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  1. 1. UNIVERSITY OF UTAH COLLEGE OF NURSING ACADEMIC VITA PERSONAL DATA Patricia H. Berry Assistant Professor 10 South 2000 East Room 551 Salt Lake City, UT 84112 801-585-9636 801-587-9838 (fax) E-Mail: patricia.berry@nurs.utah.edu Citizenship: United States EDUCATION Year Degree Institution (Area of Study) 1996 PhD University of Wisconsin - Madison (Human Development and Family Studies) 1980 MS University of Utah- Nursing (Gerontological Nurse Clinician) 1973 BS College of St. Teresa, Winona, MN (Nursing) Licensure/Certification APRN State License, UT (5072870-4405) Certified Advanced Practice Nurse, Palliative Care, American Nurses Credentialing Center Certified Gerontological Nurse Practitioner, American Nurses Credentialing Center Certification, Gerontology, Rocky Mountain Gerontology Center Area(s) of Specialization Palliative Care, End-of-life care, Pain Management, Gerontological Nursing EMPLOYMENT / PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Dates Position, Institution 10/01 – present Assistant Professor, University of Utah College of Nursing, Salt Lake City, UT 03/02 – 01/05 Nurse Practitioner (part time), Pain Medicine and Palliative Care, Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 09/97 - 09/01 Project Coordinator, JCAHO Pain Management Standards Project, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI 09/97 - 09/01 Nurse Program Manager, Institutionalizing Effective Pain Management Practices, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
  2. 2. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 2 March, 2007 05/96 - 05/97 Research Specialist, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing, Madison, WI 04/94 - 04/96 Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement Coordinator, HospiceCare Inc, Madison, WI 07/93 - 08/93 Independent Study/Observership, Palliative Care Program, St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 04/91 - 04/97 Registered Nurse, HospiceCare, Inc., Madison, WI 03/86 - 03/87 Hospice Home Care Nurse, HospiceCare, Inc., Madison, WI 07/84 - 06/01 Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Instructor, and Teaching Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing, Madison, WI 01/85 - 01/90 Surveyor, Accreditation Program for Hospice Care, Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations, Chicago, IL 05/83 - 05/86 Hospice Coordinator/Clinical Nurse Specialist, Methodist Hospital, Madison, WI 01/82 - 12/82 Acting Coordinator, Patient and Family Services, Hospice of Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, UT 07/80 - 06/83 Clinical Adjunct Instructor, University of Utah College of Nursing, Salt Lake City, UT 07/79 - 07/83 Oncology Nurse Clinical Specialist, Holy Cross Hospital and St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City, UT 05/77 - 05/83 Volunteer RN, Family Treatment Team, Hospice of Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, UT 03/77 - 03/79 Registered Nurse, University of Utah Medical Center, Salt Lake City, UT 08/75 - 06/77 Classroom and Clinical Instructor, Abbott-Northwestern Hospital School of Nursing, Minneapolis, MN 01/73 - 01/75 Registered Nurse, Adult Hematology and Oncology, University of Minnesota Health Sciences Center, Minneapolis, MN HONORS, RECOGNITIONS & AWARDS Year Recognition 2002 Book of the Year Award (Advanced Practice Category for End-of-Life Care: Clinical Practice Guidelines [with K.K. Kuebler & D. Heidrich]), American Journal of Nursing 1979-present Sigma Theta Tau International FUNDED RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY WORK Extramural Grants/Funding Dates Role Title Funding Agency Status Principle Investigator Pain in Assisted Living: Prevalence and Intervention (resubmission) National Institute of Nursing Research, National Institute of Aging Undergoing revision for resubmissio n
  3. 3. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 3 March, 2007 07/06 – 6/08 Co- Investigator Measuring Nursing Care Quality Related to Pain Management Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative Funded 07/06 - 06/09 Co-Director Enhanced RN Credentials: Geriatric Care and Leadership (competing continuation) Bureau of Health Professions, Health Resources Services Administration Funded 05/05-08/06 Co-Director Navajo Cultural Immersion Experience PacifiCorp and Michael Foundations Funded 09/03-06 /06 Co-Director Enhanced RN Credentials: Geriatric Care and Leadership Bureau of Health Professions, Health Resources Services Administration Funded 06/98-06/01 Project Coordinator Institutionalizing Pain Management: Making Pain Assessment and Treatment an Integral Part of the United States HealthCare System Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Funded 10/91-09 /94 Principal Investigator Cancer Nursing in Long Term Care: Pain Control Barriers Individual Predoctoral National Research Service Award, National Cancer Institute Funded 01/82-12 /82 Principal Investigator Intermountain Bereavement Education National Hospice Organization, Kellogg Foundation Funded 01/81-12 /81 Principal Investigator Educational Program for Persons with Cancer and Their Families Utah Division, American Cancer Society Funded
