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Publications, Presentations, and Other News April 2017

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Grants

Kenrick Cato, PhD, assistant professor, is the principal investigator of a $2.6 million, 5-year R01 grant entitled, “Communicating Narrative Concerns Entered by RNs (CONCERN).” The grant, funded by the National Institute of Nursing Research of the National Institute of Health, is to design and evaluate a SMARTapp to expose physicians and nurses to a predictive data source from nursing documentation in electronic health records. 

 

Suzanne Bakken, alumni professor of nursing and professor of biomedical informatics, is the principal investigator and program director of a 5-year competitive renewal of the Columbia University School of Nursing T32 Institutional Pre- and Post-doctoral training grant, “Reducing Health Disparities Through Informatics,” funded by the National Institute of Nursing Research of the National Institute of Health for $1.9 million, which will support the program through its 20th consecutive year.

 

Publications

Eileen Carter, PhD, assistant professor; Amanda Hessels, PhD, associate research scientist; Ana Kelly, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow; and Elaine Larson, PhD, associate dean for research; were authors of “Reported Hours of Infection Education Received Positively Associated with Student Nurses’ Ability to Comply with Infection Prevention Practices: Results from a Nationwide Survey,” published in Nurse Education Today.

 

Jacqueline Merrill, PhD, professor in biomedical informatics, Penelope Buschman, MS, FAAN, assistant professor of clinical nursing, and Jasmine Travers, PhD,  ’16, were co-authors of “An Efficient Nurse Practitioner-Led Community-Based Service Model for Delivering Coordinated Care to Persons With Serious Mental Illness at Risk for Homelessness,” published in Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association. 

 

Tonda Hughes, PhD, director, Global Health Research, was the senior author of “Victimization in Adulthood Mediates the Relationship Between Childhood Victimization and Smoking in Hetero Sexual and Sexual Minorities,” published in Nicotine and Tobacco Research.

 

Tonda Hughes, PhD, director, Global Health Research, was the co-author of “Effects of Sexual Assault on Alcohol Use and Consequences Among Young Adult Sexual Minority Women,” published in Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.  

 

Tonda Hughes, PhD, director, Global Health Research, was the senior author of “Validating a Hazardous Drinking Index in a Sample of Sexual Minority Women: Reliability, Validity, and Predictive Accuracy,” published in Substance Use & Misuse. 

 

Tonda Hughes, PhD, director, Global Health Research, was the senior author of “Influence of Perceived Femininity, Masculinity, Race/Ethnicity and Socioeconomic Status on Intimate Partner Violence Among Sexual Minority Women,” published in Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

 

Tonda Hughes, PhD, director, Global Health Research, was the co-author of “Health Risks of Sexual Minority Youth,” published in Journal of School Nursing.

 

Tonda Hughes, PhD, director, Global Health Research, was the senior author of “Building Nurses’ Capacity to Address Health Inequalities: Incorporating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Health Content” in Journal of Clinical Nursing.

 

Kathleen Hickey, EdD, FNP, associate professor, was the first author of “Evaluating the Utility of mHealth ECG Monitoring for the Detection and Management of Atrial Fibrillation in Clinical Practice,” published in Journal of Atrial Fibrillation.

 

Kathleen Hickey, EdD, FNP, associate professor, was the co-author of “Genome Sequencing Technologies and Nursing: What are the Roles of Nurses and Nurse Scientists?,” published in Nursing Research.

 

Lusine Poghosyan, PhD, assistant professor, was lead author of “Organizational Attributes of NP Practices: Implications for NP Modernization Act in New York State,” published in Nursing Research.

 

Nancy Reame, PhD, Mary Dickey Lindsay professor of disease prevention and health promotion, was the co-author of “The Mito-mom Conundrum,” published in The Scientist. 

 

Presentation and Honors

Laura Zeidenstein, CNM, DNP, director of nurse midwifery program, has been chosen to receive a 2017 Excellence in Teaching Award from the American College of Nurse-Midwives.

 

Rita Marie John, DNP, director of pediatric primary care nurse practitioner program, has been selected as a Fellow of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (FAANP).

 

Kathleen Hickey, EdD, FNP, associate professor, presented “The Role of Mentoring and Building Transdisciplinary Teams in Sustaining Careers of Nurse Scientists” at the 2017 National Nursing Roundtable Presentation.

 

Tonda Hughes, PhD, director, Global Health Research, presented “From the Midwestern US to OX: Sexual Minority Women’s Health Research Findings,” at the University of Technology-Sydney Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Health in Sydney, Australia.

 

Tonda Hughes, PhD, director, Global Health Research, presented “Leadership in Nursing Research: Challenges and Opportunities” at the University of Kentucky’s Sexton-Weaver Lectureship.

