Mary H. Wilde, PhD, RN

Associate Professor
Mary H. Wilde

Contact Information

255 Crittenden Blvd. Box SON Rochester, NY 14642
Work: (585) 275-9682
Fax: (585) 273-1268
Email:

Education

PhD, 1999. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, US

MS, 1985. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US

BSN, 1970. Boston College, Chestnut Hill , MA, US

Diploma, 1968. Lenox Hill Hospital School of Nursing , New York, NY, US

Experience

Consultations to Universities, Health, and Science Agencies: 12/2007 - 1/2008. Consultant. Birchwood Laboratories (new products for incontinence). Eden Prairie, MN, US.

Consultations to Universities, Health, and Science Agencies: 1/1994 - 9/1994. Consultant and program planner. Fingerlakes Visiting Nurse Service (Incontinence ). Geneva, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 7/2005 - Current. Associate Professor. University of Rochester (Nursing). Rochester, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 8/2003 - 8/2005. Associate Professor. University of Massachusetts Amherst (Nursing). Amherst, MA, US.

Faculty Appointments: 8/1999 - 8/2003. Assistant Professor. Syracuse University (Nursing). Syracuse, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 9/1988 - 9/1990. Assistant Professor. SUNY Institute of Technology (Nursing). Utica, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 9/1986 - 9/1988. Lecturer. Wayne State University (Nursing). Detroit, MI, US.

Fellowship (Post Doctoral): 7/2002 - 1/2004. Post-doctoral fellow. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Nursing). Chapel Hill, NC, US.

Fellowship (Pre Doctoral): 9/1996 - 3/1999. Research/teaching assistant. University of Rochester (Nursing). Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 4/1999 - 8/1999. Community Health Nurse. Herkimer County Public Health Department (Nursing). Herkimer, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 6/1997 - 9/1997. Supervisor. At-Home Care (Community Health Nursing). Herkimer, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 9/1990 - 1/1996. Research Nurse. M. I. Bassett Hospital, Research Institute (Community and epidemiological research). Cooperstown, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 9/1985 - 7/1986. Supervisor. Greenfield Home Health Care (Community Health Nursing). Detroit, MI, US.

Professional Experience: 5/1983 - 7/1985. Relief PHN. Visiting Nurse Association of Metropolitan Detroit (Community Health Nursing). Detroit, MI, US.

Professional Experience: 9/1980 - 9/1982. PHN. Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center (Community Health Nursing). Chicago, IL, US.

Professional Experience: 3/1978 - 8/1980. PHN. Nursing Service, Inc. (Community Health Nursing). Ridgewood, NJ, US.

Professional Experience: 3/1975 - 9/1976. PHN. VNA of Easton, PA (Community Health Nursing). Easton, PA, US.

Professional Experience: 1/1974 - 5/1974. PHN. Arlington VNA (Community Health Nursing). Arlington, MA, US.

Professional Experience: 6/1973 - 8/1973. Head Nurse. Joslin Diabetic Camp for Boys (Nursing). Charlton, MA, US.

Professional Experience: 1/1973 - 6/1973. Staff Nurse. Deaconess Hospital Diabetes Treatment Unit (Diabetes Nursing). Boston, MA, US.

Professional Experience: 9/1971 - 1/1973. PHN. Malden Community Nurses (Community Health Nursing). Malden, MA, US.

Professional Experience: 7/1970 - 9/1971. PHN. Princeton Hospital Community Health & VNS (Community Health Nursing). Princeton, NJ, US.

Professional Experience: 7/1969 - 8/1969. Staff Nurse. Boston VNA (Community Health Nursing). Boston, MA, US.

Professional Experience: 6/1968 - 8/1968. Charge Nurse. Dover General Hospital (Nursing). Dover, NJ, US.

Research

A Web-Based Self-Management Intervention for Intermittent Urinary Catheter Users . 6/2013 - Current. National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Nurisng Research.

Self-management of urine flow in long-term urinary catheter users. 9/2008 - Current. NIH/NINR.

Self-management Issues and Concerns in People with Long-term Urinary Catheters . 3/2008 - 6/2010. Hollister International.

