School of Nursing

Carol A. (Reineck) Huebner Leadership for Clinical Excellence Lecture Series

Following a distinguished Army career and upon retiring as the Chief Nurse Executive at the U.S. Army Medical Command at Fort Sam Houston, Dr. Huebner joined the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing as a faculty member and an academic department chair. Her area of expertise was preparing and developing a competent, patient-centered, high-quality nursing workforce equipped to deliver evidence-based care. As a researcher, Dr. Huebner’s work centered on research education for clinical nurses, psychometrics, and the nursing workforce. The Carol A. (Reineck) Huebner Leadership for Clinical Excellence Lecture Series was established in 2015 with the goal of providing research resources to faculty, students, and the research community.

Lecture History


Deb Lyon

Debra Lyon, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FNAP, FAAN

Executive Associate Dean and Kirbo Endowed Chair, University of Florida, School of Nursing

Integrating ‘Omics in Quality of Life in Serious Illness: Exemplars and Future Challenges and Opportunities



Jacquelyn Taylor

Jacquelyn Taylor, PhD, PNP-BC, FAHA, FAAN

Professor and Executive Director, Center for Research on People of Color
Columbia University, School of Nursing

Research Trajectory in Hypertension Genomics



Blaine Reeder

Blaine Reeder, PhD

Assistant Professor
University of Colorado Denver, College of Nursing

Collaborative Research on Home-based Smart Health Applications Across Research Environments (HomeSHARE)



Anne Bruce

Anne Bruce, PhD, RN

Professor and Associate Director of Graduate Education
University of Victoria, School of Nursing

Contemplative Pedagogy: A Quiet Revolution in Nursing and Higher Education



David Vlahov

David Vlahov, RN, PhD, FAAN

University of California San Francisco, College of Nursing

Improving Culture of Health and Health Disparities: A Pivotal Moment of Urban Health