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Charlene C. Quinn, PhD, RN

Academic Title:

Associate Professor

Primary Appointment:

Epidemiology & Public Health

Additional Title:

Adjunct Assistant Professor, UMBC; Associate Professor/Secondary Faculty Member, UMd School of Nursing

Location:

660 W. Redwood Street, Howard Hall-Suite 215 Baltimore, MD 21201-1596

Phone (Primary):

(410) 706-2406

Fax:

(410) 706-4433

Education and Training

1976: B.S.N. Duke University, Magna Cum Laude
1981: M.S. University of Maryland Baltimore, Gerontological Nursing (Honors)
1998: Ph.D. The Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, Health Services Research

Research/Clinical Keywords

Older adults, mobile health, telehealth, diabetes, chronic disease, health policy

Highlighted Publications

Quinn C.C., Gruber-Baldini AL, Shardell M, Weed K, Clough SS, Peeples M, Terrin M, Bronich-Hall L, Barr E, Lender D. Mobile Diabetes Intervention Study: Testing a Personalized Treatment/Behavioral Communication Intervention for Blood Glucose Control. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 30 (4) 2009, 334-346. PMID: 19250979. Epub February 27, 2009.

Quinn, C.C., Gruber-Baldini, A.L., Port, C.L., May, C., Stuart, B., Hebel, J.R., Zimmerman, S., Burton, L., Zuckerman, I.H., Fahlman, C., Magaziner J. The Role of Nursing Home Admission and Dementia Status on Diabetes Care. Journal of American Geriatrics Society, 57:1628–1633, 2009. PMID: 19682125/PMCID: PMC3010243.

Quinn, C.C., Shardell, M, Terrin, M., Barr, E., Ballew, S., Gruber-Baldini, A.L., A Cluster Randomized Trial of a Mobile Phone Personalized Behavioral Intervention for Blood Glucose Control, Diabetes Care, 34 (9), 2011, 1934-42. Epub July 25, 2011. PMID: 21788632/PMCID: PMC3161305.

Quinn, C.C., Shardell, M.D, Terrin, M.L., Barr, E.A., Park, D., Shaikh, F., Guralnik, J.M., Gruber-Baldini, A.L., Mobile Diabetes Intervention for Glycemic Control in 45 to 64 Year Old Persons with Type 2 Diabetes, Journal of Applied Gerontology, August 6, 2014. 0733464814542611

Burke, L.E., Kristen, M.J., Azar, Bennett, G.G. Ma, J., Peterson, E., Quinn, C.C., Riley, W., Shah, S.H., Spring, B., Steinberger, J., Stephens, J., Suffoletto, B., Turan, T.N., Zheng, Y. Scientific Statement: Current Science on Consumer Use of Technology for CVD Prevention. Circulation. 2015;132(12):1157-213.

Cross, R.K., Jambaulikar, G., Langenberg, P., Tracy, J.K., Collins, J.F., Katze, J, Quinn, C.C. TELEmedicine for Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease(TELE-IBD); Design and Implementation of Randomized Clinical Trial. ContemporaryClinical Trials. 2015, Vol 42, p132-144.

 

Additional Publication Citations

Peer-reviewed journal articles

1. Baumgarten M, Lebel P, Laprise H, Leclerc C, Quinn, C.C. Adult day care for the frail elderly: Outcomes, satisfaction, and cost. Journal of Aging and Health, 14, 2002, 381-386. PMID: 11995742. [Contributed to data analysis and interpretation; revised manuscript]

2. Van Doorn C, Gruber-Baldini A, Zimmerman S, Hebel JR, Baumgarten, M, Quinn C.C., Magaziner J. Dementia as a risk factor for falls and fall injuries among nursing home residents. Journal of American Geriatrics Society, 51 (9), 2003,1213-1218. [Co-investigator; contributed to data analysis and interpretation; drafted and revised manuscript]

