APRN, Straub Clinic & Hospital
Dr. Conde is an oncology clinician and researcher at The Queen’s Medical Center (QMC). At QMC, he helped launch the first hospital-based cancer survivorship program in Hawaii in 2009. He has been very instrumental in promoting survivorship care not only in Hawaii, but to nations and U.S. territories in the Pacific Basin. His active participation in the NCI’s Community Cancer Centers Program helps shape the growing field of cancer survivorship. As researcher, Dr. Conde’s research interests are quality of life and cancer health disparities. He has served as a principal investigator in several oncology-related studies and has successfully obtained external funding for his research studies. He has authored numerous peer-reviewed articles and has given presentations in local and national conferences. Prior to joining QMC, Dr. Conde served as an Assistant Professor at the University of Hawaii School of Nursing. He received almost $1 million dollars in funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration and implemented the only adult clinical nurse specialist program in Hawaii. Professional memberships include the Oncology Nursing Society and Sigma Theta Tau. He received his BSN, MSN, and PhD in nursing from the University of California, Los Angeles.