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Professor Emerita and Adjunct Professor at College of Nursing and Health Innovation

        Dr. Mary Lou Bond is a graduate of Texas Christian University (BSN and MRE), the University of Pittsburgh (MN), the University of Texas at Austin (PhD) and the School of Nurse Midwifery at El Centro Medico in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. She practiced nurse-midwifery in central Mexico before beginning her professional career as a faculty member which spans teaching at all educational levels.  As an educational administrator, she served as Assistant Dean and Associate Dean, (University of Texas at Arlington) and as Interim Dean (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences). She was the founding Associate Dean of the PhD in Nursing Program at UT Arlington.

        Dr. Bond is Adjunct Professor and Academic Advisor for PhD in Nursing students at the University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing (UTACON) and Assistant Director of the Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health (CHSNH). She is a Visiting Director at Universidad Internacional in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico. She was founder of the Challenge to Leadership Program, a forerunner of the UTA Hispanic Student Nurses’ Association, and Co-Founder of the Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health (1996) which has the goal of fostering increased understanding between health providers and persons of Hispanic origin. Instrumental in the organization, implementation and dissemination of proceedings from a series of International “Crossing Borders” conferences, she has organized and led numerous educational programs to Mexico for healthcare students/professionals. She has served on the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals and Organizations’ Technical Advisory Panel on Culture, Language and Health and the Board of Trustees for the Commission of Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools.

        Professor Bond has received numerous awards including the Bethel Deaconess Hospital Distinguished Alumna, the Lucy Harris Linn Excellence in Teaching Award from Texas Christian University and the Minority Health Nursing Research Award from the Southern Nursing Research Society.  In 1995 she received the Delta Theta Chapter Mentor Award.  She was selected as a National League for Nursing Johnson & Johnson Faculty Leadership Mentor Program in 2009. In 2010 she was selected as the outstanding alumna from the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing.  She received the President’s Award from the National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN), was recognized as an honorary alumna of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing and as a Distinguished Alumna of the School of Nursing, University of Texas (Austin) in 2013. She is an elected member of the American Academy of Nursing and the Academy of Nurse Educators of the National League for Nursing and is on the Roster of Fulbright Specialists.

The University of Texas at Austin
Ph.D.
Nursing/Parent-Child Research
University of Pittsburgh
M.N.
Maternity Nursing
Texas Christian University
M.R.E.
Religious Education
Hospital Districto Universitario, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
Certificate
Nurse Midwifery
Texas Christian University
B.S.N.
Bethel Deaconess Hospital, Newton, KS.
Diploma
June 2013
Ongoing
Assistant Director, Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health
University of Texas at Arlington
December 1991
Ongoing
Visiting Director
Universidad Internacional, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
September 2009
June 2013
Assistant to the Dean for Faculty Development
University of Texas at Arlington
December 2006
June 2013
Co-Director for Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health
University of Texas at Arlington
August 2012
May 2013
Assistant Director, Center for Nursing Research
The University of Texas at Arlington
July 2006
May 2013
Co-Director, PhD in Nursing Mentoring Program
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 2006
January 2013
Samuel T. Hughes Professor
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 1996
January 2013
Director/Co-Director
The University of Texas at Arlington
December 2000
December 2013
Professor
University of Texas at Arlington
November 2011
August 2012
Interim Associate Dean for Research and Director, Center for Nursing Research
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 2008
August 2011
Assistant Director, Center for Nursing Scholarship and Technology
University of Texas at Arlington
May 2002
October 2006
Director, Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health
University of Texas at Arlington
January 2000
January 2006
George W. and Hazel M. Jay Professor
The University of Texas at Arlington
April 2003
August 2005
Interim Associate Dean, PhD in Nursing Program
University of Texas at Arlington
September 1996
May 2002
Co-Director for Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health
University of Texas at Arlington
September 1995
May 2000
Assistant Dean/Professor, Undergraduate Program
University of Texas at Arlington
April 1992
September 1995
Assistant Dean/Associate Professor (Tenure Awarded, 1992)
University of Texas at Arlington
June 1990
April 1992
Chair, Undergraduate Program and Associate Professor
University of Texas at Arlington
August 1989
May 1990
Assoc Prof
University of Texas at Arlington
February 2015
Appointment to Editorial Board, Hispanic Health Care International
August 2013
December 2013
December 2013
December 2010
Recruitment and retention of African American and Hispanic Students in Healthcare Professions.
December 2010
December 2009
National League for Nursing/Johnson & Johnson Faculty Leadership and Mentoring Program.
September 2007
October 2006
December 1997
November 1999
Dr. Mary Lou Bond. Bond Appointed to Expert Panel for JCAHO. Arlington, TX – January 11, 2005 -- Mary Lou Bond, RN, PhD, Associate Dean at UTA’s School of ...
November 1999
Certifications

