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Marie Ann Marino

Marie Ann Marino, EdD, RN, FAAN

Contact Dr. Marino

901 Walnut Street
Suite 804
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) ) 503-3720
(215) 923-1468 fax

Education

Post Doctoral Fellowship, The Children's Hospital/Harvard Medical School - 1993
EdD, Teachers College Columbia University - 1992
MS, Stony Brook University - 1989
BSN, Molloy College - 1985

University Appointment

Dean and Professor, Jefferson College of Nursing

Research & Clinical Interests

Team-Based Models of Healthcare
Determinants of Health
Forensic Science/Family Violence

Professional Affiliations

Fellow, American Academy of Nursing
Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science
Eastern Nursing Research Society
International Association of Forensic Nurses

Presentations (Selected)

Cannella, D.T., Marino, M.A., Bruckenthal, P., Schoenfeld, E.R., Monahan, K., Hou, W., Truhlar, M.R. (2018). Implementing an Interprofessional Model of Clinical Prevention Services. Paper presented at the AADR/CADR Annual Meeting, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Marino, M.A., Cannella, D., Schoenfeld, E.R., Bruckenthal, P., Monahan, K., Snelling, L., Brathwaite, B., Hou, W., Truhlar, M. (2017). The PACE Center: Improving Access to Clinical Preventive Services. Paper accepted for presentation at the International Association of Dental Research 95th General Session and Exhibition, San Francisco, CA

Marino, M.A., Cannella, D., Schoenfeld, E.R., Bruckenthal, P., Monahan, K., Snelling, L., Brathwaite, B., Hou, W., Truhlar, M. (2017). The PACE Center for Health and Wellness: Using a Collaborative Practice Model to Address Variations in Utilization of Clinical Preventive Services by Community-Dwelling Elders. Paper presented at the Eastern Nursing Research Society 29th Annual Scientific Sessions, Philadelphia, PA

Schoenfeld E.R., Ye F., Marino M.A., Zadok E., Bruckenthal P., Kaufman A. (2017). Creating a Technologybased Program to Facilitate Older Adults Aging in Place. Paper presented at Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT) Industrial Advisory Board Meeting. Stony Brook University; Stony Brook, NY.

Marino, M.A., Cannella, D., Bruckenthal, P., Schoenfeld, E.R., Monahan, K., Snelling, L., Brathwaite, B., Hou, W., Truhlar, M. (2016). Addressing Determinants of Health and Unmet Preventive Health Needs of Underserved, Older Adults: A Collaborative Practice Model [Presentation of Distinction]. Paper presented at the Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science 2016 State of the Science Congress, Washington, DC

Marino, M.A. & Duffy, M. (2016). Building Successful Academic-Practice Partnerships: The Stony Brook University Experience. Invited webinar for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing National Webinar Series.

Gambino, K. & Marino, M.A. (2015). Using an Innovative Academic-Practice Partnership to Enhance Clinical Experiences and Employability of Registered Nurse Baccalaureate Students: A Perioperative Immersion. Poster presented at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Baccalaureate Education Conference, Orlando, FL

Marino, M.A., Duffy, M., Xippolitos, L.A. (2015). Building Successful Academic-Practice Partnerships. Invited presentation at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Fall Semiannual Meeting, Washington, DC

Cannella, D., Marino, M.A., Bruckenthal, P., Truhlar, M. (2015). Meeting Interprofessional Standards: A Partnership to Advance Collaborative Education [Commission on Change and Innovation designated session]. Paper presented at the American Dental Education Association Annual Session and Exhibition, Boston, MA

Publications (Selected)

Gonzalez-Guarda, R.M., Dowdell, E.B., Marino, M.A., Anderson, J.C., Laughon, K., & American Academy of Nursing Violence Expert Panel. (2018). American Academy of Nursing on policy: Recommendations in response to Mass Shootings, Nursing Outlook, 65(3), doi: 10..xxx/yyyy

Brathwaite, B.M., Marino, M.A., & Bruckenthal, P. (2018). Nurse practitioner confidence and attitudes towards brief motivational interventions to improve compliance with health and wellness recommendations. Journal of Community and Public Health Nursing, 4(1), 212. doi: 10.4172/2471-9846.1000212

Stevens, K.R., … Marino, M.A. et al (2017). Operational failures detected by frontline acute care nurses. Research in Nursing & Health. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1002/nur.21791

Bruckenthal, P., Marino, M.A., & Snelling, L. (2016). Complementary and Integrative Therapies for Persistent Pain Management in Older Adults:  A Review. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 42(12), 40-48. PMID: 27898135  doi: 10.3928/00989134-20161110-08