  4. 4. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 4 March, 2007 Intramural Grants/Funding 07/05-10/05 Project Co- Director Navajo Cultural Immersion Experience University of Utah Health Sciences Educational Resource Development Council Funded 5/04-7/04 Project Co- Director Navajo Cultural Immersion Experience University of Utah Health Sciences Educational Resource Development Council Funded 06/02-11 /04 Principal Investigator Families as Advocates for End of Life Care in Long Term Care Settings: Family Focus Groups College of Nursing Research Committee Funded Independent Research 2006-present Prevalence of Pain in Assisted Living Facilities 2004-present Content Analysis of Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission (NELM) Hospital and Clinic Medical Records/Navajo/Rock Point, AZ Health Care Access Project (ongoing) 2003 Families as Advocates for End of Life Care in Long Term Care Settings (focus groups) 2001 Analysis of Nurse Practitioner Controlled Substances Prescriptive Authority 1996 The Pain of Terminal Cancer in the Nursing Home (dissertation) 1993 Barriers to Pain Management in Hospice Family Caregivers 1980 The Loss of a Spouse to Cancer: Implication for Nursing (thesis) PUBLICATIONS & EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE Books (or Chapters in books): Berry PH, Griffie J. (2006). Planning for the actual death. In B. R. Ferrell & N. Coyle (Eds.), Textbook of Palliative Nursing (2nd ed.). New York: Oxford University Press. Berry PH (Ed.). (2005) Core Curriculum for the Generalist Hospice and Palliative Nurse (2nd ed.), Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt. Chapters in Core Curriculum: Berry PH, Paice J, Patient care: Pain management. Volker, BG & Berry PH, An Overview of Hospice and Palliative Care. Berry PH, Miller, GJ (2005). Leading the Way in Provider Communication. Pittsburgh, PA: Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association. Berry PH, Matzo, MM. (2004). Death and an aging society. In Gerontologic Palliative Care Nursing (Matzo MM; Sherman DW). St. Louis, MO, Mosby, 31-51.
  5. 5. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 5 March, 2007 Berry PH. (2003). Compliance with the Joint Commission Standards. In Approaches to Pain Management: An Essential Guide for Clinical Leaders. Oakbrook, IL, Joint Commission Resources Kuebler KK, Berry, PH, Heidrich D. (2002). (Eds.), End-of-life care: Clinical Practice Guidelines Philadelphia: Saunders Chapters in End-of-life care: Clinical Practice Guidelines: Berry PH, Cough. Berry PH, Hiccups. Berry PH, Pulmonary disease. Berry PH, Griffie, J., & Heidrich, D. The dying process. Berry PH, & Kuebler, K K. The advanced practice nurse in end-of-life care. Griffie, J. McKinnon, S., Berry PH, & Heidrich, D. Pain. Kuebler, KK., & Berry PH, Clinical practice guidelines for advanced practice nursing. Kuebler, K. K., & Berry PH, End-of-life care. Roberts, K. F., & Berry PH, Grief and bereavement. Berry PH, Paice J. (2002). Pain management. In Curriculum For the Generalist Hospice and Palliative Nurse (Volker B; Watson A). Dubuque, IA, Kendall-Hunt. Berry PH, Griffie, J. (2001). Planning for the actual death. In Textbook of Palliative Nursing (Ferrell BR; Coyle N). New York, NY, Oxford University Press. Berry PH, Eagan K, Eighmy JB, Kalina K, Gallagher-Allred CR, Murphy PL, Nahman EJ, Rooney EJ, Smith SA, Volker BA, Zeri K. (1999). Hospice and Palliative Nurses Practice Review. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt. Berry P, Zeri K, Egan K. (1997). The Hospice Nurses Study Guide: A Preparation for the CRNH Candidate. Pittsburgh, PA, Hospice Nurses Association. Zeri, K, Berry P, Cummings K, Peyerwold M. (1995). Standards Of Hospice Nursing Practice and Professional Performance. Pittsburgh, PA, Hospice Nurses Association. Journal Publications Berry, PH. (2007). The pain of residents with terminal cancer in USA nursing home: Family members’ perspectives. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 13, 20-27. Shun SC, Beck SL, Pett MA, Berry PH. (2006). Psychometric testing of three chinese fatigue instruments in Taiwan. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 32, 155-67. Stevenson KM, Dahl JL, Berry PH, Beck SL, Griffie J. (2006). Institutionalizing effective pain management practices: Practice change programs to improve the quality of pain management in small health care organizations. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.31, 248-61. Duggleby W. Berry PH. (2005). Transitions and shifting goals of care for palliative patients and their families. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing. 9(4), 425-8 Berry PH. (2001). Getting ready for JCAHO--just meeting the standards or really improving pain management. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 5(3),110-2.
