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November 2022 Publications, Presentations, Awards, Honors, and Other News

November 28, 2022

Publications

Gregory Alexander was among the authors of “Strategic Recommendations for Higher Quality Nursing Home Care in the United States: The NASEM Report,” published in Journal of Gerontological Nursing

Veronica Barcelona and Jacquelyn Taylor were among the authors of “Police Discrimination and Depressive Symptoms in African American Women: The Intergenerational Impact of Genetic and Psychological Factors on Blood Pressure (InterGEN) Study,” published in Health Equity, and “Stress Overload and DNA Methylation in African American Women in the Intergenerational Impact of Genetic and Psychological Factors on Blood Pressure Study,” published in Epigenetics Insights

Melissa Beauchemin, PhD ’19, was among the authors of “Oral Mercaptopurine Adherence in Pediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia: A Survey Study from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Consortium,” published in Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nursing

Natalie Benda and Ruth Masterson Creber were among the authors of “Developing Population Health Surveillance Using mHealth in Low-Resource Settings: Qualitative Assessment and Pilot Evaluation,” published in JMIR (Journal of Medical Internet Research) Formative Research

Walter Bockting and Maureen George were among the authors of “Childbearing at the Margins: A Systematic Metasynthesis of Sexual and Gender Diverse Childbearing Experiences,” published in Birth

Elizabeth Corwin was among the authors of “Correction: Maternal Genitourinary Infections and Poor Nutritional Status Increase Risk of Preterm Birth in Gasabo District, Rwanda: A Prospective, Longitudinal, Cohort Study,” published in BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth

Ruth Masterson Creber was among the authors of “Enhancing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Education Through Game-Based Augmented Reality Face Filters,” published in Resuscitation; and “Time to Tune In,” published in Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing

Stephen Ferrara and Adriana Arcia were among the authors of “Telehealth After Stroke Care Pilot Randomized Trial of Home Blood Pressure Telemonitoring in an Underserved Setting,” published in Stroke

Elaine Larson was among the authors of “Surveillance for Acute Respiratory Illnesses in Pediatric Chronic Care Facilities,” published in Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society

Jianfang Liu and Kasey Jackman, PhD ’17, were among the authors of “Stigma Towards Patients with Mental Illness: An Online Survey of United States Nurses,” published in International Journal of Mental Health Nursing

Jacquelyn Taylor was among the authors of “Associations Between DNA Methylation Age Acceleration, Depressive Symptoms, and Cardiometabolic Traits in African American Mothers from the InterGEN study,” published in Epigenetic Insights, and “Sex-Dimorphic Gene Effects on Survival Outcomes in People with Coronary Artery Disease,” published in American Heart Journal Plus: Cardiology Research and Practice.  

Maxim Topaz, Jiyoun Song, PhD ’20, and Jacquelyn Taylor were among the authors of “Home Healthcare Clinicians Use Judgment Language More Frequently for Black and Hispanic Patients: A Natural Language Processing Study,” in a pre-print version published online in JMIR Nursing

Meghan Reading Turchioe, PhD ’18, and Ruth Masterson Creber were among the authors of “Detecting Early Physiologic Changes Through Cardiac Implantable Electronic Device Data Among Patients with COVID-19,” published in Cardiovascular Digital Health Journal.    

Mariah Xu was among the authors of “Social Cognitive Mechanisms Between Psychological Maltreatment and Adolescent Suicide Ideation: Race/Ethnicity and Gender as Moderators,” published in Psychology of Violence.  

Presentations 

Melissa Beauchemin, PhD ’19, presented “Elevating Patient Experiences for Actionable Policy Change” at the Patient Insight Congress held November 2‒4, 2022, in Washington, D.C. 

Kellie Bryant presented at the Nursing Leadership Panel on “Delivery of Humanistic Community-Based and Community Responsive Care” at the Gold Foundation Planetree Conference held October 31‒November 2, 2022, in Baltimore, Maryland. 

Leon Chen will present “Mind the Gaps: Building Communication Bridges During Medical Codes” at the Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Congress to be held January 21‒24, 2023, in San Francisco. 

Sabrina Opiola McCauley, DNP ’10, presented “Dazed and Confused: The Effects of Cannabis on the Adolescent” at the Nurse Practitioner Association New York State 38th Annual Conference held October 12‒16, 2022, in Saratoga Springs, New York. 

Nancy Reame presented “A Sex-Based Analysis to Address the Question: Do Reproductive Hormones Associate with Cognitive Performance in Older People Living with HIV?” at the North American Menopause Meetings, held October 12‒15, 2022, in Atlanta. 

Awards/Honors 

Gregory Alexander received the Harriet Werley Award for Best Paper by the American Medical Informatics Association. 

Jean-Marie Bruzzese is the recipient of an R33 grant award from the National Health, Lung, and Blood Insititute of the National Institutes of Health for her study titled, “The Efficacy of CAMP Air, a Web-Based Asthma Intervention, Among Urban Adolescents with Uncontrolled Asthma.” The four-year study is funded for $3,165,885. 

Ruth Masterson Creber received the Protégé Award from the Friends of the National Institute of Nursing Research (FNINR). She was also selected to receive the Research Article of the Year Award from the American Heart Association’s Council on Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing (CVSN). 

Maureen George was appointed to a term as a permanent member of the Interdisciplinary Clinical Care in Specialty Care Settings (ICSC) Study Section by the National Institutes of Health. 

Judy Honig, DNP ’05 and Susan Doyle-Lindrud, DNP ’08, are the recipients of an E01 grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for their program titled, “Nurse Faculty Loan Program.” This program is funded for $90,211. 

Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger is the recipient of an R01 grant award from the National Institute of Mental Health of the National Institutes of Health for her study titled, “Building Mobile HIV Prevention and Mental Health Support in Low-Resource Settings.” This study is funded for $768,346. 

Lusine Poghosyan is the recipient of an R21 grant award from the National Institute on Aging (NIH-NIA) of the National Institutes of Health for her study titled, “Home Based Primary Care for Persons Living with Dementia: Nurse Practitioner Teams and Outcomes.” This two-year study is funded for $474,360. 

Rebecca Schnall, PhD ’09, is the recipient of an R01 grant award from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of the National Institutes of Health for her study titled, “Examining Social, Ecological, and Network Factors to Assess Epidemiological Risk in a Large National Cohort of Cisgender Women.” The five-year study is funded for $15,149,718.