US Department of Justice.  Office on Violence Against Women. (2016). A National Protocol for Sexual Abuse Medical Forensic Examinations: Pediatric. [Expert Contributor]. NCJ: 846856

Marino, M.A. (2015).  Multidisciplinary Approaches to Children’s Oral Health (MATCH): Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (Module 4).  (Web-based Module). https://match.ccnmtl.columbia.edu [HRSA-funded]

Marino, M.A. & Sansoucie, D. (2005).  The scholarship of teaching. In S. Chase, M.A. Dumas and M. Jansen (Eds.), Scholarship and career development: Strategies for success.  Washington, D.C.:  NONPF Publications

Marino, M.A. (2002).  Abdominal pain.  In J. Fox (Ed.), Primary Health Care of Infants, Children and Adolescents (2nd ed.), St. Louis:  Mosby.  ISBN-13: 978-0323013352

Marino, M.A. (2000).  Legal/Contractual clinical affiliation agreements with agencies.  In M.A. Staudt Dumas (Ed.), Partners in NP education:  A preceptor manual for NP programs, faculty, preceptors and students.  Washington, D.C.:  NONPF Publications.

Marino, M.A. & DeVivio, S.D. (1999).  Pediatric health promotion.  In B.L. Christensen and E.O. Kockrow (Eds), Foundations of Nursing, (3rd ed.).  New York:  Mosby.  ISBN-13: 978-0323001601

Awards & Honors

2018, USPHS IPEC Award - Honorable Mention for Exemplary Interprofessional, Teambased Practice: At Risk and Vulnerable Communities
2017,  Fellow, American Academy of Nursing
2015,  AACN Exemplary Academic-Practice Partnership Award
2011,  Fellow, Leadership for Academic Nursing; American Association of Colleges of Nursing
2008,  Distinguished Alumni Award-Stony Brook University, School of Nursing
2004, Annual Child Abuse and Neglect/Family Violence Professional Award – Special Leadership in the Area of Child Sexual Abuse; Suffolk County Executive’s Task Force on Family Violence
2004,  Proclamation-Suffolk County Legislature; Outstanding Service and Expertise in Care Of Child Victims of Sexual Abuse

Biography

Marie Ann Marino, EdD, RN, FAAN was named Dean of Jefferson College of Nursing, on June 1, 2018.  She is a key driver on several academic-practice partnerships aimed at innovating care management, facilitating interprofessional collaborative practice and improving health outcomes for older adults aging in place.  In 2017, she was inducted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing and serves as Co-Chair appointee for their Expert Panel on Violence.  

Her scholarly interests are in utilization of team-based models of healthcare that directly impact policy and improve outcomes in multiple populations. She utilizes multidisciplinary teamwork and innovative partnerships to develop, implement and evaluate team-based models that decrease disparities, improve access to care and directly address determinants of health. An advocate for the essential and principal role nurses play in leading multidisciplinary teams, she has developed and disseminated toolkits that validate the importance of nurse-led teams in improving healthcare outcomes for vulnerable individuals, families and populations across settings.  Her work in development, implementation and evaluation of these multidisciplinary partnerships was nationally recognized by AACN’s Exemplary Academic-Practice Partnership Award in 2015.

Her program of research focuses on determinants of health affecting community-dwelling elders.  She serves as PI on a HRSA-funded grant that developed and implemented a novel, nurse-led, multidisciplinary team-based model that increases access to preventive healthcare for vulnerable populations.  This front-line, interprofessionally-disseminated model has improved outcomes for more than 900 seniors and has educated more than 300 multidisciplinary faculty and students and has been internationally disseminated across disciplines. Additionally, she collaborates with investigators from medicine/epidemiology, computer science and engineering to explore utilization of wearable sensors and digital biomarkers to improve select outcomes in community-dwelling elders.

Dr. Marino received a Bachelor of Science degree from Molloy College, a Master of Science in Nursing degree from Stony Brook University and a Doctor of Education degree from Teachers College, Columbia University.  She completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Family Violence Research at The Children’s Hospital/Harvard University School of Medicine. 

For the past 28 years, Dr. Marino has maintained a clinical practice as a pediatric nurse practitioner/forensic medical examiner conducting more than 3000 medical evaluations of child victims of abuse and violence.  She has provided expert testimony in more than 300 proceedings nationally. She was the first nurse appointed to the Board of Directors of the Consortium of Forensic Science Organizations and has served as President and Director-at-Large of the International Association of Forensic Nurses. Also, she contributed as an expert on the US Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women publication A National Protocol for Sexual Abuse Medical Forensic Examinations: Pediatric which is used nationwide as the standard of care by multidisciplinary agencies and health care professionals who coordinate and implement care for sexually-abused children.

 

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