 9, p. A12]. + Olson, T. (2005). Searching for care: A personal journey. Nursing Forum, 40(2), Olson, T. (2005). [Review of The rise of mental health nursing: A history of psychiatric care in Dutch asylums, ] Nursing History Review, 13, Olson, T. (2004). Spasm or transformation? Advanced practice psychiatric nursing education in the United States. International Journal of Psychiatric Nursing Research, 10(1), Olson, T. (2003). Publishing in U.S. nursing journals: Suggestions for Thai scholars. CMU Nursing Journal, 30(4), * + Olson, T. (2003). Buddhism, behavior change, and OCD. Journal of Holistic Nursing. 21(2), * + Olson, T. (2002). From clinician to client: The lived experience of mental illness. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 23(5), * + Olson, T. (2002). Poems, patients, and psychosocial nursing. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 40(2), * + Ratliffe, C.E., Harrigan, R.C., Haley, J., Tse, A., & Olson, T. (2002). Stress in families with medically fragile children. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 25, * + Olson, T. (2001). Four therapists and a client: A personal journey. Psychiatric Services, 52(2), * + Olson, T. (2001). From clinician to client: The lived experience of mental illness. Proceedings of the 27 th Conference of Australian and New Zealand College of Mental Health Nurses, [This is an earlier version of the above paper by the same title, published on CD by ANZCMHN.] 11 of 43

12 Olson, T. (2001). [Review of A history of nursing in the field of mental retardation and developmental disabilities]. Nursing History Review, 9, * + Olson, T., & Anders, R.L. (2000). Ethnicity, marginalization and mental illness in Hawaii. Disability and Society, 15(3), * + Olson, T. (2000). Numbers, narratives, and nursing history. The Social Science Journal, 37(1), [This journal has a 12% acceptance rate, as cited in the Newsletter of the Western Social Science Association, 30(1), 2.] Olson, T. (2000). [Review of The nature of nursing: Reflections after 25 years]. Nursing Science Quarterly, 13(1), 85. *+ Olson, T., & Anders, R.L. (1999). Ethnicity, marginalization and mental illness in Hawaii. Proceedings of the Society for Disability Studies, 2(1), [This is a detailed summary of the article of the same name above.] Olson, T. (1999). [Review of The history of mental symptoms: descriptive psychopathology since the nineteenth century]. Nursing History Review, 7, * + Olson, T. (1998). Balancing theory and practice in nursing education: Case study of an historic struggle. Nursing Outlook, 46(6), * + Anders, R.L., & Olson, T. (1998). Chart audit of inpatient treatment of schizophrenic patients: Implications for development of coordinated care paths. Hawaii Medical Journal, 57(7), * + Olson, T. (1998). Numbers, narratives, and nursing history methodology. Image: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 30(1), Olson, T. (1998). Neurobiological insights into obsessive-compulsive disorder. Oahu Alliance for the Mentally Ill Newsletter, 2(1), 1-2. * + Anders, R. L., Tomai, J. S., Clute, R. M., & Olson, T. (1997). Development of a scientifically valid coordinated care path. The Journal of Nursing Administration, 27(5), * + Olson, T., & Anders, R. L. (1997). Severely and persistently mentally ill in Hawaii: Profile and implications. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 18, Olson, T. (1997). [Review of Dementia Care Specialists]. Nursing and Health Care Perspectives, 18(6), 324. Olson, T. (1997). [Review of Individualized Dementia Care: Creative, Compassionate Approaches]. Nursing and Health Care Perspectives, 18(6), 322. * + Olson, T. (1996). Fundamental and special: The dilemma of psychiatric-mental health nursing. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 10(1), [Also see Other Scholarly Products and Commentary on Research. ] 12 of 43

