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Anne DeBattista, NP

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Specialties

Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

Work and Education

Professional Education

PhD, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 2014

MS, PNP, UCSF School Of Nursing, San Francisco, CA, 1997

BSN, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA, 1983

Board Certifications

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner PNCB 2008

Pediatric Mental Health Specialist PNCB 2011

Research Interests

Factors that influence developmental outcomes of prematurely born children

Outcomes of treatment approaches in neonatal care

Developmental and Behavioral Pediatric disorders and delays

Honors and Award

Rob Slaughter Outstanding Scholarship Award UCSF 2013

Graduate Deans Fellowship Award, UCSF 2009-2013

Publications

DeBattista AM, Bauer NS, Nielsen BA, Ruch-Ross HS, Paul L, Roizen NJ, Bridgemohan C. Developmental-Behavioral Pediatric(DBP) Workforce: Practice Similarities and Differences of NP and MD Professionals. Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Annual ,Meeting Savannah, September 2016, 1220

DeBattista, Huffman, Kennedy, Alkon, Cooper, Weiss (2016) Adaptive Behavior Trajectories in Children Born Prematurely: The Influence of Biologic and Social Risk Factors over the First Few Years of Life 4(2): 1101. https://www.jscimedcentral.com/Pediatrics/pediatrics-4-1101.pdf

Bridgemohan C, Bauer NS, Nielsen BA, DeBattista AM, Ruch-Ross HS, Paul L, Roizen NJ. Gender variation & high levels of non reimbursed time in the DBP physician workforce. Pediatric Academic Society, Baltimore, May 2016

DeBattista, Huffman, Kennedy, Alkon, Cooper, Weiss (2015) Factors That Influence Early Adaptive Behavior Trajectories in Children Born Prematurely. American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Disabilities. Volume 57, Issue Supplement S5, page 24

Horowitz, Leibovitz, Lilo, St. John, DeBattista Shaw (2014) Does reducing maternal symptoms of anxiety, depression and trauma improve mothers’ perceptions of the vulnerability of their preterm infants? Journal of Infant Development.