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Faculty CV

Name: Adeline Chu
Position/Title: Assistant Professor
Work Address: University of Houston-Victoria
3007 North Ben Wilson
Victoria, Texas 77901
Work Telephone: 361-570-4848 Work Email: chua@uhv.edu

Educational Background/Training

  • Ph.D. Texas Woman's University,  Nursing Science,  2008 
  • M.Ed. University of Western Australia,  Educational Management,  2002 
  • BSN University of Sydney,  Health Science Nursing,  1998 
  • Texas Board Nursing RN , 2010

Relevant Teaching Experience

  • Assistant Professor, University of Houston Victoria (2010 - Now)
  • Language Instructor / Part time, Bilingual Education Institute Refugee Program (2009 - 2010)
  • Research Assistant, Texas Woman's University/Houston (2007 - 2010)
  • Nurse Clinician Specialist (orthopedic), Singapore General Hospital (2000 - 2003)
  • Senior Staff Nurse Clinical Instructor, Singapore General Hospital (1999 - 2000)
  • Senior Staff Nurse / Charge Nurse, Singapore General Hospital (1996 - 1999)
  • Staff Nurse, Singapore General Hospital (1993 - 1996)

Academic Scholarship/Research/Creative Endeavors

    Articles

  • Chu, A. & Mastel-Smith, B. (2010). The outcomes of anxiety, confidence and self-efficacy with Internet health information retrieval in older adults. Computer, Informatics, Nursing, 28(4).
  • Chu, A. , Huber, J. , Mastel-Smith, B. & Cesario, S. (2009). Partnering with seniors for better health: computer use and internet health information retrieval among older adults in a low socioeconomic community. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 97(1), 11-19.
  • Boisaubin, E. , Chu, A. & Catalano, J. (2007). Perceptions of long term care, autonomy, and dignity, by residents, family and care-givers: the Houston experience. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 32(5), 447-464.
  • Chu, A. (2003). Patients' perspective on pre-operative education program in an orthopedic unit. Singapore General Hospital Proceedings, 12(2), 50-56.
  • Chu, A. (2002). Telephone follow-up post discharge: a study on 6 wards.. Singapore Nurses Journal, 29(3), 44-49.