Daryl L. Sharp, PhD, PMHCNS-BC, NPP

  • Director of Care Management, Accountable Health Partners
  • Professor of Clinical Nursing
Daryl L. Sharp

Contact Information

255 Crittenden Blvd. Box SON Rochester, NY 14642
Work: (585) 275-6465
Fax: (585) 273-1270
Email:

Education

Ph.D., 2002. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, US

Post-Master's Certificate, 2001. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, US

Master of Science, 1998. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, US

Bachelor of Science , 1997. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, US

Associate of Applied Science, 1992. State University of New York at Alfred, Alfred, NY, US

MSN, 1980. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, US

BSN, 1976. University of Delaware, Newark, DE, US

Experience

Consultations to Universities, Health, and Science Agencies: 9/2008 - Current. Consultant. (WNYCCP). Rochester, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 7/2012 - Current. Director of Quality & Education. Healthy Living Center, Center for Community Health. NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 8/2011 - Current. Consultant. URMC Center for Primary Care. NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 5/2011 - Current. Associate Dean for Faculty Development & Diversity. University of Rochester School of Nursing. NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 8/2008 - Current. Associate Professor of Clinical Nursing & in the Center for Community Health. UR School of Nursing. Rochester, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 6/2004 - Current. Associate Clinical Instructor. University of Rochester School of Nursing (For the APNN program). Rochester, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 6/2002 - Current. Assistant Professor. University of Rochester School of Nursing. Rochester, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 7/2008 - 7/2012. Clinical Appointment. Healthy Living Center, Center for Community Health. NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 7/2007 - 6/2011. Director, Doctor of Nursing Practice Program . University of Rochester School of Nursing. Rochester, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 11/2004 - 7/2008. Director, Adult/Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Program. University of Rochester School of Nursing. Rochester, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 6/2002 - 6/2008. Assistant Professor. University of Rochester School of Nursing. Rochester, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 1/1998 - 6/1998. Pediatric Clinical Instructor. State University of New York at Brockport. Brockport, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 8/1996 - 5/1997. Adjunct Assistant Professor. State University of NY, Health Sciences Center, College of Nursing. Syracuse, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 8/1995 - 8/1996. Assistant Professor. State University of NY, Health Sciences Center, College of Nursing . Syracuse, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 1/1992 - 7/1995. Instructor. Syracuse University College of Nursing. Syracuse, NY, US.

Fellowship (Pre Doctoral): 2000 - 2001. Nurses' Educational Funds, Inc.. University of Rochester School of Nursing (Predoctoral Award). Rochester, NY, US.

Fellowship (Pre Doctoral): 1997 - 2000. National Research Service Award. National Institute of Nursing Research (Predoctoral Fellowship/stipend). US.

Fellowship (Pre Doctoral): 1996 - 1998. Loretta C. Ford Fellowship. University of Rochester School of Nursing (Predoctoral fellowship/stipend). Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 9/2009 - Current. Co-Investigator. Healthy Living Center, U of R. Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 10/2003 - 1/2005. Co-Director. Rochester Tobacco Treatment Center. Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 8/1999 - 8/2004. Clinical Research Coordinator. University of Rochester (Smokers' Health Study). Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 6/1998 - 1/2004. Pediatric/Oncology Nurse Practitioner. Strong Memorial Hospital (Bone Marrow Transplant Team). Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 6/1999 - 6/2002. Senior Teaching Associate. University of Rochester School of Nursing (Nursing Advanced Research course). Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 4/1997 - 5/1998. Registered Nurse. Rochester General Hospital. Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 10/1996 - 5/1998. Level III staff Registered Nurse. Strong Memorial Hospital (Community Pediatric Telephone Triage System). Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 5/1994 - 5/1997. Psychiatric Nursing Instructor. Medical Education Development Services. Silver Spring, MD, US.

