GAIL PETERSEN HOCK, MS, RN, PHCNS-C, APHN-C

GAIL PETERSEN HOCK, MS, RN, PHCNS-C, APHN-C

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Contact

P (949) 501-0643

F (949) 754-0499

16355 Laguna Canyon Rd, Irvine, Ca 92618
GAIL PETERSEN HOCK
Bio

Gail Petersen Hock is a board certified public/community health clinical nurse specialist and advanced public health nurse. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Community Health Nursing from Arizona State University. Gail studied epidemiology and public health ethics at Harvard School of Public and completed the online Applied Health Informatics Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing in 2011.  She has practiced as a hospital nurse, school nurse, directed outreach clinics for the uninsured and served as faculty in RN-BSN programs.  Her specialty area is immunization and reducing the risk of vaccine preventable disease in vulnerable populations. She is actively involved with the United Nations Foundation’s Shot@Life program aimed at protecting children worldwide by providing vaccines where they are needed most.  Gail is dedicated to helping prepare tomorrow’s nurses with an understanding of health promotion and illness prevention at the population level and the skill set to facilitate policy decisions that result in health for all people.

Discipline
  • RN to BSN Program
Education
Johns Hopkins University
Applied Health Informatics Program
Project: Development of Readiness Tools for Onboarding Pediatric Practice Electronic Health Record Systems For HL7 Messaging to the Arizona State Immunization Information System
2011
Arizona State University
M.S. Community Health Nursing
Applied Project: Marketing an Immunization Clinic Using Parental Prompts and Incentives
1996
Arizona State University
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
1989
Scholarly Activities

Community Health Improvement Project Advisor

 UCLA/Johnson& Johnson Health Care Executive Program
2015-2016

Embracing Immunity Community Grant,

The Arizona Partnership for Immunization and the Arizona Chapter of the March of Dimes    
2014-2015

Evidence Makes the C.A.S.E; Best Practices for Immunization –Podium Presentation

 27th Annual Regional Southwestern Nurse Practitioner Symposium
2014
Professional Experience
Program Manager, Community Partnerships
The Arizona Partnership for Immunization
Program delivery/development. Designed and delivered immunization curriculum for healthcare providers contracted with the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program
2013-2016
Program Director – Breaking the Cycle Community Health Care
Arizona State University- College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Responsible for Title X Family Planning Clinic funding and oversight, preceptor for undergraduate and graduate nursing students.
2002-2007