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  Seong-Yi Baik
Assoc Professor
CON AD for Nursing Research - 0038
Procter Hall - 233
513-558-4384
baiksy@ucmail.uc.edu


 

Professional Summary

  Seong-Yi Baik is an Associate Professor at the UC College of Nursing. Dr. Baik holds a PhD degree from University of Wisconsin-Madison (Major in Nursing and Minor in Preventive Medicine).  Dr. Baik, with her multidisciplinary team, has been involved in health services and patient outcomes research in depression care and depression comorbidities. Building upon her NIH funded research on depression care in primary care, her recent research interests are in the effect of depression comorbidities on patient outcomes and self-management. The long-term goal of her research focuses on designing and implementing self-management interventions for patients with depression comorbidities while empowering those affected by depression and depression comorbidities.  Dr. Baik has taught many courses over the past 17 years.  Currently, she teaches the Healthcare Policy (Master’s), the Evidence-based Practice Research (Master’s), and the Qualitative Research Method, Advanced (PhD).

 

Research Support

  Grant #60033102 / G-1213-07-0234 Baik, Seong-Yi; Horner, Ronnie 10/01/2011 06/30/2012 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Ohio's Direct Workforce Initiative and Healthcare Integration: Exploring Job Roles and Competencies Role:Collaborator $50,000.00 Closed Federal

  Baik, Seong-Yi 05/01/2002 04/30/2003 University of Cincinnati, College of Nursing The Dean's Special Research Award How do Primary Care Providers Recognize Depression?: Peeking Inside the Black Box Role:PI Completed Grant

  Grant #NIH/NIMH R34 MH071719 Baik, Seong-Yi 07/01/2002 08/30/2002 The University of Cincinnati, The University Summer Faculty Research Fellowship Award How do Primary Care Providers Recognize Depression?: Peeking Inside the Black Box. Role:PI Completed Grant

  Baik, Seong-Yi 09/15/2005 05/31/2010 Depression in Primary Care: Just Another Illness? Role:PI/Co-PI Completed Grant

  Grant #NIH/NIMH R34 MH092464-01 Baik, Seong-Yi 12/01/2010 11/30/2012 Familiarity Capital: A New Construct for Retooling Depression Care Interventions Role:PI Pending Percent Effort:40

  Grant #AHRQ R01 HS021258-02 Baik, Seong-Yi 04/01/2013 03/31/2017 Factors Affecting Clinical Work Intensity Among Primary Care Providers Role:Co-PI Pending

  Grant #Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), ID 6525 Baik, Seong-Yi 09/01/2013 08/31/2016 An RCT to Determine the Role of Exercise in Patients With Comorbid Depression and Type 2 Diabetes Role:PI Pending Grant Percent Effort:40

  Grant #NIH/NIMH R34 MH104436-01 Baik, Seong-Yi 07/01/2014 06/30/2016 Effectiveness of Exercise on Comorbid T2DM and Depression: A Feasibility Study Role:PI Pending Grant Percent Effort:19

  Grant #Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), SC14-1403-11606 Baik, Seong-Yi 12/01/2014 11/30/2017 A Pragmatic RCT to Determine the Effectiveness of Exercise on Comorbid Type 2 Diabetes and Depression Role:PI Pending Grant Percent Effort:30

  Baik, Seong-Yi 03/01/2016 02/28/2018 Exercise as a Treatment Innovation for Comorbid Type 2 Diabetes (T2DM) and Depression: A Feasible Study Role:PI Pending Grant Percent Effort:12


Publications

 

Peer Reviewed Publications

 

Baik SY, Oakley LD, Hoebeke R (2001). Understanding managed care: Practice implications for NPs. Clin Excell Nurse Pract., 5, 232.

 

Baik, SY (2001). How is depression recognized by primary care providers in managed care settings?: A qualitative research study. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 23, S104.

 

Baik, SY How do primary care providers recognize depression?: A study of contextual conditions that shift primary care provider's recognition of depression.