Professional Experience: 1/1989 - 1/1997. Psychotherapist/Consultant. Private Practice. Manlius, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 6/1993 - 10/1996. Level III staff Registered Nurse. Strong Memorial Hospital (Infant-Toddler Unit/Children's Unit). Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 8/1995 - 8/1996. Research Associate. (Depression Research Project). Syracuse, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 4/1992 - 8/1996. Clinical Consultant. The Drink Wise Program. Syracuse, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 6/1992 - 6/1993. Level II staff Registered Nurse. Strong Memorial Hospital (Orthopaedics Unit). Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 1/1985 - 2/1986. Staff Development Specialist. The Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital. Philadelphia, PA, US.

Professional Experience: 6/1982 - 12/1984. Adolescent Unit Coordinator. The Horsham Clinic. Ambler, PA, US.

Professional Experience: 9/1980 - 9/1982. Research Assistant. The University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA, US.

Professional Experience: 8/1980 - 6/1982. Assistant Nursing Coordinator. The Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital. Philadelphia, PA, US.

Professional Experience: 1/1979 - 6/1980. Staff Nurse. The Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital (Part-time:09,1979-06,1980; Full-time:01-09,1979). Philadelphia, PA, US.

Professional Experience: 6/1976 - 9/1978. Staff Nurse. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Philadelphia, PA, US.

Licensure

Clinical Specialist in Adult Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing (Professional Board Certification)

Clinical Specialist in Adult Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing (Professional Board Certification)

Clinical Specialist, Adult Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing

Pediatrics (Professional Board Certification)

Oncology (Professional Board Certification)

Research

Role of Relaxation Therapy (Music Therapy) on Patients undergoing Bone Marrow Transplantation. - . NIH.

Role of NG feedings in Children Undergoing Stem cell Transplant. - . non-funded.

Researcher resilience through multidimensional mentoring. 2010 - 2013. NIH.

CTSA Supplement, University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute. 2009 - 2012. NIH.

Peer mentoring program survey & analysis for the NYS Office of Mental Health. 2011 - 2011. NYS Governor's Office of Employee Relations.

URSON Tobacco Dependence Intervention Program Supplement. 2007 - 2009. URSON Faculty Research Support Grant.

Tobacco Dependence Intervention Program. 2006 - 2009. NYS Department of Health, Tobacco Control Program.

Self-Determination and Maintaining Tobacco Abstinence. 2004 - 2009. National Cancer Institute.

University of Rochester School of Nursing Tobacco Dependence Intervention Program Supplement. 3/2007 - 3/2008. University of Rochester Faculty Research Support Grant.

Rochester Tobacco Treatment Center. 2003 - 2005. Smoking and Health Action Coalition of Monroe County.

Applying Gadow's Moral Framework for Nursing to Self-Determination Theory. 2000 - 2001. Nurses Educational Funds.

The Use of Presence in the Nursing Care of Families. 1997 - 2000. National Institute of Nursing Research.

Pre-doctoral Fellowship . 1996 - 1998. Loretta C. Ford Fellowship.

Exploring the Use of Presence in the Nursing Care of Families. 1997 - 1998. Syracuse Area Psychiatric Nurses.

Publications

Sharp, D., Fankhauser, M., P., & Schroeder, S.. A. . (n.d.). Breaking Barriers & Implementing Changes: Delivering Effective Pharmacologic and Nonpharmacologic Interventions for Tobacco Dependence in persons with Mental Illness. Monograph, Psychiatric Nurses Counseling Points (TM).

Schwindt, R., & Sharp, D. . (n.d.). Making a Case for Systematic Integration of Theory-Based Tobacco Education into Graduate PMH Nursing Curriculum. . Archives of Psychiatric Nursing..

Sharp, D., Blaakman, S., & Schroeder, S.. (2010). Breaking Barriers & Implementing changes: Treating Tobacco Dependence in Persons with Mental Illness. Monograph, Psychiatric Nurse Counseling Points (TM).

