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Christine Grippi, RN, MS, CNS, PHD

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Adelphi University, Garden City, NY, PHD - Nursing EducationAlbert Einstein College of Medicine, Cardozo School of Law, NY, Biomedical Ethics - CertificateAdelphi University, Garden City, NY, BSN & MS (CNS) - Parent/Child Health Nursing

Description

I recently joined the SON after working in clinical practice in the Children’s Hospital at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn for the past 4 years. Prior to my work at Maimonides, I was a Clinical Nurse Specialist at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of NY, in the Northwell Health System working in various roles, as Regional Perinatal Network Manager, NICU Research Database Manager, Nurse Educator and preceptor.  I am a pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist with a focus on maternal child health nursing and community health. I have taught at all undergraduate levels - Introduction to Professional Nursing Practice, Transition to Professional Nursing Practice/Capstone, Maternal-Child Health/Pediatrics, Community Health Nursing, Leadership, Nutrition for Nursing, & Evidence-Based Practice/ Research. My scholarship and research has focused on the development of evidence based practice initiatives in the clinical setting and study of families of hospitalized children, particularly in the NICU setting. 

Specialties

Clinical Nurse Specialist-Pediatrics

Publications

March of Dimes NYS Chapter Nurse Advisory Committee. (2011) “Perinatal Nurse

Leadership: A Dialogue Across New York State on Perinatal Quality Measurement”. March of Dimes NYS Chapter Nurse Advisory Committee Summit Report.

(Authors of Summit Report: Debra Bingham, DrPH, RN, Adriann Combs, BSN, RN,

Donna M Cashman, PHN, MS, Christine Grippi, MSN, RN, CNS, Sascha James, DNP, CNM;

With the support of Nelson S. Andino, Director of Program)

Lectures and Presentations

“Striving for Excellence: Reducing CLABSI in the NICU”:

NSLIJ Health System Annual Nursing Research Conference, 2010, poster presentation

and podium presentation

NYS March of Dimes Perinatal Symposium, 2010, poster presentation and podium

presentation

NYS Perinatal Association Annual Conference, Albany, NY, 2010, poster presentation

Pediatric Nursing Journal (Cohen Children’s Medical Center of NY), volume 4, 2010

“Improving Neonatal Nutrition: An Overview of the NYS Neonatal Enteral Feeding

Project”:

NYS March of Dimes Perinatal Symposium, 2012, podium presentation

An Examination of Staff Attitudes toward Working with Hospitalized Children”

IRB approved (NSLIJ/Winthrop/Molloy) research study: Survey to health care

professionals working in the pediatric setting at 2 metropolitan teaching hospitals

Molloy College 3rd Annual Doctoral Forum, 2013, poster presentation

Eastern Nursing Research Society Annual Conference 4/17-19/2013, paper presentation

NSLIJ Health System Annual Nursing Research Conference, 5/15/2013, poster

Presentation

“Diaper / Incontinence Associated Dermatitis in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit” –poster presentation -Sau Man Pang RN & Christine Grippi RN, CNS

Maimonides Medical Center 4th Annual Nursing Research Conference, Brooklyn NY (2016) & Annual WOCN conference, November, 2016 (Melville NY)

“Safer sleep for babies Part 1: State, hospital and community collaboration”- Panel Presenter

New York State Perinatal Association Annual Conference, Albany NY-June 8, 2017

The Impact of Focused Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Education on Pediatric Nurses’ Knowledge of CPS – poster presentation

Gia Ramsey BSAS, ADN, LPN, CPST-I; Christine Grippi RN, MSN, CNS, CPST, PhD(c)

Maimonides Medical Center 6th Annual Nursing Research Conference, Brooklyn NY-

November, 2018

“Incontinence Associated Dermatitis in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit 2019 update” - Sau Man Pang RN & Christine Grippi RN, CNS-–poster presentation

American Pediatric Surgical Nurses Association Annual Scientific Conference, Boston MA-

May 16-19, 2019

Resourcefulness, Postpartum Depression, Perception of Child Vulnerability and Perceived Stress in Mothers of Preterm Infants after NICU Discharge (podium presentation)

Northwell Health System Annual Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice Conference, Leonard’s, Great Neck NY, May 23, 2019 


Honors/Awards

Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society for Nursing Scholarship Award

May, 2018

Affiliations

  • AWHONN (Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nursing)
  • Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society for Nursing, Alpha Omega Chapter
  • NYS Perinatal Association
  • Eastern Nursing Research Society (ENRS)
  • National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN)
  • Academy of Neonatal Nurses (ANN)
  • National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists (NACNS)
  • American Pediatric Surgical Nurses’ Association (APSNA)