Stack of magazine publications (c) All rights reserved.See research papers and scholarly articles related to projects of fellows in the Betty Irene Moore Fellowship for Nurse Leaders and Innovators program. Fellow projects are funded by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, which fosters path-breaking scientific discovery, environmental conservation, patient care improvements and preservation of the special character of the Bay Area. 

Nursing and precision predictive analytics monitoring in the acute and intensive care setting: An emerging role for responding to COVID-19 and beyond
International Journal of Nursing Studies Advances, November 2021
Fellow author: Jessica Keim-Malpass
This journal article introduces the concept of precision predictive analytics monitoring, an artificial-intelligence-based tool that translates clinical data into a real-time estimation of patient risks and allows for evolving acuity assessments and detection of clinical deterioration while the patient is in pre-symptomatic states.

Black nurse scientists and the undeniable role of historically Black colleges and universities
Nursing Outlook, Oct. 6, 2021
Fellow authors: Dawn M. Aycock, Kamila A. Alexander, Fawn A. Cothran and Schenita D. Randolph
Written by four inaugural fellows, this journal article discusses the importance of historically Black colleges and universities and how nurses who graduate from these establishments are well-positioned to address the health inequities in Black communities. 

BARRIERS to early detection of deterioration in hospitalized infants using predictive analytics
Hospital Pediatrics, Sept. 11, 2021
Fellow author: Jessica Keim-Malpass
This journal artcle discusses the challenges associated with detecting a hospitalized infant’s deterioration early on using predictive analysis and the unique challenges of recognizing illnesses in infants and nonverbal children. BARRIERS is an acronym for babies, analytics, reactors, reassurance, integration, equipment, reeducation and space.

Physiological machine learning models for prediction of sepsis in hospitalized adults: An integrative review
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, August 2021
Fellow author: Jessica Keim-Malpass
This journal article focuses on evaluating the modeling approach and statistical methodology of machine learning prediction models for sepsis in hospitalized adults.

The need for parent-adolescent conversations about racial discrimination in HIV prevention interventions
Journal of Adolescent Health, August 2021
Fellow author: Schenita D. Randolph
This journal article explores how parents play a significant role in helping children develop positive racial identities, which is linked to having fewer sexual partners.

Predictive monitoring-impact in acute care cardiology trial (PM-IMPACCT): Protocol for a randomized controlled trial
JMIR Research Protocols, July 2, 2021
Fellow author: Jessica Keim-Malpass
In this journal article, an inaugural fellow assesses the effectiveness of an advanced artificial intelligence predictive analysis monitoring system that uses real-time telemetric data to detect the early signs of decompensation in patients in acute care wards.

Dynamic data in the ED predict requirement for ICU transfer following acute care admission
Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing, May 2021
Fellow author: Jessica Keim-Malpass
This journal article outlines using a predictive analytic tool to identify emergency department patients that required an intensive or immediate care unit within 24 hours after being admitted to an acute care unit.

"Live your life cuz everybody's terminal": Describing emotions and coping behaviors of rural advanced cancer patients
The Journal of Rural Health, April 15, 2021
Fellow author: Stephanie Gilbertson-White
This journal article focuses on the ways rural people with advanced cancer process emotions and cope with their disease and how a rural setting may contribute to the emotional process.

Web and mobile-based symptom management interventions for physical symptoms of people with advanced cancer: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Palliative medicine, April 12, 2021
Fellow author: Stephanie Gilbertson-White
The efficacy of web- and mobile-based symptom management interventions for people with advanced cancer is discussed in this journal article.

Accuracy of PEWS scores and monitoring presence prior to emergent pediatric ICU transfer: A retrospective analysis
JMIR Research Protocols, Feb. 22, 2021
Fellow author: Jessica Keim-Malpass
In this journal article, the accuracy of pediatric early warning scores (PEWS) is assessed as well as whether the scores are helpful prior to a patient’s need to transfer to a pediatric intensive care unit.

Relationship between age at diagnosis and cancer clinical trial participation: Results from a nationally representative sample of cancer survivors
JAMA Network Open, Feb. 18. 2021
Fellow author: Jessica Keim-Malpass
Inequal access to clinical trials for adolescents and young adults with cancer, as well as adults ages 65 and older, is explored in this journal article.

The influence of multiple chronic conditions on symptom clusters in people with solid tumor cancers
Cancer Nursing, Feb. 12, 2021
Fellow author: Stephanie Gilbertson-White
This journal article describes the multiple chronic conditions and co-occurring symptoms known as symptom clusters that people with cancer experience. The author also explores symptom severity, symptom interference with daily life and quality of life.