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Clinical Associate Professor at College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Name:  Margarita C. Trevino, R.N.,M.S., Ph.D.

Current Position

The University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing

Box 19407

Arlington, Texas

Clinical Associate Professor

Director, Certificate Program in Latin America

Director, Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health

Co-Lead Teacher, NURS 4465 AP RN-BSN Care of Vulnerable Populations

Licenses/Certifications:

Type                               Agency                                       Expiration Date

Registered Nurse            Texas Board of Nursing                 September 2015

The University of Texas at Arlington
Doctor of Philosophy
Administration, Planning and Policy, and Urban Affairs
Texas Woman's University
Master of Science
Community Health Nursing
Texas Woman's University
Bachelor of Science
Nursing
Psychology and Sociology
June 2013
Ongoing
Director, Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health
College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Office of the President, The University of Texas at Arlington
March 2013
Ongoing
Director, Certificate Program in Latin America
College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Office of the President, The University of Texas at Arlington
September 2012
Ongoing
Professional
The National League for Nursing
September 1972
Ongoing
Member
Sigma Theta Tu International Nursing Honor Society
May 1966
Ongoing
Member
Alpha Chi Honorary Society College Honorary Society
May 1966
Ongoing
Member
Eta Sigma Gamma Honorary Society National Health Education Honorary
September 1988
In recognition of innovative strategies in international nursing and social work education in critical care and public health
April 1980
In recognition of bi-national faculty and student exchange program between Baylor University (Dallas-Waco, Texas) and the Automous University of Nuevo Leon Mexico, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
November 1977
May 1966
Recognition for scholarship, leadership, and service
June 2014
Interviewed by Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future, Nursing Notes Article

Topic: “Cultural Competency in Nursing.”  Distribution reaches more than 70,000 nurses throughout the United States.  

August 2013
Comparative Analytical Reviews of Selected Latin American Nursing Education and US Nursing Education Programs

Conducted detailed comparative analytical reviews of the Whitney International University System nursing programs in Chile and Colombia, South America and the UT Arlington College of Nursing and local ADN nursing programs. 

May 2013
Training of International Faculty Members of the Whitney International University System-Certificate in Public Health Program

Conducted faculty training session via Skype for international faculty appointed to teach the Certificate in Public Health Program.  The training focused on successful teaching methodologies.

April 2013
Media Contacts

Held various radio, TV, and newspaper interviews in Costa Rica, Panama, and Colombia explaining

the nature of the UT Arlington College of Nursing's new Certificate Program in Public Health to be

introduced to the Latin American marketplace in May, 2013

April 2013
Introduction of UT Arlington College of Nursing Certificate in Public Health in Latin America

Presented overview of the Certificate in Public Health to the general public, university student groups, and university administrators and faculties in Panama, Costa Rica, and Colombia

January 2013
Developed the Certificate in Public Health in Latin America Program in collaboration with the Whitney International University System and the UTA College of Nursing.

The Certificate Program consists of four modules: Health Promotion, Care of the Older Adult, Care of Vulnerable Populations, and Public Health Research in Latin America and the Caribbean.  This program is being offered through Red Ilunmo, a consortium of nine Latin American Universities.

April 2012
Co-Investigator with Dr. Donelle M. Barnes in research study, "Mexican Immigrants'and Mexican Americans' Perception of Hypertension."

Hypertensive patients are being interviewed to describe their perceptions of hypertension as a public health problem.  The interview is personalized for application at the individual level.

September 1975
Consultant

Have served as a consultant to various organizations throughout my professional career including the following: Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic (Dallas); The Dallas County Headstart Program (Dallas); Casa Feliz, Senior Citizen Center (Dallas); KOBA Associates, Inc., (Washington, DC); KAPPA Systems, Inc. (Bethesda, Maryland); BCTV (Oakland, California);The National Foundation of the March of Dimes, (White Plains, New York); The Department of Health and Human Services (Washington, DC); The National Health Council, Inc. (New York, NY); National Center for Health Education (San Francisco, CA);Health Services International, Inc. (Reston, VA); The Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon School of Nursing, (Monterrey, N.L., Mexico); Clinica Cuahtemoc y Famosa (Monterrey, N.L., Mexico); Rio Grande River Ministry (Dallas), The Baptist General Convention of Texas (Dallas); The National Center for Health Statistics (Hyattsville, MD); Health Resources Administration (member of the Graduate Medical National Advisory Committee (GMENAC), Rockville, MD; The National Institutes of Health (Bethesda, MD); The Office of Health Information and Health Promotion (Rockville, MD); and The Administration on Aging (Washington, DC);

