Karen L. McClure DNP, CRNP, RNC-OB 800 Cool Glade Court Millersville, MD

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Karen L. McClure DNP, CRNP, RNC-OB 800 Cool Glade Court

Millersville, MD 21108 410-991-9953 klmcclure@comcast.net PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

 Family Nurse Practitioner  Certified in Inpatient Obstetrics

 Certified Childbirth Education Specialist

 Over 30 years of nursing clinical, leadership, management and teaching experience  Over 17 years experience in International Health Teaching and Medical Clinics  Trained in Disaster Response Medical and Mental Health

 Maryland DHMH Emergency Response Corp Volunteer

 Appointed to the Governor’s Council on Adolescent Pregnancy (2003 -2005)  Experienced Strategic Planner

 Strong interest in Health Policy

 NPAM Legislative Liaison to Maryland Nurses Association

 Nominated for American Academy of Nurse Practitioners 2012 NP State Awa rd for Excellence

EDUCATION

2007- 2010 Waynesburg University, School of Nursing, Canonsburg, PA Doctorate in Nursing Practice Degree

Graduation May 2010

(Capstone Project: “Implementation of a Village Health Worker Training Program in Rural Cambodia”)

2002-2004 University of Maryland, School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland Family Nurse Practitioner Program

Graduation with Honors MSN December, 2004

2003 University of Maryland, School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Graduation with Honors Sigma Theta Tau – Pi Chapter

2001-2002 Washington Bible College, Lanham, Maryland Bible classes - Missions Focus

1991-1993 University of Maryland – Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland Coursework towards BSN

1978 Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, Maryland Associate Degree in Nursing

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND WORK HISTORY

2011-present NPAM Legislative Liaison to Maryland Nurses Association 2010-2012 Assistant Professor Dept. Family and Community Health

University of Maryland, School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland

Responsibilities: Educating and supervising graduate family nurse practitioner and students. Educating students and developing health curriculum for

underserved countries for the Office of Global Health. 2011-2012 Family Nurse Practitioner

The Governor’s Wellmobile, Baltimore, MD

Responsibilities: Evaluation, diagnosis, education and treatment of patients from newborn to older adults – serving the uninsured.

Summer 2008 Family Nurse Practitioner

World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland

Served an internship in the dept of “Making Pregnancy Safer.”

Responsibilities: Reviewed and prepared training materials and guidelines for prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV; prepared fact sheets on adolescent pregnancy and maternal and newborn health in crisis settings, and on birthing supplies needed during disaster; assisted preparation of training materials for a Youth Investment Training Course. Participated in Round Table Discussions, Conferences, International Conferences. 2007-present Family Nurse Practitioner

Mission to the World, Atlanta, Georgia

Responsibilities: Leading medical teams, curriculum development and teaching village health worker course, mentoring students, and participating in disaster relief efforts internationally.

2007-2008 Family Nurse Practitioner Medcor Target Clinic, MD

Responsibilities: Evaluation, diagnosis, education and treatment of patients from newborn to older adults.

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2007- present Family Nurse Practitioner

Annapolis Outreach Center, Annapolis, MD

Responsibilities: Evaluation, diagnosis, education and treatment of patients from newborn to older adults – serving the uninsured. 2005- 2006 Family Nurse Practitioner

Maryland Primary Care Physicians, Bowie, Maryland

Responsibilities: Evaluation, diagnosis, education and treatment of patients from newborn to older adults.

2003-2005 Clinical Nursing Instructor for Maternal, Newborn and Women’s Health University of Maryland, School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland

Responsibilities: Educating and supervising undergraduate students in providing nursing care, administering medications, providing labor support, observing births, providing postpartum GYN and newborn exams; and

evaluating students’ performance and written work. 2003 Graduate Teaching Assistantship

University of Maryland, School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland

Responsibilities: Educating and supervising undergraduate students in the basics of nursing fundamentals, and evaluating performance in the clinical simulation lab.

2001-2010 RN; Laser Center of Maryland Severna Park, Maryland

Director of Quality Assurance. Also responsible for OSHA training and staff immunizations.