Prospective Study on the Use of Urinary Catheters in Homecare . 8/2006 - 8/2008. Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nursing Society (Hollister Continence Grant).

Pilot of Self-monitoring of Urine Flow in People with Long-term Urinary Catheters. 2/2006 - 2/2007. FRSG: University of Rochester.

Sensations of Urine Flow in People with Foley Catheters. 7/2002 - 1/2004. NINR.

Factors Associated with Urinary Tract Infection in People with Long-term Urinary Catheterization. 1/2000 - 5/2002. Syracuse University .

Experience of Long-term Urinary Catheter Use. 9/1996 - 3/1999. NINR.

Catheter Care Among Home Care Clients with Long Term Urinary Catheterization. 5/1985 - 5/1986.

Publications

Wilde, M.H., Bliss, D.Z., Booth, J., Cheater, F.M., & Tannenbaum, C.. (2014). Self-management of Urinary and fecal incontinence. American Journal of Nursing, 114 (1), 38-45.

Wilde, M. H., Zhang, F., Fairbanks, E., Shah, S., McDonald, M. V & Brasch, J.. (2013). Perceived Value of a New Urinary Catheter Self-Management Program. Home Healthcare Nurse, 31 (9), 465-473.

Wilde, M. H. & Zhang, F. . (2013). Best practices in managing the indwelling urinary catheter for the homecare patient. Perspectives, 10 (1), 1,7-12.

Wilde, M. H., Fader, M., Ostaszkiewicz, J., Prieto, J. & Moore, K. (2013). A systematic review of urinary drainage bag decontamination for long-term use. Journal of Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing, 40 (3), 299-308.

Wilde M.H., McDonald M.V,, Brasch J., McMahon J.M., Fairbanks E., Shah S., Tang W., Scheid E. . (2013). Long-term Urinary Catheter Users Self-Care Practices and Problems . Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22, 256-67.

Cottenden, A., Bliss, D., Buckley, B., Fader, M., Gartley, C., Hayer, D , Ostaszkiewicz, J. , Pieters, R., & Wilde, M.H. (2013). Management using continence products. In P. Abrams, L. Cardozo, S. Khoury, & A. Wein A, Eds., Incontinence: 5th international consultation on incontinence. The Netherlands: ICUD-EAU Publishers, 5, 1651-1786.

Smith, J. A. Wilde, M. H. & Brasch, J. (2012). Internet recruitment and retention for a six months’ longitudinal study. Journal of Nursing Scholarshi, 44 (2), 165-170.

Andreessen, L., Wilde, M. H., & Herendeen, P. . (2012). Preventing catheter-associated urinary tract infections in acute care: the bundle approach. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 27 (3), 1-9, DOI: 10.1097/NCQ.0b013e318248b0b1..

Wilde, M. H. , Brasch, J., & Zhang, Y. (2011). A qualitative descriptive study of self-management issues in people with long-term intermittent urinary catheters. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 67 (6), 67(6), 1254–1263. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2010.05583.x.

Wilde, M. H., Brasch, J., Getliffe, K., Brown, K. A., McMahon, J. Smith, J. A., Anson, E., Tang, W., & Tu, X. (2010). Study on the use of long-term urinary catheters in community dwelling individuals. Journal of Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing, 37 (3), 301-310.

Wilde, M. H., Getliffe, K., Brasch, J., McMahon, J. Anson, E., Tu, X. (2010). A New Urinary Catheter-related Quality of Life Instrument for Adults. Neurourology and Urodynamics, DOI 10:1002/nau20865.

Fader, M., Cottenden, A., Bliss, D., Buckley, B., Getliffe, K. A., Paterson, J., Pieters, R., Wilde, M.H. . (2009). Making sense of continence products and devices. Urology News, 13 (2), 2-24.

Parker, D., Callan, L., Harwood, J., Thompson, D., Webb, M.L., Wilde, M., & Wilson, M. . (2009). Catheter-associated urinary tract infection. Fact sheet. Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing, 36 (2), 156-159..

