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Curriculum Vitae
Margaret H. Kearney, PhD, RN, FAAN
University of Rochester

Margaret.kearney@.rochester.edu




Graduate Studies:

School of Nursing:

260 Wallis Hall
Box  270015
Rochester, New York  14627-0015
(585) 275-3540 

601 Elmwood Ave.

Box SON


Rochester, NY 14642

(585) 273-5764



Education
2000 Post-doctorate Nursing University of Pennsylvania

1993 Ph.D. Nursing University of California San Francisco

1987 M.S. Nursing Boston College

1986 M.Ed. Guidance & Counseling Plymouth State College, NH

1977 B.S. Nursing Columbia University

1975 B.A. Religion & Anthropology Marlboro College, VT



Academic Experience
2012-present Editor, Research in Nursing & Health

2011-present Vice Provost and University Dean of Graduate Studies, University of Rochester

2011-present Professor, University of Rochester School of Nursing

2011-2012 Associate Editor, Research in Nursing & Health

2005-2011 Independence Foundation Professor, University of Rochester School of Nursing

2005-2011 Director of PhD Programs, University of Rochester School of Nursing

2001-2008 Associate Editor, Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing

2001-2004 Chair, Maternal-Child Health Department, William F. Connell School of Nursing, Boston College

1997-2004 Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Boston College

1998-2002 Associate Clinical Professor (courtesy appointment), Yale University School of Nursing

1993-1997 Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, Boston College

1991-1993 Research Associate, Institute for Scientific Analysis, San Francisco, CA

1993 Instructor, Medical Anthropology, University of California San Francisco

1986-1989 Research Associate, Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, NH

1986-1989 Adjunct Assistant Professor (courtesy appointment), University of New Hampshire

1988-1989 Instructor (courtesy appointment), Dartmouth Medical School


Clinical Experience
1993-1998 GYN Nurse Practitioner (per diem), Crittenton-Hastings House, Brighton, MA

1990-1993 Nurse Practitioner, J.P. Shively MD PA, Women’s Clinic, San Francisco

1987-1989 Perinatal Nurse Clinician, Hitchcock Clinic, Hanover, NH

1983-1985 Nursing Instructor, Education Department, Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital

1977-1982 Staff Nurse and Assistant Head Nurse, Obstetrics, Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital
Research and Training Grants
Completed

Directorate member, Research Education, Training, and Career Development Directorate, University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute. Karl Kieburtz, PI, UL1RR024160, 7/1/2011-6/31/2016. (8% effort)

Program Director, “GAANN Nursing Scholars,” US Department of Education (P200A090114), $522,624, 10% effort in kind, 2009-2014.

Investigator, “Developing an Automated Symptom Monitoring Device for Adolescents with Asthma.” H. Rhee, PI, NINR (1R01NR011169), 5% effort, 2009-2013.

Consultant, “The Experience and Self-Management of Fatigue in Adult Hemodialysis Patients.” Ann Horigan, PI, F31NR012342, Duke University, 2011-2013.

Consultant, “Community Health Worker-Delivered Peer Support Intervention to Increase Adoption of Diabetes Risk-Reducing Behaviors among African American Women with Pre-Diabetes.” L. Hays, PI, KL2, Indiana University CTSI, 2010-2012.

Consultant, “Epilepsy Self-Management in Older Adults: A Qualitative Descriptive Study,” Wendy Miller, student PI, F31NR012114, Indiana University, 2010-2013.

Investigator, Evaluation Team, “Teen Outreach Program (TOP®),” Office of Adolescent Health (OAH), Teen Pregnancy Prevention grant awarded to City of Rochester, 2010-2011.

Investigator, “Improving Care for Veterans Through the Use of Peer Support in Suicide Prevention,” Kerry Knox, PI, Veterans Administration VISN 2 Center of Excellence at Canandaigua, 25% effort under IPA agreement, 2008-2011.

Investigator, “Adapting Collaborative Care Perinatal Depression Treatment to a Pediatric Setting,” Linda Chaudron, PI, NIMH R34 MH082141-01, $690,570, 8% effort, 2008-2011.

