Laura Anderko Phd rn professor Robert and Kathleen Scanlon Endowed Chair in Values Based Health Care Director, Mid-Atlantic Center for Children’s Health and the Environment



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Anderko, Laura

Curriculum Vita



Curriculum Vitae


Laura Anderko PhD RN

Professor

Robert and Kathleen Scanlon Endowed Chair in Values Based Health Care

Director, Mid-Atlantic Center for Children’s Health and the Environment

la266@georgetown.edu

http://nhs.georgetown.edu/values/

http://kidsandenvironment.georgetown.edu




PERSONAL

INFORMATION:
Georgetown University

School of Nursing & Health Studies

3700 Reservoir Road, NW
Washington, DC 20057-1107

Primary appointment: Department of Nursing

Secondary appointment: Department of Human Sciences

St. Mary’s Hall 203

202 687-3317 (Office)

EDUCATION:
1977 B.S.: Nursing

University of Illinois at Chicago




  1. M.S.: Nursing (Specialty, Community Health)

Northern Illinois University
1997 Ph.D.: Public Health

University of Illinois at Chicago



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (Since 1992):


    1. Director of Graduate Studies, Assistant Professor

Lewis University, College of Nursing

Romeoville, IL.




    1. Assistant Professor, Northern Illinois University, School of Nursing

Project Director, TriCounty Community Health Center

DeKalb, IL.


2001 Associate Professor

Northern Illinois University, School of Nursing

DeKalb, IL.


    1. Associate Dean for Practice, Associate Professor

Director, Nursing Center Research Network, Practice-Based Research Network, HRSA

University of Wisconsin, College of Nursing, Milwaukee, WI

November 2008- Robert and Kathleen Scanlon Endowed Chair in Values Based Health Care and Associate Professor, Georgetown University, School of Nursing & Health Studies, Washington, DC

HONORS AND AWARDS:
1986 Inducted into Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Research Society, Beta Omega Chapter
1997 Recipient of Award for Best PhD Dissertation, School of Public Health, University of Illinois at Chicago


  1. Inducted into Delta Omega National Honor Society (Public Health), Lambda Chapter




    1. Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (awarded through competitive application process).




    1. Management Academy for Public Health, University of North Carolina, School of Public Health (awarded through competitive application

process).
2006 Pediatric Environmental Health Faculty Champion, National Environmental Education and Training Foundation (NEETF)
2009 Charlotte Brody Award for Excellence in Environmental Health, awarded by Health Care Without Harm, International Environmental Health Organization


  1. Finalist, Teaching Excellence, Nursing Excellence Awards, Nursing Spectrum




  1. Leadership America Award, The Women’s Museum




  1. Outstanding Community-based Learning Award, Epidemiology, Center for Social Justice, Georgetown University




  1. Outstanding Faculty Achievement Award, Georgetown University Medical Center

2013 White House Award, Champions of Change for Climate Change and Public Health


2014 Outstanding Alumni Award, Northern Illinois University, College of Health and Human Sciences
2014 Leading and Advancing the Profession, Nursing Excellence Awards, Northeast Region, Nurse.com

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
Memberships and office, or other positions of leadership, held in a professional organization

1987-Present Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society,



President, Beta Omega Chapter (1999-2001)
1999-Present American Nurses Association

1995-Present American Public Health Association



Chair, Environmental Nurses Working Group
1996-Present Association of Community Health Educators

Past Chair, Research Committee
1997-Present Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society
1999-2001 Illinois Nurses Association
1995-2001 Illinois Public Health Association
1996-1998 Midwest Nursing Research Society
2000-2008 Nursing Centers Research Network (CHC, Practice Based Research Networks)

Director, 2005-2008
2002-Present Association of State and Territorial Directors of Nursing
2002-2008 Wisconsin Public Health Association
2002-Present Wisconsin Nurses Association

Founder and Chair: Environmental Health Nursing Coalition
2008 Wisconsin Public Health Association Board, Southeastern Region Representative
2008-Present Virginia Public Health Association
2008-Present Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Steering Committee,
2010-Present Alliance of Nurse for Healthy Environments, Chair, Research Workgroup


  1. Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Vice Chair,

Board of Directors

2012-2014 Fairfax Master Naturalists, Vice President, Board of Directors


2012-2014 Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Chair, Board of Directors
2013-Present American Public Health Association, Chair, National Environmental Public Health Partnership Council
2014-Present Healthy Schools Network, Inc., Vice President, Board of Directors
2014-Present American Public Health Association, Public Health Nursing Section, Chair, Education Task Force
2015-Present Fairfax Master Naturalists, President, Board of Directors

