Laurel e. Radwin, Ph. D., R. N. Va medical Center



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LAUREL E. RADWIN, Ph.D., R.N.

VA Medical Center

718 Smyth Road, Manchester, NH 03104

Office: 603-624-4366 x6818 FAX: 603-629-3265

Email: laurel.radwin@va.gov

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

M.S., Clinical Specialist Adult Acute Care Track, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

B.S.N., Northeastern University, Boston, MA

Associate Degree, Santa Monica College, Santa Monica, CA

CAREER HISTORY

2012 to Present NURSE RESEARCHER, Clinical Affairs and Research Service, Manchester VAMC, Manchester, NH.


2013 to Present AFFILIATE INVESTIGATOR, CHOIR (Center for Healthcare Organization and Implementation Research), Boston and Bedford, MA VAMCs
2013 to Present ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth College.
2011 to 2012 IRB EDITOR, Department of Research and Academic Affairs, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA.
2010 to 2014 RESEARCH SPECIALIST, Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.
2010 to 2012 RESEARCH HEALTH SCIENCE SPECIALIST (WOC), Research Service, Manchester VAMC, Manchester, NH.
2010 to 2014 CONSULTANT, Psychometric Properties of the Trust in Nurses Scale –

Turkish Version. (Consultant to Dr. Yucel).


2006 to 2010 YVONNE L. MUNN NURSE RESEARCHER, Yvonne L. Munn Center for Nursing Research, Institute for Patient Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.
2005 to 2006 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (with tenure), Department of Nursing, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts Boston.
1999 to 2005 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Department of Nursing, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts Boston.
1994 to 1999 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Department of Nursing, College of Health Professions, University of Massachusetts Lowell.
1985 to 1989 LECTURER, College of Nursing, University of Massachusetts Boston.
1985 to 1989 CLINICAL NURSE (per diem), Cardiac Step Down Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA.
1980 to 1984 UNIT TEACHER, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA.
1978 to 1979 REGISTERED NURSE II, Intensive Care Unit, Santa Monica Hospital Medical Center, Santa Monica, CA.
1976 to 1977 CLINICAL NURSE I, Neurology Service, UCLA/Neuropsychiatric Institute, Los Angeles, CA.


AWARDS, HONORS, APPOINTMENTS, CERTIFICATIONS


AWARDS FOR RESEARCH, TEACHING, AND PRACTICE
Best Poster for "Effects of Patient-Centered Oncology Care on Desired Patient Outcomes," American Psychosocial Oncology Society 2008 Annual Meeting, Irvine, CA with Gail Wilkes and Howard Cabral.
Designated as an “Emerging Nursing Star in Health Disparities Research” by the Howard University Division of Nursing, 2004.
Nurse Scientist Trainee. One of thirty nurses selected nationwide via refereed review to participate in four day research training course co-sponsored by the National Institute for Nursing Research and the Clinical Center Nursing Department. July 1998. Additional supported provided by a Joseph P. Healy Endowment Research Grant.
Excellence in Nursing Research Award, Sigma Theta Tau International-Theta Alpha Chapter, 2002.
Excellence in Nursing Education Award, District V-Massachusetts Nurses Association, 1995.
Commendation for Excellence in Teaching awarded by the UMB College of Nursing, 1989.
The Research Award, Sigma Theta Tau International-Theta Alpha Chapter, 1986.
Excellence in Nursing Practice Award, District V-Massachusetts Nurses' Association, 1986

AWARDS FOR GRADUATE STUDIES


Margaret Anderson Memorial Scholarship from Sigma Theta Tau-Theta Alpha Chapter for doctoral studies.
Mary B. Conceison Scholarship Award from the Massachusetts/Rhode Island League for Nursing for doctoral studies.
Boston College University Fellowship for master’s and doctoral studies.
Nurses' Educational Funds Award for master’s and doctoral studies.
Massachusetts Nurses' Foundation Award for master's studies.
OTHER HONORS AND AWARDS

Award from the Boston Oncology Nursing Society to attend and present at the 11th National Conference on Cancer Nursing Research, 2010.


Small Grant Award from the University of Massachusetts Boston College of Nursing for Presentation and Attendance at the Oncology Nursing Society Congress, 2001.
Research Scholar, Center for Health Promotion, College of Health Professions, UML, 1995 - 1999.
Award from the University of Massachusetts Lowell Task Force on Faculty Development for Presentation/Attendance at the Eastern Nursing Research Society 10th Scientific Sessions 1996, 1998.
Award from the Massachusetts Conference Group on the Classification of Nursing Diagnoses for presentation at the Eighth North American Nursing Diagnosis Association Conference, 1988.
Sigma Theta Tau, International Honor Society of Nursing, 1980 to present.
APPOINTMENTS
Steering Committee, National Quality Forum, Prioritizing Measure Gaps: Person-Centered Care and Outcomes, 2013 to 2014.
Nursing Research Roundtable, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), participated as a patient-centered care expert, 2014.
Associate Member, Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center: Cancer Nursing Research Program, Cancer Disparities Program, Boston, MA 2005 to 2010.
Associate Clinical Scientist, the Phyllis F. Cantor Center, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA, 2004 to 2010.
Staff Privileges, Nursing Department, Boston Medical Center, Boston, MA, 2004.

CERTIFICATION

1998 to 2003 Certified Medical-Surgical Clinical Nurse SPECIALIST,

1988 to 1993 American Nurses Association
RESEARCH
RESEARCH FUNDING AWARDED VIA COMPETITIVE PEER REVIEW PROCESS
Principal Investigator. “Secondary Analysis Study of Selected Data from the “Organizational Factors in Medicine” Study.” Original study funded by Health Services Research and Development, VHA. Dr. Joseph Restuccia and Dr. Peter Kaboli, Co-PI’S. 2009-2014.
CO-INVESTIGATOR, "Implementing a Home Safety Toolkit for Veterans with Dementia.” Funded by Health Services Research and Development, VHA. Dr. Kathy Horvath, PI. 2013 to 2016.
AWARDEE. VISN1 Research Enhancement Funds Award, VHA. 2012-2015.

