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Angela Nannini

Home Address:
27 Washington Street
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
(978) 921-0125
angela@nanduce.com

Work Address:
Northeastern University School of Nursing
106D Robinson Hall
Boston, MA 02115
(716) 373-3112
a.nannini@neu.edu

Massachusetts RN/NP license: 111887
ANA Certification as Family Nurse Practitioner 1978-2005
AANP recertification as Family Nurse Practitioner 2005-2010

Educational Background:

Institution                                  Dates Attended      Degree

Brandeis University                         1992-98            Ph.D. Concentration Health Policy
Florence Heller School of Social Policy
Waltham, MA

Vanderbilt University                        1977-78            M.S.N, Family Nurse Clinician
Nashville, TN

University of Madrid, Spain                  1973                Diploma in Spanish

Georgetown University                        1967-71             B.S. N., Nursing
Washington, DC

Major Area of Concentration In Practice:

Family Nurse Practitioner caring for clients across the life span. Interested in culturally diverse
populations, particularly Latino families living in underserved areas

Major Area of Concentration in Research/ Scholarship:

Population Health
Health Disparities Issues for various populations across the life span
Maternal health as a window for improving women’s health
Advanced practice nursing policy issues




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Dissertation for Academic Credit:
Nannini, A. (1998). Understanding sexual assault of women with disabilities. UMI
    Dissertation Services, Ann Arbor, MI.

Scholarships, Fellowships, And Awards:

1978                  Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society
1992-94               Recipient of Heller School Grant
1995                  Merck Scholars II Dissertation Fellowship
1995                  MA Healthy Start Program, Certificate of Appreciation
1998                  Distinguished Nurse Practitioner of the Year, Massachusetts Coalition of
                      Nurse Practitioners (First Recipient)
2004                  ANA Presidential Scholar Award, American Nurses Foundation
2006                  Technology and Teaching Award, Northeastern University
2006                  Certificate of Appreciation for Participation in MA DPH Perinatal
                       Regulation Process
2007                  Innovative Teaching Award from Massachusetts Association of Colleges
                       of Nursing


Employment History by Category:

Administrative Experience (1986-Present)

                      Massachusetts Department of Public Health

1992-Present          Senior Health Policy Analyst
                      Bureau of Family and Community Health
                      .5 to 1 day week since 2003

1989-92               Director, Primary Care Division
                      Bureau of Community Health Programs

1986-89               Clinical Specialist (Part-time), Primary Care Division


Teaching Experience (1976-Present)

2003-present          Northeastern University
                      Bouvé College of Health Sciences, School of Nursing
                      Boston, MA

2003-present          Assistant Professor (Full-time)

1997-2003             University of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts
                      College of Nursing

                      Assistant Professor ( Half-time 2001-2003)
                      Lecturer (Part-time 1997-2000)
                      Ph.D. Program in Nursing



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1979-89              University of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts
                     College of Nursing

1988-89              Lecturer (Full-time)
                     Professional and public policy issues for RN-BSN program

1985-89              Instructor (Half-time)
                     Pediatric and Medical Surgical Nursing
1979-84              Health Assessment Preceptor (Boston State College before U-Mass
                     Boston)

1976-77              Community College of Denver, Denver, Colorado
                     Instructor (Full-time) Pediatric and Medical Surgical Nursing

Consultant Experience (1998-2007)

1998 - 2007          Evaluation Consultant, Partners Healthcare Inc., Boston, MA
                     Community Benefits Program

Clinical Experience (1971-2000)

1998 – 2001          Salem Family Health Center, Salem, Massachusetts
                     Nurse Practitioner, (Part-time)

1991-1996            Beverly Hospital, Beverly, Massachusetts
                     Nurse Practitioner, Per Diem, Emergency Department

1978-87              Lynn Community Health Center, Lynn, Massachusetts
                     Family Nurse Practitioner
                     Community Health Education Coordinator

Summer, 1976         Colorado Department of Public Health, Longmont, Colorado
                     Title I School Nurse, Migrant Program

1975-76              University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver, Colorado
                     Staff Nurse, Liver Transplant Research Center

1973-74              Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, New Jersey
                     Medical Health Advocate, Outpatient Department
                     Staff Nurse, Surgical Unit

1971-73              New England Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts
                     Staff Nurse, Family Participation and Renal Units




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Teaching Experience ( Courses Taught)

Northeastern University 2003 - Present
Bouvé College of Health Sciences
School of Nursing
Boston, MA