PUBLIC SERVICE:
Federal, National, and State Advisory Positions
Member, State of Virginia Biomonitoring Advisory Committee. This group was established in February 2016 to advise the State of Virginia in the establishment of a multi-year, multi-million dollar biomonitoring system.
Chair, National Center for Children’s Vision and Eye Health Advisory Board. This group established in 2013 in partnership with the Maternal Child Health Bureau and Prevent Blindness America to address children’s vision and eye health (e.g., Affordable Care Act implementation).
Member, National Environmental Justice Advisory Council, Research Workgroup, Environmental Protection Agency, established 2012. This workgroup was selected to provide consultation to the Office of Research and Development (ORD) to ensure that environmental justice issues are addressed in the research agenda.
Member, Region III Health Equity Council, National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities, Office of Minority Health, DHHS, established 2011. Ten councils, each of which covers the same geographical territory as an HHS region, have been established. Councils will: serve as leaders and catalysts for strengthening health equity actions and enhance collaboration between health equity stakeholders in the region, including public-private partnerships.
Co-Chair, National Environmental Health Partnership Council, The American Public Health Association. The Council brings together diverse stakeholders to help expand and sustain awareness, education, policies, and practices related to environmental health.
Member, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, NIH Pathway to Independence Award, Special Emphasis Panel, 2014-2015. This was a grant review panel for applications submitted to NIEHS for funding.
Member, National Conversations on Chemical Policy and Public Health, Policies and Practices Workgroup, National Center for Environmental Health/Centers for Disease Control (Agency of Toxic Substances and Disease Registry), 2009-2011. This workgroup was established by the Centers of Disease Control and the Environmental Protection Agency to evaluate current chemical policy and its impact on human health.
Member, Children’s Health Protection Advisory Committee (CHPAC). Federal Advisory Committee (FACA), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on regulations, research, and communication issues relevant to children and the environment, 2006-Present.
President, Fairfax County, Virginia Master Naturalist Program. Public speaking on a variety of topics including invasive management, fish consumption and MeHg toxicity, water quality/conservation, and sustainability. Other activities including citizen science, outreach/education, and stewardship, as well as establishing partnerships with National Park Service, State Parks and nonprofit organizations to develop environmentally focused projects.

Member, UWM Public Health Planning Committee. Invited by the Mayor, the Chancellor and the President of the UW System to participate in the Public Health Planning Committee that was developed to explore the need and feasibility for a School of Public Health. Approved by Board of Regents and Governor, 2008


American Public Health Association, Task Force, One of the 18 nurses selected nationally to develop Public health nursing: Environmental health principles and standards, Funded by the Belden Foundation, 2006.
Member, Steering Committee, Agency for Healthcare and Research Quality, Practice-Based Research Networks, 2005-2008.

Member, National Drinking Water Advisory Committee (NDWAC) Work Group on Contaminant Candidate List (CCL) Classification Process (FACA). The purpose of this workgroup is to provide advice to the NDWAC as it develops recommendations for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on contaminants and public health issues surrounding water quality, Washington, DC, 2002-2004.


Member, National Network for Nurse Managed Health Centers, Clinical Data Committee, University of Michigan. The purpose of this group was to establish a national data warehouse for community nursing centers, 2004.
Invited Participant, The Data Workgroup for Nurse Managed Centers, sponsored by the Nursing Education and Practice Branch of Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions, Division of Nursing, January 30-31, 2001, Rockville, Maryland. Invited to be one of 10 participants nationally, to review and set standards for data collection of quality improvement indicators for nursing centers.
Non-Governmental Positions
Vice-President, Healthy Schools Network, Inc. Healthy Schools Network, Inc. is a non-profit organization that focuses on improving environmental conditions in school to improve children’s health, 2014.
Member, Project TENDR - Targeting Environment and NeuroDevelopmental Risks is funded by the John Merck Fund, NIEHS, Passport Foundation and The Ceres Trust and is comprised of experts in the field of neurodevelopmental health and chemicals, draft recommendations for reducing exposures, and to help develop key messages and outreach plans.
Editorial Responsibilities
Environmental Research, San Diego, CA, 2015
Health Affairs, Bethesda, MD, 2011-Present



Journal of Interprofessional Care, Toronto, Canada, 2011
Pediatrics, Elk Grove Village, IL, 2011-Present
American Journal of Public Health, Washington, DC, 2010-Present
Nursing Administrative Quarterly, 2010
Family and Community Health, Philadelphia, PA, 2009
Annals of Family Medicine, Cleveland, OH, 2004
Public Health Nursing, Mukilteo, Washington, 1997-Present
American Nurses Association, Environmental Health in Hospitals, educational module, January 2002.
Environmental Health Nursing, in 6th edition, Community Health Nursing Stanhope and Lancaster, Book review, 2002.
A Holistic Approach to Home Health Care. Delmar Publishers: Albany, NY, 2002.

