Dawon Baik, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow, was among the authors of “Examining Interprofessional Team Interventions Designed to Improve Nursing and Team Outcomes in Practice: A Descriptive and Methodological Review,” published in the Journal of Interprofessional Care. Baik was also among the authors of “Using the Palliative Performance Scale to Estimate Survival for Patients at the End of Life: A Systematic Review of the Literature,” published in the Journal of Palliative Medicine.
Kasey Jackman ’05 ’10 ’17, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow; Judy Honig ’05, DNP, Dorothy M. Rogers Professor of Nursing, and senior associate dean of academic affairs and dean of students; and Walter Bockting, PhD, professor, and co-director, LGBT Health Initiative, Division of Gender, Sexuality, and Health, were among the authors of “Experiences of Transmasculine Spectrum People Who Report Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: A Qualitative Investigation,” published in the Journal of Counseling Psychology.
Rita Marie John ’05, DNP, associate professor, was among the authors of “Diagnosis and Primary Care Management of Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis in Children,” published in The Nurse Practitioner.
Jeanne Rubsam ’93, MS, assistant professor of nursing; Barbara Coons, MD, postdoctoral research fellow, CUIMC; Vincent Duron, MD, assistant professor of surgery, CUIMC; Steven Stylianos, MD, Rudolph N. Schullinger Professor of Surgery, CUIMC; and Sophia Tam, MD, postdoctoral residency fellow, CUIMC, were authors of “High Volume Crystalloid Resuscitation Adversely Affects Pediatric Trauma Patients,” published in the Journal of Pediatric Surgery.
Arlene Smaldone ’03, PhD, professor, and assistant dean of scholarship and research; Daniel Feller, student, CUIMC; Matthew Levine, student, School of Professional Studies; David Albers, PhD, adjunct assistant professor of biomedical informatics, CUIMC; and Lena Mamykina, PhD, assistant professor of biomedical informatics, CUIMC, were among the authors of “A Visual Analytics Approach for Pattern-Recognition in Patient-Generated Data,” published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.
Cindy Veldhuis, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow, and Tonda Hughes, PhD, Henrik H. Bendixen Professor of International Nursing, were among the authors of “Mapping the Landscape of Support and Safety Among Sexual Minority Women and Gender Non-Conforming Individuals: Perceptions After the 2016 US Presidential Election,” published in Sexuality Research and Social Policy.
Awards and Honors
Dawon Baik, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow, received the Eugenie and Joseph Doyle Award from the Visiting Nurse Service of New York.
Kasey Jackman ’05 ’10 ’17, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow, received a 25th WPATH Biennial Symposium scholarship from the World Professional Association for Transgender Health.
Elise Mantell, PhD student, and Shazia Mitha ’16 ’18, PhD student, were selected to be Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Nursing Scholars.
Patricia Stone, PhD, Centennial Professor of Health Policy in the Faculty of Nursing, and Jingjing Shang, PhD, assistant professor, received $2.7 million in funding from the National Institute of Nursing Research at the National Institutes of Health as co-principal investigators (PIs) of a new exploratory center, entitled “The Center for Improving Palliative Care for Vulnerable Adults with MCC (CIPC).” This innovative five-year center will be conducted in partnership with the Visiting Nurse Service of New York (Max Topaz, PhD, associate professor, site PI) and will support a total of five pilot projects. The goal of the CIPC is to guide nurse scientists in becoming leaders of interdisciplinary research teams that generate knowledge for how to best provide vulnerable adults with multiple chronic conditions with palliative and end-of-life care that is consistent with their personal preferences, and reduces burdensome treatments and transitions.
Elaine Larson, PhD, Anna C. Maxwell Professor of Nursing Research, and senior associate dean of scholarship and research, participated in multiple presentations on the subject of antimicrobial stewardship in low-resource settings at the “Workshop and Symposium on Capacity Building for National Sustainable Development: From Evidence Generation Through Effective Lab Diagnosis and Disease Prediction Strategies to Effective Implementation of Findings,” at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, in Nairobi, Kenya.
Cindy Veldhuis, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow, and Tonda Hughes, PhD, Henrik H. Bendixen Professor of International Nursing, presented “‘America Sent a Message—Bullies Get What They Want’: Effects of the 2016 Election on LBTQ+ People” and “Intersectionality in the Associations Between Intimate Partner Violence and Alcohol Use” at the 126th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, in San Francisco, California.
Briefs and Other News
Paul Coyne ’13 ’15 ’16, DNP, was named one of the rising stars under 40 in health care by Becker’s Hospital Review.
Sara Donnelly ’06 ’08, DNP, had her poster, “An Evaluation of a Medical Care Coordination Program for Children with Medical Complexity,” selected for use by the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board.
Wanda Montalvo ’15, PhD, was named executive director of Jonas Nursing and Veterans Healthcare.
Nancy Reame, PhD, Mary Dickey Lindsay Professor Emerita of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, will be a speaker at a panel, entitled “Menstruation Is Having Its Moment–How Can Scholars Engage?”, sponsored by Columbia’s Center for the Study of Social Difference.
Cindy Veldhuis, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow, was invited to join the editorial board of the journal PLOS ONE.