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Jean Mcsweeney

TitleAssociate Dean
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentCollege of Nursing, College of Provost
DivisionCollege of Nursing Research
Address5275 ED III College of Public Health
220 UAMS Campus Dr.
Mail Slot # 529
Little Rock AR 72205
Phone501-296-1982
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    TitleProfessor
    InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    DepartmentHealth Behavior & Health Education, College of Public Health

    Other Roles
    Associate Dean for Research

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    Advisory Committee Meeting for GHRI Research Program on Patient-Centered Care (PCC) project, Central Arkansas Veterans Administration
    2015-Present-Co-Chair, UAMS, TRI Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD)
    2015-Present-Member, TRI UAMS Leadership Committee
    2014-BioVentures Search Committee
    2013-Present-Chair, PhD Council
    2013-Present-Member Co-Core Resource Services, UAMS TRI Renewal Application
    2012-2015-Member, Rainmaker, UAMS Translational Research Center (TRI)
    2011-Present-Member, UAMS Personalized Medicine/Genomic Medicine
    2011-Present-Member, UAMS Chancellor’s adHOC Committee on Predictive Genomic Medicine
    2011-Present-Co-Director, UAMS Cardiovascular Center
    2011-Member, UAMS Cardiovascular Magnet Committee
    2011-Member, Search Committee for Dean
    2009-2015-Member UAMS Center for Clinical and Translational Research (CCTR), Behavioral Expert Team, TRI
    2009-2015-Member, UAMS Center for Clinical and Translational Research (CCTR), Pathfinder Committee, TRI
    2009-The University of Texas at Austin
    2009-Present-Member, DAAC/Dean Executive Council (DEC)
    2008-2015-Member, UAMS Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC), TRI Clinical Research Center
    2007-2012-Member, PhD Council
    2007-Present-Member, UAMS Research Committee (URC)
    2007-2011-Invited Member, Dean’s Advisory Council, UAMS Graduate School
    2006-2007-Member, UAMS Cardiovascular Education Committee
    2006-2007-Vice Chair, Faculty Assembly
    2006-2007-Chair, Dissertation Chairs Committee
    2006-2007-Member, Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee
    2005-2007-Member, UAMS, Research Information Technology Steering Committee
    2004-2006-Chair, Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee
    2003-Member, P-20 Exploratory Center Grant Committee
    2002-2007-Member, UAMS, College of Medicine Research Council
    2002-2003-Member, Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee
    2002-2003-Chair, Search Committee, Associate Dean for Research
    2001-2003-Chair, Doctoral Program Sub-committee
    2001-Member, Doctoral Internet Committee
    2001-2003-Member, UAMS, Tobacco Money Advisory Board
    2001-Chair, Consent Cost Statement Subcommittee of Human Research Advisory Committee
    1999-2001-Chair, Doctoral Qualifying Examination Committee, The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    1998-Session Moderator, Research Day, sponsored jointly with Gamma Xi C Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau
    1998-2000-Member, UAMS, Human Research Advisory Committee
    1997-2000-Member, Doctoral Planning and Advisory Committee
    1997-1999-Member, Research and Development Committee
    1996-New Faculty Mentor
    1995-1999-Leadership Council, Adult Health Representative
    1994-1996-Member, Curriculum Committee
    1994-2000-Member, Adult Health Graduate Committee
    1994-Present-Member, Nursing Science
    1994-Present-Member, Faculty Assembly
    1994-Present-Member, Graduate Faculty Committee/Council
    1994-Present=Internal Grant Reviewer, College of Nursing
    1993-1994-Member, Adult Health Graduate Curriculum Committee
    1992-1994-Member, Advisory Board for Adult Health and Nursing Management, The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing, Continuing Education Program University Committees
    1984-1986-Chairperson, Nominations, Elections, Rules, and Procedures Committee, Cameron University Faculty Council
    1984-1986-Member, Cameron University Faculty Council
    1980-Member, Cameron University Recruitment Committee Professional Organizations/Membership Offices
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    2013-Research Consultant, Wayne State University
    2012-Research Consultant, Loyola University Chicago, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing
    2010-Research Consultant, Michigan State University College of Nursing
    2009-Grant Reviewer, School of Nursing, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    2009-11-Consultant on P20 application, Faculty, Loyola University School of Nursing
    2008-Present-Consultant and Grant Reviewer for Faculty and PhD Students, Indiana University
    2007-Grant Reviewer, University of Texas at Austin P20 Center
    2007-09-Consultant, M. Zotti, Centers for Disease Control
    2007-08-Consultant, Michigan State University, College of Nursing
    2007-08-Consultant and Grant Reviewer, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, School of Nursing
    2008-Souder, E., & Mrak, R., Barriers & Decision-Making Regarding Autopsy: A Comparison of African Americans and Caucasians, UAMS College of Nursing Intramural Grant Program
    2006-08-West, D. PI; Lefler, L. Co-PI; & Franks, A. Co-I. Adherence to Medications: Older Women with Coronary Heart Disease.
    2006-09-Qualitative Consultant for Dr. Rhonda Mattox, College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    2006-Consultant, Emory University, School of Nursing
    2005-09-Benefield, L.E. (PI). Distance Caregiving of CI Elders Living Alone at Home.
    2005-06-Consultant, University of Tennessee at Memphis
    2005-Consultant, Barry University
    2005-Research Consultant, University of Kentucky, School of Nursing
    2004-06-Member, Advisory Committee, TRIAD Project for Health Disparities, D. Wallace (PI)
    2004-Consultant and Grant Reviewer for Dr. Geoffrey Goldsmith, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Medicine
    2004-08-Consultant and Grant Reviewer, University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Nursing
    2004-Research Consultant, University of Arizona
    2004-Research Consultant, University of Maryland, School of Nursing
    2004-Research Consultant, University of Florida, School of Nursing
    2004-Research Consultant, South Dakota State University
    2003-Research Consultant, University of Virginia, School of Nursing
    2002-Present-Qualitative Methods Consultant, Department of Psychiatry, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    2003-Qualitative Consultant, Mark Edlund, MD, Career Development Proposal
    2000-02-Qualitative Consultant, Delbra Caradine, MD
    2002-Qualitative Consultant, School of Nursing, University of Texas Health Center
    2000-04-Qualitative Consultant, Mississippi State Systems Initiative Project, Dave Beck, MPPH (PI)
    2000-01-Qualitative Consultant, Qualitative Analysis of an Adherence Intervention, Teresa Hudson, Pharm D (PI)
    2000-02-Qualitative Methods, Faculty, Hartford Summer Gerontology Grant Writing Course
    2000-10-Qualitative Consultant, several grants based on facilitators and adherence of schizophrenia patients to their medical regime, Jeffrey Pyne, MD
    1999-Consultant for Grant Writing Workshop: Sponsored by The Veteran’s Administration Research Initiative Program
    1998-99-Qualitative Consultant, Partnership Approach for Sustaining Best Practices, Cornelia Beck, RN, PhD (PI), Patricia Heacock, RN, PhD (Co-I), Susan Mercer, DSW, UALR School of Social Work (Co-I), and Jerry Stevenson, DPA, UALR, Dept. of Public Administration (Co-I)
    1993-94-Consultant, Central Texas Heart Institute, Federal Medicare Grant

