Kim Mooney-Doyle, PhD, RN, CPNP-AC

Kim Mooney-Doyle, PhD, RN, CPNP-AC
  • Assistant Professor
    Family and Community Health
Location:
Room 538, School of Nursing Building
Phone:
410-706-4397
Email:
kmooney-doyle@umaryland.edu

Education

  • BSN, Nursing, Boston College, 1997
  • MSN, Pediatric Oncology Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, 2005
  • PhD, Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, 2014

Contracts, Fellowships, Grants, and Sponsored Research

  • Date:
    2017 - 2019
    Title:
    How Parent Constructs Affect Parent and Family Well-Being after a Child's Death
    Sponsoring Organization:
    National Institute of Nursing Research
    Role:
    Co-Investigator
  • Date:
    2018 - 2019
    Title:
    How Parent Constructs Affect Parent and Family Well-Being After a Child's Death
    Sponsoring Organization:
    National institute of Nursing Research
    Role:
    Co-Investigator
  • Date:
    2017 - 2020
    Title:
    New Nursing Faculty Fellowship KIM MOONEY-DOYLE
    Sponsoring Organization:
    MHEC
    Role:
    Principal

Research Interests

  • My research is located at the intersection of family science and palliative care. I am interested in understanding how we can best promote the health of families and individuals during serious pediatric and adolescent/young adult illness, including pediatric cancer.

Research Activity

  • Duration:
    2019 - Current
    Title:
    Sibling Perception's of Family Belonging in Advanced Pediatric Cancer and Palliative Care
    Description:
    Started analysis of over 100 interviews from children with cancer, their parents, and siblings to understand descriptions of family belonging. For presentation at American Psychological Association, focusing on siblings' descriptions of family belonging.
    Status:
    On-Going
  • Duration:
    2018 - Current
    Title:
    Nation-wide Survey of Children's Hospitals on Sibling Support Activities
    Description:
    Currently conducting analysis and manuscript preparation.
    Status:
    Writing Results
  • Duration:
    2017 - Current
    Title:
    Parental constructs of good-parent beliefs after child death
    Status:
    On-Going

Publications

  • Mooney-Doyle, K., dos Santos, M. R. & Woodgate, R.. Family Centered Precision Health in Pediatric Oncology. Pediatric Oncology Nursing: Defining Care through Science, (1). Springer.
  • Mooney-Doyle, K. & Lindley, L. C. (2019, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). The association between poverty and family financial challenges of caring for medically complex children. Nursing Economic$. Pitman, NJ, USA: Jannetti Publications, Inc.
  • Mooney-Doyle, K. & Ulrish, C. M.. Family moral distress in pediatric serious illness: A dimensional analysis. Nursing Ethics. Sage Journals.
  • Mooney-Doyle, K. & Lindley, L. C.. Family and child characteristics associated with caregiver challenges for medically complex children. Family and Community Health. Wolters-Kluwer.
  • , Sabone, M., Mazonde, P., Cainelli, F., Maitshoko, M., Joseph, R., et al (2019, April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 23). Everyday ethical challenged of the physician-nurse work environment and collaboration in African hospitals.. Nursing Ethics. Sage Journals.
  • Weaver, M. S., Mooney-Doyle, K., Kelly, K. P., Montgomery, K., Newman, A., Fortney, C., et al (2019, March 05). Benefits and Burdens of Research Participation in Pediatric Palliative Care: A Systematic Review.. Journal of Palliative Medicine. New Rochelle, NY, USA: Mary Ann Liebert, Ic.
  • Mooney-Doyle, K. (2018, April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 15). The ethics of concurrent care for children: A social justice perspective.. Nursing Ethics. Sage. doi:doi: 10.1177/0969733018765308
  • Weaver, M. S., Bell, C. J., Diver, J. L., Jacobs, S. L., Lyon, M., Mooney-Doyle, K., et al (2018, January (1st Quarter/Winter) 15). Surprised by Benefit in Pediatric Palliative Care Research. Cancer Nursing, 41 (1), 86. Wolters Kluwer.
  • Mooney-Doyle, K.. Daddy I love you, but you drive me crazy. Handbook of Palliative Care in Oncology.
  • Ulrich, C. M., Mooney-Doyle, K. & Grady, C. (2018, January (1st Quarter/Winter) 1). Communicating with Pediatric Families at End-of-Life Is Not a Fantasy. . American Journal of Bioethics, 18 (1). Taylor and Francis Online. doi:https://doi.org/10.1080/15265161.2017.1401175

See a full list of published work.

Presentations

  • Year:
    2019
    Title:
    "Of all the science-y things they ask me to do at CHOP, this is my favorite:" Partnering with families in pediatric palliative care reseaarch
    Conference/Meeting Name:
    Qualitative Research Methods Affinity Group
    Sponsoring Organization:
    The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
    Location:
    Philadelphia PA United States
  • Year:
    2019
    Title:
    Innovation in Family Nursing Research: Moving Everyday Research Processes Toward Extraordinary Heights
    Conference/Meeting Name:
    Annual Research Meeting
    Sponsoring Organization:
    Japanese Association of Family Research in Nursing
    Location:
    Tokyo Japan

Areas of Specialization

  • pediatric oncology and acute care

Primary Teaching Areas

  • My primary teaching areas include research methods for evidence based practice, qualitative research methods, and end-of-life care.

Honors/Awards

  • Name:
    Rising Star in Family Nursing Award
    Sponsoring organization:
    International Family Nursing Association
    Date:
    August 2019

Academic and Professional Activities

Professional

  • Date:
    2017 - Current
    Organization:
    International Family Nursing Association
    Role:
    Committee Chair
  • Date:
    2011 - Current
    Organization:
    Cancer Nursing
    Role:
    Manuscript Reviewer/Referee
  • Date:
    2012 - Current
    Organization:
    Journal of Palliative Medicine
    Role:
    Manuscript Reviewer/Referee
  • Date:
    2014 - Current
    Organization:
    Journal of Pediatric Nursing
    Role:
    Manuscript Reviewer/Referee
  • Date:
    2015 - Current
    Organization:
    Health Psychology
    Role:
    Manuscript Reviewer/Referee