Aliria Rascon

Assistant Director + Clinical Associate Professor
Faculty w/Admin Appointment
DTPHX Campus
Mailcode
3020
Director + Clinical Associate Professor
Faculty w/Admin Appointment
DTPHX Campus
Mailcode
3020
Asst Dir + Clin Assoc Profr
Faculty w/Admin Appointment
DTPHX Campus
Mailcode
3020

Biography

Aliria Rascón has taught with the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation at ASU since 2013 where she has instructed didactic, experiential, and clinical courses including Health and Illness III, Evidence Based Practice, Complex Care, and Professional Development courses at the Edson College. She also serves as director of the Global Health Collaboratory at Edson College where she leads initiatives providing international and intercultural experiences for students. During her time at ASU, she has served as co-director of Edson's Veterans Affairs Nursing Academic Partnership and as originator and faculty director of the college's first study abroad program to Peru during 2016 and 2017. As a division one water polo athlete, Rascón received her BSN from Hartwick College in New York where she also minored in Spanish and completed her MS in Nursing Education at ASU in 2012. Rascón practiced nursing in Kingston, Jamaica; Oaxaca, Mexico; Cusco, Peru; The Solomon Islands, and locally in a free mobile health clinic in Phoenix. Her clinical nursing experience includes work in oncology, medical-surgical, telemetry, medical ICU and trauma ICU. Rascón completed her PhD in Nursing at the University of Arizona where she studied experiences of grandmothers of Mexican descent managing type 2 diabetes in the context of caring for a grandchild. 

Education

PhD: University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (2019)

  • Nursing
  • Dissertation: Caregiving Abuelas: Mexican American Grandmothers' Self-Management of T2DM while Caring for Grandchildren

MS: Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ (2012)

  • Nursing Education
  • Applied project: Retention and Success of Minority Nursing Students

BSN: Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY (2007)

  • Major: Nursing
  • Minor: Spanish

Research Interests

Health disparities,Transcultural Nursing, International Service Learning/Study Abroad, Global Health, Critical Care Nursing, Type 2 Diabetes Self-Management, Environmentally responsible nursing and healthcare, Healthcare policy

Publications

Rascón, A. M. (2020, April). Caregiving abuelas: Managing T2DM while caring for grandchildren. Podium presentation accepted to the Western Institute of Nursing Conference, Portland, OR

Rascón, A. M. & McEwen, M. M. (2019). What about the abuelas? State of the science regarding T2DM in caregiving Mexican American grandmothers. Poster presented at the 2019 Arizona Health Equity Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Rascón, A. M. (2017). Nursing students studying abroad: No longer a luxury, but a necessity. Poster presented at National League for Nursing Education Summit: San Diego, CA.

Munoz, A. (2017, May). Uncomfortable, that’s where the magic happens. CONHI nursing students studying, serving, and growing abroad [Keynote Speaker.]. Sigma Theta Tau International Induction Ceremony: ASU Beta Upsilon Chapter.

Davis-Paige, L., Munoz, A., Place, V., & Butterbaugh, K. (2016, October). Reducing no-show appointment rates in an outpatient VA clinic: A VA nursing academic partnership initiative. Poster presented at the Arizona Nurses Association Symposium, Phoenix, AZ

Munoz, A. (2016, February). A Whole World of Nursing. Presentation for Arizona State University Student Nurse’s Association. Phoenix, AZ.

Munoz, A. (2016, November). Being a Global Nurse: What Does it Mean? For You, the Nursing Profession, the World. Presentation for Arizona State University Student Nurse’s Association. Phoenix, AZ.

Muñoz, A. (2016) Health Innovation at the Movies: Expert panelist. Center for Science and the Imagination and College of Nursing and Health Innovation.

Jarrel, K. & Munoz, A. (2015, September). Phoenix VA Health Care System: Arizona State University College of Nursing and Health Innovation Partnership to Transform Nursing Education and Practice (PAP-NEP). Poster session presented at the Arizona Nurses Association Convention, Phoenix, AZ.