Fall 2003
     Nur G111: Epidemiology and Community Health – 18 students
        Spring 2004
     Nur G111: Epidemiology and Community Health- 14 students
     Nur G302: Health Policy and Law- 9 students
Summer 1 2004
     Nur G114: Research Applications
        Preceptor 4 students 40 hours each
Fall 2004
     Nur G111: Epidemiology and Community Health- 33 students
     BHS260: Dimensions of the American Health Care System- 88 students
Spring 2005
     Nur G121:Epidemiology and Population Health- 17 students
     NurG 302: Health Policy and Law- 9 students
     NurU 970 Honors practicum- 1 student
Summer 1 2005
     NurG 114 Research Applications
        Preceptor 1 student 40 hours.
Fall 2005
     Nur G121: Epidemiology and Population Health- 30 students
     Nur U946: Comprehensive nursing practicum- 3 students
     Nur U970: Honors practicum- 1 student
Spring 2006
     Nur G121: Epidemiology and Population Health- 32 students
     Nur G302: Health Policy and Law- 17 students
     Nur G114: Research Applications
        Preceptor 1 student 40 hours
Summer 1 2006
     Nur G114: Research Applications
        Preceptor 1 student 40 hours
Fall 2006
     Nur G121: Epidemiology and Population Health
        2 sections 31 students in each section
        Independent study: Direct entry student
        Independent study: DPT (Practice doctorate physical therapy) student
Spring 2007
     Nur G121: Epidemiology and Population Health- 28 students
     Nur G302: Health Policy and Law- 15 students
Summer 1 2007
     Nur G114: Research Applications
        Preceptor 1student 40 hours




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Fall 2007
     Nur G121: Epidemiology and Population Health – 18 students
     Nur G750: Health Care of Urban Populations – 3 doctoral students
Spring 2008
     Nur G121: Epidemiology and Population Health- 30 students
     Nur G302: Health Policy and Law- 10 students
     Nur G114: Research Applications
        Preceptor 1 student 40 hours
Summer 1 2008
     Dialogue in Civilizations, Toledo, Spain
        Global Health Care Management and Leadership- 16 students

University of Massachusetts
College of Nursing
Boston, MA
     Health Policy in PhD Program
     Research undergraduate and graduate
     Pediatrics and medical surgical nursing undergraduate
     Nursing leadership and policy undergraduate

Community College of Denver
School of Nursing
Denver, CO
    Pediatrics
    Medical Surgical Nursing

Thesis/Dissertation Advisement:

Eileen Stuart Shor, Accessing Preventive Cardiovascular Services for Racial and
Ethnic Disparities in Boston. Doctoral Defense on April 25, 2002.
Chairperson, University of Massachusetts-Boston

Elissa Ladd. Antibiotic Prescribing Practices of Nurse Practitioners.
Doctoral defense on August 24, 2004
Chairperson, University of Massachusetts-Boston

Anna Yoder, Gender and Age Disparities in Prescribing Cardiovascular Medications.
Defense in March, 2005
Committee member, University of Massachusetts-Boston

Victoria Morrison, A Contemporary Analysis of Smallpox Vaccination Policy.
Defense in March 2005.
Chairperson, University of Massachusetts-Boston

Tinker Ready, The Relationship Between the Medical Industry and Health Care Charities: A
Challenge for Journalists. Masters Thesis, School of Journalism, Northeastern University.
Defense in August 2005.
Committee member, Northeastern University




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Shellie Simons, Workplace Bullying Between Nurses: Prevalence and Relationship to Intention to
Leave the Organization by Newly Licensed Registered Nurses. Doctoral defense on February 22, 2006.
Chairperson, University of Massachusetts-Boston

Darcy Brewin, Contribution of Multidimensional Contextual Factors during Adolescence and Young
Adulthood to Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Birth Outcomes, Defense on November 28, 2006
Chairperson, University of Massachusetts-Boston

Scholarship and Research:
* Data based
α Student

Publications

Refereed Articles

*Weiss, J., Nannini, A., Fogerty S., Sachs B., DeJoy S., O'Grady J.P. et al. (2000, March 31).
   The use of hospital discharge data to monitor uterine rupture, Massachusetts, 1990-1997.
   MMWR 49(12), 245-48.

*Nannini, A., Weiss, J., Goldstein, R., & Fogerty, S. (Summer, 2002). Pregnancy-associated
   mortality at the end of the twentieth century, Massachusetts 1990-1999. JAMWA, 55(3), 140-
   143.