3. Resnick B, Quinn C.C., Simpson M, Baxter S. Testing the Feasibility and Effectiveness of Two Clinical Guidelines in Long Term Care. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, January/February, 2004,1-8. PMID: 14706122. [Contributed to study design, data analysis and interpretation; drafted and revised manuscript]

4. Resnick, B., Quinn, C.C., Simpson, M., Baxter, S. Clinical outcomes following implementation of the pain and falls AMDA clinical guidelines. Pride Institute of Long Term Care. January, 2004. [Co-Investigator; contributed to study design, data analysis and interpretation; drafted and revised manuscript]

5. Magaziner, J., Zimmerman, S., Gruber-Baldini, A.L., van Doorn, C., Hebel, J.R., German, P., Burton, L., Taler, G., May, C., Quinn, C.C., Port, C.L., & Baumgarten, M. for the Epidemiology of Dementia in Nursing Homes Research Group. Mortality and adverse health events during the two years following nursing home entry in newly admitted nursing home residents with and without dementia. Journal of American Geriatrics Society, 53 (11) 2005, 1858-1866. PMID: 16274365. [Co-investigator; contributed to study analysis plan, data analysis and interpretation; drafted and revised manuscript]

6. Stuart, B., Gruber-Baldini, A.L., Fahlman, C., Quinn, C.C., Burton, L., Zuckerman, I.H., Hebel, J.R., Zimmerman, S., Singhal, P.K., Magaziner, J. Medicare Cost Differences Between Nursing Home Patients Admitted with and without Dementia. Gerontologist, 45, (4), 2005, 505-515. PMID: 16051913. [Co-investigator; contributed to study analysis plan, data analysis and interpretation; drafted and revised manuscript]

7. Stuart, B., Shaffer, T., Simoni-Wastila, L., Zuckerman, I., Quinn, C.C. Variation in Antidiabetic Medication Intensity Among Medicare Beneficiaries with Diabetes Mellitus. American Journal of Geriatric Pharmacotherapy, 5 (3), 2007, 195-208. PMID: 17996659. [Contributed to data analysis and interpretation; revised manuscript]

8. Zimmerman, S., Gruber-Baldini, A.L., Hebel, J., Burton, L., Boockvar, K., Taler, G., Quinn, C. C. Magaziner, J. Nursing Home Characteristics Related to Medicare Costs for Residents with and without Dementia. American Journal of Alzeheimers Disease and Other Dementias, 23 (1), 2008 57-65. PMID: 18276958. [Co-investigator; contributed to study analysis plan, data analysis and interpretation; drafted and revised manuscript]

9. Quinn, C.C., Clough, S., Minor, J., Lender, D., Gruber-Baldini, A., Okafor, M. WellDoc™ Mobile Diabetes Management Randomized Control Trial: Change in Clinical and Behavioral Outcomes, Patient and Physician Satisfaction. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics, 10 (3), 2008, 160-168. PMID: 18473689. [Principal Investigator; designed and conducted study; led data analysis and interpretation; wrote manuscript]

10. Quinn, C.C., Port CL, Zimmerman S, Gruber-Baldini AL, Kasper JD, Fleshner I, Yody

B, Loome J, Magaziner J. Short-Stay Nursing Home Rehabilitation Patients: Transitional Care Problems Pose Research Challenges. Journal of American Geriatrics Society, 56 (10), 2008, 1940–1945. Epub August 4, 2008. PMID: 18691277/PMCID:2596274/NIHMS:64899 [Principal Investigator; designed and conducted study; led data analysis and interpretation; wrote and revised manuscript]

11. Marx, K., Quinn, C.C. Male Osteoporosis: Policy Gaps in Prevention and Treatment. Journal of Aging and Social Policy, 21 (2), 2009, 119-129. PMID: 19333837. [Faculty mentor; drafted and revised manuscript]

12. Rich, S., Gruber-Baldini, A., Quinn, C.C., Zimmerman, S. Discussion as a Factor in the Racial Disparity in Advance Directive Completion at Nursing Home Admission. Journal of American Geriatrics Society, 57 (1), 2009, 146-52. PMID: 19170791/PMCID: PMC3005553.[Faculty mentor; edited manuscript]