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    2016-Present-Co-Director of PhD Program
    College of Nursing
    University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR

    2008-Present-Associate Dean for Research
    College of Nursing
    University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR

    2015-Interim Dean
    College of Nursing
    University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR

    2013-2014 -Director of PhD Program
    College of Nursing
    University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR

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    2016Featured Arkansas’ Best Healthcare Professionals , About You (AY) Magazine- August Issue
    2016Invitation to American Heart Association Research Leadership Academy , American Heart Association- July
    2015 - 2016Outstanding PhD Faculty Member, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Nursing
    2015 - 2016Mentor Award, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Graduate School
    2014Graduate Faculty of the Year, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    2012CVN Best Abstract Award, American Heart Association, Council on Cardiovascular Nursing
    2011Excellence in Writing Research Award for Article of the Year, Nursing Outlook
    2011Distinguished Researcher Award, Southern Nursing Research Society
    2010Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of Texas at Austin, School of Nursing
    2010Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of Texas at Arlington
    2009Katharine A. Lembright Award, American Heart Association, Council of Cardiovascular Nursing
    2009 - 2012Invited Speaker, National Advisory Council for Nursing Research, National Institutes of Health Council of Councils
    2009Nominated by Director to serve on NIH Council of Councils, National Institute of Nursing Research
    2009Commencement Speaker, Loyola University School of Nursing
    2008Invited Participant, National Institute of Nursing Long Term Planning Retreat
    2007 - 2011Appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services to the National Advisory Council for Nu, National Institute of Health
    2007Leadership in Research Award, Southern Nursing Research Society
    2005Council of Cardiovascular Nursing Best Abstract Award, American Heart Association
    2005Invited Speaker, National Institute of Nursing Research 20th Anniversary Scientific Symposium, NIH Campus
    2005Chancellor's University Teaching Award, Graduate level, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    2004Manuscript of the Year, American Heart Association, Council of Cardiovascular Nursing
    2003Fellow, American Academy of Nursing
    2002Invited Discussant, National Institute of Nursing Research
    2002Research Excellent Award, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Nursing
    2002Invited Discussant, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Workshop on Women's Ischemia
    2002Peer Review Panel, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health
    2001Fellow, American Heart Association
    2000Fellow, American Heart Association, Council of Cardiovascular Nursing
    2000Research Excellence Award, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Nursing
    1999Leadership Excellence Award, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Nursing
    1998Research Excellence Award, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Nursing
    1997Visiting Professor, Kaohsiung Medical College, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, as rep. of the UAMS, College of Nursing
    1994Community Service Award, Sigma Theta Tau, Epsilon Theta Chapter, The University of Texas at Austin
    1993 - 1994Designated the Southern Nursing Research Scholar, American Nurses' Foundation
    1992D. Jean Wood Award for Outstanding Nursing Scholarship, Southern Nursing Research Society
    1989 - 1990Competitive Academic Award, University of Texas at Austin Graduate Fellowship
    1988Honor Society, Phi Kappa Phi
    1987 - 1989Professional Nurse Training Scholarship
    1984Nursing Instructor of the Year, Cameron University
    1983Sigma Theta Tau
    1983Student Award for Outstanding Clinical Nursing: Adult Health, The University of Texas at Arlington
    1982 - 1983Physicians' Manpower Scholarship, State of Oklahoma
    1982 - 1983Professional Nurse Training Scholarship
    1976Founder's Award, In recognition of Professional Contributions, American Heart Association

