Sunny G. Hallowell, PhD, PPCNP-BC, IBCLC Sunny G. Hallowell, PhD, PPCNP-BC, IBCLC, is a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner in the Division of Neonatology at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Locations: CHOP Newborn Care at Pennsylvania Hospital Appointments and Referrals: 1-800-TRY-CHOP (1-800-879-2467) Education and Training FellowshipCenter for Health Outcomes and Policy Research, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, Philadelphia, PA Additional TrainingTeaching Certificate - University of Pennsylvania, Center for Teaching and Learning, Philadelphia, PA Board CertificationBoard Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (ANCC)Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS)Certified Registered Nurse PractitionerInternational Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC)Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP)Registered NurseUndergraduate DegreeBSN - University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada BSc in Environmental Science/Biology - University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada Graduate DegreePhD – University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, Philadelphia, PA MSN in Nursing - University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, Philadelphia, PA Titles and Academic Titles Neonatal Nurse PractitionerAssistant Professor, Villanova University, College of Nursing. Departments and Services Division of Neonatology Research Interests Breastfeeding Neonatal intensive care Pediatric and perinatal outcomes Nursing workforce, staffing and work environments Publications Papers2016 Darcy Mahoney A, Zauche LH, Hallowell S, Weldon A, Stapel-Wax J. Leveraging the Skills of Nurses and the Power of Language Nutrition to Ensure a Better Future for Children. Adv Neonatal Care. 2017 Feb;17(1):45-52. Hallowell SG, Froh EB, Spatz DL; Expert Panel on Breastfeeding of the American Academy of Nursing. Human milk and breastfeeding: An intervention to mitigate toxic stress. Nurs Outlook. 2017 Jan - Feb;65(1):58-67. Epub 2016 Jul 14. Hatfield LA, Kutney Lee A, Hallowell SG, Del Guidice M, Ellis LN, Verical L, Aiken LH. Fostering Clinical Nurse Research in a Hospital Context. J Nurs Adm. 2016 Oct;46(10 Suppl):S49-S53. 2015 Hallowell SG, Rogowski JA, Spatz DL, Hanlon AL, Kenny M, Lake ET. Factors associated with infant feeding of human milk at discharge from neonatal intensive care: Cross-sectional analysis of nurse survey and infant outcomes data. Int J Nurs Stud. 2016 Jan;53:190-203. Epub 2015 Oct 9. Lake ET, Hallowell SG, Kutney-Lee A, Hatfield LA, Del Guidice M, Boxer BA, Ellis LN, Verica L, Aiken LH. Higher Quality of Care and Patient Safety Associated With Better NICU Work Environments. J Nurs Care Qual. 2016 Jan-Mar;31(1):24-32. Hallowell SG, Medoff-Cooper B. Strengthening Israel's neonatal intensive care nursing workforce. Isr J Health Policy Res. 2015 May 15;4:24. Froh EB, Hallowell S, Spatz DL. The use of technologies to support human milk & breastfeeding. J Pediatr Nurs. 2015 May-Jun;30(3):521-3. Epub 2015 Feb 7. 2014 Hallowell SG, Spatz DL, Hanlon AL, Rogowski JA, Lake ET. Characteristics of the NICU work environment associated with breastfeeding support. Adv Neonatal Care. 2014 Aug;14(4):290-300. Posters and Presentations2016 Hallowell, S.G., Lake, E.T (2016), How Nurse Work Environments Relate to the Presence of Parents in Neonatal Intensive Care. National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners - Pennsylvania Delaware Valley Chapter – Fall Conference; [poster] Valley Forge Casino/Radisson Hotel, PA. November, 2016. Hallowell, S. G. and Cassidy B.L.(2016). Pediatric Special Interest Groups Lecture, Title: TBD. Pennsylvania Coalition of Nursing Practitioners Conference [Invited Lecture]. Poconos, PA. November, 2016. Hallowell, S.G. (2016), Alaskan Native Medical Center. Breastfeeding: An Evidence-Based Intervention to Mitigate Toxic Stress? [Invited lecture]. Anchorage AK. July 21, 2016. Hallowell, S.G. and Lake, E.T. (2016). AcademyHealth 2016. How Nurse Work Environments Relate to the Presence of Parents in Neonatal Intensive Care. Two presentations: Annual Research Meeting and Interdisciplinary Research Group on Nursing Issues Interest Group; [poster] Boston, MA, June, 2016. Hallowell, S.G. (2016). 