Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship
College of Health Professions
EdD , Columbia University Teachers College , 1994
MS , Columbia University School of Nursing , 1986
Pediatric Primary Care Nursing
MS , Pace University, Lienhard School of Nursing , 1983
Family Nurse Practitioner
MEd , University of Oklahoma , 1969
Special Education and Psychometrics
BA , New York University , New York , 1967
Awards and Honors
- American Academy of Nursing, October 2012 - Induction into the American Academy of Nursing
- Hunter College, May 14, 2012 - Presidential Award for Excellence in Applied Scholarship
- The Haitian American Nursing Association, September 17, 2011 - Haitian Nursing Education Award
- Sex-Positive Journalism Awards , 2009 - Second place in the Opinion category for Hymen Mystique
- The Children's Dream Foundation, June 8, 2007 - Humanitarian Award
- Designated by the American Nurses Foundation, 2004 - Gloria Smith, RN Scholar
- New York University Division of Nursing, November 2002 - Rose and George Doval Award for Excellence in Nursing Educaton
- Columbia University - Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Association, April 2002 - Alumni Award for Distinguished Career in Nursing
- American Academy of Nurse Practitioners 1997 National Conference, 1997 - Outstanding Research Presentation 1993 - Dorothy H. and Thomas L. O'Neil Distinguished Faculty Award for Teaching
LICENSURES & CERTIFICATES
- Certified by National Board of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Associates Certification #86104
- New York State Nurse Practitioner in Pediatrics License #F380170
- New York State Registered Professional Nurse License #36604-1
Truglio-Londrigan, . Community-Based Participatory Research and Primary Health Care: Working With the People. .
Eckardt, P., Culley, J., Corwin, E., Richmond, T., Dougherty, C., Pickler, R., Krause-Parello, C., Roye, C. & DeVon, H.
(2017, June 12).
National Nursing Science Priorities: Creating a Shared Vision Journal:.
, pages e-Published.
Kotowski, A. & Roye, C. (2017, March). Development of Instructional Competencies for Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk for Baccalaureate Nursing Education. Issues in Mental Health Nursing. Vol 38 (Issue 3) , pages 233-242.
Roye, C. & Dicicco-Bloom, B.
Beyond Knowledge and Agency: HIV Risk for Women of Color in HIV-dense Neighborhoods.
Journal of Women's Health, Issues & Care.
, pages 7.
Roye, C. & Champion, J.
(2017, January (1st Quarter/Winter)).
Identifying Health Promotion Needs among Dominican-American Adolescents..
Journal of Pediatric Nursing.
, pages 12-18.
Roye, C. F. Beyond Knowledge and Agency: The Context of HIV Risk for Women of Color in HIV-dense neighborhoods. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.
Roye, C. F. Identifying Health Promotion Needs among Dominican-American Adolescents. Journal of Pediatric Nursing.
Jenkins, M., Roye, C. & Frederickson, K. No Rush To Motherhood: The Lived Experience of African American Never Pregnant Sexually Active Female Teens. Journal of Pediatric Nursing.
Roye, C. F. When IRBs and Research Progress Collide. Unknown outlet.
Roye, C. F. (2014). A Woman's Right To Know, How Women's Health Became a Political Pawn –. New York: Frances Price Enterprises.
Hewitt, . & Gebbie, . Core Competency Model for the Family Planning Public Health Nurse. Public Health Nursing.
Roye, C. F. Eastern Nursing Research Society 26th Annual Scientific Sessions Abstracts: Promoting Health in Pregnancy Improving Outcomes for Adolescent Mothers. Nursing Research.
Roye, C. F. Policy and Politics in Nursing and Health Care. .
Roye, C. F., Krauss, B. & Silverman , P. (2010). Prevalence and Correlates of Heterosexual Anal Intercourse Among Urban Black and Latina Female Adolescents and the Role of Sexual Relationship Power.. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. Vol 21 (Issue 291-301)
Roye, C. F., Yeh, M. C., Viladrich, A. & Bruning, N. (2009). Determinants of Latina Obesity in the United States The Role of Selective Acculturation.. Journal of Transcultural Nursing. (Issue 20) , pages 105-115.