The purpose of the Research Enhancement Fund Award is to expand and energize the medical center’s and the VISN’s capacities to pursue important VA research goals. The Manchester VAMC Research Service was awarded these funds to support Dr. Radwin, who is an accomplished researcher with a strong funding and publication record. With these funds, Dr. Radwin is supported for three years as a Nurse Researcher with responsibilities as a PI and as a resource for evidence-based practice.


CO-PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR, "Individualized Care Project/International Cancer Patient Study: Individualized Care in Five Countries (Cyprus, Finland, Greece, Sweden, USA)." Funded by the Research Foundation for Nursing Education (Finland) and Finland's Health Care District of Forrsa to Dr. R. Suhonen (Co-PI/PD). 2011-Present.
CO-PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR, “Effect of a Patient/Family Centered Intervention on ICU Resources and Quality.” Funding awarded from the Massachusetts General Hospital Office of Quality and Safety and Partners High Performance Medicine Team 5. Paul Currier, MD, MPH, Co-Principal Investigator. 2009-2014.
CO-PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR, “Hospital Readmissions, Patient-Centered Nursing Care, and Cancer Disparities.” Funding awarded through a Cancer Center Support Grant (Dr. Edward Benz, PI; P30 CA 06516-43). Sanja Percac-Lima, MD, Ph.D., Co-Principal Investigator. 2009-2010.
MENTOR, “Impact of EGFR Inhibitor Induced Rash on Oncology Patients Health Related Quality of Life.” Yvonne L. Munn Nursing Research Award, Department of Nursing, Massachusetts General Hospital. Tracey Lafferty, RN, NP, and Michelle Knowles, RN, NP, Co-Principal Investigators. 2009-2010.

RESEARCH FUNDING AWARDED VIA COMPETITIVE PEER REVIEW PROCESS (continued)


Principal Investigator. Testing the Quality Health Outcomes Model in Cancer Care.” 2001-2007. Funded by the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, Public Health Service, Department of Health and Human Services. K08 HS 11625.
CO-INVESTIGATOR. “How Elderly Home Care Clients Describe Excellent Nursing Care.” Kristine Alster, Principal Investigator. 2001 to 2003. Funded by a Sigma Theta Tau – Theta Alpha Chapter Research Award to Dr. Alster and a University of Massachusetts Boston College of Nursing Small Grant Award to Dr. Alster.
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR. "Quality of Oncology Nursing Care: Instrument and Proposal for NIH Funding," 2000 - 2001. Funded by a Healey Grant, University of Massachusetts Boston.
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR. "Oncology Patients' Perceptions of the Quality of Nursing Care Scale (OPPQNCS): Expert Panel Content Validity Assessment and Pilot Testing for Reliability," 1999 - 2000. Funded by a Sigma Theta Tau - Eta Omega Chapter Research Award.
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR. "Development of the Oncology Patients' Perceptions of the Quality of Nursing Care Scale: Item Development and Initial Content Validity Assessment," 1998 - 1999. Funded by a University of Massachusetts Lowell Research Foundation In-House Grant.
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR. "Patients' Perceptions of Individualized Nursing Care," 1996 -1998, Funded by a Sigma Theta Tau - Alpha Chi Chapter Clinical Research Fund Grant and a University of Massachusetts Lowell Faculty Development Grant.
PRINCIPAL Investigator. "Patients' Perceptions of 'Knowing the Patient': A Pilot Study." 1995-1996. Funded by a Research Grant from Sigma Theta Tau-Theta Alpha Chapter.
PRINCIPAL Investigator. "Knowing the Patient: An Empirically Generated Process Model for Individualized Interventions." Boston College, Dissertation Research Study. 1989 - 1993. Funded by a National Research Service Award (5 F31 NR06444), National Institute for Nursing Research, National Institutes of Health.
PUBLICATIONS (* refereed review process, d data-based)
JOURNAL ARTICLES

*d Radwin, L., Cabral, H., Woodworth, T. (2013) Effects of race and language on patient-centered cancer nursing care and patient outcomes. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 24, 619-632. PMID: 23728032.
* Radwin, L., Ananian, L., Cabral, H., Keeley, A., & Currier, P. (2011). The effects of a patient- and family-centered practice change on the quality and cost of intensive care: A protocol. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 67, 215-224. PMID: 21077929.
*Radwin, L., Cabral, H., Chen, L., & Jennings, B. (2010). A protocol for capturing daily variability in nursing care. Nursing Economic$, 28, 95-105. PMID: 20446380.
* d Radwin, L. & Cabral, H. (2010). Trust in Nurses Scale: Construct validity and internal reliability evaluation. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 66, 683-689. PMID: 20423403.
* d Radwin, L., Cabral, H., & Wilkes, G. (2009). Relationships between patient-centered cancer nursing interventions and desired health outcomes in the context of the health care system. Research in Nursing & Health. 32, 4-17. Highlighted in the July 2009 issue of Research Activities published by the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, US Public Health Service. PMID: 18814304.

PUBLICATIONS (* refereed review process, d data-based) (continued)