 

Baik SY, Bowers BJ, Oakley LD, Susman JL (2005). The recognition of depression: The primary care provider's perspective. Ann Fam Med, 3, 31.

 

Baik SY, Bowers BJ (2006). Living with a chronically depressed mother: Tell or not to tell?. The Internet Jounal of Mental Health, 3(1), 14.

 

Baik SY, Bowers BJ, Oakley LD, Susman JL (2008). What comprises clinical experience in recognizing depression?. J Am Board Fam Med, 21, 200.

 

Anthony JS, Baik SY, Bowers BJ, Tidjani B, Jacobson CJ, Susman JL (2010). Conditions that Influence the Primary Care Clinician's Decision to Refer Patients for Depression Care. Rehabil Nurs, 35, 113.

 

Baik SY, Gonzales, JJ, Bowers BJ, Anthony JS, Tidjani B, Susman JL (2010). Reinvention of depression instruments by primary care clinicians. Ann Fam Med, 8, 224.

 

Lee H, Baik SY (2011). Health Disparities or data disparities?: Sampling Issues in Hepatitis B virus infection among Asian American Pacific Islander studies. Appl Nurs Res., 24, 9.

 

Lee H, Fitzpatrick JJ, Baik SY (2012). Why isn't evidence based practice improving health care for minorities in the United States?. Appl Nurs Res, 26, 263.

 

Baik SY, Crabtree BF, Gonzales JS (2013). Primary care clinicians' recognition and management of depression: A model of depression care in real-world primary care practice. J Gen Int Med, 11, 1430.


Presentations

 

Invited Presentations

 

(07-2007). “Depression in Primary Care: Just Another Illness?”. University of Robert Wood Johnson Medicine& Dentistry of New Jersey ,New Jersey.

 

(10-1999). Nursing 704: Leadership in Nursing Roles, Ethics, and Systems of Care. “Managed Care Systems”. University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Nursing ,Madison, WI.

 

(11-1999). Nursing 105: Introduction to Health Care Systems: An Interdisciplinary Approach. “Public Health Challenges: Mental Health and Illnesses.”. University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing ,Madison, WI.

 

(02-2000). “A Grounded Theory Study of How Depression is Recognized by Primary Care Providers in Managed Care Settings.”. University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Nursing Research Colloquia ,Madison, WI.

 

(02-2000). Nursing 302: Nursing Research. “Grounded Theory as a Qualitative Research Methodology.”. University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Nursing ,Madison, WI.

 

(04-2000). “How Do Primary Care Providers ‘Recognize' Depression in Managed Care Settings?”. University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, School of Nursing/ Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society-Delta Phi Chapter, Kaleidoscope of Nursing Research Day ,Eau Claire, WI.

 

(10-2000). Nursing 105: Introduction to Health Care Systems: An Interdisciplinary Approach. “Economic Aspects of Health Care Delivery.”. University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Nursing ,Madison, WI.

 

(11-2001). Nursing 802: Roles, Issues, and Ethics in Advanced Nursing. “Managed Care.”. University of Cincinnati College of Nursing ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(11-2002). Anthropology 504: Ethnographic Methodology. “Grounded Theory: Theory from Data.”. University of Cincinnati College of Anthropology ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(11-2002). Nursing 961: Phenomenon of Concern to Nursing. “Phenomenon of Depression in Primary care.”. University of Cincinnati College of Nursing ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(12-2002). Nursing 851: Epidemiology in Nursing. “Epidemiology in Mental Health.”. University of Cincinnati College of Nursing ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(03-2003). Nursing 460: Foundation of Nursing Research. “A grounded theory study of how depression is recognized in primary care.”. University of Cincinnati College of Nursing ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(04-2003). “How do primary care providers recognize depression?: A study of contextual conditions that shift primary care providers' recognition of depression.”. University of Cincinnati Institute for Nursing Research, Scholarly Roundtable ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(11-2004). Nursing 961: Phenomenon of Concern to Nursing. “Evolution of the phenomenon.”. University of Cincinnati College of Nursing ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(04-2005). “Depression in Primary Care: Just Another Illness?”. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Department of Family Medicine. Research Review Group. ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(11-2005). Nursing 961: Phenomenon of Concern to Nursing. “What does it take to develop your program of research? : Evolutionary process”. University of Cincinnati College of Nursing ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(04-2006). Depression in Primary Care: Just Another Illness?. University of Cincinnati. UC Showcase 2006

 

(09-2006). “Qualitative” Research?. Cincinnati Academic Health Center. Qualitative Research Group.