 

Karen Desjardins, DNP, assistant dean of academic affairs, presented “Re-Envisioning the Curriculum and Advancing Nursing Education Conference” at the GANES-Catalyzing Nursing Education and Scholarship for Global Heath.

 

Nancy Reame, PhD, Mary Dickey Lindsay professor of disease prevention and health promotion, presented “Depression Symptoms and Diabetes Contribute to Impaired Sleep in Postmenopausal Immigrant Latinas” at the Academy of Women’s Health.

 

Dawn Dowding, PhD, professor, presented “Using Technology to Support Evidence Based Practice” at New York Organization of Nurse Executives and Leaders Annual Conference.

 

Columbia Nursing faculty, students, and staff presented their research at the annual Eastern Nursing Research Society Conference (ENRS) 29th Annual Scientific Sessions:

 

Award Recipients

 

1st Place, Peer Reviewed DNP posters

 

Does scheduling a primary care follow-up appointment after a pediatric emergency department visit for asthma improve outcomes? A systematic review and quantitative synthesis 

 

Ashley Gyura, Columbia University; Brittany Kronick, Columbia University; Nadia Elgoghail, Hana Health; Nathaniel Saintus, Northwell Health; Arlene Smaldone, Columbia University

 

3rd Place, oral presentation presented by PhD student

 

Norful, A.A., Ye, S., VanderBiezen, M., & Poghosyan, L. (2016). Nurse Practitioner-Physician Co-management of Primary Care Patient Panels: The Provider Perspective

 

Papers and Posters

 

Paper Session A1: Social Determinants of Health

 

Infection Related Socioeconomic Disparities in Home Health Care 

 

Jingjing Shang

 

Paper Session A3: Adolescent Health

 

HABIT, a Community Health Worker Intervention, Improves Hydroxyurea Adherence and Psychosocial Health in Youth with Sickle Cell Disease

 

Arlene Smaldone, Columbia University; Deepa Manwani, Albert Einstein Medical Center; Nancy Green, Columbia University

 

Individual School's Selected Student Poster Session (PhD)

 

Antibiotic Use in Pediatric Long Term Care

 

Meghan Murray, Columbia University; Bevin Cohen, Columbia University School of Nursing; Elaine Larson, Columbia University School of Nursing; Lisa Saiman, Columbia University Medical Center, NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital; Natalie Neu, Columbia University Medical Center

 

Poster Session I: Meet the Researchers

 

A New Tool to Measure Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Organizational Climate: Instrument Adaptation

 

Donald Boyd, New York Presbyterian Hospital; Lusine Poghosyan, Columbia University

 

Utilization of Registered Nurses in Primary Care Interprofessional Teams: A Cross National Comparison and Review

 

Allison Norful, Columbia University; Grant Martsolf, University of Pittsburgh; Lusine Poghosyan, Columbia University

 

Nurse Practitioners' Patient Panels in Primary Care and the Impact of Organizational Structures


Lusine Poghosyan, Jianfang Liu, Allison Norful

 

Paper Session B1: Evidence Based Practice

 

Using Feedback Intervention Theory to Guide Clinical Dashboard Development: A Case Study in Home Care

 

Dawn Dowding, Columbia University; David Russell, Visiting Nurse Service of New York; Jacqueline Merrill, Columbia University; Nicole Onorato, Visiting Nurse Service of New York; Robert Rosati, VNA Health Group

 

Paper Session B3: Theory Guided Research

 

Interactive Learning for Effective Interprofessional Collaboration: Using Case Simulation for Interprofessional Education Orientation

 

Brenda Janotha

 

Symposium Session C6: The Health of Sexual and Gender Minority Populations Across the Lifespan

 

The Health of Sexual and Gender Minority Populations Across the Lifespan

 

Kasey Jackman, Columbia University; Jordon Bosse, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

 

The Elder LGBT Interprofessional Collaborative Care Program (e-linc): Cultivating a Practice Environment for Emerging Nurse Leaders, Partnering Together, and Promoting Wellness to Improve LGBT Health

 

Sigrid Gabler, Jeffrey Kwong

 

A Concept Analysis of Gender Nonconformity in Children

 

Kasey Jackman, Columbia University; Jordon Bosse, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Elizabeth Cohn, Adelphi University; Walter Bockting, Columbia University

 

Poster Session II: Meet the Researchers

 

The Variability of Nursing Attitudes Toward Mental Illness: An Integrative Review

 

Krystyna de Jacq, Allison Norful, Elaine Larson

 

The Relationship Between Patient Safety Climate and Standard Precaution Adherence: A Systematic Review