* d Suhonen, R., Schmidt, L. & Radwin, L. (2007). Measuring individualized nursing care: Assessment of reliability and validity of three scales. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 59, 77-85. PMID: 17537199.
* d Radwin, L., Fahrquar, S., Knowles, M., & Virchick, B. (2005). Cancer patients’ descriptions of their nursing care. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 50,162–169. PMID: 15788080.
*d Radwin, L., Washko, M., Suchy, K., & Tyman, K. (2005). Development and pilot psychometric testing of four desired health outcome scales: Fortitude, Trust in Nurses, Cancer Patient Optimism, and Authentic Self-Representation. Oncology Nursing Forum, 32, 92-96. PMID: 15660147.
*Alster, K., & Radwin, L. (2004). The deserved care framework for evaluating health care quality. Home Healthcare Management and Practice, 16, 332-338.
* d Radwin, L. (2003). Cancer patient demographic characteristics and ratings of patient-centered nursing care. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 35, 365-370. Summarized in the April 2004 issue of Research Activities published by the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, US Public Health Service. PMID: 14735680.
* d Radwin, L., Alster, K., & Rubin, K. (2003). The development and testing of the Oncology Patients’ Perceptions of the Quality of Nursing Care Scale (OPPQNCS). Oncology Nursing Forum, 30, 283-290. Summarized in the July 2003 issue of Research Activities published by the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, US Public Health Service. PMID: 12692662.
* Radwin, L., & Fawcett, J. (2002). A conceptual model-based program of nursing research: Retrospective and prospective applications. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 40, 355-360. Summarized in the December 2002 issue of Research Activities published by the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, US Public Health Service. PMID:12383187.
* Radwin, L. (2002). Refining the Quality Health Outcomes Model: Differentiating between client trait and state characteristics. Nursing Outlook, 50, 168-169. Summarized in the March 2003 issue of Research Activities published by the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, US Public Health Service. PMID: 12189354.
* d Radwin, L., & Alster, K. (2002). Individualized nursing care: An empirically generated definition. International Nursing Review, 49, 54-63. PMID: 11928937.
* d Radwin, L. (2000). Oncology patients' perceptions of quality nursing care. Research in Nursing & Health, 23, 179-190. Reviewed by Bouthillette, F. (2001). “Patients with cancer described 8 attributes of high quality nursing care that contributed to a sense of wellbeing and increased fortitude.” Evidence-Based Nursing, 4, 30. PMID: 10871533.
* d Radwin, L., & Alster, K. (1999). Outcomes of perceived quality nursing care reported by oncology patients. Scholarly Inquiry for Nursing Practice: An International Journal, 13, 327-343. Reviewed by Mahrenholz, D. M. (1999). Response to “Outcomes of perceived quality nursing care reported by oncology patients.” Scholarly Inquiry for Nursing Practice: An International Journal, 13, 345-347. PMID: 10731849.
* d Radwin, L. (1998). Empirically generated attributes of experience in nursing. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 27, 590-595. PMID: 9543046.
*Radwin, L. (1996). "Knowing the patient": A review of research on an emerging concept. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 23, 1142-11. PMID: 8796461.

PUBLICATIONS (* refereed review process, d data-based) (continued)


* d Radwin, L. (1995). Knowing the patient: A process model for individualized interventions. Nursing Research, 44, 364-370. PMID: 7501491.
*Radwin, L. (1995). Conceptualizations of decision-making in nursing: Analytic models and "knowing the patient". Nursing Diagnosis, 6, 16-22. PMID: 7888239.
*Radwin, L. (1990). Research on diagnostic reasoning in nursing. Nursing Diagnosis, 1, 70-77. PMID: 2192752 .
*Radwin, L. (1990). The clinical nurse specialist in the faculty role. Clinical Nurse Specialist, 4, 115-118. PMID: 2364347 .
*Radwin, L. (1987). Autonomous nursing interventions for treating the patient in acute pain: A standard. Heart and Lung, 16, 258-265. PMID: 3553084.
COMMENTARIES, ABSTRACTS, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

* d Radwin, L., Cabral, H., & Jennings,B.M. (2013). Care Coordination Across Multiple VAMC Settings: Concepts and Measurement. Oncology Nursing Forum, 40, 398.
* d Radwin, L., Cabral, H., & Donelan, K. (2011). The Effects of Cancer Patients' Race and Language on Patient-Centered Care and Patient Outcomes,” Oncology Nursing Forum

On-Line. DOI: 10.1188/11.ONF.E181-E190. Posted February 28, 2011


Radwin, L. (2009). Commentary on “Cancer-related decision aids improve patient knowledge overall and reduce anxiety in screening settings.” Evidence-Based Nursing, 12, 108.
* d Radwin, L., Wilkes, G., & Cabral, H. (2008). Effects of Patient-Centered Oncology Care on Desired Patient Outcomes. [Abstract]. Psycho-Oncology, 17 (Supplement), S53.
Radwin, L. (2007). Letter about “Understanding and Measuring Patient Assessments of the Quality of Nursing Care”, [Letter to the editor]. Nursing Research On-Line, http://www.nursing-research-editor.com/documents/lte.php
Radwin, L., & Mallory, G. (2007). “Watch for the Implementation of the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System.” http://onsopcontent.ons.org/Publications/SIGNewsletters.html
* d Radwin, L., Wilkes, G., Curtin, L., Hackel, M., Saba, C., Garvey, J., Schrantz, A. (2007). Cancer patients’ trust in oncology nursing care [Abstract]. Oncology Nursing Forum, 34, 237.
Radwin, L. (2006). Commentary on “Why do patients and families request transfers
to tertiary care? A qualitative study.” Evidence Based Nursing, 9, 93.
* d Radwin, L., Wilkes, G., Curtin, L., Saba, C., Tracey, L., Garvey, J., Whitehouse, J., Sanabria, C., Schrantz, A., Teixeira, L., Hackel, M., & Willis, K. (2006).Enhancing patients’ trust in oncology nursing care: A challenge for nursing leaders [Abstract]. Oncology Nursing Forum, 33, 445.
Radwin, L. (2005). Commentary on “Arthritis symptoms, information sources, and a constantly shifting threshold of risk-benefit ratios influenced elderly patients’ decisions about total joint replacement.” Evidence Based Nursing,8, 63.
Radwin, L. (2002). Commentary on “Gatekeeping and legitimization: How informal carers relationship with health care workers is revealed in their everyday interactions.” Evidence Based Nursing, 5, 95.
* d Alster, K., Dick, K., & Radwin, L. (2002). How elderly urban home care patients describe excellent nursing care. [Abstract]. Gerontologist, 42, 65-66.

COMMENTARIES, ABSTRACTS, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued)


Radwin, L. (2001). Commentary on “A video programme plus a booklet was more effective than a booklet alone for increasing patient knowledge about lumbar spine treatment options for low back pain.” Evidence Based Nursing, 4, 81.
* d Radwin, L., Alster, K., & Rubin, K. (2001). Development of the oncology patients' perceptions of the quality of nursing care scale (OPPQNCS) [Abstract]. Oncology Nursing Forum, 28, 352-353.
Radwin, L. (1997). Practice patterns [Letter to the editor]. Image: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 29, 109.
CHAPTERS

Radwin, L. (1997). Response to Margaret Newman's "Process as content": Implications for clinical decision-making in nursing. In D. Jones & C. Roy (Eds.), Knowledge conference 1996: Three philosophical modes for linking theory and practice (pp. 77-83). Chestnut Hill, MA: BC Press


* d Radwin, L. (1989). Cues and strategies used in the diagnosis of pain conditions. In R. Carroll-Johnson, (Ed.), Classification of nursing diagnoses: Proceedings of the eighth conference, (pp. 381-387). Philadelphia: Lippincott.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS
Massachusetts Nurses Association. (1987). MNA position statement on nurse staffing. Boston, MA: The Association. [Co-author].
Radwin, L. (1986). Assessment, diagnosis and treatment of the patient in pain: Core nursing concerns. Transitions, 3 (1), 1, 3.
Radwin, L. (1986). Applying for scholarships to return to school. Contact, 22 (2), 3. (Available from District V - MNA, Dedham, MA).
Massachusetts Nurses' Association-District V. (1986). An application of the standards of nursing practice: Philosophy, job description, evaluation. Dedham, MA: the District. [Co-author].