13 Olson, T. (1996, Winter). Looking to the future in psychiatric-mental health nursing. Leka aha ilono, 4. Olson, T. (1996). [Review of The science of woman: Gynaecology and gender in England, ]. IMAGE: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 28(4), 373. Olson, T. (1996). [Review of Mental health in nursing: Caring for body and mind]. NLN Update, 2(3), 11. Olson, T. (1996). [Review of From asylums to battered women's shelters]. Nursing History Review, 4, * + Olson, T. (1995). Recreating past separations and the employment pattern of nurses. Nursing Outlook, 43(5), Olson, T. (1995). [Review of Encounters with grief]. N & HC: Perspectives on Community, 16(5), Olson, T. (1995). [Review of Depression in the long term care setting]. N & HC: Perspectives on Community, 16(2), Olson, T. (1994). [Editorial--transcultural care and ethics]. Nursing Outlook, 42(5), 243. *Olson, T. (1994). Exploring the legacy of Dorothy Mereness and the evolution of psychiatric-mental health nursing. The Chronicle, 7(1), 3. Olson, T. (1994). [Review of Enhancing the abilities of persons with Alzheimer's and related dementias: A nursing perspective]. Nursing and Health Care, 15(7), Olson, T. (1994). [Review of On nursing: A literary celebration]. Nursing and Health Care, 15(5), * + Olson, T. (1993). Apprenticeship and exploitation: An analysis of the work pattern of nurses in training, Social Science History, 17(4), * + Olson, T. (1993). Laying claim to caring: Nursing and the language of training, Nursing Outlook, 41(2), Olson, T. (1992). [Review of The science of woman: Gynaecology and gender in England, ]. WHOM, 20, 8-9. * + Olson, T. (1991). The women of St. Luke's and the occupational evolution of nursing, Mid-America, An Historical Review, 73(2), * + Olson, T. (1991). The craftswomen of St. Luke's: A case study of the St. Luke's Hospital Training School for Nurses. Social History Research Laboratory Working Paper Series, University of Minnesota, 1-8. * + Olson, T. (1990). Competing paradigms and the St. Luke's alumnae association 13 of 43

14 minutes, Advances in Nursing Science, 12(4), * + Olson, T. (1990). A sojourn with two nurses of the Virgin Islands. Nursing Forum, 25(1), Book Chapters and Related Publications * + Olson, T. (2000). Rosie K. Chang. In V. Bullough & L. Sentz (Eds.), American nursing: A biographical dictionary (47-50). New York: Springer Publishing. Olson, T. (2000). Nursing care plan #2: Senior adult, depression. In L. D. Atkinson & M. E. Murray (Eds.), Understanding the nursing process in a changing care environment (pp ). New York: McGraw-Hill. * + Olson, T. (1997). Ordered to care? Professionalization, gender, and the language of training, In A. M. Rafferty & J. Robinson (Eds.), Nursing history and the politics of welfare (pp ). London: Routledge. + Olson, T. (1985). The need for self-esteem. In L. D. Atkinson & M. E. Murray (Eds.), Fundamentals of nursing: A nursing process approach (pp ). New York: Macmillan. + Olson, T. (1985). The need for self-actualization. In L. D. Atkinson & M. E. Murray (Eds.), Fundamentals of nursing: A nursing process approach (pp ). New York: Macmillan. Olson, T. (1985). Self-esteem and self-actualization. In L. D. Atkinson & M. E. Murray (Eds.), Teachers manual: Fundamentals of nursing (pp ). New York: Macmillan. Olson, T. (1985). The highest level needs: Self-esteem and self-actualization. In L. D. Atkinson & M. E. Murray (Eds.), Workbook in fundamentals of nursing: A nursing process approach (pp ). New York: Macmillan. Olson, T. (1983, 1986). Nursing care plan: Senior adult, depression. In L. D. Atkinson & M. E. Murray (Eds.), Understanding the nursing process (2 nd ed., 3 rd ed.; pp , ). New York: Macmillan. Dissertation Olson, T. (1991). The women of St. Luke's and the evolution of nursing, Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms. Published Abstracts Olson, T., Perez, O., & Horton, K. (2009). OCD Among Mexican-Origin Adults: Improving Access & Cultural Sensitivity. Proceedings of the 29 th Annual Conference of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America: Translating Research into Practice, Tamaya, New Mexico, March 13, of 43