Wilson, M., Wilde, M., Webb, M.L., Thompson, D., Parker, D., Harwood, J., Callan, L., Gray, M.. (2009). Nursing interventions to reduce the risk of catheter-associated urinary tract infection. Part II, Staff education, monitoring, and care techniques. . Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing, , 36 (2), 137-154.

Parker, D., Callan, L., Harwood, J., Thompson, D., Wilde, M., Gray, M. . (2009). Nursing interventions to reduce the risk of catheter-associated urinary tract infection. Part I, Catheter selection. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nursing, 36 (1), 23-34.

Continence Subcommittee- Jinbo, A., Crumley, C. ,Ducher, J., Kupsick, P., Maloy, J., McTigue, T., Parker, D., Short, T., Thompson, D., Walsh, N. & Wilde, M. H.. (2009). Indwelling Urinary Catheters: Best Practice for Clinicians. Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing Society, 52 pp.

Cottenden, A., Bliss, D., Fader, M., Getliffe, K., Buckley, B., Wilde, M.H., & Pieters, R. . (2009). Management using continence products. Incontinence. 4th International Consultation on Incontinence, 4th ed. Paris: Health Publication LTD., 4, 1519-1644.

Wilde, M.H. & Brasch, J. . (2008). An Intervention to Teach Self-monitoring of Urine Flow in Long-term Catheter Users. International Journal of Urological Nursing, 2 (2), 62-71.

Wilde, M.H. & Brasch, J. . (2008). A Pilot Study of Self-Monitoring of Urine Flow in People with Long-Term Urinary Catheters. Research in Nursing and Health, 31 (5), 490-500.

Wilde, M.H. & Garvin, S. (2007). A concept analysis of self-monitoring. Journal of Advanced Nursing , 57 (3), 339-350.

Fader, M., Zimmaro-Bliss, D., Clark-O'Neill, S., Cottenden, A., Getliffe, K., Herrera, H. H. , Paterson, J., Szonyi, & Wilde, M.. (2006). Containment and stress urinary incontinence: current perspectives in product provision, usage, and evaluation. In L. Cardozo, D. Robinson, & A. Miles, Eds., Effective management of stress urinary incontinece. London, UK.: Aesculapius Medical Press., 103-23..

Wilde, M.H. & Dougherty, M.C. (2006). Awareness of urine flow in people with long-term urinary catheters. With Commentary from B. Roe and Response by Authors. Journal of Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing, 33 (2), 164-75.

Wilde, MH & Getliffe, KA. (2006). Urinary catheter care for older adults. Annals of Long-Term Care: Clinical Care and Aging, 14 (8), 38-42.

Cottenden, A., Bliss, D.., Fader, M., Getliffe, K.A., Herrera,H., Paterson, J., Szonyi, G., Wilde, M. (2005). Chapter 4: Management with continence products. Urinary Incontinence, 3rd ICS Consultation, 3, 149-255.

Wilde, MH. (2004). Urinary catheter management for the older adult patient. Clinical Geriatrics, 12 (4), 26-32.

Wilde, M.H., Albanese, E., Rennells, R., & Bullock, Q.. (2004). Development of a student nurses' clinic for homeless men. Public Health Nursing, 21 (4), 354-60.

Wilde, MH. (2003). Meanings and practical knowledge of people with long-term urinary catheters. With commentary by B.L Cameron. Journal of Wound Ostomy Continence Nursing, 30 (1), 33-43.

Wilde, MH & Carrigan, MJ. (2003). A chart audit of factors related to urine flow and urinary tract infection . Journal of Advanced Nursing , 43 (3), 254-262.

Wilde, MH. (2003). Life with an indwelling urinary catheter: The dialectic of stigma and acceptance. Qualitative Health Research, 13 (9), 1189-1204.

Wilde, AJ, Wilde, MH, & Hensel, ML. (2003). Glimpses into the world of a sick teenager. American Journal of Nursing , 103 (12), 47-49.

Wilde, MH. (2003). Embodied knowledge in chronic illness and injury. Nursing Inquiry, 10 (3), 170-6.

Wilde, MH. (2003). Urinary tract infection in people with long-term urinary catheters. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 30, 314-23.

