CURRICULUM VITAE [Short] CERTIFICATION: AMERICAN NURSES CREDENTIALING CENTER

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CURRICULUM VITAE

[Short] January 1 2010

NAME: EMILY JAYNE YATES LUTZ

DATE OF APPOINTMENT: AUGUST 1, 1988 N.C. LICENSE NUMBER: 071521

RANK: CLINICAL PROFESSOR

ADJUNCT GRADUATE FACULTY

CERTIFICATION: AMERICAN NURSES CREDENTIALING CENTER Clinical Specialist Community/Public Health Nursing October 2005-November 30, 2010.

CERTIFICATION # 2005008636-19.

Community Health Nurse, Certification # 151894-12 January 1 1991-December 31, 1995;

January 1, 1996-December 31, 2000; January 1 2001-December 31 2005.

BCLS, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiac Care, American Heart Association, August 1988-Present.

TENURE: No

EDUCATION:

Degrees Major Area Of Study_____Institution

(Chronological Order- including dates of graduation) University of North Carolina Greensboro, NC 1966-1968 BSN, Nursing University of North Carolina

Chapel Hill, NC 1968-1970 Master of Science Oklahoma University 1975-1977

Nursing Major College of Nursing, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Clinical Tracts: Community Health Nursing

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ADDITIONAL EDUCATION: Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations Courses Graduate Program

UNCG School of Education 2002-2005

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Years Position Title Organization Location 2009-Present Volunteer On-Call Nurse Guilford County Greensboro &

Screening Coordinator Interfaith Hospitality High Point, NC Network

1997-Present Clinical Associate Professor University of North Carolina Greensboro, NC School of Nursing

2005-2006 On-Call Nurse Hospice of the Piedmont/ High Point, NC Care Connection

2005-Present Volunteer Parish Nurse Wesley Memorial United High Point, NC Methodist Church

2005, 2006 Research Assistant University of North Carolina Greensboro, NC Summer Dr. Debra Wallace

Dr. Patricia Crane

1997-2001 Volunteer Nurse University of North Carolina Greensboro, NC [Summers] Volunteer Faculty- School of Nursing

Independent Study Health Centers- Hampton Homes

1999-1994 Grant Consultant Forsyth County Winston-Salem, NC Health Promotion in Health Department

the Elderly

1988-1997 Visiting Assistant Professor University of North Carolina Greensboro, NC School of Nursing

1981-1983 Clinical Instructor Davidson County Lexington, NC

[Part Time] ICU Community College

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1972-1978 Team Leader City/County Oklahoma City,

PHN III Health Department Oklahoma

1971-1972 Unit Manager Beebe Hospital Lewes, Delaware Cardiac Telemetry

1970-1971 Staff Nurse Beebe Hospital Lewes, Delaware Cardiac Telemetry

1970 Staff Nurse Doctors Hospital San Diego,

Surgical ICU California

Cardiac Telemetry PUBLICATIONS:

Brown-Schott, N., Block, D., Joyce, B., Lutz, J., Callen, B. Smith, C. (2010). Essentials of baccalaureate nursing education for entry level community/public health nursing"

Public Health Nursing. In press.

Debrew, J. and Lutz, J. (2009). Looking through a community lens: Innovative ways to integrate community health nursing competencies into all settings of care. Issues in

Mental Health Nursing. 31(1), 64-67.

Callen, B., Block, D., Joyce, B., Lutz, J., Brown-Schott, N., Smith, C. Essentials of

Baccalaureate Nursing Education for Entry Level Community/Public Health Nursing (2009). Found on the Web site for the Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (ACHNE).

Lutz, J., Herrick, C., Lehman, B. Community partnership: A school of nursing creates nursing Centers for older adults. Nursing and Health Care Perspectives.(2001). 22(1), 26-29. Lutz, J. UNCG nursing students practice wellness in elderly housing centers in Greensboro.

(1996). Advance for Nursing. 6 (2), 64-66. SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES

Creative Scholarly Development

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N460 Nursing Care of Adult Vulnerable Population. Experimental course summer 2007, UNCG School of Nursing.

Health Promotion Learning Module: GWEP II. Summer 2007.

Best Practices for Holistic Gerontological Nursing Care, seven modules for CNA Education. North Carolina State Board of Nursing. Summer 2006. Contracted by Dr. Debra Wallace Grants Intramural

Wellness Centers for Older Adults. Lutz, J., PI (June 2001) The Moses Cone-Wesley Long Community Health Foundation. ($2000).

Establishing a New Clinical Site for the Education of Undergraduate

Students in a School of Nursing. Lutz, J. PI. (June 2001). Greensboro AHEC. ($1000). Extending a Wellness Program in Senior Living Centers. Lutz, J. PI. The Moses

Cone-Wesley Community Foundation. July, 1999. ($2000).

Extending a Wellness Program in Senior Living Centers. Lutz, J. PI. The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust. October 1998. ($12,000).

