Lisa Quinn, PhD, RN, OCN
Lisa Quinn, PhD, RN, OCN, is Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing. She has experience in several clinical settings, including adult oncology and medical/surgical acute care as well as geriatric rehabilitation and long term care. Lisa is an oncology certified nurse and a member of the Oncology Nursing Society and the Massachusetts Association of Registered Nurses.
Lisa is interested in health policy and how it shapes the nursing profession; specifically, how hospital organizational factors influence nurse workloads and patient outcomes. She also has an interest in health equity as well as ethical issues related to end of life care, and she continues to practice as an adult oncology nurse.
MS, University of Pennsylvania, 2011
PhD, Nursing, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, 2013
BSN, Boston College, 2006
Quinn, L. (2013). Opening new doors on the study of compassion fatigue. Journal of Nursing Doctoral Students Scholarship, 1, 40-52.
Lisa Quinn, “Throughput and Nurses' Workloads: Influences on Patient and Nurse Outcomes.” Poster presented at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, Baltimore, MD on June 23, 2013.
Lisa Quinn, “Good Hospital Work Environments Improve Patient Satisfaction and Nurse Outcomes in the United Arab Emirates.” Poster presented at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, Orlando, FL on June 24, 2012.
Lisa Quinn, Nursing Interventions to Promote Therapeutic Relationships with “Difficult” Patients, Presentation presented to the Clinical In-service to staff on Lunder 9 at Massachusetts General Hospital, will provide 1 CEU, on December 17, 2012.
Lisa Quinn, Sleep Disturbances in Hospitalized Oncology Patients, Presentation presented to the Clinical In-service to staff on Lunder 9 at Massachusetts General Hospital, provided 1 CEU, on August 11, 2012.
BSN, Boston College, Boston, MA
MS, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA