CURRICULUM VITA 2005-2010
CATHERINE F. KANE, Ph.D., R.N., F.A.A.N.
Associate Professor of Nursing and Psychiatric Medicine
University of Virginia, School of Nursing
2105 Claude Moore Nursing Education Building
Box 800826; Charlottesville, VA 22908
office: 434-924-0100 fax: 434-243-8371 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
7/92-Present University of Virginia School of Nursing,
Associate Professor of Nursing and Psychiatric Medicine;
Chair, Family, Community & Mental Health Systems (from 1/01 to 6/07);
Program Coordinator for Psychiatric Mental Health Graduate Nursing
Track (from 5/1/94 to present)
7/92-6/97 Western State Hospital, Staunton, VA, joint appointment as Director, Nursing
Education (7/92-1/93), Director, Education and Evaluation (2/93-6/97);
7/86-6/92 University of Rochester School of Nursing, Assistant Professor. Psychiatric
Mental Health Nursing and Psychiatry. Graduate Program, Program Faculty for Institutional NRSA Stress and Coping Fellowships; Research Faculty at Rochester Psychiatric Center Evaluation and Training Unit.
5/84-7/86 University of Rochester, School of Nursing, Nurse Clinician II at Rochester
Psychiatric Center Evaluation and Training Unit. Research nurse, Family
2008 UVA School of Nursing Innovative Teaching Award
2006 Faculty Leadership Award, UVA School of Nursing Alumni Association
2005-6 International Society of Psychiatric Nursing Melva Jo Hendrix Lectureship
1992-present Registered Nurse, Commonwealth of Virginia.
2008-present Certified Clinical Nurse Leader, ANCC
RESEARCH AND TRAINING SUPPORT (funded & in submission):
2009-12 Doris Glick, PI Nursing Leadership in Rural Health Care. (3 Years,
Total direct costs $1.2 M, HRSA Funded). Contributed PMH Nursing section.
American Academy of Nursing (1995-present)
Member, Psychiatric/Mental Health/Substance Abuse Expert Panel
Chair, Taskforce on PMH BSN and MSN competencies (2006-present)
American Nurses Association (1975 to present)
Council of Nurse Researchers (1986-1993)
Council of Specialists in PMH Nursing (1980-1993)
Virginia Nurses Association (1992 to present)
District 9 Nominating Committee (1997 to 1999)
Chair, Council of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing (1999 to 2008)
Sigma Theta Tau, International Nursing Honor Society (1978 to present)
Epsilon Xi Chapter: Vice President (1988-89); Member of Research and Awards
Committee (1988-90); President-Elect (1989-90); President (1990-91);
Chair Long Range Planning Taskforce (1991-1992); Region V Chair of Poster
Session Program and Awards (1991); Health Care Expert (2002).
Society for Community Research and Action: The Division of Community Psychology of the
American Psychological Association (1998-present)
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill [NAMI] (1981 to present)
American Psychiatric Nurses Association (1987 to present)
Virginia Board of Directors (2010-2012)
Education Council (2003 to present)
Research Council (2004 to present)
Southern Nursing Research Society (1992-present)
Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Research Interest Group (1994-present)
International Society for Psychiatric Nursing (ISPN) (1999-present)
SERPN Representative to and Chair of Nominating Committee (2009-2011)
ISPN Representative to NONPF Taskforce on PMHNP Education Position
SERPN Representative to the Legislative Council (2004-2006)
Co-chair Competencies Development Task Force (2006-present)
University of Virginia Executive Leadership Network (1999-present)
1997-present American Journal of Community Psychology
Co-Editor of 2 special issues, planned for publication in 2010
1998-present Japanese Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences
1993-present Archives of Psychiatric Nursing
Co Editor of Consider this…column 2006-Present
1988-presentAdvances in Nursing Science
1999-present Family Relations
1995-present Journal of the American Psychiatric Nursing Association
1991-present Research in Nursing and Health
2002-present Psychosomatic Medicine
1990-present Applied Nursing Research
2008-present Family Process
2009-present Distance Learning Coordinator for Nursing Leadership in Rural Health Care
2009-present Consultant for Primary Integrated Psychiatric Nursing. U.S. Division of Health
and Human Services. 1- D09HP14988-01-00 ($1.19M Funded ). Rice, M.
Project Director, University of Nebraska
2008-present Consultant for Improving Rural Psychiatric Nursing Competencies. U.S.
