Dr. Ann Hubbert came to Boise State University in 2011 as a faculty member in the School of Nursing and as the Chair of the Undergraduate Nursing Program. Dr. Hubbert holds a B.S.N., an M.S. in Nursing, and a Ph.D. in Nursing with an emphasis in Community Health Systems, Public Administration, and Transcultural Nursing. She is a Certified Transcultural Nurse, and has served as Vice-President, on the Board of Directors, and as a Foundation Board Member of the Transcultural Nursing Society. Dr. Hubbert's nursing research emphasizes transcultural nursing theory, traditional Indian medicine, and working with vulnerable populations including the homeless and crisis poverty seniors.
A Partnership of a Catholic Faith-Based Health System, Nursing and Traditional American Indian Medicine Practitioners, Contemporary Nurse: A Journal for the Australian Nursing Profession (2008)
The paper presents a historically unique partnership between an American Southwestern, Catholic faith-based, urban hospital...
Experiences of Expert Nurses in Caring for Patients with Postoperative Pain (with Jennifer Richards), Pain Management Nursing (2007)
Despite enormous technologic advances and substantial research in the area of pain management in recent...
Contributions to Books
Application of Culture Care Theory for Nurse Administrators and Managers, Culture Care Diversity and Universality : A Worldwide Nursing Theory (2006)
Culture Care Theory Application for BSN Students' Entry into a Paiute Tribal Community, Transcultural Nursing Society, Annual International Conference (2010)