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  • 1. Rudy Valenzuela, FSP, MSN, RN, FNP-C Curriculum Vitae Address: Advanced Nursing Associates, Inc. 645 S. 8th . Ave. Yuma, AZ 85364 Bus. Telephone: (928) 722-6112 Home Telephone: (928) 329-7254 E-Mail: rvalenzuela@nursing.arizona.edu Education 2004-Present Ph.D. Nursing University of Arizona Tucson, AZ 2000-2002 M. S. Nursing University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ 1994.1998 M.Div. Courses Washington Theo. Union Wash, DC 1992.1994 B.S. Nursing California State University Carson, CA 1989.1990 A.A. Nursing Imperial Valley College. Imperial, CA 1988.1900 L.V.N. Certificate Pacific Coast College. SantaAnaCA 1987 N.A. Certificate Arizona Western College. Yuma, AZ 1987 G.E.D. Yuma School District Yuma, AZ 1986 H.S. Diploma CBTIS # 33 S.L., México Residency: 2001 & 2002 Medical Office of Dr. Ismael Guerrero, MD 2001 Carondolet Medical Offices, Gwen Gallegos, FNP. 2001 Desert Medical Clinic, Dr. Frederick Stack, MD. Professional Licensures: • Arizona Family Nurse Practitioner # AP1549 • AANP Board Certification # F0404370 • DEA # MV0845707 • California RN # 477867 • Arizona RN # 106139 • Illinois RN # 0041-307107 • Florida APRN # 9209973 Certifications: • American Academy of Nurse Practitioners • Advanced Cardiac Life Support • Pediatric Advanced Life Support • Basic Life Support
  • 2. Professional Positions: 2003- Present Director of Clinical Services and Family Nurse Practitioner. Regional Center for Border Health, San Luis, AZ. 2003 – Present Founder and President. Advanced Nursing Associates, Inc., Yuma, AZ 2002 – 2003 Emergency Department Nurse Practitioner. Yuma Regional Medical Center, Yuma, AZ 1999- 2002 Emergency Department Registered Nurse. Yuma Regional Medical Center, Yuma, AZ 2000.2001 Occupational Health Nurse. Meridian Health Care. Yuma, AZ 1999.2000 Emergency Department Case Manager. Yuma Regional Medical Center, Yuma, AZ 1998.1999 Staff Registered Nurse. Yuma Regional Medical Center, Yuma, AZ 1994.1998 Pastoral Associate & Religious. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Joliet, Illinois, Washington, DC & Middletown, NY. 1993.1994 Home Health Registered Nurse. Fidelity Nursing Services, Canoga Park, CA 1992.1994 Registered Nurse/Charge Nurse. St. John’s Medical Center, Oxnard, CA 1991.1992 Seminarian. St. John’s Seminary College, Camarillo, CA 1992.1999 Religious Brother. Order of Carmelites, Encino, CA, Washington, DC, Middletown, NY, & Joliet, IL 1989.1990 Licensed Practical Nurse. Yuma Regional Medical Center, Yuma, AZ 1988.1989 Certified Nursing Assistant. Yuma Nursing Center, Yuma, AZ Teaching Positions: 2001 Arizona Western College. Associate Clinical Faculty. 2004-Present University of Arizona, College of Nursing, Teaching Assistant, Border Health Course, PhD Minor Professional Organizations: • National Association of Hispanic Nurses • American Nurses Association • American Academy of Nurse Practitioners • American College of Nurse Practitioners • National Association of Catholic Nurses • The International Honor Society of Nursing 2
  • 3. Other Activities: • President, the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, 2004 – Present. • President-Elect, the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, 2002 - 2004. • National Project Advisory Council, Cultural Competent Nursing Curriculum, Office of Minority Health, Health Resources Service Administration, 2003- Present. • Board of Directors, National Coalition of Ethnic Minority Nurse Organizations, 2002-Present. • Board of Directors, Arizona Nurses’ Association, Rio Colorado Chapter. • Advisory Board, Nurse Diversity Steering Council, Campaign for Caring, 2004-Present • Advisory Board, Nursing Spectrum/Nurseweek Magazines, 2004- Present. • The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Executive Fellowship, Semi- finalist, 2003. • Founder & First President of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, Yuma Chapter, 2000-2002. • Chairman, Advisory Committee of the Arizona Western College, Allied Health Division, 2004 – Present. • Co-chairman of the Binational Continuing Medical Education Committee at the Yuma, AZ-San Luis Binational Health & Environment Council, 2001- 2004. • Chairman of the First and Second Binational Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Course in San Luis, R.C. Sonora, in January, 2000, 2003. • Volunteer Nurse to the Diocese of Joliet Medical Mission to Sucre, Bolivia, October, 2001. • Volunteer Registered Nurse and Chaplain to the Archdiocese of Chicago Medical Partnership Mission to Santa Cruz, Bolivia, October, 1999. • Volunteer Registered Nurse and Chaplain to the Diocese of Joliet Medical Mission to Sucre, Bolivia, April 1998. • Consultant, Spanish for Healthcare Professionals. The University of Arizona College of Nursing, 2003-present. • Advisory Council Member. The Rural Health for Advanced Practice Nursing Project. The University of Arizona College of Nursing, 2003- present. • Liturgy and Theology Instructor, Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Somerton, AZ, 2000-present Speaking Engagements: • Healthcare Beliefs and Practices of the Hispanic/Latino American Patient. Presented at the at the First American Arab Nurses Association Conference, Livonia, Michigan, May 19, 2005 3