INVITED LECTURES: International and National (Selected, since 2005)
Keimyung University College of Nursing, Daegu, South Korea. Practice-Based Research Networks: Nursing Centers and Communities Working Collaboratively to Reduce Health Disparities, Invited speaker, 2005
Moderator, State-wide simulcast of the PBS Series, “Unnatural Causes”, June 5th, 2008, 6-8PM. This was a joint project involving Wisconsin Public Health Association, UWM, Center for Urban Population Health and the Milwaukee Health Department’s Center for Health Equity.
Chiba University, College of Nursing, Tokyo, Japan. Wellness for a Lifetime, Invited, research consultation and presentation, 2009.
O’Neill Institute at the Law Center, Georgetown University: Global Health Forum, Washington, DC. Achieving Health Equity on a Global Scale through a Community-Based Public Health Framework for Action, 2009.
Anderko, L. (2009). Redefining the Future: A Values Based Health System, Keynote, Values Based Health Care Forum, Georgetown University School of Nursing and Health Studies, Department of Nursing, March.
Anderko, L. (2009). Celebrating Research and the Art of Discovery: One Nurse’s Personal Journey, Keynote, Sigma Theta Tau Induction, Georgetown University School of Nursing and Health Studies, Department of Nursing, May.
Anderko, L. (2009). Invited keynote, Global Climate Change and Health, Wisconsin Nurses Association 100th Anniversary Celebration, October, Milwaukee, WI.
American Academy for Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology (AAAAI), Louisiana, How Does Global Climate Change Affect Your Practice?, 2010.
International Mercury Expo 2010, College of William and Mary,
Virginia. Fish Facts: Understanding and Reducing Your Risks, 2010.
Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Maryland, Hook, Line, and Sinker: Fish Consumption and MeHg Exposure, 2010.

Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Maryland,



Using Web-based Strategies for Environmental Health Research, 2010.
Georgetown University/Lawrence Livermore Workshop, Washington, DC, Global Climate Change and Public Health, 2010.
O’Neill Institute at the Law Center, Georgetown University: Food Safety Forum, Washington, DC. Public Health Identification & Interventions for At-Risk Populations in the Wholesale Marketing of Fish, 2010.

Contemporary Forums (A Reed Elsevier Company), Nevada, Maternal and Fetal Effects of Environmental Toxins, National Conference of Obstetric and Neonatal Nursing: Challenges and Controversies, Invited Keynote, 2011

Georgetown University, Mini-Medical Lecture Series, Washington DC, Environmental Exposures and Your Health, 2011

Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR). At George Washington University, Washington DC, Environmental Justice and Chemical Policy, Invited panelist/speaker, 2011.