Massachusetts Nurses' Association. (1986). Final report: Diagnostic Related Groups and nursing in Massachusetts. Boston, MA: The Association. [Co-author].


SELECTED ARTICLES FEATURING MY RESEARCH IN JOURNALS, NEWSPAPERS, AND OTHER PERIODICALS
Trossman, S. (2014). On the forefront: Nurse explorers. they conduct research to make a difference. The American Nurse, 46(2); 1, 6.
VA New England Healthcare System: Veterans’ Healthy Living. (2014, Winter). Patient-centered nursing care, pp. 4-5.
Williams, B. (2010). The way to patient-centered care. Nursing Management, 41, 10-11.
Jennings, B. (2009). Research on the care environment: Celebrating signs of success, posing questions to advance future investigations. Research in Nursing and Health, 32, 361
Boston Herald. (2008, August 13). MGH Center brings science to nursing.
Love B, Green E, Bryant-Lukosius D. (2004). Oncology nursing: our past is the prologue…can we author the future? Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal, 14, 96-111.
SELECTED ARTICLES FEATURING MY RESEARCH IN JOURNALS, NEWSPAPERS, AND OTHER PERIODICALS (continued)
Boston Oncology Nurses’ Association. (2003). Nursing: A new measure of quality. BONS Bulletin, 20, 3, p. 2.
Minnesota Nurses Association. (2001). Study reveals hallmarks of quality patient care. Minnesota Nursing Accent, 73, p. 12.
How do patients judge the quality of nursing care? (2000). Journal of Nursing Administration, 30, 58.
Schreiber, C. (1999, October/November). What patients want: Patients explain what they think makes excellent care. Nursing Excellence, p. 5.
Trossman, S. (1999). Issues update: Nurse researchers open doors. American Journal of Nursing, 99, pp. 68, 70.
Hallmarks of quality care. (1999, June). Nursing Management, p. 12.
Schreiber, C. (1999, June 7). A closer look: Patients explain what they think makes excellent nursing. HealthWeek, pp. 14-15.
Study identifies what makes good nursing. (1999, April 9). Hospital and Health System Association of Pennsylvania Quality Center Update, pp. 2-3.
Hicks, J. (1999, January). Interview with Laurel Radwin, RN, CS, Ph.D.: Listening to what patients tell us about quality care. Boston Globe On Call Magazine, pp. 16-17.
Radwin: Surgery patients fare better with caring nurses. (1998, December 24). Chelmsford Independent, p. 10.
Seybold, E. (1998, December) Study shows patients know what makes good nursing. Boston Globe On Call Magazine, pp. 10-11.
PRESENTATIONS: Submitted for REFEREED review
“VA GRECC Symposium: The role of education in implementation science.” Submitted for symposium presentation consideration via blinded review at the Gerontological Society of America, 2014 Annual Scientific Meeting, November 2 014, Washington, DC. Scott A.Trudeau, Kathy J. Horvath, Laurel Radwin, and Eleanor S. McConnell.

PRESENTATIONS: SELECTED VIA REFEREED REVIEW
“An Empirically Generated Conceptual Framework: Coordination for Rural Veterans with Cancer.” Poster presentation at the Association of VA Hematology/Oncology Scientific Sessions, September 2014, Portland Oregon, with Howard J. Cabral and Grace Ouellette.
“Conceptualizing and Measuring Care Coordination: Building a Framework.” Poster presentation at the 2014 Academy Health Annual Research Meeting, San Diego, California with Howard J. Cabral and Grace Ouellette.
“Effects of Patient-Centered Care on Cancer Patient Outcomes.” Poster presentation at the Association of VA Hematology/Oncology Scientific Sessions, October 2013, Atlanta Georgia, with Howard J. Cabral.

PRESENTATIONS: Selected VIA REFEREED review (continued)


