Ngozi D. Mbue, PhD, MSN, RN, ANP-C 6901 Bertner Ave. Houston, TX 77030
Telephone: 713-500-2153. Fax: 713-500-2171 Email: Ngozi.email@example.com
University of Texas Health Science Center 2013 PhD Houston, Texas
University of Missouri 2002 MSN Kansas City, Missouri
Towson State University 1997 BSN
National Certificate in Education 1990 NCE Alvan Ikoku College of Education (Nigeria)
Adult Nurse Practitioner – Texas (Active) 2009 – Present Registered Nursing License - Texas (Active) 2009 – Present
Adult Nurse Practitioner License –Missouri (Inactive) Registered Nurse License- Missouri (Inactive)
National Certification by American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Mid-Level Provider DEA License (Inactive)
Basic Cardiac Life Support Certification
University of Texas, Health Science Center School of Nursing 2013 – Present Assistant Professor (Tenure track) Consilium Staffing 2013 – Present
Adult Nurse Practitioner
Tomagwa Clinic 2015 – Present Adult Nurse Practitioner Volunteer
Credentialed Nurse Researcher 2014 – Present Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital Houston, Texas
Broke Army Medical Center (BAMC) 2011 – 2013 San Antonio, Texas
Nurse Practitioner Research Brooke Army Center for Nursing Science 2012 and Clinical Inquiry (CNSCI) (Summer Internship)
Clinical Research Nurse Practitioner
Brooke Army Medical Center 2007– 2010
San Antonio, Texas
Family Medicine Services Adult Nurse Practitioner
Walter Reed Army Medical Center 2006 – 2007 Washington, DC
Internal Medicine/Geriatric Clinics
Adult Nurse Practitioner/Preceptor
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital 2004 – 2006 Fort Campbell, Kentucky
Troop Medical Clinic
Adult Nurse Practitioner
Samson K. Orusa MD PA 2003 – 2004 Clarksville, Tennessee
Internal and General Medicine Adult Nurse Practitioner
Menorah Medical Center 1999 – 2003 Overland Park, Kansas
Med-Surgical, Telemetry Units Registered Nurse
Lutheran Trinity Hospital 1998 –1999 Kansas City, Missouri
Truman Medical Center 1997–1998 Kansas City, Missouri
3 AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
2015 Nominee John P. McGovern Undergraduate Teacher of the Year Award for 2015
2012 Dr. Bergstrom Scholar award, University of Texas School of Nursing, Houston, Texas ($1.500).
2012 Dean Patricia L. Starck Scholarship Award, University of Texas School Of Nursing, Houston Texas ($475.00).
2011 The Valley Memorial Gerontological Nursing Endowed Scholarship Award, Houston Texas ($1.000).
2010 – 2012 Recipient, Post-9/11 GI Bill, Department of Defense ($9,500) 2005 Department of the Army Civilian Certificate of Achievement, Fort
2007 Dean’s List, Towson State University, Towson, Maryland 2002 Sigma Theta Tau-International Nursing Honor Society
2000 Menorah Medical Center Foundation - Dedicate in my name a Paver Brick in the Polsky Dining Center, Overland Park, Kansas.
2014 -2015 Early Research Career/Dissertation Research Grant Award by The National Black Nurses Association
2013 – 2014 American Association of Diabetes Educators/Sigma Theta Tau International Grant.
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE/ PROJECTS
2012 Effectiveness of acupuncture as an adjunctive treatment for chronic pain in combat-injured service members. Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio Texas. PI: Dr. Nayback-Beebe Ann.
Role: Data Collection.
2011 A pilot study of the Association between Depression and Metabolic Control on Tricare Beneficiaries at Brooke Amy Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas Role: Principal Investigator
2007 Shared Medical Group; multidisciplinary approach to educate elderly Patients/family members at risk for falls on ways to prevent falls/injury – Walter Reed Army Medical Center: A mulita-disciplinary project.