Washington Post at Georgetown University, Washington DC, The Future of Food: Sustainable Food Systems, Georgetown University, Invited, Panel Moderator, 2011; Keynote by the Prince of Wales. (http://washingtonpostlive.com/conferences/food/speakers)
The Mid-Atlantic Center for Children's Health & the Environment (MACCHE), Philadelphia, PA, Addressing Children's Environmental Health & Justice Issues through Community Action, Invited Keynote, 2011.
National Press Foundation, Washington DC, Cancer Issues 2011: Addressing Health Disparities, Invited Keynote, 2011.
American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Webinar, Greening Your College of Nursing: From the Student Experience to the Business Office, Invited Speaker, 2012.
Bon Secors Health System, Baltimore, MD, Climate Change and the Role of the Health Professional, Invited Keynote, Baltimore, MD. 2012.
Health Care Without Harm, Webinar, Climate Change and the Role of the Health Professional, Invited Speaker, 2012.
US Climate Action Network, Atlanta, GA, Climate Change & Heath: A Values Based Approach, Invited Keynote, 2013.
White House, Champions of Change, Washington, DC, Changing the Lens: Communicating Public Health Issues http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2013/07/17/changing-lens-communicating-public-health-issues, Invited Speaker, 2013.
Climate Reality Project, Webinar, Climate Change and Health, Invited Speaker, 2013.
Health Care Without Harm, Webinar, Health and Energy: What’s the Connection? Invited Speaker, 2013.
Maryland Hospitals for a Healthy Environment, Elkridge, Maryland, Correlating Energy Projects to Environmental and Health Benefits, 2013.
Georgetown Public Policy Institute, Washington, DC, Protecting Public Health in a Changing Climate, Invited Keynote, 2013.
Pennsylvania Nurses Association, Malvern, PA, Climate Change and Health, Invited Keynote, 2013.
Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Edinboro, PA, Clean Energy 101: Recognizing, Educating and Advocating for
Healthier Energy Choices
, Invited Keynote, 2013.
Georgetown University Alumni Club of Metro DC, Washington, DC, Climate Change and Health, Featured Panelist, 2013.
Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District, Fairfax, VA, Climate Change and Health, Invited Keynote, 2013.
Maryland Nurses Association, Baltimore, MD, Climate Change and Health: The Role of Nursing, Invited Keynote, 2014.
Montana Public Health Association, Missoula, MT, Our Changing Climate: Impacts on Public Health, Invited Keynote, 2014.
Children’s Environmental Health Institute, Austin, TX, Prenatal Environmental Exposures as a Determinant of Early Childhood and Adult Disease, Invited Speaker, 2014.
US Council of Catholic Bishops, Washington, DC, Catholics and Climate Change: Health Perspectives, Invited Speaker, 2014.
Catholic Health Association and the Catholic Climate Covenant, Arlington, VA, Catholics and Climate Change: Faith, Security, and Health, Invited Speaker, 2014.
School of Health Professions, Marymount University: The Malek Lectureship, Arlington, VA, Changing things as they are: Advancing social justice through transformative social change, Invited Speaker, 2014.
Kennedy Institute for Ethics, Georgetown University, Public Health, Environment, and Justice: Great Transitions, Invited speaker, 2014.
George Washington University, Hook, Line, and Sinker: Mercury, Fish, and Health, Invited Speaker, 2014.
Catholic Health Association, Climate Change and Health: The Role of the Health Provider, Invited Speaker, 2015.
Center for Social Justice, Summer Institute for Teaching and Learning, Georgetown University, Social Justice and Sustainability, Invited Keynote, 2015.
Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Climate and Health, Invited Keynote, 2015.
Prevent Blindness America, A Vision for the Future: Designing an Evidence-Based, Universal Approach to Ensure Children’s Vision and Eye Health, National Summit Keynote, 2015.
Audubon Naturalist Society, Community Outreach, Invited Keynote, 2015.
Health Resources and Services Administration-Region 3, The Toxic Legacy of Lead: Behavioral Considerations, Invited Keynote, 2015.
Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, Pediatric Lead Screening: Exposures and Prevention, Invited Keynote, 2015.
George Washington University, School of Public Health, Ecosystem Change and Public Health: A Global Perspective, Invited Speaker, 2015.
National Hispanic Medical Association, Climate Health Impacts to the Latino/Hispanic Community, Invited Keynot, 2015.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institute for Environmental Health, and the Environmental Protection Agency, Cell Phones and Children: Common Exposures, Hidden Risks, Invited Keynote, 2015.
Healthy Schools Network, Inc., Healthy Schools: The Future of Children’s Health, Invited Speaker, 2015.
District of Columbia Public Schools, School Chemical Clean Out: What You Need to Know, 2015.
Alliance for Nurses for Healthy Environments, What is a Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit?, Invited Speaker, 2016.
George Washington University, School of Public Health, Climate Change and Vector-Borne Disease, Invited Speaker, 2016.

SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH:

GRANTS

Current Active

Anderko, L. (PI). Making a Visible Difference, Region 3, Environmental Protection Agency, (03/01/2016-12/31/2016).

Anderko, L. (PI). Lead Screening Awareness in the District of Columbia, District of Columbia Department of the Environment, (01/01/2016-10/31/2016).

Taylor, C., Sokas, R., Bouey, J., & Anderko, L. Dean’s Challenge: Enhancing NHS-wide Community-Based Participatory Research, Community-Based Learning, and Community Service by Strengthening the Center for Health Equity - Research, Implemention, and Teaching (CHERITH), School of Nursing & Health Studies, (12/01/2015-12/01/2016).

Anderko, L. (PI). Perfluorinated Chemicals: Health Risks, Region 3 EPA/ATSDR, (08/01/2015-09/30/2016).

Anderko, L. (PI). School Chemical Clean Out, Region 3 Environmental Protection Agency, (11/30/2015-09/30/2016).

Anderko, L. (PI). Lead Screening Awareness in the District of Columbia, District of Columbia Department of the Environment, (04/15/2015-10/15/2015).

