CURRICULUM VITEA 2/2013 Amy Roberts Toone RN, PhD, MA, FNP-BC
9024 US Hwy 175 West Athens, TX 75751 Cell 325-320-2032 email@example.com ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
BSN Dallas Baptist University 1981-1983 Dallas, Texas. Bachelor of Science -Nursing MSN University of Texas 1984-1986 Arlington, Texas Master of Science-Nursing Majors-Family Nurse Practitioner and Education
Walter Reed Army Medical Center summer of 1993 Tropical Medicine Course -Diploma MA Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary 1987-1988 and 1994-1995 Fort Worth, Texas Masters in Arts Majors-Missiology Thesis-Educational Preparation and
Curriculum for Missionary Nurses
PhD University of North Texas 1999-2002 Denton, Texas Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education, minor Public Administration Dissertation: Faculty Practice Among CCNE Accredited Nursing Schools in the USA.
NURSING LICENSE AND PRACTICE NUMBERS RN license 510203 Texas Expires 10/31/2016
FNP Board Certification American Nurses Credentialing Center -Expires 1/25/2017 Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) # MT1719369 expires 11/30/2016
DPS Texas of Department of Safety # 30156118-expires 10/31/14 (in process of renewal) ACLS and basic CPR certification current through 03-2016
National Provider Identifier (NPI) # 1669642088 Prescriptive Authority in Texas #1742
Medicare UPIN # Q24345
6/2012-present Tenured Professor University of Texas at Tyler. Teaching Family Nurse Practitioner clinical management courses, pathophysiology, lab and diagnostics, and advanced assessment. Starting August 2014 Interim Director of the APN programs.
1/2013- present FNP at Disciples Clinic in Athens Texas. Manage care for adult patients (Volunteer-faculty practice). Students are evaluated for clinical skills at this clinic.
4/2013- current FNP at Highway 80 Rescue Mission Homeless clinic. Treating homeless and assisting students in this clinic that is run by our FNP faculty. Students are evaluated for clinicals skills at this clinic. (Volunteer- faculty practice).
6/2004-5/2012 Graduate Program Director, Professor Patty Hanks Shelton School of Nursing Recruit and advise all graduate students. Recruit and mentor new graduate faculty. Deal with faculty issues, tenure, and promotion. Coordinator of
International Nursing Symposium for missionary nurses in odd numbered years in Kenya. Prepare accreditation and SACS reports for HSU, ACU, McM and CCNE. Serve on university committees: Graduate Faculty of HSU, ACU, and McM. Chair of PHSSN committees: graduate faculty and tenure/ promotion Graduate didactic courses taught: Pathophysiology 1 and 2, Health Care and Missions, Nursing Theory, Nursing Research, Role of APN. Teach didactic and clinical components of all FNP specialty courses: FNP 1-3, Clinical
Management Courses, Advanced Physical Assessment, and skills for APN. Only course not taught in all of FNP curriculum is pharmacology. I have recruited and trained 151 FNP students and 149 have passed their boards on the first attempt (98.7%).
1/2008-5/2012 Family Nurse Practitioner Midwest Express Care (Dr. J's Express Care) Abilene, TX (faculty practice 16 -20 hours a week). Students are with me in this practice 70% of the time as I also precept and evaluate student clinical performance there.
9/2005-2/2008 Family Nurse Practitioner Clyde Medical Clinic Clyde, Texas (faculty practice-one day a week) Manage primary care for patients across the age spectrum.
1994-2004 Instructor and Assistant Professor, FNP coordinator at Baylor University, Dallas Texas.
Taught both undergraduate and graduate level classes. Undergraduate: Clinical teaching on cardiac floor, community health. Graduate teaching: Advanced pathophysiology, Roles of Advanced Practice Nurses, Health Care and Missions, Didactic and clinicals of all FNP management courses 1-3.