Division of Health and Human Services. 1- D09HP09354 ($450K Funded ).
Carlson-Sabelli & Delaney Project Director, Rush University
2008-present Consultant, TriService Nursing Research Program funded Grant, J. Reasor, PI.
2008-2010 Invited taskforce member of the Charlottesville Adult Mental Health Issues
Group, working to identify and address mental health needs of underserved
adults with moderate mental illness.
2008-2010 Board member of Region Ten Wellness Recovery Center (Crisis Stabilization
2007-present Mental Health America of Charlottesville Albemarle, Board Member, V-P 2010
2005-2009 American Nurses Credentialing Center, Washington, DC, Magnet Appraiser
2005-2007 Potomac Massage Training Institute, Washington, DC, Institutional Review Bd,
2003-2009 UVA SON Executive Director for Ventures - A collaborative effort intended to
encourage entrepreneurial efforts between SON Faculty and UVAHS Nurses
COMMITTEE SERVICE (Academic):
2009-present Master’s & DNP Program Committee. UVASON, elected member, 2010 Chair
2008-present UVA Financial Aid Committee, appointed member.
2008-present Appointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee. UVASON, elected member.
2007-present ACES (Academic Community Expanding Service Learning), Grant Award
2007-present DNP Program Admissions Committee, UVASON, continuing member
2006-present Community University Research Service Program (Engaged Scholars Wkgp),
2006 CNL Evaluation Taskforce, appointed member.
2005-2007 DNP Development Taskforce, appointed member.
2005-2007 Faculty Search Committee, UVASON, appointed chair.
2005-2007 Brodie Doctoral Scholarship Award Committee, UVASON, appointed chair.
2005-2007 Verhonick Dissertation Award Committee, UVASON, appointed chair.
2004-2005 General Faculty Search Committee, UVASON, appointed member.
Ragan, M. S. & Kane, C. (in press). Meaningful Lives: Elders in Treatment for Depression. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing.*R*
Tratnack, S. & Kane, C. (In press). Preventive Health Screenings in a Clubhouse Setting for Persons with Serious Mental Illness.American Journal of Nurse Practitioners.*R*
El-Mallakh, P., McLoughlin, K.A., & Kane C. (2008) Psychological consequences of human rights abuses: how can psychiatric nurses respond? Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 22 (5), 312.
Mohr, W.K., McLoughlin, K.A., Kane. C. (2009). Urgent intervention needed. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 23, 401.
Hauenstein, E., McLoughlin, K.A., Kane, C. (2009). Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 23,180.
O'Brien, A.J., McLoughlin, K.A., Kane, C. (2009). Nurses need to debate involuntary outpatient treatment. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 23, 89
Cloyes, K.G., McLoughlin, K.A., Kane ,C. (2008). Disclosure of past mental health care and the health professional: an untenable double standard. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 22, 394.
Kane, C. (2008). Consider this.. Tragedy, mental health, and the 2008 election. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 22 (3), 166.
Kane, C. (2008). Consider this...Generalist Nurse Psychiatric Mental Health Competencies. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing. 22(1): 52.
Kane, C. (2006). Consider this... The DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice) -- a faculty perspective. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing. 20(6): 291.
Kane, C. (2006). Consider this... The DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice). Archives of Psychiatric Nursing. 20(5): 245.
Sethabouppha, H., & Kane, C.F. (2005) Caring for the seriously mentally ill in Thailand: A model of Buddhist Family Caregiving, Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 19(2), 44-57.*R*
Kane, C.F. & Brackley, M. (November, 2008) Psychiatric-Mental Health Competency Task Force: A Report. American Academy of Nursing Annual Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.
Kane, C.F & Brackley, M. (April, 2008). AAN Psychiatric-Mental Health Competency Task Force: A ReportTenth Annual Conference of the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses, Louisville, KY.
Kane, C.F. (April, 2007). Introduction for Angela McBride’s presentation of the Melva Jo Hendrix Lectureship. Ninth Annual Conference of the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses, Montreal, Canada.
Kane, C.F. (November, 2006) Care for the Seriously Mentally Ill in Primary Care: The State of the Science. American Academy of Nursing Annual Conference, Miami, FL (poster session).
