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Nancy Jallo, Ph.D., RNC, FNP-BC, WHNP-BC, CNS

Associate Professor
Department of Family and Community Health Nursing

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1100 East Leigh Street, Room 3035
PO Box 980567
Richmond, VA 23298-0567

Phone: (804) 628-3365
Email: njallo@vcu.edu

TEACHING:

I have extensive experience in perinatal and women’s healthcare and have practiced in a variety of settings, ranging from in-patient hospital settings, ambulatory care clinics, to case management in the United States and Europe. As a practicing clinical nurse specialist as well as family and women’s health nurse practitioner, I am familiar with the challenging stressors and symptoms experienced by families. I believe nursing has a tremendous role in delivering quality care and advancing the health and well-being of families. I teach primarily in the undergraduate and graduate masters-level programs. I also serve as a doctoral student advisor.

RESEARCH:

My biobehavioral program of research focuses on improving maternal and infant outcomes with a particular emphasis on maternal stress, associated stress responses, personal resilience and biologic pathways as well as epigenetic factors influencing outcomes in at-risk women.  A focus of my biobehavioral research is developing and testing innovative, easy to implement interventions to promote well-being, influence biobehavioral mechanisms, and improve health outcomes.  I have tested guided imagery, a complementary and alternative therapy, in different populations with positive results and continue to study the effects and mechanisms of this powerful therapy.

SERVICE:

My service is consistent with my research goals of improving maternal and infant outcomes. I volunteer for the Virginia Chapter of the March of Dimes as a program services member as well as a member on the Board of Directors for the Virginia Chapter of the March of Dimes.  I also volunteer with Physicians for Peace as the Medical Operations Committee Chair as well as a member of the Executive and Board of Directors. I am a member of the Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners (VCNP), Association for Women’s, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nursing (AWHONN), Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS), and Sigma Theta Tau.

EDUCATION

  • B.S. The University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
    Nursing
  • M.S.N The Catholic University of America
    Maternal Child Concentration
  • Post-Master's Certificate Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
    Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Post-Master's Certificate Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
    Women's Health Nurse Practitioner
  • Ph.D. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
    Nursing

AWARDS/HONORS

  • VCU Institute of Women’s Health 10th Annual Women’s Health Research Day Building Interdisciplinary Bridges in Women’s Health Research Award 2014
  • Virginia Chapter of March of Dimes Outstanding Leadership in Program 2011
  • Virginia Chapter of March of Dimes Volunteer of the Year 2010
  • Virginia Chapter of March of Dimes Volunteer Hall of Fame 2006
  • Nursing Practice Award Recipient Epsilon Chi Chapter 1998

RESEARCH FUNDING

  • 2014-2015 PI: “A Pocket Computer Delivered Stress Coping Intervention for Hospitalized Pregnant Women at High Risk for Preterm Birth”. Funded through Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing Intramural Grant Program
  • 2011-2012 Project Director: “Guided Imagery Effects of Pregnancy Symptoms and Outcomes” Epigenetic Amendment. Funded through Virginia Commonwealth School of Nursing
  • 2010-2011 Co-investigator: University of San Diego School of Nursing “Maternal Stress”; funded through intramural funding provided by the Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science, University of San Diego (Howland, PI) and the Center for Biobehavioral Clinical Research, School of Nursing, Virginia Commonwealth University(P30 NR011403; M.Grap, PI)
  • 2010-2012 Project Director: “Guided Imagery Effects of Pregnancy Symptoms and Outcomes”; funded through Grant #P30 NR011403 (Grap, PI), Center of Excellence for Biobehavioral Approaches to Symptom Management; National Institute of Nursing Research, NIH
  • 2010-2011 PI: “Guided Imagery Effects of Pregnancy Symptoms and Outcomes” funded through A.D. Williams foundation, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • 2008-2009 PI: “The Effects of Guided Imagery on Maternal Stress during Hospitalization for Preterm Labor” funded through Sentara Norfolk General Hospital and Virginia Chapter of the March of Dimes

