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Amy Witkoski Stimpfel,

PhD, RN
Assistant Professor
433 First Avenue Room 658
New York, NY 10010
Phone: 
212-992-9387
Fax: 
212-995-3143
Email: 
as8078@nyu.edu
Areas of Specialization 

health services research, nurse work hours, occupational health, patient safety & quality of care outcomes, nursing workforce

Education 
University of Pennsylvania, 2011, PhD
University of Pennsylvania, 2009, MS
Villanova University, 2006, BSN
Professional Overview 
Amy Witkoski Stimpfel, PhD, RN joined the Rory Meyers College of Nursing as an assistant professor in 2013, following a T-32 post-doctoral fellowship in the Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Witkoski Stimpfel's research is focused on identifying modifiable conditions in nurses’ work environment that influence nurse well-being, such as occupational injuries and burnout, and clinical outcomes, such as quality of care and patient satisfaction. Her scholarship uses theories and methodologies from health services research, occupational health and safety, sleep/chronobiology, and nursing. Dr. Witkoski Stimpfel is currently the Co-Program Director of the NIOSH-funded doctoral training program in Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing.
Honors and Awards 
2011, T32 Post-doctoral fellowship, National Institute of Nursing Research
2009, T01 Pre-doctoral fellowship, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
2006, Cum laude graduate, Villanova University
2005, Inducted into Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society
2005, Connelly-Delouvrier Scholarship for International Nursing in Ireland
Licensure 
RN, Pennsylvania
RN, New York
Professional Membership 
Academy Health
American Nurses Association
American Organization of Nurse Executives
Eastern Nursing Research Society
Sigma Theta Tau International
Sleep Research Society
Teaching 

Undergraduate program

Clinical Practice / Clinical Interests 

Adult neurology/neurosurgery

Publications
Witkoski Stimpfel, A., Rosen, J., & McHugh, M.D. (2014). Understanding the role of the professional practice environment on quality of care in Magnet and non-Magnet hospitals. . Journal of Nursing Administration, 44, 10-16. 10.1097/NNA.0000000000000015.
Witkoski Stimpfel, A., & Aiken, L.H. (2013). Hospital staff nurses' shift length associated with safety and quality of care.. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 28, 122-129. 10.1097/NCQ.0b013e3182725f09.
Witkoski Stimpfel, A., & Aiken, L.H. (2013). Hospital staff nurses' shift length associated with safety and quality of care.. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 28, 122-129. 10.1097/NCQ.0b013e3182725f09.
Witkoski Stimpfel, A., Lake, E., Barton, S., Chavanu Gorman, K., & Aiken, L.H. (2013). How differing shift lengths relate to quality outcomes in pediatrics.. Journal of Nursing Administration, 43, 95-100. 10.1097/NNA.0b013e31827f2244.
Witkoski Stimpfel, A., Lake, E., Barton, S., Chavanu Gorman, K., & Aiken, L.H. (2013). How differing shift lengths relate to quality outcomes in pediatrics.. Journal of Nursing Administration, 43, 95-100. 10.1097/NNA.0b013e31827f2244.
McHugh, M. D. & Witkoski Stimpfel, A. (2012). Nurse reported quality of care: A measure of hospital quality. Research in Nursing and Health, 35, 566-575. 10.1002/nur.21503.
McHugh, M. D. & Witkoski Stimpfel, A. (2012). Nurse reported quality of care: A measure of hospital quality. . Research in Nursing and Health, 35, 566-575. 10.1002/nur.21503.
Witkoski, A. & Dickson, V.V. (2010). Hospital staff nurses work hours, meal periods and rest breaks: A review from an occupational health nurse perspective. . AAOHN Journal, 58, 489-499. 10.3928/08910162-20101027-02.
Witkoski, A. & Dickson, V.V. (2010). Hospital staff nurses' work hours, meal periods, and rest breaks. A review from an occupational health nurse perspective.. American Association of Occupational Health Nursing Journal, 58, 489-499. 10.3928/08910162-20101027-02.
Witkoski Stimpfel, A., Sloane, D.M., & Aiken, L.H. The longer the shifts for hospital nurses, the higher the levels of burnout and patient dissatisfaction.. Health Affairs, 31, 2501-2509. 10.1377/hlthaff.2011.1377.