13. Quinn C.C., Gruber-Baldini AL, Shardell M, Weed K, Clough SS, Peeples M, Terrin M, Bronich-Hall L, Barr E, Lender D. Mobile Diabetes Intervention Study: Testing a Personalized Treatment/Behavioral Communication Intervention for Blood Glucose Control. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 30 (4) 2009, 334-346. PMID: 19250979. Epub February 27, 2009. [Principal Investigator; designed and conducted study; led data analysis and interpretation; wrote and edited manuscript]

14. Quinn, C.C., Gruber-Baldini, A.L., Port, C.L., May, C., Stuart, B., Hebel, J.R., Zimmerman, S., Burton, L., Zuckerman, I.H., Fahlman, C., Magaziner J. The Role of Nursing Home Admission and Dementia Status on Diabetes Care. Journal of American Geriatrics Society, 57:1628–1633, 2009. PMID: 19682125/PMCID: PMC3010243. [Co-Investigator; designed analysis plan; led data analysis and interpretation; wrote and edited manuscript]

15. Gruber-Baldini, A.L., Stuart, S., Zuckerman, I., Hsu, V.D., Boockvar, K.S., Zimmerman, S., Kittner, S., Quinn, C.C., Hebel, J.R., May, C. & Magaziner, J. (2009). Sensitivity of nursing home cost comparisons to method of dementia diagnosis ascertainment. International Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 2009, Article ID 780720, 10 pages. Open Access Journal, accessible at: http://www.sage-hindawi.com/journals/ijad/2009/780720.ref.html. NIHMSID 159037. [Co-investigator; contributed to study analysis plan; edited manuscript]

16. Horn, S.D., Siobhan, S., Sharkey, S.S., Hudak, S., Smout, R.J., Quinn, C.C., Yody, B., Fleshner, I. Beyond CMS Quality Measure Adjustments: Identifying Key Resident and Nursing Home Facility Factors Associated with Quality Measures, Journal of American Medical Directors Association, 11 (7), 2010, 500-5, Epub April 3, 2010. PMID: 20816338. [Contributed to study analysis plan, data analysis and interpretation; drafted and edited manuscript]

17. Quinn, C.C., Royak-Schaler, R., Lender, D., Steinle, N., Gadalla, S., Zhan, M. Patient Understanding of Diabetes Self-Management: Implications for Mobile Messaging in Diabetes Care, Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, 5 (3), 2011, 723-730. PMID: 21722588. DOI: 10.1177/19322968110050032 [Planned analysis and interpreted data; drafted and revised manuscript]

18. Quinn, C.C., Shardell, M, Terrin, M., Barr, E., Ballew, S., Gruber-Baldini, A.L., A Cluster Randomized Trial of a Mobile Phone Personalized Behavioral Intervention for Blood Glucose Control, Diabetes Care, 34 (9), 2011, 1934-42. Epub July 25, 2011. PMID: 21788632/PMCID: PMC3161305. [Principal Investigator; designed and conducted study; led data analysis and interpretation; wrote and revised manuscript]

19. Quinn, C.C., Sareh, P.L., Shardell, M.D., Terrin, M.L., Barr, E.A, Gruber-Baldini, A.L., Mobile Diabetes Intervention for Glycemic Control: Impact on Physician Prescribing, Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. Epub February 5, 2014. March, 2014, 8: 362-370. DOI:10.1177/1932296813514503 [Principal Investigator; designed and conducted study; led data analysis and interpretation; wrote and revised manuscript]

20. Kumar, S, Nilsen, W., Abernethy, A., Atienza, A., Patrick, K., Pavel, M., Riley, W.T., Shar, A., Spring, B., Spruijt-Metz, D., Hedeker, D., Honavar, V., Kravitz, R.L., Lefebvre, R.C., Mohr, D.C., Murphy, A., Quinn, C.C., Shusterman, V., Swendeman, D., Exploring Innovative Methods to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of Mobile Health, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2013;45(2):228–236. DOI: 10.1016/j.amepre.2013.03.017 [NIH invited workshop member; edited manuscript]