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Kinser, P., Pauli, J., Jallo, N., Shall, M.., Karst, K., Hoekstra, M., & Starkweather, A (2017). Physical activity and yoga-based approaches for pregnancy-related low back and pelvic pain. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, Mar 13. pii: S0884-2175(17)30012-6. doi: 10.1016/j.jogn.2016.12.006. [Epub ahead of print] PMID:28302455[R].
  • Ameringer, S., Elswick, R.K., Menzies, V., Robins, J., Starkweather, A., Walter, J., & Jallo, N.(2016). Psychometric Evaluation of the PROMIS Fatigue-Short Form across Diverse Populations, Nursing Research, July-Aug; 65(4): 279-289. PMID: 27362514 [R,D]
  • Bell, K. & Jallo, N. (2016). Reproduction.  In: J. Giddens (Ed) Concepts for Nursing Practice (2nd ed), 198-207. St. Louise, Missouri: Elsevier [I,D]
  • Masho, S., Price, S., Kinser, P., & Jallo, N. (2015). Racial disparities in the association between stress and preterm birth. Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice, Fall, 8(4), 80-92. [R,D]
  • Cartagena, D., Ameringer, S.W., McGrath, J.M., Masho, S.W., Jallo, N., Myers, B.J. (2015). Factors contributing to infant overfeeding in low-income immigrant Latina mothers. Applied Nursing Research, Nov 28(4), 315-321. doi: 10.1016/j.apnr.2015.03.007. Epub 2015 Mar 13. PMID:26608432.[R,D].
  • Jallo, N., Elswick Jr., R.K., Kinser, P., Masho, S., Price S.K., & Svikis, D.S. (2015).  Prevalence and predictors of depressive symptoms in pregnant African American women. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, Nov36(11)860-860.doi: 10.3109/01612840.2015.1048014. PMID:26631857.[R,D].
  • Jallo, N., Salyer, J, Ruiz, RJ, French, E. (2015) Perceptions of Guided Imagery for Stress Management in Pregnant African American Women. Archives in Psychiatric Nursing, Aug 29(4) 249-54.[R,D].
  • An, K., Jallo, N., Menzies, V., Kinser, P., Robins, JL, Starkweather, A. (2015). Integrative review of co-occuring symptoms across etiologies of chronic liver disease and implications for symptom management research and practice. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Jul:47(4):310-7. doi: 10.111/jnu.12146. Epub 2015 Jun 15.
  • Menzies, V., Jallo, N., Kinser, P., An, K., Robins, J., Driscoll, C., Starkweather, A., Bajaj, J., & Lyon, D. (2015). Shared symptoms and putative biological mechanisms in chronic liver disease: Implications for biobehavioral research. Biological Research for Nursing, published online 18 July 2014, DOI: 10.1177/1099800414541541 [R]
  • Newnam, K.M., McGrath, J.M., Salyer, J., Estes T., Jallo, N., Bass W.T. (2015). A comparative effectiveness’ study of continuous positive airway pressure-related skin breakdown when using different nasal interfaces in the extremely low birth weight neonate. Applied Nursing Research, 28(1), 36-41. [R,D]. PMID: 25017108.
  • Lyon, D., McCain, N., Elswick, R.K., Sturgill, J., Ameringer, S., Jallo, N., Menzies, V., Robins, J., Starkweather, A., Walter, J., & Grap, M.J.(2014). Biobehavioral examination of fatigue across populations: report from a P30 Center of Excellence. Nursing Outlook, 62(5), 322-331. [R,D]. PMID: 25218081.
  • Lyon DE, Starkweather AR, Montpetit A, Menzies V, & Jallo N. (2014). A Biobehavioral Perspective on Telomere Length and the Exposome. Biological Research for Nursing [R]
  • Matsuda, Y., McGrath, J.M., Knafl, G.J., Worthington, E.S., Jallo, N., & Corona, R. (2014). Examining relationship/family planning factors and sexual relationship power among immigrant latino couples in the United States. Hispanic Health Care International, 12(4), 161-173. [R,D]. PMID:25521780