 

(09-2006). “Multiple Determinants of Health”: Conceptual framework for our PhD program. University of Cincinnati College of Nursing, Doctoral program orientation ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(11-2006). Nursing 961: Phenomenon of Concern to Nursing. Developing your program of research: An evolving process.. University of Cincinnati College of Nursing ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(03-2008). “ Improving Health trough Depression Care in Primary care setting.”. University of Cincinnati. UC Showcase 2008 ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(05-2008). Nursing 980: Health Policy and Ethical Issues in Nursing Science. “Health disparity: implications for health policy and health services research.”. University of Cincinnati College of Nursing ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(11-2008). “Qualitative Research Methodology.”. University of Cincinnati Department of Public Health ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(06-2009). “Reinvention of depression diagnostic tools.”. University of Louisville Department of Psychiatry Grand Round ,Louisville, KY.

 

(03-2013). Nursing Inquiry II [PhD] “Theory Development.”. University of Cincinnati College of Nursing ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(10-2013). “Solving Problems with Interprofessional Teams.”. UC Health and the University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center. Research Week Research Presentation ,Cincinnati, OH.

 

(02-2016). Patient-Centered Outcomes Research and Comparative Effectiveness Workshop.. Served as a discussant for Research Method group.

 

Poster Presentations

 

Baik, S. (03/21/2001). “How is depression recognized by primary care providers in managed care settings?: A qualitative study.”. The 22nd Annual Meeting of Society of Behavioral Medicine ,Seattle, WA. Professional Meeting 01S

 

Baik, S., Bowers, B., Oakley, L., & Kindig, D. (03/02/2001). “A grounded theory study of how depression is recognized by primary care providers in managed care settings.”. The 25th Annual Research Conference of the Midwest Nursing Research Society ,Cleveland, OH. Conference Regional 01S

 

Baik, S., Bowers, B., Oakley, L., & Kindig, D. (06/10/2001). “A Study of contextual conditions that can influence how primary care providers recognize depression.”. Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy Annual Meeting ,Atlanta, GA. Professional Meeting Prof. Org. 01U

 

Baik, S., Bowers, B., Oakley, L., & Kindig, D. (03/01/2002). “How do primary care providers recognize depression?: A study of contextual conditions that influence primary care providers' recognition of depression.”. The 26th Annual Research Conference of the Midwest Nursing Research Society ,Chicago, IL. Conference Regional 02S

 

Baik, S., Bowers, B., Anthony, J., Tidjani, B., Jacobson, C. J., & Susman, J. (06/03/2007). “Use of depression diagnostic tools by primary care providers: Planting a seed in the patient's head.”. AcademyHealth [formerly Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy] annual research meeting ,Orlando, FL. Professional Meeting 07U

 

Baik, S., Gonzales, J., Bowers, B., Anthony, J. & Susman, J. (06/08/2008). “Understanding primary care clinicians' treatment of depression”. AcademyHealth annual research meeting ,Washington DC. Professional Meeting 08U

 

Anthony, J., Baik, S., Bowers, B., Gonzales, J. & Susman, J. (06/08/2008). “Conditions that influence the primary care clinicians' decision to refer patients for depression care.”. AcademyHealth annual research meeting ,Washington, DC. Professional Meeting 08U

 

Baik, S., Panzano, P., & Susman, J. (04/12/2010). “Familiarity Capital: A new construct for retooling depression care quality interventions.”. The Quality of Behavioral Healthcare: A Drive for Change Through Research ,Clearwater Beach, FL. Professional Meeting 10S

 