1996-2004 RN-C; Women’s Health Center

St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland

Responsibilities: Assisted Perinatologists, Reproductive Endocrinologist, Urogynecologist, Gyn-Oncologist, and Ob-Gyn Physician group with

antenatal testing, lab tracking, and Pap test recall. Also assisted with LEEP, colposcopy, laser treatment, and triage patient phone calls.

Assisted physicians with evaluation and treatment of patients, coordination and performance of procedures and counseling, assessment of fetal heart rate patterns, patient and family teaching, evaluation of patient outcomes through chart rounds, quality assurance coordination, program planning and interaction with other health team members. Taught/mentored Univ. of Maryland and Catonsville Community College nursing students.

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1990-1992 RN; Preventive Care Health Center Severna Park, Maryland

Responsibilities: Phlebotomy, performing EKG’s, lab tests, lab tracking, pulmonary functions, physical assessments, cholesterol screening and counseling, assisting in laser surgery and blood pressure screening.

1980-1999 RN-C; The Birthing Center

St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland

Responsibilities: Phlebotomy, IV’s, surgery assistance, maternal cardiac and fetal monitoring, patient history and physical assessment, labor and delivery and recovery, patient transports, teaching and counseling. Served on various councils and committees including Educational Council, Maternal-Child Health Divisional Council and Missions Committee.

1993-1995 RN; Operating Room

St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland

Responsibilities: Admission of inpatient and outpatient surgical patients, IV starts, phlebotomy, lab tracking, patient history and physical assessment, medication administration, chart reviews, patient and family teaching and counseling.

1989-1993 RN; Cardiac Outreach/ Heart Wellness Nurse Advisor St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland

Responsibilities: Planning, developing, and coordinating heart wellness screening programs for prevention and identification of heart

disease in Baltimore City. Worked with other hospital departments to provide educational programs for the community. Reviewed health risk

questionnaires, lab test results and counseled patients on risk factors, referring those at risk to appropriate health care providers.

1978-1980 RN; 4 South

St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland Surgical, Neuro, and Orthopedics

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

2009 Grant Writing Course

2009 Tropical Medicine Course, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand 2006 Emergency Preparedness and Response, Maryland Board of Nursing 2004-2007 Pri-Med Continuing Education

2003-2011 Continuing Education through Primedical Seminars, Perifax, NPAM and AANP and others

2002-2007 Atlanta, GA; Missions conferences and seminars 2002 OSHA Training INTERNSHIPS 2003-2004 Family Practice Pediatrics Cardiology Women’s Wellness

Emergency Room: Fast Track Oncology

Tropical Medicine / International Medicine

CERTIFICATIONS AND SKILLS 2011 CPR

2007 Community Health Evangelism (CHE) Training

2006 MTW Advanced Needs Assessment Disaster Team Training 2006 Maryland DHMH Emergency Response Corp Training 2005 Johns Hopkins Medicine Disaster Mental Health Training 2005 American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Board Certification 2010 ANCC FNP Board Certification

2002 Medical Mission Team Leader Training 2001 Disaster Medical Mission Team Training 1999 Certification in Inpatient Obstetrics

1995 Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) Certification

1982 Childbirth Education Specialist (CES) Certification

AWARDS

2003 Sigma Theta Tau

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SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS / PRESENTATIONS

2003 Participation in the Capitol Hill Roundtable “Safeguarding the Public’s Health: Educating The Nation’s Nurses.”

2006 University of Maryland SON -Nurse Practitioner International Health Day Lecture “International Health and Medical Missions”

2006 Guest Lecturer to Peking Union Medical College Nursing Students in Beijing, China: “Disaster Relief in Sri Lanka.”

2008 World Health Organization Dept of MPS Presentation “Review and Comparison of the following:

 PMTCT Training Materials

 Fact Sheet on Maternal and Newborn Health in crisis settings  Fact Sheet on Adolescent Pregnancy”

2009 International University of Cambodia- Medical Students Lecture “Tuberculosis” 2009 International University of Cambodia- Midwifery Students Lecture “Post Partum

Hemorrhage”

