June Andrews Horowitz, PhD
Associate Dean / Professor
College of Nursing & Health Sciences
|1982||New York University||PhD|
|1973||School of Nursing, Boston College||BS|
Weekly seminar discussions or presentations based on nursing or interdisciplinary research, theory development or methods alternating with focused dissertation discussions with faculty. Detailed exploration of grant development skills integrated across the four semester sequence supports skill development for dissertation proposal.
Online and Continuing Education Courses
First of three mentored practica to facilitate the scholarly project and develop the DNP role. The focus of this residency is to identify and assess a practice problem and develop an evidence-based project proposal. Collaborative assessment and planning strategies are utilized to support the proposal development process. Opportunities are provided to consider the inter-professional perspectives of the problem. This practicum lays the foundation for the development of collaborative and inter-professional knowledge, skills and attitudes. Course development was guided by the AACN (2006) Essentials for DNP Education.
- Perinatal mental health disorders, including postpartum depression
- Maternal-infant interaction
- Family mental health
Horowitz, J. A., Murphy, C. Gregory, K. Wojcik, J., Pulcini, J., Solon, L. (2016).
Relationship among postpartum depression screening, symptom severity and treatment rate
Horizonte de Enfermería
Lyons, K., Giordano, C., Speakman, E, Smith, K., & Horowitz, J.A. (2016).
Jefferson Teamwork Observation Guide (JTOG): An instrument to observe teamwork behaviors
Journal of Allied Health, 45, 49-53c.
Mooney-Doyle, K., Deatrick, J., Horowitz, J. A. (2015).
Tasks and Communication as an Avenue for to Enhance parenting of Children Birth -5 Years; An Integrated Review
Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 30, 184-207.