Consultant, “Computerized HIV Vaccine Trial Assent: Will It Improve Adolescent Comprehension?” Diane Blake, PI, NICHD R21HD057786-01, 2008-2011.

Program Director, “GAANN Nursing Scholars,” US Department of Education (P200A060021), $510,908, 10% effort in kind, 2006-2009.

Contract for qualitative analysis, “Post- Entry Competence Study,” National Council of State Boards of Nursing, 2006-2008.

Consultant for qualitative methods, “Evidence Into Practice: A Grounded Theory Study,” Deborah Kenny, PI. Triservice Council, 2005-2007.

Consultant for qualitative methods, “Nurse Scholar Project: Understanding Expert Nursing Practice as a Holistic Scholarly Endeavor,” Joan Riley, PI, Hahnemann Hospital Foundation, 2004-2006.

Consultant for qualitative methods, “The Ongoing Experience of Domestic Homicide” (NINR RO1), Richard Steeves, PI, 2005.

Co-PI, “Nursing Editors’ Roles and Practices: An International Survey,” with M. Freda, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002-2005.

Expert Panel, “Analytic Techniques for Qualitative Meta-Synthesis,” Margarete Sandelowski, PI [NINR RO1], 2000-2005.

Consultant for qualitative analysis, “Advantages and Disadvantages of Shiftwork Schedules for Nurses,” J. Ruggiero, PI, 2004-2005, unfunded.

PI, “Motivational Interviewing for Postpartum Weight Retention,” [Boston College Research Incentive Grant], $15,000, 2003-2004.

Consultant for qualitative analysis, “Strategies used by Community-Dwelling Elders with Chronic Health Problems to Manage Personal Integrity,” Cynthia Jacelon, PI, [Rehabilitation Nursing Foundation], 10/01-1/04.

Consultant for qualitative analysis, "Non-invasive Chlamydia Screening for Adolescents [K award], Diane Blake MD, PI, 7/01-12/01.

Consultant for qualitative analysis, "Exploring HIV/AIDS-related interpersonal communication between Vietnamese-American youth in Worcester: Building the groundwork for targeted HIV/AIDS prevention [AAPCHO Mini Planning Grant], Mai Pho & Warren J. Ferguson MD, co-PIs, 2001-2003.

Consultant for qualitative analysis, "Sexual Risk in Newly Single Midlife Women," M. Katherine Hutchinson, PI [AWHONN Research Grant] 2000-2001.

Consultant for qualitative analysis, "MassHealth Workforce Development Project," Suzanne Cashman & Ellen Long-Middleton, PIs, funded by State of MA, 2000-2002.

Qualitative analyst, “Influences on Dietary Fat Reduction in the Women's Health Initiative,” Milagros Rosal, PI, [K award] 1999-2001.

Co-Investigator (PI of Subcontract), “A Motivational Intervention for Pregnant Smokers,” [NCI RO1] Karen M. Emmons, Ph.D, PI, Dana-Farber Cancer Center, 1998-2000.

Postdoctoral fellowship, “Vulnerable Women, Children, and Families,” [NINR T32], University of Pennsylvania, Susan Gennaro, PI, 1999-2000.

Consultant (content expert), “HealthQuest: Investigating the Use of Advanced Medical Technology to Promote Effective Health Care Education for the Boston College Community,” (Prenatal Care Module), Jeanne Guillemin, PI [National Library of Medicine], 1997-1999.

Consultant for qualitative analysis, "Bodywork as an Adjunct to Psychotherapy for Women with a History of Childhood Sexual Abuse" Cynthia Price, PI, 1998, local funding.

Co-Investigator, "Abuse, Self-Care and Pregnancy Outcomes" [NINR R15] Joellen Hawkins, PI,1996-1999.

PI, "Women's Health Crises and Transitions: Toward Grounded Formal Theory" [Research Expense Grant, Boston College], 1996.

PI, "The Context of Recovery: A Brief Community Ethnography" [Research Incentive Grant, Boston College], 1995.

