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  • Mary Jean Etten, Ed.D., F.T., C.M.P.

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    CURRICULUM VITAE NAME: Mary Jean Etten, Ed.D. F.T. C.M.P. ADDRESS: 7378 Griffin Road Brooksville, FL 34601 TELEPHONE: (352) 796-3571 (Cell) (727) 204-9695 BIRTHPLACE: Eau Claire, Wisconsin EMAIL: ettenmj@gmail.com EDUCATION: 2006 National Board Certification as a Music Practitioner by the Music for Healing and

    Transition Program Inc. 2005 Fellow in Thanatology (Death, Dying and Bereavement) National Association for Death Education and Counseling 1985 M.S. Nursing, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida A.R.N.P. Advanced Registered Gerontological Nurse Practitioner 1984 National Certification as a Death Educator by the National Association for Death Education and Counseling 1978 Ed.D. Nova Southeastern University - Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Major Areas of Study:

    Higher Education Administration, Gerontological Nursing Education; Gerontology and Thanatology

    Dissertation: Developing a Model for Hospice Nursing Care 1973 M.A. Counseling - University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida (Specializing in Counseling Older Adults) 1969 M.A. Gerontology - University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida (Internship American Association of Retired Persons) 1968 B.S. Edgewood College, Madison, Wisconsin 1960 R.N. Mercy School of Nursing, Dubuque, Iowa PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: 1980 - Present Adjunct Professor in Thanatology, School of Aging Studies, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida 2000 - Present Faculty, Center for Hospice, Palliative Care and End of Life Studies, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida. 2006 – Present Board Certified Music Practitioner with Music for Healing and Transition Program,

    Inc. Working with individuals who are sick and dying.

    mailto:ettenmj@gmail.com

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    1978 - Present Consultant in Long-Term Care to Nursing Homes (Bayou Manor, CARE AGE, V.A. Nursing Homes, etc.)

    1997 - Present Organist and Cantor, St. Anthony Church, Brooksville, Florida 1970 - 2003 Professor of Thanatological and Gerontological Nursing, Medical-Surgical

    Nursing, St. Petersburg College, St. Petersburg, Florida 1979 - 2003 Speakers' Bureau, St. Petersburg College - Topics: Gerontology; Gerontological Nursing; Death and Dying; Hospice 1995 - 1998 N.I.H.: National Cancer Institute Grant for Palliative and Hospice Care

    Education, Consultant/Collaborator/Educator 1995 - 1997 Project Director, A.A.C.C./MetLife, Nursing Project Grant 1995 - 1997 Project Director, National Health Skill Standards Project, Far West Laboratories 1987 - 1989 Consultant to Kellogg Grant Project, "Community College Nursing Home

    Partnership" in Gerontological Nursing, Valencia Community College, Orlando, Florida

    1968 - 1988 Organist and Cantor, St. Anthony Church, Brooksville, Florida 1986 - 1987 Consultant in Curriculum Development and Lecturing in Thanatology and Gerontological Nursing, Training Specialists, Inc., Largo, Florida 1985 - 1986 Consultant to University of South Florida Grant Project "Successful Aging"

    Death, Dying and Loss and Publication Successful Aging University of South Florida Center for Applied Gerontology, Tampa, Florida

    1987 - 1990 Coordinator for St. Petersburg College Allied Health Programs participation in

    the Health Fair at the St. Petersburg Multi-Service Senior Center, St. Petersburg, Florida

    1986 - 1987 Chairman of Curriculum Committee and N.L.N. Self-Study Major Learning Outcomes for Nursing Department, St. Petersburg College 1985 Counselor - Grief Support Group, St. Anthony Parish, Brooksville, Florida 1979 - 1986 Consultant in Gerontological Nursing, (Nursing Homes and Hospital) Veterans Administration Medical Center, Bay Pines, Florida 1982 - 1985 Guest Lecturer - Implications of Sensory Loss and the Elderly, Death and Grief

    in the Older Adult, University of South Florida College of Nursing, Tampa, Florida

    1984 - 1985 Chairperson of N.L.N. Self-Study and Program Development Committee, Nursing Division, St. Petersburg College, St. Petersburg, Florida 1985 Consultant to Hospice Children's Program, "Family, Patient Assessment,"

    Hospice Care, Inc., Pinellas Park, Florida 1982 - 1984 Consultant in Gerontology to Share-a-Home, Pinellas County, Florida 1982 - 1984 Associate Clinical Services Coordinator, University of South Florida Suncoast Gerontology Center, Medical Center, Tampa, Florida

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    1983 - 1984 Counselor - Alzheimer's Grief Support Group, University of South Florida,