2009 Asian Tropical Medicine Course Presentation at Mahidol University in Bangkok “Insecticide-treated Bednets for the Prevention of Malaria”

2010 Poster Presentation Waynesburg University Doctoral Reception “Implementation of a Village Health Worker Program in Rural Cambodia”

2010 University of Maryland School of Nursing “Implementation of a Village Health Worker Program in Rural Cambodia”

2010 Poster Presentation at National Doctors of Nursing Practice Conference in San Diego “Implementation of a Village Health Worker Program in Rural Cambodia”

2011 Ogbolu, Y., Iwu, E., Gourley, B., Kapustin, J., McClure, K., Moen, M., McPhaul, K., ONeil, C., Johnson, J.V. (2011). The Primary Health Care Specialist Program: Building Partnerships to Improve HIV Care. Paper Presented at the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care Conference on November 18, 2011.

PUBLICATIONS

2011 New Guidelines for the Diagnosis of Gestational Diabetes appeared in “The Oracle” NPAM Newsletter March 2011

2011 “Educating Village Health Workers in Rural Cambodia” Submitted for publication August 2011

2011 “Primary Healthcare Specialist Program in Nigeria” Curriculum developed with Univer sity of Maryland Office of Global Health to improve the capacity of nurses in Nigeria

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INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES

1995 Reynosa, Mexico (MTW-Mission to the World); Team Leader – Medical Clinics and Community Health Teaching

2001 Gujarat, India (MTW); Earthquake Disaster Medical Team

2002 Myanmar (MTW); Medical Clinics and Community Health Teaching 2002 Belize (MTW); Medical Clinics

2002-03 Lima, Peru (MTW); Team Leader – Pediatric Medical Clinics, Clinical Nursing Instruction and Community Health Teaching

2004 Belize; Family Practice Clinic and Community Health Teaching 2005 Sri Lanka (MTW); Tsunami Disaster Medical Team

2006 China (MTW); MTW Vision Assessment Trip

2006 Belize (MTW); Team Leader – Short-term Mission Trip

2007 Hobbema, Canada; Assessment, Community Development and Health Teaching for the Cree Indian population

2007 Trinidad (MTW); Medical Clinics

2007 Kenya (MTW); Team Leader – Medical Clinics, Clinical Nursing Instruction, and Community Health Teaching

2007 Myanmar (MTW); Teaching Village Health Worker Course 2007 Cambodia (MTW); Medical Clinics

2008 Trinidad (MTW); Team Leader – Medical Clinics, Clinical Nursing Instruction, and Community Health Teaching

2008 Trinidad; Hosting Teams, Teaching, Assisting with Radio Ministry 2008 Bangladesh (MTW); Teaching Village Health Worker Course 2009 Cambodia; Director and Instructor of Village Health Worker Course 2010-present Reviewer for “International Nursing Review”

2012 Guyana (UM OGH) Faculty for Student Global Health Field Experience 2012 Jamkhed, India: Practitioner Academy; Community Health Work/Research PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Sigma Theta Tau – Pi Chapter

Member of American Nurses Association

Member of American College of Nurse Practitioners Member of American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

Member of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Member of Nurse Practitioner Association of Maryland

Member of the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health

Past Member of the Maryland Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation

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VOLUNTEER WORK

Maryland Board of Nursing – Member of Nurse Practitioner Work Group: To revise forms and regulations as a result of 2010 legislative changes - SB 484/HB 319

MD Dept of Health and Mental Hygiene – Professional Volunteer Corps for Emergency Preparedness

NPAM Legislative Liaison to Maryland Nurses Association

Maryland Future of Nursing Work Group to remove scope of practice barriers Mission to the World (MTW) Missionary

Potomac Youth Presbytery Summer Youth Camp – Infirmary Director Girl Scout Leader

Girls Lacrosse Commissioner and Coach in Anne Arundel County Girls Lacrosse Coach at Chesapeake High School

Board Member, Girls Lacrosse Advisory Board of Anne Arundel County Board Member and High School All-Star Team Coach, HERO’S Lacrosse

Foundation

Youth Leader, Women’s Fellowship Leader, Sunday School Teacher and Bible Study Leader

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