Hayley Germack, PhD, RN
Postdoctoral Fellow at Yale
Hayley Germack is currently a post-doctoral fellow at Yale University. She graduated from University of Pennsylvania with a PhD in health services research. She is focusing on how to use technology to improve outcomes for patients, specifically mental health services, as well as health inequalities, cultural dimensions of nursing, and nursing workforce and improving quality and outcomes in healthcare.
In 2015, Germack was invited to deliver a podium presentation at the Interdisciplinary Research Group in Nursing Issues (IRGNI) at the 2015 Academy Health ARM.
- Barnes H, Maier CB, Altares Sarik D, Germack HD, Aiken LH, McHugh MD. 2016. Effects of Regulation and Payment Policies on Nurse Practitioners’ Clinical Practices. Medical Care Research and Review
- Germack, H.D., Griffiths, P., Sloane, D.M., Rafferty, AM, Ball, JE, & Aiken, L.H. 2015. Patient satisfaction and non-UK educated nurses: a cross-sectional observational study of English National Health Service Hospitals. BMJ Open 5:e009483
- E.T., Germack, H.D. & Viscardi, M. 2015. Missed nursing care is linked to patient satisfaction: a cross-sectional study of US hospitals. BMJ Quality & Safety Online First. doi:10.1136/bmjqs-2015-003961