PI, "A Stage Model of Treatment Readiness in Pregnant and Postpartum Drug Users: Focus Group and Instrument Revision" [Research Expense Grant, Boston College], 1994.

PI, "Assessing Treatment Readiness in Pregnant and Postpartum Drug Users: Preliminary Evaluation of a Stage Model" [Research Expense Grant, Boston College], 1994.

PI (student), "Crack Cocaine and Pregnancy: A Grounded Theory Study” [NINR F31], U.S. Public Health Service, 1991-1993.

Research Associate, "An Ethnographic Study of Pregnancy and Drugs," Marsha Rosenbaum, PI, [NIDA RO1], 1991-1993.

Research Associate, "Effect of Limited Supplemental Bottles on Breastfeeding Outcomes," Linda Cronenwett, PI [NINR RO1], 1986-1989.


Publications


  1. Kearney, M. H. (2018). The hidden work of a journal editor [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 41, 3-5. doi: 10.1002/nur.21849.

  2. Kearney, M. H. (2017).Can I serve this dish half-baked? Approaches to publishing some less than perfect research [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 40, 483-486. doi:10.1002/nur.21834.

  3. Kearney, M. H. (2017). Challenges of finding and filling a gap in the literature [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 40, 393-395. doi: 10.1002/nur.21812.

  4. Kearney, M. H. (2017). The discussion section tells us where we are [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 40, 289-291. doi: 0.1002/nur.21803

  5. Kearney, M. H. (2017). Research protocols offer a glimpse into evidence in the making [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 40, 93-95.doi: 0.1002/nur.21787

  6. Seshadri, S., Sellers, C., & Kearney, M. H. (2017). Balancing eating with breathing: Community-dwelling older adults’ experiences of dysphagia and texture-modified diets. The Gerontologist. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1093/geront/gnw203

  7. Kearney, M. H. (2017). Making dissertations publishable [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 40, 3-5. doi: 10.1002/nur.21780

  8. Kearney, M. H. (2016). Rigorous peer review is worth the effort [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 39, 393-395. doi: 10.1002/nur.21771

  9. Kearney, M. H. (2016). RINAH editors as mentors: A resource for authors [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 39, 311-313. doi: 10.1002/nur.21748

  10. Kearney, M. H. (2016). Revitalizing RINAH as nursing research matures [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 39, 209-211. doi:10.1002/nur.21736

  11. Kearney, M. H. (2016). Under-appreciated steps in instrument development, part II: Ending with validity [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 39, 135-138. doi: 10.1002/nur.21721

  12. Kearney, M. H. (2016). Under-appreciated steps in instrument development, part I: Starting with validity [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 39, 81-83.

  13. Greenhalgh, T., Annandale, E., Ashcroft, R., Barlow, J., Black, N., Bleakley, A., Boaden, R.,… [Kearney, M. is author #36 of 76], … Ziebland, S. (2016). An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research [letter to editor]. BMJ, 352. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.i563

  14. Kearney, M. H. (2016). Moving from facts to wisdom: Facilitating synthesis in literature reviews [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 39, 1-6.

  15. Kearney, M. H. (2015, November 5). It’s not a vote: How editors use peer reviews [web log post]. Retrieved from http://exchanges.wiley.com/blog/2015/11/05/its-not-a-vote-how-editors-use-peer-reviews/.

  16. Kearney, M. H. (2015). Distinguishing impact from productivity [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 38, 417-419. doi: 10.1002/nur.21698

  17. Blake, D. R., Lemay, C. A., Maranda, L. S., Fortenberry, J. D., Kearney, M. H., & Mazor, K. M. (2015). Development and evaluation of a web-based assent for adolescents considering an HIV vaccine trial. AIDS Care, 27, 1005-1013. doi: 10.1080/09540121.2015.1024096.

  18. Kearney, M. H. (2015). Write to me please: The scholarly importance of letters to the editor [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 38, 327-329. doi: 10.1002/nur21677

  19. Kearney, M. H. (2015). Which journal will take the best care of my paper? [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 38, 249-253.

