Jingjing Shang PhD, RN

  • Associate Professor of Nursing at CUMC
Jingjing Shang, PhD, RN

My research focuses on infection control, home health care, predictive risk modeling, nursing workforce, health quality, patient safety, and oncology nursing. The main focus of my program of research seeks to understand how best to promote quality patient outcomes and improve nursing services in the home health care setting.

    Education & Training

  • BS, Peking Union Medical College (Beijing, China)
  • MSN, University of Delaware
  • PhD, John Hopkins University

Contact Info

Committees/Societies/Memberships

  • 2010- Northern Nursing Research Society
  • 2010- Academy Health member
  • 2009- Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science membership
  • 2001- Oncology Nurse Society
  • 2000- Sigma Theta Tau International

Honors & Awards

  • 2010-2011 Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science (CANS)/American Nurse Foundation (ANF) Scholar
  • 2009 First place, Pre-doctoral research contest, New Investigator Day, Johns Hopkins University, School of Nursing
  • 2007-2009 American Cancer Society (ACS) Doctoral Scholarship in Cancer Nursing
  • 1995 First class Academic award, Peking Union Medical College

NIH Grants

  • CENTER FOR IMPROVING PALLIATIVE CARE FOR VULNERABLE ADULTS WITH MCC (CIPC) (Federal Gov)

    Aug 8 2018 - May 31 2023

    INFECTION PREVENTION IN HOME HEALTH CARE (INHOME) (Federal Gov)

    Sep 21 2017 - Jun 30 2021

    INFECTION CONTROL IN HOME CARE AND PREDICTIVE RISK MODELING (Federal Gov)

    Jul 1 2016 - Apr 30 2020

    HOME HEALTH AGENCIES IN THE CHANGING POLICY ENVIRONMENT (Private)

    May 1 2018 - Aug 31 2019

    NURSING INTENSITY OF PATIENT CARE NEEDS AND RATES OF HEALTHCARE-ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS (NIC-HAI) (Federal Gov)

    Sep 1 2016 - Aug 31 2019

    HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO REDUCE HEALTHCARE-ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS: HIT-HAI (Federal Gov)

    Mar 6 2013 - Dec 31 2016

    HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS IN HOME HEALTH CARE (Federal Gov)

    May 13 2013 - Oct 31 2015

    WASHINGTON HEIGHTS INITIATIVE COMMUNITY-BASED COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS RESEARCH (WICER) (Federal Gov)

    Sep 30 2010 - Sep 29 2013

Publications

  • Dick, A.W., Murray, M. Chastain, A.M., Madigan, E., Sorbero, M., Stone, P.W., Shang, J.* (2019) Measuring Quality in Home Healthcare. Journal of American Geriatrics Society. DOI: 10.1111/jgs.15963

  • Shang, J., Russell, D., Dowding, D., McDonald, M.V., Murtaugh, C., Liu, J., Larson, E.L., Sridharan, S., Brickner, C. (Accepted) A Predictive Risk Model for Infection-Related Hospitalization among Home Healthcare Patients, Journal of Health Quality

  • Osakwe, Z.T., Larson, E., Andrews, H., Shang, J.* (Accepted) UTI-related hospitalization among older adults receiving home health care services. Journal of American Infection.

  • Osakwe, Z.T., Larson, E., Andrews, H., Shang, J.* (In Print) Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) of Home Health Care Patients. Home HealthCare Now

  • Wang, J., Liebel, D.V., Yu, F., Caprio, T.V., Shang, J.*. (2019) Inverse Dose-Response Relationship between Home Health Care Services and Rehospitalization in Older Adults. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, 20(6), 736-742

  • Shang, J., Needleman, J., Liu, J., Larson, E., Stone, P. (2019) Nurse Staffing and Healthcare Associated Infection, Unit-level Analysis, JONA. 49(5), 260-265

  • Liu, J., Larson, E., Cohen, B., Zachariah, P., Caplan, D., Shang, J.* (2019) Comparison of Measures to Predict Mortality and Length of Stay in Hospitalized Patients, Nursing Research, 68(3), 200-209

  • Woo, K., Shang, J., Dowding D. (2018) Patient factors associated with the initiation of telehealth services among heart failure patients at home. Home Health Care Services Quarterly. 37(4), 277-293

  • Russell, D., Dowding, D., McDonald, M., Adams, V., Rosati, R., Larson, E., Shang, J.* (2018) Factors for Compliance with Infection Control Practices in Home Health Care: Findings from a Survey of Nurses’ Knowledge and Attitudes towards Infection Control, American Journal of Infection Control. 46(11), 1211-1217. PMCID: PMC6215520

  • Ma, C., Park, S. H., Shang, J.* (2018) Inter- and Intra-Disciplinary Collaboration and Patient Safety Outcomes in U.S. Acute Care Hospital Units: A Cross-Sectional Study, International Journal of Nursing Studies.85, 1-6

  • Shang, J., Dick, A., Stone, P., Larson, E. (2018) A Research Agenda for Infection Prevention in Home Healthcare, American Journal of Infection Control. 46(9), 1071-1073. NIHMS966261

  • Hessels, A.J., Liu, J., Cohen, B., Shang, J., Larson, E. (2018) Severity of Illness Measures for Pediatric Inpatients, Journal for Healthcare Quality. 40(5), e77-e89