* Deneux-Tharaux,C., Berg, C., Bouvier-Colle, M.H., Gissler, M., Harper, M., Nannini, A.,
    Alexander, S., Wildman, K., Breart, G., & Buekens, P. (2005, October 1). Pregnancy related
    mortality in the United States and Europe: Use of a uniform enhanced surveillance method to
    provide comparable data. Obstetrics and Gynecology,106(4), 684-92.

*Lazar, J., Kotelchuck, M., Nannini, A. Barger, M. (Winter 2006). Identifying multiple gestation
   groups using state-level birth and fetal death certificate data. Maternal Child Health Journal.
   10(3), 225-228.
α *Stuart-Shor, E.M., Nannini, A., Ostrem, M., Russell, G.E., & Mittleman, M.A. (2006,
    Spring). The prevalence of blood pressure and cholesterol monitoring in Boston among non-
    Hispanic blacks, Hispanics and non-Hispanic whites. Ethnicity and Disease, 16(2), 375-383.

*Tomashek, K., Shapiro-Mendoza, C.,Weiss, J., Kotelchuck M., Barfield, W., Evans, S.,
   Naninni,A., & Declercq E. (2006, Spring). Early discharge among late preterm and term
   newborns and risk for neonatal morbidity. Seminars in Perinatalogy, 30, 61-68.

*Nannini, A. (2006, Nov-Dec). Patterns of sexual assault among women with and without disabilities.
   Women’s Health Issues, 16(6):372-379.
*Gissler, M., Deneux-Tharaux,C., Alexander, S., Berg, C., Bouvier-Colle, M.H., Harper, M.,
    Nannini, A., Breart, G., & Buekens, P. (2007, Aug). Pregnancy-related deaths in four regions
    of Europe and the United States in 1999-2000: Characterisation of unreported deaths. European
    Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, 133(2),179-85.

*Schieve, L., Cohen, B., Nannini, A., Ferre, C., Reynolds, M., Zhang, Z., Jeng, G. Macaluso, M.,
    & Wright, V. (2007). A Population-based Study of maternal and perinatal outcomes



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    associated with assisted reproductive technology, Massachusetts, 1997-1998. Maternal Child
    Health Journal, 11,517-525.


* Nannini, A., Lazar, J., Berg, C.J., Tomashek, K., Cabral, H., Barger, M., Barfield, W., &
    Kotelchuck, M. (2008, Jan-Feb), Injury: A major cause of pregnancy-associated morbidity
    in Massachusetts. Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health, 53(1), 3-10.

α Hoffman, D.,& Nannini, A. (2008, January). Planning, surveillance, & reporting for pandemic
    influenza: A briefing for advanced practice nurses. Journal of the American Academy of
    Nurse Practitioner, 20(1), 11-16.

*Shapiro-Mendoza, C., Tomashek, K., Kotelchuck, M., Barfield, W., Nannini, A., Weiss, J., &
   Declercq, E.. (2008, Feb1) Effect of late preterm birth and maternal medical conditions on
   newborn morbidity risk. Pediatrics, 121(2), 223-232.

*Nannini, A., Lazar, J., Berg, C.J., Tomashek, K., Cabral, H., Barger, M., Barfield, W., &
   Kotelchuck, M. (2008, May/June). Physical injuries reported on hospital visits for assault
   during the pregnancy-associated period. Nursing Research. In press.

*Nannini, A., Lazar, J., Berg, C.J., Tomashek, K., Cabral, H., Barger, M.,Barfield, W., &
   Kotelchuck, M. Timing of hospital visits for assault during the pregnancy-associated
   period. Submitted to Public Health Reports in April 2008.

*Diop, H., Downs, K., Nannini, A., Frigoletto, F., Barger, M., Acker et. al. Brief report: mid-
   pregnancy chorioamnionitis in Massachusetts, 1998-2004: Maternal and perinatal outcomes.
   Submitted to MMWR December, 2007 and resubmitted with revisions April 2008.

* Boulet, S., Schieve, L., Nannini, A., Ferre, C., Devine, O., Cohen, B., Wright, V. & Macaluso,
    M. Perinatal outcomes of twin births conceived using assisted reproductive technology: A
    population-based study. Human Reproduction In Press.

Howard, E., Rickles, N., Nannini, A., Harvey, R., ONeil-Pirozzi, T., Kirwin, J., & Lowe, S.
   Establishing a geriatric education center. Submitted Summer 2007 and resubmitted with
   revisions April 2008.

  Nannini, A. The health policy pathfinder: An innovative strategy to explore interest group
    politics. Submitted to Journal of Nursing Education December 2007 and resubmitted with
    revisions April 2008.