4 Role: Recruitment and Data collection.
2007 Drivers Clinic for Geriatric Patients as part of a teaching tool for medical Students–Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
Role: Developed and managed clinic.
2002 Early Childhood Immunization study. University of Missouri School of Nursing Kansas City. PI: Dr. Thad Wilson 2002. Graduate Project Role: Data Collection.
1997 Elder Abuse 1997 – Undergraduate Student Project. Towson State University Towson Maryland.
Role: Design, data collection and analysis. 1997 Clinical Pathways for Fall & Injury Prevention for
Good Samaritan Hospital Baltimore Maryland Undergraduate student project. Role: Data collection and Developed Clinical Pathways
N. D. Mbue, D.H. Kang, J. Meininger, S. Young-McCaughan, N. Padhye, G. Varghese & T. Shank (Dissertation, Published). The role of Depression, Stress and Self-Management Behaviors on Metabolic Control in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes. Journal of Medical, Research and Practice
N. D. Mbue, D.H. Kang, J. Meininger, S. Young-McCaughan, N. Padhye, G. Varghese & T. Shank (in preparation). Association between depression and metabolic control in adults with type 2 diabetes in a military medical center. Depression, Research and Treatment Journal.
N. D. Mbue, D.H. Kang, J. Meininger, S. & Baun, M. (in review). The effects of depression, stress on self-management behaviors in adults with type 2 diabetes. International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare.
PRESENTATIONS STATE AND NATIONAL
N. D. Mbue, E. Pinholt & H. Kumar (May, 2007, Podium Presentation). Drivers Clinic for Geriatric Patients. Department of Geriatrics. Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC.
N.D. Mbue (June, 2011). To adopt Roy’s Adaptation Model for type 2 diabetics with depression in an outpatient clinic in a Military Treatment Facility. Accepted for presentation at Roy Adaptation Association International Workshops and Conference Boston College N. D. Mbue, D.H. Kang, J. Meininger, S. Young-McCaughan, N. Padhye, G. Varghese & T. Shank (February, 2014, Poster Presentation). The role of depression, stress and
management behaviors on metabolic control in adults with type 2 diabetes. Southern Nursing Research Society Conference in San
N.D. Mbue (March, 2014, Podium Presentation) The Challenges and Barriers to Effective Diabetes Self-Monitoring in Rural Nigeria. The 2014 Houston Global Health Collaborative. LOCAL PRESENTATIONS
N.D. Mbue (April, 2015, Presentation). Improving Clinical Outcomes for Veterans with type 2 Diabetes. Prime care clinical practice and research council. Veterans Hospital, Houston Texas.
M. Love & N.D. Mbue (March 26, 2015, Round Table Discussion). Improving adherence with diabetes self-management for Diabetic patients seen at TOMAGWA clinic,
presented during Diabetic Care Team Meeting. TOMOGWA Clinic Tomball, Texas
RESEARCH PROPOSALS SUBMITTED FOR FUNDING
N.D. Mbue & S. Crandall Empowering Mothers in the Prevention of Mosquitoes Related Diseases in Okpuetere, Nigeria: a Pilot Intervention Study.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation: Grand Challenges Explorations Round 14. Fund $100.000.
N. D. Mbue & J. Wang A Multiple Behavior Self-Monitoring Intervention for Veterans with Diabetes: A Feasibility Study.
Dean’s Research Award. Fund $6,000.
N. D. Mbue & J. Wang. A Multiple Behavior Self-Monitoring Intervention: Improving Health Behaviors and Clinical Outcomes for Veterans with Diabetes.
PARTNERS 2014 Nursing Research Proposal. Fund $18,000.
N. D. Mbue & J. Wang. A Multiple Behavior Self-Monitoring Intervention for African American Veterans with Diabetes: A Feasibility Study.