Sharp, D., Naegle, M., Palmer-Erbs, V., Schroeder, S. A., & Stevens, G. L. . (2010). Breaking Barriers & Implementing Changes: Treating Tobacco Dependence in Persons with Mental Illness: Identifying Challenges and Opportunities. Monograph, Psychiatric Nurses Counseling Points (TM).

Willis, D. G., Beeber, L., Mahoney, J., & Sharp, D. . (2010). Strategies for Advancing PMH Nursing Research Relevant to Practice: Perspectives from the APNA Research Council Co-chairs. Contemporary Nurse, 34, 135-139.

Campagna, A.. (2010). [Review of the book Juvenile Firesetting: A Community Guide to Prevention and Intervention, by R. Cole, R. Crandall, C. E. Kourofsky, D. Sharp, S. Blaakman, & E. Cole. Fireproof Chidren/Prevention First; 2006]. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 49 (5), 528-529.

Stein, K., & Sharp, D. . (2009). The impact of opening a smoking room on psychiatric inpatient behavior following implementation of a hospital-wide smoking ban. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 15, 401-403.

Sharp, D.L. & Blaakman, S. W.. (2009). Report from the APNA Tobacco Dependence Council. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 15, 412-414.

Sharp, D.L., Cole, R. E., Kourofsky, C. E., & Blaakman, S.W. . (2009). Intervening with youth woh engage in fire-setting. In K. Geldard (Ed.), Practical Interventions Young People at Risk, 102-112.

Sharp, D.L., & Blaakman, S.W.. (2009). A review of research by nurses regarding tobacco dependence and mental health. In L. Sarna & S. Bialous (EDs.) Annual Review of Nursing Research, 27, 297-318.

Sharp, D.L., Blaakman, S.W., Cole, R. E., & Evinger, J.. (2009). Report from a national tobacco dependence survey of psychiatric nurses. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 15, 172-181.

Williams, G.C., McGregor, H.A., Sharp, D.L., Levesque, C.S., Kouides, R.M., Ryan, R.M., and Deci, E.L.. (2006). Testing a self-determination theory for motivating tobacco cessation: supporting autonomy and competence in a clinical trial. Health Psychology, 25, 91-101.

Sharp, D.L.. (2006). A letter to the editor: reflections on the DNP regional meeting in Boston, MA. Nursing Outlook (54), 5-7.

Sharp, D.L., Blaakman, S., Cole, R.E., Cole, E.C.. (2006). Evidence-based multidisciplinary strategies for working with children who set fires. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nursing Association, 11, 329-337.

Williams, G.G., Lynch, M., McGregor, H. A., Ryan, R.M., Sharp, D., &Deci, E.. (2006). Validation of the "important other" climate questionnaire: assessing autonomy support for health-related change. Families, Systems, & Health, 24, 179-194.

Williams, G.C., McGregor, H., Sharp, D., Kouides, R.W., Levesque, C.S., Ryan, R.M., & Deci, E.. (2006). A self-determination multiple risk intervention trial to improve smokers' health. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 21 (12), 1288-1294.

Sharp, D.L.. (2006). A letter to the editor: reflections on the DNP regional meeting in Boston, MA. Nursing Outlook, 54, 5-7.

Williams, G.C., Lynch, M., McGregor, H.A., Ryan, R.M., Sharp, D., & Deci, E.. (2006). Validation of the "imprtant other" climate questionaire: assessing autonomy support for health-related change. Families, Systems, & Health, 24, 179-194.

Williams, G.C., McGregor, H., Sharp,D., Kouides, R.W. Levesque, C. S., Ryan, R.M. & Deci, E.. (2006). A self-determination multiple risk intervention trial to improve smokers' helath. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 21, 1288-1294.

Resnick, B., Bellg, A.J., Borrelli, B., Defrancesco, C., Breger, R., Hecht, J., Sharp, D.L., Levesque, C., Orwig, D., Ernst, D., Ogendegbe, G., Czajkowski, S.. (2005). Examples of implementation and evaluation of treatment fidelity in the BCC studies: where we are and where we need to go. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, Supplement, 29, 46-54.