15 Olson, T., Perez, O., & Horton, K. (2008). OCD Among Mexican-Origin Adults: Improving Access and Cultural Sensitivity, Proceedings of the 22 st Annual Conference of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA): Collaboration at Multiple Levels: Education, Research, Practice & Policy, Minneapolis, MN, October 17, [CD from APNA] Olson, T., Perez, O., & Horton, K. (2008). Una Enfermedad Real: OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border, Proceedings of Critical Research Issues in Mental Health Treatment of Latinos with Mental Disorders: Conceptual and Empirical Approaches, Santa Fe, New Mexico, March 11, [Publication available from the Dept. of Psychiatry, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Princeton, NJ] Olson, T., Perez, O., & Horton, K. (2007). Factors Affecting OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border, Proceedings of the 21 st Annual Conference of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA): Innovation in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Practice, Education & Research, Orlando, Florida, October 6, [CD from APNA] Olson, T., Perez, O., Horton, K., Tapia, S., & Vera, B. (2007). Community Based Study of OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border: Preliminary Findings, Proceedings of the 65 th Annual Meeting of the United States Mexico Border Health Association, South Padre Island, Texas, May 21, [CD from United States Mexico Border Health Association] Anders, R., Olson, T., & Bader, J. (2006) Assessment of Acutely Mentally Ill Patient Satisfaction of Care: Is There a Difference Between Ethnic Groups, Proceedings of the 17 th International Nursing research Congress Focusing on Evidence-Based Practice, Montreal, Canada, July 19, [CD from Sigma Theta Tau International] Olson, T., Vera, B., & Perez, O. (2006) OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border, Proceedings of the 64 th Annual Meeting of the U.S.-Mexico Border Health Association, Monterrey, Mexico, May 3, [CD from the Association] Olson, T., Vera, B., & Perez, O. (2006). The Lived Experience of OCD in a Multicultural Community, Online Proceedings of the 48 th Annual Western Social Science Association Conference (Chronic Disease and Disabilities Studies Section), Phoenix, Arizona. Retrieved May 15, 2006 from Olson, T. (2006). NAFTA, Nataniel, and Well-Being along the U.S.-Mexico Border, Online Proceedings of the Association for Borderlands Studies Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona. Retrieved May 15, 2006 from Olson, T., Vera, B., & Perez, O. (2006) Preliminary Study of OCD and Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexico Border, Proceedings of the 26 th Annual Conference of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America, Miami, Florida. Anders, R. & Olson, T. (2005). Health Disparities and Acutely Mentally Ill Patients in Hawaii, Proceedings of the 16 th International Nursing Research Congress, Sigma Theta Tau International, Waikoloa, Hawaii. 15 of 43

16 Olson, T. & Vera, B. (2005). Health Disparities and OCD at the United States Mexico Border, Proceedings of the 63 rd Annual Meeting of the United States Mexico Border Health Association, Laredo, Texas. Olson, T. & Anders, R. (2004). Assessment of Acutely Mentally Ill Patient Outcomes in an Ethnically Diverse Population, Program Book: Psychiatric Mental-Health Nursing: Professional Unity Practice Diversity, American Psychiatric Nurses Association 18 th Annual Conference, Phoenix, Arizona. Olson, T., & Terada, K. (2004). Addressing Disparities with Poems, Patients and Psychosocial Nursing, Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Pacific Nursing Research Conference: Addressing Issues in Health Care Disparities through Research and Practice. Honolulu, Hawaii. Olson, T. (2003). Specialty in Spasm? Advanced Practice Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing in the United States, Proceedings of the International Conference Quality of Psychiatric Mental Health Care: Nurses Making a Difference. Bangkok, Thailand. Olson, T. (2002). Buddhism, Behavior Change and OCD, Abstracts of the Fifth Nursing Academic International Congress: Cultural Diversity in Alternative Health Care and Nursing Therapeutics. Khon Kaen, Thailand. Olson, T. (2001). From Clinician to Client: The Lived Experience of Mental Illness, Abstracts of New Insights: the 27 th Conference of Australian and New Zealand College of Mental Health Nurses. Melbourne, Australia. Olson, T. (2000). From Clinician to Client: The Lived Experience of Mental Illness, Abstracts of the Western Social Science Association, 42 nd Annual Conference. San Diego, CA. Flannelly, T., & Olson, T. (2000). Multivariate Analyses of the Relationship Between Course Grading in Class in Psychiatric/Mental-Health Nursing and Students Subsequent Performance on the NLN Achievement Examination in the Same Specialty Area, Improving Practice through Research, Application, & Outcomes Conference Proceedings. Honolulu, Hawaii. Olson, T. (1999). Too small to be a nurse : The story of Rosie Chang, 1918-, Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Conference of the American Association for the History of Nursing. Boston, Massachusetts. Olson, T. (1999). Too small to be a nurse : The story of Rosie Chang, 1918-, Proceedings of Clinical Research and the Managed Care Environment. Honolulu, Hawaii. Olson, T. & Anders, R.L. (1998). Balancing theory and practice: An historic struggle in nursing education in the United States. Proceedings of Nursing Research for a Changing World, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Olson, T. & Anders, R.L. (1998). Handling the sick: Gender and the meaning of nursing. 16 of 43

