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Jeannine Blake, PhD, RN

EMCNEI Postdoctoral Fellow
Postdoctoral Researcher

BIO

Jeannine Blake is a nurse scientist with a background in biochemistry and critical care nursing. She received her PhD in 2022 from the Elaine Marieb College of Nursing at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and is now a Post-Doctoral Research fellow in the Elaine Marieb Center for Nursing and Engineering Innovation and the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. The mission of Jeannine’s work is to improve patient outcomes and nursing workflow by disrupting the status quo using innovative research methods and device development strategies. Jeannine’s program of research focuses on the safety of intravenous smart pumps through study of fluid flow accuracy and usability.

Center-Related Publications

The Use of Eye-tracking Technology to Measure Cognitive-Behavioral Processes During IV Medication Administration

Blake, J. W., Lee, S., Georgadarellis, G. L., White, K., Roberts, S.C., Sup IV, F.C., Giuliano, K. K. (2024).The Use of Eye-tracking Technology to Measure Cognitive-Behavioral Processes During IV Medication Administration, ASPIRE - the HFES International Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ.

A qualitative analysis of intravenous smart pump usability

Blake, J. W., Fiske, S. M., & Giuliano, K. K. (2022). A qualitative analysis of intravenous smart pump usability. Nursing Open.

Intravenous Smart Infusion Pump Safety and Flow Rate Accuracy

Blake, J. (2022). Intravenous Smart Infusion Pump Safety and Flow Rate Accuracy. Doctoral dissertation. Elaine Marieb College of Nursing, University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Nurse and pharmacist knowledge of intravenous smart pump system setup requirements

Giuliano, K. K., & Blake, J. W. (2021). Nurse and pharmacist knowledge of intravenous smart pump system setup requirements. Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology55(1), 51-58.

Extending tubing to place intravenous smart pumps outside of patient rooms during COVID-19: an innovation that increases medication dead volume and risk to patients

Blake, J. W., Giuliano, K. K., Butterfield, R. D., Vanderveen, T., & Sims, N. M. (2021). Extending tubing to place intravenous smart pumps outside of patient rooms during COVID-19: an innovation that increases medication dead volume and risk to patients. BMJ Innovations7(2).

Secondary medication administration and IV smart pump setup.

Giuliano, K. K., Blake, J. W., & Butterfield, R. (2021). Secondary medication administration and IV smart pump setup. AJN The American Journal of Nursing121(8), 46-50.

Flow accuracy of IV smart pumps outside of patient rooms during COVID-19

Blake, J. W., Giuliano, K. K., & Harrington, L. (2020). Flow accuracy of IV smart pumps outside of patient rooms during COVID-19. AACN advanced critical care, 31(4), 357-363.

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