JingJing Shang, PhD, RN
Professor of Nursing, Columbia University
Dr. Jingjing Shang completed her post-doctoral fellowship from the Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research in 2011. Her research focuses on infection control, home health care, predictive risk modeling, nursing workforce, exercise, adherence, and cancer patient outcomes. Dr. Shang is currently an Associate Professor at the Columbia University School of Nursing, where she teaches doctoral level research classes. She received multiple federal research funding, including a R01 grant (PI) from AHRQ, and a R01 grant (multiple PI) from NINR. She is also a multiple PI of a P20 focusing on palliative care for vulnerable adults with multiple conditions. Dr. Shang is an Oncology Certified Nurse. She serves in American Cancer Society peer review committee for scholarships and has been a reviewer in CDC Special Emphasis Panel since 2015.
- BSN, Peking Union Medical College, Beijing China, 1996
- MSN, University of Delaware, 2001
- PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 2009
- Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, 2011
- Shang, J., Stone, P., & Larson, E. (2015) Studies on Nurse Staffing and Healthcare Associated Infection: Methodological Challenges and Potential Solutions. American Journal of Infection Control. 43(6): 581-588.
- Shang, J., Larson, E., Liu, J., & Stone, P. (2015) Infection in Home Health Care: Results from National Outcome and Assessment Information Data. American Journal of Infection Control. 43(5). 454-59
- Shang, J., Ma, C., Poghosyan, L., Dowding, D., Stone, P. (2014) The prevalence of infections and patient risk factors in home health care: A systematic review. American Journal of Infection Control. 42(5), 479-84 PMID: 24656786
- Shang, J., You, L., Ma, C., Altares, D., Sloane, D.M., Aiken, L.H. (2014) Nurse Employment Contracts in Chinese Hospitals: Impact of Inequitable Benefit Structures on Nurse and Patient Satisfaction. Human Resources for Health. 12:1
- Shang, J., Friese, C., & Aiken, L. (2013) Nursing Practice Environment and Outcomes for Oncology Nursing. Cancer Nursing. 36:3.
- Shang, J., Wenzel, J., Krumm, S., Griffith, K., & Stewart, K. (2012). Who Will Drop Out and Who Will Drop In: Exercise Adherence in a Randomized Clinical Trial Among Patients Receiving Active Cancer Treatment. Cancer Nursing. 35:4.