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    Funding Agency: College of Nursing Intramural Funds - Title: Exploring Prodromal and Acute Symptoms of MI in Men. - Total Direct Cost: $2,000 - End Date: 08-01-2002

    Funding Agency: College of Nursing Intramural Funds - Title: Exploring How Women Access Health Information. - Total Direct Cost: $2,005 - End Date: 01-01-2001

    Funding Agency: College of Nursing Intramural Funds - Title: Pilot Testing the Acute and Prodromal Infarction Symptom Survey with Hispanic Women - Total Direct Cost: $3,615 - End Date: 02-01-1999

    Funding Agency: College of Nursing Fellowship - Title: Women’s Heart Disease Project - Total Direct Cost: $4,750 - End Date: 06-01-1997

    Funding Agency: College of Nursing Research Fellowship - Title: Assessing Women's Symptoms Associated with Myocardial Infarctions. - Total Direct Cost: $4,500 - End Date: 06-01-1996

    Funding Agency: College of Nursing Research Fellowship, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences - Title: Promoting Women's Health after a Myocardial Infarction. - Total Direct Cost: $11,300 - End Date: 12-31-1995

    Funding Agency: College of Nursing Intramural Funds - Title: Symptoms Women Experience Surrounding a Myocardial Infarction - Total Direct Cost: $2,834 - End Date: 01-01-1998

    Funding Agency: Sigma Theta Tau Research Grant Award, Epsilon Theta Chapter - Title: Experiencing Heart Disease: Women's Perspectives. - Total Direct Cost: $500

    Funding Agency: Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence - Title: Jonas Scholarship 2014 - Total direct costs: $21,757 - Start Date: 2014-08-01

    Funding Agency: Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence - Title: Jonas Scholarship 2014 - Total direct costs: $65,271 - Start Date: 2014-08-01

    Funding Agency: Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence - Title: Jonas Scholarship 2014 - Total direct costs: $10,000 - Start Date: 2014-08-01

    Funding Agency: Veterans Administration - Title: Medical Foster Homes; A Safe, Cost Effective Substitute for Nursing Homes? - Total Direct Cost: $846,000 - Start Date: 01-01-2013 - End Date: 12-31-2015

    Funding Agency: UAMS Tobacco Settlement Fund - Title: Assessing Outcomes of the AR INBRE Summer Research Fellowship Program - Total Direct Cost: $27,428 - Start Date: 11-01-2012 - End Date: 07-30-2013

    Funding Agency: Arkansas Center for Clinical and Translational Research– High Impact Award - Title: Clinical Indicators to Inform Clinicians’ Referral Decisions for Cardiovascular Evaluation in Women. - Total Direct Cost: $115,091 - Start Date: 03-01-2010 - End Date: 03-01-2012

    Funding Agency: National Institute of Nursing Research - Title: Predicting CHD Events in Black and White Women. - Award Number: R01 NR004908 - Total Direct Cost: $2,300,000 - Start Date: 04-01-2005 - End Date: 01-30-2012

    Funding Agency: National Institute of Nursing Research - Title: Tailored Biobehavioral Interventions. - Total Direct Cost: $1,506,955 - Start Date: 10-01-2004 - End Date: 06-30-2011

    Funding Agency: National Institute of Nursing Research - Title: MI Symptoms in Women: Disparities in Women of Color. - Award Number: 1 R01 NR05265-01 - Total Direct Cost: $810,586 - Start Date: 09-15-2000 - End Date: 08-31-2005

