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Terese B Aronowitz PhD

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InstitutionUniversity of Massachusetts Medical School
DepartmentGraduate School of Nursing
AddressUniversity of Massachusetts Medical School
55 Lake Ave North
Worcester MA 01605
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    Dr. Aronowitz is a Professor in the Tan Chingfen Graduate School of Nursing at UMassMedical  and practices at Boston University (BU) as a Nurse Practitioner in Student Health 1-day a week. Dr. Aronowitz is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of American College Health. Her seminal contribution has been to advance the science of evidence-based care for sexual health promotion.  She has developing models of care for improving comprehensive sexuality education. Dr. Aronowitz has completed over a dozen CBPR projects with African American, Asian American, Native American families to promote resilience and healthy adolescent development. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing. 

     




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    1. Eche, I.J. & Aronowitz, T. A literature review of racial disparities in overall survival of Black children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia compared with White children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing. 2020.
    2. Kim, B. & Aronowitz, T. Operationalizing the Concept of Acculturation among Asian American Women utilizing Cognitive Interviewing Methodology. Journal of Transcultural Nursing. 2020.
    3. Manga, S., Shi, L., Welty, T.K., DeMarco, R.F. & Aronowitz, T. . Factors Associated with Treatment Uptake Among Women with Acetic Acid/Lugol’s Iodine Positive Lesions of the Cervix in Cameroon. International Journal of Women’s Health. 2020.
    4. Frenkl, E. Jones, S.G., Aronowitz, T., Messner, P., Olafson, E.A., Simon, S.R., & Carmen, V. . Risky sex and other personal consequences of alcohol and drug use among LGBTQ college students. Journal of the Association of Nursing in AIDs Care. 2020; (31):476-482.
    5. Kim, B. & Aronowitz, T. . Asian American Women’s Recall of Conversations with Their Mothers about Sexual Health. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDs Care. 2020.
    6. Kim,B., Cai, Y. & Aronowitz, T. How do acculturation, maternal connectedness, and mother-daughter sexual communication affect Asian American daughters’ sexual initiation. Asian/PacificIsland Nursing Journal. 2020; 1(5):12-20.
    7. Aronowitz, S., Kim, B. & Aronowitz, T. . A Mixed Studies Review of the School-to-Prison Pipeline: A Call to Action for Nurses. Journal of School Nursing. 2020.
    8. Fraley, H., Capp, G. & Aronowitz, T. School Discipline Experiences among Youth with Disabilities from the Perspective of School Nurses. Advances in Nursing Science. 2020; 4(43):E148-167.
    9. Flike, K. & Aronowitz, T. Factors Which Influence Quality of Life in People Experiencing Homelessness: A Systematic Mixed Studies Review. Journal of the Association of Psychiatric Nurses Association. 2020.
    10. Fraley, H. & Aronowitz, T. Obtaining Exposure & Depth of Field: School Nurses ‘Seeing’ Youth Vulnerability to Trafficking. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 2019.
    11. Fraley, H., Aronowitz, T. & Stoklosa, H. Human Trafficking Educational Interventions for Health Care Providers; Consideration for Nurses. Western Journal of Nursing Research. 2019.
    12. Kim, B. & Aronowitz, T. Invisible Minority: HIV Prevention Health Policy for the Asian American Population. Policy, Politics & Nursing Practice. 2019.
    13. Kim, M. Lee, H., Kiang, P., Aronowitz, T., Sheldon, L.K., Shi, L., Kim, S., & Allison, J. . . HPV Vaccination and Korean American College Women: Cultural Factors, Knowledge, and Attitudes in Cervical Cancer Prevention. Journal of Community Health. 2019.
    14. Eche, I. & Aronowitz, T. & McCabe, M. . Parental Uncertainty and Health-Related Quality of Life in Newly Diagnosed Children with Cancer. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing. 2019.
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