17 Proceedings of Nursing Research for a Changing World, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Olson, T. (1998). Handling the sick: Gender and the meaning of nursing. Communicating Nursing Research Conference Proceedings. 31, 163. Olson, T. (1998). Balancing theory and practice: An historic struggle to unleash the power of nursing. Proceedings of Unleashing the Power of Diversity through Nursing Research. Honolulu, Hawaii. Olson, T., & Anders, R. (1997). Severely and persistently mentally ill in Hawaii: Profile and implications. Proceedings of Nursing Research: Guiding Practice into the Next Millennium. Honolulu, HI. Olson, T., & Anders, R. (1997). Severely and persistently mentally ill in Hawaii: Profile and implications. Abstracts of the Western Social Science Association, 39 th Annual Conference. Albuquerque, NM. Olson, T. (1996). Making sense of one world : Numbers, narrative, and nursing history. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the American Association for the History of Nursing. Cleveland, OH. Olson, T. (1996). When the part becomes the whole: Cracks in the ideological foundation of American psychiatric nursing. Conference Handbook: Nursing, Women's History and the Politics of Welfare. University of Nottingham, England. Olson, T. (1996). Caring, gender and the struggle to define nursing. Abstracts of the Western Social Science Association, 38 th Annual Conference. Reno, NV. Olson, T. (1996). Pitfalls in specialization: The case of psychiatric-mental health nursing. Proceedings of Surfing the Tsunami of Change: Research Based Practice for the 21st Century. Honolulu, HI. Olson, T. (1995). Fundamental and special: The dilemma of advanced practice psychosocial nursing. Proceedings of the Sixth National Conference on Psychosocial Nursing Practice. University of Washington, Seattle. Olson, T. (1994). Apprenticeship and exploitation: An analysis of the work pattern of nurses in training, Proceedings of the 7 th International Research Congress. University of Sydney, Australia. Olson, T. (1994). Apprenticeship, exploitation and gender: An analysis of the work pattern of nurses in training. Proceedings of the Western Social Science Association Conference. Albuquerque, NM. Olson, T. (1993). Laying claim to caring: Professionalization, gender, and the language of training, Conference Handbook: Nursing, Women's History and the Politics of Welfare. University of Nottingham, England. Langendorf, F., & Olson, T. (1992). EEG and HIV: Correlation with neuropsychological impairment and other measures of AIDS dementia complex. Research at HCMC. 17 of 43

18 Minneapolis, MN. Olson, T. (1992). Ordered to care? Nursing and the language of training, Proceedings of the First International Conference on the History of Nursing. St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. Olson, T. (1992, Spring). The women of St. Luke's and the evolution of nursing, Sigma Theta Tau: Zeta Chapter, 3. Olson, T. (1989). Competing paradigms and the St. Luke's alumnae association minutes, Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference of the American Association for the History of Nursing, Baltimore, MD. Olson, T. (1989). The training school and the professionalization of nursing. Reflections, 15(3), 9. Other Selected Scholarly Products, Miscellaneous Writing, & Commentary: Olson, T. (Nov. 4, 2011). Dean of the Mercy College School of Health and Natural Sciences, Retreived May 7, 2012 from Olson, T. (October 1, 2011). Message from the Dean, Retreived April 12, 2012 from https://www.mercy.edu/academics/school-of-health-and-naturalsciences/message-from-the-dean [Interview]. Geloso, L. (August 2011). Dean of the School of Health and Natural Sciences. Retreived April 12, 2012 from https://www.mercy.edu/academics/school-of-healthand-natural-sciences/meet-the-new-dean-tom-olson Cross-Border OCD research (Olson, T., Perez, O., Horton, V., Tapia, S. & Vera, B.) community outreach: Radio interview. (2007, December 10). Radio KBNA 97.5 FM. El Paso, TX. Newspaper article: Comportamiento Obsesivo Compulsivo. (2007, November, 22). PM, p. 12. Radio interview. (2007, November 14). Radio KAMA 750 AM. El Paso, TX. Radio interview: Palabra Eficaz. (2007, November 7). Radio Manantial (91.1 FM), El Paso, TX. Television interview: Calendario Telefutura. (2007, October 31). Channel 65. El Paso, TX. Television interview: News at 5 (2007, October 30). KDBC Channel 4. El Paso, TX. Television interview: Calendario Telefutura. (2007, October 30). Channel 65. El Paso, TX. Radio interview. (2007, October 17). Radio KAMA 750 AM. El Paso, TX. Television interview: A Primera Hora. (2007, October 15). Canal 44, Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Television interview: Despierta El Paso! (2007, August 15). Univision Channel 26, El Paso, TX. Radio interview: Palabra Eficaz. (2007, August 13). Radio Manantial (91.1 FM), El Paso, TX. Radio interview: (2007, July 25). Radio Recuerdo (640 AM), Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. 18 of 43