  • Jallo, N. Ruiz, J.R., Elswick, R.K., & French, E (2014). Guided Imagery for Stress and Symptom
    Management in Pregnant African American Women, Evidenced Based Complementary and Alternate Medicine, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/840923.[R,D] PMID:24719646
  • Newnam, K.M., McGrath, J.M., Estes,T., Jallo, N., Salyer, J., & Bass, W.T. (2013). An
    integrative review of skin breakdown in the preterm infant associated with nasal continuous positive airway pressure. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nurses, 42(5), 508-516. [R,S] PMID:24020476.
  • Jallo, N., Lyon, D.E., Kinser, P.A., Kelly, D.L., Menzies, V., & Jackson-Cook, C. (2013).
    Recruiting for Epigenetic Research: Facilitating the Informed Consent Process. Nursing Research and Practice, 935740.doi:10.1155/2013/935740 Epub 2013 Jun 6. [R,D] PMID:23840949 PMC:3690242
  • Jallo, N., Cozens, R., Smith, M.W., & Simpson, R.I. (2013). Effects of a guided imagery
    intervention on stress in hospitalized pregnant women: a pilot study. Holistic Nursing Practice, 27(3):129-139. [R,D] PMID:23580099
  • Baker, B., McGrath, J., Pickler, R., Jallo, N. & Cohen, S.(2013). Competence and
    responsiveness in mothers of later preterm infants versus term infants. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nurses, 42(3):301-310.[R,D,S] PMID 23601024.
  • Ruiz, R.J., Picker, R.H., Marti, C.N., & Jallo, N. (2013).  Family cohesion, acculturation,
    maternal cortisol and preterm birth in Mexican American Hispanic Women.  International Journal of Women’s Health, 5:243-252. [R,D] PMID:23696717 PMC:3658537
  • Schaffer, L., Jallo, N., Howland, L., James, K., & Glaser, D. (2013). Guided Imagery: an
    innovative approach to improving sleep quality. Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing, 27(2):151-159. [R,D] PMID:23618936.
  • Ruiz, RJ., Jallo, N., Murphey, C., Marti, C.N., & Pickler, R. (2012). Second trimester maternal
    plasma levels of cytokines IL-1Ra, Il-6, and IL-10 interact to Predict Preterm Birth.  Journal of Perinatology, 32:483-490. [R,D] PMID:22460542 PMC:3386355
  • Matsuda, Y., McGrath, J.M. & Jallo N. Use of the Sexual Relationship Power Scale in
    Research: An Integrative Review (2012). Hispanic Health Care International,10(4):175-189. [R,S].
  • Menzies, V. & Jallo, N.  Guided imagery as a treatment option for fatigue: a literature review
    (2011). Journal of Holistic Nursing, 29:279-286. [R] PMCID:PMC3709599
  • Jallo, N.,Bourguignon, C.,Taylor, A.G., Ruiz, J., & Goehler, L. (2009). The biobehavioral
    effects of relaxation guided imagery on maternal stress. Advances in Mind-Body Medicine, Winter-Spring; 24(4), 12-22. [R,D] PMDI:20671330.           
  • Lyon, D., Cheng, C.Y., Howland, L., Rattican, D., Jallo, N., Pickler, R., Brown, L., &
    McGrath, J. (2010). Integrated review of cytokines in maternal, cord, and newborn blood: part 1 – Associations with preterm birth. Biologic Research in Nursing, 11(4); 371-6. [R] PMID: 20034950.
  • Pickler, R.H., Brown, L.F., McGrath, J., Lyon, D.E., Rattican, D., Cheng, C.Y., Howland, L., &
    Jallo, N. (2010). Review of cytokines in maternal, cord, and newborn blood: Part II-Associations with early infection and increased risk.  Biologic Research in Nursing, 11(4); 377-86. [R] PMID: 20028689.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

