Hendrika (Rycki) Maltby, Ph.D., R.N., FACN

Professor of Nursing

Rycki Maltby Office: 208 Rowell
Phone: (802) 656-8305
Email: Hendrika.Maltby@uvm.edu

Dr. Rycki Maltby's background is in community/public health nursing. She has a B.A. (psychology), BScN, MScN (nursing education), and a Ph.D. (public health). She has been teaching in a university setting in Canada, Australia, South Korea, Malaysia, and has been at UVM since January 2000. Her research, publications, and conference presentations reflect community-based issues, with current projects of developing a cultural immersion model with international partners and cultural competency across nursing programs with co-researcher Dr. Sarah Abrams.



Education

Ph.D., Curtin University of Technology, Perth, W. Australia
MScN, University of Western Ontario, Nursing Education
BScN., University of Windsor (Ontario), Nursing
B.A., University of Windsor (Ontario), Psychology

Courses Taught

PRNU 241 - Community/Public Health Nursing
PRNU 127 - Health Promotion Across the Lifespan
HLTH 105 - Cultural Health Care
GRNU 337/338 - The Science of Nursing: Public Health Nursing
HLTH 296/CDAE 295/EDLP 295/NR 285/PSS 296 - Community-Based Participatory Research

Research Interests
Selected Publications

Maltby, H. J. (2010). Service Learning. In M. J. Bradshaw & A. J. Lowenstein (Eds.), Innovative teaching strategies in nursing and related health professions (5th ed). Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen.

Maltby, H. J. & Abrams, S. A. (2009). Seeing with new eyes: The meaning of an immersion experience in Bangladesh for undergraduate senior nursing students. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 6(1), Article 33. http://www.bepress.com/ijnes/vol6/iss1/art33/

Maltby, H. J. (2008). A reflection on culture over time by baccalaureate nursing students. Contemporary Nurse, 28(1-2), 111-118. (Abstract)

Maltby, H. J. (2006). Use of health fairs to develop public health nursing competencies. Public Health Nursing, 23(2), 183-189. (Abstract)

Toye, C., Kristjanson, L.J., Coleman, M.E., Maltby, H.J., & Jackson, G. (2004). Psychometric testing and refinement of the support needs inventory for parents of asthmatic children (SNIPAC). Journal of Nursing Measurement, 12(3), 179-193. (Abstract)

Whitney, S., Maltby, H.J., & Carr, J. (2004). "This food may contain...". What nurses should know about genetically engineered foods. Nursing Outlook. 52(5). 262-266. (Abstract)

Drury, J., Bailey, M., Blackmore, A.M., & Maltby H.J. (2003). The Gregor Effect: Impediments to providing care by nurses and significant others who experience a negative reaction to the patient's condition. Asian Journal of Nursing Studies. 6(3), 21-8.

Maltby, H.J., Kristjanson, L.J., & Coleman, M.E. (2003). The parenting competency framework: Learning to be a parent of a child with asthma. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 9, 368-373. (Abstract)

Selected Presentations

Maltby, H. J. & Abrams, S. E. (2010). Development and application of cultural competencies from nursing student to nursing professional. Accepted for the ACHNE conference June 2010 Arlington, VA.

Carney, J. K., Maltby, H. J, & Maksym, M. (2010). Community-academic partnerships: Driving health policy. Workshop presented at the Higher Education and the Greater Good: Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century New England Campus Compact Regional Conference, Burlington, VT. April 13-14, 2010.

Maltby, H. J., Rahman, O., & Yusuf, R. (2009). Discovering indigenous food practices of Bangladeshi families through photovoice. APHA conference Philadelphia, 2009.

Westdijk, K., Maltby, H. J., Koliba, C., Wollenberg, L, Bauer, K., & Mendez, E. (2009). A diversified model for supporting and advancing community-based participatory research. Accepted for the 2009 National Outreach Scholarship Conference, Athens, Georgia, September 2009.

Maltby, H. J. (2009). From Vermont to Bangladesh: Nursing Students Learn about Poverty and Social Justice Through An Immersion Experience. Nursing Grand Rounds, Fletcher Allen Health Care, Burlington VT.

Maltby, H. J. (2009). 'Seeing through new eyes': A model of nursing students' international immersion experience. University of Western Ontario/Iota Omicron Nursing Research: The Path to Excellence: Showcasing Links to Practice Settings. London, Ontario, Canada, May 2009.

Maltby, H. J. (2008). Learning about poverty and social justice through an immersion experience in Bangladesh. Transcultural Nursing Society Conference in Minneapolis MN.

Maltby, H. J. (2008). Public health nursing education: Beyond American borders. APHA conference, San Diego, CA.

Professional Affiliations

American Community Health Nurse Educators, research committee member
American Public Health Association, Member Public Health Nursing; International Health
Community Campus Partnerships for Health
Royal College of Nurses, Australia (Fellow)
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
Transcultural Nursing Society
Vermont State Nurses Association, American Nurses Association