Adjunct Assistant Professor Department of Family and Community Medicine – Assistant Professor College of Nursing University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Jeana Holt is a nurse scientist and family nurse practitioner. She is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Medical College of Wisconsin and Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Dr. Holt's expertise is in implementation science methods to plan and evaluate clinicians' uptake of evidence-based healthcare interventions. Jeana was formerly a primary care research fellow at the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Medical College of Wisconsin. During her fellowship, she explored how consumer informatics tools that integrate patient's life circumstances, goals, supports, risks, and care preferences into their electronic health record for point-of-care discussions influence patient-provider communication and patient activation. Dr. Holt has a particular interest in evaluating how to best empower diverse patients through digital health tools within the context of existing systems of care. As part of her leadership activities, Dr. Holt is on the Omaha System and the Metro Milwaukee Nurse Practitioners Boards of Directors.
I am an avid runner who qualified for and ran the Boston Marathon through sheer grit and a little bit of luck.
Impact of Pre-visit Contextual Data Collection on Patient-Physician Communication and Patient Activation: a Randomized TrialPublished by Jeana Holt, Rachel Cusatis, Onur Asan, Melek Somai, Bradley Crotty in Journal of General Internal Medicine on February, 2021patient contextual data
- by Jeana Holt, Aaron Winn, Bradley Crotty, Rachel Cusatis in Western Journal of Nursing Research on October, 2020
The Impact of Previsit Contextual Data Collection on Patient-Provider Communication and Patient Activation: Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled TrialPublished by Jeana Holt, Rachel Cusatis, Bradley Crotty, Melek Somai, Aaron Winn, Onur Asan in JMIR Research Protocols on September, 2020patient contextual data
Qualitative Assessment of Unmet Information Management Needs of Informal Cancer Caregivers: Four Themes to Inform Oncology PracticePublished by Bradley Crotty, Onur Asan, Jeana Holt in JCO Clinical Cancer Informatics on September, 2020
The impact of patient-generated contextual data on communication in clinical practice: A qualitative assessment of patient and clinician perspectivesPublished by Rachel Cusatis, Jeana Holt, Onur Asan, Bradley Crotty in Patient Education and Counseling on April, 2020patient contextual data
Incorporating patient-generated contextual data into care: Clinician perspectives using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation SciencePublished by Jeana Holt, Rachel Cusatis, Onur Asan, Bradley Crotty in Healthcare on March, 2020patient contextual data