Dr. Kristine D. Warner

Education

Ph.D.
May, 2000  

University of Pennsylvania
School of Nursing
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Dissertation – Health-related Lifestyle Behaviors of Twins: Environmental and Situational Influences.
Coursework through the School of Nursing, Wharton School, Graduate School of Education, and School of Medicine.

Master of Science
December, 1989

University of South Florida
College of Nursing
Tampa, Florida
Degree granted for a major in Community Health Nursing -  Functional Minor in Nursing Education

Master of Public Health
December, 1988

University of South Florida
College of Public Health
Tampa, Florida
Degree granted for a concentration in Community Health Nursing with emphasis in Program Planning and Evaluation. Special Project: Immunization Compliance in School Aged Children.

Bachelor of Science Nursing 
August, 1975  
 

Texas Christian University
Harris College of Nursing
Fort Worth, Texas
Three times included on Dean’s List for scholastic achievement.
Navy Nurse Corps Candidate Program (2-year full scholarship).

 

Professional Experience

2011- present                         
Professor and Director ASBSN Program
California State University, Stanislaus
612 Magnolia Street
Stockton, CA

Direct responsibility for overall program implementation and oversight including:

  • Management of program related funds including facilities planning
  • Grant management of $200.000.00 in curriculum development funds
  • Collaboration with area health care and social service agencies 
  • Recruitment, hiring and supervision of new faculty
  • Student advising
  • Recruitment of program applicants
  • Ongoing theoretical and clinical instruction in public health nursing, research and senior practicum supervision.    

2005 - 2011                            
Professor        
California State University, Chico
School of Nursing
400 West First Street
Chico, CA 95929

Upper-division undergraduate and graduate instruction of nursing students. Courses: Public Health Nursing (clinical supervision; on-line RN/BSN theory); Undergraduate Nursing Research; Graduate Issues & Ethics (on-line); Graduate Community Health Nursing practicum supervision; Thesis/Project supervision. Committees:  Academic Senate and Faculty & Student Policies Committee (2009-11), University Scholarship Committee (2005-08), SON Graduate Committee; SON Executive Committee; Semester 6 Coordinator. Highlights: Project Co-Director for Diabetic Retinopathy screening program with vulnerable populations; Primary investigator for study of undergraduate nursing students’ views on poverty; Developed three new PHN independent clinical sites in low-income senior housing complexes; coordinator of spring pinning ceremony for graduating nursing students (2006 & 2007).   

2003 - 2005                            
Assistant Professor
California State University, Sacramento
Division of Nursing
6000 J. Street
Sacramento, CA 95819-6104

Upper-division undergraduate and graduate instruction of nursing students. Courses: Community Health Nursing (theory) and supervision of public health nursing experiences at area health departments (Sacramento & Placer counties); Graduate Nursing Research; Graduate Issues & Ethics. Faculty advisor for 3 graduate thesis/projects. Committees: Vice Chair of Division Assembly (2004-2005); Chair Graduate Curriculum; Undergraduate Curriculum; and Program Evaluation. University Program Review Team member; Panel member for Outstanding Teacher Award nominating committee. Highlights: completely revised the Community Health Nursing course including website development; syllabus; evaluation methods. Ongoing liaison with area community health agencies for clinical site development. Served as medical recruitment evaluator for U.S. Navy in Sacramento area. Completed initial phase of Denver II Master Instructor Certification Program. Continued efforts to develop information competency guidelines for inclusion in undergraduate curriculum.

2000 - 2003                            
Assistant Professor
California State University, Fresno
Department of Nursing
2345 East San Ramon Avenue M/S MH 25
Fresno, California 93740-8031

Upper division undergraduate and graduate instruction of nursing students. Lead faculty for Community Health Nursing course. Courses: Community Health (lecture/clinical), Theory/Research, and Advanced Research Methodology. Chair for 3 completed graduate projects. Additional activities include: Co-Project Director - Local Incentive Award from the California Nutrition Network for Healthy Active Families (California DHS & USDA); Chair and founder, Community Health Nursing Collaborative (Public Health Nursing Directors & Faculty); Human Subjects Chair of Graduate Curriculum Committee (1999-2002); Department of Nursing Undergraduate Curriculum Committee; and Secretary College of Health and Human Services Curriculum Subcommittee. Highlights: Expanded existing and developed new community agency placements for students in 4 county public health departments, as well as private agencies targeting medically underserved populations. Yearly, over 30 additional community-based agencies received health education programs offered through the service learning component of the community health nursing course. Revised and updated Human Subjects submission protocol within the Department of Nursing for both students and faculty. Developed two Web-enhanced courses.