Wilde, MH. (2002). Urine flowing: A phenomenological study of living with a urinary catheter. Research in Nursing and Health, 25, 14-24.

Wilde, MH. (2002). Home care clinics: Long-term catheters. ADVANCE: for Providers of Post-Acute Care, 5 (6), 22-4.

Wilde, MH. (2002). Understanding urinary catheter problems from the patient's point of view. Home Healthcare Nurse, 20 (7), 449-56.

Price, C & Wilde, MH . (2000). To the editor:... "Why embodiment now?" . Advances in Nursing Science. , 23 (1), vi-vii.

Wilde, MH. (1999). Why embodiment now? . Advances in Nursing Science, 22 (2), 25-38.

Wilde, MH. (1997). The caring connection in nursing: A concept analysis. International Journal for Human Caring, 1 (1), 18-24.

Wilde, MH. (1997). Long term urinary catheterization: Conceptualizing the research base. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 25, 1252-61.

Wilde, MH. (1991). Foley catheter management at home. Home Healthcare Nurse, 9 (3), 39-45.

Wilde, MH. (1986). Living with a Foley. American Journal of Nursing, 86 (10), 1121-3.

Presentations

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Catheters and Nursing Issues of Underactive Bladder.
First Congress on Urological Research and Education on Aging UnderActive Bladder, First Congress on Urological Research and Education on Aging UnderActive Bladder

Self-management of Urine Flow in Long-term Urinary Catheter Users.
First Congress on Urological Research and Education on Aging UnderActive Bladder

Self-management in long-term urinary catheter users.
46th Annual Conference, WOCN Society's

Randomized trial of self-management of urine flow in long-term indwelling catheter users.
2014 State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research, The Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science

. Seminar on Design: Conduct and Testing of Theory Based Interventions: Exemplars, Challenges. Long-Term Indwelling Urinary Catheter Self-Management;.
Annual meeting, ENRS

Urinary Catheter Securement.
Research Hour, School of Nursing

Urinary Catheter Self-management Research.
Research Hour, School of Nursing

Symptoms of catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI) in long-term indwelling urinary catheter users.
Annual meeting, ENRS

Urinary Catheter Management and Self-management Research.
Regional Meeting, WOCN Society Northeast Region and the Greater New York Chapter of the Dermatology Nurses’ Association

Self- management for people with long-term urinary catheters.
Nurses Forum , Nurses Forum 43rd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society

A new urinary catheter self-efficacy scale (C-SE), .
Annual Conference, 43rd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society

Urinary catheterization: Evaluating benefit versus risk and the application of new technology .
Annual Conference, 43rd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society

Development and psychometric evaluation of a self report quality of life questionnaire for individuals with long term indwelling catheter: The ICIQ-LTCQOL.
Annual Conference, 43rd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society

A new urinary catheter self-management scale (C-SMG), .
Annual Conference, 43rd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society

Development of a quality of life tool for long-term catheter-users.
The Engineeering Challenge: Innvovating for Continence , Simon Foundation for Continence

Long-term Indwelling Urinary Catheter Problems. .
42nd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, October 17, 2012, International Continence Society

Self-care practices for people with long-term urinary catheters.
42nd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, International Continence Society Nurses Group

. Revised Catheter-related Quality of Life Instrument, C-IQoL2. .
42nd Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, October17, 2012, International Continence Society

Self-management for people with long-term urinary catheters. .
, Beijing University ofTraditional Chinese Medicine, School of Nursing

Self-management in long-term urinary catheter users. Workshop podium presentation on .
Annual Conference, International Continence Society

Management and Self-management of Indwelling Urinary Catheters.
Research Day, Saint Joseph’s Hospital Health Center

Design Issues and Obstacles for Everyday Use of Intermittent Urinary Catheter.
Simon Foundation Innovating for Continence Conference: The Engineering Challenge, Simon Foundation

Self-management issues and concerns in intermittent urinary catheter users.
Annual conference, APHA

A Qualitative Descriptive Study of Self-management Issues in People with Long-term Intermittent Urinary Catheters.
Annual Meeting, International Continence Society and International Urogynecological Association.