21. Greenwood, D.A., Young, H.M., Quinn, C.C., Telehealth remote monitoring systematic review: Structured self-monitoring of blood glucose and impact on A1C, Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. Epub February 21, 2014. DOI: 10.1177/1932296813519311. [Doctoral dissertation committee member; advised analysis, drafted and edited manuscript]

22. Spruijt-Metz, D., Cook, L., O’Reilly, Gillian A., Page, Kathleen A., Quinn, Charlene C., Behavioral Contributions to the Pathogenesis of Type 2 Diabetes, Current Diabetes Reports, Epub March 7, 2014. 14:475. DOI 10.1007/s11892-014-0475-3 [Invited co-author, drafted and edited manuscript]

23. Quinn, C.C., Shardell, M.D, Terrin, M.L., Barr, E.A., Park, D., Shaikh, F., Guralnik, J.M., Gruber-Baldini, A.L., Mobile Diabetes Intervention for Glycemic Control in 45 to 64 Year Old

Persons with Type 2 Diabetes, Journal of Applied Gerontology, August 6, 2014

0733464814542611. doi: 10.1177/0733464814542611. [Principal Investigator; designed and conducted study; led data analysis and interpretation; wrote and edited manuscript]

24. Xinyi Ng, Quinn, C.C., Burcu, M., Harrington, D.Assessment of an expanded functional disability scale for older adults with diabetes. Journal of Applied Gerontology. Published online first on December 18, 2014 as doi:10.1177/0733464814563607. [Contributed to data analysis and interpretation, drafted and edited manuscript]

25. Quinn, C.C., Crabbe, J.C.F., Shardell, M.D., Terrin, M.L., Barr, E.A., Gruber-Baldini, A.L.,

Mobile Diabetes Health Intervention: Impact on Diabetes Distress and Depression Among

Adults. Health Psychology (In review). [Principal Investigator; designed and conducted

study; led data analysis and interpretation; wrote and edited manuscript]

26. Quinn, C.C., Khokhar, B., Weed, K., Barr, E.A., Gruber-Baldini, A.L., Older Adult Self-

Efficacy Study of Mobile Phone Diabetes Management. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics, 2015, 17 (6) doi:1089/dia.2014.0341.[Principal Investigator; designed and conducted study; led data analysis and interpretation; wrote and edited manuscript]

27. Burke, L.E., Kristen, M.J., Azar, Bennett, G.G. Ma, J., Peterson, E., Quinn, C.C., Riley, W., Shah, S.H., Spring, B., Steinberger, J., Stephens, J., Suffoletto, B., Turan, T.N., Zheng, Y.Scientific Statement: Current Science on Consumer Use of Technology for CVD Prevention.Circulation. 2015;132(12):1157-213. [Invited co-author, lead author of diabetes section, drafted and edited manuscript]

28. Greenwood, D.A.,Blozia, S.A., Young, H.M., Nesbitt, T.S., Quinn, C.C. Overcoming Clinical Inertia: A Randomized Clinical Trial of a Web-Based Telehealth Remote Monitoring Intervention Using Paired Glucose Testing in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes. Journal of Medical Internet Review. 2015 Jul 21; 17 (7):e178. doi: 10.2196/jmir.4112). [Contributed to data analysis and interpretation, drafted and edited manuscript]

29. Cross, R.K., Jambaulikar, G., Langenberg, P., Tracy, J.K., Collins, J.F., Katze, J, Quinn, C.C. TELEmedicine for Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease(TELE-IBD); Design and Implementation of Randomized Clinical Trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials. 2015, Vol 42, p132-144. [Contributed to study design and  implementation, drafted and edited manuscript].

30. Stuart, B., F. Hendrick, M. Dai, N. Brandt, C. Quinn, et.al. Discontinuance of Oral Drugs Among Medicare Beneficiaries with Diabetes: Different Factors Predict Short vs. Long Periods Without Drug Therapy. (In review). [Co-Investigator; contributed to study design, data analyses, edited manuscript].

