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Luppino J.D., Grace A.; FitzGerald Miller, Justine

“Dr. Debra Gayer has worked diligently to educate pediatric nurses in the state of Missouri and beyond to help meet the growing need for primary health care advanced pediatric nurse providers,” said Dean Judith Fitzgerald Miller, MU SSON dean. “This online pediatric nurse practitioner program addresses the needs of nursing students in rural and underserved communities in Missouri.”

Judith Fitzgerald Miller has made distinct contributions to the discipline of nursing through her program of research on psychosocial responses to chronic illness and through the resulting publications including three editions of her book, "Coping with Chronic Illness: Overcoming Powerlessness." A series of studies on hope beginning with exploratory, qualitative designs and evolving to studies using triangulated methods have been completed. Most noteworthy in the hope studies has been the development and psychometric testing of the Miller Hope Scale. Other studies on hope have substantiated the importance of family hope and client hope in adjustment to chronic illness. Dr. Miller's studies on the elderly included the "Impact of Arts Interventions in Persons with Dementia" and "Spouse Response to and Management of Aggression in Persons with Dementia." She also has focused on a critical review of the tailored intervention research on health behavior change; developed critical analyses guides for tailoring research and a Guide for Fidelity for Intervention Research. Her most recent work completed was "Coping Challenges after Hospitalization" in collaboration with two nurse colleagues. Currently she is involved in an interdisciplinary study on the "chemobrain" phenomenon in women receiving adjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer.

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  • Luppino J.D., Grace A.; FitzGerald Miller, Justine

    Judith Fitzgerald Miller has made distinct contributions to the discipline of nursing through her program of research on psychosocial responses to chronic illness and through the resulting publications including three editions of her book, "Coping with Chronic Illness: Overcoming Powerlessness." A series of studies on hope beginning with exploratory, qualitative designs and evolving to studies using triangulated methods have been completed. Most noteworthy in the hope studies has been the development and psychometric testing of the Miller Hope Scale. Other studies on hope have substantiated the importance of family hope and client hope in adjustment to chronic illness. Dr. Miller's studies on the elderly included the "Impact of Arts Interventions in Persons with Dementia" and "Spouse Response to and Management of Aggression in Persons with Dementia." She also has focused on a critical review of the tailored intervention research on health behavior change; developed critical analyses guides for tailoring research and a Guide for Fidelity for Intervention Research. Her most recent work completed was "Coping Challenges after Hospitalization" in collaboration with two nurse colleagues. Currently she is involved in an interdisciplinary study on the "chemobrain" phenomenon in women receiving adjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer.

    Fitzgerald Miller is currently the director of investments at Oppenheimer & Co. Inc., a leading wealth management, asset management and investment banking firm. He advises clients on the development of investment policies, asset allocation strategies, investment manager selection, and investment management. Prior to joining Oppenheimer & Co., he was a senior financial advisor at Merrill Lynch, where he provided financial and investment management advice and services to individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations. Mr. Miller’s commitment to serving his clients in the world of finance is equally matched by his commitment to community service. He is currently an ordained deacon at Abyssinian Baptist Church in New York City, the first vice president of One Hundred Black Men, Inc., NYC Founding Chapter and has been appointed a second term for the New York Supreme Court First Department Disciplinary Committee, Appellate Division. A graduate of Baruch College, where he obtained a BBA in accountancy and serves as a member of the college’s alumni board of directors, Mr. Miller speaks regularly at career planning forums for students at the college who are interested in finance and business. He serves on the board of trustees for Bridge Street Development Corporation, which focuses on affordable housing and small business development in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant community.