Sharp, D.L., & Tuttle, J.. (2005). The practice doctorate. The NP Report, 4, 3-4.

Bellg, A.J., Borrelli, B., Resnick, B., Hecht, J., Minicucci, D. Sharp, Ory, M. Ogedegbe, G., Orwig, D., Ernst, D., Czajkowski, S.. (2004). Enhancing treatment fidelity in health behavior change studies: Best practices and recommendations from the behavior change consortium. Health Psychology, 23, 443-451.

Minicucci, D. Sharp, Schmitt, M.H., Dombeck, M.T., & Williams, G.C.. (2003). Actualizing Gadow's moral framework for nursing through research. Nursing Philosophy, 4, 92-103.

Williams, G.C., Minicucci, D. Sharp, Kouides, R.W., Levesque, C.S., Chirkov, V.I., Ryan, R.M., & Deci, E.L.. (2002). Self-determination, smoking, diet, and health. Health Education Research, 17, 512-521.

Minicucci, D. Sharp. (2002). Reflections of an editorial assistant. Research in Nursing Health, 25, 329-330.

Baggs, J.G., & Minicucci, D. Sharp. (2000). Shining a light on the black box of the review process at Research in Nursing & Health. Research in Nursing & Health, 23, 1-2.

Minicucci, D. Sharp. (1998). A review and synthesis of the literature: The use of presence in the nursing care of families. Journal of the New York State Nurses Association, 29, 9-15.

Minicucci, D. Sharp. (1994). The challenge of change: Rethinking alcohol abuse. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 8, 373-380.

Presentations

Tobacco dependence council: Update and future directions.
APNA 25th Annual Conference

CMMI care manager training: Skill development.
Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency

Strategies for facilitating health behavior change.
Rochester-DPP training team in the URMC Center for Community Health, funded by the Greater Rochester Health Foundation

Tobacco dependence interactive panel: 2012 update.
APNA 26th Annual Conference

Research council interactive panel: Tips for successful publishing.
APNA 26th Annual Conference

Researcher resilience through multidimensional mentoring: An upstate NY initiative.
University of New Mexico Mentoring Institute

Recognizing and facilitating health behavior change.
NYS Care Management Training Initiative Webinar

Treating tobacco dependence among those challenged with psychiatric disorders: An update. We can do better. .
Rochester Psychiatric Center Grand Rounds

New territory for case management: Understanding your role as a health home care manager.
NYS Care Management Training Initiative Webinar

Care coordination: Role in promoting health in health homes.
NYS Case Management Coalition, 16th Annual Training Conference

Treating tobacco dependence among those challenged with psychiatric disorders: Interventions & effective treatment options. .
Team ACT: Allies in Conquering Tobacco

Mobilizing clinicians' motivation to intervene with their clients who use tobacco.
Living Well: Strategies for Tobacco Free Recovery Summit, LA Department of Public Health & the Smoking Cessation Leadership Center

Physical-behavioral health integration: Impact on recoversy.
National Alliance on Mental Illness

Evidence-based and evolving tobacco dependence practice guidelines.
St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center

Creating a research support hub for APNA.
APNA 25th Annual Conference

Tobacco dependence interventions: Information for counselors.
St. John fisher College Speakers Series, Mental Health Counseling Program

Smoking cessation strategies for patients with psychiatric disorders.
Visiting Scholar, McLean Hospital, Visiting Scholar,

Strategies for addressing systems barriers to delivering tobacco dependence interventions.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, 3rd Annual C. Everett Koop Tobacco Treatment Conference

Managing multiple chronic conditions: Measuring key metabolic indicators .
APNA Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute

Reflections on tending motivation & clinical scholarship.
URSON

Integrating physical and behavioral health: Measuring key cardiometabolic health indicators in community mental health centers.
NY Care Coordination Program

Treating tobacco dependence at RPC.
Outpatient Clinic at Rochester Psychiatric Center, Rochester Psychiatric Center

