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Rita Ferrari D’Aoust, PhD, ANP-BC, CNE, FAANP, FNAP

Administration
Associate Dean of Teaching and Learning
Rita D’Aoust
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Overview

Rita Ferrari D'Aoust is an expert in interprofessional education, community service, and providing access to care for vulnerable populations. At the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, she will lead the development and implementation of innovative teaching and learning strategies.

Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest

Interprofessional education; underserved populations
  • Videos
  • Publications

    D’Aoust, R., Rowe, M., Brewster, G., & Rowe, M. "Understanding Depression in Caregivers of Persons with Dementia: A Cross-Sectional Study." (2014). International Journal of Older People Nursing.

    Athilingam, P., Moynihan, J., Chen, L., D'Aoust, R., Groer, M., & Kip, K. (2013). "Elevated levels of Interleukin-6 and C-Reactive Protein are associated with cognitive impairment in heart failure." Congestive Heart Failure, 19(2), 92-98.

    Kip, K., D’Aoust, R., Hernandez, D., Girling, S., Long, M.K., Rojas, P., Wittenburg, T., Abhayakumar, A.,& Rosenzweig, L. (In press for publication, Oct., 2016). "Evaluation of brief treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) among homeless veterans by use of Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART)." Nursing Outlook.

    D’Aoust, R., Rossiter, A., Clochesy, J., Braue, L., & Morrison-Beedy, D. (Accepted for publication for 2016). "Supporting medics’ and corpsmen’s move into professional nursing." Nursing Education Today.

    Rossiter, A., D’Aoust, R., & Shafer, M. (2016). "Military Children Serving at What Cost? The Effects of Parental Service on the Wellbeing of our Youngest Military Members." Annual Review of Nursing Research, 34(1), 109-117.

    Sahebzamani, F., D’Aoust, R., Friedrich, D., Aiyer, A., Reis, S., & Kip, K. (2013) "Relationship among low cholesterol levels, depressive symptoms, aggression, hostility and cynicism." Journal of Clinical Lipidology, 7(3) 208-216.

  • Research
    • Geriatrics and Aging: primary care geriatrics, care giver support/needs, interdisciplinary education and care
    • Military/Veteran: Stress (PTSD/MST, FM), Accelerated Resolution Therapy, family effects, veteran transition
    • Education research and program innovation
    • Interprofessional education and practice
  • Awards and Honors

    UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine Geriatrics Mini-fellowship (2016)

    National Academies of Practice Fellow (2012-present)

    American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Fellow (2011- present)

    AACN-Wharton Executive Leadership Program Fellow (2015)

    Florida Nurse Practitioner Network, Policy Advocacy Appreciation (2014)

    Mary Dombeck Diversity Enhancement Faculty Award, Rochester, NY (2010)

    Edward Peck Curtis Award for Excellence in University Teaching, University of Rochester (2002)