Dune, L. (2008). Precepting undergraduate nursing students: the nurse's perspective. Southern Online Journal of Nursing Research, 8(2), available at: www.cinahl.com/cgi-bin/refsvc?jid=1911&accno=2010062534.
Ownby, K., Dune, L.S. (2007). Delimiting debilitation: Forming a substantive theory for peripheral neuropathy in AIDS patients. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 34(1), 48-59.
Dune, L. (2006). Integrating tuina acupressure and traditional Chinese medicine concepts into a holistic nursing practice. Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing, 2(6), 253-6.
Dune, L. S., Shiao, S-Y. P. K. (2006). Meta-analyses of acu-stimulation effects on postoperative nausea and vomiting in children. EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing,2(4), 314-20.
Bennett DS, & Dune L.S. (2002). Everyday thoughts: harnessing the thought process toward a practical framework for increasing critical thinking and reducing error. Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America, Dec 14(4), 385-90.
2012 Dune, L. S. An innovative diagnostic and intervention method for success in an accelerated second-degree baccalaureate nursing program. Podium Networking for Education in Healthcare, Cambridge, UK
2005 Dune, L.S., Shiao, S-Y. P. K. Meta-analysis of Acupressure Studies: Effects on Nausea and Vomiting Related Symptoms in Children. Symposium Paper. Podium 16th International Nursing Research Congress, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Hawaii.
She has taken the experiences of research areas of acupressure and stress management forward into the undergraduate curriculum. She guest lectures across the curriculum to bring the concepts of complementary medicine to the forefront of thought of newly developing students. She is sought out by educators in her area about potentials of incorporating technology into clinical education, acupressure, Chinese Integrative Care and Stress Management from her perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She has consistently attained continuing education beyond what is required for re-certification and re-licensure. She is updating her material for lecture continually, based on current research in the area, student feedback, and peer review. She revised selected course units to integrate examples and best practice in the classroom for research interpretation and implications.
The organizations granting her education role awards include Sigma Theta Tau, Houston West Chamber of Commerce, Good Samaritan Foundation and American Association of Critical Care Nurses.