Baik, S., Crabtree, B., & Gonzales, J. (06/24/2012). “Bridging the gap between what we know and do in depression care delivery: A simple question, a complex reality transformation.”. AcademyHealth annual research meeting ,Orlando, FL. Professional Meeting 12U

 

Paper Presentations

 

Baik, S., Oakley, L., & Bowers, B. (10/25/2001). “How can we improve ‘under-recognition' of depression by primary care providers for the delivery of mental health services?: Understanding the middle box.”. The 9th National Conference on Nursing Administration Research ,Cincinnati, OH. Conference National 01A

 

Baik, S. & Bowers, B. (04/04/2002). “How do primary care providers recognize depression?: Peeking inside the black box.”. The 8th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference ,Banff, Alberta, Canada. Conference International 02S

 

Baik, S. & Bowers, B. (04/01/2005). “Living with a depressed mother: Tell or not to tell?”. The 29th Annual Research Conference of the Midwest Nursing Research Society ,Cincinnati, OH. Conference Regional 05S

 

Baik, S. & Bowers, B., Oakley, L., & Susman, J. (03/31/2006). “Clinical experience in recognizing depression: What is it made of?”. The 30th Annual Research Conference of the Midwest Nursing Research Society ,Milwaukee, WI. Conference Regional 06S

 

Susman, J., Baik, S., Bowers, B., & Anthony, J. (04-2008). Use of depression diagnostic tools. Ohio Academy of Family Physicians [OAFP] ,Newark, OH. Professional Meeting State 08S

 

Baik, S., Gonzales, J., Bowers, B., Anthony, J. & Susman, J. (10/25/2008). “Over three decades of work in the development of depression diagnostic tools: How are they used now?”. The 136th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Exposition ,San Diego, CA. Professional Meeting National 08A

 

Baik, S., Gonzales, J., Bowers, B., Anthony, J. & Susman, J. (10/25/2008). “Multiple determinants of depression treatment decisions: From the DEED project.”. 136th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Exposition ,San Diego, CA. Professional Meeting National 08A

 

Baik, S., Bowers, B., Gonzales, J., Anthony, J. Tidjani, B. & Susman, J. (11/15/2008). “Primary care clinicians' use of depression diagnostic tools: From NIH DEED project.”. 36th North America Primary Care Research Group [NAPCRG] ,Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. Professional Meeting International 08A

 

Baik, S., Anthony, J., Bowers, B., & Susman, J. (03/02/2009). “Competing comorbidities: Do they marginalize depression in primary care?”. Integrating Service, Integrating Research for Co-Occurring Conditions: A Need for Views and Action ,Washington, DC. Professional Meeting 09S

 

Susman, J., Baik, S., Bowers, B., & Anthony, J. (04/29/2009). “A grounded theory of depression care.”. The 42nd Society of Teachers of Family Medicine annual spring conference ,Denver, CO. Conference National 09S

 

Baik, S., Gonzales, J., Bowers, B., Anthony, J., & Susman, J. (06/28/2009). “The three-headed culprits for the marginalization of depression care.”. AcademyHealth annual research conference ,Chicago, IL. Conference National 09U

 

Baik, S., Susman, J., Panzano, P., & Gonzales, J. (06/27/2010). “The burden of depression care: A potential determinant of primary care workforce shortage.”. AcademyHealth annual research conference ,Boston, MA.. Conference National 10U [Selected as THE most outstanding abstract]

 

Baik, S., Bowers, B., Anthony, J., & Susman, J. (09/27/2010). “Reinvention of Depression Instruments by Primary Care Providers.”. 2010 State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research ,Washington, DC. Professional Meeting National 10A

 

Baik, S., Tidjani, B, Anthony, J., & Susman, J. (03/27/2014). “How does an antidepressant get into a primary care clinician's toolbox?”. Midwest Nursing Research Society 2014 Annual Research Conference ,St. Louis, MO. Conference Regional 14SS

 

Honors and Awards

  11-1995 Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society Beta-Eta-at-Large Chapter