    Funding Agency: National Institute of Nursing Research & National Center for Research Resources - Title: Women’s Prodromal and Acute Symptoms of MI - Award Number: 1 R01 NR04908-01 - Total Direct Cost: $434,899 - Start Date: 09-15-1999 - End Date: 08-31-2004

    Funding Agency: American Heart Association, Arkansas Affiliate - Title: Symptoms Women Experience Surrounding a Myocardial Infarction - Total Direct Cost: $55,500 - Start Date: 07-01-1996 - End Date: 12-01-1998

    Funding Agency: American Nurses' Foundation Grant - Title: Experiencing Heart Disease: Women's Perspectives. - Total Direct Cost: $2,700 - Start Date: 01-01-1993 - End Date: 01-01-1994

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    Funding Agency: NIH/NIDDK - Title: Health Literacy Intervention to Improve Diabetes Outcomes among Rural Primary Care Patients. - Award Number: 1RO1 - Total Direct Cost: $2,592,873 - Start Date: 03-01-2016 - End Date: 02-29-2020

    Funding Agency: UAMS Medical Research Endowment Grant - Title: The Effects of Meditation on Depressive Symptoms, Physical Symptoms, and Health Related Quality of Life in Patients with Heart Failure. A Pilot Study - Total Direct Cost: $15,000 - Start Date: 01-01-2014 - End Date: 06-30-2015

    Funding Agency: VA HSR&D - Title: Tailoring Interventions for Rural Veterans: What We Need to Know. - Total Direct Cost: $1,084,055 - Start Date: 04-01-2013 - End Date: 06-30-2016

    Funding Agency: VA HSR&D - Title: Tailoring Interventions for Rural Veterans: What We Need to Know. - Total Direct Cost: $1,060,000 - Start Date: 03-01-2013 - End Date: 08-01-2016

    Funding Agency: NIH/NINR Academic Research Enhancement Award - Title: A Lifestyle Physical Activity Intervention for Older Sedentary Women. - Award Number: R15 - Total Direct Cost: $151,262 - Start Date: 04-20-2012 - End Date: 03-20-2015

    Funding Agency: UAMS Tobacco Settlement Fund - Title: Second hand Smoke and Allelic Variances on Codon 98 as Risk Factors for Cervical Cancer. - Total Direct Cost: $68,019 - Start Date: 01-01-2012 - End Date: 12-31-2012

    Funding Agency: Arkansas Center for Health Disparities - Title: Enhancing Healthy Food Environments: Exploring Influences on Food Store Selection. - Total Direct Cost: $98,435 - Start Date: 04-01-2010 - End Date: 03-01-2012

    Funding Agency: VA HSR&D - Title: Perspectives on Enhancing Family Involvement in Treatment for PTSD - Award Number: IIR 08-097 - Total Direct Cost: $358,610 - Start Date: 04-01-2009 - End Date: 03-30-2011

    Funding Agency: South Central MIRECC 2007 Clinical Partnership Program - Title: Qualitative Analysis of Hospital Executives, Physician Administrators, and Hospital Legal Counsels’ Perception of End-of-Life Care - Total Direct Cost: $24,694 - Start Date: 09-01-2007 - End Date: 09-01-2010

    Funding Agency: VA HSR&D - Title: Patient-Centered Medication Adherence Intervention for Schizophrenia. - Award Number: IIR 03-257 - Total Direct Cost: $766,097 - Start Date: 07-01-2004 - End Date: 06-01-2010

    Funding Agency: VA HSR&D - Title: Stakeholder Perspectives on Sustaining Involvement in Schizophrenia Care. - Award Number: IIR 01-116-1 - Total Direct Cost: $455,247 - Start Date: 10-01-2001 - End Date: 09-30-2004

    Funding Agency: NIDA - Title: Rural Stimulant Use & Mental Health: Services & Outcomes. - Total Direct Cost: $6,071,871 - Start Date: 07-01-2000 - End Date: 06-30-2008

    Funding Agency: College of Nursing Research Fellowship - Title: Perception of Sleeping and a Back Massage by a Nurse While Hospitalized in a Critical Care Unit. - Total Direct Cost: $800 - Start Date: 08-01-1995 - End Date: 12-31-1995