31. Stuart, B. Shen, X. Quinn, C. Brandt., Roberto, P., Loh, F., Hendrick, F., Kim, C., Huang X., Raipathak, S. Proximal Predictors of Long-Term Discontinuance with Noninsulin Antihyperglycemic Agents. Journal of Managed Care and Specialty Pharmacy, 2016, Vol 22 (9), 1019-1027b [Co-Investigator; contributed to study design, data analyses, edited manuscript].

32. Wallace, B., Chard, S., Reese, A., Roth, E., Quinn, C., Eckert, K. Understanding the Subjective Experience of Medication Adherence for Older Urban African-Americans with Type II Diabetes and a History of Illicit Drug Addiction. Journal of Aging and Health (accepted). [Co-Investigator, contributed to study design, data analyses, edited  manuscript].

33. Copeland, L., Basu, R., Cho, J., Zeber, J.E., Stock, E.M., Ahmedani, B.K., Quinn, C.C.  Multiple Chronic Conditions Among Males with Hip Fractures. (Gerontologist, in review). [Co-Investigator; contributed to study design, data analyses, edited manuscript].

34. Chard, S., Wallace, B., Roth, E., Girling, L., Rubinstein, R., Reese, A., Quinn, C.C., Eckert, K. Successful Aging among African-American Older Adults with Type 2Diabetes. Journal of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences,2016, Online early. Special Issue on Successful Aging, 2.0: Conceptual Expansion for the21st Century). [Co- Investigator, contributed to study design, data analyses. Invited  manuscript, edited manuscript]

Clinical Specialty Details

Geriatric nursing; specialize in diabetes

Awards and Affiliations

1985 Alumni of the Year, Duke University School of Nursing

2007 VHA-Awarded Special Advancement for Achievement in "Recognition of Demonstrated Excellence in Performance". Awarded by the VHA Nurse Professional Standards Board for "1) noted contribution in some phase (clinical) of nursing; and 2) a steady progress toward professional (national) goal for the improvement of patient care in relation to her exemplary efforts."

2009 VHA-Awarded Special Advancement for Achievement in "Recognition of Demonstrated Excellence in Performance". Awarded by the Nurse Professional Standards Board as identified by the Associate Director for Patient Care Services and supported by the Medical Center, for "her commitment to the nursing profession and the care of the diabetic patient."

2012 MIPS 25th Anniversary Faculty Impact Award, University of Maryland Baltimore Campus. "In recognition for outstanding contributions to the MIPS Program and generating economic impact for the State of Maryland".

2012 NIH, Office of Behavioral and Social Science Research. Pioneer Spotlight Video. http://www.nih.gov/health/clinicaltrials/stories/diabetes.htm

2012 NIH, Director’s Blog. http://directorsblog.nih.gov/mobile-health-figuring-out-what-works/.

2014 American Academy of Nursing Fellow. 2,200 Fellows are nursing leaders in education, management, practice and research.

Grants and Contracts

Active Grants

10/01/16-09/30/17 (Co-PI: 08%)

Bringing Telemedicine to Maryland Skilled Nursing Program

(NH TeleED project)

CareFirst Foundation

Total Costs: $100,000

02/01/16-01/31/17 (PI: 40%)

Mobile Care Coordination Using Non-Medical Workers

Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS)

Total Costs: $168,481

 

07/01/15-12/30/19 (Co-Investigator:10%) PI: Surkin, P.

JHU, Department of International Health, School of Public Health

NINR R21NR)15577-01

A Diabetes Networking Tool (DNT) to Enhance Self-Management through Social Networks

07/01/14—01/30/17 (PI: no effort)

PATIENTS pilot study: focus groups older adults and mobile health

Total direct costs: $5,000

 

05/01/08—04/30/18 (Faculty Advisor: 0%) PIs: Magaziner, J., Baumgarten, M.

"Research Training in the Epidemiology of Aging."