1999 - 2000 
Lecturer (full-time)
California State University Fresno
Department of Nursing
2345 East San Ramon Avenue M/S MH 25
Fresno, California 93740-8031

Courses: Nursing Issues, Community Health Nursing (clinical), undergraduate Theory/Research. Additional Activities: Curriculum Development Committee for the California Nutrition Network for Health Active Families (local incentive award); Department of Nursing Undergraduate Curriculum Committee.

1996 -1998   
A
ssistant Professor/Educational Liaison
La Salle University
School of Nursing
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dual position as public health faculty for undergraduate, RN-BSN track, and graduate programs. Courses taught included Public Health Nursing, Health Promotion, Nursing Issues, and Program Planning & Evaluation (graduate level). Other responsibilities included integrating ongoing community health experiences into the entire undergraduate program. Activities, including immunization programs, Head-start screenings, and health/educational forums were melded with traditional clinical experiences. Collaborated with the La Salle Neighborhood Nursing Center to implement various grants; including two DHHS Nursing Special Projects Program Grants. Faculty liaison with city/county public health officials and private health organizations.

1993 -1996
Adjunct Faculty
Bucks County Community College
Department of Nursing
Newtown, Pennsylvania

Clinical instructor for junior and senior level medical/surgical course. Appointed as primary clinical faculty for trial home care experience implemented in 1994. Temporary PA Board of Registered Nurses curriculum approval granted based on personal expertise in area. A home care/hospice curricular component was made permanent in 1995 following final board approval, student satisfaction, and community agency support.

1993 -1996                             
Teaching Assistant

University of Pennsylvania
College of Nursing

Adjunct faculty for both undergraduate and graduate level children’s health courses. Assisted in reviewing and grading course papers and projects, as well as providing guidance and expertise to students on an individual basis. Appointed as Writing Fellow for campus wide writing enhancement program for undergraduate students.

Jan.- May, 1991     
U.S. Navy

Recalled to active duty in support of Operation Desert Shield/Storm. Served two months at land based Fleet Hospital during hostilities. Assignments included serving as Assistant Charge Nurse for a 30-bed medical ward, designing and implementing a deployment research project, and representing the Nurse Corps on the Fleet Hospital 15 Research Committee.

1990 -1993                             
Research Assistant
D
elaware Valley Twin Study
University of Pennsylvania

Collection of physiologic and behavioral data during home visits in this NIH funded longitudinal study of cardiovascular risk factors in twins and their parents.

1988 -1989                             
State of Florida, Department of HRS

Hillsborough County Public Health Department
Tampa, Florida

Presented lectures on HIV to 11th and 12th grade students at four areas schools. Groups consisted of up to 100 students. Clinic duties included intake screening, assessment and health promotion for pediatric, maternity, family planning and primary care clients, as well as administration of routine and travel immunizations.

1979 -1981
Visiting Nurse
Walworth County Public Health Nurses
Elkhorn, Wisconsin
Responsible for case load of up to 25 homebound individuals.

1978 -1979                             
Pediatric Nurse

Waukesha Memorial Hospital
W
aukesha, Wisconsin
S
taff/Relief Charge Nurse for 30-bed pediatric medical/surgical unit.

1975 -1978                             
U.S. Navy - Nurse Corps

Naval Regional Medical Center
Portsmouth, Virginia
Assistant Charge Nurse for pediatric clinics and emergency room.
Staff/Relief Charge Nurse for 26-bed pediatric medical unit.
Staff/Relief Charge Nurse for 30-bed adult medical unit.

Professional Activities

2010-2011                              
Vice-president Kappa Omicron – STTI. Elected to position  2010-2012 & 2006-2008. Duties/activities: participate in KO Executive Board monthly meetings; assist in recruitment of new members; assist in planning annual Induction Ceremony; & serve as new member mentor.

2009-2011                              
Board member of the Association Community Health Nursing Educators; Elected Membership Chair for two-year term. Duties: Coordination of membership recruitment nationally and oversight of all regional members-at-large.

2008- 2010                             
Secretary, Kappa Omicron – STTI. Elected to position April 2008; term ending April 2010. Duties/activities: participate in KO Executive Board monthly meetings; maintain minutes of each meeting; arrange mailing of quarterly newsletter; responsible for ongoing maintenance of chapter documentation; assist in annual Induction Ceremony.

2008-2009                              
Mentor, Doctoral student – Western University. Provided research experience for DNP student over 2 semesters in the area of data management and research methodology.

