- 2020 - 2021, Co-Chair, 25 Best Nurses of South-Central Texas, event hosted by the San Antonio Nursing Consortium.
- 2020 - Present, Co-Chair, Abstract Review Sub-Committee Policy Conference
- 2020 - Present, Journal Reviewer, Nursing Outlook
- 2020 - Present, Member, Planning Committee Policy Conference Planning Committee
- 2019 - Present, External Reviewer, Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)
- 2019 - Present, External Reviewer, Swiss National Science Foundation,
- 2019 - Present, Internal Reviewer, Office of Nursing Research and Scholarship
- 2018 - Present, Committee Member, Texas Nurses Association District 8
- 2019 - Present, San Antonio Nursing Consortium, Member
- 2018 - Present, Texas Organization of Nurse Executives, Member
- 2018 - Present, Philippine-American Chamber of Commerce of Texas, Member
- 2016 - Present, Philippine Nurses of American Foundation, Board Member
- 2011 - Present, Philippine Nurses Association of America, Board Member
- 2009 - Present, Southern Nursing Research Society, Member
- 2009 - Present, Sigma Theta Tau, Delta-at-Large Chapter, WebMaster
Dr. Bluhm is an Associate Professor and Director of International Programs, UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing. Originally from the Philippines, she has traveled extensively throughout the world for education, work, and tourism. She completed her Bachelor of Science (BS) and BS Honours in Australia, BS in Nursing from the Philippines, a pre-doctoral stint in Sweden, and PhD in England, where she also worked as a nurse. She has also worked in Thailand and Denmark before joining UT Health San Antonio. She has participated in medical missions to the Philippines. As the Director of International Programs, she has facilitated collaborations with universities in Mexico, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Thailand, South Korea, Finland, and Turkey. She has supervised students on education abroad trips to Bogota, Colombia. As the founding faculty adviser of the International Nursing Students Association (INSA), Dr. Bluhm has mentored nursing students on community service-learning (CSL) activities for minority communities, including but not limited to Filipino, Vietnamese, and other Asian-American communities. She has also mentored medical students in their CSL projects targeted towards diabetes, cancer, and Hepatitis C screening. She recognizes the value of global health education and the importance of cultural understanding.