  6. 6. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 6 March, 2007 Gordon DB, Berry PH, Dahl JL. (2000). JCAHO's new focus on pain: Implications for hospice and palliative nurses. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing, 2(4),135-142. Berry PH, Dahl JL. (2000). Making pain assessment and management a healthcare system priority through the new JCAHO pain standards. Journal of Pharmaceutical Care in Pain & Symptom Control, 8(2),5-20. Berry PH, Dahl JL. (2000). The new JCAHO pain standards: Implications for pain management nurses. Pain Management Nursing, 1,1-8. Dahl, JL, Berry PH, Stevenson KM, Gordon DB, Ward S. (1998). Institutionalizing pain management: Making pain assessment and treatment an integral part of the nation's healthcare system. APS Bulletin, 8(4),6. Berry P. (1997). JCAHO pain management standards. Cancer Pain Update, 45(2), 14. Ward, S, Berry P, Misiewicz H. (1996). Concerns about analgesics among patient and family caregivers in a hospice. Research in Nursing and Health, 19,205-211. Berry P, Ward S. (1995). Barriers to pain management in hospice: A study of family caregivers. The Hospice Journal, 10(4), 19-33. Gordon DB, Berry P. (2000). Integrating pain management into clinical practice: Symptom management for the cancer patient. Oncology Issues Part I (Supplement), 9-12. Conference Proceedings Berry PH. (2002). JCAHO Report Card on Standards. In Proceedings of the JCAHO 2002 leadership summit on pain assessment and management. San Francisco, CA Berry PH. (2001). Pain Assessment. Phoenix, AZ, Proceedings of the JCAHO 2001 leadership summit on pain assessment and management. Berry, PH. (2001). Pain assessment. In Proceedings of the JCAHO 2001 leadership summit on pain assessment and management. Atlanta, GA Manuscript Reviews (Ad hoc) 2005 Clinical Journal of Pain, Manuscript Reviewer 2003 - Present Oncology Nursing Forum, Manuscript Reviewer 2001 - Present Journal of Palliative Medicine, Manuscript Reviewer 2001 - Present Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing, Manuscript Reviewer
  7. 7. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 7 March, 2007 2002 American Pain Society. Cancer Guideline for the Management of Cancer Pain in Adults and Children. Glenview, IL: Author, Content Expert Reviewer 2001 National Pharmaceutical Council. Pain: Current understanding of assessment, management, and treatments. Reston, VA: Author, Content Expert Reviewer 1999 Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organization. Pain assessment and management: An organizational approach. Oakbrook Terrace, IL: Author, Content Expert Reviewer Editorial Boards 2000 - Present International Journal of Palliative Nursing, Editorial Board and Manuscript Reviewer 2001 - Present Journal of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy, Editorial Board and Manuscript Reviewer Other Berry P. (1995). Assuring credit for what we do. Fanfare: Newsletter of the Hospice Nurses Assoc., 9(3), 12. Editorials Berry PH (2005). How basic is palliative care? The debate continues. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 11,157-8. (Invited response/editorial) Berry PH. (2002). The importance of socio-historical context. International Journal of Palliative Nursing 8, 564. (Invited Editorial) Video/Film/CD/Web Berry PH. (1999). Joint Commission Resources. Assessing compliance with the new pain management standards. (Location Producer and Content Expert). Invited Book Reviews Berry PH. (2004). Review of Geriatric Palliative Care, Journal of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy, 18(2), 101-103. Berry PH. (2002). Review of Lymphedema, Journal of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy, 16(2), 110-112. Berry PH. (2002). Review of Toolkit For Nursing Excellence at End of Life Transitions for Nursing Educators. Journal of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy, 16(4), 123-125.