"A Cross-Cultural Experience in Nursing: An Exploratory Study in Baccalaureate Education"

Trevino, Margarita C.  Master's Thesis.  Texas Woman's University.  1975

Compliance Behaviors of Urban-Based, Low-Income Mexican Americans in Hypertention Control: Implications for Health and Human Service Administration

The compliance behaviors of urban-based, low-income Mexican Americans with hypertension were investigated for adherence with therapeutic regimens for hypertension control.  Dissertion. 1981.  UT Arlington.

This doctoral program involved coursework in the School of Social Work, the School of Business, and the Institute of Urban Affairs.

2013
Trevino, Margarita C. (2013, August), "Envejecimiento: Implicaciones en salud y educacion. MEDICA. pages 22-24. Panama
Journal Article
Published
2013
Trevino, Margarita C. "What was the Greatest Motivation for Becoming a Nurse." Minority Nursing.
Journal Article
Published
2007
Trevino, Margarita, "Reading Life's Road Signs." Breakfast with Fred. Contributing writer. Regal Publishers,  Ventura, California. 2007.
Book Chapter
Published
2005
Trevino, Margarita, Healing the Leprosy of Your Soul
Book
Published
2005
Trevino, Margarita, Sana la Lepra de Tu Alma
Book
Published
2001
Trevino, Margarita, Take the Guesswork out of Cross-Cultural Ministry
Book
Published
1999
Trevino, Margarita, In Search of Peace, Discovering God's Plan for Happiness and Hope
Book
Published
1999
Trevino, Margarita, En Busca de Paz, descubra el plan de Dios para la felicidad y la esperanza
Book
Published
1996
Trevino, Margarita C., Evangelizing Hispanic Youth: Challenges And Opportunities For the '90s and Beyond.  The Baptist General Convention of Texas, Division of Evangelism, Dallas, Texas 175246, 1996
Technical Report
Published
1988
Trevino, Margarita , " A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF NEED, ACCESS, AND UTILIZATION OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES." Contributing writer in Hispanic Elderly in Transition, Theory, Research, Policy and Practice.  Edited by Steven R. Applewhite. Greenwood Press, Inc. 1988
Book Chapter
Published
1980
Trevino, Margarita, "The Public's Health:  New Direction for the 80's."  Contributing Writer.  The American Public Health Association.
Journal Article
Published
1979
Trevino, Margarita C., et.al., "A Descriptive Epidemiological Study of the Prevalence of Hypertension in Occupational Health: Clinica Cuauhtemoc y Famosa, V.I.S.A, Monterrey, N.L. Mexico, Mexico"  Vol. 1, Abstracts of Nursing Research in the South.  Southern Regional Education Board.
Journal Article
Published
1979
Trevino, Margarita, "Hispanic Health Needs and Nursing Research."  Baylor Nursing Educator.
Journal Article
Published
1978
Trevino, Margarita. "Statement of Need and Related Principles for Public Health Research of Hispanics." DHEW Health Research Principles, Vol. 1. Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health.
Journal Article
Published
November 1979

Moderator. "Strategies for Health Promotion, Provision and Policy for Latino Families."  "The 1980 Census and Its Implications for Hispanics."

Invited
November 1979

Presenter. Panelist. "Socio-Cultural Influences on Health Services Research and Health Services Delivery for Hispanics."

Invited
October 1979

Co-chair and Session Planner. "Biculturism in Nursing:  Implications for Education, Practice and Research."

Invited
September 1979

Member of Organizing Committee and Task Force Convener.  "Hispanic Health Services Research Conference."