  20. Kearney, M. H. (2015). Ways of knowing: A guide to the journals a clinical discipline needs? [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 38, 97-99.

  21. Kearney, M. H., & the INANE Predatory Publishing Practices Collective. (2015). Predatory publishing: What authors should know [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 38, 1-3. doi: 10.1002/nur.21640

  22. LeCuyer, E. A., Christensen, J. J., Kearney, M. H., & Kitzman, H. (2015). African American mothers' self-described discipline strategies with young children in 1992 and 2012. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 29, 28-37. doi:10.1016/j.pedhc.2014.05.009

  23. Holland, M. L., Christensen, J. J., Shone, L. P., Kearney, M. H., & Kitzman, H. (2014). Clients' reasons for attrition from a nurse home visiting program. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 43, 61-70. doi: 10.1111/1552-6909.12263

  24. Kearney, M. H. (2014). Be a responsible co-author [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 37, 1-2. doi: 10.1002/nur.21580

  25. Kearney, M. H. (2014). Who owns a dissertation, and why does it matter? [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 37, 261-264.

  26. Kearney, M. H. (2014). The guilt factor: Another reason to publish your research and help others publish theirs [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 37, 353-355.

  27. Kearney, M. H. (2014). Hoping for a TREND toward PRISMA: The variety and value of research reporting guidelines. [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 37, 85-87.

  28. Kearney, M. H. (2013). Why I may be antisocial, or the value added by editing [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 36, 435-436. doi: 10.1002/nur.21560

  29. Kearney, M. H. (2013). The role of a general research journal in nursing and health science [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 36, 1-2. doi: 10.1002/nur.21519

  30. Poleshuck, E. L., Cerrito, B., Leshoure, N., Finocan-Kaag, G., & Kearney, M. H. (2013).  Underserved women in a women’s health clinic describe their experiences of depressive symptoms and why they have low uptake of psychotherapy. Community Mental Health Journal, 49, 50-60.

  31. Baggs, J. G., Becker, P., Froman, R. D., Jennings, B., Kearney, H. H., & Sandelowski, M. (2012). Can this manuscript be saved? [editorial] Research in Nursing & Health, 35, 561-563.

  32. DeLuca, J. M., Kearney, M. H., Norton, S. A., & Arnold, G. L. (2012). Internet use by parents of infants with positive newborn screens. Journal of Inherited and Metabolic Disease, 35, 879-884.

  33. Nelson, L. E., Morrison-Beedy, D., Kearney, M. H., & Dozier, A. (2012). Black adolescent mothers' perspectives on sex and parenting in non-marital relationships with the biological fathers of their children. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 41, 82-91.

  34. Blake, D. R., Lemay, C. A., Kearney, M. H., & Mazor, K. M. (2011). Adolescents’ understanding of research concepts: A focus group study. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 165, 533-539.

  35. DeLuca, J. M., Kearney, M. H., Norton, S. A., & Arnold, G. L. (2011). Parents’ experiences of expanded newborn screening evaluations. Pediatrics, 128, 53-61.

  36. Dougherty, M., Freda, M. C., Kearney, M. H., Baggs, J. G., & Broome, M.E. (2011). Online survey of nursing journal peer reviewers: Indicators of quality in manuscripts. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 33, 506-521.

  37. LeCuyer, E.A., Christensen, J.J., Kearney, M.H., & Kitzman, H. (2011). African American mothers’ self-described discipline strategies with young children. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 34, 144-162.

  38. Nelson, L. E., Morrison-Beedy, D., Kearney, M., & Dozier, A. (2011). Sexual partner type taxonomy use among Black adolescent mothers in the United States. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 20, 1-10.

  39. Nelson, L. E., Morrison-Beedy, D., Kearney, M., & Dozier, A. (2011). Always, never, or sometimes: Examining variation in condom-use decision making among Black adolescent mothers. Research in Nursing & Health, 34, 270-281.

  40. Broome, M.E., Dougherty, M., Freda, M. C., Kearney, M. H., & Baggs, J. G. (2010). Ethical concerns of nursing journal reviewers: An international survey. Nursing Ethics, 17, 741-748.

