June 2023 Publications, Presentations, Awards, and Other News
Lauren Bochicchio, Mariah Xu, and Tonda Hughes were among the authors of “Mental Health and Substance Use Among Sexual Minority Women Who Report Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Systematic Literature Review,” published in Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy.
Billy Caceres was among the authors of “Sexual Minority Status Disparities in Life’s Essential 8 and Life’s Simple 7 Cardiovascular Health Scores: A French Nationwide Population-Based Study,” published in Journal of the American Heart Association.
Evette Cordoba and Rebecca Schnall, PhD ’09, were among the authors of “A Cross-Sectional Study of Perceived Stress and Racial Discrimination Among a National Sample of Young Men Who Have Sex with Men,” published in Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.
Elizabeth Corwin was among the authors of “Corrigendum: Joint Effects of Individual Socioeconomic Status and Residential Neighborhood Context on Vaginal Microbiome Composition,” published in Frontiers in Public Health.
Jianfang Liu, Kristine Kulage, and Lusine Poghosyan were among the authors of “Using Machine-Learning Methods to Predict In-Hospital Mortality Through the Elixhauser Index: A Medicare Data Analysis,” published in Research in Nursing and Health.
Student Shazia Mitha, MS ’18, student Mollie Hobensack, Kenrick Cato, PhD ’14, Arlene Smaldone, PhD ’03, and Maxim Topaz were among the authors of “Natural Language Processing of Nursing Notes: An Integrative Review,” published in Computers, Informatics, Nursing.
Stephanie Niño de Rivera, Meghan Reading Turchioe, PhD ’18, Annie Myers, Natalie Benda, and Ruth Masterson Creber were among the authors of “Perceptions of Patient-Reported Outcome Data Access and Sharing Among Patients with Heart Failure: Ethical Implications for Research,” published in European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing.
Lusine Poghosyan was among the authors of “The Relationship Between Nurse Burnout, Missed Nursing Care, and Care Quality Following COVID-19 Pandemic,” published in Journal of Clinical Nursing.
Rebecca Schnall, PhD ’09, was among the authors of “A Review of Serious Gaming as an Intervention for HIV Prevention,” published in Current HIV/AIDS Reports.
Arlene Smaldone, PhD ’03, was among the authors of “Improving Quality of Life and Self-Care for Patients on Hemodialysis Using Cognitive Behavioral Strategies: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial,” published in PLoS One.
Student Katherine South, Arlene Smaldone, PhD ’03, student Leanna Wei, MS ’21, and Maureen George were among the authors of “Parent and Adolescent Perceptions of Cystic Fibrosis Management Responsibility: A Mixed-Methods Study,” published in Pediatric Pulmonology.
Jacquelyn Taylor, Veronica Barcelona, Alexandria Jones-Patten, and Laura Prescott were among the authors of “A Roadmap for Social Determinants of Health and Biological Nursing Research in the NINR 2022‒2026 Strategic Plan: Optimizing Health and Advancing Health Equity Using Anti-Racist Framing,” published in Nursing Outlook.
Melissa Beauchemin, PhD ’19, presented “Fertility and Reproductive Resources for Adolescents and Young Adults Treated in the Community Setting: 2022 NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) Landscape Assessment Results” and “Implementing Screening for Social Determinants of Health Among AYAs with Cancer” at the Fifth Annual Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Congress, held June 21-22, 2023, in Long Beach, California.
Student Justinna Dixon presented “Methodology of a Social Network Survey of Teams in Patient-Centered Medical Homes” at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, held June 24-27, 2023, in Seattle.
Kathleen Flandrick presented "Interdisciplinary Primary Care Team Configurations as Social Networks" and "Nurse Practitioner Care Environments in Primary Care Practices and Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Hospitalization Among Medicare Beneficiaries with Coronary Heart Disease" at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, held June 24-27, 2023, in Seattle.
Amanda Hessels presented “Impact of Patient Safety Climate on Infection Prevention Practices and Healthcare Worker and Patient Outcomes” at the annual Hackensack Meridian Health Research Institute Research Symposium 2023, held virtually on June 1, 2023.
Supakorn Kueakomoldej, PhD ’23, presented “Improving the Recruitment and Retention of Nurse Practitioners in Underserved Areas: A Scoping Review” at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, held June 24-27, 2023, in Seattle.
Allison Norful, PhD’17, was a featured speaker at the “More Than Documentation Burden Creating Burnout: What Systems Must Do to Achieve Safe, Efficient Patient Care Using Technology” policy dialogue presented at the American Academy of Nursing’s Virtual Policy Debrief Panel on April 27, 2023; and presented “Evidence About the Trends and Strategies to Promote Clinician Well-being" at the 2023 Philippine Nurses Association of New York Spring Conference: STRIDE for Nursing Excellence in the Post Pandemic Era, held April 29, 2023, in New York City.
Nancy Reame presented “Not Your Grandmother’s Surrogacy: Looking Back to Better Move Forward,” as part of a panel on the 2021 New York law allowing commercial gestational surrogacy at “Conception and Its Discontents,” a conference hosted by the Motherhood and Technology Working Group at the Center for the Study of Social Difference at Columbia University, held May 8-9, 2023, at the Heyman Center for the Humanities.
Meghan Reading Turchioe, PhD ’18, and Maxim Topaz presented as part of “Demystifying and Embracing Artificial Intelligence” at the HIMSS Spring 2023 Nursing Symposium, held May 4, 2023, in New York City.
Eleanor Turi, PhD ’23, presented “The Association Between Nurse Practitioner Work Environments and Emergency Department Utilization Among Rural Medicare Beneficiaries with Drug Use Disorders” at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, held June 24-27, 2023, in Seattle.
Veronica Barcelona received the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing Dean’s Award: Outstanding Nurse Researcher, given to distinguished alumni, on June 3, 2023.
Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger was appointed a standing member of the Population and Public Health Approaches to HIV/AIDS Study Section of the National Institutes of Health starting July 1, 2023.
Eleanor Turi, PhD ’23, successfully defended her dissertation, “Enhancing the Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Workforce to Care for Patients with Drug Use Disorders in Rural Areas,” on May 31, 2023.