1984-1994 Family Nurse Practitioner, Clinic Manager, Missionary Southern Baptist Foreign Mission
Board Kigoma Tanzania, East Africa Directed mobile clinics, worked in outpatient department, supervised a 40 bed hospital two times a year, taught health care evangelism, translated curriculum into Swahili.
Scholarly Activity: Presentation and Conferences attended in last five years
Toone, A. International Nursing Symposium. CEU Conference for International Nurses. Limuru, Kenya: International Nursing Symposium Christian Nursing Fellows
Fountain, R., Toone, A., & Deal, B. Faith Based service learning opportunities: The good, the bad, the ugly. Journal of Christian Nursing. Manuscript submitted September 22, 2014.
Northam, S., Greer, D., Rath, L., & Toone, A. (2014). Nursing journal editor survey: Information to help authors publish. Nurse Educator.
Toone, A. (2013). Case scenarios for family practice clinical decision making. In Progress Toone, A., Ballard, S., & Petersen, S. Highway 80 Homeless Clinic. Manage Clinic Every
Fountain, R., Deal, B., & Toone, A. Faith based service learning opportunities for Schools of Nursing: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly. STTI Regional Research Conference. Bossier City, Louisiana: Sigma Theta Tau, Beta chi Chapter, Northwestern State University.
Toone, A. (2014, March).Diabetes Management in Type 1 Diabetics. International Nursing Symposium 2014. Limuru, Kenya: International Missionary Nurses.
Toone, A. (2014, March).Hypertension Update 2014 and JNC 8 International Nursing Symposium 2014. Limuru, Kenya: International Missionary Nurses.
Toone, A. (2014, March). Lyme Disease International Disease Outbreak and Management. International Nursing Symposium 2014. Limuru, Kenya: International Missionary
Toone, A. (2014, March). Pharmacology Updates for 2013-2014 For Medications
Commonly Used in Family Practice. International Nursing Symposium 2014. Limuru, Kenya: International Missionary Nurses.
Toone, A., (PI), Petersen, S., Rizer, C., Price, C., Holter, V., Crisp, M., Corley, A. (2014)
Excellence in Nurse Practitioner Education Grant for 2014. This $1500 reward
reflects the NP faculty creativity and use of technology to online nursing curriculum
in the area of Dermatology for Primary Care.Toone, Amy (CoInvestigator), Ballard, Sharron (CoInvestigator), Petersen, Sandra (PI) Assessment and Management of Pain in the Cognitively Impaired Elder, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (March 3, 2014 ‐ March 2, 2015) Awarded: February 3, 2014 Funded ‐ In Progress Spring 2014. Approval for Pre‐award Spending:
AACN Doctoral Faculty Practice Planning Committee, To plan the Faculty Practice Pre-Conference Day at the Doctoral Conference in January 2015 Spring 2014 - Spring 2015
National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty 1995 - Present Sigma Theta Tau 1986 - Present
Texas Nurse Practitioners 1986 - Present
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners 1986 – Present East Texas Nurse Practitioners 2013 – Present
College of Pharmacy Associate Dean Search Committee (The University of Texas at Tyler) Fall 2013 [Responsibility: Member]
Graduate Studies Committee (Department of Nursing) Spring 2013 - Present [Responsibility: Member]
Advanced Practice Subcommittee (Department of Nursing) Fall 2013 - Present [Responsibility: Chair]
Other Institutional Service
Pretenure review committee (Department of Nursing) Spring 2014
MSN curriculum revision chair (Department of Nursing) Fall 2012 - Spring 2013 DNP Proposal Committee (department of Nursing) Fall 2014
Other Scholarly Activities
2012-2014 Obtained 75 CEUs on various topics in Primary Care. Twenty of these hours were in Pharmacy.
2011 AANP region 6 leadership meeting Irving Texas
3/9-3/15 2011 Podium presentations Sixth International Nursing Symposium Limuru, Kenya on Common Office Procedures (with a lab), Suturing-basic and advanced (with hand on labs), and Antibiotics of Choice.