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    1. McSweeney JC, Cleves MA, Fischer EP, Pettey CM, Beasley B. Using the McSweeney Acute and Prodromal Myocardial Infarction Symptom Survey to Predict the Occurrence of Short-Term Coronary Heart Disease Events in Women. Womens Health Issues. 2017 Aug 19. PMID: 28830656.
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    2. Heo S, McSweeney J, Ounpraseuth S, Shaw-Devine A, Fier A, Moser DK. Testing a Holistic Meditation Intervention to Address Psychosocial Distress in Patients With Heart Failure: A Pilot Study. J Cardiovasc Nurs. 2017 Jun 28. PMID: 28661991.
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    3. Smith PL, McSweeney J. Organizational Perspectives of Nurse Executives in 15 Hospitals on the Impact and Effectiveness of Rapid Response Teams. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2017 Jun; 43(6):289-298. PMID: 28528623.
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    4. Smith, P. L., & McSweeney, J. Organizational Perspectives on Rapid Response Team Structure, Function, and Cost: A Qualitative Study. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 2017; 36(1).
    5. Smith PL, McSweeney J. Organizational Perspectives on Rapid Response Team Structure, Function, and Cost: A Qualitative Study. Dimens Crit Care Nurs. 2017 Jan/Feb; 36(1):3-13. PMID: 27902655.
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    6. Seongkum Heo, RN, PhD, Jean McSweeney, RN, PhD, Pao-Feng Tsai, RN, PhD, and Songthip Ounpraseuth, PhD. Differing Effects of Fatigue and Depression on Hospitalizations in Men and Women With Heart Failure. American Journal of Critical Care. 2016; 25(6):526-34.
    7. Heo S, McSweeney J, Tsai PF, Ounpraseuth S. Differing Effects of Fatigue and Depression on Hospitalizations in Men and Women With Heart Failure. Am J Crit Care. 2016 Nov; 25(6):526-534. PMID: 27802954.
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    8. Fischer EP, McSweeney JC, Wright P, Cheney A, Curran GM, Henderson K, Fortney JC. Overcoming Barriers to Sustained Engagement in Mental Health Care: Perspectives of Rural Veterans and Providers. J Rural Health. 2016 Sep; 32(4):429-438. PMID: 27557334.
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    9. DeVon HA, Pettey CM, Vuckovic KM, Koenig MD, McSweeney JC. A Review of the Literature on Cardiac Symptoms in Older and Younger Women. J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 2016 May-Jun; 45(3):426-37. PMID: 26968243.
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    10. McSweeney JC, Rosenfeld AG, Abel WM, Braun LT, Burke LE, Daugherty SL, Fletcher GF, Gulati M, Mehta LS, Pettey C, Reckelhoff JF. Preventing and Experiencing Ischemic Heart Disease as a Woman: State of the Science: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2016 Mar 29; 133(13):1302-31. PMID: 26927362.
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    11. Pettey CM, McSweeney JC, Stewart KE, Cleves MA, Price ET, Heo S, Souder E. African Americans' Perceptions of Adherence to Medications and Lifestyle Changes Prescribed to Treat Hypertension. Sage Open. 2016 Jan-Mar; 6(1). PMID: 27148469.
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    12. McSweeney JC, Kitch S. Commentary: "Impact of Prodromal Symptoms in Future Adverse Cardiac-Related Events: A Systematic Review". J Cardiovasc Nurs. 2016 Jan-Feb; 31(1):E11-2. PMID: 25419949.
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    13. Fischer EP, Sherman MD, McSweeney JC, Pyne JM, Owen RR, Dixon LB. Perspectives of family and veterans on family programs to support reintegration of returning veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder. Psychol Serv. 2015 Aug; 12(3):187-98. PMID: 26213788.
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    14. Snellgrove S, Beck C, Green A, McSweeney JC. Putting Residents First: Strategies Developed by CNAs to Prevent and Manage Resident-to-Resident Violence in Nursing Homes. Gerontologist. 2015 Jun; 55 Suppl 1:S99-107. PMID: 26055786; PMCID: PMC4566916.
    15. Garner, K., Lefler, L., McSweeney, J., Dubbert, P., Sullivan, D. Hospital Executives' Perceptions of End-of-Life Care. Sage Open. 2015; April-June:1-6.
    16. Heo, S., McSweeney, J., Tsai, P., Ounpraseuth, S. Journal of Cardiac Failure. The Relationships of Fatigue and Depression to Hospitalizations and Gender Differences in Patients with Heart Failure. 2015; 21(8):S131.
    17. Pettey, C.M., Cleves, M.A., & McSweeney, J. American Heart Association, Scientific Sessions 2014. The association of sleep disturbance and depression with prodromal symptoms of coronary heart disease in women; Secondary data analysis from a multi-site, longitudinal study. 2015; Abstract # 17874.