  • 4. • Cultural Aspects of Nursing Care: An Exploration of Healthcare Beliefs Among Hispanic Americans. Presented at the at the April Nursing Ground Rounds, Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center, April, 2005. • Culturally Competent Care: The Role of Nursing in Improving Healthcare Outcomes. Presented at the April Nursing Ground Rounds, Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center, April, 2005. • Obesity, Diabetes & Hypertension Among Hispanics. Presented at the 10th Annual Conference of the Arizona Interagency Farm Worker Coalition, March, 2005. • Scholarship Writing Workshop. Presented at the Arizona Western College, February, 2005. • Border Health: Why We Should Care. Presented at the 7th annual FACES Conference, November, 2005. • Scholarship, Mentorship, & Stewardship: The Three Ships We Navigate on. Presented at Gala Dinner of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, San Diego Chapter, November, 2004. • Scholarship & Mentorship: Santo Remedio. Presented at Día de Los Muertos Conference at the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, Orange County Chapter, October, 2004. • A Look at Federal Objectives in Cultural Competence in Nursing Curriculum. Presented at the Research Conference Day at the University of Arizona, College of Nursing March, 2004 • A Descriptive Analysis of Spirituality & Nursing for the Hispanic Nurse. Presented at the 28th Annual National Association of Hispanic Nurses Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, July, 2003 • Humanity, Hope, and Health for Our Children. Presented at the 9th . Annual National Association of Hispanic Nurses Conference, LA Chapter. Pasadena, CA, 2003. • The Emergence of Community Health Workers as Healthcare Professionals. Presented at the 5th . National Promotoras Conference. San Antonio, TX, 2002. • Hispanursing: Creating Practical Theory Presented at the 27th . Annual Conference of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, Miami, FL, July, 2002. • Spirituality for the Community Health Worker Presented at the Fourth National CHW’s Conference, San Diego, CA, August, 2001. • The Creation of a Binational Continuing Medical Education Committee. Presented at the 59th . Annual Meeting of the US/ Mexico Border Health Association, Las Cruces, NM, May, 2001. • Spirituality & Nursing: Take Off your Shoes. Presented at the 2nd . Nursing Conference of the Mexican Social Security Institute, San Luis, R.C., Sonora, Mexico, February, 2000. 4
  • 5. • Spirituality & Nursing: Improving Quality of Care among Healthcare Professionals through a Descriptive Analysis of Spirituality & Nursing. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Chicago/Bolivian Partnership in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, October, 1999. Honors & Awards: • Hispanic Health Leadership Award, 2005, by the National Hispanic Medical Association • Arizona Scholar Fellowship, 2004 • The Mary Opal Wolanin Outstanding Thesis Award for Excellence in Nursing Research with Vulnerable Populations, 2002 • Sigma Theta Tau, Honor Society of Nursing. • The Yuma Regional Medical Center Foundation Nursing Scholarship 2000, 2001, 2002, & 2004. • The Professional Nurse Traineeship Program Scholarship 2000 & 2001. Research Activities & Grants • Vision Community Awards Program, 2005 ($10,000.00) Healthy People 2010, Social & Health Services, Ltd. • Advocacy & Health Disparities Workshops for the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, 2005 ($50,000.00). Pfizer. • Vision Needs Assessment in Mexican American Diabetics in Yuma County, 2004 ($7,000.00) Arizona Optometric Association. • Oral Needs Assessment In South Yuma County, AZ, 2004 ($5,000.00) Arizona Department of Health Services, Office of Oral Health. • The Explanatory Models of Quechuan Mothers who Have Children with Pott’s Disease in the District of Chuquisaca, Bolivia, 2002 ($3,000.00). University of Arizona Graduate College. Current Status: Living in Yuma, AZ. Working as the Director of Clinical Services and Health Promotion for the Regional Center for Border Health and concurrently as a Family Nurse Practitioner at the San Luis Walk-In Clinic. Pursuing Doctoral studies at the University of Arizona. A Friar of the Sick Poor (FSP) of Los Angeles, a Roman Catholic Diocesan Community of Mendicant Friars. 5
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