Title/Position: Assistant ProfessorProfile:
Martin Schiavenato, PhD, RN
University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies
Telephone: (305) 284-6379
PhD in Nursing, Innovative Technology, University of Central Florida, 2007
MS in Sociology, Florida State University, 1997
BSN in Nursing, Florida State University, 1996
BS, in Sociology, Florida State University, 1992
Honors and Awards
Academy of Medicine Nursing Award, Rochester Academy of Medicine, 2010
Nurse Faculty Scholar, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 2009
Promising New Investigator Award, University of Rochester School of Nursing, 2009
Mayday Fellow, International Trainee in the Pain in Child Health, PICH, Training Initiative, from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), 2007, 2008
Book of the Year Award, American Journal of Nursing. Editor of The Art of Becoming a Nurse healer by Beverly Hall PhD, RN, FA, 2005.
Graduate Merit Fellowship, university of Central Florida, 2004.
Schiavenato, M., & Scovanner, P. A computer based point-pair system for measuring movement in facial expression based on video from a natural/clinical context [Poster]. Proceedings from Measuring Behavior 2008; August 26-29, 2008; Maastricht, the Netherlands.
Schiavenato, M., Butler-O’Hara, M., & Scovanner, P. Exploring differences in newborn facial expression to male circumcision without analgesia vs. heel-stick [Poster]. Proceedings from the 12th World Congress on Pain; August 17-22, 2008; Glasgow, Scotland.
Schiavenato, M. Developing the Pediatric Images Computer Simulation Pain Scale (PICS) [Speaker]. Pain In Child Health (PICH) Web Seminar; June 20, 2008; Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Local and Regional Presentations
Schiavenato, M. Procedures in the NICU infant: Is there a best time for a scheduled intervention? [Invited, Podium]. The 8th Annual Neonatal Nursing Symposium; The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, May 19, 2011; Philadelphia, PA.
Schiavenato, M. Gathering the evidence basing the practice: Behind the scenes in clinical research. [Invited, Podium] . University of Michigan School of Nursing, September 16, 2010; broadcast teleconference.
Schiavenato, M. Innovative technologies in health research: Seizing opportunity. [Invited, Podium]. Florida International University College of Nursing and Health Sciences, August 16, 2010; Miami, FL.
Schiavenato, M. Assessing pain in vulnerable populations: When they can’t tell you it hurts. [Invited, Podium]. NINR Pain Boot Camp, July 20, 2010; National Institutes of Health, Washington D.C.
Schiavenato, M. Constructing the Procedure Load Index (PLI): Keeping tabs on procedural distress. [Podium]. Neonatology Clinical Research Seminar, March 17, 2010; University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, NY.
Zuk, N.J., Seidman, S.H., Carney, L.H., Schiavenato, M. Pain Assessment of Neonates Using an Automated Signal Analysis Device. [Poster]. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Fall Scientific Meeting; October 7-10, 2009, Pittsburgh, PA.
Antos, S., Bell, F., Freedman, B., Kozak, A., Kroot, T., Ross, K., Sternfield, B., Carney, L., Schiavenato, M. Defining and Measuring Procedure Load Index Values for Premature Infants. [Poster]. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Fall Scientific Meeting; October 7-10, 2009, Pittsburgh, PA.
Schiavenato, M. Neonatal pain assessment: Facial expression and machine behavioral monitoring. [Podium]. Neonatology Clinical Research Seminar; November 5, 2007; University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, NY.
Schiavenato, M. Measuring facial expression of pain in the newborn infant. [Podium]. Graduate Seminar Series in Computer Science. Harris Center, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.
Schiavenato, M. Validity evaluation of the Oucher Scale: Hispanic and African-American versions. [Abstract]. The Southern Nursing Research Society 2006 Conference, Memphis, TN.
Schiavenato, M., Eberstein I. Marriage and Pregnancy Outcome: Race/Ethnic Differentials. [Podium]. Southern Demographic Association, October 1997, Orlando, FL.
Schiavenato M., Butler-O’Hara M., Scovanner P. (2011). Exploring the association of pain intensity and facial display in term newborns. Pain Research and Management, 16(1), 10-12.
Schiavenato, M. (2010). Schiavenato, M., & Craig, K. D. Pain assessment as a social transaction: Beyond the “gold standard”. The Clinical Journal of Pain, 26(8), 667-676.
Schiavenato, M. (2009). Superhero-related dangers, related. Annals of Improbable Research, 15(4), 3.
Schiavenato, M. (2009). Reevaluating simulation in nursing education: beyond the human patient simulator. Journal of Nursing Education, 48(7), 388-394. .
Schiavenato, M. (2009). Bezonian Rhapsody. Turtlequill Journal of Literary Arts, Spring.
Schiavenato, M., Byers, J. F., Scovanner, P., McMahon, J. M., Xia, Y., Lu, N., et al. (2008). Neonatal pain facial expression: Evaluating the primal face of pain. Pain, 138(2), 460-471.
Schiavenato, M. (2008). Facial expression and pain assessment in the pediatric patient: The Primal Face of Pain. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, 13, (2).
Schiavenato, M., Byers, J., Scovanner, P., Windyga, P., Shah, M. (2007). Is there a primal face of pain? A methodology answer. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference Proceedings, 2007, 3559.
Schiavenato, M. (2006). Technology Brief: Digital Pen and Paper: A review of the technology and its potential application in healthcare. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI), 10, (1).
Schiavenato, M. (2005). What type of dress code do other emergency departments require? answer 8. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 31(5), 482-482.
Schiavenato, M. (1997). The Hispanic elderly: Implications for nursing care. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, June.
Schiavenato, M. (1995). The gray: Thoughts on social inquiry. Journal of Creative Social Discourse. Issue 1.
Schiavenato, M. and Jackson, R. (2004). Martin’s Quick-E Charting: Documentation & Medical Terminology. Orlando Bandido Books.
Schiavenato, M. (2003). Martin’s Quick-E Peds: Pediatric Nursing Clinical Reference.. 2nd Ed. Orlando Bandido Books.
Schiavenato, M. (2003). Martin’s Quick-E Spanish Guide: Clinical Nursing Reference. 2nd Ed. Orlando Bandido Books.
Schiavenato, M. (2002). Martin’s Quick-E Critical Care: Clinical Nursing Reference. 2nd Ed. Orlando Bandido Books.
Schiavenato, M. (2002). Martin’s Quick-E E.R. :Emergency Nursing Clinical Reference. 2nd Ed. Orlando Bandido Books.
Schiavenato, M. (2002). Martin’s Quick-E Med-Surg: Clinical Nursing Reference. 2nd Ed. Orlando Bandido Books.
Schiavenato, M. (2000). Martin’s Quick-E O.B.: Obstetric Clinical Nursing Reference. Orlando Bandido Books.
Schiavenato, M. (2000). Martin’s Quick-E I.V.: Intravenous Clinical Nursing Reference. Orlando Bandido Books.