Michael Van Doren



Office: Nursing Building #226
Phone: (210) 829-3954

  • MSN, University of Virginia
  • BSN, University of Virginia
  • 2018-Current: University of the Incarnate Word
  • 1983-1989: Angelo State University
  • Community Health Nursing and Management in Nursing
  • Community Health Nursing (clinical-primary)
  • Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing (clinical-primary)
  • Psychiatric Nursing (didactic and clinical)
  • Complementary and alternative health care
  • Educational strategies for nursing
  • Environmental health
  • Health promotion
  • Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
  • American Nurses Association
  • American Psychiatric Nurses Association
  • Association of Community Health Nurse Educators
  • Texas Nurses Association
  • Black Nurses Association of Greater Houston - Outstanding Speaker Award
  • Commencement Speaker, Baptist School of Health Professions, August graduating class of nursing and health professions
  • Director, Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses
  • International Nurses Society on Addictions, Outstanding Contributions to Peer Assistance Award
  • Invited member of National Council of State Boards of Nursing's Committee on the Regulatory Management of Substance Use Disorders
  • Keynote Speaker and individual session (x2) speaker, St David’s South Austin Medical Center’s “Pain Week”
  • Texas School Nurses Organization, Midland, Texas. “Substance Use Disorders and Related Issues”
  • Van Doren, M., (2015). Evolving TPAPN provides safety net for Texas. Texas Nursing Voice. 9(2), 1-5.
  • Van Doren, M., (2015). Texas Board of Nursing Bulletin, Jan, 2015, 46(1), 7
  • Van Doren, M., (2014). TPAPN: Helping Nurses. Texas Nursing. 88(1), 6-7, 9.
  • Van Doren, M., (2014). TPAPN restructures to meet national guidelines and needs of participants. Texas Nursing Voice, Jan-March, 2014, Vol.8(1), p.14(1)
  • Van Doren, M. (2012). The nurse’s nurse: Peer advocacy in an alternative program for nurses. In Preoperative Nursing Clinics, Saunders of Elsevier, Philadelphia. 7(4), 441-446.
  • Van Doren, M. (2012). Recognizing substance use disorders Nursing 2012 Critical Care. Elsevier, Philadelphia, 7(5), 38-47.
  • Monroe, T., VanDoren, M., Smith L., Cole, J., Kenega, H. (2011). Nurses recovering from substance use disorders while continuing to work: A review of policies and position statements. Journal of Nursing Administration, 41(10), 1-7.
  • National Council of State Boards of Nursing (2011). Substance use disorder in nursing: A resource manual and guidelines for alternative and disciplinary monitoring program. NCSBN, Chicago.
  • RN, Texas Board of Nursing
  • CPR, BLS Provider
  • National Audubon Society Member
  • Texas Nature Conservancy Member