“Cancer Care Coordination Across Multiple VAMC Settings: Concepts and Measurement.” Poster presentation at the Oncology Nursing Society Advancing Care through Science Conference, November 2013, Dallas, Texas, with Howard J. Cabral, Bonnie Jennings, and Grace Ouellette.
“Tracking a Patient-/Family Centered MICU Practice Change.” Poster presentation, 2011 Annual NIH Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation, Bethesda, MD, with Lillian Ananian, Deborah Gray, Christopher Mueller, and Paul Currier.
“The Effects of Cancer Patients' Race and Language on Patient-Centered Care and Patient Outcomes,” podium presentation at the 2011 National Conference on Cancer Nursing Research, Los Angeles, CA with Howard J. Cabral and Karen Donelan.
“A Protocol for the Study of Cancer Disparities and Patient-Centered Nursing Care.” Poster presentation at the 2010 Academy Health Research Meetings, Boston, MA, with Sanja Percac-Lima, Karen Donelan, Howard J. Cabral, Jan Mutchler, and Amy Rex-Smith.
“The Evidence: Early Family Meetings in the ICU,” Poster presentation at the Massachusetts General Hospital Nursing Research Day, 2010, with Lillian Ananian, Paul Currier, Adele Keeley, and Edward Coakley.
“The Effects of a Patient- and Family-Centered Practice Change on the Quality and Cost of Intensive Care,” Poster presentation at the Massachusetts General Hospital Scientific Advisory Committee 65rd Annual Research Day, 2010, with Paul Currier, Lillian Ananian, Adele Keeley, and Edward Coakley.
“Race and Language Effects on Patient-Centered Nursing Care, Trust, and Readmissions," Poster presentation at the 2009 AcademyHealth Research Meetings, Chicago, ILL, with Howard Cabral, Tiffany Siu Woodworth, and Gail Wilkes.
"A Protocol For Capturing Daily Variability in Nursing Care at the Individual Patient Level,” Poster presentation at the 2009 AcademyHealth Research Meetings, Chicago, ILL, with Howard Cabral, Leslie Chen, and Bonnie Jennings.
“Prayer and Well-Being Among Cancer Patients: Type of Prayer Matters,” presented as a paper, April 2009, at the Religion and Spirituality Mid-Year Conference, Loyola College in Maryland, with John Perez, Rebecca Norris, Katia Canenguez, Amy-Rex Smith, Elizabeth Tracey, and Susan DeCristafaro.
“Relationships Between Patient-Centered Cancer Nursing Interventions and Desired Health Outcomes in the Context of the Health Care System,” Poster presentation at the 2008 Council for Advancing Nursing Science State of the Science meetings, Washington DC, with Howard Cabral and Gail Wilkes.
"Relationships Between Patient-Centered Nursing Care and Desired Health Outcomes in the Con- text of the Health Care System," Poster presentation at the MGH Clinical Research Day 2008.
"Effects of Patient-Centered Oncology Care on Desired Patient Outcomes," Poster presentation at the American Psychosocial Oncology Society 2008 Annual Meeting, Irvine, California with Gail Wilkes and Howard Cabral.
"Factor Structure of Four Scales to Measure Outcomes of Patient-Centered Nursing Care," Poster presentation at the MGH Clinical Research Day 2007.
Measuring the Quality of Patient-Centered Cancer Nursing Care,” Poster presentation at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting 2006, Seattle Washington, with Gail Wilkes, Linda Curtin, Joanne Garvey, Howard Cabral, Amber Schrantz, Christine Saba, Mary Hackel, Lisa Tracey, John Whitehouse, Camille Sanabria, and Leslie Chen.

PRESENTATIONS: Selected VIA REFEREED review (continued)


“Enhancing Patients’ Trust in Oncology Nursing Care: A Challenge for Nursing Leaders,” Poster presentation at the ONS Congress 2006, Boston, with Gail Wilkes, Linda Curtin, Christine Saba, Lisa Tracey, Joanne Garvey, John Whitehouse, Camille Sanabria, Amber Schrantz, Liliana Teixeira, Mary Hackel, and Kimberly Willis.
“Psychometric Properties of Scales Measuring the Quality of Cancer Care at an Urban Safety Net Hospital,” Poster presentation at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, June 2005, Boston, MA with Susan DeSanto-Madeya, RN, D.N.Sc., Gail Wilkes, RN, MSN, AOCN, Joanne Garvey, RN, MS, Lisa Tracey RN, MS, Linda Curtain, RN, MS, John Whitehouse, BS, Camille Sanabria, Kimberly Willis, RN, BS, Leslie Chen, BS, Weibo Lu, RN, MS, and Michelle Washko, MA.
“Testing the Quality Health Outcomes Model in Cancer Care: Progress Report,” Poster presentation with Gail Wilkes, Joanne Garvey. Weibo Lu, Mary Philpot, Caitlin Mann, Jill O’Donnell and Susan Whalen at the Eighth National Conference on Cancer Nursing Research, February 2005, Fort Lauderdale, FLA.
“Four Scales to Measure Desired Health Outcomes from Cancer Nursing Care: Development and Pilot Testing,” presented

  • as a poster with Michelle Washko, Kathryn Suchy, and Kerry Tyman at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, June 2004, San Diego, CA.

  • as a paper with Michelle Washko, Kathryn Suchy, and Kerry Tyman at the National State of the Science Conference, October 2004, Washington, DC.

“Do Cancer Patients’ Characteristics Make a Difference in Their Perceptions of the Quality of Patient-Centered Nursing Care?,” Poster presentation with Stephanie Fahrquar, Michelle Knowles, and Barbara Virchick at the Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy Annual Research Meeting, June 2003, Nashville, TN.


“Refining the Quality Health Outcomes Model," Poster presentation at the Eastern Nursing Research Society, March 2003, New Haven, CT
“How Elderly, Urban Home Care Patients Describe Excellent Nursing Care,” Presented with Dr. Kristine Alster (Principal Investigator), Dr. Karen Dick, and Dr. Carol Ellenbecker

  • as a paper at the Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, Boston MA, 2002.

  • as a poster at the Eastern Nursing Research Society's 14th Scientific Sessions, State College, Pennsylvania, 2002.

“The Development and Psychometric Testing of the Oncology Patients’ Perceptions of the Quality of Nursing Care Scale.” Presented as a paper with Dr. Kristine Alster and Krista Rubin at the



  • American Cancer Society/Oncology Nursing Society's 7th National Conference on Cancer Nursing Research, February 2003, San Diego, CA,

  • Sigma Theta Tau International State of the Science Meetings, Sept 2002, Washington, DC.

  • as a poster at the Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy Annual Research Meeting, Washington DC, 2002.

  • Eastern Nursing Research Society 13th Scientific Sessions, Atlantic City, NJ, 2001.

  • Sigma Theta Tau - Eta Omega Chapter Annual Meeting, Lowell, MA, 2000.

"An Empirically Generated Conceptual Definition of Individualized Care from Nurses' and Patients' Perspectives," Poster presentation with Dr. Kristine Alster at the Eastern Nursing Research Society 12th Scientific Sessions, Newport, Rhode Island, 2000.


“Development of the Oncology Patients' Perceptions of the Quality of Nursing Care Scale (OPPQNCS): Progress Report,” Poster presentation with Dr. Kristine Alster, Krista Rubin, and Colleen Diamont at:



  • Oncology Nursing Society 26th Annual Congress, San Diego, CA, 2001



PRESENTATIONS: Selected VIA REFEREED review (continued)

"Oncology Patients' Perceptions of Quality Nursing Care," presented as a paper at the Eastern Nursing Research Society 11th Scientific Sessions, New York City, NY, 1999.


"Patients' Perceptions of Quality Nursing Care," Poster presentation at:



  • Massachusetts/Rhode Island 2nd Annual Joint Convention, 1998.

  • Eastern Nursing Research Society 10th Scientific Session, Rochester, NY, 1998.

  • Alpha Chi - Sigma Theta Tau International Research Program, Chestnut Hill, MA, 1998.

"Patients' Perceptions of 'Knowing the Patient': A Pilot Study, " Poster presentation at The Eastern Nursing Research Society 8th Scientific Session, Pittsburgh, PA , 1996.


"Knowing the Patient: An Empirically Generated Process Model for Individualized Interventions," presented as a paper at:

  • The Eastern Nursing Research Society 7th Scientific Sessions, Portland, MA, 1995.

  • The Nursing Honor Societies Alliance Conference, Manchester, NH, 1994.

  • The Qualitative Health Research Conference, Hershey, PA, 1994.

"The Nurse's Perspective on Decision-Making: How It Makes a Difference in Health Care," presented as a paper at Nursing Strategies for the Nineties, Boston, MA, 1992.


"Research on Clinical Decision-Making in Nursing," presented as a paper at Toward Research-Based Clinical Practice:1992 Update, St. Anselm's College, Manchester, NH.
"Secondary Sources of Information Used in Clinical Decision-Making," Poster presentation at the National Clinical Judgment Conference, Chestnut Hill, MA, 1990.
"Cues and Strategies Used in the Diagnosis of Conditions of Pain,” Poster presentation at:

  • The North American Nursing Diagnosis Association 8th Conference, St. Louis, MO, 1988.

  • The Nurses' Honor Societies Alliance 4th Annual Research Day, Lowell, MA, 1986

  • The National League for Nurses' Research in Nursing Education, San Francisco, CA, 1987.


INVITED PRESENTATIONS (NON-REFEREED)

“Empirically Derived Model for Testing the Effects of Coordinated Care on Patient-Centered Care for Veterans Who Transition Among Multiple Care Settings,” to the Advanced Health Services Research Seminar at the Boston University School of Public Health on June 23, 2014.


“Conceptual and Measurement Congruence When Studying Patient-Centered Care for Veterans Who Transition Among Multiple Care Settings,” to the Advanced Health Services Research Seminar at the Boston University School of Public Health on June 3, 2013.
“Tips for Writing an Informed Consent Document,” to the clinical research community at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA, April 5, 2012.
“A Program of Research in Patient-Centered Care,” to Research Faculty of the Center for Health Care Quality and Economics Research, VAMC-Bedford on June 24, 2011.
“Testing Complex Models of the Effects of Patient-Centered Care on Patient Outcomes in the Context of the Health Care System,” to the Advanced Health Services Research Seminar at the Boston University School of Public Health on June 6, 2011.

“Investigating Patient-Centered Care” to the Advanced Health Services Research Seminar at the Boston University School of Public Health on June 21, 2010.


“Studying the Quality of Cancer Nursing Care” to the Advanced Health Services Research Seminar at the Boston University School of Public Health on June 10, 2009.
"Patient-Centered Nursing Care and Desired Health Outcomes" to the Advanced Health Services Research Seminar at the Boston University School of Public Health on June 11, 2008.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS (NON-REFEREED) (continued)


"Grounded Theory Methodology" to doctoral students enrolled in Advanced Qualitative Methods at Boston College on April 14, 2008.
“A Conceptual Framework for Patient-Centered Cancer Nursing Care” to the Outcomes Research Seminar at the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center on May 27, 2008.
"Individualized Nursing Care: An Empirically Generated Definition" to the MGH Nursing Research Committee Journal Club, May 14, 2008
“Patient Centered Care: The Patient’s Perspective” as the Robert W. Carey M.D. Endowed Lectureship, Massachusetts General Hospital, June 2006.
“Oncology Patients’ Perceptions of the Quality of Nursing Care” to the MGH Journal Club, May 2006.
“Examining the Quality of Patient-Centered Nursing Care” to the joint Massachusetts Organization of Nurse Executives/ Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center meeting, April 2006.
“Testing the Quality Health Outcomes Model in Cancer Care” to the health services research doctoral program class at the Boston University School of Public Health, April 2006.
“Reconceptualizing Desired Health Outcomes of Patient Centered Cancer Nursing Care” to the DFCI Phyllis Cantor Center Brown Bag session, February 2006.
“Testing the Quality Health Outcomes Model in Cancer Care” to the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center (DF/HCC) Nursing Program in Development lecture series, Boston, MA, 2005.
"Nurses Making a Difference," Keynote Address, Pinning Ceremony, UMass Lowell, 2000.
"On Nurses and Patients," Keynote Address, Induction Ceremony, Sigma Theta Tau - Theta Alpha Chapter, Boston, MA, 1996.
"Using Exemplar Data in Research," Preceptor Appreciation Day, University of Massachusetts Lowell College of Health Professions, Lowell, MA, 1996.
"Knowing the Patient: An Empirically Generated Process Model for Individualized Interventions," Boston College School of Nursing Research Day, 1994.
"Research on Clinical Decision-Making in Nursing," Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA, 1994.
"Negotiating the Intricacies of the Research Experience," BC PhD Colloquium, 1994.
"Diagnostic Reasoning and Application to Diagnoses of Pain," Sigma Theta Tau, Theta Alpha 1987.

PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE

Member, Evidence-Based Practice and Research Sub-Committee, Manchester NH VAMC, 2012 to present.


Member, Research and Development Committee, Manchester NH VAMC, 2012 to present.
Member, Women’s Health Advisory Committee, Manchester NH VAMC, 2012 to present.
PRESENTATIONS TO THE PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY
“Research on the Quality of Nursing Care: Beyond Staffing.” Boston Medical Center 2005.
Workshop in series, "Writing for Publication in Nursing," Boston Medical Center, November 2004.

PRESENTATIONS TO THE PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY (continued)


“Conceptual and Methodological Considerations in the Study of Patient-Centered Cancer Nursing Care,” Distinguished Scholar Presentation for Chinese National Nursing Management Conference, Shanghai, China, June 2004 via videoconferencing.
“Patient-Centered Nursing Care and Desired Health Outcomes”, Keynote Speaker at McLean’s Hospital National Nursing Day, Belmont, MA, May 2004.
“Talking Quality: Patients’ Perspectives on Patient-Centered Care.” presented at Research Grand Rounds, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA, April 2003
PRESENTATIONS TO THE NON-PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY
“Quality Nursing Care from the Oncology Patients' Perspective,” presented by invitation at:

  • Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York City, NY 1999.

