October 2022 Publications, Presentations, Awards, Honors, and Other News
Melissa Beauchemin, PhD '19, was among the authors of “Creating and Adapting an Infection Management Care Pathway in Pediatric Oncology,” published in Support Care in Cancer.
Donald Boyd, PhD '17, was co-author of “CRNA Engagement During the COVID-19 Crisis: Optimization of Resource Management, Organizational Climate, and Contributions to Care,” published in AANA Journal.
Jean-Marie Bruzzese was among the authors of “The Effects of the Historical Practice of Residential Redlining in the United States on Recent Temporal Trends of Air Pollution near New York City Schools,” published in Environment International.
Student Sophie Gloeckler was among the authors of “An Ethical Framework for Incorporating Digital Technology into Advance Directives: Promoting Informed Advance Decision Making in Healthcare,” published in Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine.
PhD student Jung Kang, Ashley Chastain, and Jingjing Shang were among the authors of “Measuring Palliative Care‒Related Knowledge, Attitudes, and Confidence in Home Health Care Clinicians, Patients, and Caregivers: A Systematic Review,” published in Journal of Palliative Medicine.
Allison Norful, PhD '17, was co-author of “A Peripandemic Examination of Health Care Worker Burnout and Implications for Clinical Practice, Education, and Research,” published in JAMA Network Open.
Student Sarah Zollweg was among the authors of “Corrigendum to ‘Impact of the Policy Environment on Substance Use Among Sexual Minority Women,’” published in Drug and Alcohol Dependence Reports.
Melissa Beauchemin, PhD '19, presented “Optimizing the Implementation of Systematic Financial Screening” at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Quality Care Symposium, held September 30‒October 1, 2022, in Chicago, Illinois. She also presented “Integrating Financial Hardship Screening and Service Delivery into Cancer Care” at a virtual conference held through the National Cancer Institute Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences.
Ashley Graham-Perel presented “’You Have No Business Being This Good’: African-American Nurse Leader Bernardine Lacey Remembers, 1960s” at the American Association for the History of Nursing 39th Annual Conference, held September 15‒17, 2022, in Lexington, Kentucky.
PhD student Jung Kang presented “The Impact of Nursing Home Infection Preventionists’ Education and Training on Resident COVID 19 Deaths” and “The Impact of Nursing Home Infection Preventionists’ Education and Training on Resident COVID 19 Deaths” at Columbia University School of Nursing Scholars’ Day held in New York, New York. Kang also presented “A Comparison of Conceptual Frameworks to Examine Structural Inequities in End-of-Life Care” at the 2022 Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science (CANS) Conference, held October 27‒29, 2022, in Washington, DC. Lastly, Kang presented “Nursing Home Infection Preventionists and COVID 19 Deaths” at the 2022 American Academy of Nursing Health Policy Conference, held October 27‒29, 2022, in Washington, DC.
Ariana Komaroff, MS '04, presented “How to Reconcile Intentions to Breastfeed and Early Formula Use” at the Nurse Practitioner Association of New York State 38th Annual Conference, held October 13‒16, 2022, in Saratoga Springs, New York.
Jingjing Shang presented “Development and Testing of the Palliative Care-Related Knowledge, Attitudes, and Confidence in Home Health Care Questionnaires” at the 7th Public Health Palliative Care International Conference, held September 20‒23, 2022, in Bruges, Belgium.
Awards and Honors
Melissa Beauchemin, PhD '19, is the recipient of a KL2 award for her study titled, “Characterizing and Addressing Financial Toxicity in Adolescents and Young Adults (AYAs) with Cancer.”
Lauren Bochicchio is the recipient of an F32 award funded by the National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIH- NIAAA), for her study titled, “Understanding the Individual and Combined Impact of Childhood Sexual Abuse and Minority Stress on Hazardous Drinking Among Sexual Minority Women: Is Emotion Dysregulation a Key Factor?” The three-year study is funded for over $218,000.
Donald Boyd, PhD '17, received the Novice Faculty Excellence in Didactic Teaching Award from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.
Leon Chen was named a fellow of the American College of Critical Care Medicine.
Student Kylie Dougherty is the recipient of a F31 grant from the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) for her study titled, “Leveraging Informatics to Enhance the Obstetrics Emergency Supply Chain in Amhara, Ethiopia.” This two-year study is funded for $76,000.
Kasey Jackman, PhD '17, is the recipient of an inaugural pilot grant funded by the Center for Sexual and Gender Minority Health Research (CSGMHR) at Columbia for his study titled, “Feasibility of Measurement and Initial Exploration of the Role of Interception in Suicide Risk Among Transgender and Gender Diverse People.” This one-year study is funded for $14,960.
PhD student Jung Kang is the recipient of an F31 award from the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) for her study, “Health Disparities in Timely Goals of Care Discussions and Hospitalizations Due to Infections in Nursing Home Residents.” This two-year study is funded for over $90,000.
Maxim Topaz was named a standing member of the Clinical Informatics and Digital Health Study Section (CIDH) of the National Institutes of Health.
Meghan Turchioe, PhD '18, is the recipient of an R00 award funded for $732,338 for her study titled, “Data-Driven Shared Decision-Making to Reduce Symptom Burden in Atrial Fibrillation.”
Nancy Reame served as a scientific screener for the Kavli Science Journalism Awards sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Additionally, she joined the Global Advisory Board for Organon, Inc., for a three-year term. Lastly, Reame spoke before the Nurse Practitioners’ Advisory Board of Astellas Pharmaceuticals Corporation on “Symptom Management Needs for the Perimenopause Woman,” held in Houston, Texas.