α Mix, C., Nannini, A., Howard, E., Lowe, S., & Kirwin, J. Interdisciplinary gerontology
    curricula in the Health Sciences. Submitted to Gerontology and Geriatrics Education
    December 2007.

* Zhang, Z., Macaluso, M., Cohen, B., Schieve, L., Nannini, A., Chen, M., & Wright, V.
    Accuracy of assisted reproductive technology information on the Massachusetts birth
    certificate, 1997-2000. Submitted to American Journal of Epidemiology for review April,
    2008.




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*Nannini, A., Lazar, J., Berg, C.J., Tomashek, K., Cabral, H., Barger, M., Barfield, W., &
    Kotelchuck, M. Risk of pregnancy-associated injuries for Black and Hispanic ethnic
    groups. In progress, expect submission June 2008.


Other Publications

MA Department of Public Health (DPH). (1989). Guidelines for comprehensive prenatal care.
  MA DPH, Boston, MA.

*Nannini, A. (1995). Certified nurse midwives, nurse practitioners and physician
   assistants in Massachusetts: Characteristics, contributions and perceptions of
   barriers to practice, MA DPH, Boston, MA.

Nannini, A. (1997). [Review of RWJF community snapshots study]. Clinical
   excellence for nurse practitioners, 1(2), 153.

*Nannini, A., & Sherman, L. (1997). Services for survivors of sexual assault in
   Massachusetts acute care hospital emergency departments. MA DPH, Boston, MA.

*Nannini, A., & Weiss, J. (2000, May). Pregnancy-associated mortality in
   Massachusetts: Medical causes of death, 1995-98. MA DPH, Boston. MA.

Weiss, J., & Nannini, A. (2001, July 11). Birth after cesarean [Letter to the editor].
   New York Times.

Weiss, J., Nannini, A. & Bartlett, L. (2002, January 10). Uterine rupture after previous
   cesarean delivery [Letter to the editor]. New England Journal of Medicine, 346(2), 134-35.

*Nannini, A., Oelschig, C., & Weiss, J. (2002, May). Pregnancy-associated injury deaths:
   Violence, substance abuse and motor vehicle collisions, 1990 - 1999. Massachusetts Department
   of Public Health, Boston, MA.


Published Abstracts

   *Nannini, A. et al. (1989). Low hematocrit in a high-risk prenatal population.
     Paper presented at 117th Annual meeting of American Public Health Association
     (APHA), Chicago, IL.

   Franklin, S., Nannini A., et al. (1990). Reaching pregnant adolescents in a high risk population.
      Poster presented at 118th annual meeting of APHA. New York, NY.

   *Nannini, A., Maia, M., et al. (1995, October). Predictors of continued smoking during
     pregnancy among culturally diverse low-income women. Paper presented at
     123rd annual meeting of APHA, San Diego, CA.

   *Nannini, A., Metallinos-Katsaras, E., Mahoney, J., et al. (1996, March). Predictors of post
   partum relapse among culturally diverse low-income women. Poster presented at the
   4 th Annual Primary Health Care for the Underserved Conference" Boston, MA.



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*Nannini, A., McHugh, A., & Fogerty, S. (1996, November).Characteristics,
  contributions and perceptions of barriers to practice of certified nurse midwives, nurse
 practitioners and physician assistants in MA. Poster presented at the 124th annual meeting of
 APHA, New York, NY.

Nannini, A., Fogerty, S., et al. (1996, November). Implementing a statewide a
  sexual assault nurse examiner program (SANE). Poster presented at the 124th annual
  meeting of APHA, New York, NY.

Dolan, C., Diamond, M., Robinson, L., & Nannini, A. (1996, November). A
  delicate balance: Meeting the needs of sexual assault clients and quality
  data reporting. Poster presented at the 124th annual meeting of APHA, New York, NY.

Perry, C., Doyle, D., Nannini, A., & Earley, C. (1997, April). The development
    of a collaborative model to evaluate a statewide sexual assault nurse examiner
    program. Paper presented at Nursing Network on Violence Against Women
    International, Charleston, W. VA.

*Bartlett, L. A., Nannini, A., Weiss, J., & Berg, C. J. (1999, April 19-23). Trends in
   uterine ruptures among women with previous cesarean section. Paper presented
   at the 48th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Conference, Atlanta, Ga.

*Bartlett, C. J., Berg, C. J., Weiss, J., & Nannini, A. (1999, June 8-9). Uterine ruptures
    in women attempting vaginal birth after cesarean section (VBAC): Surveillance issues
   and classification of clinical severity. Poster presented at the 12th annual meeting for
    the Society for Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiologic Research, Baltimore, MD.