  • Ma, C., Shang, J., Miner, S., Squires, A.P. (2018) The Prevalence, Reasons, and Risk Factors for Hospital Readmission among Home Health Care Patients: A Systematic Review, Home Health Care Management & Practice

  • Larson, E.L., Cohen, B., Liu, J., Zachariah, P., Yao, D., Shang, J. (2017) Assessing Intensity of Nursing Care Needs Using Electronically Available Data, Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 35(12), 617-623

  • Osakwe, Z. T., Larson, E., Mansi A., Shang, J.* (2017) Assessment of Activity of Daily Living (ADL) among Elderly Patients in Home Health Care and Skilled Nursing Facilities: An Integrative Review, Home Healthcare Now. 35(5), 258-267

  • Wang, J., Shang, J., Jia, H., Kearney, J. (2016) The critical association between mental health disorders and medical status: Depression intervention use indicates a two-fold risk for medical events in older American home care patients, Journal of Gerontological Nursing. 42(10): 42-55

  • Wang, J., Kearney, J., Jia, H., Shang, J.* (2016) Mental health disorders in the national elderly home care population of the U.S.: Prevalence and correlates, Nursing Research. 65(2):107-16.

  • Ma, C., Shang, J., & Bott, M. (2015) Linking Team Collaboration and Nursing Leadership to Nurse Outcomes and Quality of Care. Journal of Nursing Administration. 45(9):435-42

  • Wang, J., Shang, J., Kearney, J. (2015) A Mental Health Disorders in Home Care Elders: An Integrative Review, Geriatric Nursing. doi: 10.1016/j.gerinurse.2015.10.013

  • Cohen, C.C., Shang, J.* (2015) Evaluation of Conceptual Frameworks Applicable to the Study of Isolation Precautions Effectiveness. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 71(10):2279-92

  • Cohen, C.C., Cohen B., Shang, J.* (2015) Effectiveness of Contact Precautions against Multidrug-resistant Organism (MDRO) Transmission in Acute Care: A Systematic Review of the Literature. The Journal of Hospital Infection. 90(4):275-84

  • Shang, J., Stone, P., & Larson, E. (2015) Studies on Nurse Staffing and Healthcare Associated Infection: Methodological Challenges and Potential Solutions. American Journal of Infection Control. 43(6): 581-588.

  • Shang, J., Larson, E., Liu, J., & Stone, P. (2015) Infection in Home Health Care: Results from National Outcome and Assessment Information Data. American Journal of Infection Control. 43(5). 454-59

  • Hagerty, T., Kertesz, L., Schmidt, M., Agarwal, S., Claassen, J., Mayer, S., Larson, E., Shang, J.* (2015) Risk Factors for Catheter-associated Urinary Tract Infections in Critically-Ill Patients with Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 47(1), 51-54

  • Ma, C., Shang, J., & Stone, P. (2014) Can Nurse Work Environment Influence Readmission Rates? – A Systematic Review. Nursing: Research and Reviews. 4, 91-101

  • Shang, J., Ma, C., Poghosyan, L., Dowding, D., Stone, P. (2014) The prevalence of infections and patient risk factors in home health care: A systematic review. American Journal of Infection Control. 42(5), 479-84 PMID: 24656786

  • Shang, J., You, L., Ma, C., Altares, D., Sloane, D.M., Aiken, L.H. (2014) Nurse Employment Contracts in Chinese Hospitals: Impact of Inequitable Benefit Structures on Nurse and Patient Satisfaction. Human Resources for Health. 12:1

  • Wenzel, J., Griffith, K., Shang, J., Thompson, K., Hedlin, H., Stewart, K., DeWeese, T., & Mock, V. (2013) Impact of a Home-based Walking Intervention on Outcomes of Sleep Quality, Emotional Distress, and Fatigue in Patients Undergoing Treatment for Solid Tumors. Oncologist. 18:4.

  • Aiken, L., Shang, J., Xue, Y., & Sloane, D. (2013) Hospital Use of Agency-Employed Supplemental Nurses and Patient Mortality and Failure to Rescue. Health Service Research. 48:3.

  • Shang, J., Friese, C., & Aiken, L. (2013) Nursing Practice Environment and Outcomes for Oncology Nursing. Cancer Nursing. 36:3.

  • Shang, J., Wenzel, J., Krumm, S., Griffith, K., & Stewart, K. (2012). Who Will Drop Out and Who Will Drop In: Exercise Adherence in a Randomized Clinical Trial Among Patients Receiving Active Cancer Treatment. Cancer Nursing. 35:4.

  • McHugh, M., Shang, J., Sloane, D.M., Aiken, L. H. (2011). Risk Factors for Hospital-Acquired ‘Poor Glycemic Control’: A Case-Control Study.International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 23 (1) 44-51

  • Lake, E. Shang, J., Klaus, S., Dunton, N. (2010). Organizing nursing resources to reduce the risks of patient falls. Research in Nursing & Health, 33 (5) 413–425

  • Patrician, P., Shang, J., Lake, E. (2010) Organizational Determinants of Nurse Work Outcomes and Quality Care Ratings among Army Medical Department Registered Nurses. Research in Nursing & Health, 33 (2) 99-110

  • Griffith, K., Wenzel, J., Shang, J., Thompson, C., Stewart, K., Mock, V. (2009). Impact of a Walking Intervention on Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Self-reported Physical Function, and Pain in Patients undergoing Treatment for Solid Tumors. Cancer, 115 (20) 4874-4884

For a complete list of publications, please visit PubMed.gov