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Gary Glauberman, MS, RN, PHNA-BC

Instructor

School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene
University of Hawaii at Manoa
2528 McCarthy Mall, Webster Hall 214
Honolulu, HI 96822
Ph: 808-956-3390
Fax: 808-956-3257
Email: glauberm@hawaii.edu

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Biography

Gary Glauberman is certified in advanced public health nursing, and has clinical practice experience in occupational health. His areas of expertise include community/public health nursing, disaster nursing, and global health. He is also the faculty advisor for the UHM chapter of the Student Nurses’ Association (SNA).

Gary is active in community disaster preparedness and response efforts, having served in multiple disaster operations with the American Red Cross and Oahu Medical Reserve Corps. In addition, he is active in global health efforts. He has served as leader of the UHM Nursing team on the US Navy’s annual Pacific Partnership mission to Asia and the Pacific region. He is fluent in Japanese language.


Education

MS, University of Hawaii at Manoa
BA, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Clinical Practice

Community/public health, occupational health.


Research Focus

Disaster nursing, community disaster preparedness, service-learning.


Recent Publications

Glauberman, G. (2015). Global service learning aboard the US Navy’s Pacific Partnership Mission. Paper presented at the 43rd Sigma Theta Tau International Biennial Convention.

Conference Activity & Invited Presentations or Workshops

Glauberman, G. and Bray, M. Developing an online-supported disaster triage simulation for mass-casualty incidents. 14th Annual Asian American/Pacific Islander National Conference. Honolulu, HI. Mar 24-26, 2017. [oral presentation]

Glauberman, G. Disaster nursing curriculum development: Incorporating service-learning into disaster nursing education. Asia Pacific Emergency Disaster Nursing Network Conference. Vellore, India. Nov 17-18, 2016. [oral presentation]

Glauberman, G., Bray, M., and McGuckin, N. Global Connects: Digitally bridging classrooms to share international best practices. American Public Health Association 2016 Annual Meeting & Expo. Denver, CO. Oct. 29 – Nov. 2, 2016. [poster presentation]

Bray, M. and Glauberman, G. Public health nursing students’ role in a multi-agency airport disaster exercise. Hawaii Public Health Conference 2016. Honolulu, HI. Oct. 13-14, 2016. [poster presentation]

Glauberman, G. Caring for a multicultural community in Honolulu, Hawaii: Nursing with aloha. International Week Lunchtime Conversation, University of Hyogo College of Nursing Art & Science. Jun. 24, 2016. [oral presentation]

Glauberman, G. Compassion, collaboration & curiosity: Preparing nurses to care for a global community. 15th Annual East-West Center International Graduate Student Conference on the Asia Pacific Region, Honolulu, HI Feb. 13, 2016 [oral presentation]

Glauberman, G. Promoting partnership and exchange through global service-learning. 1st Annual Health Professions Education Conference. Honolulu, HI. February 27, 2016. [poster presentation]
Glauberman, G. Ho’oulu Hawai’i: Inspiring the passion of nursing within. Hawaii Student Nurses’ Association 2nd Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI Oct. 10, 2015. [panel presentation]

Global health education through service-learning. Asian Pacific Emergency Disaster Nursing Network Conference. Manila, Philippines, Sept. 25, 2015. [oral presentation]

Disaster tabletop exercise: Triage training for mass casualty incidents. Asian Pacific Emergency Disaster Nursing Network. Manila, Philippines. Sept. 23-25, 2015. [poster presentation]

Keynote Address: Rooting interprofessional health education in the community: Providing Innovative Student Learning Environments for Nursing in the 21st century. Japanese Association of Medical and Nursing Education Conference, Izumo, Japan. March 14, 2015. [oral presentation]

Keynote Address: Service Learning for Advancing Global Health. Sigma Theta Tau International Hawaii Chapter Induction Ceremony, Honolulu, HI, Dec. 6, 2015. [oral presentation]*
Global Connects: A portal for exchange of international expertise and best practices among nursing students. Wuhan, China. Nov 25-27, 2014. [poster presentation]

Responding to disasters. Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses Quarterly Meeting. Mar. 2014. [oral presentation]

Disaster health service response workshop. American Red Cross Disaster Health Service Training Course. Honolulu, HI. Mar. 2014. [oral presentation]

Keynote Address: Partners in global health: UHM and the Pacific Partnership Mission. Sigma Theta Tau International Hawaii Chapter Annual Meeting. Honolulu, HI. Mar. 2013. [oral presentation]

Disaster health services orientation – American Red Cross training course. Honolulu, HI Mar. 2012 [oral presentation]


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