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Mission Pharmacal Congratulates Exemplary Women's Health Researchers
Date:10/18/2007

f nursing since 1979, and has worked in the academic, research and clinical settings. In addition to her faculty position at Georgia State University, she currently serves as a nurse practitioner at Planned Parenthood of Atlanta. She has written and contributed to numerous scientific papers, book chapters and Internet publications, and given national and international presentations on numerous topics. Moloney is an active member of several professional organizations and honor societies, including Sigma Theta Tau (the International Honor Society of Nursing), the National Organization of Nurse Practitioners Faculties, the Southern Nursing Research Society and the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.

Maria L. Rubolino-Gallego, MSN, RN, FNPc

Maria L. Rubolino-Gallego, MSN, RN, FNPc, is a professor at California State University Bakersfield, in Bakersfield, California. Her winning abstract entry, "Prophylactic Mastectomy: Living the Decision," was based on extensive semi-structured interviews conducted with women who have undergone prophylactic mastectomy. She found that while all reported a sense of fear prior to surgery, few expressed major regrets. The findings can be used to help health care providers better inform and support women considering mastectomy, and have been published in Practical Journal for Nurse Practitioners.

After securing both an undergraduate and a master's degree in nursing from California State University, Rubolino-Gallego returned to her alma mater where she now serves as a full-time professor. Additionally, Rubolino-Gallego provides general, antepartum and postpartum care to women of all ages at the Bakersfield Center for Women's Health in Bakersfield, California. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau (the International Honor Society of Nursing), the Kern Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant Association, the Community Action Partnership Committee and CSUB Alumni.

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