College of Health Professions
Lienhard Hall 322
- @New York City
41 Park Row
EdD , University of Phoenix , 2008
MS , Pace University Lienhard School of Nursing , Pleasantville, NY , 1994
Family Primary Care
MBA , Iona College Hagan Graduate School of Business , New Rochelle, NY , 1986
BS , University of the State of New York , Albany, NY , 1983
Diploma , Misericordia Hospital School of Nursing , Bronx, NY , 1976
Awards and Honors
- New York Academy of Medicine, October 2016 - Fellow
- National Academies of Practice, April 2013 - National Academies of Practice - Fellow
- Lienhard School of Nursing, May 2012 - Dean's Award for Teaching
- Lienhard School of Nursing, May 2011 - Dean's Award for Outstanding Professional Contribution
- Montefiore Medical Center, April 28, 2011 - Team Appreciation and Recognition award
- Montefiore Medical Center, February 6, 2003 - Directors Award – Clinical Excellence for Patient Care 1995 - Who's Who in American Nursing 1993 - Who's Who in American Nursing 1992 - Who's Who in American Nursing 1990 - Who's Who Among Young American Professionals 1986 - Who's Who in American Nursing 1985 - Who's Who in American Nursing
LICENSURES & CERTIFICATES
- New York State Board of Licensure,
- Registered Professional Nurse
- Family Nurse Practitioner, Board Certified
- Critical Care RN
- ACLS/BCLS ,
- Provider/Instructor Trainer
Hopper, S., Murray, S., Ferrara, L. R. & Singleton, J. K. (2019, August 20). Effectiveness of diaphragmatic breathing for reducing physiological and psychological stress in adults: a quantitative systematic review. The Northeast Institute for Evidence Synthesis and Translation (NEST): a Joanna Briggs Institute Center of Excellence A B. , pages 22.
Hopper, S., Murray, S., Ferrara, L. & Singleton, J. (2018, May). Effectiveness of diaphragmatic breathing on physiological ans psychological stress in adults: a quantitative systematic review protocol. Vol 16 (Issue 6) , pages 1367-1372.
Ferrara, L. R., Singleton, J., Yang, K. & Frederickson, K. (2018, May). Grieving the Loss of Self: Challenges in Type 2 Diabetes Meliitus Self-Management. Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice. Vol 11 (Issue 1) , pages 25-34. http://dx. doi. org/ 10. 1891/ 2380- 9418. 11. 1. 25
Singleton, J., DiGregorio, R. V., Green-Hernandez, C., Holzemer, S., Faber, E., Ferrara, L. R. & Slyer, J. T. (2015). Primary Care, 2nd Edition. (Issue 2nd Edition)
Singleton, J., DiGregorio, R. V., Green-Hernandez, C., Holzemer, S. P., Faber, E. S., Ferrara, L. R. & Slyer, J. T.
The structure of primary care..
Singleton, J. K., DiGregorio, R. V., Green-Hernandez, C., Holzemer, S. P., Faber, E. S., Ferrara, L. R., Slyer, J. T. (Eds.), Primary care: An interprofessional perspective. 2nd Edition. New York, NY: Springer.
(Issue 2nd Edition)
, pages 1-9.
Ferrara, L. R. Annual Research Day. Quantifying the Pain Experience: The pressure Ulcer Pain Study. St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital
Feldman, H. R., Singleton, J., Ferrara, L. R. & Drury, L. Appreciative Inquiry Webinar for AACN Deans & Directors. Same as conference name. LSN, www
Ferrara, L. R., Drury, L., Kaufman, S. & DeMarco, J. Pace Faculty Institute. Unlearning Assessment. Pace University, Pleasantville Campus
Ferrara, L. R., Drury, L., DeMarco, J., Kaufman, S. & Cockell, J. Pace Management Forum. Appreciative Inquiry in Higher Education. Pace University, Graduate Center, White Plains
Ferrara, L. R., Drury, L., Kaufman, S. & DeMarco, J. Second Annual Assessment Institute. Appreciative inquiry: An innovative initiative for continuous improvement in nursing education. Assessment Network of New York, Rochester Institute of Technology
Feldman, H. R., Drury, L., Ferrara, L. R., Kaufman, S. & DeMarco, J. M. (2014, October 1). Developing Your Professional Self. Appreciative Inquiry: Key To Improving Your Leadership Skills. NY Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY
Patient-centered care, Diabetes, Skill Acquisition, Nursing leadership, stress management
Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts
Ferrara, L. R.
(2019, September 1).
Promoting Interprofessional Education and Improving Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patient Outcomes with Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction.
Josiah Macy Foundation , Private , $35,000.00 . Funded,Diabetes Mellitus (DM) affects an estimated 30.3 million people (approximately 9.4% of the U.S. population) across the lifespan (Centers for Disease Control, 2015). DM requires an extensive set of skills and knowledge in order for patients to successfully self-manage their disease. Frequent follow-up visits, blood work and lab testing, and often complex self-care and medication regimens are essential in order to assist patients in achieving glycemic, lipid, weight, and cardiovascular targets, which can be quite burdensome to patients. People living with diabetes, a disease of chronicity, simply do not have the opportunity take a break from managing their disease without suffering negative consequences and eventually burning out. Although not considered as serious as clinical depression, “Diabetes Burnout” is a condition which needs to be addressed. Many people with DM2 report experiencing various degrees of stress. Stress, either physiologic or psychologic, if unaddressed, can contribute to negative outcomes for the person with DM2. In an effort to address clinical depression and diabetes burnout, non-pharmacologic interventions are recommended to alleviate the overall stress experienced by people with DM2. Some types of stress reduction interventions include deep breathing, yoga, and meditation. Of particular interest and the basis of this study is employing Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) as a non-pharmacologic intervention for addressing stress among people with DM2.
National Academies Of Practice
[Vice President of Professional Development; Distinguished Fellow]
March 1 , 2015
NAP is an inter professional organization, which includes 14 academies: Audiology, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Osteopathic Medicine, Pharmacy. Physical Therapy, Podiatric Medicine, Psychology, Social Work, Speech-Language Pathology, Veterinary Medicine
New York Academy of Medicine
Established in 1847, The New York Academy of Medicine is dedicated to ensuring everyone has the opportunity to live a healthy life. Through our original research, policy and program initiatives we provide the evidence base to address the structural and cultural barriers to good health and drive progress toward health equity. This work and our one-of-a-kind public programming are supported by our world class historical medical library and our Fellows program, a unique network of more than 2,000 experts elected by their peers from across the professions affecting health.
National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Eastern Nursing Research Society
New York State Coalition of Nurse Practitioners
Sigma Theta Tau, National Honor Society of Nursing, Zeta Omega Chapter
New York State Nurses Association
American Association of Critical Care Nurses
CHP TAP [Other]
Desc: review faculty dossiers who are applying for tenure and promotion
CHP IPP/IPE [Other]
Board of Trustees - Faculty Affairs
Faculty Affairs Committee