Epstein, C. D., Greenberg, M. & Roye, C. F. (2018, April). ENRS Annual Scientific Sessions. Changes in the Common Rule: What Nurse Researchers Need to Know. Eastern Nursing Research Society , Newark NJ April 11–13, 2018
Roye, C. F., Frederickson, K. & Anna, S. (2017, October 3). CANS. Using Mixed Methods Research to Understand Teens' Contraceptive Choices.. CANS, Washington, DC
Andrea, S. & Carol, R. (2017, July 23). ICP. Introducing the Family Nurse Practitioner Role in Haiti: A Case Study in Expanding Workforce Capacity & Improving Health Outcomes in a Low-Resource Country.. ICP, New York City
Roye, C., Frederickson, K., ANna, S. & Alsacia, P. (2017, April 5). Eastern Nursing REsearch Conference. Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs): Understanding The Underutilization of This Potential Remedy for Adolescent Pregnancy And Implications for Condom Use. ENRS, Philadelphia, PA
Sonenberg, A., Roye, C. F. & , S.
(2016, April 17).
Global Health Innovations Conference.
Promoting Health in Haiti.
Yale University & Unite for Site, New Haven, CT.
Roye, C. F. (2016, April 16). Improving Health in Haiti By Educating Nurses to Become Family Nurse Practitioners. Unite for Sight, New Haven, CT
Champion, . (2016, April 15). Understanding the Health Needs of Dominican Adolescents. Eastern Nursing Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA
DiCicco-Bloom, . (2016, April 13). Annual Meeting. A Comparison of HIV-Positive and Negative Black and Latina Women Living In HIV-Dense Neighborhoods. Eastern Nursing Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA
Roye, C. F. (2016, March 17). What Youth Say and Do: The Life Goals, Experiences and Relationships (L-GEAR) Study. Eastern Sociological Society , Boston, MA
Roye, C. F. (2015, April 16). Annual Meeting. A Comparison of Recently Diagnosed HIV-Positive Women and Women Diagnosed Early in the Epidemic: Has The Social-Ecological Context of Transmission Changed?. Eastern Nursing Research Society, Boston, MA
Roye, C. F. (2014, December 7). Regional Meeting . Hybrid FNP Education in Haiti: An International Collaboration Model. Sigma Theta Tau
Roye, C. F. (2014, December 1). NIMHD Grantee Conference. UNDERSTANDING RISK BEHAVIORS FOR HIV-TRANSMISSION IN WOMEN. National Harbor, MD
Roye, C. F. (2014, September 19). Investigating heterosexual anal intercourse among Black and Latina teens: A high risk poorly understood behavior. Council on the Advancement of Nursing Science, Washington, DC
HIV and pregnancy prevention in adolescent and young adult women
Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts
Roye, C. F.
Alexander Gralnik Research Award.
Pace University, Lienhard School of Nursing , Pace University , $4,978.00 . Funded,Deciphering Specific Risk Behaviors for HIV-Transmission in Women.
Roye, C. F.
Scholarly Research Award for LARC study.
$1,416.00 . Funded,
Roye, C. F.
Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs): A Remedy for Teen Pregnancy That Presents New and Poorly Understood Risks to Reproductive Health.
American Nurses Foundation $4,999.55 . Funded,
Roye, C. F.
Promoting Health In Haiti: Developing a Partnership Between an Impoverished Nation and an NGO to Develop Advanced Practice Nursing Education, A Case Study.
The Wilson Center $5,000.00 . Funded,
Roye, C. F.
CUNY . Funded,Relationship Between the Availability of Emergency Contraception and the Use of Condoms by Female Adolescents
Roye, C. F.
CUNY . Funded,An Examination of Factors Affecting Condom Use by Teens Who Use Hormonal Contraception
Roye, C. F.
Lucie Kelly Research Award .
Sigma Theta Tau - Alpha Zeta Chapter $1,000.00 . Funded,Study condom use by minority adolescent females who use hormonal contraception
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners
[Member of Adolescent Health SIG]
American Academy of Nurses
[Women's Health Expert Panel]
National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties
North American Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology
American Public Health Association
[Member of Population, Reproductive and Sexual Health SIG]
Society for Adolescent Medicine
Sigma Theta Tau
Haiti sans Cervical Cancer
Desc: A multi-disciplinary organization devoted to developing methods to screen and treat pre-cancerous cervical lesions in a resource-poor country.