    18. McSweeney J, Cleves MA, Fischer EP, Moser DK, Wei J, Pettey C, Rojo MO, Armbya N. Predicting coronary heart disease events in women: a longitudinal cohort study. J Cardiovasc Nurs. 2014 Nov-Dec; 29(6):482-92. PMID: 24231895; PMCID: PMC4019730.
    19. Pettey CM, McSweeney JC, Stewart KE, Price ET, Cleves MA, Heo S, Souder E. Perceptions of family history and genetic testing and feasibility of pedigree development among African Americans with hypertension. Eur J Cardiovasc Nurs. 2015 Feb; 14(1):8-15. PMID: 25322748; PMCID: PMC4758451.
    20. Pyne JM, Fischer EP, Gilmore L, McSweeney JC, Stewart KE, Mittal D, Bost JE, Valenstein M. Development of a Patient-Centered Antipsychotic Medication Adherence Intervention. Health Educ Behav. 2014 Jun; 41(3):315-24. PMID: 24369177.
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    21. Krukowski RA, Sparks C, DiCarlo M, McSweeney J, West DS. There's more to food store choice than proximity: a questionnaire development study. BMC Public Health. 2013 Jun 17; 13:586. PMID: 23773428; PMCID: PMC3686698.
    22. Snellgrove S, Beck C, Green A, McSweeney JC. Resident-to-resident violence triggers in nursing homes. Clin Nurs Res. 2013 Nov; 22(4):461-74. PMID: 23447361; PMCID: PMC3964791.
    23. Lefler LL, McSweeney JC, Garner KK. "Missing pieces": exploring cardiac risk perceptions in older women. Res Gerontol Nurs. 2013 Apr; 6(2):107-15. PMID: 23293985.
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    24. McSweeney JC, Cleves MA, Fischer EP, Rojo MO, Armbya N, Moser DK. Reliability of the McSweeney Acute and Prodromal Myocardial Infarction Symptom Survey among black and white women. Eur J Cardiovasc Nurs. 2013 Aug; 12(4):360-7. PMID: 23045304; PMCID: PMC4756913.
    25. Garner KK, Goodwin JA, McSweeney JC, Kirchner JE. Nurse executives' perceptions of end-of-life care provided in hospitals. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2013 Feb; 45(2):235-43. PMID: 22926091; PMCID: PMC3529129.
    26. Collins LK, Goodwin JA, Spencer HJ, Guevara C, Ferrell B, McSweeney J, Badgwell BD. Patient reasoning in palliative surgical oncology. J Surg Oncol. 2013 Mar; 107(4):372-5. PMID: 22806710.
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    27. Cole CS, McSweeney JC, Cleves MA, Armbya N, Bliwise DL, Pettey CM. Sleep disturbance in women before myocardial infarction. Heart Lung. 2012 Sep-Oct; 41(5):438-45. PMID: 22770599; PMCID: PMC3432660.
    28. Krukowski RA, McSweeney J, Sparks C, West DS. Qualitative study of influences on food store choice. Appetite. 2012 Oct; 59(2):510-6. PMID: 22771756; PMCID: PMC3446249.
    29. McSweeney J, Pettey C, Lefler LL, Heo S. Disparities in heart failure and other cardiovascular diseases among women. Womens Health (Lond). 2012 Jul; 8(4):473-85. PMID: 22757737; PMCID: PMC3459240.
    30. Montgomery BE, Stewart KE, Wright PB, McSweeney J, Booth BM. "We as drug addicts need that program": Insight from rural African American cocaine users on designing a sexual risk reduction intervention for their community. Subst Use Misuse. 2012 Jan; 47(1):44-55. PMID: 22216991; PMCID: PMC3655713.
    31. Lefler, L.L., Meaux, J.B., McSweeney, J., Garner, K.K. The Gerontological Society of America's 65th Annual Scientific Meeting Conference Proceedings. Perceptions of lifestyle behavior modification among older women with and without coronary heart disease. 2012; November.
    32. Sifford-Snellgrove KS, Beck C, Green A, McSweeney JC. Victim or initiator? Certified nursing assistants' perceptions of resident characteristics that contribute to resident-to-resident violence in nursing homes. Res Gerontol Nurs. 2012 Jan; 5(1):55-63. PMID: 21678883; PMCID: PMC4028116.
    33. McSweeney JC, Pettey CM, Souder E, Rhoads S. Disparities in women's cardiovascular health. J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 2011 May-Jun; 40(3):362-71. PMID: 21477222.
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    34. Mattox R., McSweeney J., Sullivan G., Ivory J. Health Communication and Faith Communities. Qualitative analysis: Clergy portrayal of anxiety in televised sermons. 2011.
    35. Lefler, L.L., McSweeney, J.C., Meaux, J.B. Garner, K.K. Paper session to be presented at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2011. Comparing Knowledge and Attitudes about CHD Prevention Among Older Women Prior to and After a Cardiac Event. 2011; November.
    36. McSweeney, J., Cleves, M.A., Fischer, E.P., Wei, J. Submitted to The Journal of Heart Disease, International Academy of Cardiology, 16th World Congress on Heart Disease Annual Scientific Sessions. Screening Women for Coronary Heart Disease Risk. 2011; 8(1).
