Jennifer L. Trautmann, PhD, RN, FNP-BC
Jennifer Trautmann is a nurse practitioner in the department of family medicine at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital near Alexandria, VA. A former U.S. Air Force nurse and officer, she is particularly interested in understanding the impact of deployment and geographical separation on the health and emotional well-being of military-connected families and their young children. She was a Morton K. and Jane Blaustein Post Doctoral Fellow in Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
Areas of Scholarly Expertise and InterestImpact of military deployment on families; mental health
Trautmann, J., Ho., G. & Alhusen, J. (in review). "Well-Child Visits for Military Families with Young Children: Special Considerations and Practice Recommendations." Journal of Pediatric Health Care.
Trautmann, J, Alhusen, J., & Gross, D. (2015). "Impact of deployment on military families with young children: A systematic review." Nursing Outlook, 63(6), 656-679.
Trautmann, J. (2015). "Moral Distress: A case approach to recognition, diagnosis and treatment." Journal of Infusion Nursing, 38(4), 285-289.
Trautmann, J., Epstein, E.G., Rovynak, V., & Snyder, A. (2015). "Relationships Among Moral Distress, Level of Practice Independence, and Intent to Leave of Nurse Practitioners in Emergency Departments: Results from a National Survey." Journal of Advanced Emergency Nursing, 37(2), 134-145.
- Military families
- Behavioral health of young children
- Advanced practice nursing
Awards and Honors
2014-16 Morton K. and Jane Blaustein Post Doctoral Fellow in Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
2013 Barbara Brodie Scholars Endowment, University of Virginia School of Nursing
2013 Phyllis J. Verhonick Clinical Research Award, Sigma Theta Tau Intrenational, Beta Kappa Chapter, University of Virginia School of Nursing
1995 Distinguished Graduate Award, Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, Kent State University, OH