  8. 8. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 8 March, 2007 PRESENTATIONS Invited Speeches/Lectures/Demonstrations/Presentations (*indicates peer-reviewed) Mo/Yr Title, Sponsor 10/06* “Clinical expertise and leadership in geriatric nursing: the Geriatric Nurse Leadership (GNL) RN-BS and Certificate Program at the University of Utah College of Nursing”, Utah Gerontological Society Annual Meeting, St. George, UT 11/05* “Making Teams Work: Interdisciplinary Competencies in Hospice and Palliative Care”, Utah Hospice and Palliative Care Organization’s Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT 10/04* “Families as Advocates for End-of-Life Care in Long-Term-Care: Insights from Family Focus Groups”, Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science, National Congress on the State of the Science in Nursing Research, Washington D.C 06/04 “Dispelling the Myths of Pain and Pain Management,” Utah Nursing Home Quality Measures Workshop: Pain Management, HealthInsight, Cedar City, UT 05/04* “Shifting Perspectives in Palliative Care”, Oncology Nursing Society Annual Congress, Anaheim, CA 11/03 “Advance Care Planning in Hospice”, Utah Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT 05/03 "Pain Management: Guidelines and Best Practices", Utah Nursing Home Quality Measures Workshop: Pain Management, HealthInsight, Salt Lake City, UT 11/02* “Palliative Care: Pursuing a Peaceful Death”, Oncology Nursing Society Annual Institutes of Learning (member of a day-long presentation panel), Seattle, WA 06/02 "Family Advocacy in Long-term Care", Partnership to Improve End of Life Care in Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 05/02 "Research Utilization Short Course" (faculty and mentor for day-long seminar), Oncology Nursing Society Institutes of Learning, Seattle, WA 05/02 "Improving Pain Management through Community-Based Initiatives", Rallying Points National Conference, Snowbird, UT 04/02 "Pain Management, Costs, Barriers, and Tools for Improvement", National Association for Healthcare Quality Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN 03/02 "JCAHO Report Card on Standards", JCAHO Leadership Summit on Pain Management, San Francisco, CA 02/02 "Improving Pain Management", Iowa Hospital Association Meeting, Newton, IA 09/01 Teleconference: "Pain Management in the Elderly," University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 09/01 "Pain Assessment", JCAHO Leadership Summit on Pain Management, Atlanta, GA 09/01 "Pain Assessment", JCAHO Leadership Summit on Pain Management, Phoenix, AZ
  9. 9. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 9 March, 2007 09/01 Symposia Moderator: "Institutionalizing Effective Pain Management Practices: Implications of the New JCAHO Pain Assessment and Management Standards", American Alliance of Cancer Pain Initiatives Annual Meeting, Madison, WI 08/01 "Building an Organizational Commitment to Pain Management," The Kansas Life Project Pain Management Symposium, Wichita, KS 08/01 "Pain Management It’s the Right Thing to Do," Immanuel-St. Joseph’s Medical Center, Mankato, MN 07/01 Videoconference: "Pain Assessment and Management: 2001 Compliance Update," Joint Commission Satellite Network, Primedia Workplace Learning, Carrolton, TX 06/01 "The 'Costs' of Uncontrolled Pain" and "Building an Organizational Commitment to Pain Management," The Management of Pain, Soho Centre of Health and Social Care, London, England 06/01 "Institutionalizing Pain Management: Beyond the JCAHO Standards," St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, MO 04/01 "Institutionalizing Pain Management: Key Issues and Resources," Joint Commission Resources 2001 Annual Consultant and SCR Representative Conference, Chicago, IL 10/00 Symposia Moderator: "Institutionalizing Effective Pain Management Practices: Implications of the New JCAHO Pain Assessment and Management Standards," 19th Annual Scientific Meeting, American Pain Society, Atlanta, GA 09/00* "The New JCAHO Pain Standards: Implications for Oncology Nurses," Puget Sound Chapter, Oncology Nursing Society, Seattle, WA 09/00 "The New JCAHO Pain