  41. Kearney, M. H., & Kenward, K. (2010). Nurses’ competence development during the first five years of practice. Journal of Nursing Regulation, 1, 9-15.

  42. Freda, M. C., Kearney, M. H., Baggs, J. G., Broome, M.E., & Dougherty, M. (2009). Peer reviewer training and editor support: Results from an international survey of nursing peer reviewers. Journal of Professional Nursing, 25, 101-108.

  43. Groth, S. W., & Kearney, M. H. (2009). Diverse women’s beliefs about weight gain in pregnancy. Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health, 54, 452-457.

  44. Kearney, M. H. (2009). Taking grounded theory beyond psychological process [editorial]. Research in Nursing & Health, 32, 567-568.

  45. Ruger, J. P., Emmons, K. M., Kearney, M. H., & Weinstein, M. C. (2009). Measuring the costs of outreach motivational interviewing for smoking cessation and relapse prevention among low-income pregnant women. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 9, 46. doi:10.1186/1471-2393-9-46.

  46. Baggs, J. G., Broome, M.E., Dougherty, M., Freda, M. C., & Kearney, M. H. (2008). Blinding in peer review: The preferences of reviewers for nursing journals. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 64, 131-138.

  47. Kearney, M. H. (2008). Keeping the editor “In Focus” [editorial]. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 37, 251-252.

  48. Kearney, M. H. (2008). Inconstant comparisons: A nurse and a sociologist study depression using grounded theory. Studies in Symbolic Interaction, 32, 143-159.

  49. Kearney, M. H., Baggs, J. G., Broome, M.E., Dougherty, M., & Freda, M. C. (2008). Experience, time investment, and motivators of nursing journal peer reviewers. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 40, 395-400.

  50. Ruger, J. P., Weinstein, M. C., Hammond, S. K., Kearney, M. H., & Emmons, K. M. (2008). Cost-effectiveness of motivational interviewing for smoking cessation and relapse prevention among low-income pregnant women: A randomized controlled trial. Value in Health, 11, 191-198.

  51. Freda, M. C., & Kearney, M. H. (2007). A first look at nurse editors’ compensation. Nursing Economic$, 25, 371-375.

  52. Kearney, M. H. (2007). Going deeper versus wider in qualitative sampling [editorial]. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 36, 299.

  53. Kearney, M. H. (2007). From the sublime to the meticulous: The continuing evolution of grounded formal theory. In K. Charmaz and T. Bryant, Eds., Handbook of grounded theory research (pp. 127-150). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  54. Kearney, M. H. (2007). Tobacco, alcohol, and drug use in childbearing families. White Plains, NY: March of Dimes.

  55. Kearney, M. H. (2006). Skilled peer review: A roadmap to stronger scholarship. [editorial]. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 35, 443.

  56. Kearney, M. H., & Freda, M. C. (2006). “Voice of the profession:” Nurse editors as leaders. Nursing Outlook, 54, 263-267.

  57. Kearney, M. H., & Simonelli, M.C. (2006). Intervention fidelity: Lessons learned from an unsuccessful pilot study. Applied Nursing Research, 19, 163-166.

  58. Freda, M. C., & Kearney, M. H. (2005). Ethical issues faced by nursing editors. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 27, 487-499.

  59. Freda, M. C., & Kearney, M. (2005). An international survey of nurse editors’ roles and practices. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 37, 87-94.

  60. Kearney, M. H. (2005). Seeking the sound bite: Reading and writing clinically useful qualitative research [editorial]. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 34, 417.

  61. Kearney, M. H. (2005). Risks affecting fetal well-being. In L. Littleton & J. Engebretson, Eds. Maternity nursing care. (pp. 412-425). Clinton Park, NY: Thomson Delmar Learning.

  62. Kearney, M. H., & Freda, M. C. (2005). Nurse editors’ views on the peer review process. Research in Nursing & Health, 28, 444-452.

  63. Kearney, M. H. (2004). Choosing healthy behaviors: One small step for womankind. [editorial]. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 33, 539.