Addressing barriers to delivering tobacco dependence interventions across mental health settings.
Webinar from University of California, Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration, the Smoking Cessation Leadership Center

Beyond pamphlets and advice: Treating tobacco dependence.
Sovie Center for Advanced Practice Grand Rounds, University of Rochester Medical Center

Tobacco dependence treatment for people with serious mental illness in NYS: Developing a statewide network.
Tobacco Treatment, NYS Office of Mental Health

Clinical excellence: Linking research with practice innovation.
9th Annual Nursing Research Conference, Rochester General Hospital

Tobacco dependence interactive panel.
APNA 23rd Annual Conference, APNA

Making a compelling case for what mattes most to psychiatric nurses: Developing persuasive proposals.
APNA 23rd Annual Conference, APNA

Promising tobacco interventions for comorbid populations.
National Conference on Tobacco or Health,

Breaking away from the pack: What's new in tobacco dependence treatment?.
Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute, American Psychiatric Nurses Association,

Treating tobacco dependence: Health promotion & the LifeSPAN Capaign.
New Directions and Partnerships for NYS American Psychiatric Nurses Association and OMH Nursing

Mobilizing psychiatric nurses nationwide to intervene with clients who smoke.
National Conference on Tobacco or Health,

Evidence-based approaches to smoking cessation.
CME symposium, On the Front Lines: Assiting Your Patients to Quit Smoking, American Association of Physician Assistants Annual Conference, Continuing Medical Education Enterprise

Physical and Mental Health Integration panel.
Technical Assitance Project Day, NYS Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors

Report from a national tobacco dependence survey of psychiatric nurses.
Poster presentation, Collier Mental Health Research Poster Session, U of R Department of Psychiatry

URSON Tobacco Dependence Intervention Program: Outcomes and Implications.
Invited meeting with NYS Office of Mental Health Commissioner M. Hogan, NYS OASAS Commissioner K. Carpenter-Palumbo, & NYS Department of Health Tobacco control Program Director J. Willet, U of R School of Nursing

Doctoral Education in Clinical Practice: The DNP.
Hematology-Oncology Associates

Practical Skills for Working with your Patients Who Smoke.
APNA Annual Conference, American Psychiatric Nurses Association

Smoking Cessation in Mental Health.
Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute, American Psychiatric Nurses Association

Motivating Health Behavior change.
Focus Group Results, Binghamton University Decker School of Nursing

Facilitatiing Tobacco Cessation through Clinician-Client Partnerships.
NY Cessation Center collaborative Statewide Conference Call, NY Department o Health, Bureau of Tobacco Use Prevention & Control

Coping Without Smoking.
Monroe County Wellness Initiative,

Promising Tobacco Interventions & Behavioral Health: Denormalizing Tobacco.
2nd Annual Western NY Conference, NY Department of Health Bureau of Tobacco Use Prevention & Control

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Seton Health Center for Smoking Cessation, NYS Office of Mental Health

The Doctor of Nursing Practice: URSON Proposed Program.
Advanced Practice Nurses, Rochester General Hospital

The Doctor of Nursing Practice: URSON Proposed Program.
Sovie Center APN Leadership Group , Strong Memorial Hospital

Tobacco Dependence Treatment and Mental Illness.
Psychiatry Grand Rounds, University of Rochester Department of Psychiatry

1st Annual Western NY Conference: Promising Tobacco Interventions & Behavioral Health, Translating Research to Practice.
1st Annual Western NY Conference, New York State Department of Health Tobacco Control Program

Tobacco Dependence Strategies & Resources.
Diabetes Care and Resource Center, via Health

Psychiatric nursing curricula at the University of Rochester SON.
, behalf of the U.S. State Department, University of Rochester

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Nurses Commencement Pinning Ceremony, SUNY Alfred

The University of Rochester and its Role in DNP.
SON Building Dedication, University of Rochester

A Process for Exploring the Doctor of Nursing Practice: Rochester's Model.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas

The DNP: Making the Case in the Institution.
DNP Regional Meeting, American Association of Colleges of Nursing