 

Amanda Hessels, Elaine Larson

 

Ecologic Assessment of Physical Activity Patterns of Elderly Patients with HIV 

 

Natalie Voigt, Rebecca Schnall

 

Assessment of Activity of Daily Living (ADL) among Elderly Patients in Post-Acute Care (PAC) Settings  

 

Zainab Toteh Osakwe, Mansi Agrawal, Elaine Larson, Jingjing Shang

 

Paper Session D2: Older Adult: Inpatient Focus

 

Nurse Practitioners' Patient Panels in Primary Care and the Impact of Organizational Structures


Lusine Poghosyan, Jianfang Liu, Allison Norful

 

Paper Session B1: Evidence Based Practice

 

Using Feedback Intervention Theory to Guide Clinical Dashboard Development: A Case Study in Home Care

 

Dawn Dowding, Columbia University; David Russell, Visiting Nurse Service of New York; Jacqueline Merrill, Columbia University; Nicole Onorato, Visiting Nurse Service of New York; Robert Rosati, VNA Health Group

 

Paper Session B3: Theory Guided Research

 

Interactive Learning for Effective Interprofessional Collaboration: Using Case Simulation for Interprofessional Education Orientation

 

Brenda Janotha

 

Symposium Session C6: The Health of Sexual and Gender Minority Populations Across the Lifespan

 

The Health of Sexual and Gender Minority Populations Across the Lifespan

 

Kasey Jackman, Columbia University; Jordon Bosse, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

 

The Elder LGBT Interprofessional Collaborative Care Program (e-linc): Cultivating a Practice Environment for Emerging Nurse Leaders, Partnering Together, and Promoting Wellness to Improve LGBT Health

 

Sigrid Gabler, Jeffrey Kwong

 

A Concept Analysis of Gender Nonconformity in Children

 

Kasey Jackman, Columbia University; Jordon Bosse, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Elizabeth Cohn, Adelphi University; Walter Bockting, Columbia University

 

Poster Session II: Meet the Researchers

 

The Variability of Nursing Attitudes Toward Mental Illness: An Integrative Review

 

Krystyna de Jacq, Allison Norful, Elaine Larson

 

The Relationship Between Patient Safety Climate and Standard Precaution Adherence: A Systematic Review

 

Amanda Hessels, Elaine Larson

 

Ecologic Assessment of Physical Activity Patterns of Elderly Patients with HIV 

 

Natalie Voigt, Rebecca Schnall

 

Assessment of Activity of Daily Living (ADL) among Elderly Patients in Post-Acute Care (PAC) Settings  

 

Zainab Toteh Osakwe, Mansi Agrawal, Elaine Larson, Jingjing Shang

 

Paper Session D2: Older Adult: Inpatient Focus


Factors Associated with Resident Influenza Vaccination in a National Sample of Nursing Homes

 

Jasmine Travers, Columbia University; Patricia Stone, Columbia University; Ragnhildur Bjarnadottir, Columbia University; Monika Pogorzelska-Maziarz, Thomas Jefferson University; Nicholas Castle, University of Pittsburgh; Carolyn Herzig, Columbia University

 

Paper Session D3: Organizations and Workforce Issues


Building a Global Network of Nurse and Midwifery Research 

 

Carolyn Sun, Jennifer Dohrn, Elaine Larson

 

Organizational Attributes of NP Practices: Implications for NP Modernization Act in New York State 

 

Lusine Poghosyan, Columbia University; Allison Norful, Columbia University; Grant R. Martsolf, RAND

 

Symposium Session D5: Center in Self-Management of Symptoms: Building Science and Research Teams for the Future System

 

The Precision in Symptom Self-Management (PriSSM) Center

 

Kathleen Hickey, Mary Byrne, Walter Bockting, Lena Mamykina, Suzanne Bakken

 

Paper Session E4: Health Promotion: Focus on Cardiac Risk Reduction

 

What Barriers and Facilitators Do School Nurses Experience When Implementing Obesity Interventions?

 

Krista Schroeder, University of Pennsylvania; Arlene Smaldone, Columbia University

 

Symposium Session E5: Why Do I Need to Know? 


Why do I need to know? Collecting Data to Improve the Health of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Populations

 

Jordon Bosse, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Kasey Jackman, Columbia University

 

Briefs

Sarah Collins ‘09 received the 40 under 40 healthcare innovators award from Medtech Boston.

 

Keville Frederickson Tomasson ’64 will be serving as the program project leader for the new PhD program in nursing at Pace University.

 

Courtney Reinisch ’07 is now the director of undergraduate nursing at Montclair State University.

 

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