National Institute of Aging, T32 AG000262

Annual Direct Costs: $ 279,832

Total Direct Costs: $1,405,700

Role: participate in bi-monthly research training seminars; teach epidemiology of aging courses; advise and mentor trainee students; collaborate on faculty research projects

10/01/12—09/31/16 (Co-Investigator: 10%) PI: Cross, R.

"Telemedicine: Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (TeleIBD)"

AHRQ

Annual Direct Costs: $346,441

Total Direct Costs: $368,807

Role: Provide expertise on mobile health; health services utilization

Analysis

09/26/12—07/31/17 (National Study Advisory Panel Member: 0% salary)

PI: Kravitz, R.L.

"N-OF-1 Trials Using mHealth in Chronic Pain"

NINR 1R01NR013938-01

Annual Direct Costs: $647,339

Total Direct Costs:

Role: Provide expertise on mobile health; study implementation

10/01/13—02/28/18 (Co-Investigator: 0%) PI: Mullins, D.

No Number

AHRQ

PATIENTS: PATient-centered Involvement in Evaluating effectiveNess of Treatments

Total Direct Costs: $ 5,000,000

Role: Provide expertise network development; participate study implementation

Pending Grants

12/01/16-11/30/18 (PI of UMB Subcontract, Co-Investigator, Lead Clinical Expert)

PI: Weinstein, A.

University of Maryland Shore Regional Health

Maryland Health Care Commission (MHCC)

Telehealth Palliative Care for Rural Nursing Home Residents

 

06/01/17-06/30/20 (PI of UMB Subcontract, Co-Investigator) PI: Chard, S, Eckert, K.

UMBC, Department of Sociology

No Number

NIH/NIA

Subjective Constructions of Health Risk Among Urban, Prediabetic Older Women

12/01/16-12/31/18 (Co-Investigator) PI: Cross, R.

Department of Medicine

Broad Foundation

Development of an Enhanced Telemedicine System to Improve

Engagement and Adherence to TELEmedicine for Patients with

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (TELE-IBD)

 

06/01/17—05/31/20 (Faculty Mentor: 0%). PI: Steinle, N.

"Summer Program in Obesity, Diabetes and Nutrition Training (SMART)"

Completed Grants

1976-1977 (Co-Investigator)

"Functional Assessment of Adult Day Care Recipients in

North Carolina"

National Institute on Mental Health

Duke University Center on Aging

1980-1981 (PI)

"Anticipated Health Needs of Older Adults"

Graduate School, University of Maryland Baltimore

Total direct costs: $5,000

1980-1983 (Co-PI)

"Gerontological Nurse Training Grant"

Health Resources and Services Administration

Total direct costs: $375,000

1983-1985 (PI)

"Gerontological Nurse Training Grant"

Health Resources and Services Administration

Total direct costs: $250,000

1999-2006 (Co-Investigator)

"Epidemiology of Dementia in Aged Nursing Home Admissions"

National Institute on Aging, R01 AG08211

Total direct costs: $2,215,128

2000-2001 (Co-Investigator)

"Enhancing Integration of Care to Homebound Older Persons Through Use of Electronic Networks"

The Horizon Foundation

Total direct costs: $47,688

2000-2003 (PI)

"Nursing Home Quality and Workforce Issues"

Geriatrics and Gerontology Education and Research Program

Total direct costs: $40,000

2001-2002 (Co-Investigator)

"Older Adult Health Partnership"

Horizon Foundation

Total direct costs: $91,000

2001-2003 (Co-Investigator)

"Development of research model for LTC insurance"

Coventry CareLink

Total direct costs: $39,000

2001-2005 (Co-Investigator)

"Persons with Severe Mental Illness in Nursing Homes"

Center for Research on Services for Severe Mental Illness

National Institute of Mental Health

Principal Investigator: Anthony Lehman, M.D.

Total direct costs: $2,169,235

2001-2006 (Co-Investigator)

Illinois Regional Health Workforce Center

Co-investigator for geriatric dental needs study scheduled for mid-2003; Advisor on geriatric populations.