R.N., CNE

Current Scholarship

Evaluation of Content Validity of the "Institutional Self Assessment for Factors Supportin Hispanic Student Retention (IS) and the Healthcare Profession Education Program Self-assessment (PSA) [with Dr. Cason and Dr Gray]

Revision of Adapted Model of Institutional Support

Relationships between Study Abroad Goals, Personal Adjustment, Language Acquition and Cultural Learning.

Research Interests

Hispanic health care

Student progression and retention

Educational strategies/outcomes

Mentoring outcomes

2014
Bond, M. L. & Cason, C. L. (2014). Assessing Institutional Support for Hispanic Nursing Student Retention: A Study to Evaluate the Psychometric Properties of Two Self-Assessment Inventories. Nursing Education Perspectives.
Journal Article
Published
2014
Baxley, S., Ibitayo, K., & Bond, M.L. (2014). Mentoring Today’s Nurses: A Global Perspective for Success. Sigma Theta Tau International. Indianapolis, Indiana.
Book
Published
2014
Ibitayo, K., Baxley, S., Bond, M.L. (2014). Fostering success through effective mentoring. Nursing Management.
Journal Article
Published
2013
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.
Journal Article
In-press
2013
Mijares, L., Baxley, S. & Bond, M.L. (2013). Guiding hands: A concept analysis of mentoring. Journal of Theory Construction and Testing. 17(1), 23-28.
Journal Article
Published
2013
Anderson, M., Bond, M. L., Cason, C. L. & Holmes, T. (In press). Acquisition of Simulation Skills: Survey of users.  Clinical Simulation in Nursing. Elsevier
Journal Article
In-press
2013
Loftin, C., Newman, S., Bond, M. L., Dumas, B. & Gilden, G. (2013). Moving toward greater diversity: Review of interventions to increase diversity in nursing education. Journal of Transcultural Nursing.
Journal Article
Published
2013
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. (2013).  Finding and Keeping Diversity in your Program:  Hispanics in the Health Professions.  In Hispanic Voices, National League for Nursing.
Book Chapter
Published
2012
*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, 1-9.
Journal Article
Published
2012
Anderson, M., Bond, M. L., Cason, C. L. & Holmes, T. (2012).  Acquisition of Simulation Skills: Survey of users.  Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 892 p.e. 59-265, February.
Journal Article
Published
2012
Loftin, C., Newman, S., Bond, M.L., Dumas, B., Gilden, G. (2012).  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. 10(4), 159-167.
Journal Article
Published
2012
Anderson, M., Bond, M. L., Cason, C. L. & Holmes, T. (2012).  Acquisition of Simulation Skills: Survey of users.  Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 892 p.e. 59-265, February.
Journal Article
Published
2012
Opollo, J., M., Bond, M. L., Gray, J. & Lail-Davis, V., T. (2012). Meeting tomorrow’s healthcare needs   through local and global involvement.  Journal of Continuing Nursing Education, 43(2), 75-80.
Journal Article
Published
2012
Bond, M. L., Jones, M.E., Barr, W., Carr, G., Williams, S. & Baxley, S. (2012).  Hardiness, perceived social support, perceived institutional support and progression of Masters students in a Masters of Nursing Program.  Hispanic Healthcare International, 10(3), 109-117.
Journal Article
Published
2011
Young, P., Blackstock, S., Comer, L., Martin, B., McMillian-Bohler, Zeller, N.,Bond, M.L., Boswell, C., Decker, S., Shellenbarger, T. & Valiga, T. (2011).  Developing a portrait of a nursing education leader.  Nursing Education Perspectives. April, 32,(2), 136-137
Journal Article
Published
2008
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.
Journal Article
Published
2008
Bond, M. L., Gray, J., Gray, J., Baxley, S., Cason, C. L., & Denke, L. (2008). Voices from Hispanic students in Baccalaureate Programs of Nursing. Nursing Education Perspectives, 29(3), 136-142.
Journal Article
Published
2005
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.
Journal Article
Published
2005
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.
Journal Article
Published
2004
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.
Journal Article
Published
2004
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.
Journal Article
Published
2003
Jones, M. E., Bond, M. L., & Editors, G. (2003). Providing health care for Hispanic populations: Responsible sexuality, injury and violence. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 14(3).
Journal Article
Published
2003
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).
Journal Article
Published
2002
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.
Journal Article
Published
2002
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, 15(4), 46-55.
Journal Article