    37. Sifford-Snellgrove, K. S., Beck, C., Green, A., & McSweeney, J. Res Gerontol Nurs. Victim or Initiator?: Certified Nursing Assistants' Perceptions of Resident Characteristics that Contribute to Resident-To-Resident Violence in Nursing Homes. 2011; 1-9.
    38. Garner, K., Goodwin, J., McSweeney, J., Kirchner, J. Submitted to Gerontological Society of America, 64th Annual Scientific Meeting. Nurse Executives Perceptions of End-of-Life Care for Hospitalized Patients. 2011.
    39. McSweeney JC, Cleves MA, Zhao W, Lefler LL, Yang S. Cluster analysis of women's prodromal and acute myocardial infarction symptoms by race and other characteristics. J Cardiovasc Nurs. 2010 Jul-Aug; 25(4):311-22. PMID: 20539165; PMCID: PMC2884391.
    40. Beck C, McSweeney JC, Richards KC, Roberson PK, Tsai PF, Souder E. Challenges in tailored intervention research. Nurs Outlook. 2010 Mar-Apr; 58(2):104-10. PMID: 20362779; PMCID: PMC3136169.
    41. McSweeney JC, O'Sullivan P, Cleves MA, Lefler LL, Cody M, Moser DK, Dunn K, Kovacs M, Crane PB, Ramer L, Messmer PR, Garvin BJ, Zhao W. Racial differences in women's prodromal and acute symptoms of myocardial infarction. Am J Crit Care. 2010 Jan; 19(1):63-73. PMID: 20045850; PMCID: PMC2860802.
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    43. McSweeney JC, Pettey CM, Fischer EP, Spellman A. Going the distance: overcoming challenges in recruitment and retention of Black and White women in multisite, longitudinal study of predictors of coronary heart disease. Res Gerontol Nurs. 2009 Oct; 2(4):256-64. PMID: 20077981; PMCID: PMC2854651.
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    45. McSweeney JC. Commentary: "Explicating nurses' cardiac triage decisions". J Cardiovasc Nurs. 2009 Jan-Feb; 24(1):48-9. PMID: 19114801.
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    47. McSweeney, J. American Heart Association Scientific Sessions. Women’s Sleep Disturbance Associated with CHD. 2009.
    48. McSweeney, J., Pettey, C., Fischer, E., Spellman, A. Southern Nursing Research Society Conference Proceedings. Going the Distance: Overcoming Challenges in Recruitment and Retention of Black and White Women to a Multi-Site, Longitudinal Study of Predictors of Coronary Heart Disease. 2009.
    49. Fischer EP, McSweeney JC, Pyne JM, Williams DK, Naylor AJ, Blow FC, Owen RR. Influence of family involvement and substance use on sustained utilization of services for schizophrenia. Psychiatr Serv. 2008 Aug; 59(8):902-8. PMID: 18678688.
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    51. McSweeney J. Leading the way in research on women and heart disease. Am Nurse. 2008 Jan-Feb; 40(1):12. PMID: 18323135.
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    53. McSweeney, J., Cleves, M., Yang, S. & Lefler, L. Southern Nursing Research Society Conference Proceedings. Identifying ethnically diverse women's coronary heart disease symptom clusters. 2008.
    54. Green A, McSweeney J, Ainley K, Bryant J. In my shoes: children's quality of life after heart transplantation. Prog Transplant. 2007 Sep; 17(3):199-207; quiz 208. PMID: 17944159; PMCID: PMC2241742.
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    57. McSweeney, J., & Evans, L. Heart disease in women: Risk factors and symptoms. Arkansas Nursing News. 2007; 3(4):18-23.
    58. McSweeney, J., Cleves, M., Yang, S. & Lefler, L. Supplement to Circulation. Cluster analysis of women’s prodromal and acute myocardial infarction symptoms. 2007.
    59. Pyne JM, McSweeney J, Kane HS, Harvey S, Bragg L, Fischer E. Agreement between patients with schizophrenia and providers on factors of antipsychotic medication adherence. Psychiatr Serv. 2006 Aug; 57(8):1170-8. PMID: 16870969.
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    61. McSweeney, J., & Lefler, L.L. Southern Nurses Research Society 19th Annual Conference. Comparison of prodromal symptoms in men and women. Final Program Abstracts. 2005.
    62. McSweeney, J., O’Sullivan, P., Cody, M., & Lefler, L.L. Circulation. Black women’s symptoms of coronary heart disease. 2005; 112(17):1915.
    63. McSweeney, J.C. & Lefler, L.L. Southern Nurses Research Society 18th Annual Conference. Comparison of prodromal symptoms in men and women. Final Program Abstracts. 2005.
    64. McSweeney JC, Lefler LL, Crowder BF. What's wrong with me? Women's coronary heart disease diagnostic experiences. Prog Cardiovasc Nurs. 2005; 20(2):48-57. PMID: 15886547.
