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Selected Publications of Faculty, Director and Associates

 
  • Bond, M. L., Cason, C.L. & Gray, J. (In Press). The Adapted Model of Institutional Support for Hispanic Student Degree Completion: Revisions and Recommendations. Hispanic Health Care International.
  • Gray, J., Bond, M.L. & Baxley, S. (2007). In their own words: Increasing Hispanics in the Health Professions. Proceedings of the AHEC Diversity Conference, March, [Abstract].
  • Bond, M.L. & Cason, C.L. (In press). Evaluation of the content validity and reliability of the institutional self asessment for factors supporting Hispanic student retention (ISA) and the healthcare professions education professional self-assessment (PSA). Nursing Education Perpectives
  • Loftin, C., Newman, S., Dumas, B., Gilden, G., Bond, M.L. (2012) Perceived barriers to success for minority nursing students: An integrative review. International Scholarly Research Network, doi:10.5402180654, 1-0
  • Loftin, C., Newman, S., Bond, M.L., Dumas, B., Gilden, G., (In Press) Moving toward greater diversity: Review of interventions to increase diversity in nursing education. Journal of Transcultural Nursing.
  • Loftin, C., Newman, S., Bond, M.L., Dumas, B., Gilden, G. (In press). Diversity in Texas nursing programs: A study of the relationship between supportive characteristics and graduation of Hispanic and other underrepresented minority nursing students. Hispanic Health Care International.
  • Opollo, J., Bond, M.L., Gray, J. & Lail-Davis, L. (2012). Meeting tomorrow's healthcare needs through local and gloval involvement. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 43(2), 75-80.
  • Bond, M. L., Cason, C.L. Gleason-Wynn, P., Gray, J., Ashwill, J., Coggin, C., Lopez, M., Trevino, E. , Moon, M., Denke, L. & Baxley, S. (2012). Finding and Keeping Diversity in your Program: Hispanics in the Health Professions. In Hispanic Voices, National League for Nursing.
  • Cason, C.L., Bond, M. L., Gleason-Wynn, P., Coggin, C., Lopez, M., & Trevino, E. (2008). Perceived barriers and needed supports for today’s Hispanic students in Health Professions: Voices of seasoned Hispanic healthcare professionals. Hispanic Health Care International, 6(1), 41-50.
  • Bond, M. L., Gray, J., Baxley, S., Cason, C.L., Gray, J. & Denke, L. (2008). Voices from Hispanic students in Baccalaureate Programs of Nursing. Nursing Education Perspectives, 29(3), 136-142.
  •  Baxley, S., Bond, M. L., Cason, C.L., Gray, J. & Denke, L. (2007) Perceptions of Hispanic students in Baccalaureate Programs of Nursing: Are we listening? Proceedings of the Southern Nursing Research Conference, February, [Abstract}.
  • Bond, M.L., Cason, C.L., & Gray, J. Missing in Texas: Hispanics in the Health Professions. Education Summit: Evolution or Revolution: Recreating Nursing Education, Proceedings of the National League for Nursing, Phoenix, September, 2007. [Abstract]
  • Coggin, C., Bond, M.L., & Cason, C.L. Strengthening the workforce: Barriers and supports to increasing and retaining Hispanic students. 135th Annual Meeting & Exposition, Proceedings of the American Public Health Association, Washington, D.C., November 3-7, 2007. [Abstract]
  • Bond, M.L., Cason, C.L., Gleason-Wynn, P., Denke, L., Gray, J., Ashwill, J., Coggin, C., Moon, M., Lopez, M., Trevino, E., & Baxley, S. Missing in Texas: Hispanics in the Health Professions – A White Paper. School of Nursing, University of Texas at Arlington.
  • Cason, C.L., Bond, M. L., Gleason-Wynn, P., Coggin, C., Lopez, M., & Trevino, E. (2008). Perceived barriers and needed supports for today’s Hispanic students in Health Professions: Voices of seasoned Hispanic healthcare professionals. Hispanic Health Care International, 6(1), 41-50.