Kane, C.F. (April, 2006) Melva Jo Hendrix Lectureship: Gaps in Service, Growing or Shrinking?. Eighth Annual Conference of the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses, Denver, CO.
Kane, C.F., & Blank, M.B. (April, 2005) The client perception of coercion in Assertive Community Treatment . Sixth Annual Conference of the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses, Pittsburgh, PA.
Kane, C.F., Farrell, S., Harmon, R., Hauenstein, E., & Heisterman, A. T. (April, 2005). The meaning of leadership in Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Workshop. Sixth Annual Conference of the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses, Pittsburgh, PA.
Sethabouppha, H., & Kane, C.F., (April, 2005). Buddhist Family Caregiving: A phenomenological study of family caregiving to the seriously mentally ill in Thailand (poster presentation). Sixth Annual Conference of the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses, Pittsburgh, PA.
PRESENTATIONS (Regional and Local):
Kane, C.F. (November, 2007). Translational Science: Venturing into commercializing applications of nursing practice and scholarship. UVA Center for Nursing Research, Charlottesville, VA.
Kane, C.F. (June, 2006). PMH Nursing: Initiatives in Virginia. Annual Conference of the Virginia Association of Psychiatric Nursing, Charlottesville, VA.
Kane, C.F. (May, 2006). PMH Nursing, the CNL and DNP initiatives. Annual Conference of the Virginia Association of Community Psychiatric Nurses, Front Royal, VA.
Glick, D.F., Kane, C.F. (August, 2005). Nursing Career Ladders: Educating Nurses for Leadership, Public Health and Primary Care in Virginia. Invited presentation to Virginia Area Health Education Centers Directors, Charlottesville, VA.
Supervision of DNP Capstone Projects:
Turman, Ann. Implementation of an acute care nurse practitioner-run intensive care unit: A descriptive analysis. Proposal approved Spring 2010, Committee member
Quatrara, Beth. A Pilot Study: Evaluating the Effect of an Evidence Based Algorithm on Length of Stay and Readmission in Patients with Acute Pancreatitis and Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy-Jejunostomy tubes, Capstone successfully defended Summer 2010, Committee member
DeGennaro, Regina. Evaluating oral hygeine care. Proposal approved Spring 2010, Committee Chair
Tierney, Kathy. Wellness Enhancement and Recovery Program Evaluation, Successfully defended Fall 2009, Chair.
Shasanya, Foleshade. Promoting Cervical Cancer Screening in Substance Abusing Women: A Toolkit for Clinicians; Successfully defended Fall 2009, Chair.
Ragan, Meredith. Personal Perspectives of Elders in Treatment for Depression, Successfully defended Spring 2009, Chair.
Metzger, Stephanie. SKILL Toolkit: A resource for Clinicians working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) Adolescents; Proposal defended Jan. 09, Successfully defended, Spring 2009, Chair.
Boyer, Diane. Program Evaluation of a Community Crisis Stabilization Program, Successfully defended Spring 2009, Chair
Tratnack, Sheri. Preventive Health Screenings for Persons with Serious Mental Illness, Successfully defended Fall 2008, Chair.
Supervision of Ph.D. Dissertations - University of Virginia:
Kim Hemphill - Determinants of health risk behavior in male adolescent offenders age 14-17 in rural Arizona, proposal defended 2009, member
Irma Mahone – Medication decision-making by persons with severe mental illness, Successfully defended Spring, 2006, member
Tusana Thaweekoon – Protective factors for adolescents exposed to violence, Successfully defended Spring 2006, member.
Supervision of Ph.D. Qualifying Examinations - University of Virginia:
Nancy Jallo – Preventing preterm birth with relaxation-guided imagery, 2005, Reader.
Barbara Heise – Rural and urban differences in ER usage by persons with alcohol and drug disorders, 2005, Reader.
University of Virginia:
NURS4951 Distinguished Majors Seminar Spring 10
NURS4950 Distinguished Majors Seminar Fall 09
GNUR580/6050 Theoretical Foundations of Nursing (MSN, 3 credits, real time and online)
GNUR587/5401 Theory and Evidence Based Practice (2nd degree CNL, 4 credits)
GNUR991/9610 DNP Practicum I (variable credit up to 6)
GNUR992/9620 DNP Practicum II (variable credit up to 6)
NUIP415 Leadership & Management in Health Care Systems.
GNUR773 Theoretical Foundations of Mental Health (MSN, 3 credits)