March 2011 Primed Conference in Houston Texas. 12 CEU
Jan 2010 Doctoral Education Conference ANCC Captiva Florida, 11 CEU Feb. 2010 Graduate Nursing Admissions AACN Conference Orlando, Florida April 2 2010 National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty Conference
Washington DC. 17.5 CEU
May 2010 AANP Region 6 Leadership Meeting Irving Texas
Oct-Dec 2010 Coordinate the Sixth International Nursing Symposium Kenya 2/28-3/5/2011
March 2009 Podium presentations (4): New Developments in Asthma Management in Pediatrics, Interpretations of the Complete Blood Count, Suturing lab-both basic and advanced, and hypertension management. International Nursing Symposium Limuru, Kenya, March 8-15 East Africa
November 08 Podium presentation at Trinity College of Dublin Ireland
Grants received and written:
Major grants recently written: Awarded (198,800 in HRSA grants in 2011)
2010 HRSA 10-281: To increase enrollment and access to rural care ($ 3,168,000) was not awarded. Primary Writer (80%)
2011 Awarded HRSA 11-043 ANEE traineeship for primary care providers. Received 18, 800/year. Listed as project director. Wrote 90%
2011 Awarded HRSA 11-045 Nursing Faculty Loan Program (180,000) major writer (75%).
PUBLICATIONS: Peer Reviewed Journals
Toone, A. (2010) Giving Through Teaching: How Nurse Educators are Changing the World. National League of Nursing. Springer Publishing Company (p. 116-121). Roberts, A. & Kemp, C. (2001). Infectious Diseases in Refugees and Immigrants. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 13 (1), 7-9. Roberts, A. & Kemp, C. (2001). Ascariasis. Journal of the American Academy of
Nurse Practitioners. 13 (2), 55-56.
Roberts, A. & Kemp, C. (2001). Brucellosis (Mediterrananean Fever, Gibralter fever, Malta fever, Cyprus fever, Undulant fever, Typhomalarial fever). Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 13 (3), 106-107.
Roberts, A. & Kemp, C. (2001). Chagas Disease (American Trypanosomiasis). Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 13 (4), 152-153.
Roberts, A. & Kemp, C. (2001). Dengue Fever. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 13 (6), 243-245.
Roberts, A. & Kemp, C. (2001). Ebola and Marburg Hemmorrhagic Fevers. Journal of the
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 13 (7),291-292.
Roberts, A. & Kemp, C. (2001). Infectious Diseases: Echinoccoccosis (Hydatid Disease). Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 13 (8),346-347.
Roberts, A. & Kemp, C. (2001). Infectious Diseases: Filariasis-Bancroftian filariasis, Malayan filariasis, Loiasis, (loa-Ioa) Onchocerciasis (river blindness).
Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 13 (9), 391-394. Roberts, A. & Kemp, C. (2001). Infectious Diseases: Giardia. Journal of the
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.) 3 (12), 532-533.
Roberts, A. & Kemp, C. (2001). Infectious Diseases: Hookworm. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 14 (4), 2-3.
Kemp, C., & Roberts, A (2002). Infectious Diseases: Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers. Journal of American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 14 (4), 146-149.
Roberts, A, & Kemp, C. (2002). Infectious Diseases: Lassa Fever. Journal of American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 14 (7), 289-290.
Roberts, A. (2001). Review of the book Using Technology in Teaching and Learning. Community College Journal of Research and Practice.
SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS
Dec 2012-present Member of the East Texas Nurse Practitioners Association. 2007-2009 President of the Big Country Advanced Nurse Practitioners Association. 2005-2009 Member of the Big Country Advanced Nurse Practitioners Association. 2000-current Member of National Organization of nurse Practitioner Faculty 1986-current Member of Sigma Theta Tau Delta Theta Chapter.