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    65. Crane PB, Cody M, McSweeney JC. Informed consent: a process to facilitate older adults' participation in research. J Gerontol Nurs. 2004 Apr; 30(4):40-4. PMID: 15109046.
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    71. McSweeney, J, Cody, M., O’Sullivan, P. & Lee, C. American Heart Association Scientific Sessions. Do healthy women experience prodromal symptoms similar to women with CHD. 2004.
    72. McSweeney, J, Cody, M., O’Sullivan, P. & Lee, C. Southern Nursing Research Society Annual Conference. Prodromal symptoms in women with CHD: Do they differ from healthy women’s symptoms?. 2004.
    73. McSweeney JC, Cody M, O'Sullivan P, Elberson K, Moser DK, Garvin BJ. Women's early warning symptoms of acute myocardial infarction. Circulation. 2003 Nov 25; 108(21):2619-23. PMID: 14597589.
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    74. Crane PB, McSweeney JC. Exploring older women's lifestyle changes after myocardial infarction. Medsurg Nurs. 2003 Jun; 12(3):170-6. PMID: 12861754.
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    75. McSweeney, J, Cody, M., & O’Sullivan, P. American Heart Association, Conference Proceedings. Women’s prodromal and acute symptoms of myocardial infarction. 2003.
    76. McSweeney, J, Cody, M., O’Sullivan, P. Sigma Theta Tau International, Conference Proceedings. Exploring the relationship between women’s prodromal and acute symptoms of myocardial infarction. 2003.
    77. McSweeney, J. Paper presentation. Proceedings from Cardiovascular Health for All. Prodromal symptoms of myocardial infarction: Comparing differences in black and white women. 2002; 66-67.
    78. McSweeney, J. SNRS Conference. Measuring reliability of the McSweeney Acute and Prodromal Myocardial Infarction Symptom Survey. 2002.
    79. McSweeney JC, Crane PB. An act of courage: women's decision-making processes regarding outpatient cardiac rehabilitation attendance. Rehabil Nurs. 2001 Jul-Aug; 26(4):132-40. PMID: 12035580.
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    83. McSweeney, J. & Crane, P. Proceedings of the Annual Southern Nursing Research Society Conference. Exploring women’s attendance and adherence to an outpatient cardiac rehabilitation program. 2000.
    84. McSweeney, J. Clinical Sessions, Sigma Theta Tau International 35th Biennial Convention. Challenging the rules: Women’s prodromal and acute symptoms of myocardial infarction. 1999.
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    89. Crane, P & McSweeney, J. 1998 Research Day Abstracts, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. Changes in exercise after a myocardial infarction. 1998.
    90. McSweeney JC, Innerarity SA, Redland AR, Stuifbergen AK. A conceptual model for an adult health masters in nursing curriculum. J Nurs Educ. 1997 Feb; 36(2):82-5. PMID: 9029421.
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    91. McSweeney JC, Allan JD, Mayo K. Exploring the use of explanatory models in nursing research and practice. Image J Nurs Sch. 1997; 29(3):243-8. PMID: 9378479.
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    93. McSweeney, J. Women’s Health Issues: A Global Nursing Perspective Proceedings, University of Cincinnati. Women’s narratives: Evolving symptoms of myocardial infarctions. 1997.
    94. McSweeney, J. Sigma Theta Tau 9th International Nursing Research Congress Proceedings. Women’s narratives: Evolving symptoms of myocardial infarctions. 1997.
    95. McSweeney, J. Poster presentation, Southern Nursing Research Society. Interventions implemented while conducting qualitative research. 1997.
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    97. McSweeney, J. Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Southern Nursing Research Society Conference. Symptoms and characteristics of women experiencing a myocardial infarction. 1996.
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    106. McSweeney, J. Sigma Theta Tau, Delta Theta Chapter Monograph. Investigation of the nursing diagnosis of sleep pattern disturbance. 1984; Spring:1-7.
    107. McSweeney, J. The nursing process and professional nursing. Oklahoma League for Nursing Newsletter. 1982; Winter:4.
    108. Pettey, C., McSweeney, J., Stewart, K., Price, E., Cleves, M., Heo, S., & Souder, E. Perceptions of family history and genetic testing and feasibility of pedigree development among African Americans with hypertension.
    109. Pettey, C. M., McSweeney, J. C., Stewart, K. E., Cleves, M. A., Price, E. T., Heo, S., & Souder, E. African Americans’ perceptions of adherence to medications and lifestyle changes prescribed to treat hypertension. Sage Open. 1-12.
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