Anderko, L. (PI) Mid-Atlantic Center for Children’s Health and the Environment: Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, American Academy of Pediatrics, (02/02/2015-01/31/2020).



Anderko, L. (PI) and Konisky, D. (Co-I). Partnerships for Environmental Health & Justice: Risk Communication Strategies to Reduce Climate-Related Asthma Events in Disadvantaged Communities in DC, Georgetown University Environment Initiative, (04/01/2013-03/31/2014).

Anderko, L. (PI) & Huffling, K. (Co-I). Climate, Renewable Energy and Health, Health Care Without Harm, (09/01/2014-03/31/2015).

Dillion-Merril, R. (PI), Collman, J. (Co-I), & Anderko, L. (Co-I). Individual Perceptions of Climate Change, Heat Waves, and Near-Misses and the Impact on Community Resilience and Health, (04/30/2014-05/01/2015).



Previous

Anderko, L. and Huffling, K. (Co-PIs). Clean Energy 101:
Recognizing, Educating and Advocating for
Healthier Energy Choices
, US Climate Action Network, (09/30/2013-08/31/2014).

Roepe, P. (PI) and Anderko, L. (Co-PI). Communicating Risk for Common Chemical Exposures: A Policy Forum. Georgetown University Environment Initiative, (04/01/2012-03/31/2013).

Davies-Cole, John Davies Cole and Anderko, L. (PIs) Climate Change and Environmental Pubic Health Tracking, Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE), (07/01/12-06/30/13).



Arroyo, V. (PI) and Anderko, L. (Co-PI). Climate Change, Policy, and Public Health. Kresge Foundation (09/01/10-05/31/13).

Anderko, L. (PI), Windel, L., Konetzka, T. (Co-PIs). Transforming Primary Care: Improving on the Medical Home Model. VNA Foundation and the RWJ Foundation (04/01/2010-03/31/13).
Anderko, L. (PI) Building capacity for sustainable hospital systems: A toolkit for nursing action. Kendeda Foundation (07/01/1-12/31/11).
Anderko, L. (PI) Healthier Workforce, Healthier Economy. Vitality Group (07/21/10-11/30/11).
Anderko, L. & Davies-Cole, J. Climate Change Indicators and Public Health, Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (03/01/11-07/31/11).
Anderko, L. (PI). Exploring Stress Levels in Nurses using Simulation Labs and Architectural Design Interventions, Perkins + Will (07/01/10-12/31/10).
Anderko, L. (PI). Sustainable Health Care Systems, Perkins + Will, (11/01/09-04/30/10).
Anderko, L. (Consultant, formerly Principal Investigator prior to relocation to Georgetown University) The Westlawn Partnership for a Healthier Environment: A Level I Community Action for a Renewed Environment (CARE) Cooperative Agreement. Environmental Protection Agency (10/01/08-06/30/10).
Anderko, L.(PI) & Anderson, H. (Co-PI). Building Capacity for Health Professionals: Fish Consumption and Mercury Toxicity, Environmental Protection Agency (09/01/08- 08/31/09).
Anderko, L., Willis, E., Brandenburg, T. (Co-PIs). The Great Lakes Environmental Health Project: Reducing Health Risks through Outreach and Education. Healthiest Wisconsin Partnership Program, Medical College of Wisconsin, Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation (07/01/08- 06/30/09).
Anderko, L. (PI). Policy Analysis of Smoke-free Restaurant Ordinance, Wauwatosa Health Department, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Wauwatosa Health Department (01/01/08-12/30/08).
Sparks, S., Anderko, L., Peterman, B., and Carrico, M. (Co-PIs). Staying Healthy as a Hmong Woman: Building Capacity to Address Cancer Disparities (Kev Noj Qab Haus Huv Ntawm Pojniam Hmoob Lub Neej). Wisconsin Partnership Program, Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation. (01/01/08-12/30/08).
Anderko, L. (Consultant). Linking Education and Practice for Excellence in Public Health Nursing (L.E.A.P.) Grant, University of Wisconsin, College of Nursing. Development of online course entitled, Core skills in analytic assessment, (05/01/08-12/31/08).
Anderko, L. (PI). Interdisciplinary Environmental Health Conference, American Public Health Association, Global Climate Change. Health Care Without Harm (01/01/2008-06/30/2008).
Anderko, L. (Consultant). Fitness for Kids, Healthiest Wisconsin Partnership Program, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medical College of Wisconsin, Consultant (05/01/07 to 04/30/08).
Anderko, L. and Bedinghaus, J. (Co-PIs). General Assistance Medical Program: Reducing Emergency Room Visits through Nursing Case Management,The Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program; Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation (05/01/06 to 04/30/09).
Anderko, L and Meurer, J. (Co-PIs). Neighborhood Center Nutrition and Physical Activity Demonstration Project for Urban Children. Healthiest Wisconsin Partnership Program; Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation (05/01/06 to 04/30/09).
Anderko, L. (PI). Building Capacity for Environmental Health Nursing: Focus on Wisconsin, Health Care Without Harm (01/01/2007 to 12/30/2007).
Anderko, L. (PD). UWM College of Nursing Congressionally Directed Grant Application (DHHS): Reducing Health Disparities. (09/01/05-08/31/06).
Meurer, J., Johnson, C., and Anderko, L. (Co-PIs). Neighborhood Center Nutrition and Physical Activity Demonstration Project for Urban Children. Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program, Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation (01/01/05 to 12/31/05).
Anderko, L. (PI). Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow Program, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (06/01/05-05/31/08).
Anderko, L. (PD) UWM College of Nursing Congressionally Directed Grant Application (DHHS): Advancing Nursing Faculty in Underserved Areas, (07/01/04-06/30/05).
Anderko, L. (PI). Connections for Health II, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Milwaukee Affiliate, (01/01/04-05/30/05).
Anderko, L. (PI). INSIGHT for Cultural Competence, Milwaukee Area AHEC, (10/01/04-08/31/05).
Anderko, L. and Baisch, M. (Co-PIs). Urgent Care Program-St. Michael’s Hospital, 10/01/04-08/10/05).
Anderko, L. (PI). Center for International Education, Global Securities, (Summer 2005).
Anderko, L. (PI). Wellness for a Lifetime, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Awarded (07/03/03-10/31/04).
Anderko, L. (PD). UWM College of Nursing Congressionally Directed Grant Application: Silver Spring Community Nursing Center Construction Project, (09/01/03-08/31/04).