  64. Kearney, M. H. (2004). Foreword. Straight As in maternal-neonatal nursing. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

  65. Kearney, M. H., Munro, B. H., Kelly, U., & Hawkins, J. W. (2004). Health behaviors as mediators of the effect of partner abuse on infant birth weight. Nursing Research, 53, 36-45.

  66. Thorne, S., Jensen, L., Kearney, M.H., Noblit, G., & Sandelowski, M. (2004). Qualitative meta-synthesis: Reflections on methodological orientation and ideological agenda. Qualitative Health Research, 14, 1342-1365.

  67. Blake, D. R., Kearney, M. H., Oakes, J. M., Druker, S. K., & Bibace, R. (2003). Improving participation in Chlamydia screening programs: Perspectives of high-risk youth. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 157, 523-529.

  68. Kearney, M. H. (2003). “Thinking upstream” to confront prematurity [editorial]. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 32, 577-578.

  69. Kearney, M. H., Haggerty, L. A., Munro, B. H., & Hawkins, J. W. (2003). Birth outcomes and maternal morbidity in abused pregnant women with public and private health insurance. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 35, 345-349.

  70. Kearney, M. H., & O’Sullivan, J. (2003). Identity shifts as turning points in health behavior change. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 25, 134-152.

  71. Pearce, C., Hawkins, J. W., Kearney, M. H., Peyton, C., and PSP team (2003). Translation of domestic violence instruments for use in research. Violence Against Women, 9, 859-878.

  72. Kearney, M. H. (2002). Evidence-based thinking: Make it a habit [editorial]. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 31, 499.

  73. Kearney, M. H., Rosal, M., Ockene, J., & Churchill, L. (2002). Influences on older women's adherence to a low-fat diet in the Women's Health Initiative. Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine, 64, 450-457.

  74. D'Avolio, D., Hawkins, J., Haggerty, L., Kelly, U., Barrett, R., Toscano, S., Dwyer J., Higgins, L., Kearney, M. H., Pearce, C., Aber, C., Mahony, D., & Bell, M. (2001). Screening for abuse: Barriers and opportunities. Health Care for Women International, 22, 349-362.

  75. Gennaro, S., Hodnett, E., & Kearney, M .H. (2001). Making evidence-based practice a reality in your institution: Evaluating the evidence and using the evidence to change clinical practice. MCN The American Journal of Maternal-Child Nursing, 26, 236-244.

  76. Haggerty, L., Kelly, U., Hawkins, J., Pearce, C., & Kearney, M. H. (2001). Pregnant women’s perceptions of abuse. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 30, 283-290.

  77. Kearney, M. H. (2001). New directions in grounded formal theory. In R. Schreiber & P.N. Stern, Eds. Using grounded theory in nursing. (pp. 227-246). NY: Springer.

  78. Kearney, M. H. (2001). Levels and applications of qualitative research evidence. Research in Nursing & Health, 24, 145-153.

  79. Kearney, M. H. (2001). Grounding grounded theory: Guidelines for qualitative inquiry. [book review]. Qualitative Health Research, 11, 580-581.

  80. Kearney, M. H. (2001). Environmental risks affecting fetal well-being. In L. Littleton & J. Engebretson, Eds. Maternal, neonatal, and women’s health nursing. (pp. 605-641). Albany, NY: Delmar.

  81. Kearney, M. H. (2001). Enduring love: A grounded formal theory of women's experience of domestic violence. Research in Nursing & Health, 24, 270-282.

  82. Kearney, M. H. (2001). Defining and managing risk: Snapshots of women's strategies across the lifespan. In Young, L., & Hayes, V., Transforming health promotion practice: Concepts, issues, and applications. (pp. 148-161). Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.

  83. Kearney, M. H. (2001). Team up and write it up [editorial]. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 30, 461.

  84. McCarter-Spaulding, D., & Kearney, M. H. (2001). Parenting self-efficacy and perception of insufficient breast milk. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 30, 515-522.