Published
2002
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.
Journal Article
Published
2002
Jones, M.E. & Bond, M.L. (Guest Editors). (2002). International partnerships in cultures and health: Caring for Mexican immigrant populations. Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health, 8(2), Summer 5-68.
Journal Article
Published
1995
Pickard, M. & Bond, M.L. (1995).  Nursing education via satellite in northeast Texas.  Texas Journal of Rural Health, XIV, 29-35.
Journal Article
Published
1995
Bond, M.L., Keen-Payne, R., & Lucy, P. (1995).  The ideal nurse: lessons from the labor room. MCN, The American Journal of Maternal-Child Nursing, May/June 3(20), 156-161.
Journal Article
Published
1994
Bond, M.L. & Jones, M.E. (1994, May).  Short term cultural immersion in Mexico. Nursing and Health Care, 15(5), 248-253.
Journal Article
Published
1994
Sherwood, G., Armstrong, M.L., & Bond, M.L. (1994, Nov/Dec).  Distance education programs:  Defining issues of assessment, accessibility and accommodation.  The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 25(6), 251-257.
Journal Article
Published
1993
Bond, M.L. & Jones, M.E. (1993, April/May).  Cultural immersion: Student experiences in Mexico. Imprint, 65-68.
Journal Article
Published
1990
Bond, M.L. & Jackson, E. (1990).  Maternal‑infant clinical nurse specialist performance assessment:  Development of an evaluation tool. Clinical Nurse Specialist, 4(4), 180‑186.
Journal Article
Published
1990
Cason, C. L., Cason, G. J. & Bond, M. L. (1990).  Maternal‑infant clinical nurse specialist performance assessment:  Reliability and validity of an evaluation tool. Clinical Nurse Specialist, 4(4), 187‑193.
Journal Article
Published
October 2014 -
February 2015
Mobile mentoring application for use in nursing academia and health care. PI- Susan Baxley; Co-PIs - Kristina Ibitayo and Mary Lou Bond
$20,000
December 2010 -
August 2011
National League for Nursing. Institutional Supports for Diverse Student Populations: Perceptions of Hispanic and African American Students and Program Faculty. Mary Lou Bond, Principal Investigator with Carolyn L. Cason, Co-PI and Susan Baxley, Novice R
$16,482
December 2008 -
September 2009
National League for Nursing. Evaluation of Content Validity and Reliability of the Institutional Self-Assessment for Factors Supporting Hispanic Student Retention (ISA) and the Healthcare Professions Self-Assessment (PSA). Mary Lou Bond, Principal Investig
$11,636
December 2008 -
August 2009
Texas Organization of Baccalaureate and Graduate Nursing Education Programs (TOBGNE). Evaluation of Content Validity of the Institutional Self-Assessment for Factors Supporting Hispanic Student Recruitment and Persistence (ISA) and the Healthcare Professio
$1,500
December 2008 -
August 2008
The Associate Degree Nursing program Director: A Position in peril. Co-Investigator with Ronda Mintz-Binder, PI.
$7,700
December 2006 -
August 2008
Samuel T. Hughes Professorship. Challenges and Opportunities of Implementing a BSN-to-PhD Program: Initial Explorations.
$11,917
December 2005 -
August 2007
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Missing in Texas: Hispanics in the Health Workforce. Principal Investigator with Carolyn L. Cason.
$238,801
March 2004 -
August 2005
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Implementation/Evaluation of a support model for PhD student retention. Principal Investigator with Marilee Schmelzer, RN, PhD, Co-PI.
$255,612
December 1998 -
August 1998
Sigma Theta Tau International, Delta Theta Chapter. Birth Outcomes, Family Planning Patterns and Acculturation Status Among Mexican-Origin Women: A One Year follow-up Study. Co-Investigator with Mary Elaine Jones.
$300
December 1997 -
August 1998
Parkland Memorial Health and Hospital System: Development of a Culturally Competent Workforce .Co-Investigator with Mary Elaine Jones. 1 - Knowledge, Attitutes and Skills of Health Care Personnel towards Patients of Diverse Cultures. 2 - Acculturation L
$35,000
December 1994 -
August 1994
Sigma Theta Tau International, Delta Theta Chapter. Culture Shock and Learning in Short Term Cultural Immersion. Co-investigator with Mary Elaine Jones.
$500
December 1994 -
August 1994
University of Texas at Arlington. Critical Thinking and Attitudes Related to Professional Nursing Outcomes of an RN to BSN Educational Experience. Co-investigator with Ferne Kyba, Dorothy Stuppy and Dorothy Turpin.
$2,753
Summer 2009
NURS 0 - Enhancing Nursing Practice and Safety with Hispanic Patients through Better Communication
Communications with Spanish speaking clients for the medical professional
Last Updated on August 13, 2013, 9:26 pm
August 2014
Ongoing
Consultation