PUBLICATIONS
Original Papers in Refereed Journals
Anderko, L., Robertson, J. & Lewis, P. (1999). Job satisfaction of a differentiated nursing model within a rural-health nursing center, Nursing Connections, 12(1), 49-58.
Anderko, L., Uscian, M., & Robertson, J. (1999). Improving client outcomes through differentiated practice: A rural nursing center model, Public Health Nursing, 16(3), 168-175.
Anderko, L., Robertson, J., & Uscian, M. (2000). The effectiveness of a rural nursing center in improving health care access in a three county area, Journal of Rural Health, 16(2), 177-184.
Anderko, L. & Uscian, M. (2000). The effectiveness of a community-level HIV/STD prevention program in a three-county rural area, Family and Community Health, 23(3), 46-58.
Robertson, J., Anderko, L. & Uscian, M. (2000). Nursing students’ evaluation of clinical experiences in a rural differentiated-practice setting, Nursing Connections, 13(1), 43-52.
Anderko, L. (2001). Nursing and the environment: Advocacy for a healthy community. Agency for Toxic Substances Disease Registry, Hazardous Substances and Public Health, Winter 2001, 1(1)(www.atsdr.cdc.gov/HEC/v11n1-3.html).
Anderko, L. & Uscian, M. (2001). Quality outcome measures at an academic rural nurse managed center: A core safety net provider. Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice, 2(4), 286-292
Anderko, L. & Kinion, E. (2001). Speaking with a unified voice: Recommendations for the collection of aggregated outcome data in nurse-managed centers. Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice, 2(4), 293-302.
Anderko, L. & Uscian, M. (2002). Academic/Community partnerships as a strategy for positive change in the sexual behavior of rural college-aged students, Nursing Clinics of North America, 37(2), 341-349.
Anderko, L. (2003). Protecting the health of our nation’s children through environmental health tracking, Policy, Politics, and Nursing Practice, 4(1), 14-21.
Anderko, L., Bartz, C., & Lundeen, S.P. (2005). Wellness for a lifetime: Improving lifestyle behaviors of low-income, ethnically diverse populations. Annals of Family Medicine, 3 Suppl 2, S35-36.
Anderko, L., Bartz, C., & Lundeen, S.P. (2005). Practice-based research networks: Nursing centers and communities working collaboratively to reduce health disparities, Nursing Clinics of North America, 40(4), 747-758.
Anderko, L.. Lundeen, S., & Bartz, C. (2006). The Midwest Nursing Centers Consortium Research Network: Translating research into practice. Policy, Politics, and Nursing Practice, 7(2), 101-109.

