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Education and Training
DNP Columbia University School of Nursing
EdD Columbia University
MS Columbia University

Janice Smolowitz, DNP, EdD, ANP-BC
Senior Associate Dean, Clinical Nursing
Professor of Nursing

Research/Clinical Interests
Movement Disorder Neurology
Chronic illness management

Selected Publications
Takamiya KN, Hickey K, Smolowitz J. Brugada Syndrome. Case Study, General Information, and Clinical Genomics. The American Journal of Nurse Practitioners,2008, 12; 26-32.
Smolowitz JL, Hopkins, SC, Perrine T, Eck KE, Hirsch LJ, Mundinger MO. Diagnostic utility of an epilepsy monitoring unit. American Journal of Medical Quality, 2007,22; 117-122.
Stone P, Larson E, Mooney-Kane C, Smolowitz J, Lin S, Dick AW. Organizational climate and intensive care unit nurses intention to leave. Critical Care Medicine, 2006 55, 6; 1-5.
Larson E, Dilione J, Garcia M, Smolowitz J. Factors which influence Latino community members to self-prescribe antibiotics. Nursing Research, 2006 55, 2; 94-102.
Smolowitz J . (contributor). Case studies: the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DrNP) setting a new standard in health care. Columbia University School of Nursing in Conjunction with Hope Heart Institute. Seattle, WA 2005.
Smolowitz J, Nurse Practitioner-Specialist Collaborative Team Care. In Meeting the Challenge of Chronic Illness, Robert Kane, J Priester, and A. Totten (eds), John Hopkins University Press. Baltimore Maryland 2005.
Waters C, Smolowitz J. Impaired sexual function in Parkinson's disease. In Parkinson's Disease and Non-motor Function, R. Pfeiffer and I Bodis-Wollner (eds.), CRC Press. Florida 2005.
Waters C, Smolowitz J. Sexual dysfunction in Parkinson's disease. In Parkinson's disease, R. Pfeiffer and M. Ebadi (eds.), Humanna press, NJ 2005.
Mundinger M, Thomas E, Smolowitz J, Honig J. Essential health care: Affordable for all? Nursing Economics, 2004 22,9; 239-244.
Lenz ER, Mundinger MO, Hopkins SC, Lyn SX, Smolowitz J. Diabetes care processes and outcomes in patients treated by nurse practitioners and physicians, Diabetes Educ 2002; 28(4):590-8

Professional Memberships
1994-present Sigma Theta Tau-Alpha Zeta Chapter, Member

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