  • Jallo, N. Perinatal Stress Research, Panel Discussion, March 31, 2017, CIM Research Buzz Presentations, 2017 38th Annual Meeting &Scientific Sessions Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, CA.
  • An, K. & Jallo, N. Salivary Biomarkers in Understanding the Bio in Biobehavioral Research: Ideas to Discovery. Podium Workshop Presentation, February 22, 2017, 2017 Southern Nursing Research Conference, Dallas, Tx.
  • Jallo, N. Kinser, P., Sturgill, J.,& Elswick, R.K. Lessons Learned from Using Biomarkers in Nursing Research, Podium Symposium Presentation, February 25, 2017 Southern Nursing Research Conference, Dallas, Tx.
  • Jallo, N. Developing and Testing a Mobile App Stress Coping Intervention for Hospitalized High-Risk Pregnant Women, Podium Presentation, September, 2016 Council for Advancement of Nursing Science State of the Science, Washington, DC
  • Biernacki, P. & Jallo, N. Integrating Quality and Safety Active Learning Strategies throughout a Nurse Practitioner Curriculum, Podium Presentation, April, 2016, National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF), Seattle, WA.
  • Kinser, P. & Jallo, N. Study Findings for Mind-Body Interventions for Perinatal Depression,Podium Presentation, March, 2016, Society of Behavioral Medicine 37th Annual Meeting and Scientific Session, Washington, D.C.
  • Jallo, N. Noninvasive Salivary Biomarker Analysis of Perinatal Stress, Podium Presentation, February, 2016 Southern Nursing Research Society, Williamsburg, VA.
  • Jallo, N. Stress and Anxiety in Pregnant African American Women, Podium Presentation,Institute for Women’s Health, Podium Presentation, April, 2016, Richmond, VA.
  • Kinser, P., & Jallo, N. Screening and Intervention for Perinatal Depression, Podium Presentation, Building Bridges, Forging Partnerships, August, 2015, VCU, Richmond, VA.
  • Jallo, N., Stojanovic, S. Thacker, L., & Ramus, R. A Pocket Computer Delivered Stress Coping Intervention for Hospitalized Pregnant Women at High Risk for Preterm Birth. Poster Presentation. November 17, 2015, March of Dimes Prematurity Prevention Convention 2015. Arlington, VA
  • Toledo, L. & Jallo, N. Resource Mothers Improve Health Outcomes in the Dominican Republic, Poster Presentation, November 2, 2015, American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition, Chicago, Il. 
  • Jallo, N. (2015, February). Happiness in Pregnant African American Women: What are the Biobehavioral Correlates? Podium Presentation, February 2015, Southern Nursing Research Society, Tampa, FL.
  • Jallo, N. (2015, February). “Omics in Nursing.” Biobehavioral Research Interest Group (RIG) annual meeting panel facilitator, February 2015, Southern Nursing Research Society, Tampa, FL.
  • Jallo, N. (2015, February). Hospital Acquired Infections: Quality Improvement Challenges and Strategies. Podium Presentation February, 2015. Hospital Materno-Infantil San Lorenzo de Los Mina, Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic.
  • Jallo, N. (2014, September) Symposium Psychometric Evaluation of the PROMIS Fatigue-Short Form across Diverse Populations: Psychometric Evaluation of the PROMIS Fatigue-Short Form in Pregnant African American Women, Podium Presentation, September 2014, Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science State of the Science Congress, Washington, D.C.
