College of Nursing

Linda Lewin, Ph.D., PMHCNS-BC

professor  Lewin
Interests Infant mental health
Attachment theory
Developmental theory: 0-18 years
Mentoring in research & scholarly writing
Current Research Grants and Programs Buchman Endowment: Mothering of young children by women with bipolar disorder
Teaching Specialty/Interests

Mental health
Child maltreatment
Healthy families
Interpersonal violence
Nursing theory
Therapeutic Communication

Affiliations/Service National Association of Pediatric Practitioners (NAPNAP) Foundation
American Psychiatric Nurses Association - Research Council
American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children
Sigma Theta Tau
Education Ph.D., The University of Toledo
M.S.N., The Ohio State University
B.S.N., Capital University
Publication Highlights

Albdour, M., Hong, J., Lewin, L.& Yarandi, H. (in press). The impact of cyberbullying on physical and psychological health of Arab American adolescents. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.

Timraz, S., Lewin, L., Giurgesco, C., Kavanaugh, K. (in press). An exploration of coping with child sexual abuse in Arab American women. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse.

Albdour, M., Lewin, L., Kavanaugh, K., Hong, J. S., & Wilson, F. (2017). Arab American adolescents’ perceived stress and bullying experiences: A qualitative study. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 39, 1567-1588. 

Lewin, L., Farkas, K., & Niazi, M. (2017). Mother-child relational quality of women in substance abuse treatment. Journal of American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 23, 50-59. 

Timraz, S., Alhasanat, D., Albdour, M., Lewin, L., Giurgescu, C., & Kavanaugh, K. (2016). Challenges and strategies for conducting sensitive research with an Arab American population. Applied Nursing Research, 33, 1-4.

Mahoney, J., Lewin, L., Beeber, L., & Willis, D. (2016). Using liberating structures to increase engagement in identifying priorities for the APNA Research Council. Journal of American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 22, 504-507. 

Lewin, L. & Templin, T. (2016). Model development of mothering by women with bipolar illness. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 37(2):75-82

Last Updated: 10/17/19