    Tampa, Florida

    1982 - 1984 Lecturer - Death and Grieving, University of South Florida Medical School, Tampa, Florida

    1974 - 1982 Consultant to Home Health Care Agencies (Responsible for Agency Evaluation) 1978 - 1981 Organizer and Coordinator of Nursing Students' Bi-Annual Health Fair for Senior Citizens at Multi-Service Senior Center, St. Petersburg, Florida 1981 Consultant to Student Group, St. Petersburg College in production of

    videotape: "The Aging Man in Crisis, a Quest for Values," National Student Phi Delta Kappa Award Winner

    1974 and 1975 Adjunct Instructor in Gerontology, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida 1964 and 1965 Nurse at Camp We-Ha-Kee, Mariette, Wisconsin 1960 - 1968 Director of Nursing and Head Nurse - St. Dominic Villa, Dubuque, Iowa

    (Extended Care Facility) 1956 - 1960 Geriatric Nursing Assistant - St. Dominic Villa, Dubuque, Iowa 1952 - 1954 Nursing Assistant - Surgery and Recovery Room, St. Joseph's Hospital,

    Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin COURSES - DEVELOPED AND PRESENTLY TEACHING, OR HAVE TAUGHT: Aging and End of Life, A BSN 3 Credit Nursing Course, St. Petersburg College, 2002. Perspectives on Death and Dying, A Graduate Course in the Department of Gerontology, University of

    South Florida Death and Dying, an Undergraduate Course in the Department of Gerontology, University of South

    Florida Death, Dying, and Decisions, A 3-Credit Course at St. Petersburg College Gerontological Nursing, A Model, 3-Credit Course for Nursing Faculty and Nursing Administrators in

    Nursing Homes, Valencia Community College, Orlando, Florida Care of the Aged in Nursing Homes, Continuing Education Course for Nurses, Open Campus, St.

    Petersburg College Death, Loss and Grief: The Nurse as Care Giver and Professional, Continuing Education Course for

    Nurses, Open Campus, St. Petersburg College Community Resources for Older Adults, Continuing Education Course, Open Campus, St. Petersburg

    College Alzheimer's Disease: Caring for the Family and the Client, Continuing Education Course for Nurses,

    Open Campus, St. Petersburg College

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    Loss and Grief Counseling, A Graduate Course for Curriculum in Mental Health and Aging for Service Procedures, Administration Grant Project #90AT016, University of South Florida

    Illness and Aging, A Graduate Course in the Department of Gerontology, University of South Florida Introduction to the Problems of Aging, A Model Curriculum Taught in the Associate Degree Nursing

    Program, St. Petersburg College Focusing on Gerontological and End of Life (Hospice) Nursing. Hospice Model for Care of the Terminally Ill, A 24-hour Continuing Education Course for Registered

    Nurses, St. Petersburg College Gerontology, A 3-credit Course for Nurses and Other Professionals in the Community, St. Petersburg

    College Introduction to Nursing, A Model Self-Instructional Approach, St. Petersburg College Gerontological Nursing, A 3-credit Course for Registered Nurses, St. Petersburg College Medical Surgical Nursing, An Undergraduate Course, St. Petersburg College PRECEPTOR:

    1. Graduate Students - Gerontological Nurse Practitioner Program, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, 1981, 82, 83, 86, 92

    2. Graduate Students - in Gerontology, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida,

    1981, 82

    3. Undergraduate Nursing Students - University of Tampa, Tampa, Florida, 1982

    4. Committee U.S.F. - Master's Thesis, University of South Florida, 1985

    5. Graduate Student - University of Phoenix, 2001

    6. Graduate Student - College of Nursing, University of Tampa, 2002 EVALUATOR:

    1. Doctoral Student - Nova University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1992 - 1993 MODEL PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT: Coordinator of Hospice Care Giver, Grief Inventory and Plan of Care, Hospice Care, Inc., Pinellas

    Park, Florida, 1985-86 Coordinator of Model Grief Support Program for Older Adults, Suncoast Gerontology Center, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, May 1983 Coordinator of Model Program - "Life Time Remembrance-Writing and Reminiscing" - for Older

    Adults, Suncoast Gerontology Center, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, May 1983 Coordinator of Hospice Care of the Care Giver Model Program with Hospice Care, Inc., Pinellas

    Park, Florida, April 1983 Coordinator of the Model Exercise Program for Older Adults, "Wealth of Health," Implemented at John

    Knox Village, Tampa, Florida, January 1983

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    GRANTS: 1995 A.A.C.C./MetLife, Nursing Project Grant 1995 National Health Skills Sta