  • Jallo, N. (2014, September). Effects of a Stress Coping Intervention in Pregnant African American Women: Next Steps. Podium Presentation, September, 2014, Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science State of the Science Congress, Washington, DC.
  • Jallo, N. (2014, September). Symposium Designing, Implementing and Evaluating Mind-Body-Medicine Therapies in Biobehavioral Research: Developing an Effective Mind-Body Intervention to Reduce Stress and Associated Symptoms in Pregnant African American Women, Podium Presentation, September 2014, Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science State of the Science Congress, Washington, D.C.
  • Jallo, N. (2014, April). Recruiting for Epigenetic Studies: Challenges and Strategies. Podium
    presentation at the Eastern Nursing Research Society 26th Annual Scientific Sessions, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Jallo, N. (2014, February). Biobehavioral Research Interest Group Panel: Biobehavioral
    Perspective on Telomere Length and the Exposome. Podium presentation at the 28th Annual Conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society, San Antonio, TX.
  • Jallo, N. (2014, February). Symposium Gene X Environment: Research Methodologies and
    Frameworks of Epigenetics and Cellular Aging: Recruiting for Epigenetic Research. Podium presentation at the Annual Conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society, San Antonio, TX.
  • Jallo, N. (2013, October). Pregnancy Complications and The Stress Response: Strategies for
    Coping. Podium presentation at the Physicians for Peace International Medical Education, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
  • Jallo, N. (2013, Feb-March). The Effect of Treatment Expectations on Outcomes of a Guided
    Imagery Intervention in Pregnant African American Women. Podium presentation at the Southern Nursing Research Society 27th Annual Conference, Little Rock, AR.
  • Ruiz, J & Jallo, N. (2013, Feb-March). Statistical Interaction of Plasma Cytokines in the
    Prediction of Preterm Birth in Hispanic Pregnant Women. Podium presentation at the Southern Nursing Research Society 27th Annual Conference, Little Rock, AR.
  • Jallo, N. (2013, Feb-March). Lessons Learned and Challenges in Biobehavioral Research.
    Panel discussion and podium presentation at the Southern Nursing Research Society 27th Annual Conference, Little Rock, AR.
  • Jallo, N. (2012, September). Prevalence and Correlates of Depressive Symptoms in Pregnant
    African American Women. Podium presentation at the Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science’s  2012 State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research, Washington, DC.
  • Ruiz, R & Jallo, N. (2012, February). Acculturation, Depressive Symptoms, CRH, Cortisol and
    Preterm Birth. Podium presentation at the Southern Research Nursing Society 2012 Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Jallo, N. (2011, June.) Effects of Guided Imagery on Maternal Stress during Hospitalization for
    Preterm Labor. Podium presentation at the AWHONN Annual Conference, Denver, CO.
  • Jallo, N. (2010, November). Prematurity: A Global Perspective. Podium presentation at the
    Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences University, Acharya Vinoba Bhave Rural
    Hospital, Sawangi Wardha, India.
  • Jallo, N. (2010, November). Maternal Infections and early onset neonatal sepsis. Podium
    presentation at the Sepsis 2010 Conference, Nagpur, India.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