The Effect of Extending a Wellness Program in Senior Living Centers. Lutz, J. PI. (November, 1998). Sigma Theta Tau International, Gamma Zeta Chapter. October, 1998. ($2000) Additional Research

Barriers to undergraduate baccalaureate public health nursing clinical education in North Carolina. Joint research with NC Public Health Institute, Chapel Hill, NC. March 2003-May 2008.

Presentations

Brown-Schott, N., Block, D., Joyce, B., Lutz, J., Callen, B. Smith, C.: Essentials of baccalaureate nursing education for entry level community/public health nursing:

A critical analysis. 2010 ACHNE & ASTDN Joint Meeting in collaboration with APHA. June, 2010, Arlington, Virginia. Symposium presentation.

Brown-Schott, N., Block, D., Joyce, B., Lutz, J., Callen, B. Smith, C. Essential content

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Brown-Schott, N., Block, D., Joyce, B., Lutz, J., Callen, B. Smith, C. Essential Content Linkages: A Comparison of AACN and ACHNE Essentials. University of Toledo 4th

Annual Research Conference. Toledo, Ohio. March, 2010.

Brown-Schott, N., Block, D., Joyce, B., Lutz, J., Callen, B.,Smith, C. Essential Content

Linkages: A Comparison of AACN and ACHNE Essentials. American Association of Colleges of Nurses (AACN). 2009 Baccalaureate Educational Conference. Chicago, Illinois. November 2009.

Brown-Schott, N., Block, D., Joyce, B., Lutz, J., Callen, B., Smith, C. Essential Content

Linkages: A Comparison of AACN and ACHNE Essentials. The University of Toledo College of Nursing 4th Annual Research Conference. Accepted for presentation April 26, 2010.Toledo, Ohio.

Brown-Schott, N., Block, D., Joyce, B., Lutz, J., Callen, B., Smith, C. Essentials of

Baccalaureate Nursing Education for Entry Level Community/Public Health Nursing: A Critical Analysis. Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (ACHNE) and Association of State and Territorial Directors of Nursing (ASTDN) Joint Meeting. Accepted for podium presentation. June 10-12, 2009. Arlington, Virginia.

Lutz, J. Membership Retention. Leadership Academy. Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. October 2009, Indianapolis, Indiana. Invited presentation.

Lutz, J. Cultural Immersion as a Nursing Education Strategy. Poster Presentation. Spring Institute 2008 Association of Community Health Nursing Educators. May 2008. Atlanta, GA.

Lutz, J. A Caring Alternative: A Nurse Run Clinic in a Public Housing Community. Paper Presentation. Southern Gerontological Society. April 2007. Greensboro, North Carolina.

Lutz, J. Guest Lecturer. NUR 390 Culture and Health Care. June 2007, March 2008, June 2008. University of North Carolina. Greensboro, NC

Lutz, J. Cultural Immersion in the United States: A Clinical Education Strategy. Poster

Presentation. Gamma Zeta Gala Celebration. April; 2007. Greensboro North Carolina. Lutz, J. Cultural Immersion as a Clinical Stragegy. American Public Health Association.

134 Annual Meeting and Exposition. November, 2007. Boston MA.

Lutz, J. Effective Partnerships Ensure Competency in Preparation and Practice.

NC Public Health Nursing . Academic and Practice Summit. Chapel Hill, September 2004.

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Lutz, J. Solutions: From Barriers to Opportunities. Association of Community Health Nursing Educators. Spring Institute, Minneapolis, May 2004.

Lutz, J. From Barriers to Solutions. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. November 2003.San Francisco, California.

Lutz, J. A Different Campus-Community Partnership: Joining Together for Caring. Associatio of Community Health Nursing Educators. Spring Institute, Colorado Springs. May 2003.

Lutz, J. Nursing Clinics in Residential Communities for Older Adults. Moses Cone-Wesley Long Community Health Foundation Annual Dinner. Greensboro, NC. November, 2001

Lutz, J. A School of Nursing’s Wellness Programs in Senior Living Centers. Association of Community Health Nursing Educators. Spring Institute, Pheonix, Arizona. May, 2000. Lutz, J. The Impact of Extending a School of Nursing’s Wellness Programs in Senior Living

Centers. Annual Research Day. Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Gamma Zeta Chapter. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Nursing, Greensboro, NC. April, 2000

Lutz, J. Wellness Programs for Independent Living Older Adults. Southern Geronotological Society. Raleigh, NC. March, 2000.

Lutz, J. Guest lecturer. N330, Health of Women. Health Care Policy affecting the Health of Women. University of North Carolina School of Nursing. Greensboro, NC. January 19, 2000

Lutz, J. The Effects of Extending a Wellness Program in Senior Living Centers. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Nursing Research Forum, October, 1998. Lutz, J. The Effects of Extending a Wellness Program in Senior Living Centers. East

Tennessee State University School of Nursing Spring Institute, National Conference. Washington, DC. March, 1999.

Lutz, J. Expanding a School of Nursing’s Wellness Program in Senior Living Centers. American Association of Community Health Nursing Educators. Spring Institute. Chicago, Illinois. May, 1998.