The "Great American Smoke Out:" Making the most of this opportunity to quit smoking.
Ventures Rehabilitation Program, University of Rochester Medical Center

Nicotine dependence: Intervention strategies and Resources.
Cardiac Rehabilitation Program, University of Rochester Medical Center

Community forum: The practice doctorate.
Three presentations, local hospitals--Highland, Strong, Park Ridge

Evidence-Based Multidisciplinary Strategies for Working with Children who Set Fires.
Seventh Annual Conference, International Society of...Health Nurses

Community Counts: Tobacco Dependence Initiatives in the Greater Rochester Area.
Department of Psychiatry special interest group, University of Rochester

Evidence-Based Multidisciplinary Strategies for Working with Children who Set Fires.
18th Annual Meeting, American Psychiatric Nurses Association

Perceived Practitioner Motivation for Smoking Cessation Intervention: Applying Gadow's Moral Framework for Nursing Self-Determination Theory.
Unity Health System, Evelyn Brandon Center

Chasing Excellence in Nursing.
Induction Ceremony, Sigma Theta Tau International, Epsilon Xi Chapter

Facilitating Self-Determined Tobacco Dependence Cessation.
10th annual meeting, Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco

Exploring Practitioner Motivation for Tobacco Dependence Treatment with Those Challenged by Serious and Persistent Mental Illness.
Unity Health System, Evelyn Brandon Center

The Role of Practitioner Motivation in Health Behavior Change.
Omicron Chapter Annual meeting at S.U., Sigma Theta Tau International

The Role of Patient Autonomy and Competence in Tobacco Dependence Treatment.
9th annual meeting, Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco

What About Smoking?.
Rochester Psychiatric Center

The Influence of Perceived Practitioner Motivation for Smoking Cessation Intervention on Patients' Motivational Resources for Stopping Smoking.
State of the Science Congress

Smoking Pre-Term Labor and High-Risk Pregnancy.
3rd Annual Evidence-Based Practice Conference, University of Rochester School of Nursing

The Nursing Role in Smoking Cessation.
21st Annual Conference, Syracuse Area Psychiatric Nurses

Measuring Practitioner Motivation for Smoking Cessation Intervention: The Perceived Practitioner Motivation Scale.
Eastern Nursing Research Society

Psychiatric Nurses as Advocates for the Preservation of Humanistic Values in Health Care: Motivational and Moral Perspectives.
Northwestern NY Chapter Regional Conferenc, American Psychiatric Nurses Association

Supporting Autonomous Motivation in Patients with Diabetes.
State of the Science Congress

Two Linked Studies of the Stress-diathesis Model of Depression.
State of the Science Congress

RINAH in Rochester: What Difference Will It Make?.
Research Exchange, University of Rochester School of Nursing

Working with Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder.
Benjamin Rush Center

The Challenge of Change: Defining Our Roles in a Dynamic Health Care Environment.
Northwester NY Chapter Networking Meeting, American Psychiatric Nurses Association

The Use of Presence in the Nursing Care of Families: Exploring Caregiving in the Chemotherapy Infusion Center.
Nurse Appreciation Day, Benjamin Rush Center

Sequential Methodological Triangulation to Study Depressive Symptoms in Young Women.
Annual Conference, Eastern Nursing Research Society

The Use of Presence in the Nursing Care of Families: Exploring Caregiving in the Chemotherapy Infusion Center.
14th Annual Conference: Psychiatric Nurses ..., Society for Education and Research in ...Nursing

A Strategic Approach in Working with "Difficult" People.
Benjamin Rush Center

The DrinkWise Program and Other Interventions for People Who Drink Too Much.
"Reconsider: Forum on Drug Policy", Adelphia Cable Studios

Another Way to Look at Alcohol Abuse: A New Model.
Veterans Administration Hospital

New Practices and Theories in Alcohol Treatment.
Syracuse Area Psychiatric Nurses

