Publications

Link to a report on the quality of inpatient psychiatric facilities within Massachusetts: Shields_IPFQR_REPORT_9.14.17-PM_14

 PUBLICATIONS

  1. Shields, M.C., Reneau, H., Albert, S., Siegel, L., Trinh, N. Harms within inpatient psychiatric facilities in the United States: An analysis of news articles.  (2018) Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 1-7
  2. Shields, M.C., Borba, C., Trinh, N. (2017). Quality of Inpatient Psychiatric Care and Consumers’ Trust in the Mental Health Care System. Psychiatric Services, 68(6), pp. 642–643. LINK
  3. Stone, J. L., Aveling, E. L., Frean, M., Shields, M. C., Wright, C., Gino, F., … & Singer, S. J. (2017). Effective leadership of surgical teams: A mixed methods study of surgeon behaviors and functions. The Annals of Thoracic Surgery. LINK
  4. Shields, M.C. & Rosenthal, M. (2017) Quality of inpatient psychiatric care at VA, other government, non-profit, and for-profit hospitals: a comparison. Psychiatric Services, 68(3), 225-230 LINK
    • Shields, M. C., & Rosenthal, M. B. (2017). Measuring the Quality of VA Care: In Reply. Psychiatric Services, 68(3), 308-309. LINK
  5. DiGioia, K., Nair, M., Shields, M.C., Saini, V. (2016) Physicians and students take to the streets to ask: What do people want from their healthcare? A qualitative study. Journal of Patient Safety. (online ahead of print) LINK
  6. Shields, M. C., Matt, L. M., & Coifman, K. G. (2016). Physical activity and negative emotion during peer rejection: Evidence for emotion context sensitivity. Journal of Health Psychology21(12), 2851-2862 LINK
  7. Shields, M.C. (2015) The Murphy Bill: Ethical Considerations for Mental Health Care and its Consumers. Harvard Public Health Review.

CHAPTERS

  1. Bogen, K.W., Demers, J.M., Goldstein, C.M., Hogan, F., Orchowski, L.M., & Shields, M.C. (2018). Reflections on the campaign, election and presidency of Donald J. Trump from Survivors of sexual violence. Invited Chapter for L. Findley & M. Johnson (Eds). Trumpism: The Politics of Gender in a Post-Propitious America.  United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Press

UNDER REVIEW

  1. Shields, M.C., Scully, S., Borba, C., Trinh, N., Singer, S. J. Consumers’ suggestions for improving the mental healthcare system: options, autonomy, and respect revise/resubmit
  2. Shields, M.C. & Stewart, M. T. Patient Safety in Inpatient Psychiatry: The Next Frontier for Health Policy. Invited manuscript for Health Affairs. Stage: revise/resubmit
  3. Shields, M.C., Akobirshoev, I., Dembo, R., Mitra, M. Describing inpatient hospital utilization, cost, and principal diagnoses among those treated for self-injurious behavior; comparing persons with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder. under review
  4. Webster, K., Silverman, R., Shields, M.C., Harrop, E., Silverman, A., Lau, B. A review of health services research on LGBT individuals and where to go next. Invited article for the Journal of Medical Systems. under review

IN PROGRESS

  1. Shields, M.C. …et al. Are patents with a history of depression the canary in the coal mine? Stage: almost ready for submission 
  2. Shields, M.C. Quality of inpatient psychiatric care and the incomplete contract theory: The relationship among CMS’ IPFQR measures, complaints, and ownership. Stage: analysis 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS (not peer reviewed)

  1. Shields, M.C.  & Ne’eman, A. (2018). Expanding civil commitment is bad mental health policy. Health Affairs blog
  2. Shields, M.C. (2017). Two Complimentary Policy Windows to Improve Access and Quality of Eating Disorder Care. Health Affairs blog. LINK
  3. Shields, M.C., Reneau, H.*, Rosenthal, M.B. (2016) An urgent call for a national surveillance system for inpatient psychiatric facilities. Health Affairs blogLINK
  4. Shields, M. & Zeghibe, A.* (2016) Is Anyone Paying Attention? Harm and Death within Inpatient Psychiatric Facilities. Huffington Post *a mentee LINK
  5. Shields, M., (2014). Different Lenses, One Vision: Our Chapter Hosted a Successful Event to End Stigma – So Can Yours, Eye on Psi Chi; Psi Chi International Honor Society, 19(1), 21-23.   *Invited article. Published in both the quarterly and an anniversary edition LINK
  6. Shields, M. (2013). Processing Positive Emotional Stimuli Consciously and Non-Consciously: A Study of Behavior and Peripheral Physiology. Prep Journal.  LINK

