Jessica Coviello, DNP, APRN, ANP-BC

Jessica Coviello

Associate Professor of Nursing

Yale School of Nursing - Room 20411

email: jessica.coviello@yale.edu
phone: 203-737-2339
fax: 203-785-6455

About

Jessica Coviello is an Associate Professor at Yale University School of Nursing. She has taught at the school since 1983. For more than 30 years, she has been in practice focusing on cardiovascular disease prevention and management. Dr. Coviello is particularly interested in self-care management in patients with heart failure and cardiovascular risk assessment and management in patients being treated for cancer.

Dr. Coviello obtained her nursing diploma from the Lankenau School of Nursing, a bachelor’s in nursing from Southern Connecticut State University, and a master’s in nursing from YSN. Her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree is from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Health Professionals in Boston.

Active in the American Association of Heart Failure Nurses, she has also served with the Connecticut Society for Cardiac Rehabilitation where she has been president, vice-president, and treasurer. Dr. Coviello has also served with the American Association of Heart Failure Nurses in the publication and patient education committees. She is an active member of Sigma Theta Tau – Delta Mu Chapter, the Connecticut Nurses Association, the American Nurses Association, The Preventative Cardiovascular Nurses Association and the Connecticut Nurse Practitioners Group.

Research Interests/Clinical Practice

Research Interests

Dr. Coviello’s research deal with cardio-vascular risk assessment and management in those facing potentially cardiotoxic chemotherapy. She is also active in teaching patient’s symptom management in heart failure.

Clinical Practice

Dr. Coviello’s practice also deals with cardio-vascular risk assessment and management in those facing potentially cardiotoxic chemotherapy and currently has a joint appointment in cardio-oncology at Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven.

Selected Publications/Presentations

Publications

Coviello, J. S. (2016). Obtaining a rhythm strip. In J. Coviello (Ed.), ECG Interpretation Made Incredibly Easy. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer

Coviello, J. S. (2014). Heart sound fundamentals. In J. Coviello (Ed.), Auscultation Skills, Breath Sound & Heart Sounds (5th edition). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer.

Coviello, J. S. (2014). Normal heart sounds. In J. Coviello (Ed.), Auscultation Skills, Breath Sound & Heart Sounds (5th edition). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer.

Coviello, J. S. (2014). Normal heart sounds. In J. Coviello (Ed.), Auscultation Skills, Breath Sound & Heart Sounds (5th edition). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer.

Coviello, J. S. (2014). Targeted therapies and cardiac toxicities. Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 30, 175-182.

Simprini, L.A., Coviello, J. & Russell, R. (2014). Continuing essential cancer treatment while maximizing protection of the heart. Oncology Nursing News, (4) 8, 47.

Coviello, J.S., Knobf, M.T. & LeClergue, S. (2013). Development of metabolic syndrome in mid-life women.  Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing.  28(2), 187-196.

Coviello, J.S. & Knobf, M.T. (2013). Screening, monitoring, and management of cardiovascular risk factors in cancer survivors. Chapter in Cardiac Complications of Cancer Therapy.  Oncology Nursing Society, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Coviello, J. S. (2011).  Cardiovascular risk in women with early breast cancer. Unpublished doctoral capstone.  Massachusetts Institute for Health Professionals.

Knobf, T.M. & Coviello, J.S. (2011). Lifestyle interventions for cardiovascular risk reduction in women with breast cancer.  Current Cardiology Reviews, (7) 4, 250-257.

Presentations

Shedding the Light on Cancer Treatment and Heart Failure: Illustrating the Link through case studies. American Association of Heart Failure Nurses Annual Conference, Scottsdale Arizona, June 22, 2016.

Cardio-oncology.  What is the link?  Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium.  American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, Orlando Florida, November 11, 2015.

The Development of Metabolic Syndrome in Women with Breast Cancer. Kunming University Medical School, Kunming, China October, 2012.

A Cardio-Oncology Approach to Patients Treated with Cardiotoxic Therapy.  10th Annual Oncology Symposium, Yale-New Haven Hospital, Smilow Cancer Center, September 24, 2011.

Cardiovascular Risk in Women with Early Breast Cancer.  Capstone presentation.  Massachusetts Institute for Health Professionals, April 24, 2011.