  • Jallo, N. Thacker, L., Svikis, D., & Stojanovic, P. Developing a Mobile Device Delivered Stress Coping App for High Risk Hospitalized Pregnant Women: Lessons Learned. Poster presentation April 1, 2017. 38th Annual Meeting &Scientific Sessions Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, CA.
  • Jallo, N. The Role of the Childbirth Educator in Reducing Infant Mortality. Post presentation October 21, 2016. 2016 Annual Lamaze Conference, West Palm Beach, Florida.
  • Kinser, P. & Jallo, N. Diverse Women’s Perspectives on Mind-Body Practices throughout Pregnancy and Beyond. Poster presentation April 1, 2017. 38th Annual Meeting &Scientific Sessions Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, CA.
  • Jallo, N., Elwick, Jr., Kinser, P., Masho, S., Price, S., Svikis, D., & Kornstein, S. The Perfect Storm: Interaction of Stress and Anxiety as Predictors of Depressive Symptoms in Pregnant African American Women. Poster presentation April 27, 2016, Institute for Women’s Health Research Day, Richmond VA.
  • Naidoo, D., Jallo, N., & Thacker, L. Predictors of the Efficacy of a Guided Imagery Stress Management Intervention in Pregnant African American Women. Poster Presentation April 27, 2016, Institute for Women’s Health Research Day, Richmond VA.
  • Price, S.,Coles.,  Kinser, P., Jallo, N., Kornstein, S., & Masho, S. Integrting Behavioral Health with Centralized Intake for Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV): Lessons from a Multi-Community System Enhancement Pilot, Poster Presentation, April 14, 2016, Women’s Health 2016 24th Annual Congress, Washington, DC
  • Jallo, N., Stojanovic, S. Thacker, L., & Ramus, R. A Pocket Computer Delivered Stress Coping Intervention for Hospitalized Pregnant Women at High Risk for Preterm Birth. Poster Presentation. November 17, 2015, March of Dimes Prematurity Prevention Convention 2015. Arlington, VA
  • Toledo, L. & Jallo, N. Resource Mothers Improve Health Outcomes in the Dominican Republic,  Poster Presentation, November 2, 2015, American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition, Chicago, Il.
  • Jallo, N. (2014, May). Guided Imagery Effects of Pregnancy Symptoms and Outcomes. Poster
    presentation at the National Institutes for Nursing Research P30 Center Directors Meeting.
  • Jallo, N. (2014, April). Stress Coping Intervention in African American Pregnant Women, Poster presentation at the VCU Institute for Women’s Health 10th Annual Women’s Health Research Day, Richmond, VA.
  • Jallo, N., Toledo, L. Chiu, K., Lopez, R. (2014, April). Addressing Health Disparities: A
    Mentoring Approach with Pregnant and Parenting Teens in the Dominican Republic,
    Poster presentation at the VCU Global Health Showcase, Richmond, VA.
  • Jallo, N. (2014, February). African American Women’s Perceptions of Guided Imagery during
    Pregnancy. Poster presentation at the 28th Annual Conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society, San Antonio,TX.
  • Jallo, N. (2013, September). Longitudinal Patterns of Maternal Distress in Pregnant African
    American Women.  Poster presentation at the 16th Annual Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health Premier Women’s Health Conference, San Diego, CA.
  • Jallo, N. (2012, March). The Role of the Nurse Practitioner in Reducing Infant Mortality. Poster
    presentation at the Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners 2012 Annual Conference, Hot Springs, VA.
  • Ruiz, R., Jallo, N., Murphey, C., Marti, N.C.  (2012, February). Family Cohesion, Cortisol, and
    Preterm Birth. Poster presentation at the Research Nursing Society 2012 Annual
    Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Murphey,C,  Marti, N., Ruiz, RJ, & Jallo, N. (2012, February). Racial Discrimination, Il-10, and
    Preterm Birth. Poster presentation at the Southern Research Nursing Society 2012 Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Jallo, N. (2012, February). Understanding Mothers of Late Preterm Infants, Poster presentation
    at the Southern Research Nursing Society 2012 Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Jallo, N. (2011, October). Guided Imagery Effects on Pregnancy Symptoms and Outcomes.
    Poster presentation at the National Institute of Nursing Research’s 25th Anniversary Scientific Symposium, Washington, D.C.
  • Jallo, N., Ruiz, R, Murphey, C. (2011, October). Biobehavioral Model for Developing and
    Testing Stress Reduction Interventions in Acculturated Pregnant Hispanic Women. Poster presentation at the National Institute of Nursing Research’s 25th Anniversary Scientific Symposium, Washington, DC.
  • Howland, L.C., Jallo, N., Picker, R., Glaser, D., & Connelly, C. (2011, October). Use of Guided
    Imagery to Reduce Stress Among Mother of Hospitalized Preterm Infant. Poster presentation at the Council of Advancement of Nursing Science 2011 Special Topics Conference and Poster Session, Washington DC
  • Jallo, N. (2011, April). Depressive Symptoms in Pregnant African American Women. Poster
    Presentation at the Virginia Commonwealth University Institute for Women’s Health Research Day, Richmond, VA.
  • Jallo, N. (2010, October). Stress and Anxiety as Predictors of Prenatal Depression in Pregnant
    African. Poster presentation at the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women
    Health Annual Conference, Desert Springs, CA.
  • Jallo, N. (2010, September). Effect of Imagery and Imaging Ability on Maternal Anxiety. Poster
    presentation at the Council for Advancement of Nursing Science, Washington, D.C.
  • Jallo, N. (2010, March). Relationship Between Maternal Stress, Anxiety, and Depression in
    African American Women. Poster presentation at the Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners Annual Conference, Reston, VA. 
  • Jallo, N. (2010, February). Exploring the Effects of Guided Imagery on Maternal Affective
    Symptoms. Poster presentation at the North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynecology 36th Annual Meeting, Richmond Virginia.
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