  05-2001 Signe Skott Cooper Writing Award University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing

  02-2002 Research Enhancement Award University of Cincinnati College of Nursing

  04-2006 Representative of Ohio in a federally funded meeting ---Connecting Science and Service: A Planning Meeting for the Midwestern Ohio Department of Mental Health

  08-2008 Participant: The 2008 Leadership Training Institute on Career Advancement for Diverse Researchers National Institute of Health

  06-2010 The most outstanding abstract for AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting (ARM) at Boston, MA AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting

 

Student Advising

  Chen-Ching Hiya Wang Dissertation

  Wajed Hatamlet Dissertation

  Lisa Carter-Harris Doctoral Chair Dissertation University of Louisville School of Nursing, KY

  Shelia Steinbrenner Doctoral Chair Dissertation University of Louisville School of Nursing, KY

 

Service

  MNRS Other Development Service 08-2001 Initiated submitting symposium abstracts to MNRS 2002 meeting: “Mental Health Policy Symposium for Understanding Health Care Users' and Providers' Perspectives”

  Development Service 01-2002 Initiated and organized interdisciplinary participation in Cyber seminar “Qualitative Research” by the Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy --- participation from the College of Nursing, Department of Family Medicine, and Institute of Health Policy and Health Services Research [Department of Family Medicine sponsored and Institute of Nursing Research co-sponsored]

  University/College Service 02-2002 Initiated the College of Nursing's participation. “Depression Awareness Day” by Cincinnati Neuroscience Group

  University/College Service 03-2002 Initiated and organized interdisciplinary participation in Cyber seminar “Risk Adjustments” by the Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy --- participation from the College of Nursing, and Department of Family Medicine. [Institute of Nursing Research sponsored and Department of Community Health, Administrative, and Psychiatric Nursing Department co-sponsored]

  University/College Service 04-2002 Initiated and organized the College of Nursing's participation in Cyber seminar “Instrumental Variables” by the Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy [Institute of Nursing Research sponsored]

  University/College Service 06-2002 Initiated, organized, and sponsored research method seminar “Advanced Issues in Grounded Theory” by Dr. Katharyn May ---participation from the College of Nursing, Department of Family Medicine, and Institute of Health Policy and Health Services Research. [Major Sponsorship through The Dean's Special Research Award. Institute of Health Policy and Health Services Research co-sponsored]

  University/College Service 12-2002 Initiated, organized, and sponsored interdisciplinary participation in Cyber seminar “Qualitative Data Analysis as an Attractive Nuisance” by the AcademyHealth (previously Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy) ---participation from the College of Nursing, and Department of Family Medicine. [Major sponsorship from Summer Faculty Research Fellowship and co-sponsorship from Institute of Nursing Research]

  University/College Service 05-2003 Initiated, organized, and cosponsored interdisciplinary participation in Qualitative Data Analysis computer program workshop “NVivo, and Merge for NVivo” by Dr. Kristi Jackson. ---Participation from the College of Nursing, Department of Family Medicine, Anthropology, and Institute of Health Policy and Health Services Research. May 7-8, 2003.

  Other 06-2004 Initiated and sponsored research team intensive 2 day workshop in Qualitative Data Analysis computer program workshop “NVivo, and Merge for NVivo” by Dr. Kristi Jackson. June 2 –3, 2004

  Committee Chair University/College Service 06-2005 Organizing and chairing Qualitative Research Group: Qualitative researchers from the University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center. First Fridays, 2-3pm in the Institute of the Study of Health [formerly, Institute for Health Policy and Health Services Research].

  University/College Service 09-2005 Developed and organized “Whassup?” group [informal scholarly dialogue among nursing faculty members related to developing programs of research and activities]

  University/College Service 12-2005 Co-organized and co-sponsored with Institute for Nursing Research Dr. Barbara Bowers's visit to the college of nursing as an one-day visiting scholar (12/08/05) and to the Institute for the Study of Health (12/09/05). ---Continuing Ed credits offered.

