Jackelyn Boyden

Adjunct Fellow

Doctoral Student, School of Nursing

Public Health Interests

Community/Population Health, Social Determinants of Health



Current Public-Health Related Activities

I am currently a doctoral student at the School of Nursing. My research interests include studying the determinants of timely access to community-based pediatric palliative care utilizing an ecologic approach.

Select Publications:

Boyden, J.Y., Kavanaugh, K., Issel, M.I., Eldeirawi, K., & Meert, K.L. (2014). Experiences of African American Parents Following Perinatal or Pediatric Death: A Literature Review. Death Studies, 38(6), 374-380.

Boyden, J.Y., & Porthouse, M. (2013). Chronic Pain: How Do We Treat It in an Era of Increasing Prescription Medication Misuse and Abuse? (nursing contact hour education module, course ID 60192). Falls Church, VA: Gannett Education. Published on http://www.Nurse.com

Boyden, J.Y., & Muir, J.C. (Sept 2013). Patterns in Place of Death (commentary). Journal of Pain and Symptom Management Fast Article Critical Summaries for Clinicians in Palliative Care (PC-FACS), 46(3), 460.