  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 1999.

“The Role of Nurses in Cancer Care,” The Wellness Community, Newton, MA, June 2004.


“The Quality of Nursing Care for Cancer Patients,” Presented to Boston area cancer survivors at the National Cancer Survivors' Day, Harvard Medical School, June 2000.
MANUSCRIPT, ABSTRACT, AND PROPOSAL REVIEW
Manuscript Reviewer, Research in Nursing & Health, 2002 to present.
Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 2002 to present.
Commentator, Evidence-Based Nursing, 2001 to 2010.
Abstract Reviewer, 2004 Oncology Nursing Society Congress, Anaheim, CA
Proposal Reviewer, Brigham & Women’s Hospital Kravitz Nursing Studies Award, 2001, 2002, 2004.
Abstract Reviewer, 2003 National Nursing Administration Research Conference, UNC-Chapel Hill.
Abstract Reviewer, paper and poster sessions, Eastern Nursing Research Society 13th Annual Research Conference, 2000 and 14th Annual Research Conference, 2001.
SERVICE IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Sigma Theta Tau, International Honor Society for Nursing, 1980 to present.

  • Co-Chair, Research Committee, Theta Alpha Chapter, 2000 - 2004.

  • Selected as Research Mentor, Alpha Chi Chapter, 1997.

  • Alpha Chi Clinical Research Development Committee, 1995 - 1997.

  • Alpha Chi Clinical Research Fund Committee, 1994 - 1995.

American Nurses Association, 1979 to present.



  • American Nurses Association Council on Acute Care Nursing Practice, 1993 - 1999.

  • American Nurses Association Council for Nursing Research, 1993 - 1999.

  • American Nurses Association Council on Medical-Surgical Nursing Practice, 1984 - 1993.

SERVICE IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (continued)

State and District Elected Positions


  • Massachusetts Delegate, 1985, 1996, 1997, 1998 ANA House of Delegates.

  • First Vice - President, District V – Massachusetts Nurses Association (MNA), 1988 - 1990.

  • Cabinet on Nursing Ethics, MNA, 1986 - 1989.

  • Committee on Nominations, District V – MNA, 1986. Chair.

  • Nurse Practice Committee, District V – MNA, 1982-1989. Co-chair.

SERVICE IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (continued)



  • Task Force on Nurse Staffing, MNA, 1987.

  • Diagnostic Related Groups Task Force, MNA,1986.

Member, VHA Palliative Care in the ICU Special Interest Group, 2011 to 2012


Member, Multi-Site Research Data Sharing Project Team, Oncology Nursing Society, 2006.
Member, Annual Meeting Program Committee, Interdisciplinary Research Group on Nursing Issues, AcademyHealth Scientific Sessions, June 2005, June 2006.
Member, Expert Panel, Women’s Health Network Evaluation, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Cardiovascular Disease Task Force, January to June 2005.
SERVICE IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (continued)
Member, Nursing Research Committee, Boston Medical Center, Boston, MA 2005 to 2006
Member, Oncology Nursing Society and Boston ONS Chapter, 2000 to present.
Member, National League for Nursing, 1988 -1992.

Member, Massachusetts Conference Group for the Classification of Nursing Diagnoses,

1985 –1993, North American Nursing Diagnosis Association, 1986 -1993.OTHER SERVICE
The Oncology Patients’ Perceptions of the Quality of Nursing Care Scale (OPPQNCS) is included in the AHRQ’s Atlas of Care Coordination Measures (http://www.ahrq.gov/qual/careatlas/). (One of 61 measures selected out of an initial candidate pool of 3448 unique measures with149 measures extensively reviewed.) I have responded to inquiries and held discussions with national and international nurse clinicians and researchers who wished to use OPPQNCS including nurses from Brazil, Canada, Columbia, Finland, Israel, Scotland, South Africa, Thailand, and Turkey. The OPPQNCS has been translated into Spanish, Finnish, Hebrew, Turkish, Swedish, and Greek.
Mentor for Research Internship requirement for Kathleen Walsh, Ph.D. in Nursing student, University of Connecticut School of Nursing, Summer 2003.
Volunteer Tutor, Language Partners. Program to teach conversational English to non-English speakers in the Merrimack Valley. 2010 to 2013.
Consult on Mentored Clinical Scientist Development application for submission to the National Institute for Nursing Research, National Institutes of Health, for researchers at the Center for Excellence in Nursing Practice, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA, 2002.
Consultations on evaluating the quality of nursing care

Metro West Hospital, Framingham, MA, 1999.

Lowell Visiting Nurses Association, Lowell, MA, 1999.

Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York City, 1999.


TEACHING AND SERVICE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON




COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES: TEACHING
COURSES TAUGHT
NU 408 Acute Care Nursing

NU 408 Acute Care Nursing (clinical component)

NU 425 Adult Health II (clinical component)

NU 460 Evidence Based Practice (on-line RN-BSN program)

NU 662 Nursing Care of the Critically Ill Adult

NU 698D Clinical Specialization in Nursing (included Comprehensive Master’s Paper requirement)

NU 698D Clinical Specialization in Nursing (clinical component)
NU 696 Independent Study: Research theory and practicum for Krista Rubin (Spring 2001) and Stephanie Farquhar (Summer 2003), Master’s in Nursing students
CLINICAL COURSE COORDINATOR
NU 408 Fall 1999 though Fall 2002

COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES: TEACHING



COURSES DEVELOPED
NU 690 Acute and Critical Care Nursing I

NU 692 Acute and Critical Care Nursing III

NU 691 Acute and Critical Care Nursing II (co-developer)

NU 693 Acute and Critical Care Nursing IV (co-developer)

NU 669 Advanced CNS Competencies in Quality Improvement
STUDENTS PROVIDED WITH RESEARCH EXPERIENCES AND MENTORSHIP
Fall 1999, Spring 2000 Krista Rubin, Master’s in Nursing student, fulfilling partial requirements for NU 602, The Research Process in Nursing

NU 603, Application of Research to Nursing Practice.