*Weiss, J., Nannini, A., Bartlett, L., Kim, J., & Fogerty, S. (1999, Dec. 8-9).
   Sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of cases of uterine rupture. Poster
   presented at the 1999 Maternal, Infant, and Child Health Epidemiology Workshop,
   Atlanta, GA.

*Nannini, A., Weiss, J., Kim, J., & Fogerty, S. (1999, Dec. 8-9). Enhanced maternal
   mortality surveillance in Massachusetts. Poster presented at the 1999 Maternal, Infant,
   and Child Health Epidemiology Workshop, Atlanta, GA.

*Weiss, J., Nannini A., Bartlett, L., Declercq, E., Barger, M., Khalil, L., & Kim, J.
   (2000, June). Population-based uterine rupture ratios, Massachusetts 1990-1998. SPER
    Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.

*Declercq, E., Weiss, J., Barger, M., Nannini, A., Bartlett, L., & Khalil, L. (2000, September).
   Factors related to uterine rupture in Massachusetts, 1990-1998. FIGO
    Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

*Weiss, J., Nannini, A., Bartlett, L., Declerq, E., Barger, M., Khalil, L., & Kim, J.
   (2000, November). Maternal and infant outcomes associated with uterine rupture.
   Paper presented at the 128th Annual Meeting of APHA, Boston, MA.




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 *Nannini, A., Weiss, J., Fogerty, S., Kahlil, L., & Kim, J. (2000, November).
    Maternal mortality in Massachusetts: Differences by race, age and poverty. Poster
    presented at the 128th Annual Meeting of APHA, Boston, MA.

 Stuart-Shor, E., O’Meara, M., Cort, D., Forman, D., & Nannini, A. (2000, November).
      Implementing “Heart and Sole”, a biopsychosocial approach to cardiac risk factor
      Reduction in an urban minority community. Paper presented at the 128th Annual Meeting
      APHA, Boston, MA.

 *Nannini, A. (2001, May 16). Maternal mortality: Periods of risk and opportunities for
     prevention. 5th Annual Public Health Nursing Conference: Public Health Nursing, Local
 Leaders, Worcester, MA.

 *Barger, M., Weiss, J., Nannini, A., Declercq, E., Goldstein, R., & Lazar, J. ( 2001, October 24).
     Riskfactors associated with severe rupture in women with a previous cesarean
    section. American Public Health Association Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

 *Goldstein, R.E., Nannini, A., Weiss, J., & Lazar, J. ( 2001, October 24). Risk factors for
    pregnancy-associated mortality in Massachusetts, 1990-1999. American Public
    Health Association Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.

 *Nannini, A., R. Goldstein, J., & Weiss., J. (2001, December 12-13). Perinatal outcomes
     associated with uterine rupture. The 2001 Maternal, Infant, and Child Health Epidemiology
    Workshop, Clearwater, Florida.

 *Lazar, J., Kotelchuck, M., Declercq, E., Barger, M., Richman, A., & Nannini, A. (2003,
     November 17). .Identifying multiple gestation groups using state level birth and fetal
     death and certificates. Paper presented at the 131 st American Public Health Association,
     San Francisco, CA.

 *Lazar, J., Kotelchuck, M., Declercq, E., Barger, M., & Nannini, A. (2003, November 19).
     Survival patterns for twin gestations after a single fetal demise. Poster presented at the
     131 st American Public Health Association, San Francisco, CA.

 Feinberg, E., Lazar, J., Goldstein, R., Schuster, M., & Nannini, A. (2003, November 19).
     Combining qualitative and quantitative approaches to investigate access to care among
     immigrant childbearing women. Poster presented at the 131st Annual Meeting American
     Public Health Association, San Francisco, CA.

 *Nannini, A., (2004, April 2). Sexual assault of women with disabilities: When do
    group-based differences matter? Eastern Nurses Research Society Annual Meeting,
    Quincy, MA.

*Lazar, J., Kotelchuck, M., Kirby, R., Nannini, A., & Barfield, W. (2004, June 7).
     Improving estimates of vaginal delivery after cesarean using linked birth and fetal
     death certificates and hospital discharge data. Poster presented at 17 th annual
     meeting for the Society for Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiologic Research, Salt
     Lake City, Utah.




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 *Nannini, A., Kotelchuck, M., Barger, M., Barfield, W., Tomashek, K., & Evans, S. (2004,
    June 8). The economic inpatient burden of multiple gestation families: A population-
    based study in Massachusetts. Presentation at Academy Health 2004 Annual Research
    Meeting, San Diego, CA

*Nannini, A., Beares, P., Edlund, K., & Barfield. W. ( 2004, November 10). Two methods to
    measure inter-pregnancy intervals using linked data for MCH surveillance. Poster
    presented at the 132nd Annual Meeting American Public Health Association,
    Washington DC.

