Kasey B. Jackman, PhD, MPhil, MS, BS, BA, PMHNP-BC

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Kasey B. Jackman, PhD, RN, PMHNP-BC is a board-certified psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner who specializes in treating children, adolescents, and young adults. Jackman uses a holistic approach which includes diagnosis and treatment of mental health conditions, psychotherapy, psychoeducation, and prescribing medications. Jackman has a broad range of experience in various practice settings including outpatient clinics and inpatient hospitals.

Jackman earned a PhD from Columbia University School of Nursing. Jackman’s program of research focuses on prevention and treatment of mental health disparities among sexual and gender minority people. Jackman’s dissertation examining nonsuicidal self-injury among transgender people was awarded the Dissertation Excellence Award by the Columbia University School of Nursing. Jackman’s research has been published in various peer-reviewed journals including the Journal of Counseling Psychology, Psychiatry Research, the Journal of Clinical Nursing, and LGBT Health. Jackman has presented work at regional, national, and international conferences.

Jackman is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at the Columbia University School of Nursing and the Director of Academic-Practice Partnerships, which includes overseeing a research fellowship program for clinical nurses in the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital system. Jackman is jointly appointed as a Nurse Researcher at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and consults and collaborates on nursing research in the hospital setting. Jackman is a faculty member of the Program for the Study of LGBT Health, a partnership between the Columbia School of Nursing, the New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia Psychiatry.

Academic Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Nursing at CUMC

Hospital Affiliations

  • NewYork-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center


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Credentials & Experience

Education & Training

  • PhD, Nursing Science, Columbia University School of Nursing
  • MS, Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing, Columbia University School of Nursing
  • BS, Nursing, Columbia University School of Nursing
  • BA, Sociology, Yale University
  • Fellowship: NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Committees, Societies, Councils

Co-Founder and Co-Leader of the LGBTQIA Health and Health Disparities Research Interest Group of the Eastern Nursing Research Society

Honors & Awards

Dissertation Excellence Award, 2018, Columbia University School of Nursing


Research Interests

  • Children, adolescents, and young adults
  • LGBT health and health disparities
  • Mental Health
  • Suicide and nonsuicidal self-injury
  • Transgender health

Selected Publications

Selected publications:

Kidd, J.D., Jackman, K. , Barucco, R., Dworkin, J.D., Dolezal, C., Navalta, T.V., Belloir, J. & Bockting, W.O. (2021). Understanding the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Mental Health of Transgender and Gender Nonbinary Individuals Engaged in a Longitudinal Cohort Study. Journal of Homosexuality. Epub ahead of print.

Jackman, K., Kreuze, E., Caceres, B., Schnall, R. (2020) Bullying and Peer Victimization of Minority Youth: Intersections of Sexual Identity and Race/Ethnicity. Journal of School Health, 90, 368-377.

Bosse, J., Jackman, K., Hughes, T.L. (2020) NINR Funding Dedicated to Sexual and Gender Minority Health: 1987-2018. Nursing Outlook, 68, 293-300.


Jackman, K., Caceres, B., Kreuze, E., Bockting. W. (2019) Suicidality among Gender Minority Youth: Analysis of 2017 YRBS Data. Archives of Suicide Research. Published online: Oct. 23 2019.

Jackman, K., Bosse, J., Eliason, M., Hughes, T. (2019) Sexual and Gender Minority Health Research in Nursing. Nursing Outlook, 67,21-38.

Jackman, K.,Dolezal, C., Levin, B., Honig, J., Bockting, W. (2018) Stigma, Gender Dysphoria, and Nonsuicidal Self-Injury in a Community Sample of Transgender Individuals.Psychiatry Research,269: 602-609.

Jackman, K., Edgar, B., Ling, A., Honig, J., Bockting, W. (2018) Experiences of Transmasculine Spectrum People who Report Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: A Qualitative Investigation.Journal of Counseling Psychology, 65: 586-597.

Kidd, J.,Jackman, K., Wolff, M., Veldhuis, C., Hughes, T. (2018) Risk and Protective Factors for Substance Use among Sexual and Gender Minority Youth: A Scoping Review.Current Addiction Reports, 3: e442-417.

Bosse, J., Leblanc, R.G.,Jackman, K., Bjarnadottir, R. (2018) Benefits of Implementing and Improving Collection of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data in Electronic Health Records.Computers, informatics, nursing: CIN, 36: 267-274.

Jackman, K., Dolezal, C., & Bockting, W. (2018). Generational Differences in Internalized Transnegativity and Psychological Distress Among Feminine Spectrum Transgender People.LGBT Health, 5: 54-60.

Jackman, K., Honig, J. and Bockting, W. (2016). Nonsuicidal Self-injury among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Populations: An Integrative Review.Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25: 3438-3453.