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  • Pugh 1

    LINDA C. PUGH, PHD, RNC, FAAN CURRICULUM VITAE PART 1

    PERSONAL DATA

    EDUCATION Academic degree Institution Location 1990 PhD in Nursing

    University of Maryland School of Nursing

    Baltimore, Maryland

    1976 MS in Nursing (Maternal Child Health, Functional Area: Clinical Specialist)

    University of Maryland School of Nursing

    Baltimore, Maryland

    1969 BSN

    University of Maryland School of Nursing

    Baltimore, Maryland

    CURRENT LICENSE AND CERTIFICATION Year Source Type Number 2016-2020

    North Carolina

    RN

    290305

    2006-2012

    National League for Nursing

    Nurse Educator

    NLN302688

    1989-2015

    National Certification Corp

    Inpatient Obstetric Nurse

    PUG1-0426- 8406

    1973-2019

    Pennsylvania

    RN

    RN 191881 L

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    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Years Position Institution Location 8/16- present 9/06-2015

    Professor of Nursing with tenure; Coordinator DNP Program Professor of Nursing Director of DNP and Graduate Programs (2011-2013) Retired FT in May 2013

    University of North Carolina Wilmington York College of Pennsylvania

    Wilmington, NC York, PA

    9/98-8/06

    Associate Professor

    The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing

    Baltimore, Maryland

    11/02- 12/31/05

    Director of the Baccalaureate Program ($5.5 million budget)

    The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing

    Baltimore, Maryland

    4/02-11/02

    Acting Director of the Doctor of Nursing Science Program ($500,000 budget)

    Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing

    Baltimore, Maryland

    9/98-6/01

    Director of Professional Education Programs

    Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing

    Baltimore, Maryland

    9/97-8/98

    Associate Professor

    The PA State University College of Medicine

    Hershey, Pennsylvania

    8/96-8/98

    Director, Center for Nursing Research ($1 million budget)

    Penn State Geisinger Health System

    Hershey, Pennsylvania

    7/92-8/96

    Coordinator of Maternal/newborn Nursing Assistant Professor

    Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing

    Baltimore, Maryland

    7/92-8/96

    Research Consultant to the Department of Nursing

    York College of Pennsylvania

    York, Pennsylvania

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    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (continued) Years Position Institution Location 9/90-6/92 1/78-5/80; 9/82-6/90

    Associate Professor in Nursing with tenure Instructor Assistant Professor in Nursing

    York College of Pennsylvania York College of Pennsylvania

    York, Pennsylvania York, Pennsylvania

    9/82-1/97

    Clinical Nurse, Labor and Delivery, on-call

    York Hospital

    York, Pennsylvania

    1/72 - 6/72

    Community Health Nurse

    Williamsport Visiting Nurse Association

    Williamsport, Pennsylvania

    6/73-6/74 Instructor Williamsport Hospital School of Nursing

    Williamsport, Pennsylvania

    2/70-11/71 Instructor Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing

    Baltimore, Maryland

    6/69-2/70 Clinical Nurse, Pediatric Nursing

    St. Joseph Hospital Towson, Maryland

    HONORS AND AWARDS

    • 2009 Institute of Emergency Nursing Research of the Emergency Nurses Association, Evidence Based Practice Poster Award Winner for CSI: New @ York: Development of Forensic Evidence Guidelines. Presented at the Emergency Nurses Association’s National Conference.

    • 2009 Johns Hopkins Hospital Publication Award 2009. For: Dearholt, S., Poe, S., Newhouse, R., Pugh, L. C., & White, K (2008).

    Educational strategies to develop evidence-based practice mentors. Journal for Nurses in Staff Development,24(2), 53-59

    • 2008 Nightingale Award Program for Excellence in Nursing Practice through

    Research; award winner.

    • 2007 Dean Janet Allan Distinguished Abstract Award at the University of Maryland School of Nursing Your Practice Based on Evidence Conference for: Pugh, L. C., Seben, S., Warren, J., White, K., Sabatier, K. “EBP and Nursing

    Research: Building an Infrastructure for Excellence

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    HONORS AND AWARDS (continued) • 2004 AJN book of the year award:

    Ganz, F. & Pugh, L. C. (2004). Physiologic measurement issues. In M. Frank- Stromberg & S. Olsen (Eds.), Instruments for Clinical Research in Health Care (2nd ed.). Boston: Jones & Bartlett Publishers.