  85. Kearney, M. H. (2000). Women don’t get heart attacks? Reflections on Nursing Leadership, 26(2), 18-20, 45.

  86. Kearney, M. H., York, R., & Deatrick, J. (2000). Effects of home visits to vulnerable young families. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 32, 369-376.

  87. Kearney, M. H. (1999). Understanding women’s recovery from illness and trauma. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

  88. Kearney, M. H. (1999). Perinatal impact of alcohol, tobacco, and other substance use. White Plains, NY: March of Dimes.

  89. Kearney, M. H. (1998). Truthful self-nurturing: A grounded formal theory of women's addiction recovery. Qualitative Health Research, 8, 495-512.

  90. Kearney, M. H. (1998). Ready to wear: Discovering grounded formal theory. Research in Nursing & Health, 21, 179-186.

  91. Kearney, M. H. (1997). Substance abuse. The pregnant patient: Teaching without alienating. American Journal of Nursing, 97(9), 69.

  92. Kearney, M. H. (1997). Drug treatment for women: Traditional models and new directions. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 26, 459-468.

  93. Kearney, M. H. (1996). Reclaiming normal life: Women's stages of recovery from drug use. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 25, 761-768.

  94. Kearney, M. H. (1996). Crack cocaine and pregnancy. American Journal of Nursing, 96(3), 17,19.

  95. Kearney, M. H. (1995). Preventing drug abuse: What do we know? [book review]. Social Science and Medicine, 40, 1163.

  96. Kearney, M. H. (1995). Damned if you do, damned if you don't: Crack cocaine users and prenatal care. Contemporary Drug Problems, 22, 639-662.

  97. Kearney, M. H., Murphy, S., Irwin, K., & Rosenbaum, M. (1995). Salvaging self: A grounded theory of pregnancy on crack cocaine. Nursing Research, 44, 208-213.

  98. Rosenbaum, M., Murphy, S., Irwin, K., Kearney, M. H., Theidon, K., & Irwin, J. (1995). An ethnographic study of pregnancy and drug use. Final Report, National Institute on Drug Abuse Grant # RO1 DA 06832.

  99. Kearney, M. H. (1994, 1996). Problems during pregnancy. (commercially produced patient education pamphlet). Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates.

  100. Kearney, M. H., Murphy, S., & Rosenbaum, M. (1994). Mothering on crack cocaine: A grounded theory analysis. Social Science and Medicine, 38, 351-361.

  101. Kearney, M. H., Murphy, S., & Rosenbaum, M. (1994). Learning by losing: Sex and fertility on crack. Qualitative Health Research, 4, 142-162.

  102. Kearney, M. H. (1993). Salvaging self: A grounded theory study of pregnancy on crack cocaine. Dissertation, School of Nursing, University of California at San Francisco.

  103. Cronenwett, L., Stukel, T., Kearney, M.H., Barrett, J., Covington, C., Del Monte, K., Reinhardt, R., & Rippe, L. (1992). Single daily bottle use in the early weeks postpartum and breast-feeding outcomes. Pediatrics, 90, 760-766.

  104. Kearney, M. H. (1991). Running between the rooms: Stories from crack mothers. California Advocates for Pregnant Women Newsletter, Issue 15, 2-4.

  105. Kearney, M. H., & Cronenwett, L. (1991). Breastfeeding and employment. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 20, 471-480.

  106. Kearney, M. H., Cronenwett, L., & Barrett, J. (1990). Breastfeeding problems in the first week postpartum. Nursing Research, 39, 90-95.

  107. Kearney, M. H., Cronenwett, L., & Reinhardt, R. (1990). Cesarean delivery and breastfeeding outcomes. Birth, 17, 97-103.

  108. Kearney, M. H., & Cronenwett, L. (1989). Perceived perinatal complications and childbirth satisfaction. Applied Nursing Research, 2, 140-141.

  109. Kearney, M. H., Whedon, M., & Shedd, P. (1989). Reducing patient falls. Research Review: Studies for Nursing Practice, 5(5), 2.

  110. Kearney, M. H. (1988). Identifying psychosocial obstacles to breastfeeding success. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 17, 98-105.

