Suzanne Bakken, PhD, Alumni Professor and director, Center for Evidence-based Practice in the Underserved, was among the editors of Optimizing Strategies for Clinical Decision Support: Summary of Meeting Series, a special publication of the National Academy of Medicine.
Ruth Masterson Creber, PhD, associate research scientist, Ting Chen, MSN student, and Chao Wei, Mailman School of Public Health student, were among authors of “Brief Report: Patient Activation Among Urban Hospitalized Patients With Heart Failure,” published in Journal of Cardiac Failure.
Rita Marie John, DNP, associate professor, was among the authors of a chapter titled, “Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has an Infectious Disorder,” published in Maternal & Child Health Nursing: Care of the Childbearing & Childrearing Family, seventh edition.
Maichou Lor, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow, was among the authors of “Important Care and Activity Preferences in a Nationally Representative Sample of Nursing Home Residents,” published in Journal of the American Medical Directors Association.
Rebecca Schnall, PhD, Mary Dickey Lindsay Associate Professor of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Haomiao Jia, PhD, associate professor of biostatistics, Susan Olender, MD, assistant professor of medicine, Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, Melissa Gradilla, MPH, research coordinator; and Nancy Reame, PhD, Mary Dickey Lindsay Professor Emerita of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, authored “In People Living with HIV (PLWH), Menopause (Natural or Surgical) Contributes to the Greater Symptom Burden in Women: Results from an Online US Survey,” published in the online edition of Menopause.
Jasmine Travers ’16, PhD, Catherine Crawford Cohen ’12 ’16, PhD, and Patricia Stone, PhD, Centennial Professor of Health Policy and director, Center for Health Policy, were among authors of “The Great American Recession and Forgone Healthcare: Do Widened Disparities Between African-Americans and Whites Remain?” published in PLOS ONE.
Cindy Veldhuis, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow, and Tonda L. Hughes, PhD, Henrik H. Bendixen Professor of International Nursing and director of global health research, were among the authors of “Sexual Minority Women’s and Gender-Diverse Individuals’ Hope and Empowerment Responses to the 2016 Presidential Election,” published in Journal of GLBT Family Studies.
Dennis Graham ’93 ’08, founder of the not for profit Center for Veterans Health, will be featured in an upcoming PBS Documentary premiering on May 28th, titled “Going to War.”