AWARDS AND HONORS

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2009 Excellence: Leading by Example. Healthy Guilford Initiative. Guilford County, NC. 2008 Excellence in Chapter Involvement. Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society

of Nursing, Gamma Zeta Chapter.

2007 Inducted. Golden Chain, University of North Carolina Greensboro.

2006 Excellence in Practice Award, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Gamma Zeta Chapter.

2004 Support Recognition for Adult Student Learners, UNCG. 2001 North Carolina Nurse: Great 100 Recipient.

2001 1st Community Service Award.. Moses Cone-Wesley Long Community Health Foundation.

2000 Excellence in Teaching Award, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Gamma Zeta Chapter.

1997 UNCG School of Nursing Teaching Excellence Award.

1977 Scholastic Achievement Award, Oklahoma University College of Nursing MEMBERSHIPS AND OFFICES IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 1970-Present. Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.

2010-2011 Region 13 Coordinating Committee, Chapter Communication 2008-2010. President Gamma Zeta Chapter

2009-Present Region 13 Coordinating Committee, Chapter Mentor 2007-2008 President-Elect 2005-2007 1st Counselor 2004-2005 Awards Committee 2002-2003 Senior Counselor 2002-2003 Junior Counselor 1998-2001 Secretary

1996-1998 Development Committee Chair

1973-1995 Member Beta Chapter, Oklahoma University 1970-1973 Member Alpha Alpha Chapter, Chapel Hill, NC 1993-Present Association of Community Health Nursing Educators

2008-Present National Task Force: Revision of Essentials of Baccalaureate Education

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2007-2008 National By-Laws Committee

1998-2000 National Task Force: Essentials for Baccalaureate Education in

Community Health Nursing

2004-Present. Baccalaureate Faculty in Public Health Nursing, Focus Group. Academy of Public

Health Education. Southeastern Region.

2003-Present PHN National Task Force. Founding member. Academy of Public Health Education. Southeastern Region.

1975-Present American Nurses Association, 1975-present 1981-Present North Carolina Nurses Association

Member, Community Health Division on Practice Member, Education Division on Practice

1994-1995 Member at Large, Executive Committee, Education Division on Practice, 1981-Present Member, District #9

Active participant, Volunteer Community Nurse Corps 2001-2007 Member American Public Health Association.

COMMUNITY/PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

2009-Present Guilford County Interfaith Hospitality Network. Founder. Nursing visits weekly to Greensboro and High Point sites. Greensboro, NC; High Point, NC.

2009-Present Get Healthy Guilford Task Force. Appointment by the Guilford County Board of Health. Greensboro, NC

2008-Present. Guilford County Trans-Fat Education Committee. Appointment by Guilford County Board of Health. Greensboro, NC.

2008-Present Board of Directors. Moses Cone Congregational Nurse Program. Greensboro,

NC.

Fall 2007 Founding Faculty Member: Health and Social Justice. UNCG School of Nursing.

April 2007 Vendor, Nurse Participant. The Poverty Simulation. Moses Cone Congregational Nurse Program,

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2009 Leader, First Choice, Spiritually Based Weight Management Program. Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, High Point NC.

2004-Present Nurse Clinic founder & volunteer staff: Macedonia Community Health Clinic. High Point, NC (through Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church).

1998-2003 Advisory Board: School Based Clinic. High Point Central High School, High Point, NC.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

2000-Present Communicable Disease Advisory Committee. School of Nursing Representative. 2000-Present OSHA Trainer. School of Nursing.

2007-Present Academic Computing Committee, School of Nursing representative. 2000-Present Class Advisor; Class of 2010, Class of 2007, Class of 2003, Class of 2000. 2008. Plenary Faculty Subcommittee: Examination of The Essentials of

Baccauleareate Education for Professional Nursing Practice.

2008 Undergraduate Council Subcommittee: RN to BSN Program. Policy for travel abroad. .

2008 Undergraduate Council Subcommittee: RN to BSN Program. Examination of the Community Health NLN.

2008 Review of Clinical Track Appointments: Committee appointed by the Dean.

2008 Advanced Project Committee Master’s Degree Students: Fall 2008, Fall 2008, 2002; 1999.

2006-2009 Faculty Teaching Excellence Award Committee. 1998-1999 Chair

2006-2007 Curriculum Committee: 2006-2007.

2004 Search Committee. Community Practice faculty member. 2002 Development of NUR 420 into Global Perspective Course,

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2002 Community Health faculty utilization in NUR 425…proposal Development.

2001 Search Committee. Community Practice Department Chair. 1999-2006 Research Committee.

1991-2002 Student Admissions and Progression Committee. 1997-1998, Chair. .

1999-2002 Senior Planning Group for Curriculum Changes to Senior Year. 1998-2002 Coordinator. School of Nursing Wellness Centers.

1998-2000 Student Recruitment and Orientation.

1997 Clinical Appointments for Lecturers in the School of Nursing. 1996-1997 Clinical Track Development Committee.

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