NBNA Early Research Career/Dissertation Research Grant Award: Funding Status: (Funded, $5,000)
ONGOING RESEARCH SUPPORT
National Black Nurses Association Early Researcher Grant August 2014-August 2015. A Multiple Behavior Self-Monitoring Intervention for African American Veterans with
Diabetes: A Feasibility Study. (Currently at the VA Hospital Houston, Texas) Role: Principal Investigator
Post-9/11 GI Bill, Department of Defense (2010-2012). Association between Depression and metabolic control in Tricare Beneficiaries. A Retrospective Pilot study.
Role: Principal Investigator
American Association of Diabetes Educators/Sigma Theta Tau International Grant May 2013-May 2014. Implementing a Multiple Behavior Self-Monitoring Intervention within a Diabetes Education Program
Sigma Theta Tau International Society Zeta Pi Chapter 2015 – Present American Academy of Nurse Practitioners member 2002 – Present Roy Adaptation Association 2011 – Present American Association of Diabetes Educators 2015 – Present National Black Nurse Association member 2014 – Present American Nurses Association 2015 – Present Southern Nursing Research Society 2012 – 2015 American College of Nurse Practitioners 2006 – 2012 Sigma Theta Tau International Society Lambda Phi Chapter 2002 – 2015 American Diabetes Association 2013 – 2015
COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP/ ACTIVITIES
Member Knights of Saint Peter Claver Ladies Auxiliary 2013 – Present Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, San Antonio
Volunteer in Youth Programs (Junior Daughters Auxiliary) 2012 – 2014 Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, San Antonio, Texas
Religious Education and Church Activities 2010 – 2014 Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School
Volunteer Catholic Youth Organization Sporting Activities 2010 – 2013 Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School
Volunteer Girls Scout Activities 2010 –2011 Troop 344 Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish
Volunteer Cub Scout Activities 2010 –2012
N6741. Advanced Clinical Practice. Adult/Gerontology Primary Care. University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing Graduate Students (6 credits) Fall, 2015. N6152B. Advanced Physical Exam and Differential Diagnosis. University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing (3 Credits) 2014-Present N3523B Medical Surgical II (Care II). University of Texas Health Science Center School
of Nursing under graduate (3 Credits) (Clinical Instructor) Fall, 2015 N3515. Care 1 (Medical Surgical I). University of Texas Health Science Center School of
Nursing Didactic Care 1 (4 credits) (Director and Lead-instructor). Spring 2015-Fall 2015 N3515. Medical Surgical I Didactic Care 1. University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing (4 Credits) (Co-lead instructor) Fall, 2014 N4530W. Critical Synthesis under graduate Final year Online (1Credit).University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing (Co-lead instructor). 2013-2014 N4528B. High Acuity (3 Credits) (Clinical Instructor) Summer, 2014 N3523B. Medical Surgical II (Care II). University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing under graduate (3 Credits) (Clinical Instructor) Fall, 2013 N3511. Health Assessment. University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing under graduate (3 Credits) (Clinical Instructor) 2013 – Present .
CONTINUING EDUCATION / QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVES
Research seminar and training University of Texas School of Nursing Austin Texas Summer, 2015
Grant 101 and 102 seminar University of Texas Health System at Dental School January, 2015 Advanced Pharmacology Update for Advance Practice Nurses. University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing March, 2015 Certified Nurse Educator Course: an Overview University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing June, 2015
Standards for accreditation of baccalaureate and graduate nursing programs. University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing Summer, 2015 Adaptive Quizzing for the NCLEX-RN and Lewis Medical surgical training Elsevier-Evolve 2014-2015 Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) committee member. University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing 2014-Present
Testing guideline and Exam committee for undergraduates (member task force). University of Texas Health Science Center Spring, 2015 Health Education Systems Inc. HESI (nursing exams training Elsevier Fall, 2013 Baccalaureate council member University of Texas Health Science Center School of Nursing 2013-Present
Research and Investigational Group (RIG) University of Texas Health Science Center (member) 2013-Present
GRADUATE STUDENT SECONDARY ADVISOR/MENTOR Havor Essi Creighton University in Omaha NE