Fall 2000, Spring 2001 Colleen Diamont, Ph.D. student in Nursing, fulfilling Research Assistant (RA) requirement.
Spring 2002 Michelle Knowles, Jian Hua Liu, Stephanie Lacerda, and Barbara Virchick, Master’s in Nursing students, fulfilling partial requirements for NU 602, The Research Process in Nursing.

Spring 2002 Charles Butts, baccalaureate student in Nursing, hired as paid RA for “Testing the Quality Health Outcomes Model in Cancer Care.”


Summer 2002 Maria Sendak, Aloka Wolford, and Charles Butts, baccalaureate students in nursing, hired as paid RAs for “Testing the Quality Health Outcomes Model (QHOM) in Cancer Care.”
Fall 2002 Michelle Knowles, Stephanie Lacerda, and Barbara Virchick, Master’s in Nursing students, fulfilling partial requirements for NU 603, The Research Process in Nursing.
Spring 2003 Kerri Tyman and Kathryn Suchy, baccalaureate students in nursing, hired as paid RAs for “Testing the QHOM in Cancer Care.”
STUDENTS PROVIDED WITH RESEARCH EXPERIENCES AND MENTORSHIP (continued)

Summer 2003 Michelle Washko, Ph.D. in Gerontology Candidate, hired as a paid RA for “Testing the QHOM in Cancer Care.”


Fall 2003 Weibo Lu and Joanne Garvey, Ph.D. in Nursing students, Susan Whalen and Jill O’Donnell, baccalaureate students in nursing, and Wendy Hubental, Ph.D. in Gerontology student, hired as paid RAs for “Testing the QHOM in Cancer Care.”
Spring 2004 Weibo Lu and Joanne Garvey, Ph.D. in Nursing students, and Caitlin Mann, baccalaureate student in nursing, hired as paid RAs for “Testing the QHOM in Cancer Care.”
Summer 2004 Joanne Garvey, Ph.D. in Nursing student, Lisa Tracey, Master’s in Nursing student, John Whitehouse and Camille Sanabria, baccalaureate students in nursing, and Michelle Washko, Ph.D. in Gerontology Candidate, hired as paid RAs for “Testing the QHOM in Cancer Care.”
Fall 2004 Linda Curtin and Joanne Garvey, Ph.D. in Nursing students, Lisa Tracey and Kimberly Willis, Master’s in Nursing students, John Whitehouse and Camille Sanabria, baccalaureate students in nursing, hired as paid RAs for “Testing the QHOM in Cancer Care.”
Spring 2005 Linda Curtin, Joanne Garvey, and Brenda Vigue, Ph.D. in Nursing students, Lisa Tracey, Kimberly Willis and Christine Saba, Master’s in Nursing students, John Whitehouse, Camille Sanabria, and Amber Schrantz, baccalaureate students in nursing hired as paid RAs for “Testing the QHOM in Cancer Care
Summer 2005 Linda Curtin, Ph.D. in Nursing student, Lisa Tracey, Mary Hackel and Christine Saba, Master’s in Nursing students, Camille Sanabria, baccalaureate student in nursing, and Liliana Teixeira, baccalaureate student in biology, hired as paid RAs for “Testing the QHOM in Cancer Care.”
Fall 2005 Linda Curtin, Ph.D. in Nursing student, Mary Hackel and Christine Saba, Master’s in Nursing students, Camille Sanabria, Amber Schrantz, baccalaureate students in nursing, and Liliana Teixeira, baccalaureate student in biology, hired as paid RAs for “Testing the QHOM in Cancer Care.”
Spring 2006 Linda Curtin, Ph.D. in Nursing student, Mary Hackel, Master’s in Nursing student, and Amber Schrantz, baccalaureate student in nursing, hired as paid RAs for “Testing the QHOM in Cancer Care.”
2005-2006 Member, Dissertation Committee,Linda Curtin, Ph.D. Candidate in Nursing
Spring 2009 Tiffany Siu Woodworth, BU School of Public Health Master’s student.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

Respondent to “Cancer Research and Health Disparities” presented by Dr. Edward Benz, M.D., President, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, University of Massachusetts Boston Convocation, 2004.


Institutional Review Board Alternate, 2004 to 2006.


Search Committee for the Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, 2003-2004.
Writing Proficiency Exam Reader, 2004.
Internal Grant Award Committee: Joseph P. Healey Endowment Grant Panel, 2003.
COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES SERVICE AND ACTIVITIES
CNHS Governance Taskforce, 2005 to 2006.
Evaluation and Planning Committee, 1999 to 2002.
Student Affairs Committee, 2000 - 2001.
Poster Reviewer, College of Nursing and Health Sciences 15th Annual Research Day, 2002.

COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES SERVICE AND ACTIVITIES (continued)


College Research Dialogue, “Reconceptualizing Desired Health Outcomes of Patient Centered Cancer Nursing Care,” College of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts Boston, February 2006.


Faculty Research Dialogue, “Development and Preliminary Psychometric Testing of Four Desired Health Outcome Scales,” College of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts Boston, 2004.
Faculty Research Dialogue, “Operationalization of the Quality Health Outcomes Model and Testing of the Model in Cancer Care,” College of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts Boston, 2003.
Seminar, “Relationships between Patient-Centered Nursing Care and Patient Trait Characteristics, ” Presented to Ph.D. in Nursing Program students, College of Nursing, University of Massachusetts Boston, 2003.

Seminar, “Report on Development and Testing of the Oncology Patients’ Perceptions of the Quality of Nursing Care Scale,” Presented to Ph.D. in Nursing Program students, College of Nursing, University of Massachusetts Boston, 2001.


Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Standard IV Task Force, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, 2000-2001.
DEPARTMENT OF NURSING (2002 to 2006) and ADULT AND GERONTOLOGICAL NURSING (1999 to 2002) SERVICE AND ACTIVITIES
Baccalaureate Program Committee, Fall 2002; Fall 2005 to 2006.
Master’s Program Committee, Spring 2003 to Spring 2005.
Search Committee for Acute/Critical Care Faculty Position, 2000.



Seminar, “Backing Into a Conceptual Model Guided Program of Research,” Presented to Ph.D. in Nursing Program students, College of Nursing, University of Massachusetts Boston, 2001.


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