Barbara Jones Warren PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, FNAP, FAAN,

Professor of Clinical Nursing; Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Across the Lifespan Specialty Track Director
warren.4@osu.edu
(614) 292-4847


314 Newton Hall
1585 Neil Avenue Columbus, OH 43210

Research Interest:

Interrelated perspectives of mental health, wellness and illness in the context of systems and organizational structures; focus on these perspectives in the context of culture, inclusion and healthcare disparities in relation to individuals, communities and populations.

 

Research Activities:

2012-present Co-Principal Investigator, Interdisciplinary Activity, Team Member: Nursing, Moms2BMEDTAPP Training Grant for Mental Health Expansion, Dr. Bernadette Melnyk, Principal Investigator.
2012-present Advisory Board Member, ODJFS Disability Determination Case Development Project. Number JFSR1213078015
2010-present Team Member, Nurse Practitioners Managing Co-occurring Mental and Physical Disorders. Funded HRSA, (7/1/2010 – 6/30/2013), Dr. Margaret Graham, Principal Investigator, $894,267.
2010-present Principal Investigator. Research and Training Grant for Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Specialty, Grant No. Ohio Department of Mental Health, $15,000. Grant Extension.
2010-2011 Co-Principal Investigator, A Survey of Healthcare Professionals to Determine Their Attitudes and Feelings About Depression & Suicide Risk Screening, James Cancer Hospital, Unfunded, Dr. Joanne Lester, Principal Investigator, Research Scientist, James Cancer Hospital, Lnee Allison, Marjorie S. Anderson, Angela S. Chesser, Nancy Treece, Co-Principal Investigators.
2010-2011 Visiting and Consulting Professor, Advanced Education Nursing Grant, University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Nursing, Funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, Grant No. D09HP09352, 7/2008-6/20/11, $745,615, Dr. Teena M. McGuinness, PhD, CRNP, FAAN, Professor, Principal Investigator.
2010-present Visiting and Consulting Professor, Advanced Education Nursing Grant, University of South Alabama, College of Nursing/Department of Community/Mental Health, Funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, Grant No. 1D09HP18966-01-00, 7/2010-6/2013, $1,543,840, Dr. Barbara Broome, PhD, RN, FAAN, Program Director, Principal Investigator.
2008-2009 Project Adviser, Enhancing Cultural and Linguistic Competence in the Genetic Counseling Profession. Association of Genetic Counselors, $50,000. Nancy Warren, Principal Investigator (Project begins in January 2009).
2008-2010 Co-Principal Investigator, Psychoneuroimmune Contributions to Postpartum Depression. National Institutes of Health, Nursing Science: Children and Families Study Section. Award Grant No: R01 NR011278-01A1, 9/28/08-6/30/2013, $2,432,681. Elizabeth J. Corwin, Principal Investigator, Donna McCarthy, Kathleen Pager, Wayne Trout, Co-Principal Investigators.2007-2010 Visiting and Consulting Professor, Advanced Education Nursing Grant, University of South Alabama, College of Nursing/Department of Community/Mental Health, Funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, Grant No. D09HP07965, 7/2004-6/2007, $956,385, Dr. Barbara Broome, PhD, RN, Program Director, Principal Investigator. Grant Extended.

Selected Journal Publications:

Warren, B. J. (2012). Guest Editorial: Shared decision making: A recovery cultural process.

Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 50 (12), 4-5.

Warren, B. J. (2011). Guest Editor. CNE Series: Two sides of the coin: The bully and the bullied,

Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 49 (10), 22-29.

Warren, B. J., & Broome, B. (2011). CNE Series : The culture of adolescents with urologic

dysfunction: Mental health, wellness, and illness awareness. Urologic Nursing,31 (2), 95-104 .

Warren, B. J. (2008). Ethnopharmacology: The effect on patients, healthcare professionals and

systems. Urologic Nursing, 28 (4), 292-295 .

 

Selected Pulications (Book Chapters):

Warren, B. J. (in press). Substance Abuse. In B. Melnyk & P. Jensen (Eds.)., The Guide to

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Screening, Early Intervention and Health Promotion

(2 nd ed.). Cherry Hill, NJ: National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP).

Warren, B. J. (in press). Culturally Sensitive Psychopharmacology In L. G. Leahy, Clinical Manual of

Psychopharmacology for Nurses. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.

Warren, B. J. (in press). Ethnopharmacology. In B. Cockerman (Ed.)., Blackwell Encyclopaedia

Health and Society Medical Anthropology. Wiley: Somerset, NJ.

Warren, B. J., & Norris, K. (in press). The Balancing Act Women of Color and Mental

Health Considerations. In K. B. Holden, C. M. Lewis, & T. Williams (Eds.), Women of Color

and Mental Health. Morehouse School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and

Behavioral Sciences, Atlanta, GA.

Warren, B. J. (2012). The Inclusion of Cultural Competence: An Academic Nursing

Leadership Imperative. In H. R. Feldman (Ed.), Nursing Leadership: A Concise Encyclopedia

(2 nd ed.), Pace University: New York, NY.

Warren, B. J. (2012). Depression: Management of depressive disorders and suicidal

Behavior. In M.A. Boyd (Ed.), Psychiatric Nursing: Contemporary Practice (5 th ed.) (Ch.24, pp.401-425).

Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Warren, B. J. (2010). Cultural competence in psychiatric nursing. In N.L. Keltner, L.H. Schwecke, & C.E.

Bostrom (Eds.) (Ch. 14, pp. 164-172), Psychiatric Nursing (6 th ed.). St. Louis: Mosby.

Warren, B. J. (2008). Teaching the fluid process of cultural competence at the graduate level: A

constructionist approach. In SD Bosher & MD Pharris, Transforming Nursing Education: The Culturally

Inclusive Environment. NY: Springer Publishing Company, Inc.

 

Professional Service, Honors, Awards:

Reviewer, Research in Nursing & Health, Wiley, 2012

Editorial Board and Book Column Editor, Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 2007-2012

Editorial Board, Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 2004-present

APRN Council, Bipolar Workgroup, VA Workgroup: American Psychiatric Nurses Association

Fellow, American Academy of Nursing, 2012

American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Service Award, 2012

American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Excellence in Leadership Award, 2005

Elected Member for Department of Health and Human Services, American Institutes for Research, Consensus Building Council on Cultural Competency Curricular Modules (CCCM's)

Current and Former Doctoral Advisees:

Doctor of Nursing Practice Final Project, John Chovan, Evaluating the Structure and Processes of an APRN – Led Palliative Care Consultative Service.

Doctor of Nursing Practice Final Project, Cheryl Cairns, Coping Skills in Female and Male Adolescents: A Focus Group Perspective

Doctor of Nursing Practice Final Project, Dori Klemanski, Retrospective Chart Review of Sentinel Events in Gastro-Intestinal Oncology Patients