The DrinkWise Program: A Brief Intervention for Problem Drinkers.
Committee on Impaired Nursing Practice, New York State Nurses Association

The Challenge of Change: Rethinking Alcohol Abuse.
State of the Art of Psychiatric Nursing, 1974-1994, The Ohio State University

Alcohol and Adolescents.
"Prime Time Live", Media Unit

Update on Treatment Approaches to Alcohol.
Elmira State Hospital

Working with the Borderline Client from a Bowen.
Elmira State Hospital

Limit Setting vs. Power Struggles.
Elmira State Hospital

Limit Setting, Power Struggles, and Bowen Theory.
St. Luke's Memorial Hospital

The Borderline Client in the Milieu.
Benjamin Rush Center

Awards

Health Care Achievement Award in Nursing.
Rochester Business Journal, 2012

Visiting Scholar.
McLean Hospital, 2011

Outstanding Scholarly Practitioner.
URSON, 2010

Visiting Scholar.
University of Cincinnati College of Nursing , 2010

Nurse Advisory Panel.
New York State Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services, 2009

Best Practices in the Treatment of Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder in a Community-Based Program.
American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 2008

Distinguished Practitioner.
National Academies of Practice, 2006

Professional Advancement Award.
University of Rochester School of Nursing, 2006

Promising New Investigator Award.
University of Rochester School of Nursing, 2005

2002 Dissertation Award.
Sigma Theta Tau, Epsilon Xi Chapter, 2003

Graduate Clinical Preceptor Award.
University of Rochester, 2002

Outstanding Student Poster Presentation Award.
Eastern Nursing Research Society, 2001

Who's Who in American Universities & Colleges.
Who's Who Among Students, 2001

Doctoral Student Award.
Society for Education & Research in ...Nursing, 1997

Outstanding Nurse Award.
University of Rochester, 1994

Advanced Practice Award.
Syracuse Area Psychiatric Nurses, 1994

Orvis Award (most outstanding graduate).
SUNY Alfred, 1992

McFarland Pediatric Nurse Scholarship.
University of Rochester, 1991

King Scholarship.
University of Rochester, 1990

Dean's Scholar, for four consecutive years.
University of Delaware, 1973

Memberships

International Society of ...Nurses

Phi Theta Kappa

National Academies of Practice

NAPNAP

Sigma Theta Tau

American Psychiatric Nurses Association

Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco

Sigma Theta Tau

American Nurses Association

Eastern Nursing Research Society

New York State Nurses Association

APON

Community Service

East House Program Review Committee, Committee member

United Way Disability Services, Advisory Panel Member for the 2013-2016 Investment Cycle

Camp Good Days and Special Times, Nurse Volunteer and Bereavement Counselor

NY Care Coordination Program Health Promotion Committee, Member

Behavioral Health Tobacco Intervention Coalition of Upstate NY, Member

Perinatal Network of Monroe County Smoking Cessation Workgroup, Member

Teens Living with Cancer (MLLF), Board of Directors, Medical Advisory Board

American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Northwestern NY State Chapter, Member, Board of Directors

Central Counties Professional Nurses Association, Vice-President

University of Pennsylvania, Member

Sigma Theta Tau, Chairperson

Syracuse University College of Nursing, Member

Sigma Theta Tau, Charter Member

Camp Broncho-Power, Nurse Volunteer

Sigma Theta Tau, President

Sigma Theta Tau, Member

Fayetteville-Manlius School District, Member

State University of New York Health Science Center College of Nursing, Member

Syracuse Area Psychiatric Nurses, Member, Conference Planning Committee-1992, 1993, 1995, 1996; as well as Chairperson of the Nominating Committee between 1992-1993

Syracuse University, Board Member

Sigma Theta Tau, Delegate

Sigma Theta Tau, President-elect

Fayetteville-Manlius Community Partners, President, 1992-1993; Member, Board of Directors, 1991-1994;

University of Pennsylvania, President-elect

University of Pennsylvania, Chairperson

University of Delaware, Member