2008- 2009                             
Editorial Board Member (Nursing & Health Care) – California Journal of Health Promotion (invited member). Responsible for assigning reviewers and submitting summary report and recommendations to the editor for manuscript submissions. 

2006-2011                              
Faculty Partner, Center for Nutrition and Activity Promotion. USDA funded Network for Healthy California, .nutrition education grant.

2006 - 2008                            
Board member of the Association Community Health Nursing Educators; Elected Western Member-at-Large for two-year term. Duties: Coordination of membership recruitment in 13 western states with membership of approximately 100 and 11 state representatives.

1978 - 2002                            
U.S. Naval Reserves (retired Dec. 2002)
Promoted to Captain (0-6), June 1998
Previous positions: Officer-in-Charge Naval Reserve Naval Hospital Bremerton Detachment (1999-2001); Readiness Command Region Four Staff Nurse Corps Officer, Fort Dix, New Jersey (1993-1996); Officer-in-Charge, Fleet Hospital detachment with over 50 personnel (1996-1998). Qualifications: Health Services Department Head/Division Officer, Ambulatory Care Nurse, & Educator.

2002                                       
Community Health Nursing Certification Review.
 
Provided professional expertise in the evaluation of items proposed for the NLN Assessment and Evaluation testing in the area of Community Health Nursing. One of only 3 reviewers from California and 19 nationwide selected.

1997 - 1998                            
Faculty Advisor
Bridging the Gaps: Philadelphia Community Health
I
nternship Program. Invited to serve as a faculty advisor for educational seminars and provide on-site supervision for medical and social work students assigned to the La Salle Neighborhood Nursing Center. This ongoing summer internship program was designed to broaden health professional student training through service to under-served communities.

June, 1996                              
Panel Member
Independence Foundation (sponsored) DACUM Research Activity (Developing an Associate Degree Nursing Curriculum to Understand and Meet Community Health Needs). Invited to serve as a professional expert for this preliminary work in associate level curriculum design in the area of community health nursing.

Publications

Allender, J.A., Rector, C., & Warner, K. D. (Eds). (2014). Community & public health nursing: Promoting and protecting the publics’ health (8th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Allender, J.A., Rector, C., & Warner, K. D. (Eds). (2010). Community health nursing: Promoting and protecting the publics’ health (7th ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Warner, K. D. (2005). Clients with disabilities and chronic illnesses. In J. A. Allender & B. W. Spradley (Eds.), Community health nursing: Promoting and protecting the public’s health (6th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Warner, K. D., & Spradley, B. W. (2005). Clients living with mental health issues and addictions. In J. A. Allender & B. W. Spradley (Eds.), Community health nursing: Promoting and protecting the public’s health (6th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Awards

2007                                      
Outstanding Service Learning – awarded by Kappa Omicron Chapter - Sigma Theta Tau International in recognition of efforts to bring a Nurse-Managed Center to the School of Nursing at CSU,                         Chico and for ongoing provision of unique civic engagement activities in the nursing program.

2003                                       
Nominee - RN of the Year. Central Valley Coalition of Nursing Organizations. The 17th Annual “RN of the Year” Awards Banquet. Nominated by CSU Fresno Department of Nursing in the area of Nursing Education.

Military Decorations:

2002                                        Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal
1991                                        Meritorious Unit Commendation
1991                                        Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia)
1991                                        Southwest Asia Service Medal
1991                                        Overseas Service Medal
1991                                        Liberation of Kuwait Medal (Kuwait)
1973/1991                               National Defense Service Medal (twice awarded)

Presentations                                   

June, 2011                              
Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (Annual meeting). Diabetic Retinopathy screening: An academic practice partnership. Concurrent session presentation.

June, 2009                              
Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (Annual meeting). Evaluation of Community Health Nursing experiences that promote PHN interests and employment among RN-BSN graduates. Co-presented with C. Rector (CSU Bakersfield).

April, 2009                            
The Western Institute of Nursing (42nd Annual Research Conference). Poster – Evaluation of RN-BSN education: Comparison of two university programs. Co-presented with C. Rector & K. Gilchrist (CSU Bakersfield).

October, 2008                        
American Public Health Association (Annual meeting & Exposition). Poster - Evaluation of two technology-enhanced RN-BSN programs: Emphasis on beneficial characteristics of Community/Public Health Nursing courses. Co-presented with C. Rector & K. Gilchrist (CSU Bakersfield). 

June, 2008                              
Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (Annual meeting). Emergency Preparedness for Community Dwelling Seniors: PHN Students Respond.