POLICY REPORTS & BRIEFS

  1. Garnick, D., Horgan, C., Lee, M., Azur, M., Thomas, C., Henry, B., Shields, M., Natzke, B. Potential Quality Measures for Medicaid Beneficiaries with Substance Use Disorders. A report submitted to the Division of Quality and Health Outcomes, Children and Adults Health Programs Group, Center for Medicaid and Chip Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
  2. Shields, M.C. (2017) Massachusetts’ Quality of Inpatient Psychiatric Facilities: An Analysis of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid’s Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Quality Reporting Program and Recommendations to the State of Massachusetts and CMS.  LINK to working report
  3. Variation in states’ critical incident monitoring systems for 1915c waiver services: comparing policies against waiver applications. (2017) A report for the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disability Services (NASDDDS) to be shared with the states

REFEREED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  1. Shields, M.C., Singer, J., Rosenthal, M.B., Sato, L., Keohane, C., Janes, M., Boulanger, J., Martins, N., Rabson, B. Patient Engagement Activities and Patient Experience: Are patients with a history of depression the canary in the coal mine? (June, 2018). Oral presentation to the Massachusetts Health Quality Partners’ Physician Council, Massachusetts Medical Society, Waltham, Massachusetts
  2. Shields, M.C., Singer, J., Rosenthal, M.B., Sato, L., Keohane, C., Janes, M., Boulanger, J., Martins, N., Rabson, B. Patient Engagement Activities and Patient Experience: Are patients with a history of depression the canary in the coal mine? (June, 2018). Oral presentation to the Massachusetts Health Quality Partners’ Health Plan Council, Wellesley, Massachusetts
  3. Shields, M.C. Patient Safety in Inpatient Psychiatry: The Next Frontier for Health Policy (2018, April). Oral presentation for Health Affairs, Washington D.C.
  4. Shields, M.C. Borba, C., Trinh, N., Singer, S. Consumers’ Past Experiences of Inpatient Psychiatry and Opinions about Peers As Staff (2018, June). Poster accepted at the Academy Health’s Research Meeting, SeattleWashington
  5. Shields, M.C. Borba, C., Trinh, N., Singer, S. Consumers’ Past Experiences of Inpatient Psychiatry and Opinions about Peers As Staff (2018, June). Poster accepted at the Academy Health’s Behavioral Health Services Research Interest Group, SeattleWashington
  6. Shields, M.C. Ilhom, A., Dembo, R., Mitra, M. Self-Injurious Behavior Among Adults with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder: Comparing Differences in Hospital Admissions, Lengths of Stay, and Costs (2018, June). Poster accepted at the Academy Health’s Research Meeting, SeattleWashington
  7. Shields, M.C. Ilhom, A., Dembo, R., Mitra, M. Self-Injurious Behavior Among Adults with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder: Comparing Differences in Hospital Admissions, Lengths of Stay, and Costs (2018, June). Poster accepted at the Academy Health’s Behavioral Health Services Research Interest Group, SeattleWashington
  8. Shields, M.C. Quality of Inpatient Psychiatric Care: The Relationship Among CMS’ Quality Measures, Complaints, and Ownership (2018, June). Poster accepted at the Academy Health’s Research Meeting, SeattleWashington
  9. Shields, M.C. Quality of Inpatient Psychiatric Care: The Relationship Among CMS’ Quality Measures, Complaints, and Ownership (2018, June). Poster accepted at the Academy Health’s Behavioral Health Services Research Interest Group, SeattleWashington
  10. Shields, M.C., Scully, S., Borba, C., Singer, S., Trinh, N. Consumers’ Suggestions for Improving the Mental Healthcare System: Options, Autonomy, Respect (2017, June). Poster presented at the Academy Health’s Behavioral Health Services Research Interest Group, New OrleansLouisiana.
  11. Shields, M.C. & Rosenthal., M., Hospital Ownership Predicts Quality of Inpatient Psychiatric Care. Poster presented at the Academy Health’s Research Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts.