Donated

2005-2010 (Co-Investigator; Associate Director-DEcIDE Center)

"Developing Evidence to Inform Decisions About

Effectiveness: DEcIDE Network Designation"

Agency for Health Care Research and Quality

Co-PI; Associate Director for UMB School of Medicine &

Veterans Health Administration Region V

2005-2006 (Co-Investigator)

"Methods of Studying Dementia Treatment and Outcomes in

Observational Study"

TO# 290-05-0039 (PI, Gruber-Baldini, A.)

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Developing Evidence to Inform Decisions about Effectiveness: The DEcIDE Network

Task Order: $101,010

2005-2006 (Co-Investigator)

"School of Public Health, Strategic Planning"

Horizon Foundation

Total direct costs: $141,000

2005-2009 (PI)

"Nursing Home Comorbid Depression Care Management Intervention"

National Institute on Aging, R21AG027029

Total direct costs: $408,375

2007-2008 (PI)

"Impact of a Novel Diabetes Management Solution on Primary Care Physician’s Prescribing Behavior and on Patient Compliance and Glycemic Control: A randomized controlled multi-center trial."

TEDCO

Total direct costs: $30,500

2007-2008 (PI)

"Mobile Diabetes Management Platform"

Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS)-Phase I*

Total direct costs: $77,000

*WellDoc co-funded

2008-2009 (PI)

"Evaluation of a Patient-Provider Diabetes Management Software (Phase II)."

Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS)-Phase II*

Total direct costs: $74,250

*WellDoc Co-funded

02/01/10—01/31/13 (PI: 10%)

"Cellular Glucose Meter for Diabetes Compliance"

Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS)-Phase I*

Annual direct costs: $103,148

Total direct costs: $154,722

09/03/10—05/30/13 (Co-Investigator: 10%) PI: Roghmann. M.C.

"Clinical Research Curriculum"

8K30TR000106-08

National Center for Research Outcomes,

Annual Direct Costs: $274,882

Total Direct Costs: $296,873

06/01/12—09/30/13 (PI: 40%)

"mHealth: Developing a Value Proposition."

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Annual Direct Costs: $ 73,000

Total Direct Costs: $ 82,500

05/01/11—05/31/14 (PI: 40%)

"Mobile Diabetes Intervention Study-Data Integration"

WellDoc Communications, Inc., No number

Annual Direct Costs: $ 95,772

Total Direct Costs: $273,632

01/01/14—01/30/15 (Co-Investigator: 5%) PI: Stuart, B.

"Proximal Predictors and Cost Consequences of Discontinuance with Oral Hypoglycemic Agents in the Elderly"

Merck

Annual Direct Costs: $150,000

Role: Provide clinical expertise diabetes and treatment in older adults

05/15/07—06/30/15 (PI: 20%)

"Evaluation of a Patient-Provider Diabetes Management Software (RCT)."

WellDoc Communications, Inc, Sprint, LifeScan, CareFirst BCBS

Total direct costs: $1,073,347

No Cost Extension05/01/10—04/30/15

05/01/10—04/30/15 (Collaborator: 5%-(no salary) PI: Carey, G.

"Short-Term Training Program on Aging"

NIA, T35 AG036679

Annual Direct Costs: $131,160

Total Direct Costs: $141,653

Role: Mentor students, provide research training experience

09/30/12—8/31/15 (Co-Investigator: 10%) PI: Eckert, K.

"The Subjective Experience of Diabetes Among Urban Older Adults"

NIH, AG041709

Annual Direct Costs: $ 466,619

Total Direct Costs: $1,366,702

Role: Provide expertise on diabetes among elderly, study design

In the News

Print/Television/Radio Interviews

 

National

 

1.Discoveries and Breakthroughs Inside Science. "Cell Phones Manage Diabetes"

Epidemiologists Use Wireless Technology To Improve Blood Sugar Monitoring, September 1, 2008. http://www.sciencedaily.com/videos/2008/0902-cell_phones_manage_diabetes.htm

2.CBS News Health Watch, "Using Cell Phone Apps In Good Health", July 12, 2010.