October, 2007                        
Kappa Omicron – STTI 10th Biennial Research Conference. Disasters Happen: Do You Know Your Role? Co-presented with B. Hanna, RN PHN CCM (President, Home Health Care Management, Inc.)

June, 2007                              
Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (Annual meeting). Nursing Student’ Attitudes & Beliefs About Poverty. Co-presented with S. Holcomb (Sacramento State, Dept. of Nursing)

November, 2006                    
American Public Health Association (Annual meeting & Exposition). Poverty & Health: A Survey of Nursing Students’ Attitudes & Beliefs. Co-presented with S. Hoban (CSU Chico)

June, 2006                              
Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (Annual meeting). Poverty & Health: Exploring Nursing Students’ Attitudes & Beliefs.

June, 2005                              
Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (Annual meeting). Information Competency & Community Health Nursing Education (Poster presentation).

January, 2004                        
Placer County Department of Health and Human Services. Public Health Nursing – Case Manager Meeting. Overview of Nursing Student Experiences and the Role of Preceptors.

October, 2002                        
CSU Fresno Kinesiology Pedagogy Club. 4th Annual Physical Education Workshop. Nutrition – Diet & Cooking. Co-presented with Dr. D. Harris, Department of Social Work Education. 

September, 2002                    
Central Valley Nutrition Network Collaborative. Culturally Appropriate Healthy Food Shopping: A Review of the Literature.

July, 2002                              
CSU, Fresno Upward Bound Program. Nutrition and Physical Activity: A Practical Approach.

May, 2002                             
Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (Annual meeting). Thinking Outside the Box: Opportunities & Challenges for RN/BSN Students Working with a Church-Sponsored Foundation.

May, 2001                             
CSU Fresno Department of Nursing Baccalaureate Program Pinning Ceremony: Keynote Speech. The Role of Registered Nurses Today. Invited  by Senior Pinning Ceremony Committee.  

May, 2000                             
STTI – Annual Research Conference
Title: Health-Related Lifestyle Behaviors of Twins: Environmental and Situational Influences.

June, 1997                              
Nursing Education 97

Title: The Educational Liaison Position – Bridging the Gap between Service and Education. Co-presented with Cynthia Capers, Ph.D., RN.

Grants & Research Activities

2010 – 2011                           
Planning Committee: ADN-BSN-MSN Collaborative between CSU Chico and Butte College. Committee planned and implemented fast-track RN/BSN program with first cohort Summer 2012. Content expert for PHN component of program – arranged 10 additional clinical practicum experiences to meet programmatic need. Funded through Song-Brown Workforce Training Act and Perkins IB Discipline/Industry Collaborative for Health Occupations.

September, 2010                    
Co-author of grant application to the California Health Care Foundation to fund the project: Expanding Diabetic Retinopathy Screening to Safety-net and Rural Clinics in California. Seeking $10,000.00 to purchase equipment and support outreach by CSU Chico nursing and nutrition students. Partnership with Dr. J. McDonald & Dr. C. Wolff (CNAP). Status: not funded.

December, 2009                     
Co-Author of NIH grant application: NorCal Academic Health Center Community Infrastructure Project. Funding source:  Recovery Act Limited Competition: Building Sustainable Community-Linked Infrastructure to Enable Health Science Research (RC4). Status: not funded.

May, 2007 - 2008                  
Consultant for Golden State Nursing Foundation (ANA/C) on Disaster Readiness and Response Initiative. Funding of $100,000 provided by WebMD Health Foundation for needs assessment and overall project planning. Providing expert advice to the foundation in the development of annual verification for licensed health care personnel, conducting needs assessment, and professional certification issues. Ongoing coordination and consultation with California Emergency Medical Services Authority to assure that qualified and prepared personnel are available during emergency situations.  Conducted survey of over 500 California nurses regarding emergency preparedness February – April, 2008.  

August, 2006                         
CELT Impact Grant – California State University, Chico. Awarded $9770 for project: Development of a Nurse-Managed Community Care Center with S. Hoban. Coordinated a half-day conference Nurse-Managed Centers: Service Learning in the Community – attended by community members, faculty and students (May 2007). Funding period August, 2006 to May, 2007.  

August, 2006                         
Faculty Development Award – California State University, Chico. Awarded $6438 in assigned time and operating expenses for work as editor/author of Community Health Nursing: Promoting & Protecting the Public’s Health (7th edition) – Allender, Rector, & Warner.

January, 2007                        
Research Award – California State University, Chico. Awarded  $4625 in assigned time for work as editor/author of Community Health Nursing: Promoting & Protecting the Public’s Health (7th edition) – Allender, Rector, & Warner.