Invited
September 1979

Presenter.  "The Use of Informaton and Referral Services as a Tool in Community Outreach"

Conference presented to pastors and laypersons in faith based settings to assist in the process of information and referral to individuals and families in the church and the community

Volunteered
April 1979

Presenter.  "Health Career Opportunities"

The Latin American Baptist Youth Congress

Volunteered
March 1979

Presenter. "Hypertension in Black Americans and Hispanics"

An overview of hypertension as a health problems among Black Americans and Hispanics

Invited
February 1979

Presenter.   "The Family Facing Crisis: Death and Serious Illness"

Volunteered
November 1978

Panelist.  "Strategies of Primary Health Care in the Developing Countries."

The International Health Care Section.

Invited
November 1978

Presenter.  "Statement of Need and Related Principles for Public Health Research of Hispanics"

Advocacy for public health research of health issues in Hispanic populations.  Sponsored by the National Institutes of Health

Invited
November 1978

Presenter.  "Model for Primary Care in Occupational Health"

Presented at the Second International Congress of The World Federation of Pubic Health Associations and the 69th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Public Health Association

Invited
October 1978

Presider.  "The Future of Public Health in the Latino Community."

An issue oriented session

Invited
October 1978

Organizer. Panelist. "Innovations in Cross-Cultural Nursing: Implications for Education and Practice."

Invited
October 1978

Presenter. "Hypertension Study in Occupational Health"

Invited
May 1978

Presenter. "The Delivery of Nursing Care Within the Cultural Context"

Conference for clinical nurses

Volunteered
April 1978

Presenter. "The Problem of Hypertension as a Public Health Hazard." 

KBUY Spanish Radio.  A public health education program for Hispanics in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.  Conducted in 1975 and 1978.

Volunteered
October 1977

Major Author. Co-Presenter. "A Descriptive Epidemiological Study of the Prevalence of Hypertension in Occupational Health, Clinica Cuahetmoc y Famosa, V.I.S.A., Monterrey, N.L., Mexico"

Reported results of major hypertension detection screening in occupational health setting

Invited
October 1977

Presenter.  Co-author. "Utilization Barriers to Maternal-Child Health by Low-Income, Urban Mexican American Families:  Implications for National Health Policy"

Invited
May 1977

Organizer.  Program Chairperson.  "The Bi-national Nursing Research Symposium"

Nursing Faculty from the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon, Monterrey, N.L., Mexico and nursing Faculty from Baylor University School of Nursing presented studies in nursing research. 

Invited
April 1977

Presenter. "Nursing Research in Hypertension"

The Inter-University Nursing Research Council Annual Research Conference

Invited
April 1977

Chairperson and Conference Organizer.  "Minority Health Care Seminar"

Invited
May 1975

Presenter.  "A Comparative Overview of the Health Care Delivery Systems in Mexico and the United States"

Invited
April 1975

Presenter.  "The Problem-Oriented Process and its Application to Nursing"

Presented to the nursing Faculty of the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon, Monterrey, N.L. Mexico

Invited
September 2012
Ongoing
Volunteer Co-Investigator. "Mexican Immigrants' and Mexican Americans' Perception of Hypertension."
Coinvestigator
Dr. Donelle M. Barnes, UT Arlington College of Nursing
To examine compliance behaviors in patients of Mexican Immigrants and Mexican Americans with a diagnosis of hypertension
April - 1978
"The Prevalence of Hypertenson and Diabetes Among Industrial Health Workers in Monterrey, N.L., Mexico"

A three-year descriptive research study with implications for case-finding, information and referral, manpower training, consumer health education and health service delivery design for chronic disease management

Author.
April - 1978
"Occupational Health and Research as National Health Goals for Mexico, 1974-1983: An Overview in 1978."
Author.
May - 1977
"The Ten-Year Health Plan for the Americas, 1971-1980: A Critique of its Influence on Health Care in Mexico"
Author.
April - 1976
"Family Health Services in Mexico: A Contemporary Overview of Trends and Issues on a Local, State, and Natonal Level, 1976"
Author.
August - 2014
Interviewed for Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing's Future (July 29, 2014)

The interview dwelt with cultural competency in modern nursing practice.  My work as Director of the UT Arlington College of Nursing Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health was highlighted.  

Suggestions were also given for how to stand out in a job interview as a  recent graduate nurse with little work experience. 

Uncategorized
Non-Refereed / Non-Juried
August - 2014
Cultural Competence in Nursing

Interviewed by Nursing Notes Live on the topic of Cultural Competency in Nursing in a nursing panel discussion.  Various dimensions of nursing practice and cultural competency were discussed.