Anderko, L. (2009). Environmental health nursing: Best practices. American Journal of Nursing, 109(6), 74-76. doi: 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000352484.16736.4e
Fayram, E. & Anderko, L. (2009). Applied epidemiology for public health and community-based nurses. Journal of Continuing Education for Nurses, 40(8), 1-6.
Anderko, L. (2010). Environmental health for childbearing women and their families. Journal of Obstetrical, Gynecological, & Neonatal Nursing,  39(1), 82-83.
Anderko, L., Braun, J., & Auinger, P. (2010). Contribution of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke to learning disabilities in U.S. children. Journal of Obstetrical, Gynecological, & Neonatal Nursing, 39(1), 111-117.
Kunz, S. Ricco, J.A., Hill, W.G, Anderko, L. (2010). Communicating methylmercury risk to vulnerable childbearing populations. Journal of Obstetrical, Gynecological, and Neonatal Nursing, 39(1), 118-126.
Anderko, L. (2010). Achieving health equity on a global scale through a community-based public health framework for action. Journal of Law Medicine & Ethics, 38: 486–489. doi: 10.1111/j.1748-720X.2010.00507.x
Willems Van Dijk, J., Anderko, L., & Stetzer, F. (2011). The impact of prenatal care coordination on birth outcomes. Journal of Obstetrical, Gynecological, & Neonatal Nursing, 40(1), 98-108.
Berent, G., Anderko, L. (2011). Solving the Nurse Faculty Shortage: Exploring Recruitment and Retention Issues. Nurse Educator, 36(5), 203-207. doi: 10.1097/NNE.0b013e3182297c4a
Windel, L., Anderko, L., Konetzka, T. (2011). Transforming Primary Care: Improving on the Medical Home Model. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 25, 305-307.
Windel, L. & Anderko, L. (2011). Care Plus: An Alternative Approach to Traditional Patient-Centered Medical Homes. Home Healthcare Nurse, 29(7), 453-456.
Anderko, L., Chalupka, S., & Afzal, B. (2012). Climate Change and Health: The Role of Health Providers. Washington DC: Catholic Health Association.
Gray, W., Anderko, L., Kesten, K., Hurst, S., & Duffy Day, T. (2012). Using Clinical Simulation Centers to Test Design Interventions: A Pilot Study of Color and Lighting Modifications, Health Environments Research & Design, 5(3), 45-65.
Kraemer, J., Roffenbender, J., & Anderko, L. (2012). Helmet Wearing among Users of a Public Bicycle Sharing Program in the District of Columbia and Comparable Riders on Personal Bicycles, American Journal of Public Health, 102(8), e23-25.
Anderko, L., Roffenbender, J., Goetzel, R., Wildenhaus, K., Millard, F., Canova, D., Howard, J., DeSantis, C., & Novelli, W. (2012). Workplace Wellness: Promoting Prevention through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Preventing Chronic Disease, 9, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd9.120092.
Gray, W., Kesten, K., Hurst, S., Duffy Day, T. & Anderko, L. (2012). Using Clinical Simulation Centers to Test Design Interventions: A Pilot Study of Color and Lighting Modifications, Health Environments Research & Design, 5(3): 45-65.
Anderko, L., Otter, A., Chalupka, S., Anderko, C., & Fahey, C. (2013). Building Capacity for Environmental Health through Web-Based Media, Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 44(3):121-127
Anderko, L., Chalupka, S., Gray, W., & Kesten, K. (2013). A Proclamation for Green Change: Healing through Sustainable Health Care Environments, American Journal of Nursing, 113(4): 52-59.
Dressel, A., Anderko, L., & Koepsel, B. (2013). The Westlawn Partnership for a Healthier Environment: Promoting Environmental Justice and Building Community Capacity, Environmental Justice, 6(4): 127-132.
Anderko, L. & Chalupka, S. (2013). Unrelenting Climate Change Means Our Elders Are in Peril, Aging Today, 34(6): 13.
Anderko, L., Chalupka, S., & Anderko, C. (2014). Climate Change: An Ecocentric Values Based Caring Approach, International Journal of Human Caring, 18(2).
Anderko, L., Davies-Cole, J., & Strunk, Andrew. (2014). Identifying Populations at Risk through Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Environmental Public Health Tracking, Climate Change, and Public Health, Public Health Nursing, 31: 484–491. doi: 10.1111/phn.12164.
Chalupka, S. & Anderko, L. (2015). Climate and Health, Environmental & Health in the 21st Century. Kendall Hunt Publishing Company: Dubuque, IA. ISBN: 978-1-4652-6634-7.
Peer-Reviewed Government Scientific Reports
Anderko, L., Anderson, H., Freeman, N., & Philbert, M. (2007). CHPAC-BOSC Review of the Research Translation of the EPA/NIEHS Children’s Research Centers: Accomplishments and Opportunities for the Future. Findings document, US EPA National Center for Environmental Research: Washington D.C. (Federally commissioned).
Anderko, L., Andersen, H., Freeman, N., Miller, E., & Turner-Hansen (2008). Review of the EPA/ATSDR Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Units: Accomplishments and Opportunities for the Future. Findings document, US EPA National Center for Environmental Research: Washington D.C. (Federally commissioned report).
Anderko, L., Knobeloch, L., Kyle, A., Leidich, R., Marty, M., Miller, E., Paulson, J., & Roberts, J. (2013). America’s Children and the Environment (EPA 240-R-13-001), Children’s Health Protection Advisory Committee Task Force, US EPA: Washington, DC (Federally Commissioned).

