Gary Glauberman, PhD, RN, PHNA-BC, NHDP-BC

Online Advanced Population Health Nursing Program Director & Assistant Professor

Nancy Atmospera-Walch School of Nursing
University of Hawaii at Manoa
2528 McCarthy Mall, Webster Hall 413
Honolulu, HI 96822
Ph: 808-956-3390
Fax: 808-956-3257

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Dr. Gary Glauberman is an assistant professor and currently serves as the director of the Online Advanced Population Health Nursing (APHN) program at the UH Manoa Nancy Atmospera-Walch School of Nursing. He is dual board certified in advanced public health nursing and disaster healthcare. His areas of expertise include community/public health nursing, occupational health nursing, disaster nursing, and global health. He has been recognized by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) for innovative nursing curriculum, and received multiple other awards for teaching, research, and service, including the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty, and the Hookele Award for outstanding graduate nursing faculty.

He is dedicated to reducing health disparities by empowering nurses to lead health care teams and systems, promoting collaborative community engagement, and disseminating nursing scholarship to multidisciplinary audiences.

Dr. Glauberman’s scholarly focus is on the impact of the environment on population health and health disparities. His specific area of focus is on community preparedness for public health emergencies such as disasters and large-scale communicable disease outbreaks, a field in which he has contributed multiple peer-reviewed journal articles and presentations. He has led research teams as the principal investigator on projects involving multidisciplinary team members. His research projects have been funded by Sigma Theta Tau, the Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (ACHNE), the Hawaii Community Foundation, and the Center for Pacific Innovations, Knowledge, and Opportunities (PIKO). He is a fellow of the Leading Emerging and Diverse Scientists to Success (LEADS) program at the Institute for Clinical Research Education. His scholarship has contributed to greater awareness regarding barriers and facilitators for household and community emergency preparedness, and has informed strategies for promoting preparedness among diverse groups.

He serves as a board member for local and national professional organizations. He is the treasurer for the UH Manoa Nursing Alumni Association and vice president of the Sigma Theta Tau Gamma Psi at-large chapter. He is also a volunteer for the American Red Cross Hawaii and Oahu Medical Reserve Corps.

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