  12. Stone, J., Gino, F., Aveline, E., Shields, M.C., Sundt, T., Singer., S. (2016) Surgeon Leadership in the Operating Room: What Behaviors Best Support Surgical Teamwork? Poster presented at the Southern Thoracic Surgical Association 63rd Annual Meeting, Naples, Florida.
  13. Shields, M.C., Borba, C., Singer, S., Trinh, N. Quality of Inpatient Psychiatric Care Predicts Consumers’ Trust in the Mental Health Care System (2016, March). Poster presented at the Harvard School of Public Health Poster Day, Boston, Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusettes.
  14. Shields, M.C., Borba, C., Singer, S., Trinh, N. Quality of Inpatient Psychiatric Care Predicts Consumers’ Trust in the Mental Health Care System (2016, March). Poster presented at the 4th Annual MGH Public and Community Psychiatry Symposium, Boston, Massachusetts.
  15. Shields, M. Kerns, K. & Claxton, S. & van Dulmen, M. & Spitznagel, M.B. Pathways to Adolescent Depression: A Longitudinal Study of Behavioral, Neurocognitive, and Peer Relationship Predictors (2014, November). Poster presented at the Harvard School of Public Health Poster Day, Boston, Massachusetts.
  16. Shields, M. & Fulcher, K. K. & Karanouh-Schuler, E. & Myerscough, C. & Gunstad, J. & Spitznagel, M.B. Physical Activity Level Predicts Reaction Time in Lean, not Obese, Individuals (2014, April). Poster presented at the Undergraduate Student Symposium on Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity, Kent, Ohio.
  17. Shields, M. & Fulcher, K. K. & Karanouh-Schuler, E. & Myerscough, C. & Gunstad, J. & Spitznagel, M.B. Physical Activity Level Predicts Reaction Time in Lean, not Obese, Individuals (2014, February). Poster presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Seattle, Washington.
  18. Matt, L.M., McKinney, R.A., Shields, M., Gorfido, A., Strasshofer, D.R., Bishop, M., & Coifman, K.G. The Stability of Negative Affect Differentiation in Emotional Disorders Across Contexts (2014, February). Poster presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, California.
  19. Calvo, D. & Galioto, R. & Fulcher, K.K. & Shields, M. & Gunstad, J. & Spitznagel, M.B. Is Uncontrolled Eating Related to Poorer Inhibitory Control? (2014, February). Poster presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Seattle, Washington.
  20. Shields, M. Processing Positive Emotional Stimuli Consciously and Non-Consciously: A Study of Behavior and Peripheral Physiology (2013, July). Presented orally at the 2013 Psychology Research Experience Program Symposium, University of Wisconsin – Madison.
  21. Shields, M. & Halachoff, D. & Coifman, K. Exercise Activity as a Predictor of Emotion Regulatory Processes (2013, May). Poster presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington D.C.
  22. Shields, M. & Fulcher, K. K. & Gunstad, J. & Gregory, C. & Spitznagel, M. B. Running Performance in Police Academy Cadets Predicts Executive Functioning (2013, May). Poster presented at the 2013 Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois.
  23. Shields, M. & Fulcher, K. K. & Gunstad, J. & Gregory, C. & Spitznagel, M. B. Running Performance in Police Academy Cadets Predicts Executive Functioning (2013, May). Poster presented at the Kent State University Graduate Symposium, 2013, Kent, Ohio.
  24. Fulcher, K. K. & Shields, M. & Gunstad, J. & Gregory, C. & Spitznagel, M.B. Heart Rate Variability During Mental Stress Predicts Emotion Recognition (2013, May). Poster presented at Midwestern Psychological Association 2013, Chicago, Illinois.
  25. Shields, M., Spitznagel, M.B., Kerns, K. Over-Inhibition and Attention Deficits Predict Peer-Rejection and Adolescent Depression (2013, April). Presented orally at the Ohio Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference at Miami University, Miami, Ohio.
  26. Shields, M. & Fulcher, K. K. & Gunstad, J. & Gregory, C. & Spitznagel, M. B. Running Performance in Police Academy Cadets Predicts Executive Functioning (2013, April). Poster presented at Kent State University Undergraduate Research Day 2013, Kent, Ohio.
  27. Shields, M. & Knecht, K. & Spitnagel, M. B. (2012, April). Cognitive Function as a Predictor of Police Academy Performance. Poster presented at the Kent State University Undergraduate Research Day 2012, Kent, Ohio.
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