Standards: Implications for the Hospice Field," Hospice for the Carolinas 2000 Management Retreat, Charlotte, NC 08/00 "JCAHO Pain Standards," Issues in Pain Management, Perrysburg, OH 05/00 "JCAHO: Implications for Pain Management in the New Millennium," Pain Management Program for Nurses and Pharmacists, St. Petersburg, FL 04/00 "The Impact of the New Joint Commission Pain Standards," Breaking the Continuum of Chronic Pain: New Options for Cancer Patients, Phoenix, AZ 08/99 "The New JCAHO Pain Standards: Implications for the Hospice Field", National Hospice Organization Annual Symposium and Exposition, Long Beach, CA 06/99* "Institutionalizing Pain Management: Making Pain Assessment and Management an Integral Part of the Nation's Healthcare System," American Society of Pain Management Nurses Annual Meeting, Washington, DC 05/99* "Institutionalizing Pain Management: Making Pain Assessment and Management an Integral Part of the Nation's Healthcare System," The Hospice and Palliative Nurses
  10. 10. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 10 March, 2007 Association, Clearwater, FL 05/98 "Pain and Symptom Management in the Context of Terminal Illness," AAMPS Speaker Update Conference, Snowbird, UT 02/97 "Hospice Nursing Certification Review," The Connecticut Hospice, Branford, CT 11/95 "Death and the Chronically and Terminally Ill," Death and Dying in EMS Practice Conference, Madison, WI 07/96* "The Pain of Terminal Cancer in the Nursing Home," National Hospice Organization Annual Symposium and Exposition, Chicago, IL 07/96* "Handling, Carrying, and Disposing Controlled Substances Safely and Legally," National Hospice Organization Annual Symposium and Exposition, Chicago, IL 09/95* "Standards of Hospice Nursing Practice," National Hospice Organization Annual Symposium and Exposition, Phoenix, AZ 07/95 "Cancer Pain Management: Myths and Facts," presented at nursing homes participating in dissertation research, Dane and 8 surrounding counties, WI 05/95 "Clinical Nursing Research in Hospice: Pain Management," Hospice of Marion County, Ocala, FL 03/95 "Cancer Pain Management in Terminal Illness," American Cancer Society Spring Nursing Conference, Madison, WI 02/94* "Handling, Carrying, and Disposing Controlled Substance Safely and Legally," National Hospice Organization Annual Symposium and Exposition, Washington, DC 08/93* "Caregiver-related Barriers to Pain Management in Hospice," National Hospice Organization Annual Symposium and Exposition, Salt Lake City, UT 04/94 "Cancer Pain Management" (with D. Weissmann, MD), Medical Issues in Geriatrics, Statewide ENT Series, Madison, WI 02/93 "Nursing Implications of Pain Management, Pain Control is Not Magic;" A day of Country Nursing Workshop, Woodruff, WI 06/92 "Carrying On-call Drugs Legally," Hospice Nursing Conference, University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menominee, WI 07/88 "AIDS and Pain Management: Surveyor Guidelines," Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations, Hospice Surveyors Annual Conference, Oak Brook, IL 06/88 "Quality Assurance in Home Care," Indiana Association of Home Health Agencies Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN 04/88 "Pain Management," Reedsburg Memorial Hospital, Reedsburg, WI 11/86 "Pain Management in Hospice and Quality Assurance in Hospice Care," Kenosha Hospice Alliance and area Hospitals, Kenosha, WI
  11. 11. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 11 March, 2007 06/85 "Pain Management in End Stage Illness," Annual Nursing Conference, American Cancer Society, Milwaukee, WI 04/85 "Pain Management in Hospice (for Medical and Nursing Staff)," Memorial Hospital, Black River Falls, WI 06/84 Discussion Co-leader: "Pain Management in Hospice Care," Annual Meeting, Hospice Organization of Wisconsin, LaCrosse, WI 04/83 "Selling Yourself to the Staff Nurse," Wisconsin Extension Advanced Nursing Practice Workshop, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI 05/82 Discussion Leader: "Patient and Family Education," Oncology Nursing Society, St. Louis, MO 08/81 Panel Member: "Coping with Cancer," KUED Television Civic