  Other 06-2006 Initiated and sponsored research team intensive 2 day workshop in Qualitative Data Analysis computer program workshop “NVivo 7” by Dr. Kristi Jackson. June 19-20, 2006

  University/College Service 03-2007 Initiated and organized Dr. Barbara Bowers's presentation at Health Policy Forum in University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center. March 2, 2007

  University/College Service 06-2008 Initiated, organized, and co-sponsored with Department of Family Medicine Dr. Benjamin Crabtree's presentation to the Institute for the Study of Health University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center. June 6, 2008

  University/College Service 04-2009 Initiated and organized the visit of Dr. Aileen Schulte, NIH Scientific Review Officer, to the University of Louisville to present NIH new review process. Her visit was held as a university-level event. Multi-disciplinary participation included faculty members, researchers, students, and clinicians. April 9, 2009

  College Doctoral Dissertation Committee Member University/College Service 2001

  College Doctoral Dissertation Committee Member University/College Service 2001

  College Curriculum Committee Member University/College Service 2002

  College Competency-based Curriculum Task Force Member University/College Service 2001

  College Committee on Committees and By-Laws Committee Chair University/College Service 2002 2004

  Department Faculty Search Committee Member University/College Service 2002

  Department Faculty Search Committee Committee Chair University/College Service 2002 2004

  College Search Committee for Associate Dean for Research Member University/College Service 2002 2004

  College PhD Sub-Curriculum Committee Member University/College Service 2004 2006

  College PhD Candidacy Exam Panel Member University/College Service 2005 2008

  University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center Qualitative Research Group Committee Chair University/College Service 2005 2008

  College Mater's Capstone Committee Member University/College Service 2006

  College Mater's Capstone Committee Member University/College Service 2006

  College PhD Sub-Curriculum task force part-time curriculum Member University/College Service 2006

  University Research Review Council, Behavioral and Social Science Member University/College Service 2006

  College Mater's Capstone Committee Member University/College Service 2008

  College Mater's Capstone Committee Member University/College Service 2008

  University of Louisville School of Nursing Research Committee Member University/College Service 2009 2010

  University of Louisville Academic Grievance Committee Member University/College Service 2009 2010

  University of Cincinnati College of Nursing Research Committee Member 2012 2014

  University of Cincinnati College of Nursing Appointment Reappointment Promotion Tenure (ARPT) Committee Member 2012

  University of Cincinnati College of Nursing Diversity Advisory Council Member 2013 2015

  University of Cincinnati College of Nursing PhD Curriculum Evaluation Task Force Member 2014

  University of Cincinnati College of Nursing Faculty Affairs Council Task Force Member 2015

  University of Cincinnati College of Nursing Faculty Search Committee Member 2015

  Midwest Nursing Research Society Grants Review Committee Reviewer Grant Panel 2003 2007

  Journal of Family Practice Reviewer Editorial Service 2003

  State of the Science Congress Reviewer Service to Professional Associations 2006

  National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Mental Health (NIH/NIMH), Mental Health Services in Non-Specialty Settings (SRNS) study section Reviewer Grant Panel 2007 2008

  Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action Reviewer Editorial Service 2007

  Journal of Mental Health Reviewer Editorial Service 2009

  Journal of General Internal Medicine Reviewer Editorial Service 2013

  International Journal of Stroke Reviewer Editorial Service 2013

  Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology Reviewer Editorial Service 2015

  Journal of American Board of Family Medicine Reviewer Editorial Service 2015

  National Network of Depression Centers (NNDC) Research Domain Committee Member Service to Professional Associations 2009 2010

 

Positions and Work Experience

  1999 -2001 Graduate Teaching Assistant University of Wisconsin - Madison School of Nursing Madison, WI

  2001 -2007 Assistant Professor (Tenure-track) University of Cincinnati School of Nursing Cincinnati, OH

  2007 -2008 Assistant Professor with Tenure University of Cincinnati College of Nursing Cincinnati, OH

  2009 -2010 Associate Professor with Tenure, Associate Dean for Research (50%, January-May, 2009) University of Louisville School of Nursing Louisville, KY

