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Education and Training
DNP Columbia University School of Nursing
EdD Columbia University Teachers College
MS Seton Hall University

Judy Honig, EdD, DNP, CPNP
Dorothy M. Rogers Professor of Nursing
Associate Dean, Student Affairs

Research/Clinical Interests
Screening and early diagnosis of emotional and behavioral problems in children.
Integrated pediatric primary and mental health services for children.

Screening for emotional, behavioral and psychosocial disorders in children during primary care visits.
Culturally appropriate assessment and diagnostic measures for health and psychosocial status in urban minority children.
Comparison of English and Spanish self-report measures of child health status.

Selected Publications
Merrill, J. A., Yoon, S., Larson, E., Honig, J., & Reame, N. (2013, APRIL). Using social networkanalysis to examine collaborative relationships among PhD and DNP students and faculty in a research-intensiveuniversity school of nursing. Nursing Outlook, 61(2), 109-116. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/ j.outlook.2012.08.001
Honig, J, Smolowiz J, Larson E. (in press). Building framework for nursing scholarship: Guidelines for appointment and promotion. Journal of Professional Nursing
Honig J, Smolowitz J & Smaldone A. (2011). APRN Survey on Roles, Functions and Competencies. Clinical Scholars Review 4(1):15-19.
Smolowitz, J. Honig, & C. Reinisch (Ed). (2010). Writing DNP Clinical Case Narratives: Demonstrating and Evaluating Competency in Comprehensive Care, Springer Publishing Company, NY.
Smaldone A, Honig JC & Byrne MW. (2009). Does assessing sleep inadequacy across its continuum inform associations with child and family health? Journal of Pediatric Healthcare 23.
Honig J & Smolowitz, J. (2009). Clinical doctorate at Columbia University School of Nursing: Lessons learned. Clinical Scholars Review 2(2): 51-59.
Honig, J. & Smolowitz, J.(2008). DNP residency: A Model for the clinical doctorate. Clinical Scholars Review 1(2): 81-86
Smolowitz J & Honig, J. (2008). DNP portfolio: Scholarly project for doctor of nurse practitioner. Clinical Scholars Review 1(1): 19-23.
Smaldone A, Honig J & Byrne M. (2007). Sleepless in America: Inadequate sleep and relationships to health and well-being of our nation's children. Pediatrics 119(supplement 1)S29-S39.
Byrne M & Honig J. (2006 March). Health-related quality of life of HIV-infected children on complex antiretroviral therapy at home. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS 17(2): 27-35.
Honors & Awards
2011 DNP/APRN Capacity in Comprehensive Care (DAC3) Center Grant award
2001 NIMH Emotional and behavioral disorder screening in children
1998 Sigma Theta Tau International, Alpha Zeta Chapter, Distinguished Research Award
1995 Perceived Health Status in Urban Minority Adolescents Columbia University Small Grant Dissertation Award
1994 Columbia University School of Nursing Small Grant Research Award
1992 O'Neil Distinguished Faculty Award for Community Service

2007-present National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties: Curricular Leadership
2007-2008 National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners: DNP Position Statement 2007-present
2006-present SON Committee on Appointment and Promotions
2005-2006 American Association of College of Nursing DNP Essentials Task Force
2004-present Health Advisory Board of Columbia University Head Start/Early Head Start
2002-2004 American Association of College of Nursing, Professional Doctorate Task Force
2001-present Council for the Advancement of Comprehensive Care
2000-present SON Committee on Admissions
1990-present SON Program Director Committee

Professional Memberships
2012 American Nurses Association
2011-present New York Academy of Medicine
2001-present Eastern Nurses Research Society
2000-present National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty
1994-present Sigma Theta Tau International, Alpha Zeta Chapter
1990-present Association of Faculties of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner/Associates Programs
1984-present Fellow, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates/Practitioners, NAPNAP
1984-present Pediatric Nursing Certification Board
1984-present Greater New York Chapter, NAPNAP

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