Dialogue, Salt Lake City, UT 04/81 Discussion Leader: "Special Needs of Cancer Widows and Widowers," Oncology Nursing Society Congress, Baltimore, MD 02/80* "The Loss of a Spouse to Cancer: Implications for Nursing," Oncology Nursing Society Congress, San Diego, CA 08/79 "Grief and Bereavement (for New Volunteers)," Hospice of Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, UT Didactic Lectures 2004-present Nursing 4225, Community Health and Home Care Theory, Advance Care Planning, Pain Assessment and Management, and End of Life Care: Important Myths and Facts (Guest Lecturer); presented twice yearly 2003-present Nursing 7010, Domains of Knowledge, Synthesis of Knowledge: End of Life Care (Guest Lecturer); presented once yearly 2003 Nursing 6603, Chronic Care of Adults/Elders, Palliative Care, (Guest Lecturer); presented once 2002-present Nursing 6450, Adult Critical Care, Ethical and Legal Issues in the Acute and Critical Care Setting (Guest Lecturer); presented once yearly Posters Yr Title, Sponsor 2006 Marshall V, Berry, PH, Calciphylaxis: From Diagnosis to Pain Management, The 16th International Congress on Care of the Terminally Ill, Montreal, Canada 2005 Berry PH. Families as Advocates for EOL Care in Nursing Homes: Implications for Clinical Practice and Research, Joint Clinical Conference, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association, New Orleans, LA.
  12. 12. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 12 March, 2007 2003 Stevenson KM, Dahl JL, Berry PH, Beck SL, Baseline Data from the Practice Change Programs: Room for Improvement, 22nd Annual Scientific Meeting, American Pain Society, Chicago, IL. 2001 Stevenson KM, Berry PH, Beck SL, Griffie J, Muchka S, Dahl, JL, Using Practice Change Programs to Improve Pain Management, International Association for the Study of Pain, 10th World Congress on Pain, San Diego, CA 2000 Berry PH. Analysis of Nurse Practitioner Controlled Substance Prescriptive Privileges: Implications for Effective Pain Management, 19th Annual Scientific Meeting, American Pain Society, Atlanta, GA. 1999 Dahl JL, Berry, PH. Institutionalizing Pain Management: Making Pain Assessment and Management an Integral Part of the United State’s Healthcare System, International Association for the Study of Pain, 9th World Congress on Pain, Vienna, Austria 1999 Berry PH. Institutionalizing Pain Management: Making Pain Assessment and Management an Integral Part of the Nation's Healthcare System: Update, National Meeting of the American Pain Society, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 1998 Berry PH. Institutionalizing Pain Management: Making Pain Assessment and Management an Integral Part of the Nation's Healthcare System, National Meeting of the American Pain Society, San Diego, CA. 1997 Berry PH. The Pain of Terminal Cancer: Family Perspectives, International Conference on Palliative Care, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 1985 Berry PH. Providing Optimal Symptom Management in Hospice with an Interdisciplinary Team, American Society of Hospital Pharmacists, New Orleans, LA. PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS & SERVICE Professional Organizations Activity Description Dates Member American Nurses Association 1999 - Present Member Utah Nurses Association 1999 - Present Member International Hospice Institute and College 1997 - Present Member Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association -South Central Wisconsin Regional Group (1997-2001) - Secretary (1997-1999) -Educational Consultant (presented review courses for CRNH certification) (1995-1998) -Member, Standards Committee (1993-1994) 1993 - Present Member Oncology Nursing Society -Wisconsin Capital Chapter (1996-2001) -Advanced Research Special Interest Group -Palliative Care Special Interest Group 1979 - Present