  2010 -2012 Visiting Associate Professor University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Department of Public Health Sciences Cincinnati, OH

  2012 -2014 Associate Professor of Research University of Cincinnati College of Nursing Cincinnati, OH

  2014 Associate Professor University of Cincinnati School of Nursing Cincinnati, OH

  1994 -1995 Nurse Clinician II (Nurse Manager) Central Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled Madison, WI

  1995 -1998 Administrative Nurse Supervisor II (Administrator) Central Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled Madison, WI

  1985 -1991 Registered Nurse (Staff Nurse) Units: Neurology, Rehabilitative Medicine, General Internal Medicine, Open In-patient Psychiatry, and Closed In-patient Psychiatry National University Hospital Seoul, Korea

  1992 -1994 Registered Nurse (Staff Nurse) Madison Rehabilitation and Convalescent Center Madison, WI

 

Education

  Institution:Chon Nam National University Gwang Ju, Korea Bachelor of Science in Nursing 1985 Major Nursing Minor Education

  Institution:University of Wisconsin Madison, WI Master of Science in Nursing 1993 Community Mental Health

 

Post Graduate Training & Education

  -2001 Doctorate of Philosophy Major: Community Mental Health Minor: Preventive Medicine, Population Health University of Wisconsin Madison, WI

 

Board Certifications & Licenses

  Korean National RN 1985

  Seoul National University Hospital Korean Certificate in Pediatric Nursing 1985

  Korean National Teaching License in First Aid and Counseling in Middle/High schools 1985

  Korean National Teaching License in Nursing (Elementary School Nurse) 1985

  Seoul National University Hospital Korean Certificate in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing 1990

  State of Minnisota RN 1992

  State of Wisconsin RN 1992

  American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Certified Nursing Administration Advanced (CNAA) -2/00/1999

  American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Certified Nursing Administration Advanced (CNAA) 1999

  State of Ohio RN 2001

  State of Kentucky RN 2009

  Nursing Licensure Compact States (Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconsin) RN 2009

 

Other Experience and Professional Memberships

  1995 Member Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Society

  1996 -2002 Member Wisconsin Network for Health Policy Research

  1997 Member AcademyHealth [formerly Association for Health Services Research and Health Policy]

  2000 -2001 Member The Society of Behavioral Medicine

  2001 Member Midwest Nursing Research Society

  2001 Member National League for Nursing

  2008 Member American Public Health Association

  2008 Member North America Primary Care Research Group

 

Courses Taught

  29-NURS-878 SPECIAL TOPICS Level:Graduate New Course Developed 3

  N612: Philosophy of Science Level:Graduate University of Louisville School of Nursing New Course Developed 3

  N105 Introduction to Health Care Systems: An Interdisciplinary Approach Level:Undergraduate University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing Regular Course

  N302 Nursing Research Level:Undergraduate University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing

  N704 Leadership in Nursing Roles, Ethics, and Systems of Care Level:Graduate University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing Regular Course

  29-NURS-309 CONCEPTS-COMMUNITY Level:Undergraduate Regular Course 4

  29-NURS-406 PRAC IN COMMUNITY Level:Undergraduate Regular Course 15

  29-NURS-461 RN COMMUN AS CLIENT Level:Undergraduate Regular Course 4

  29-NURS-464 RN-GERO NSG PRCTCE Level:Undergraduate Regular Course 2

  29-NURS-466 RN-COM PARTNER PRAC Level:Undergraduate Regular Course 9

  29-NURS-464 RN-GERO NSG PRCTCE Level:Undergraduate Regular Course 1

  29-NURS-466 RN-COM PARTNER PRAC Level:Undergraduate Regular Course 9

  29 NUR 802 Role, Issues, and Ethics in Advanced Nursing Practice Level:Graduate Regular Course 3

  29 NUR 806 Population-based Health Promotion Theories Level:Graduate Regular Course 3

  29 NUR 814 Health Planning Level:Graduate Regular Course 3

  29 NUR 808: Health Care Policy, Organization, and Level:Graduate Regular Course 3

  29 NUR 832: Master's Capstone Project Level:Graduate 2

  29NURS878-001, #709847 Advanced Qualitative Methods Level:Graduate 3

  29 NUR 980: Health Policy and Ethical Issues in Nursing Science Level:Graduate 3

  N710: Research Methodology I: Qualitative Research Level:Graduate University of Louisville School of Nursing Regular Course 3

