NHS Scholarship Spotlight: January 1-March 31, 2015

APRIL 16, 2015 – Faculty members, students, and alumni at the School of Nursing & Health Studies have published on a range of topics—from cancer and mental health, to pandemic influenza—in a variety of highly regarded academic publications.

The list below, in alphabetical order by author, includes the names of the NHS authors in boldface, the full journal or book citation, and a link, when available, to more information.

Faculty members were invited to submit information for this quarterly update—covering January 1-March 31, 2015. Therefore, this list may not be complete.

Scholarly Highlights

Jennifer Huang Bouey, PhD
Susan H. Mayer Professor in Health Equity
Associate Professor of International Health

Dier Hu (NHS’14)
International Health Alumna

Heather Zaccaro (NHS’15)
International Health Major

Martin Iguchi, PhD
Professor

Huang, ZJ, Hu, D, Chang, R, Zaccaro, H, Iguchi, M, Zheng, H, & He, N. (2015). Female streetwalkers' perspectives on migration and HIV/STI risks in a changing economic and social environment: a qualitative study in Shanghai, China. Culture, Health & Sexuality, (ahead-of-print), 1-14. Read more.

Jesse B. Bump, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor of International Health

Bump JB. The Long Road to Universal Health Coverage: Early decisions in Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Health Systems & Reform 2015; 1(1): 28–38. Read more.

Report from Bellagio: Advancing Political Economy of Global Health to Understand and Influence the Drivers of Universal Health Coverage. Health Systems & Reform 2015; 1(1): 20-1. Read more.

Bump JB. Your Call Could not be Completed as Dialled: Why Truth Does not Speak to Power In Global Health. International Journal of Health Policy and Management 2015. (In Press)

Joyce M. Knestrick, PhD, RN, APRN, FNP-BC, FAANP
Associate Professor of Nursing
Director of Distance Education, Department of Nursing

Knestrick, JM & Counts, MM. (Forthcoming), Developing a Nurse Practitioner-Run Center for Residents in Rural Appalachia (4th ed.). In deChesnay, M & Anderson, BA (Eds), Caring for the Vulnerable: Perspectives in Nursing Theory, Practice and Research (357-364). Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett Learning.

John Kraemer, JD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Health Systems Administration

Siedner MJ, Gostin LO, Cranmer H, & Kraemer JD. Strengthening the Detection and Early Response to Public Health Emergencies: Lessons from the West African Ebola Epidemic. PLoS Medicine 12 (2015): e1001804. Read more.

John Kraemer, JD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Health Systems Administration

Heather Zaccaro (NHS’15)
International Health Major

Megan Graves (G’14)
Health Systems Administration Alumna

Kraemer JD, Zaccaro HN, Roffenbender JS, Baig SA, Graves ME, Hauler KJ, Hussain AN, & Mulroy FE. Assessing the Potential for Bias in Direct Observation of Adult Commuter Cycling and Helmet Use. Injury Prevention 21 (2015): 42-46. Read more.

John Kraemer, JD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Health Systems Administration

Heather Zaccaro (NHS’15)
International Health Major

Emily Carbone (NHS’16)
Health Care Management & Policy Major

Nishita Dsouza (NHS’15)
Human Science Major

Michelle Xu (NHS’16)
Health Care Management & Policy Major

Mary Byrne (NHS’15)
Human Science Major

Zaccaro HN, Carbone E, Dsouza N, Xu M, Byrne M, & Kraemer JD. Assessing the Reliability and Validity of Direct Observation and Traffic Camera Streams to Measure Helmet and Motorcycle Use. Injury Prevention (epub ahead of print, 2015). Read more.

John Kraemer, JD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Health Systems Administration

Michael Stoto, PhD
Professor of Health Systems Administration

Klaiman TK, Kraemer JD, Stoto MA. Variability in School Closure Decisions in Response to the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic. In Stoto MA, Higdon MA (Eds.), The Public Health Response to 2009 H1N1: A Systems Perspective (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015). Read more.

Sean Shenghsiu Huang, PhD
Assistant Professor of Health Systems Administration

Huang, SS. (2015). Financial Leverage and Hospital Technology Adoption. Journal of Healthcare Finance. (Accepted)

Julia Lange Kessler, DNP, CM, FACNM
Assistant Professor of Nursing
Director of the Nurse-Midwifery/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Program

Haber, J, Hartnett, E, Allen, K, Hallas, D, Dorsen, C, Lange Kessler, J, Lloyd, M, Edwidge, T, & Wholihan, D. (2015). Putting the Mouth Back in the Head: HEENT to HEENOT. American Journal of Public Health, (0), e1-e5. Read more.

Rosemary Sokas, MD, MOH
Professor of Human Science
Chair of the Department of Human Science

Bray PA, Sokas RK. Delayed respiratory fatality from trimethylsilyldiazomethane: what do workers need to know about potentially hazardous exposures? J Occup Environ Med. 2015 Feb;57(2):e15-6. Read more.

Dong XS, Wang X, Largay JA, Sokas R. Long-term health outcomes of work-related injuries among construction workers--findings from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth. Am J Ind Med. 2015 Mar;58(3):308-18. Read more.

Michael Stoto, PhD
Professor of Health Systems Administration

Stoto, MA (2015). Drug Safety Meta-Analysis: Promises and Pitfalls. Drug safety, 38(3), 233-243. Read more.

Michael Stoto, PhD
Professor of Health Systems Administration

Melissa A. Higdon (NHS’07), MPH
Health Care Management & Policy Alumna

Stoto, MA, & Higdon, MA (Eds.). (2015). The Public Health Response to 2009 H1N1: A Systems Perspective. Oxford University Press. Read more.

Jason U. Tilan, PhD
Assistant Professor of Nursing and Human Science

Taylor Polk (NHS’16)
Human Science Major

Meredith Horton (NHS’14)
Human Science Alumna

David Christian (NHS’14)
Human Science Alumnus

Rachel Acree (NHS’16)
Human Science Major

Katherine Connors (NHS’15)
Human Science Major

Hong, S, Tilan, J, Galli, S, Izycka-Swieszewska, E, Polk, T, Horton, M, Mahajan, A, Christian, D, Jenkins, S, Acree, R, Connors, K, Ledo, P, Lu, C, Lee, Y, Rodriguez, O, Toretsky, J, Albanese, C, & Kitlinska, J. (2015). High neuropeptide Y release associates with Ewing sarcoma bone dissemination - in vivo model of site-specific metastases. Oncotarget, 6(9), 7151-7165. Read more.

Edilma L. Yearwood, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN
Associate Professor of Nursing
Interim Chair of the Department of Nursing

Pearson, GS, Hines-Martin, VP, Evans, LK, York, JA, Kane, CF, & Yearwood, EL. (2015). Addressing gaps in mental health needs of diverse, at-risk, underserved, and disenfranchised populations: A call for nursing action. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 29(1), 14-18. Read more.

Compiled by Bill Cessato and Peggy Compton, PhD, RN, FAAN