Commission on Graduates of
Foreign Nursing Programs (CGFNS), Educational Consultant.

Other
August 2014
Ongoing
Consultation

Comite Editorial. Enfermeria Contemporarea. Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico.

Other
December 2010
Ongoing
Manuscript Reviewer

 Journal of Theory Construction and Testing

Appointed
December 2013
December 2015
Committee

Sigma Theta Tau International Leadership Succession

Elected
December 2013
December 2015
Advisory Board

Sigma Theta Tau and Chamberlain College of Nursing Center for Excellence

Appointed
December 2013
December 2015
Bylaws Committee

National League for Nursing

Appointed
September 2008
August 2009
Nursing Module Reviewer

Health Disparities and Cultural Competence in the 21st Century.

Appointed
December 1994
December 2008
Editorial Board

The Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health

Appointed
December 1995
December 2007
Panel

Consultants and Visitors for Chapter Development, Sigma Theta Tau International

Appointed
May 2003
August 2003
Guest editor

Journal of Transcultural Nursing.  Transcultural Nursing Society.  Summer, 2003.  Volume 14 (3).

Appointed
May 2002
August 2002
Guest editor

The Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health, Summer, 8 (2)

Appointed
December 2001
December 2002
Secretary

Health Education Training Alliance Center of Texas

Appointed
December 2001
December 2002
Advisory Board

Global Institute for Nursing and Health, College of New Rochelle, New York, NY.

Appointed
December 1999
December 2002
Advisory Committee

Sigma Theta Tau International Leadership Institute

Appointed
December 1999
December 2002
UT Arlington Representative

Health Education Training Alliance Center of Texas

Appointed
December 1996
December 2002
Manuscript Reviewer

Nursing and Health Care: Perspectives on Community, National League for Nursing

Appointed
December 1993
December 2000
Manuscript Reviewer

Journal of Nursing Education, National League for Nursing

Appointed
November 1995
February 1996
Guest Editor

The Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health, Winter, 2 (2)

Appointed
December -
Academic Service
Project Faculty for recruitment and mentorship for BSN to PhD Students, Advanced Nurse Training Grant (DHHS)
Project Director, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Grant: "Missing in Texas: Hispanics in the Health Workforce"
Project Director, National Institutes of Health “Bridges to the Doctorate” Program
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