  111. Kearney, M. H. (1986). Interpersonal effects on blood pressure measurement. Nursing Research Review, 2(6), 2.

  112. Payne, N., & Kearney, M.H. (1986). Reducing pain from intramuscular injections. Nursing Research Review, 2(1), 2.

  113. Kearney, M. H. (1985). Body temperature measurement. Nursing Research Review, 1(3), 2.


Research Presentations (Refereed)

Kearney, M. H. (2017). Can I serve this dish half-baked? When and how to publish work that is incomplete or flawed. International Academy of Nursing Editors, Denver, August 4.

Seshadri, S., Sellers, C. R., Kearney, M. H., & Szekeres, S. (2015). “My choice was breathe or eat:” Understanding the choices made by community-swelling older adults with dysphagia. Qualitative Health Research International Conference, Toronto, October 12.

Chaudron, L., Kearney, M. H., Talbot, N., Anson, E., & Szilagyi, P. (2012). Perspectives and outcomes of a collaborative care model for postpartum depression in an urban pediatric clinic. Marcé Society International Biennial Congress, Paris, Oct. 5. Abstract in Archives of Women's Mental Health, 16(Suppl1), S10-S11.

Maher, M. D., Kearney, M., & Groth, S. (2011). Perinatal risks and outcomes in Latina migrant farmworkers. Poster, American College of Nurse-Midwives 56th Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX, May.

Blake, D., Lemay, C., Kearney, M., & Mazor, K. (2010). Adolescents’ preferences for timing of parental involvement in the research assent process. Poster, 2010 Advancing Ethical Research Conference, San Diego, CA, Dec. 6-8.

Blake, D., Lemay, C., Kearney, M., & Mazor, K. (2010). Adolescent perspectives on informed assent for an HIV vaccine trial. Poster and discussion, 2010 Advancing Ethical Research Conference, San Diego, CA, Dec. 6-8.

Blake, D., Lemay, C., Kearney, M., & Mazor, K. (2010). Adolescent perspectives on informed assent for an HIV vaccine trial. Poster, Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON, April 9.

Nelson, L., Morrison-Beedy, D., Kearney, M. & Dozier, A. (2010). The rules of engagement: Exploring use of a sexual partner type taxonomy by Black adolescent mothers in the US. Paper, Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON, April 9.

Nelson, L., Morrison-Beedy, D., Kearney, M. & Dozier, A. (2010). Always, sometimes, or never: Categorical and conditional condom use decision making among Black adolescent mothers in the US. Poster, Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON, April 8.

DeLuca, J. M., & Kearney, M.H. (2010). “A Frustrating Adventure:” Parents’ information-seeking during newborn screening evaluations. Poster, Eastern Nursing Research Society 22nd Annual Scientific sessions, Providence, RI, March 26.

DeLuca, J. & Kearney, M. (2009). Parents’ experiences of expanded newborn screening. 22nd Annual International Society of Nurses in Genetics (ISONG), San Diego, CA, October 18.

Kearney, M. H., & Kenward, K. (2009). Nurses’ depictions of competence in the first five years of practice. Qualitative Health Research 15th International Interdisciplinary Conference, Vancouver, BC, Oct. 6.

Dougherty, M., Freda, M. C., Kearney, M. H., Baggs, J. G., & Broome M. E. (2009). Nursing journal peer reviewers' (NJPR) views on quality indicators in publishing. Poster, Sixth International Congress on Peer Review Congress and Biomedical Publication, Vancouver, BC, September 10-12.

Broome, M. E., Dougherty, M., Freda, M. C., Kearney, M. H., & Baggs, J. G. (2009). Ethical concerns of nursing journal reviewers: An international survey. Poster, Sixth International Congress on Peer Review Congress and Biomedical Publication, Vancouver, BC, September 10-12.

DeLuca, J. & Kearney, M. (2009). Exploring parents’ ideas for improving expanded newborn screening practices. Poster, 11th International Congress of Inborn Errors of Metabolism (ICEIM), San Diego, CA, August 31.




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