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Galiczewski, Janet

Dr. Janet Galiczewski
Credentials: 
DNP, MSN, ANP, RN, CCRN
Email Address: 
janet.galiczewski@stonybrook.edu
Department: 
Undergraduate Studies
Position: 
Clinical Associate Professor
Office: 
2-204
Profile: 

Profile: 

Dr. Janet Marie Galiczewski is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Undergraduate studies. Dr. Galiczewski received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing and Certification as an Adult Nurse Practitioner from Molloy College. She received her Doctor of Nursing Practice(DNP) degree at Stony Brook University School of Nursing. She was inducted into Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Society in 1988. She is a Nationally Certified Critical Care Nurse since 1990 and is currently practicing in the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. Dr. Galiczewski has a diverse clinical background, specializing in Medical/Surgical Intensive Care and Pulmonary Medicine. She is a five time recipient of the Long Island Jewish Medical Center’s Center of Nursing Excellence Award and received the Excellence in Teaching Award from Sigma Theta Tau, Kappa Gamma Chapter. She is a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN). Dr. Galiczewski also serves as a nurse resident facilitator at Stony Brook Medicine, UHC/AACN Nurse Residency Program. Her scholarly interests include improving clinical nursing practice for better patient outcomes with emphasis on ventilator-associated pneumonia and catheter associated urinary tract infections in the Intensive Care Unit.

 

Credentials

Janet Galiczewski DNP, MSN, ANP, RN, CCRN

 

Education

BSN, Molloy College, 1988

MSN, ANP, Molloy College, 2001

DNP, Stony Brook University, 2016

 

Clinical Specialties

Critical Care Nursing

Pulmonary Care

 

Primary Teaching Areas

Health Assessment

Mathematics for Healthcare

Adult Gerontological Nursing

Capstone Clinical Rotation

Clinical Partnerships

Directed Studies: Independent Project Development

Social Justice

 

Research and Academic Interests

Improving clinical nursing practice for better patient outcomes with emphasis 

on ventilator-associated pneumonia and catheter associated urinary tract 

infections in the Intensive Care Unit, Cultural Competency, Health Disparities, Integrating Genomics & Genetics into nursing curricula.

 

Research (selected). 

Galiczewski, J.  An Intervention to Improve the Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection Rate in a Medical Intensive Care Unit: Direct Observation of Catheter Insertion Procedure. Stony Brook University/Stony Brook Medicine. Sept 2015 to May 2016. Doctoral Mentor: Kathleen M. Shurpin PhD, ANP-C, NPP

 

Publications (selected)

Galiczewski, J. (2015). Interventions for the prevention of catheter associated urinary tract infections in intensive care units: An integrative review. 

Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.iccn.2015.08.007.

Buhse, M., Della Ratta, C., Galiczewski, J., & Eckardt, P. (2015). Caregivers of older persons with multiple sclerosis: Determinants of health-related quality of life. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 47(2), E2-E12. doi: 10.1097/JNN.0000000000000117

Presentations (selected) 

An Intervention to Improve the Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection Rate in a Medical Intensive Care Unit: Direct Observation of Catheter Insertion  Procedure. Northwell Health Research Day, North Hills Country Club. Poster Presentation.  May 4, 2016                                    

An Intervention to Improve the Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection Rate in a Medical Intensive Care Unit: Direct Observation of Catheter Insertion  Procedure. Stony Brook School of Nursing Research Day, Stony Brook University. Poster  & Podium   Presentation. May 6, 2016                        

Preceptor Development Day: The Road from Novice to Expert. Stony Brook Medicine Preceptor Day. Pesentation. October 2016  

The  Nontraditional Medical-Surgical Clinical Rotation Experience: Northwell Health/Stony Brook University School of Nursing Partnership. Nursing Leadership Council: Nursing Leadership Meeting at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. Presentation. March, 2012                 

 

Major Accomplishments / Honors

Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching and Service,  SBU SON, 2016

Doretta Dick Award for Scholarly Writing, SBU SON, 2016

American Nurses Foundation: Excellence in Nursing Education, 2016

New York State - Senator Patricia Mcgee Nursing Faculty Scholarship, 2014-2016 

Sigma Theta Tau International :  Member since 1988 (Epsilon Kappa Chapter, Molloy College, Kappa Gamma Chapter, Stony Brook University ) Board Member Leadership Succession 2014-present 

American Association of Critical Care Nurses member, 1991 to present      

Eastern Nursing Research Society  member, 2015 to present

Health Care Hero’s Award Finalist: Nurse Educator Category, Long Island Business News, 2010

20 years of CCRN Certification, AACN, 2010

Excellence in Teaching Award: Sigma Theta Tau-Kappa Gamma Chapter , 2010

Nassau/Suffolk Nurse Excellence Nominee: Stony Brook University SON, 2010

Center of Nursing Excellence Award: LIJ Medical Center, 2006, 2004, 2001, 1999

Recognition of Outstanding Performance in the Role of Clinical Coach: LIJ, 2001

Recipient of Academic Silver medal for Outstanding Grade Point Average in Graduate Program : Molloy College , 2001

Spirit of Patient Care Award: LIJ  Medical Center, 2001