Munoz, A. (2012). Reducing health care’s carbon footprint: The power of nursing. Workplace Health & Safety, 60(11), 471-474. doi: 10.3928/21650799-20121025-54

 

Invited Presentations/Speaking

Rascón, A. M (2019, November 12, Invited expert). IV therapy to your door operating in unregulated grey area. AZ Mirror. https://www.azmirror.com/2019/11/12/iv-therapy-to-your-door-operating-in-unregulated-grey-area/

Rascón, A. M. & Murphy, A. (2019, November). Open up your world of nursing: Go global! Presentation at the Student Nurses Association of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Rascón, A. (July 8, 2019, Invited guest).  Trump administration looking to ease regulations around translation services in health care system.  The Show. National Public Radio. https://kjzz.org/content/1048291/trump-administration-looking-ease-regulations-around-translation-services-health

Muñoz, A. (2017, May). Uncomfortable, that’s where the magic happens. CONHI nursing students studying, serving, and growing abroad [Keynote Speaker]. Sigma Theta Tau International Induction Ceremony: ASU Beta Upsilon Chapter.

Muñoz, A. (2016, November). Being a Global Nurse: What Does it Mean? For You, the Nursing Profession, the World. Presentation for Arizona State University Student Nurse’s Association. Phoenix, AZ.

Muñoz, A. (2016, February). A Whole World of Nursing. Presentation for Arizona State University Student Nurse’s Association. Phoenix, AZ.

Muñoz, A. (2016) Health Innovation at the Movies: Expert panelist. Center for Science and the Imagination and College of Nursing and Health Innovation.

 

Non Peer-Reviewed Publications:

Calacci, M. & Rascón, A. (2017). Catalyzing change: Maximizing registered nurse scope of

practice in interprofessional primary care. Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research. Retrieved from https://ipe.asu.edu/blog/articles/catalyzing-change-maximizing-registered-nurse-scope-practice-interprofessional-primary

Courses

Fall 2021
Course Number Course Title
NUR 315 Nursg Rsch Appl to Prac
NUR 425 Hlth & Illnss Cncpts III
Summer 2021
Course Number Course Title
NUR 315 Nursg Rsch Appl to Prac
Spring 2021
Course Number Course Title
NUR 315 Nursg Rsch Appl to Prac
NUR 425 Hlth & Illnss Cncpts III
Summer 2020
Course Number Course Title
NUR 315 Nursg Rsch Appl to Prac
Spring 2020
Course Number Course Title
NUR 315 Nursg Rsch Appl to Prac
NUR 425 Hlth & Illnss Cncpts III
HCR 499 Individualized Instruction
Fall 2019
Course Number Course Title
NUR 315 Nursg Rsch Appl to Prac
NUR 425 Hlth & Illnss Cncpts III
Summer 2019
Course Number Course Title
NUR 315 Nursg Rsch Appl to Prac
NUR 437 Experintl Lrng Readnss to Prac
Spring 2019
Course Number Course Title
NUR 315 Nursg Rsch Appl to Prac
NUR 325 Health and Illness Concepts I
NUR 425 Hlth & Illnss Cncpts III
NUR 446 Complex Nursing Practice:Adult
Fall 2018
Course Number Course Title
NUR 315 Nursg Rsch Appl to Prac
NUR 425 Hlth & Illnss Cncpts III
NUR 446 Complex Nursing Practice:Adult
Summer 2018
Course Number Course Title
NUR 437 Experintl Lrng Readnss to Prac
NUR 448 Nursing Practice Readiness
Spring 2018
Course Number Course Title
NUR 425 Hlth & Illnss Cncpts III
Fall 2017
Course Number Course Title
NUR 404 Prof Nrse Cncpts:Intrmdt
NUR 425 Hlth & Illnss Cncpts III
Summer 2017
Course Number Course Title
HCR 210 Clinical Health Care Ethics
HCR 230 Culture and Health
HCR 498 Pro-Seminar
Spring 2017
Course Number Course Title
NUR 413 Nursing for Complex Care

Expertise Areas