• Dr. Frank's efforts are divided between her positions as Grants Development Specialist for the School's Office of Research and Scholarship and Project Manager for the NEPQR HRSA award, “Interprofessional Collaborative Practice at the PATH Clinic”. In the ORS, Dr Frank offers assistance with grant writing and manuscript preparation to faculty. She has research/scholarly interests in cognitive symptoms in breast cancer survivors and in management of Type 1 Diabetes in emerging adults with no insurance.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title Altmetric
    2018 Using Data Analytics as Evidentiary Support for Financial Outcome Success in Nurse-Led Population-Based Clinics.Journal for Healthcare Quality.  39:391-396. 2018
    2018 Improving Population Health Among Uninsured Patients with Diabetes.Population Health Management.  21:373-377. 2018
    2018 Improving population health among uninsured patients with diabetesPopulation Health Management2018
    2018 Speed of processing training in Middle-aged and older breast cancer survivors (SOAR): Results of a randomized controlled pilot.Breast Cancer Research and Treatment.2018
    2018 Speed of processing training in middle-aged and older breast cancer survivors (SOAR): results of a randomized controlled pilot.Breast Cancer Research and Treatment.  168:259-267. 2018
    2017 Providing primary care using an interprofessional collaborative practice model: What clinicians have learned.Journal of Professional Nursing.  33:410-416. 2017
    2017 Providing primary care using an interprofessional collaborative practice model: What clinicians have learned.Journal of Professional Nursing2017
    2017 Using data analytics as evidentiary support forfinancial outcome success in 2 nurse-led population based clinics.Journal for Healthcare Quality2017
    2017 An Integrative Review of Psychosocial Concerns Among Young African American Breast Cancer Survivors.Cancer Nursing.  41:139-155. 2017
    2016 Interventions for Cognitive Deficits in Breast Cancer Survivors Treated With Chemotherapy.Cancer Nursing.  40:E11-E27. 2016
    2016 The Implementation of a Patient Assistance Program in a Free Clinic Setting: A Case Report.Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.  27:1183-1191. 2016
    2015 Cognitive Deficits in Breast Cancer Survivors After Chemotherapy and Hormonal Therapy.Journal of Neuroscience Nursing.  47:302-312. 2015
    2015 Cognitive deficits in breast cancer survivors after chemotherapy and hormonal therapyJournal of Neuroscience Nursing2015
    2015 Information at the Point of Care: An Informational Application for Cancer Resources.Computers in Nursing.  33:390-395. 2015
    2015 Information at the point of care: An informational application for cancer resourcesComputers, Informatics, Nursing2015
    2015 Evaluation of Team-Based Care in an Urban Free Clinic Setting.Nursing Administration Quarterly.  39:254-262. 2015
    2015 Team-based care in an urban free clinic setting.Nursing Administration Quarterly2015
    2014 Attention and memory deficits in breast cancer survivors: implications for nursing practice and research.Journal of Neuroscience Nursing.  46:274-284. 2014
    1990 Progressive aphasia: A precursor of global dementia?Neurology1990
    1989 Is word recognition automatic? A cognitive-anatomical approachJ. Cognitive Neuroscience1989
    1987 Language changes in health aging and dementiaAdvances in Applied Psycholinguistics1987
    1987 Perseveration in behavioral neurologyNeurology1987
    1986 Confabulation in aphasia.Cortex.  22:621-626. 1986
    1986 Perseveration in aphasiaCortex1986
    1984 Varieties of perseverationNeuropsychologia1984
    1980 The episode schema in story processingJounal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior1980
    1978 Competency in senile dementiaArchives of the Foundation of Thanathology1978
    BSN to PhD: A Pathway to Excellence and SuccessJournal of Nursing Education

    Research Overview

  • Co-teaching the Grants Processes Course with Dr. Karen Meneses. The course is designed to expose PhD students to the processes involved in grant writing, using the NIH NRSA (F31) as a template.
  • Education And Training

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Trinity College
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Experimental Psychology, Cornell University
  • Awards And Honors

    Full Name

  • Jennifer Frank
  • Blazerid

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