3.jacksonville.com, "Patients using cell phones to fight diabetes, other diseases", August 13, 2010.

4.Science Daily, "Cell Phone Technology Helps Patients Manage Diabetes", August 1, 2011.

5. medicalxpress.com, "Study finds that mobile phone technology helps patients manage diabetes", August 1, 2011.

6.Wall Street Journal, "Ring! Time for Blood Test", August 2, 2011.

7.Yahoo News-India, "Soon, manage your diabetes with your mobile phone!", August 2, 1011.

8.American Medical Association News, "Diabetes app found helpful in managing condition", August 17, 2011.

9.dailyRX.com, "A Diabetes Coach in Your Phone, Blood sugar levels reduced in type 2 diabetes patients", September 24, 2011.

10. Endocrinology Today, "Mobile technologies changing models for diabetes management", October, 2011.

11. Reuters.com, "Mixed results on computer-based support for diabetes" (comments from Cochrane Review, "Computer-based diabetes self-management interventions for adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus", March 28, 2013.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/03/28/us-mixed-results-computer-support- idUSBRE92R0U720130328

Local

1. Interviewed by Kelly Lynn onJuly 29, 2008 at 6:55 pm for WJZ-TV Health Watch Program. "Cell Phones May Help Keep Diabetics Healthy."

2. Interviewed on August 1, 2011 for 1090AM WBAL. "Manage Your Diabetes With Your Cell Phone." http://www.wbal.com/absolutenm/templates/?a=77923&z=10

3. Interviewed by Mary Bubala on August 5, 2011 at 6:58 pm for WJZ-TV Health Watch Program "Mobile Phone Software Helps Manage Type 2 Diabetes."

http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2011/08/05/mobile-phone-software-helps-manage-type-2-diabetes

Community Service

National Service

1999 National Expert Panel to Develop Core Competencies in Baccalaureate Nursing, American Association Colleges of Nursing/ Hartford Foundation for Geriatric Nursing

2001 Reviewer for program awards, American Association Colleges of Nursing/Hartford Foundation Grant: Enhancing Gerontology/Geriatric Nursing of Undergraduate Baccalaureate and Advanced Practice Nursing Programs

2001-2012 Member, Long Term Care Interest Group, Academy of Health Services Research, Nurses in Health Services Research Interest Group

2003-present Member, Nurse Interest Group, Gerontological Society of America

2003-2007 Member, Board of Directors; Chair, Compliance Committee; Member, Compensation Committee and Member, Special Committee, Merger and Acquisition, Genesis HealthCare, Inc.

2005-2009 Chair, Clinical Nurse Leader Evaluation Committee American Association of Colleges of Nursing

2005-present Reviewer, Applied Clinical Informatics, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, BMC Geriatrics, The Commonwealth Fund, Contemporary Clinical Trials, Diabetes/Metabolism Research and Reviews, Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics, Gerontologist, Health Services Research, Journal General Internal Medicine, Journal of Diabetes, Science and Technology, Journal of the American Geriatrics Society

2010-2014 Member, Editorial Board, Home Health Care Nurse Journal

2010-2016 Member, Editorial Board, Senior Housing and Care Journal

2012-present Convener, Technology and Aging Special Interest Group. Gerontological Society of America.

2015-present Lead Covener, Aging,Technology and Innovation. Gerontological Association of America. Leading first Association effort to implement meeting focused on collaboration of technology innovators, scientists and policymakers.

2016-present Co-Chair, International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, for the 2017 World Congress on Aging, Technology and Aging Planning Committee.

Professional Activity

Professional Society Membership

  • 1978-present: Member, Gerontological Society of America
  • 1991-2012: Member, Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy
  • 2005-2007: Member, American Public Health Association
  • 2007-present: Member, American Diabetes Association
  • 2010-2016: Member, American Association of Diabetes Educators
  • Present: Member, American Nurses Association
  • 2014-present: Fellow, American Academy of Nurses