August 2023 Publications, Presentations, Awards, and Other News
Melissa Beauchemin, PhD ’19, was among the authors of “Children’s Oncology Group 2023 Blueprint for Research: Cancer Care Delivery Research” and “Children’s Oncology Group’s 2023 Blueprint for Research: Diversity and Health Disparities,” both published in Pediatric Blood and Cancer.
Natalie Benda was among the authors of “Do You Want to Promote Recall, Perceptions, or Behavior? The Best Data Visualization Depends on the Communication Goal,” published in Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA).
Lauren Bochicchio was among the authors of “Correction: ‘Getting the Staff to Understand It’: Leadership Perspectives on Peer Specialists Before and After the Implementation of a Peer-Delivered Healthy Lifestyle Intervention,” published in Community Mental Health Journal.
Laura Britton, MS ’16, Adriana Arcia, and Maureen George were among the authors of “’A Patient Should Not Have to Ask’: Women’s Experiences of Patient Education About Preconception Care for Type 2 Diabetes,” published in Patient Education and Counseling.
Ulf Bronas was among the authors of “Comorbidities Are Associated with State Hopelessness in Adults with Ischemic Heart Disease,” published in Heart and Lung: The Journal of Critical Care, and “The Relationship Between Sleep and Brain Function in Older Adults with Chronic Kidney Disease and Self-Identified Cognitive Impairment,” published in Journal of Gerontological Nursing.
Jean-Marie Bruzzese was among the authors of “Sleeping Healthy, Living Healthy: Using Iterative, Participatory Processes to Develop and Adapt an Integrated Sleep Hygiene/Mind-Body Integrative Health Intervention for Urban Adolescents,” published in Health Promotion Practice.
Jean-Marie Bruzzese and Adriana Arcia were among the authors of “Seeing Things the Same Way: Perspectives and Lessons Learned from Research-Design Collaborations,” published in Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA).
Leon Chen was among the authors of “Elevated Brain Natriuretic Peptide in a Patient with Metastatic Cancer Without Heart Failure: A Case Study,” published in Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners,” and a coauthor of “What Is DNP Science?” published in Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
Suzanne Courtwright, MS ’03, was among the authors of “Including Voices of Adolescents with Chronic Conditions in the Redesign of Children’s Mental Health Systems: Implications for Resource Allocation,” published in Journal of Pediatric Health Care.
Ruth Masterson Creber was among the authors of “Randomized Comparison of the Outcome of Single Versus Multiple Arterial Grafts Trial (ROMA): Women―A Trial Dedicated to Women to Improve Coronary Bypass Outcomes,” published in Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery.
Maureen George was among the authors of “Confirmatory Cross-Sectional Validation of the Asthma Impairment and Risk Questionnaire (AIRQ),” published in Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, In Practice.
Sarah Ghannoum was among the authors of “Assessment of Health-Care Workers’ Attitudes, Knowledge, and Skills in the Care of Critically Ill Muslim Children in New York,” published in Palliative and Supportive Care.
Tonda Hughes was among the authors of “Probable PTSD, PTSD Symptom Severity, and Comorbid PTSD and Hazardous Drinking Among Sexual Minority Women Compared to Heterosexual Women: A Meta-Analysis,” published in Clinical Psychology Review.
Kasey Jackman, PhD ’17, Tonda Hughes, and Walter Bockting were among the authors of “Prevalence of Substance Use and Mental Health Problems Among Transgender and Cisgender U.S. Adults: Results from a National Probability Sample,” published in Psychiatry Research.
Students Nia Josiah, MS ’23, Niarah Russell, Lauren DeVaughn, MS ’21, Nadège Dorcelly, Michelle Charles, MS ’21, Hakeem Shoola, MS ’23, and Michael Ballard, MS,’23, were among the authors of “Implicit Bias, Neuroscience, and Reproductive Health Amid Increasing Mortality Rates Among Black Birthing Women,” published in Nursing Open.
Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger was among the authors of “A Randomized Controlled Trial of an mHealth Intervention for Gay and Bisexual Men’s Mental, Behavioral, and Sexual Health in a High-Stigma, Low-Resource Context: Project Comunică Protocol,” published in Research Square.
Phoenix Matthews was among the authors of “Application of ADAPT-ITT: Adapting an Evidence-Based HIV/STI Mother-Daughter Prevention Intervention for Black Male Caregivers and Girls,” published in BMC Public Health.
Se Hee Min was among the authors of “Meta-Analysis of Variations in Association Between APOE ε4 and Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Across Hispanic Regions of Origin,” published in Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Se Hee Min, Jiyoun Song, PhD ’20, and Maxim Topaz were among the authors of “Home Healthcare Patients with Distinct Psychological, Cognitive, and Behavioral Symptom Profiles and At-Risk Subgroup for Hospitalization and Emergency Department Visits Using Latent Class Analysis,” published in Clinical Nursing Research.
Ubuwanage Perera, Andrew Dick, and Patricia Stone were among the authors of “Environmental and Structural Factors Driving Poor Quality of Care: An Examination of Nursing Homes Serving Black Residents,” published in Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.
