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Jennifer J. Shiroff, PhD, RN, APN-C

Contact Dr. Shiroff

130 South Ninth Street
Edison Building, Suite 754
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-3420
(215) 955-5674 fax

Education

PhD, Medical College of South Carolina- 2015
MSN, University of San Diego- 2002
BSN, Rutgers University- 1998

Certifications

Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner- PA
Certified Advance Practice Nurse- NJ
Certified Nurse Practitioner- CA
ANCC Certified- Family Nurse Practitioner

University Appointment

Assistant Professor

Research & Clinical Interests

Genetics
Recessive Carrier Testing
Women's Health
Prenatal/Preconception Periods
Clinical Utility

Professional Organizations

International Society of Nurses in Genetics
Association of Women's health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses
American Association of Nurse Practitioners
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing

Presentations

Shiroff, J., Gregoski, M., Nemeth, L., & Librizzi, R. (2015). Patient Perspectives of Recessive Carrier Testing With Universal Carrier Panels in the Preconception and Prenatal Periods. Abstract Presentation, International Society of Nurses in Genetics, 2015 World Congress, Epigenetics Across the Lifespan. Pittsburg, PA

Shiroff, J., Riddle, J., Flavin, S., & Holtzclaw Williams, P. (2014). Symposium: Clinical Utility of Genetic Testing: Frontiers of Nursing Research. Patient Perspectives of Genetic Testing in Preconception and Prenatal Periods Inform Clinical Utility. 28th Annual Conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society. San Antonio, TX

Gilden, G., Mueller, M., Sprull, Nemeth, L., & Dumas, B. (2014). Strategies to enhance student satisfaction and scholarly production in an online PhD in Nursing program. Student Contributors: Shiroff, J., Riddle, J., Nichols, M., & Johnson, M.  28th Annual Conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society. San Antonio, TX

Shiroff, J., & Grogoski, M. (2013). Patient perspectives of genetic testing in the preconception and prenatal periods through content analysis of internet chat room and blog sources. Poster presentation, 3rd Annual Student Research day, medical University of South Carolina College of Nursing, Charleston, SC. 

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