September, 2004                    
Information Competence Grant. Responsible for development and testing of education materials for undergraduate students at several levels in the nursing curriculum. The ultimate goal of this 1 year grant was to enhance skill in obtaining and evaluating internet based information.

January, 2004                        
Grant Reviewer for First 5 Sacramento Commission. Grant submissions targeting improved levels of Breastfeeding in Sacramento County were evaluated. Through an individual and group review process, submissions were scored with findings provided to the commission for final evaluation and awarding of approximately 3 million dollars over a 3-year period. 

2001 - 2003 
Co-Project Director for the CSU Fresno Nutrition

Network for Healthy Active Families program administered through the California Department of Health Services and USDA. Responsible for grant oversight including all progress and fiscal reporting for this $300,000 program. Directed ongoing grant activities centered on nutrition and physical activity for low-income populations throughout the Central Valley. Developed and implemented a survey of university student attitudes/behaviors related to healthy eating and physical activity levels.

July, 2001                              
Protocol development for Peripheral Bone Density Screening: Ultrasound of the Heel at Naval Hospital Bremerton, WA. This protocol and associated background/resource information was seen by the facility as instrumental in identification of at-risk groups, costs savings to the institution, and pioneering this innovative methodology.

January, 2001                        
Grant Submission to the Helene Fuld Health Trust to develop a Community Health Nursing Track within the existing MPH program offered through the College of Health and Human Services, CSU, Fresno. Invited to submit proposal following letter of intent review by the trust. The full grant application was submitted but not subsequently funded.

April – June, 2000                 
Consultant. Assisted in grant submissions for Community Medical Centers efforts to obtain Ryan White Grant funds and a separate proposal to plan and implement a Primary Care Program for vulnerable adult populations. Authored sections of grant proposal dealing with community needs assessment and program evaluation criteria. Ryan White Grant approved with implementation July, 2001.

May, 2000                             
Grant Reviewer for California State Health and Human Services grant funds for shelter programs assisting abused women and children. Nearly $54 million were awarded to 88 shelter-based agencies, 23 community-based organizations, and 9 community planning grants throughout the state.

Aug.-Dec., 1998                     
Consultant for a DHHS Nursing Special Projects
Program Grant for the La Salle Neighborhood Nursing Center. Expertise in working with select groups of high risk males in Lower Bucks County, Pennsylvania seen as vital during the initial phases of grant implementation.

August, 1996                         
Consultant on a breast health grant for Naval Hospital Rhode Island (1996). As part of a multimillion dollar grant for military facilities nationwide, an unsolicited $30,000.00 award was made to this Naval Hospital. Planned and coordinated the initial phases of this initiative including: assessment of target population, interface with local and state public health officials, time line, budget, and evaluation criteria.

1990 -1993                             
Research Assistant for the Delaware Valley Twin Study. Responsible for collecting a wide variety of data vital to this NIH funded study of cardiovascular risk factors in children and their parents. Conducted interviews, gathered physiologic and behavioral data, performed venipuncture and sample preparation with strict adherence to study protocols. Served as the primary research assistant during the final phase of this longitudinal study.

1991                                       
Principal Investigator for a research project dealing with the impact of the Persian Gulf Crisis on Navy Nurse Corps officers recalled with Fleet Hospital 15 in Saudi Arabia from January 16 through March 27, 1991. Poster presentation of findings at AMSUS Convention, November 1991.

1988                                       
MPH Project involved assessment of vaccination compliance within Hillsborough County schools between 1982 and 1988. This was believed the first attempt to measure the level of compliance for grades 1 through 6 in this Florida county. The findings were utilized by the Public Health Department to increase vaccination compliance within the schools prior to outbreaks of pertussis and measles within the pre-school population.

Affilitations                  

Professional Nurse Registration
State of California
(561735)  Expiration - February 28, 2014

Certified Public Health Nurse
State of California, Board of Registered Nursing
(
PHN 63205) – January 23, 2001

Sigma Theta Tau – Elected to membership November 1989.
Vice President - Kappa Omicron Chapter (2010-2012 & 2006- 2008); Secretary 2009-2011.

American Public Health Association – 1998 to present
Nominated as Public Health Student Mentor, 1998

The Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (ACHNE) – 2001 to present; Membership Chair (June, 2009-2011); Western Member-at-Large (June, 2006 – 2008)

International Experience

Saudi Arabia – 1991
Residence – Mulheim Ruhr, Germany (1982-84)