Barbara Mark, PhD, RN, FAAN
School of Nursing
Carrington Hall, CB #7460
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7460
Dr. Mark has been involved for more than 40 years in the study of work environments, quality and safety in acute care hospitals.
2014 Award Selection Committee, Friends of the National Institute of Nursing Research
2013 Friends of the National Institute of Nursing Research PathPaver Award
2011 Visiting Professor, Hadassah University, Jerusalem, Israel
2010-2011 Visiting Professor, New York University
2010-2011 Carrington Leave
2011 Excellence in Doctoral Mentorship and Education Award presented by PhD students at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Nursing
2010 Research Mentor of the Year Award, Interdisciplinary Research Group on Nursing Issues, AcademyHealth
Zimba, C. C., Leeman, J., Mark, B.A., Sherwood, G., van der Horst, C.M. (2021). Supporting the implementation of guidelines to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Malawi: A multi-case study. Malawi Medical Journal.
Patel, E., Dusetzina, S.B., Holmes, G. M., Jones, C.B., Mark, B.A., (2021).
Impact of Nurse Practitioner Scope of Practice Policies on Preventive Service Utilization.
Tubbs-Cooley HL, Mara C, Carle AC, Mark B.A, Pickler RH. (2019) Association of Nurse Workload with Missed Nursing Care in the Neonatal ICU. JAMA Pediatrics. 173(1):44-51.
Wu, J-R., Mark, B.A., DeWalt, D., Dunlap, S., Chang, P., & Knafl, G. (2019). A multi-component, family-focused and literacy-sensitive intervention to improve medication adherence in patients with heart failure. Heart & Lung, 48(6):507-514.
Patel, E., Peterman, V., & Mark, B.A. (2019). Does state-level Nurse Practitioner Scope-of-Practice Regulation Affect Access to Care? Western Journal of Nursing Research, 41(4):488-518.
Invited commentary to appear with print edition: Mark, B.A. & Patel, E. (2019). Nurse Practitioner Scope of Practice: What do we know and where do we go? Western Journal of Nursing Research, 41(40:483-487.
Co-investigator: Enhancing high reliability care in neonatal intensive care units. National Institute of Child Health and Development 3/20 – 2/25 1 R01 HD100455-01