Study on the use of long-term urinary catheters in community-dwelling individuals.
39th International Continence Society Meeting, Inernational Continence Society

A New Urinary Catheter-related Quality of Life Instrument for Adults.
39th International Continence Society Meeting, International Continence Society

Pilot study of self-monitoring of urine flow in people with long-term urinary catheters.
40th annual meeting, Wound Ostomy & Continence Nursing Society

WOC Best Practice: Indwelling Urinary Catheter .
40th annual meeting, Wound Ostomy & Continence Nursing Society

Prospective Study on the Use of Urinary Catheters .
40th annual meeting, Wound Ostomy & Continence Nursing Society

Living with a Long-term Urinary Catheter: Impact on Quality of Life .
Urinary Catheterization: Promises, Problems and Practicalities, International Continence Society

ICS Nursing Members Survey.
Annual Conference, International Continence Society

Awareness of Urine Flow in People with Long-term Urinary Catheters.
Annual Conference, International Continence Society

Using the PHN Wheel in Teaching Undergraduate Students to Work with Homeless Populations.
Annual Conference, Association of Community Health Educators

Sensations of Urine Flow in People with Long-term Urinary Catheterization.
Annual Conference, ENRS

Technical aspects of continence devices--ICS strategies.
Contnence: The Ultimate Goal, Continence Foundation of Australia

Sensations of Urine Flow in People with Long-term Urinary Catheters.
Annual Conference, Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing Society

Raising Awareness of Disability and Continence.
Continence in the 'European Year of Disabled Peopl, Royal College of Nursing

A Chart Audit of Factors Related to Urine Flow and Urinary Tract Infection.
Annual Conference, ENRS

Urinary Catheter Care: Principles and Practical Tips Based on Research and Experience.
Virtual Seminar (teleconference), National Association for Home Care

Embodied Drawings of a Sick Child: Glimpses into his World.
Annual Conference, International Association for Human Caring

Embodied Knowledge in Chronic Illness and Injury: Learning from Unaware Awareness.
6th Philosophy in the Nurses' World Conference, Institute for Philosophical Nursing Research

Living with a Long-Term Urinary Catheter.
Conference, Inter-urban Spinal Cord Association

Vulnerability in Living with a Long-Term Urinary Catheter.
Annual Conference, ENRS

The Experience of Living with a Long-Term Urinary Catheter.
32nd Annual Conference, Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing Society

A Discussion of Issues Confronted in Randomized Trials of Interventions Carried out in the Home.
Annual Conference, ENRS

Phenomenology of the Body: The Experience of Long-Term Urinary Catheterization.
Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences, University of Colorado

The Caring Connection in Nursing: A Concept Analysis.
Annual Conference, International Association for Human Caring

Does a Dietary Program to Lower Cholesterol Affect Patients' Quality of Life? .
Annual Conference, Society for Behavioral Medicine

Catheter Care Among Home Care Clients with Long-Term Urinary Catheterization.
First National Home Care Symptosium, University of Michigan

Awards

Professional Advancement Award.
University of Rochester, School of Nursing, 2011

Research Fellowship.
International Continence Society , 2010

Loretta Ford Fellowship.
University of Rochester School of Nursing, 1992

Non-Traditional Scholarship.
Rackham Graduate School, 1983

Philosophy Award.
Boston College School of Nursing, 1970

Medical-Surgical Nursing and Pediatrics.
Lenox Hill Hospital, 1968

Memberships

International Continence Society

Sigma Theta Tau

American Public Health Association

Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing Society

American Nurses Association , Member

Eastern Nurses Research Society

International Association for Human Caring

Association of Community Health Nurse

American Nurses Association

Central Counties NYSNA

Community Service

International Continence Society, Member

National Institute of Health, Study section

International Continence Society, Member

Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing Society, Member

Rescue Mission, Volunteer Nurse

Church of Christ Uniting, Organizer and facilitator

Interfaith Caregivers, Organizer & board member

Michigan Transcultural Nursing Society, Treasurer

Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services, Member