  • Bond, M.L., Cason, C.L., & Gray, J. (in press). Voices from Hispanic students in Baccalaureate Programs of Nursing. Nursing Education Perspectives.
  • Kardong-Edgren, S., Bond, M.L., Jones, M.E., & Cason, C.L. (2005). Cultural attitude, knowledge, and skill of nursing faculty: Toward patients of four diverse cultures. Journal of Professional Nursing, 21(3), 175-182. Barr, W. (2005). Getting Accustomed to Other Customs. Pulse. June p.8.
  • Jones, M.E., Cason, C.L., & Bond, M.L. (2004). Cultural attitudes, knowledge and skill of a health workforce. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 15(4), 283-290.
  • Jones, M.E. & Bond, M.L. (Guest Editors). (2003). Providing health care for Hispanic populations: Responsible sexuality, injury and violence. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 14(3).
  • Bond, M.L., Jones, M.E., Cason, C.L., Campbell, P. & Hall, J. (2002) Acculturation effects on health promoting lifestyle behaviors among Hispanic origin pregnant women. Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health., 16, (2), Summer, 83-89.
  • Jones, M.E., Cason, C.L., & Bond, M.L. (2002). Access to preventive health care: Is method of payment a barrier for immigrant Hispanic women? Women’s Health Issues,12 (3), 129-137.
  • Jones, M.E., Bercier, O., Hayes, A.L., Wentreck, P., Bond, M.L. (July, 2002) Family planning patterns and acculturation level of high risk Hispanic pregnant women. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 16: 4, 46-55.
  • Jones, M.E. & Bond M.L. (2002). A call to action: Acculturation level and family-planning patterns of Hispanic immigrant women. Maternal Child Nursing, 27 (1) January/February, 26-33.
  • Bond, M.L., Kardong-Edgren, S., & Jones, M.E. (2001). Assessment of professional nursing students’ knowledge and attitudes about patients of diverse cultures. Journal of Professional Nursing, 17 (6) November-December, 305-312.
  • Jones, M.E., Kubelka, S., & Bond, M.L. (2001). Acculturation status, birth outcomes and family planning compliance among Hispanic teens. The Journal of School Nursing, 17(2) 83-89.
  • Jones, M. E. & Bond, M. L. (2000). Personal adjustment, language acquisition and culture learning in short term cultural immersion. Phi Bet Delta International Review, 10, 33-48.
  • Bond, M.L., Jones, M.E. & Ashwill, J. (2000). Crossing borders in Hispanic health care: Implementing and evaluation cultural competence in the health workforce. Arlington, TX: The University of Arlington.
  • Jones, M. E. & Bond, M. L (1999). Predictors of birth outcomes among Hispanic immigrant women. Journal of Nursing Quality Care, 14, (1): 56-62.
  • Jones, M.E., Bond M. L. & Mancini, M. E. (1998). Crossing the border in health care: Learning the language and culture of Mexico. Advisor for Nurse Executives. Aspen Publishers, Inc., 7-11.
  • Jones, M. E. & Bond, M. L (1999, Winter). The world as a classroom. Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health, 2 (2), 6-7.v
  • Jones, M. E., Bond, M. L. & Mancini, M.E. (1998). Developing a culturally competent workforce: an opportunity for collaboration. Journal of Professional Nursing, 14 (5) Sept- Oct., 280-287.
  • Jones, M. E., Bond, M. L. & Cason, C. L. (1998). Where does culture fit in outcomes management? Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 13 (1), 41-51.
  • Bond, M. L. & Jones, M.E. (1997, Second Quarter). Creating culturally competent professionals. Reflections. Indianapolis, IN. Center Nursing Press.
  • Jones, M.E. & Bond, M. L. (1996). The Mexican health care system: Implications for nurses in the United States. The Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 2(2) Winter, 12-17.
  • Bond, M.L. & Jones, M. E. (1994). Short Term Cultural Immersion in Mexico. Nursing and Health Care 15 (5), May, 248-253.
  • Bond, M. L. & Jones, M. E. (1993, April/May). Cultural immersion: Student experiences in Mexico. Imprint 65-68.