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Prof. 신나미

Phone: 3290-4924
Email: nshin@korea.ac.kr 
Fax: 927-4676
 
  • About Professor
  • Curriculum vitae
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  • Profile

    NAH-MEE SHIN, Ph.D., APRN, BC (Acute Care Nurse Practitioner) 
    Associate Professor (부교수)
    Department: Adult Health Nursing & Clinical Nurse Specialist Track
     
    Nah-Mee Shin, PhD, NP, is a nurse scientist, board certified advanced practice registered nurse (APRN), and educator with a special focus on the care of those with chronic illness, particularly those with cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) and co-morbidities. Her initial practice in nursing was in medical-surgical care in the United States, and subsequently coronary care extending from in-hospital clinical settings to out-patient cardiac rehabilitation programs as she pursued her master’s and doctoral degrees concentrating on cardiovascular nursing at University of Virginia and University of Michigan. While she expanded her clinical experiences from acute and critical care to chronic and long term care, she specialized her expertise in cardiovascular health and related areas including metabolic syndrome, diabetes, hypertension, obesity, depression, etc. She exercised her clinical and research expertise at the tertiary hospitals or university health systems and in diverse communities. Dr. Shin's current research focuses on developing and testing comprehensive interventions to enhance self-management, using an individually tailored approach to women who are at risk for developing CVDs or have CVDs. She was Principal Investigator (PI) and Co-PI for several funded projects conducted in the United States and Korea. Prior research was conducted among hospitalized patients with coronary heart conditions to identify factors associated with successful recovery and rehabilitation of the cardiac chronic illness. She is currently Co-Principal Investigator with the Tailored Home Visiting Health Care Project of a government-funded intervention study for underserved and impoverished community populations using a problem-solving approach to hypertension and diabetes self-management. She has published over 30 abstracts, articles, and translated book chapters reporting research results and topics such as gender comparison, quality of life, Hwa-Byung, women and heart diseases, exercise and diet, rehabilitation, end-of- life care, substance abuse, domestic violence, etc. Dr. Shin is in charge of the clinical nurse specialist program at Korea University and guides a number of clinical studies aiming at evidence-based clinical practice.
     
  • Curriculum

    EDUCATION  

    • Post-Doctoral Fellow of the NINR Institutional Training Grant (T32). (July 2005 to June 2007). University of Michigan (U of M), Center for the Health Promotion & the Risk Reduction, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U. S. A. 
    • Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (PhD) (August 1999-July 2005). U of M School of Nursing, Ann Arbor, MI. Rackham Fellow from Rackham Graduate Studies
    •  Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Post-Master’s Program (January 2004-June 2005)
    U of M, School of Nursing focusing on Cardiology, Ann Arbor, MI, U.S.A.
    • Master of Science in Nursing, Clinical Nurse Specialist Program in Adult Health Nursing (January 1998-August 1999), University of Virginia, School of Nursing, Charlottesville, Virginia. U. S. A.
    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (March 1985-February 1989), Korea University, Seoul, Korea

     

    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP & SERVICE 

    •  Korean Society of Nursing Science, member (2008-present). 
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing (SSCI/SCIE journal), Manuscript reviewer (2011-present)
    •  Korean Society of Adult Health Nursing, member (2008-present)
    •  Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS), member
    •  Sigma Theta Tau International, Rho Chapter, member 
    •  Asian American and Pacific Islander Nurses Association (AAPINA), member
    •  Universitas 21 Health Science Group, Nursing Delegate, Korea University Task Force Team for Seoul Meeting 2011 (2008-present)
    •  Internal Review Board of Korea University, member (2011-present) 
    •  APRN certification board member & reviewer. Korean Accreditation Board of Nursing (2010-present)
    •  Research Project reviewer, Korea Institute for Health & Social Affairs, Management Center for Health Promotion (2009-present) 
    • International Affair Committee of KUCON. member (2009-present)
    •  Student Affair Committee of KUCON. member (2009-present)
    • Korea University Social Service Organization, Committee Member (2009-present)
    •  Korea University, Office of Student Affair, Advisory Member for Student Activity Consulting & Support Committee (2008, 3-2010. 2)
    •  Korean Universities Council for Social Service, Council member (2009-present)
    •  World Friends Korea & Korean University Council for Social Service, Cambodia social service team leader (2010)
    •  Korean Translator & Interpreter (2004-2007), University of Michigan Health System, Department of Interpreter Service, Ann Arbor, MI. USA

    CLINICAL PRACTICE 

    Experience
    • University of Michigan Health System, Main Hospital, Ann Arbor, MI. USA
    •  INOVA Health System, Fairfax Hospital, Falls Church, VA. USA
    •  Arlington Hospital, Arlington, VA USA
    •  District of Columbia General Hospital, Washington, D.C. USA
     
    Licensure & Certification
     • Registered Nurse (RN), both in U. S. A. and Korea 
     •  Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (ACNP) by American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Titled as Advanced 
     
    Practice RN, Board Certified (APRN, BC)
     •  Registered Nurse, Certified in Medical-Surgical Nursing
     • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) & Basic Life Support (BLS), certified by American Heart Association
  • Publications

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  • Research

    Interest 

    Individually & culturally tailored care & lifestyle modifications; Interventions for promoting self-management among women at risk of CVD; Health behaviors in people living with chronic illness; spiritual coping and quality of life

     

    Experience

    Primary Investigator: 
    •  Effects of tailored program, “My Heart My Mind” for women with metabolic syndrome by promoting self-management
    •  Development and implementation of tailored interventional program, "My Heart My Mind" for the disadvantaged women with cardiovascular risk factors to improve self-management for their own health promotion & risk reduction.  Funded by General Research Fund, Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs, Management Center for Health Promotion (2009)
    •  Effects of resilient coping capacity on depression in patients with acute coronary events (ERDACE).  Funded by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation (2003-2004), the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, Rho Chapter (2004), and U of M Rackham Graduate Studies (Fall, 2004)
    •  3 years follow-up study of depression and quality of life in patients after acute coronary syndrome
     
    Co-Investigator & Senior Research Associate:
    •  Tailored Home Visiting Health Care Project. Intervention study for underserved and impoverished community populations using a problem-solving approach to hypertension and diabetes self-management.  Funded by Ministry of Health & Welfare, Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs, Management Center for Health Promotion (2011)
    •  Cardiac Rehabilitation Center. University of Michigan Health System, Preventive Cardiology Department of the Internal Medicine. 
    • Healthy Asian American Project (HAAP), University of Michigan, School of Nursing

     

  • Teaching

    Experience & Awards
     • Stone Tower (“Seok-Top”) Best Teaching Award, Korea University (2009 & 2012).
     • Assistant Professor, Eastern Michigan University, School of Nursing, Ypsilanti, MI 
     • Teaching/Graduate Assistant, University of Virginia and University of Michigan
     
    Undergraduate program at KU: 
     • Adult Health Nursing : from acute & critical to chronic & long-term care 
     •  Health Assessment & Physical Examination; Nursing Process & Critical Thinking; 
     • NCLEX-RN prep course/Global Health Issues- KU United Nations Millennium Development Goal (KU UN MDGs) 
     
    Graduate program at KU: 
     •  Clinical Nurse Specialist Track; Advanced Health Assessment & Physical Exam; Advanced Health Problem Management 
     • Adult Health Nursing Education 
     •  Chronic Illness Management

     

  • Lab Members

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