NursingNotesLive.com podmedic@mac.com

Nursing Notes Live Interview
Non-Refereed / Non-Juried
December 2011
Provided clinical mentorship for a semester to graduate student from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing in public/community health practicum in Arlington-Fort Worth, Texas area
Master's
Fall 2015
NURS 4465 - RN-BSN Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan
This is a five-week online nursing RN-BSN and RN-MSN course in community/public health with a focus on the unique needs of vulnerable population groups in the community.
Last Updated on August 10, 2015, 2:59 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2015
NURS 4465 - RN-BSN Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan
This is a 5-week online nursing RN-BSN course with a focus on the unique needs of vulnerable population groups in the community
Last Updated on January 9, 2015, 6:25 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2014
NURS 4465 - Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan
An online 5-week course in Community/Public Health Nursing addressing vulnerable population groups.
Last Updated on August 8, 2014, 2:13 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2014
NURS 4465 - Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan
An online 5-week course in Community/Public Health Nursing addressing vulnerable population groups
Last Updated on January 5, 2015, 10:27 am
No Documents Attached
Summer 2014
NURS 4465 - Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan
An online 5-week course in Community/Public Health Nursing addressing vulnerable population groups.  
Last Updated on August 8, 2014, 2:13 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2014
NURS 4465 - Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan
An online 5-week course in Community/Public Health Nursing addressing vulnerable population groups.
Last Updated on February 27, 2014, 10:29 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2013
NURS 4465 - Care of Vulnerable Populations
Didactic instruction in public/community health issues affecting vulnerable populations across the lifespan. AP RN-BSN Care of Vulnerable Populations (on-line).  Student enrollment:  320
Last Updated on October 30, 2013, 10:48 am
No Documents Attached
August2013
Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

Addressed public/community health issues as these affect vulnerable populations across the lifespan

AP RB-BSN.  Student enrollment: 270

NURS 4465-502
May2013
Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

Covers public health issues of vulnerable populations across the lifespan

AP RN-BSN Community Health Nursing (On-line) 194 students enrolled

NURS 4465-501
February2013
CARE OF VULNERABLE POPULATIONS ACROSS THE LIFESPAN

Didactic instruction in public/community health issues affecting vulnerable population groups.

AP RN-BSN Program (On-Line)  Student enrollment: 257 

NURS 4465-502
January2013
CARE OF VULNERABLE POPULATIONS ACROSS THE LIFESPAN

Involves didactice instruction and clinical application of principles, theory, and concepts of community and public health as these pertain to vulnerable population groups.  An on-line BSN course.  Student enrollment: 90.

NURS 4462-600
November2012
Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

Didactic instruction in public/community health issues affecting vulnerable population groups.

AP RN-BSN on-line Care of Vulnerable Populations.  Student enrollment: 280

NURS 4465-502
August2012
Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

Didactic instruction in public/community health issues affecting vulnerable population groups

Campus-based, RN-BSN Program.  Student enrollment: 81

NURS 4462-600
August2012
Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

Clinical placement in public/community health sites.  Student enrollment: 6

Traditional BSN program.  

NURS 4462-613
August2012
Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

Didactic instruction in public/community health issues affecting vulnerable populations groups

AP RN-BSN on-line program.  Student enrollment: 273

NURS 4465-500
May2012
Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

Covers public/community health issues affecting vulnerable populations across the lifespan

Student enrollment: 268

NURS 4465-500
May2012
Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

Covers public/community health issues affecting vulnerable populations across the lifespan

Student enrollment: 278

NURS 4465-501
January2012
Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

Didactic instruction in public/community health issues affecting vulnerable population groups.

AP RN-BSN on-line program.  Student enrollment: 750

NURS 4465-500
August2011
Community Health Nursing

Clinical application of public/community health nursing principles, theory, and concepts.

Traditional BSN Program.  Clinical student group: 10

NURS 4462-012
August2011
Community Health Nursing

Clinical application of public/community health principles, theory, and concepts.

