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Madeline A. Naegle,

Coordinator, Substance Abuse Disorders Specialty Sequence
Director WHO Collaborating Center in Geriatric Nursing Education
433 First Ave Room 626
New York, NY 10010
Areas of Specialization 

Psychiatric-mental health nursing, addictions, international/global education

PhD, 1980, New York University Division of Nursing Steinhardt School
MA, 1967, New York University Division of Nursing Steinhardt School
BSN, 1964, Nazareth College of Rochester
Professional Overview 
Dr. Naegle is nationally and internationally known for program development, publications and implementation of policy in the specialties of addiction and psychiatric nursing. Her leadership activities have focused on integration of behavioral health into health professional education and health care delivery. Her leadership in organized nursing includes development of international consultation and education and establishment of the NYU College of Nursing WHO Collaborating Center.
Honors and Awards 
2010, Anderson J. Spickard, Jr. Excellence in Mentorship Award, Association of Medical Educators and Researchers in Substance Abuse
2007, National Nurses’ Society on Addictions (INTNSA) Spirit Award
2007, Honorary Recognition. New York State Nurses Association
2007, National Nurses’ Society on Addictions (INTNSA) Spirit Award
2007, Honorary Recognition. New York State Nurses Association
2006, J.W. Fulbright Senior Fellow, University of Sao Paulo
2005, NYU Division of Nursing Alumni Association, Distinguished Alumna Award
2002, The Hildegard E. Peplau Award, American Nurses’ Association
2001-2000, Who’s Who in Medicine and Health Care
2000, Outstanding Alumna, Nazareth College of Rochester
1999, New York State Nurses’ Association Leadership Institute
1998, National Nurses Society on Addictions, President’s Award
1995, J.W. Fulbright Fellow, University of Malta
1994, Amanda Silver Distinguished Service Award, N.Y. County Registered Nurses’ Association
1992, Legislative & Health Policy Award, Division of Nursing, NYU
1991, YWCA Academy of Women Achievers
1989, Fellow, American Academy of Nursing
1988, Charter Member, Nursing Honor Society, Nazareth College
1986, New York County Registered Nurses’ Association Presidential Citation
1972, Outstanding Young Women of America
1967, Sigma Theta Tau, Upsilon Chapter, National Honor Society for Nursing
1964, Kappa Gamma Pi, National Honor Society, Catholic Women’s Colleges
RN, New York
Professional Membership 
American Academy of Nursing: Member, Expert Panel on Mental Health and Substance Abuse
American Nurses’ Association
American Psychiatric Nurses’ Association
American Psychiatric Nurses Association Tobacco Dependence Council: Member
Association of Medical Educators and Researchers in Substance Abuse: Member
Eastern Nursing Research Society
Fulbright Association: New York and National Chapters
International Nurses’ Society on Addictions
National League for Nursing: Member
New York Academy of Science: Member USDHHS, Division of Nursing, Consortium on Alcohol and Other Drugs
New York University, Division of Nursing Alumni Assoc.: Member, Faculty Advisor
Sigma Theta Tau, Pi Psi Chapter
Sigma Theta Tau, Upsilon Chapter: Member

PhD candidacy and dissertation advisement

Clinical Practice / Clinical Interests 

Practicing psychotherapist since 1980, Addictions nursing

Naegle, M. (2012). Substance misuse and alcohol use disorders. In M. Boltz, E. Capezuti, T. Fulmer, & D. Zwicker (Eds.), Evidence-based geriatric nursing protocols for best practice (4th ed.), (pp. 516-543). New York: Springer.
Fulmer, T., Cathcart, E., Glassman, K., Budin, W., Naegle, M., & Van Devanter, N. (2011). The attending nurse: An evolving model for integrating nursing education and practice. Open Nursing Journal, 5, 9-13. 10.2174/1874434601105010009, PMCID: PMC3109526, Epub 2011 Feb 24.
Naegle, M.A. (2011). Substance use disorders in registered professional nurses. In J.J. Fitzpatrick, & M.W. Kazer (Eds.), Encyclopedia of nursing research (3rd ed.), (pp. 497-500). New York: Springer.
Morrison, K.N. & Naegle, M.A. (2010). An evidence-based protocol for smoking cessation for persons with psychotic disorders. Journal of Addictions Nursing, 21, 79-86. 10.3109/10884602.2010.481505.
Naegle, M.A., Palmer-Erbs, V., Schroeder, S.A., & Stevens, G.L. (2010). Treating tobacco dependence in persons with mental illness: Identifying challenges and opportunities. Counseling Points: Breaking Barriers and Implementing Changes, 3, 3 parts.
Kalet, A., Gillespie, C., Naegle, M.A., & More, F. (2009). Attracting health professional students to substance abuse research. Medical Education, 43, 1094. 10.1111/j.1365-2923.2009.03479.x.
Naegle, M.A. (2008). Screening for alcohol use and misuse in older adults using the Short Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test - Geriatric Version. American Journal of Nursing, 108, 50-58. 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000339100.32362.d9.
Naegle, M.A. (2006). Competencies for nursing care of patients with substance related disorders. SMAD Electronic Journal of Mental Health, Alcohol and Drugs, 2, 1.
Straussner, S.L.A., Naegle, M.A., Gillespie, C., Wolkstein, E., Donath, R., & Azmitia, E.C. (2006). The SATOL project: An interdisciplinary model of technology transfer for research-to-practice in clinical supervision for addiction treatment. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 3 (3-4), 39-54. 10.1300/J394v03n03_04.
Naegle, M.A. (2005). Necessary leaps for addictions nursing education and practice. Journal of Addictions Nursing, 16, 161-162. 10.1080/10884600500434060 .
Naegle, M.A., Richardson, H., & Morton, K. (2004). Rehab instead of prison: Drug courts provide opportunities for nurse practitioners. American Journal of Nursing, 104, 58-61.
Naegle, M.A., Ng, A., Barron, C., & Lai, T.F.M. (2002). Alcohol and substance abuse. Western Journal of Medicine, 176, 259-263. PMCID: PMC1071746.
Naegle, M.A. (2002). Nursing education in the prevention and treatment of SUD. Substance Abuse, 23 (Suppl 1), 247-261. 10.1080/08897070209511519 .
Naegle, M.A., & Krainovich-Miller, B. (2001). Shaping the advanced practice psychiatric-mental health nursing role: A futuristic model. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 22, 461-482. 10.1080/01612840119731.