    • 2004 recipient of the award for Significant Contributions in Nursing Research

    from Eta Eta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International.

    • 2004 recipient of the Research Utilization Award Sigma Theta Tau International “The Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-based Practice Model and Guidelines.”

    • 2003 elected: Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.

    • 2001 MedSurg Nursing: The Journal of Adult Health Writer’s Award Honorable mention for: Pugh, L. C., Havens, D. S., Xie, S., Robinson, J. M., & Blaha, C. (2001). The

    quality of life and cost outcomes in elderly persons with heart failure: A pilot study. MedSurg Nursing, 10, 71-78.

    • 1999 Friends of the National Institute of Nursing Research, “Certificate of Merit”

    for contributions to nursing research and to the nation’s health.

    • 1999-2000 Fellow at the Rochester Child Health Congress: 1 of 50 multidisciplinary members selected to attend.

    • 1996 Sigma Theta Tau, Nu Beta Chapter Publication Award - Honorable

    mention: Jordan, E. & Pugh, L. C. (1996). Pregnancy following cardiac transplant:

    Principles of nursing care. JOGNN, 25, 131-135.

    • 1995 AWHONN Outstanding Clinical Research Paper for: Pugh, L. C. & Milligan, R. A. (1995). Patterns of fatigue during childbearing.

    Applied Nursing Research,8, 140-143.

    • 1994 Pennsylvania Nurse's Association Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Nursing Research "Tracking Fatigue across Pregnancy" October 14, 1994.

    • 1994 Caroline Pennington Award for Excellence in Teaching, elected by the

    graduating students May 26, 1994, at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.

    • 1993 Mead Johnson Nutritionals Perinatal Research Scholar.

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    HONORS AND AWARDS (continued) • 1993 Nursing Research Award from the Eta Eta Chapter Sigma Theta Tau for

    significant contributions in nursing research.

    • 1992 Nursing Research Award from the Pennsylvania Nurses Association for significant contributions to clinical practice and education through research.

    1991 Research Fellow at the Summer Research Institute at the University of Pennsylvania, sponsored by the March of Dimes.

    FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS

    Dates Title of project Principal Investigator

    Role Percent effort

    Sponsor Total direct

    2005- 2010

    Domestic violence enhanced home intervention program - DOVE

    Phyllis Sharps

    consult

    National Institutes of Health- National Institute of Nursing Research (NIH- NINR)

    $1.95 million

    2003- 2006

    Support for low- income breastfeeding: Cost and Outcomes

    Linda C. Pugh

    PI

    20%

    NINR-NIH

    $1.05 million

    2003- 2005

    Support for low- income – minority supplement for E. Crowder

    Linda C. Pugh

    PI

    NIH-NINR

    $84,000

    2004- 2005

    Center for collaborative intervention research

    Vicki Mock

    Co-I

    15%

    NIH-NINR

    $1.59 million

    1998- 2000

    Nurse Intervention for Low Income Breastfeeding

    Linda C. Pugh

    PI

    NIH-NINR

    $100,000

    1997- 1999

    Physiologic Mechanisms of Fatigue in Women

    Elizabeth Corwin

    Co-I

    Sigma Theta Tau

    $2,800

    1997- 1999

    Outcomes and Costs of a CHF Partners in Care: A Clinical Trial

    Linda C. Pugh

    PI

    Lehigh Valley & PSU HMC

    $84,000

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    FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS (continued) Dates Title of project Principal

    Investigator Role Percent

    effort Sponsor Total

    direct 1997- 1998

    Nurse Intervention for Low Income Breastfeeding

    Linda C. Pugh

    PI

    PSU HMC, GCRC

    $10,000

    1995- 1998

    Barriers to Prenatal Care

    Joan Kub

    Co-I

    Healthy Start

    $17,000

    1993- 1995

    Postpartum Fatigue in Breastfeeding Women

    Barbara Buchko

    Co-I

    AWHONN

    $4,000

    1995- 1996

    Fatigue and HIV

    Linda C. Pugh

    PI

    JHU Biomedical Research

    $500

    1994- 1995

    Pregnancy Intention and Abuse

    Jackie Campbell

    Co-I

    JHU Biomedical Research

    $500