Traditional BSN Program.  Number of clinical group: 10 students

NURS 4462-005
August2011
Community Health Nursing

Didactic instruction in public/community health issues affecting vulnerable populations groups in the community. Campus-based RN-BSN.  Student enrollment: 37

NURS 4462-002
August2011
Community Health Nursing

Didactic instruction in public/community health issues affecting vulnerable populations

Campus-based RN-BSN.  Student enrollment: 65

NURS 4462-001
August2011
Care of Vulnerable Populations

Didactic instruction on public/community health issues affecting vulnerable populations

Campus-based RN-BSN.  Student enrollment: 57

NURS 4465-201
January2011
Community Health Nursing-Clinical

Clinical instruction in the application of public/community health principles, theory, and concepts in the care of vulnerable population groups. Student clinical group: 10

NURS 4462-012
January2011
Community Health Nursing

Didactic instruction of public/community health issues affecting vulnerable population groups.

Traditional BSN.  Student enrollment: 45

NURS 4462-001
January2011
Care of Vulnerable Populations Across the Lifespan

Didactic instruction in public/community health issues affecting vulnerable populations across the lifespan

NURS 4462-001
July 1980
Ongoing
Health Promotion and Wellness Conferences on the Family

Have conducted local, state, national and international conferences for over 30 years on health promotion and wellness with a focus on the family.  I have presented conferences to diverse cultural groups including African Americans, Asians, Euro-Americans, Native Americans, and Hispanics.  These conferences have been conducted in areas including Dallas-Fort Worth , throughout cities in Texas, California, Nevada, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Virginia, Florida, Louisiana, Kentucky, Georgia, Washington, DC, Nashville, TN, Seoul, South Korea, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic.

Founded the Christian Education and Research Institute, Inc. (non-profit) as organizational vehicle to conduct this work.  This work has been done as a volunteer...no fees attached.

Volunteered
April 2012
August 2012
Committee Member, Mobilizing for Action Through Planning and Partnership (MAPP)

Tarrant County Public Health Department community-based collaborative coalition to improvethe public health of Tarrant County residents

Volunteered
September 1966
May 2001
Volunteer Committee Member

Have served on various local, state and national organizations as a volunteer, including the American Heart Association, American Red Cross, the American Cancer Society, Goals for Dallas, The Texas Area 5 Health Systems Agency, Dallas Headstart Program, Trustee of the Dr. T. B. Maston Foundation, the Baptist General Convention of Texas, the Baptist Standard Board, the Graduate School of Social Work (Baylor University), and the Texas Baptist Leadership Center.

Volunteered
September 2014
Ongoing
Chair. Sub-Committee on Nursing Concepts in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation Curricula

Leading four Faculty Sub-Groups to examine Nursing Concepts to be interwoven into the nursing curriculum for the College of Nursing and Health Innovation. 

Appointed
January 2013
Ongoing
Member, statewide Diversity Advisory Committee. Academic Progression in Nursing

Focus is on recruitment and retention of minority students in nursing, RN-BSN Programs

Volunteered
November 2012
Ongoing
Co-Investigator, Mexican Immigrants undergoing treatment for hypertension

Examines compliance behaviors of Mexican immigrant patients with a diagnosis of hypertension

Volunteered
October 2014
October 2014
Conference Co-Presenter, Quint Essential: Convergence & Collaboration, Medical Librarians' Conference , Denver, CO, October 14, 2014

Served as a conference co-presenter on "Educating Openly: Finding Open Educational Resources for International Programs" to address working collaboratively with librarians to facilitate international course development.  The presentation included how to build affordable certificate specialization programs internationally.  The presentation was made October 14, 2014 in Denver, CO at a medical librarians'conference.

Other
October 2013
October 2013
Presentation to Hispanic Student Nurses Association -UT Arlington College of Nursing

Addressed "Cultural Awareness in the Provision of Nursing Care"

Volunteered
October 2014 -
October 2014
Conference Panelist, UT Arlington Representative, the Pacific Alliance and Business Forum , Arlington, TX

Served as a conference panelist  by invitation of the President, UT Arlington, at the Pacific Alliance and Business Forum, held in collaboration with American Airlines, October 2, 2014.   The topic was: "Investing in Human Capital as a Critical Factor to Growth and Success from the Perspective of Education and Multiculturism in a Global and Digitalized World."  The Forum was an insightful exposure to futuristic thought and endless realm of challenges in international economic development.  It was noted that quality education remains a pivotal cornerstone of progress here and abroad.