  13. 13. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 13 March, 2007 -Grant reviewer (2001-2003) Member International Association for the Study of Pain 1999 - 2003 Member American Society of Pain Management Nurses 1999 -2002 Member American Pain Society 1992 - 2004 Member National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization -Nursing and Research/Education Council of Hospice Professionals 1987 - 2004 Member Utah Hospice Organization -Vice President (1981-1982) 1979 -1983 Consultation and Boards Mo/Yr Firm/Client 05/01 -2005 JCAHO/AMA/NCQA Pain Management Performance Measurement Collaborative Project, Oakbrook, IL 04/99 -2002 Community-State Partnerships to Improve End-of-Life Care, Midwest Bioethics Center, Kansas City, MO 02/00 -2003 Joint Commission Resources (Subsidiary of JCAHO), Oakbrook, IL 01/95 -05/06 Independent Pain/ Palliative Care Consultant 01/03 -Present University of Utah Elder Care Project, Salt Lake City, UT Professional Service Activity Description Dates Member, Research Committee American Board of Nursing Specialties 2007-present Member, Research Committee National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) 2007-present Member Utah Center on Aging 2006-present Member Utah Commission on Aging, Subcommittee on Healthcare and End of Life 2006-present Faculty Geriatric ELNEC (End of Life Nursing Education Consortium) 2006-present Member, Board of Directors National Board for Certification of Hospice and Palliative Nursing (NBCHPN) 2006-Present Member Exam Development Committee, Advanced Practice Palliative Care Nursing, National Board for Certification of Hospice and Palliative Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA 2004-Present Member Statewide Caregiver Coalition 2003-2006 Member Board of Certification for Advanced Practice Nursing, American Nurses Credentialing Center, Washington, DC 2002-2004 Member Board of Certification, American Nurses Credentialing Center, Washington, DC 2002-2003 Chair American Nurses Credentialing Center, Content Expert Panel, Advanced Practice Palliative Care Nursing 2001-2004 Member Partnership to Improve End of Life Care in Utah - Member, Steering Committee (2001-2002) 2001-2006
  14. 14. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 14 March, 2007 - Member. Transition Committee (2002-2003) Member, Board of Directors Cancer Pain Relief Utah 2001 - Present Member Wisconsin Cancer Pain Initiative - Steering/Transition Committee (1989-2001) - Co-chair, Nursing Subcommittee (1992-1994) 1989 -2001 Secretary Hospice Organization of Wisconsin 1985-1986 Member HospiceCare, Inc. Clinical Advisory Board 1984 -1994 Member Hospice of Salt Lake. Professional Advisory Council 1979 -1983 Community/Public Service Activity Description Dates Pet Therapy Team Member (with Golden Retriever, Luther) Intermountain Therapy Animals, Salt Lake City, UT 2004-Present Member, Board of Directors Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission, Rock Point, AZ. - Nominations Committee (2004-2007) 2003-2007 College Committees Years Committee 2004 - Present Chair, CON Outreach Committee 2001 - Present Member, CON Baccalaureate Admission and Advancement Committee 2002 - 2003 Member, CON Continuing Education Committee Health Sciences Center Committees Years Committee 2005 - Present Advisory Board, Palliative Care Program, University of Utah Hospital 2003 - 2006 Program Facilitator, Cultural Competence/Mutual Respect in Healthcare University Committees Years Committee 2002 - 2006 Member, Library Policy Advisory Committee OTHER 2003 - 2006 Faculty Mentor, Utah Opportunities Scholar CURRENT & PAST AREAS OF TEACHING RESPONSIBILITY Courses Taught Over Past 5 Years Year/Term Course Number, Title, Credit Hours() Number of Students
  15. 15. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 15 March, 2007 2007/Spring Nursing 6564 Interdisciplinary Approach to End-of –Life Care (cross-listed with Pharmacy and Social Work) (2) 15 2006/Fall Nursing 7010 Domains of Knowledge (delivered in a synchronous format in the Oncology-focused PhD Program) (3) 9 2006/Summer Nursing 5050 Best Practices in Geriatric Nursing (3) 8 2006/Spring Nursing 6001 Advanced Roles and Theory (2) 14 2006/Spring Nursing 6564 Interdisciplinary Approach to End-of –Life Care (cross-listed with Pharmacy and Social Work) 20 2006/Spring Nursing 7001 Research Practicum 1 2005/Fall Nursing 4410 Integrated Nursing