Carol Buck-Rolland, Ed.D., APRN
Clinical Professor, Graduate Program Coordinator
Office: 230 Rowell
Phone: (802) 656-3381
B.S.N., Nursing, 1976, University of Southern Maine; M.S., Maternal Child Health/Nursing Education, 1980, Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University; Ed.D., Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, 2010, University of Vermont.
GRNS 409 Pediatrics Concepts for APRNs; GRNS 410 Primary Care Management of Children & Adolescents; GRNS 411 Practicum: Primary Care Management of Children & Adolescents
Buck-Rolland. (2010) In What Ways can a Short Term Cultural Immersion Experience Influence Adult Learners? Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation.
Morris, N., Buck-Rolland, C., & Gagne, M. (2002). From Bricks to Bytes. Computers, Informatics, Nursing, May/ June, 2002.
Buck-Rolland, C. & Wachtel, D. (1999) Sexually Transmitted Infections, Chapter in Singleton, J et al, Primary Care, Lippincott.
In What Ways can a Short Term Cultural Immersion Experience Influence Adult Learners? Poster presentation. NONPF Annual Conference; Albuquerque, NM, 2011.
In What Ways can a Short Term Cultural Immersion Experience Influence Adult Learners? Poster presentation. ENRS Regional Conference; Philadelphia, PA, 2010.
Nurse Practitioner Students: A Critical Component of Health Care Reform and Access to Primary Care in Vermont. Bi-State (VT/NH) Annual Member meeting, June 2010.
Screening and Assessment for Autism Spectrum Disorder in Young Children. Vermont Nurse Practitioners 20th Annual Conference; Stowe, VT, 2010.
Exploring Ethical Issues Surrounding Abortion. Guest lecture for Honors College, UVM. Burlington, VT, 2008
Developmental Screening and Referral Options for Social Workers. Vermont Children with Special Health Needs; Burlington, VT, 2007
Contraceptives Options for Teenagers: Update for Vermont Pediatric Nurse Practitioners; Waterbury, VT, 2007
Developed Educational Immersion Experience (short term study abroad program) in Oaxaca, Mexico to promote cultural awareness and sensitivity for nurse practitioner students. Led faculty-led immersion course annually beginning March 2011; Program Director: HRSA Advanced Education Nurse Traineeship 2010-2014; Grantee and Program Council member: SBIRT Interprofessional award for 2013-2015.
Selected Honors and Professional Service:
Sigma Theta Tau International, Excellence in Nursing award, 2014; American Association Nurse Practitioners: Vermont State Clinical Excellence award, 2013; Dean's Multicultural Champion Award, UVM College of Nursing and Health Sciences, 2012; Sigma Theta Tau, National Honor Society of Nursing, 1980-present; Fellow, University of Vermont Community-University Partnership for Service Learning. 2010 - present; Committee member, Champlain Valley Area Health Education Center. 2009 - present; Invited Fellow, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners' Leadership Fellowship Program. Washington DC, October 2011; Invited Fellow, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners' Leadership Fellowship Program. Washington DC, March 2009.
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