*Nannini, A., Barfield, W., Cohen, B., Caceres, I., Tomashek, K., Evans, S., Liu, C., &
    Kotelchuck, M. (2004, December 9). Two methods to measure inter-pregnancy
    intervals using linked data for MCH sSurveillance. Presentation at the 10 th Annual
    Maternal, Infant, and Child Health Epidemiology Conference, Atlanta, GA.

 *Lu, E., Nannini, A., Barfield, W., Kotoff, S., Carter, M., & Mackey, B. (2004,
     December 8). Measuring changes in obstetrical provider availability in
     Massachusetts hospitals 2002-2004. Presentation at the 10 th Annual Maternal,
     Infant, and Child Health Epidemiology Conference, Atlanta, GA.

 *Nannini, A., Lu, E., Barfield, W., & Johnson, D. (2005, June 26). Measuring change
    in obstetrical supply at the hospital level: MA 2002-2004. Presentation at
    Academy Health 2005 Annual Research Meeting, Boston, MA.

  *Tomashek, K.M., Shapiro-Mendoza, K., Weiss, J., Evans, S., Kotelchuck, M., Barfield,
     W., & Nannini, A. (2005, June). Early discharge of near-term infants and risk of
     neonatal morbidity. Poster presentation at annual meetings of SPER, Toronto, CA.

 *Tomashek, K.M., Shapiro-Mendoza, C.K., Weiss, J., Kotelchuck, M. Barfield, W.,
    Evans,S., Naninni, A., & Declercq, E. Early discharge of near-term infants and risk
    for neonatal morbidity? NICHD workshop: Optimizing Care and Long-term
    Outcome of Near-term Pregnancy and Near-term Newborn Infant. Bethesda,
    Maryland. July 18th and 19th, 2005.

 *Nannini, A., Lazar, J., Berg, C., Barger, M., Tomashek, K., Kotelchuck, M., Barfield,
    W., et al. (2005, Dec. 8). Disparities in Pregnancy-associated injury morbidity related
    to race and ethnicity, age and health insurance. Paper presented at 11th annual MCH
    EPI meeting, Miami, FL,

 *Tomashek, K., Shapiro-Mendoza, C.K., Weiss, J., Evans, S., Kotelchuck, M., Barfield,
    W., Nannini, A., et al. (2005, Dec. 9). Early Discharge of Near-Term Infants and
    Risk for Neonatal Morbidity. Paper presented at the 11th Annual MCH EPI Meeting,
    Miami, FL.

 *Conner, K., Diop, H., Nannini, A., Downs, K., McLaughlin, M., & Evans, S. (2005, Dec
     8). Assessment of pregnancy-associated deaths from substance abuse using linked
     data: Massachusetts, 1999-2002. Poster presented at the 11th Annual MCH EPI
     Meeting, Miami, FL.




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 * Nannini, A., Lazar, J., Berg, C., Tomashek, K., Barger, M., Kotelchuck, M., et al. (2006,
    April 21). Examining pregnancy-associated injuries to inform prevention strategies.
    Paper presented at the Eastern Nursing Research Society 18th Annual Scientific
    Sessions, Cherry Hill, NJ.

 *Gissler, M., Deneux-Tharaux,C., Alexander, S. Berg, C., Bouvier-Colle, M.H., Harper, M.,
    Nannini, A.,et al. (2006, November 8). What ICD-10 coding misses? Pregnancy-related
    deaths in four regions of Europe and the United States in 1999-2000. Paper presented at
    the134th Annual Meeting American Public Health Association, Boston, MA.

   *Nannini, A., Lazar, J., Berg, C., Tomashek, K., Barger, M., Barfield, W., et al. (2006,
     December). Patterns and timing of pregnancy associated injuries to inform MCH
     practice. Paper presented at the 12th annual MCH EPI Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

 * Nannini, A., Cohen, B., Macaluso, M., Zhang, Z., Schieve, L., Wright, V., et al. (2006,
    Dec.). Characteristics of mothers using assisted reproductive technology or fertility
    assistance in Massachusetts. Paper presented at the 12th Annual MCH EPI Meeting,
    Atlanta, GA

 *Nannini, A., Zhang, Z., Schieve, L., Macaluso, M., Cohen, B., & Wright, V. (2006,
    December). Evaluation of assisted reproductive technology reporting on the
    Massachusetts birth certificates. Paper presented at the12th Annual MCH EPI Meeting,
    Atlanta, GA

   * Diop, H., Nannini, A.., Downs, K., Manning, S., & Mclaughlin, M. (2007, December 5).
     . Paper presented at the 13th Annual MCH EPI Meeting, Atlanta, GA


Invited Presentations

International

   Nannini, A. (2004, September 12-14). Invitational meeting of the International Maternal
      Mortality Study Group to discuss results of international study on maternal mortality
      surveillance. Paris, France.

