Lenore Lamanna, RN, EdD, ANP-C is an associate professor in the School of Nursing at Stony Brook University. She is the director of the Adult Gerontology Primary care and Acute Care Nurse Practitioner programs. Dr. Lamanna completed her Ed.D at Teachers College, Columbia University, a Master of Science in Nursing as an Adult Nurse Practitioner at Stony Brook University, a Bachelors of Nursing at St. Joseph’s College, and an Associate Degree of Nursing at Suffolk Community College. Dr. Lamanna has taught at Stony Brook University for over twenty seven years and is an expert in graduate education of Adult/Gerontology Nurse Practitioner students and Masters in Nursing Education students. She has many years of experience as an Adult Nurse Practitioner specializing in Gastroenterology. She also has clinical experience in dermatology. She is an active member of Sigma Theta Tau International, Kappa Gamma Chapter, and the Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates and The American College of Gastroenterology Advanced Practice Provider Committee. Dr. Lamanna’s research interest includes diverticular disease, evidence based practice and interdisciplinary education and irritable bowel syndrome.
Credentials Lenore Lamanna, RN, EdD, ANP-BC Education AAS, Suffolk County Community College, 1981 BSN, St. Joseph’s College, 1994 MS, Adult Nurse Practitioner, Stony Brook University, 1995 EdD, Teachers College Columbia University, 2002 Clinical Specialties Gastroenterology, Dermatology Primary Teaching Areas Adult/Gerontology Advanced Practice Research and Academic Interests Diverticular Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Evidence Based Practice, Interdisciplinary Education Research (selected) Diverticular Disease, Evidence Based Practice, Irritable Bowel Syndrome Publications (selected) Passarelli, J. & Lamanna, L. (2020). Improving End of Life Care Competencies in Baccalaureate Nursing Students. Adv Nursing Patient Care Int J, 3(2): 180046. Buhse, M., Lamanna, L. Advance Practice Students Perception of Preceptor’s use of Evidence Based Practice: (2016) Pending Publication Lamanna, L., Moran, P. Diverticular Disease: Traditional and Evolving Paradigms Pending Publication: 2018 Gastroenterology Nursing Lamanna, L., Della Ratta, C. (2012). Nursing Students Perceptions of the Performance of their Clinical Instructor or Clinical Preceptor. (not published) Byers, A.M., Lamanna, L. (2010). The Effect of Motivational Interviewing after IschemicStroke on Patient Knowledge and Patient Satisfaction with Care: Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, December 42(6) 312-322. Lamanna, L.: Be on the Lookout for Skin Cancer, American Journal of Nursing, August 1996 16A-16D. Lamanna, L. (2002) College Students Knowledge and Attitudes about Cancer andPerceived Risks of Developing Skin Cancer. Doctoral Dissertation, Columbia University. Lamanna, L. (2003) College Students Knowledge and Attitudes about Cancer andPerceived Risks of Developing Skin Cancer. Dermatology Nursing, April, 2004. Presentations (selected) Fabus, R.,Lamanna, L., Monahan, K., Zove, S. Presented at the Thomas Jefferson University, Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education "Interprofessional Care for the 21st century: benefits and challenges of creating interprofessional simulations using telehealth" April 13, 2021. Virtual presentation Podium-Diverticular Disease: “What Every Nurse Practitioner Should Know” Podium Presentation-Irritable Bowel Syndrome-Medications, Diet and Probiotics Major Accomplishments / Honors Excellence in Clinical Practice/Writers Award-Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates Dermatology Nurses Writer’s Award