Other
August 2013 -
August 2013
Certificate in Public Health Presentation to SENA Managers and Student Groups

Made international contact with SENA managers and student groups throughout Colombia to present an overview of the Certificate in Public Health.  SENA is a government-private enterprise group responsible for employee development/training in Colombia.  The SENA student cohort is a new addition to the Whitney International University System student body.  The presentation was conducted in Spanish via electronic media through the CON Learning Resource Center technical support. Thirty students enrolled in the class.

Appointed
May 2013 -
May 2013
International Faculty Training on "Successful Teaching Methodologies"

Conducted training of program faculty and managers via Skype with emphasis on review of successful teaching mehtodologies.  The participants were the faculty appointed to teach the Certificate in Public Health, and the managers were the program staff responsible for overall program management.

The training was conducted in Spanish from the College of Nursing to faculty and managers in Uruguay, Argentina, and Colombia with simultaneous transmission.

Appointed
April 2013 -
April 2013
Promotional Tour of Certificate in Public Health in Latin America

Visited Panama, Costa Rica, and Colombia to introduce the Certificate in Public Health to the general public, student groups, and univeristy administrators and faculty in these various Latin American countries.

Participated in several radio, TV, and newspaper interviews representing UT Arlington and the College of Nursing.

Appointed
October 2013 -
Ongoing
Greeter-Good Will Ambassador

Greeted atteendees at the XII Bi-national Health Week Symposium, UT Arlington campus, on behalf of the College of Nursing and the Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health.

Volunteered
June 2013 -
Ongoing
Director, Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health

Appointed by the Dean of the UT Arlington College of Nursing as Director of the Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health

Appointed
March 2013 -
Ongoing
Director, Certificate Program in Latin America, UT Arlington College of Nursing

Appointed as Director of the Certificate Program in Latin America

Appointed
December 2012 -
Ongoing
Research and Development of International Certificate in Public Health for Latin American marketplace

Conducted research and development of four self-standing academic modules to constitute the UT Arlington College of Nursing Certificate in Public Health Program (the first of its kind) for introduction in the Latin American marketplace.  This work was done in collaboration with the Whitney International University System-Red Ilumno.

Appointed
January 2011 -
Ongoing
Member. Undergraduate Education Program Council. College of Nursing.

Undergraduate education Faculty Sub-Group in Public/Community Health Nursing

Other
January 2011 -
Ongoing
Member. Lead Teachers Undergraduate Faculty Sub-Group. College of Nursing.

Undergraduate CON Faculty Sub-Group

Other
January 2011 -
Ongoing
Member. RN-BSN Faculty Committee. College of Nursing

Undergraduate Faculty Sub-Group

Other
January 2011 -
Ongoing
Member. Public/Community Health Faculty Specialty Sub-Group. College of Nursing

Undergraduate education Faculty Specialty Sub-Group

Other
November - 2013
UT Arlington's designation as a Hispanic Serving Institution

I have been invited to participate in the preliminary discussions of the UT Arlington University's designation as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI)

Dialogue Group
August 2014
Ongoing
Clinical Associate Professor
The University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation
January 2011
Ongoing
Clinical Assistant Professor
College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Office of the President, The University of Texas at Arlington
October 2009
December 2010
Director of Nursing
Dallas Nursing Institute, Dallas, Texas
April 2006
October 2009
Manager
The Wisdom Center International Ministries, Fort Worth, Texas
June 2001
April 2006
Vice President
Hugo C. Trevino and Associates, Inc., Dallas, Texas
May 1992
May 2001
Assist Professor
Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, Texas
September 1981
February 1991
Vice-President/ Director of Health Promotion Department
Baylor University Health Care System, Dallas, Texas
June 1972
May 1979
Assistant Professor of Nursing
Baylor University School of Nursing, Dallas, Texas
July 1970
May 1972
Pediatric Outpatient Acute Care Unit
Children's Medical Center, Dallas, Texas
June 1968
June 1970
Assistant District Supervisor, Oak Cliff
City Public Health Department, Dallas, Texas
May 1966
May 1968
Critical Care Nursing Team Leader
The Methodist Hospital, Intensive Care Unit, Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas