Grants Development, RWJ-funded grant with Dr. Robin Newhouse PI, Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative (5% effort submitted 6/10)
Grants Development, SAMHSA-funded grant with Dr. Mary Haack PI, Interdisciplinary Care for Homeless Individuals with Co-Occurring Disorders (submitted, 5/08, unfunded)
Grants Development, NIDA-funded grant with Dr. Mary Haack PI, Buprenorphine Treatment by Nurse Practitioners and Physicians (20% effort 3/05 to 6/06, unfunded)
Burda, C. (2012) Substance Use Disorders. In Smith, Claudia, M. & Maurer, Francis, A. (5th edition) Community/ Public Health Nursing Practice: Concepts for Families and Populations (Chapter 25). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: W.B. Saunders Company.
Burda, C., Haack, M, Duarte, A, Alemi, F. (2012) Medication Adherence among Homeless Patients: A Pilot Study of Cell Phone Effectiveness. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners 24(11) 675-681.
Fornili, K, & Burda, C. (2010). Overview of current Federal policy for substance use disorders. Journal of Addictions Nursing, 21(4). 247-251. (doi:10.3109/10884602.2010.525788)
Fornili, K, & Burda, C. (2009). Bupernorphine Prescribing: Why Physicians Aren’t and Nurse Prescribers Can’t: Policy Watch. Journal of Addiction Nursing 20:218-226.
Burda, C. (2007) Annotated Bibliography: Best practices for Intimate Violence Responses by Healthcare Practitioners, Washington, DC: Pan American World Health Organization.
Fornili, K, & Burda, C. (2006). Buprenorphine Products for the Pharmacologic Management of Opiod Addiction: Why Shouldn't Advanced Practice Nurses Prescribe? Journal of Addiction Nursing 17:139-145.
Haack, M, Burda, C, Alemi, F, Harge, A & Nemes, S. (2005). Facilitating Self-Management of Substance Use Disorders with Online Counseling: A Pilot Study. Journal of Addiction Nursing 16, 41-46.
Haack, M, Burda, C, Alemi, F, Nemes, S. (2005). Facilitating Self-Management of Substance Use Disorders with Online Counseling: The Intervention and Study Design. Journal of Addictions Nursing, 16, 41-46.
Primary Teaching Areas:
NURS 418: Drug Addiction, Society and the Role of the Nurse, Course Development and Faculty (2010-Present)