Juliette Shellman

Ph.D., RN

Associate Professor

Director, International Center for Life Story Innovations and Practice

Director, Online Graduate Certificate in Life Story Practice and Research

Director, Long-Term Healthcare Management Certificate Program


Research/Scholarship Interests

  • Use of reminiscence to improve the mental health and well-being of older Black adults
  • Use of reminiscence to increase physical activity and decrease pain
  • Development, implementation and evaluation of community-university partnerships to improve older adults health outcomes
  • Community-based participatory research

Honors & Awards

  • 2008: Community Service Partnership Award Visiting Nurse Association of South Central Connecticut
  • 2008: NIH Summer Training Institute on the Design and Conduct of Randomized Clinical Trials Involving Behavioral Interventions Fellow
  • 2007: Yale Clinical Translational Science Award Scholar
  • 2005: National Institute of Aging/National Institute of Health Summer Aging Research Institute Participant
  • 2004-2006: John A. Hartford Foundation Building Academic Geriatric Nursing Capacity Post-Doctoral Fellow
  • 2004: Hartford Institute Summer Geriatric Nursing Research Seminar Scholar
  • 2004: University of Connecticut, School of Nursing Mary Lawrence Award Nursing Research Development Award
  • 2002: University of Connecticut, School of Nursing Carolyn Ladd Widmer Award for significant scholarly contributions in the field of nursing research
  • 1999: University of Connecticut, School of Nursing the Eleanor K. Gill Award for Excellence in Clinical Practice
  • 1998: Sigma Theta Tau- National Honor Society of Nursing
  • 1992: St. Mary’s Hospital, School of Nursing Sr. Margaret Rosita Award for Caring in Clinical Practice

Selected Publications

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A portrait of associate professor Juliette Shellman.
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