Judith E. Hupcey, Ed.D., CRNP, FAAN

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Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Research
Professor of Nursing
Professor of Medicine, College of Medicine

Contact Information

90 Hope Drive
Hershey PA 17033

717-531-4211

(fax) 717-531-5339

jhupcey@psu.edu

Education

National Research Service Award Postdoctoral Fellow (F32), The Pennsylvania State University
Ed.D. Columbia University Teachers College, Nursing Education
M.Ed. Columbia University Teachers College, Nursing Education
M.S., Columbia University School of Nursing, Adult Nurse Practitioner
B.S., Columbia University School of Nursing, Nursing

Research Interests

Foci

  • Palliative care and heart disease/critical care
  • Family support/caregivers
  • Qualitative methodology
  • Concept advancement/analysis

Current Funded Research Projects

Palliative care algorithms for heart failure dyads: One-year versus two-year predicted survival. NIH/NINR (5R01NR013419-01), 2011–2016. J. E. Hupcey (PI), L. Kitko (Co-PI), J. Boehmer (Co-I), and M. Kreher (Co-I).

Dyadic symptom management in moderate to severe heart failure. NIH/NINR (1R03NR014524–01A1), 5/1/2014–4/30/2016. H. Buck (PI) and J. Hupcey (Co-I).

Transitioning to the terminal phase of heart failure with an LVAD-DT in place. AHA Great Rivers Affiliate (14BGIA18980022), 1/1/14–06/30/16. L. Kitko (PI), J. Hupcey (Co-I).

 

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Honors

2012

  • Inducted as Fellow, American Academy of Nursing
  • Nursing Scholarship and Research Award, Nursing Education Alumni Association, Columbia University Teachers College
  • Suzanne Feetham Nurse Scientist Family Research Award, Eastern Nursing Research Society

2011

  • Inducted into Hall of Fame, Nursing Education Alumni Association, Columbia University Teachers College
  • Mentor Recognition, Eastern Nursing Research Society

1999

  • Research Abstract Award, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

1988

  • Inducted into Honor Society for Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International

1987

  • May Ayers Burgess Endowed Nursing Scholarship, Columbia University Teachers College

Center Affiliations

  • Center for Health Care and Policy Research
  • Center for Healthy Aging