Anderko, L., et al. (2014). Recommendations for Integrating Environmental Justice into the EPA’s Research Enterprise. National Environmental Justice Advisory Council Research Workgroup: Washington, DC (Federally Commissioned). Available at: http://www.epa.gov/compliance/environmentaljustice/resources/publications/nejac/nejac-research-recommendations-2014.pdf
Anderko, L. (Chair), et al. (2015). Mid-Atlantic Health Equity Council Regional Blueprint for Action. National Partnership to End Health Disparities, Office of Minority Health, HHS: Washington, DC. Available at: http://region3.npa-rhec.org/in-the-spotlight/resourceguide.
Anderko, L. (2015). Perfluorinated Chemicals and Children’s Health. Region 3 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry: Philadelphia, PA. Available at: https://georgetown.app.box.com/s/d5wgl9odz1fvz6rzgkbgwubcm2ptluw3.

Non-Governmental Scientific Papers
Anderko, L., et al. (Chair). (2015). Valuing environmental health: Cost-benefits. American Public Health Association: Washington, DC.
Anderko, L., et al. (2013). Elements of a responsible product life cycle. Association Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI): Arlington, VA. Available at: https://www.aami.org/hottopics/sustainability/Sustainability_1311.pdf

Reviews or Editorials in Refereed Journals/Websites

Rodgers, B. & Anderko, L. (2004). Letter to the editor, Nursing Outlook, 52 (4), 164.


Anderko, L. (2006). Invited commentary, Promoting health through tailored web-based patient education modalities, Annals of Family Medicine, Electronic letter published at: www.annfammed.org/cgi/eletters/4/2/148.

Anderko, L. (2007). The environment and health: A challenge for nurses. Nursing Matters, 18(2), 5, 15.
Anderko, L. (2008). Eliminating healthcare disparities in America, Richard Allen Williams, MD, Doody Publishing (Book review available at: www.doody.com/corp/DoodysBookReviews/AboutDoodysBookReviews/tabid/62/Default.aspx.
Anderko, L. (September 1, 2010). A Redirection of Approaches is Needed: From “Innocent until Proven Guilty to First Do No Harm” Environmental Health Policy Institute, Physicians for Social Responsibility. Retrieved from: http://www.psr.org/environment-and-health/environmental-health-policy-institute/responses/from-innocent-until-proven-guilty-to-first-do-no-harm.html.
Anderko, L. (February 2, 2012). How Can Our Regulatory System More effectively protect the Health of the Developing Fetus? Environmental Health Policy Institute, Physicians for Social Responsibility. Retrieved from: http://www.psr.org/environment-and-health/environmental-health-policy-institute/responses/how-can-our-regulatory-system-protect-developing-fetus.html.
Anderko, L. (August 22, 2012). Particulate Matter Pollution: Protecting Those Most Vulnerable. Environmental Health Policy Institute, Physicians for Social Responsibility. Retrieved from: http://www.psr.org/environment-and-health/environmental-health-policy-institute/responses/particulate-matter-pollution.html.
Anderko, L. (August 31, 2015). Safeguarding Our Climate Means Safeguarding Our Health, Roll Call: Beltway Insiders. Retrieved from: http://blogs.rollcall.com/beltway-insiders/safeguarding-our-climate-means-safeguarding-our-health-commentary/.
Anderko, L. (January 27, 2016). The Mid-Atlantic Center Resource Guide: Engaging Youth in Health Equity Issues. The National Partnership for Action, Office of Minority Health. Retrieved from: http://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/npa/blog/.

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