Natalie Regier, PhD
OverviewNatalie Regier is a post-doctoral fellow in the Center for Innovative Care in Aging at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Her research focuses on addressing restlessness and behavior problems in persons with advanced dementia.
Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest
Regier, N. G., Hodgson, N. A., & Gitlin, R. N. (in press). Characteristics of activities for persons with dementia at the mild, moderate and severe stages. The Gerontologist.
Regier, N. G., & Gitlin, L. N. (in press). Towards defining restlessness in individuals with dementia. Aging & Mental Health.
Cohen-Mansfield, J., Dakheel-Ali, M., Marx, M. S., Thein, K., & Regier, N. G. (2015). Which unmet needs contribute to behavior problems in persons with advanced dementia? Psychiatry Research, 228(1), 59-64. PMC4527956.
Cohen-Mansfield, J., Marx, M.S., Dakheel-Ali, M., Regier, N.G., & Thein, K. (2010). Can persons with dementia be engaged with stimuli? American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 18(4), 351-362.
Cohen-Mansfield, J., Marx, M.S., Freedman, L.S., Murad, H., Regier, N.G., Thein, K., & Dakheel-Ali, M. (2011). The Comprehensive Process Model of Engagement. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 19(10), 859-870.
- Evidence-Based Psychotherapy for Older Adults
- Dementia (Assessment, Behaviors, Care, Psychoeducation)
- Dementia Caregiver Support
- Nonpharmacological Intervention Development
- Decisional Capacity
Awards and Honors
- NIH Loan Repayment Grant Recipient (Awarded August 2016)
- University of Alabama Outstanding Dissertation Award
- Graduate Research/Creative Activity Fellowship Awardee – 2011-2012