   Nannini, A. (2006, November 14). Maternal mortality and morbidity analyses to inform
      maternal child health public health nursing practice. St. Luke’s College of Nursing,
      Tokyo, Japan.

National

   Nannini, A. (2003, September). Invitational two day meeting sponsored by AMCHP, CDC,
      ACOG, and MCHB, HRSA to discuss pregnancy associated mortality review
      (monograph will be published), Washington D.C.

   Nannini, A. (2003, December 11). Linking data through a public-private partnership. Invited
      speaker to The 9th Annual Maternal, Infant, and Child Health Epidemiology Conference,
      Tempe, Arizona.



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   *Nannini, A. (2004, March 1). Beyond medical reviews for pregnancy-associated mortality.
      Association of Maternal Child Health Programs, Washington D.C.

   Nannini, A. (2005, May 8 and 9). Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Session, Invited discussant.
      Expecting something better: a conference to optimize maternal health care. Jacob’s Institute
      on Women’s Health,Washington DC.

Regional/local

   *Nannini, A. ( 2002, May 14).Why and how mothers die in Massachusetts. Partners in Perinatal
      Health. Worcester, MA.

   *Nannini, A. ( 2002, July 24). Pregnancy-associated homicide in Massachusetts. Paper presented
      to the Governor’s Commission on Domestic Violence, Boston, MA.

   Nannini, A. ( 2002, September 20). Elder sexual abuse: Crossing the quality chasm without a map.
      Workshop presented at “Improving Medical Services for Survivors of Sexual Assault.“
      Massachusetts Medical Society, Waltham, MA.

   *Nannini, A. (2004, November 16). How to use inter-pregnancy interval data for family
      planning program planning. Presented to the Massachusetts Family Planning
      Association, Boston. MA.

   *Nannini, A. (2004, November 23). The pregnancy to early life longitudinal linkage project.
      Presented to Senior Staff, MA Department of Public Health. Boston, MA.

   *Nannini, A. (2004, November 30). Use of inter-pregnancy interval data to improve family
      planning programs. Presented to MA DPH, Division of Primary Care and Health Access.
      Boston, MA.

   *Kotelchuck, M, and Nannini, A. (2005, Feb. 3) The Pregnancy to Early Life Longitudinal
      (PELL) Data System: A joint project of MDPH, BUSPH, and the CDC. Present to Bureau of
      Substance Abuse Services, MA Department of Public Health. Boston MA

   *Kotelchuck, M., & Nannini, A. (2005, February,10). The Pregnancy to Early Life Longitudinal
       (PELL) data system: A joint project of MDPH, BUSPH, and the CDC. Division of Chronic
       Disease, Bureau of Family and Community Health, MA Department of Public Health, Boston,
       MA .

   Nannini, A. (2006, May 2). Using blackboard to enhance teaching: An endless renovationproject.
   Presented at Teaching with Technology: Blackboard and Beyond, Northeastern University, Boston,
   MA.

   *Nannini, A. (2006, May 25). Pregnancy associated injuries in Massachusetts. Presented to the
      Division of Injury Prevention, MA Department of Public Health, Boston, MA.
   *Nannini, A. (2006, Nov 30) Patterns and timing of pregnancy associated injuries to inform MCH
      practice. Presented to the Division of Injury Prevention, MA Department of Public Health.
      Boston, MA.




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*Nannini, A. (2007, March 28). Patterns and timing of pregnancy associated injuries to inform
   practice. Poster presented at the Research & Scholarship Expo, Northeastern University,
   Boston, MA.

*Nannini, A. (2008, January 22). Pregnancy-associated injuries in Massachusetts: Rates, timing
   and health disparities. School of Nursing Brown Bag Lunch, Northeastern University, Boston,
   MA.