Practice (5) 3 2005/Fall Nursing 6001 Advanced Roles and Theory (2) 27 2005/Spring Nursing 5050 Best Practices in Geriatric Nursing (3) 9 2005/Spring Nursing 6001 Advanced Roles and Theory (2) 17 2005/Spring Nursing 6970 Thesis Research – Masters (6) 2 2004/Fall Nursing 6980 Faculty Consultation (3) 1 2004/Fall Nursing 6970 Thesis Research – Masters (5) 1 2004/Fall Nursing 6975 Masters Project (6) 1 2004/Fall Nursing 6001 Advanced Roles and Theory (2) 56 2004/Fall Nursing 7970 Thesis Research-PhD (7) 1 2004/Summer Nursing 4225 Community Health and Home Care Clinical (2) 10 2004/Spring Nursing 4380 Home Health Nursing Clinical (2) 72 2003/Fall Nursing 4380 Home Health Nursing Clinical (2) 45 2003/Fall Nursing 6970 Thesis Research-Masters (3) 1 2003/Fall Nursing 7970 Thesis Research – PhD (4) 1 2003/Fall Nursing 7980 Faculty Consultation (3) 1 2003/Summer Nursing 4380 Home Health Nursing Clinical (2) 26 2003/Spring Nursing 4380 Home Health Nursing Clinical (2) 50 2002/Fall Nursing 4380 Home Health Nursing Clinical (2) 58 2002/Spring Nursing 4380 Home Health Nursing Clinical (2) 60 2002/Spring Nursing 6001 Advanced Nursing Roles and Theory 60 Fall/2001 Nursing 2000: Lifespan Growth and Development (3) 50 Development of New Courses Year/Term Course Number/Title 2005/Spring Nursing 5050: Best Practices in Geriatric Nursing 2006/Spring Nursing 6564 Interdisciplinary Approach to End-of-Life/Palliative Care (Cross- listed with Pharmacy and Social work) Graduate Students Supervised: Master's Theses and Doctoral Dissertations Year of Degree Student Name/Degree 2007 Member, Karen Kehl, PhD; School of Nursing, University of Wisconsin- Madison, Family Preparation for Death in Home Hospice
  16. 16. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 16 March, 2007 2007 Member, Chang, Jieh, PhD; Nursing Informatics Competencies Required of Nurses in Taiwan: A Delphi Method 2006 Member, Shun, Shiow-Ching, PhD; Psychometric Testing of Three Fatigue Instruments with Cancer Outpatients in Taiwan 2005 Chair, Kara Diersing Clapp, PhD; A Grounded Theory Approach to the Process of Young Caregiving 2003 Member, Tung, Wei-Chen, PhD; Examination of the Transtheoretical Model and Physical Activity in Family Caregivers in Taiwan 2005 Chair, Davis, Cherisse, MS Thesis; Pre-Surgical Needs of Cancer Patients: A Descriptive Study 2004 Chair, Sanchez-Campos, Monica Cecilia; MS Thesis, Understanding Language Barriers: Nurses’ and Patients’ Perspectives 2005 Member, Clark, Fawn, MS Thesis, Palliative/End of Life Care in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit 2005 Chair, Peters, Sandra, MS; A Historical Review of the Demise of Meperidine 2005 Member, Shaffer, Stacey K.; MS Project, End-of-Life Documentation in the Intensive Care Unit 2005 Member, Anderson, Tracy; MS Project, Patient Education on Acute Myelogenous Leukemia 2005 Member, Black, Alesia; MS Project, Teaching Guided Imagery to Hospice Volunteers for Use with Hospice Patients 2004 Member, Ratzlaff, Gretchen Estess; MS Project, Educating Hospital Nurses about Acute Pain Management: An Integrated Review of the Literature 2003 Member, Stanhope, Helen L.; MS Project, Therapy and Financial Concerns: Single Mothers in Transition 2003 Member, Eppich, Maria, MS; Designing an Intervention to Improve the Respiratory Capacity of 50 to 75 Year-Olds; A Proposal 4. Other supervisory committee membership Member, Lewis, Zoe, Masters (Genetic Counseling); Knowledge About and Intent to Screen for Pancreatic Cancer Among High-Risk Populations Member, Ellen Lavoie Smith, PhD; Psychometric Evaluation of Peripheral Neuropathy Measurement Approaches Member, Mary Brown, PhD, (Health Promotion & Education); The effects of a stress management program based on the transactional theory of stress and coping and self- efficacy on the coping skills of hospice volunteers
  17. 17. Patricia H. Berry – Academic Vita page 17 March, 2007 Member, Lacasse, Cheri, PhD; Comorbidity and Symptom Measurement in Older Adults with Cancer Member, Reiner, Ann, PhD; Effects of Social Support in Older Breast Cancer Patients

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