Ilana Silverstein was among the authors of “’They Go Hand in Hand’: Perspectives on the Relationship Between the Core Values of Family Medicine and Abortion Provision Among Family Physicians Who Do Not Oppose Abortion,” published in Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine.
Jiyoun Song, PhD ’20, student Mollie Hobensack, Sarah Collins Rossetti, PhD ’09, Kenrick Cato PhD ’14, and Maxim Topaz were among the authors of “Predicting Emergency Department Visits and Hospitalizations for Patients with Heart Failure in Home Healthcare using a Time Series Risk Model,” published in Journal of the American Informatics Association (JAMIA).
Jiyoun Song, PhD ’20, Se Hee Min, student Mollie Hobensack, and Maxim Topaz were among the authors of “Uncovering Hidden Trends: Identifying Time Trajectories in Risk Factors Documented in Clinical Notes and Predicting Hospitalizations and Emergency Department Visits During Home Health Care,” published in Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA).
Jiyoun Song, PhD ’20, and Maxim Topaz were among the authors of “Identifying Type II Workplace Violence from Clinical Notes Using Natural Language Processing,” published in Workplace Health and Safety.
Patricia Stone and Andrew Dick were among the authors of “Changes in Nursing Home Use Following Medicaid-Supported Access to Home- and Community-Based Services for Older Adults with Dementia,” published in JAMA Network Open.
Meghan Reading Turchioe, PhD ’18, was among the authors of “Who Needs What (Features) When? Personalizing Engagement with Data-Driven Self-Management to Improve Health Equity,” published in Journal of Biomedical Informatics.
Meghan Reading Turchioe, PhD ’18, and Natalie Benda were among the authors of “Women’s Perspectives on the Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI)-Based Technologies in Mental Healthcare,” published in Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA) Open.
Meghan Reading Turchioe PhD ’18, student Brittany Taylor, and student Mollie Hobensack were among the authors of “Characterizing Atrial Fibrillation Symptom Improvement Following De Novo Catheter Ablation,” published in European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing.
Yihong Zhao was among the authors of “Epigenetic Implications of Neighborhood Disorder and Psychological Distress Among Pregnant Black Women,” published in Western Journal of Nursing Research.
Maryam Zolnoori and Maxim Topaz were among the authors of “Is the Patient Speaking or the Nurse? Automatic Speaker Type Identification in Patient-Nurse Audio Recordings,” published in Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA).
Maryam Zolnoori, Jiyoun Song PhD ’20, and Maxim Topaz were among the authors of “HomeADScreen: Developing Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia Risk Identification Model in Home Healthcare,” published in International Journal of Medical Informatics.
Gregory Alexander presented “Is Digital Aged and Community Care the Solution” at MedInfo 2023: The Future Is Accessible, held July 8-12, 2023, in Sydney.
Kellie Bryant presented “Implementing Simulation Programs to Address Health Inequities Within a Community” at the Seventh Annual Mount Sinai Tristate Regional Simulation Symposium, held virtually on June 2, 2023.
Amanda Hessels presented “Evolution and Examples of an Infection Prevention Program of Research with Tips and a Toolkit to Get Started” at the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) Miami-Dade County presentation, held virtually on July 18, 2023; “Impact of Patient Safety Climate on Infection Prevention and Healthcare Worker and Patient Outcomes: A Journal Critique” at the Hackensack Meridian Health New Knowledge & Innovation Meeting, held virtually on July 27, 2023; and “Novel Research: The Impact of Patient Safety Climate on Infection Prevention Practices and Healthcare Worker and Patient Outcomes” at the Healthcare Association of New York State Quality, Research, and Innovation Series, held virtually on July 27, 2023.
Nancy Reame was among the authors of “The New Science of Menses: Not Your Mother's Period” for the oral plenary presentation at the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research conference, “The Period Is Political,” held July 20-23, 2023, in Washington, DC.; and “Tampon Use as a Source of Toxic Metal Exposure: Results from NHANES 2001–2004” presented virtually at the annual meeting of the Society for Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiologic Research, held June 12-13, 2023, in Portland, Oregon, and at the US Department of Health and Human Services Office of Women’s Health Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Women’s Health Symposium, July 18-19, 2023.
An article co-authored by Gregory Alexander received the APEX Award for Publication Excellence in Editorial and Advocacy Writing on July 17, 2023. The article, “A Call to Address RN, Social Work, and Advance Practice Registered Nurses in Nursing Homes: Solutions from the Missouri Quality Initiative,” was published in the Journal of Nursing Care Quality.
Kellie Bryant was named Nurse of the Year for Community Service by the National Black Nurses Association at their 51st Annual Institute and Conference, held August 1-6, 2023, in Atlanta.
Ashley Graham-Perel was named Nurse Educator of the Year by the National Black Nurses Association and also received a 2023 Under 40 award at the group’s 51st Annual Institute and Conference, held August 1-6, 2023, in Atlanta.
Gregory Alexander, as co-chair of the Moving Forward Coalition, was interviewed on the “Elevate Eldercare” episode titled “Using Tech to Kickstart Person-Directed Care in LTC” on Pioneer Network’s Center for Innovation podcast on June 28, 2023.
Kellie Bryant was appointed associate director for the Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research Community Engagement Core Resource (CECR) team on July 1, 2023.