      Nannini, A. (2008, March 20). Maternal mortality and morbidity in Massachusetts: An
       update. presented at Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds, Baystate Medical Center,
       Springfield, MA.
Grants
External Research
    Massachusetts maternal and infant mental health research grant
       MA Department of Public Health with HRSA funding
       Research and evaluation competitive bid to assess maternal mental health and substance
       abuse health services utilization and child health outcomes for children by using the
       Pregnancy and Early Life Longitudinal Linkage database.
       Principal Investigator
       Funded: amount awarded: $30,000 contract over 2 years.(20% indirect)
       3/1/07- 6/30/08 to be extended to 8/31/08

      Sole source contract with centers for disease control and prevention, Division of
        Reproductive Health
        Principal Investigator for two manuscripts on Pregnancy-associated injuries;
        Awarded 2/06 -12/31/06 no cost extension to 4/30/08
       Funded: amount awarded: $15,000 includes 26% indirect

      Pregnancy to early life longitudinal linkage project.
       Co-Principal investigator, 2001-present
       Principal Investigator: Dr. Milton Kotelchuck, Boston University School of Public Health
       CDC funded Cooperative agreement through the ASPH
        Funded: $9,538 for 2 years (5% Salary for 2 years, 26% indirect costs): 10/1/04-9/30/06

      Assessing disparities and timing of pregnancy-associated injury morbidities
       to inform injury prevention strategies for women.
        American Nurses Foundation Grant.
       Principal Investigator
        ANA Presidential Scholar Award. 11/1/04-4/1/06
       Funded: amount awarded: $3,499

External Training Grant
    Interdisciplinary geriatric education center subcontractor with Upper New England
       Geriatric Center Harvard Medical School.
        HRSA Funded 7/1/05 – 12/31/06
       Co-Principal investigator with Elizabeth Howard NU SON.
       Principal investigator: Dr. Sue Levkoff, Director Upper New England Geriatric Center
       Annual Subcontract amount: $84,345 (includes 8% indirect) Training grant.
       Includes 10% for each NU Co-PI’s salary support.




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  Internal
       Assessing the prevalence of pregnancy-associated injury morbidity and related health
         disparities in Massachusetts. Provost Faculty Research Development Fund.
         Principal investigator
         Funded: amount awarded: $12,000 July 1, 2004- June 30, 2005.

         Developing an Interdisciplinary Geriatric Education Resource Center
          Principal investigator: Angela Nannini, for the Bouvé Interdisciplinary Geriatric Education
          Center (co-PIs: Elizabeth Howard, Nathaniel Rickles, Jennifer Kirwin, Therese O’Neil-
          Pirozzi, Susan Lowe)
          Funded: $5,000 July 1, 2007-June 30, 2008.
Professional Affiliations:

  American Public Health Association
  Academy for Health Services Research
  Massachusetts Coalition of Nurse Practitioners (Regional rep., BC/BS insurance
  negotiations, leadership summit)
  Massachusetts Association of Registered Nurses
    Policy Committee 2006 - present
     Chair, July 2007 - present
  Massachusetts Public Health Association
  Sigma Theta Tau, Gamma Epsilon Chapter (National Nursing Honor Society)

Other Professional Service

  Peer Reviewer: Maternal and Child Health Journal 2004- present
  Peer Reviewer: Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health 2007-present

University and SON Service

School of Nursing Graduate Curriculum Committee, 2003-2005
  Took responsibility for formatting semester conversion survey, analyzing and writing up
  results for pilot in Fall 03, Spring and Fall 04.
Bouvé CHS Interdisciplinary Committee, 2004-present
  Organizing spring event forum featuring Boston Public Health Commission, March 2005
  Organized “Difficult Conversations” for nursing students
  Elected Chairperson, Fall 2006
School of Nursing Evaluation Committee 2005 - Spring 2007 and Spring 2008
  Assisted in developing new framework SON evaluation plan




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Community Service

State Trauma Outcome Committee, March 2008
    Committee oversees the use of State Trauma Registry for outcomes measurement and integration of
    trauma outcome measurements across multiple levels of the State’s health and safety infrastructure
Primary Care Workforce Development Committee (NU representative), March 2008
    Convened by the Boston Public Health Commission to develop strategy to build workforce.
MA Safe Families Action Learning Lab, 2006-present
 Home team member to promote statewide interventions for improving violence detection and
  referral
E-Smart Advisory Group, 2003-
  MCHB and AAP grant to pilot screening for maternal depression in mothers w/ children <3 yrs
Essex County Child Fatality Review Committee, 2002-2006
  Chaired by Essex County District Attorney. Quarterly reviews child deaths in Essex County to make
  recommendation for population interventions regarding prevention.

MA Department of Public Health Perinatal Regulation Advisory Group
 Member, 2004-2006




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