Randee Masciola focuses on prevention, education and health maintenance in regards to women's health across the life span. As a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner in the community, she specializes in prenatal care, family planning, menstrual disorders, annual exams, menopause, colposcopy, endometrial biopsies and urodynamic testing.
- Szczepanik, SK. and Masciola, RL. WHNP in specialty positions: Cultivating a new role in gynecology oncology. Women’s Healthcare Journal, December 2018, 6:4.
- Hull, CE and Masciola, RL. WHNP in specialty positions: My experience in Breast Oncology. Women’s Healthcare Journal, September 2018, 6:3.
- Masciola, RL. Mothers perceptions regarding mother-daughter sexual communication. Women’s Healthcare Journal. June 2018, 6:2.
- Masciola, RL. Diversity Poster and Presentation: Blending Diversity, Scholarship and Evidence Based Practice into Scholarly Work for Nurse Practitioner Students. J Healthc Commun. 2017, 2:4.
- Masciola, R. “Mother-Daughter Sexual communication: How providers can help!”, ACNM National Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico. May 2016.
- Masciola, R. “Addressing the need for men’s sexual health content in WHNP programs”. NONPF Annual Meeting, March 2016.
- Masciola, R. "Mother Daughter Sexual Communication", Columbus Health Department, Columbus, Ohio. May 2016.
- Masciola, R. "Science Career Day at Orange Middle School", Lewis Center, Ohio. May 2016.
- Masciola, R. “Managing Common Contraceptive Patient Complaints”, ACNM State Conference, Dublin, Ohio. Feb 2016.
- Masciola, R. “Careers in Women’s Health Nursing and Midwifery” and “Basics in Prenatal Care” Centerburg High School, Centerburg, Ohio. January 2016.
- Professional Activities
- Dr. Masciola completed a qualitative research study for her DNP Scholarly Project in May of 2016 entitled, "Mother-Daughter Sexual Communication: A subset of Parent-Adolescent Sexual Communication" and continues to work in this research area.
The need for human touch is universal among critical care patients and is an important component of the nurse–patient relationship. However, multiple barriers to human touch exist in the critical care environment. With little research to guide practice, we argue for the importance of human touch in the provision of holistic nursing care.
The five-year, $3.13 million grant will deploy social-assistive robots at Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber and Chapel Hill Community in Canal Fulton near Canton for an eight-week trial. The study is aimed at curbing loneliness and apathy in older adults, especially for those with dementia.