2016 Teaching and Learning Strategies Symposium. Villanova Institute for Teaching and Learning. Teaching Millenials – The 5R’s Strategies. [Seminar presentation]. April, 2016. Hallowell, S.G. (2016). Healthy Work environments - Happier nurses: A Glimpse of Nurse Burnout within Neonatal Intensive Care Units. Eastern Nursing Research Society. [Paper]. Pittsburgh, PA. April 14, 2016. Hallowell, S.G. (2016). The Associations Between the Work Environment, Nursing Care and Human Milk Use for Very Low Birth Weight Infants Discharged from Neonatal Intensive Care. Eastern Nursing Research Society. [Paper]. Pittsburgh, PA. April 14, 2016. Selected as a Finalist for Best Peer Reviewed Paper 2016. 2015 Hallowell, S.G. (2015). Factors Associated with Breastfeeding Support & Human Milk at Discharge from Neonatal Intensive Care. Emerging Scholars Forum. University of Toronto. [Invited Lecture]. Toronto, Canada. October 26, 2015. Hallowell, S.G. (2015). The Great Infant Imposter-Unmasking the Late Preterm Infant. University College of London, Institute of Global Health. [Invited Lecture]. London, England. July 30, 2015. Hallowell, S.G. & Kutney-Lee, A. (2015). Nurse Job Outcomes in Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU): The Importance of the Work Environment. Two presentations: Annual Research Meeting and Interdisciplinary Research Group on Nursing Issues Interest Group; [poster] Minneapolis, MN, June 2015. Hallowell, S.G., Spatz, D.L., Hanlon, A.L., Rogowski, J.A., Lake, E.T. (2014). Response to the Call to Action: A National Picture of Breastfeeding Support Provided in Neonatal Intensive Care. Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses- AWHONN (June 14-18, 2014); [paper]. Orlando, FL, June, 2014. Lake, E.T., Hallowell, S.G., Kutney-Lee, A., Hatfield, L.A., DelGuidice, M., Ellis, L.N., Verica, L., Aiken, L.H. (2014). Higher Quality of Care and Patient Safety Associated with Better NICU Work Environments. AcademyHealth 2014 Annual Research Meeting and Child Health Services Interest Group; [poster] San Diego, CA, June, 2014. Lake, E.T., Hallowell, S.G., Kutney-Lee, A., Hatfield, L.A., DelGuidice, M., Ellis, L.N., Verica, L., Aiken, L.H. (2014). Higher Quality of Care and Patient Safety Associated with Better NICU Work Environments. 17th Annual Neonatal Advanced Practice Nursing Forum; [poster]. Washington, DC, June, 2014. Awards and Honors 2016, Fostering the Optimal Contribution of Nurses to Parental Engagement in Neonatal Intensive Care grant award, Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nursing 2016, Patient Information Networking Group. Philadelphia Social Innovations Lab, Spring 2016 Nursing and Community Health Innovation Competition. 2008, University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing Teaching Excellence Gold Star, Division of Family and Community Nursing 2002, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario, Grace Evelyn Simpson Reeves Award for Excellence in Staff Nursing, Multi-Organ Transplant Nursing Team Editorial and Academic Positions Journal/Book Reviewer 2016, Elsevier Publishers 2016, BMJ Open 2015, Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing 2015, Burns, Pediatric Primary Care SIXTH Edition Leadership and Memberships 2015-2016, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners – Pennsylvania Delaware Valley Chapter, President 2014, American Nurses Association 2014, Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science 2011, AcademyHealth 2011, International Lactation Consultant Association (ILCA) 2011, Eastern Nursing Research Society (ENRS) 2010, Academy of Neonatal Nursing 2010, Association of Women’s Obstetric Health and Neonatal Nurses (AWOHNN) 2005, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) 2005, Society of Pediatric Nurses (SPN) 2004, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Patient Experience Ratings About the Patient Experience Rating System The Patient Experience Rating is an average of all responses to the care provider related questions shown below from our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Patients that are treated in outpatient or hospital environments may receive different surveys, and the volume of responses will vary by question. Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score. The comments are submitted by patients and families and reflect their views and opinions. The comments are not endorsed by and do not reflect the views of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.