Publications, Presentations, and Other News March 2019

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Publications

Suzanne Bakken, PhD, Alumni Professor of Nursing and Professor of Biomedical Informatics, and Rebecca Schnall ’09, PhD, Mary Dickey Lindsay Associate Professor of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, were among the authors of “Behavioral Interventions Using Consumer Information Technology as Tools to Advance Health Equity,” published in the American Journal of Public Health.

 

Jean-Marie Bruzzese, PhD, associate professor, and Lusine Poghosyan, PhD, associate professor, were among the authors of “Individual and Neighborhood Factors Associated with Undiagnosed Asthma in a Large Cohort of Urban Adolescents,” published in the Journal of Urban Health.

 

Billy Caceres, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow, was among the authors of “Provider and LGBT Individuals’ Perspectives on LGBT Issues in Long-Term Care: A Systematic Review,” published in Gerontologist.

 

Billy Caceres, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow; Kenrick Cato ’08 ’14, PhD, assistant professor; Kasey Jackman ’05 ’10 ’17, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow; and Tonda Hughes, PhD, Henrik H. Bendixen Professor of International Nursing, were among the authors of “A Scoping Review of Sexual Minority Women’s Health in Latin America and the Caribbean,” published in the International Journal of Nursing Studies.

 

Tonda Hughes, PhD, Henrik H. Bendixen Professor of International Nursing, was among the authors of “Severity of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drug Use Disorders Among Sexual Minority Individuals and Their ‘Not Sure’ Counterparts,” published in LGBT Health. Hughes was also among the authors of “Predicting Cervical Cancer Screening Among Sexual Minority Women Using Classification and Regression Tree Analysis,” published in Preventive Medicine Reports.

 

Kasey Jackman ’05 ’10 ’17, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow, and Tonda Hughes, PhD, Henrik H. Bendixen Professor of International Nursing, were among the authors of “Sexual and Gender Minority Health Research in Nursing,” published in Nursing Outlook.

 

Theresa Koleck, PhD, associate research scientist, and Suzanne Bakken, PhD, Alumni Professor of Nursing and Professor of Biomedical Informatics, were among the authors of “Natural Language Processing of Symptoms Documented in Free-Text Narratives of Electronic Health Records: A Systematic Review,” published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.

 

Kristine Kulage, MPH, director of scholarship and research development; Elaine Larson, PhD, senior associate dean of scholarship and research, and Anna C. Maxwell Professor of Nursing Research; and Joshua Massei, MBA, research office coordinator, were the authors of “NIH Funding Ranked ‘Per-Capita’: An Alternative Method for Assessing Research Productivity,” published in the Western Journal of Nursing Research.

 

Maichou Lor, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow; Theresa Koleck, PhD, associate research scientist; and Suzanne Bakken, PhD, Alumni Professor of Nursing and Professor of Biomedical Informatics, were the authors of “Information Visualizations of Symptom Information for Patients and Providers: A Systematic Review,” published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. They were also among the authors of “Association Between Health Literacy and Medication Adherence Among Hispanics with Hypertension,” published in the Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.

 

Allison Norful ’17, PhD, associate research scientist; Lusine Poghosyan, PhD, associate professor; and Siqin Ye, MD, assistant professor of medicine, CUIMC, were among the authors of “Development and Psychometric Testing of the Provider Co-Management Index: Measuring Nurse Practitioner-Physician Co-Management,” published in the Journal of Nursing Measurement. They were also among the authors of “Nurse Practitioner-Physician Co-Management of Patients in Primary Care,” published in Policy, Politics, and Nursing Practice.

 

Patricia Stone, PhD, Centennial Professor of Health Policy, was among the authors of “Perceived Impact of State-Mandated Reporting on Infection Prevention and Control Departments,” published in the American Journal of Infection Control.

 

Maxim Topaz, PhD, Elizabeth Standish Gill Associate Professor of Nursing, was among the authors of “Nurses ‘Seeing Forest for the Trees’ in the Age of Machine Learning: Using Nursing Knowledge to Improve Relevance and Performance,” published in CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing. Topaz was also among the authors of “Mining Social Media Data to Assess the Risk of Skin and Soft Tissue Infections from Allergen Immunotherapy,” published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

 

Cindy Veldhuis, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow; Jean-Marie Bruzzese, PhD, associate professor; Tonda Hughes, PhD, Henrik H. Bendixen Professor of International Nursing; and Maureen George, PhD, associate professor, were authors of “Asthma Status and Risks Among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Adults in the United States: A Scoping Review,” published in Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology.

Awards and Honors

Amanda Hessels, PhD, assistant professor, received a $1.86 million grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. The grant will fund a study to test an intervention simulation entitled, “Simulation to Improve Infection Prevention and Patient Safety: The SIPPS Trial,” for which Hessels will serve as Principal Investigator. Columbia Nursing co-investigators include: Elaine Larson, PhD, senior associate dean of scholarship and research, and Anna C. Maxwell Professor of Nursing Research; Haomiao Jia, PhD, associate professor of biostatistics; Kellie Bryant, DNP, assistant professor, and executive director of simulation; and Nancy Spear Owen, MA, instructor.

 

Allison Norful ’17, PhD, associate research scientist, was selected as the recipient of the Cathryne A. Welch Center for Nursing Research 2018 Rising Nurse Researcher award. The award is bestowed by the Center for Nursing at the Foundation of New York State Nurses, Inc. 

 

Patricia Stone, PhD, Centennial Professor of Health Policy, was selected as an honoree for induction, by Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, into the society’s 2019 International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame based on the significant impact her research has made on the nursing profession.

Presentations

Kellie Bryant, DNP, assistant professor, and executive director of simulation, presented “Follow the Yellow Brick Road to an IP Experience: Make It Happen,” at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, in San Antonio, Texas.

 

Jaime Panton, DNP, assistant professor, presented “Evidence-Based Utilization of Diagnostic Imaging in Pediatric Patients,” at the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Annual National Conference, in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Briefs and Other News

Billy Caceres, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow, was elected to the nominating committee of the Eastern Nursing Research Society.

 

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