  N612: Philosophy of Science Level:Graduate University of Louisville School of Nursing Regular Course 3

  -NURS-8002 THEORETICAL BASIS Level:Graduate Regular Course 3

  -NURS-8008 HEALTHCARE POLICY Level:Graduate Regular Course 3

  -NBSN-3003 SCIENTIFIC BAS NURS Level:Undergraduate Regular Course 3

  -NBSN-3040C COMMUNITY PARTNER Level:Undergraduate Regular Course 6

  Community as Partner Practicum PM7030C Level:Undergraduate Regular Course 3

 

Faculty Development Activities

  Type:Conference Attendance 09-2002 Organization:National Institute of Nursing Research Title:State of the Science 2002 Congress. Location:Washington, D.C.

  Type:Conference Attendance 02-2003 Organization:American Association of College of Nursing Title:Doctoral Education Conference: Seeking Clarity in the Complexities of Doctoral Education Location:Sanibel Island, FL

  Type:Conference Attendance 07-2005 Title:The Eighteenth NIMH conference on Mental Health Services Research Location:Bethesda, MD

  Type:Conference Attendance Selected by Ohio Department of Mental Health as one of five mental health services researchers who represented Ohio in this federal meeting 04-2006 Title:Connecting Science and Service: A Planning Meeting for the Midwestern Region Location:Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

  Type:Conference Attendance 07-2007 Organization:Washington DC. Title:The 19th NIMH conference on Mental Health Services Research

  Type:Conference Attendance 09-2007 Organization:NIH Title:Building the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in the Service of Public Health Location:Bethesda, MD

  Type:Conference Attendance 05-2008 Organization:NIH Title:CTSA Workshop: Accelerating the dissemination and translation of clinical research into practice Location:Bethesda, MD

  Type:Conference Attendance 01-2009 Organization:NIH Title:The 2nd Annual NIH conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation: Building research capacity to bridge the gap from science to service Location:Bethesda, MD

  Type:Conference Attendance 03-2010 Organization:NIH Title:The 3rd Annual NIH conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation: Method and Measurements Location:Bethesda, MD

 

Other Information

  Description:~~State of the Science 2002 Congress. National Institute of Nursing Research. Sep29 -    Oct 1, 2002. Washington, D.C. [Invited by the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing]

  Description:~~Doctoral Education Conference: Seeking Clarity in the Complexities of Doctoral Education. American Association of College of Nursing. Jan 29-Feb 1, 2003. Sanibel Island, FL [Invited by the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing]

  Description:~~The Eighteenth NIMH conference on Mental Health Services Research. July 18-19, 2005. Bethesda, MD.

  Description:~~Connecting Science and Service: A Planning Meeting for the Midwestern Region. April 17-18, 2006. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. [Selected by Ohio Department of Mental Health as one of five mental health services researchers who represented Ohio in this federal meeting]

  Description:~~The 19th NIMH conference on Mental Health Services Research. July 24-25, 2007. Washington DC.

  Description:~~Building the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in the Service of Public Health. September 10, 2007. NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD.

  Description:~~CTSA Workshop: Accelerating the dissemination and translation of clinical research into practice. May 9, 2008. NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD.

  Description:~~The 2nd Annual NIH conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation: Building research capacity to bridge the gap from science to service. January 28-9, 2009. NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD.

  Description:~~The 2nd Annual NIH conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation: Building research capacity to bridge the gap from science to service. January 28-9, 2009. NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD.
  07/09 The 20th NIMH conference on Mental Health Services Research. July 20-21, 2007. Washington DC.