19 Televisión interview: Expresiones (2007, July 23). Canal 5, Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Radio interview: En Un Dos Por Tres. (2007, July, 19). RadioNet (1490), Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Newspaper article: UTEP Study Looks at OCD on the Border. Collins, D. (2007, June 20). The Prospector, p. 4. Newspaper article: Realizan Pograma de Atención de Trastorno Mental. Cabullo, G. (2007, July 19). El Diario de El Paso, p. 4A. Radio interview: La Papaya with David Castillo. (2007, June 10). EXA (FM 98.3), El Paso, TX. Radio interview: Focus on Campus with Louie Sainz. (2007, May 25; re-broadcast 2007, June 29). KTEP, El Paso, TX. Newspaper article: Obsessions: UTEP Study Will Focus on OCD in Border Region. Valdez, D.W. (2007, May 21). El Paso Times. pp. B1-2. Television interview: Pido la Palabra. (2007, April 8) Canal 44, Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Television interview: Despierta El Paso! (2007, April 3) Univision (Channel 26), El Paso, TX. Radio interview: Qué mañana! (2007, March 23). RadioNet (1490 AM), Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Radio interview with local National Alliance for the Mentally Ill representative, V. Ortiz. (2006, November 6). Radio Manantial (91.1 FM), El Paso. Newspaper article: UTEP professor researches understudied disorder. Gomez, A. (2006, September 9). The Prospector, pp. 7, 9. Newspaper article: Padecen de Trastorno Obsesivo Compulsivo Hasta 67 mil Fronterizos. Rodriguez, S. (2006, August 20). El Diario, p. B10. Radio interview ( OCD Along the Border ). (2005, December 26). KTEP, El Paso. Radio interview. (2005, July 15). La Caliente (93.9 FM), El Paso, TX. [Description of OCD research]. Research/Awardees. (Fall 2007). The University of Texas at El Paso SON Magazine, 6. [Review of book, Handling the Sick ]. Bullough, V.L. (2006). Nursing History Review, 14, [Review of book, Handling the Sick ]. Mann Wall, B. (2005). Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 79(3), Olson, T. (2004, May 14). Michener experience reflected in housing bill. The Honolulu Advertiser, p. A19. [Review of book, Handling the Sick ]. Helmstadter, C. (2004). Nursing Inquiry, 11(3), [Review of book, Handling the Sick ]. Godden, J. (2004). Newsletter of the Australian Society of the History of Medicine, 4(7), 5. [Review of book, Handling the Sick ]. The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 26, 2004, of 43

20 Olson, T. (2004, February 13). What s the big deal? The Honolulu Advertiser, p. A17. [Description of oral history research.] Research grants awarded. (2003). Reflections on Nursing Leadership, 29(4), 47. Olson, T. (2003, September 30). Where are the calls for Bush impeachment. The Honolulu Advertiser, p. A9. Olson, T. (2002). A guide to getting published in U.S. nursing journals. Prepared for the Faculty of Nursing, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand. [Founder and editor of The Webster Express, UHM Nursing Faculty E-Letter: 1(1-2) March and September 2000.] Olson, T. (1999, December 26). Being gay is not a chosen lifestyle. The Honolulu Advertiser, p. B3. Olson, T. (1999, January 7). Heteros-only message mars experience with guru. The Honolulu Star-Bulletin, p. A15. Olson, T. (1999, January 22). Peace advocate also heterosexist. Ka Leo O Hawaii, p. 5. Olson, T. (1999, February 3-9). Not welcome. Honolulu Weekly, p. 3. [ Fundamental and Special... article described as the impetus for new curriculum]. Mohr, W.K., & Naylor, M.D. (1999). Breaking Through the Hegemony of Homogeneity: Revitalizing Curriculum and Students. Journal of Nursing Education, 38(1), Olson, T. (1999, February). Spiritual rude awakening. DaKine, p. 2. Olson, T. (1998). Interview with Dr. Rosie K. Chang. Audiotape and transcript. University of Hawaii at Manoa. Olson, T. (1998, November 8). Many endure, despite scorn. The Honolulu Advertiser, p. B3. [Discussion of Fundamental and Special... article by editor of the leading research Journal in psychiatric nursing]. Taylor, C.M. (1998). Another dilemma. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 12(2), [Discussed Laying Claim to Caring article]. Magnussen, L. (1998). Women s choices: An historical perspective of nursing as a career choice. Journal of Professional Nursing, 14(3), Olson, T. (1997). Center researchers of past and present. The Chronicle, 9(2), 6-7. [Description of research presented at the 13 th Annual Conference on Nursing History]. (1996, Fall). American Association for the History of Nursing Bulletin, 52, of 43

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