Marianne J. Davies, DNP, MSN, RN, APRN, CNS-BC, ACNP-BC, AOCNP

Marianne Davies

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Yale University School of Nursing - Room 20104

email: marianne.davies@yale.edu
phone: 203-737-1855
fax: 
203-737-4480

About

Assistant Professor of Nursing, Marianne J. Davies, returns to Yale University with multiple years of graduate teaching experience at YSN, and has been involved at Yale-New Haven Hospital’s Cancer Center since 1983. In the past Davies has worked as an advanced oncology certified nurse. She is currently an acute care nurse practitioner, advanced oncology certified nurse practitioner and clinical nurse specialist in adult health.

She began her nursing education at Russell Sage College in 1983. She continued her education in New Haven, Conn., and received both her Masters and Post Master’s Certificate at YSN. Davies then pursued a Doctorate of Nursing Practice at the MGH Institute of Health Profession in Boston, Mass.

In addition to teaching, Davies has received various awards and honors. She is the recipient of Cogswell Award, Outstanding Student Leadership and Community Involvement, Yale-New Haven Hospital Medical Staff Patient Experience Recognition, the Ruth McCorkle Oncology Advanced Practice Provider: Yale Cancer Center and Nightingale Award for Excellence in Nursing. Davies also belongs to Sigma Theta Tau, the National Honor Society of Nursing, the Connecticut Nurse Practitioner Association, the Oncology Nursing Society and the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer.

Last summer, Davies spoke with Oncology Nursing News about how best to help patients with immune therapy side effects. Watch the video here.

Selected Publications/Presentations

Publications

Davies, M. (2014).  New modalities of cancer treatment for NSCLC: focus on immunotherapy. Cancer Management and Research, 4 (6), 63-75. http://www.dovepress.com/new-modalities-of-cancer-treatment-for-nsclc-focus-on-immunotherapy-peer-reviewed-article-CMAR

Davies, M. & Reid, A. (2014). Chemotherapy treatment of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer. Lung Cancer Choices, (2nd Edition). Oregon City, OR.Caring Ambassadors Program.

Davies, M., Dest, V., Lyons, C. & Mc Corkle, R. (2014). Transforming peer review for advanced practice nurses. Oncology Nursing Forum, 41, (2), E64-E171 (abstract #84). Doi:10.1188/14.ONF.E64-E171.

Davies M (2014).  Pleural Effusion. In D. Camp-Sorrell & R.A. Hawkins (Eds.), Clinical Manual for the Oncology Advanced Practice Nurse (3rd ed., pp. 235–243). Pittsburgh, PA: Oncology Nursing Society.

Davies M (2014). Pulmonary Embolism. In D. Camp-Sorrell & R.A. Hawkins (Eds.), Clinical Manual for the Oncology Advanced Practice Nurse (3rd ed., pp. 273–280). Pittsburgh, PA: Oncology Nursing Society.

Davies M (2014). Acute Renal Failure. In D. Camp-Sorrell & R.A. Hawkins (Eds.), Clinical Manual for the Oncology Advanced Practice Nurse (3rd ed., pp. 767–778). Pittsburgh, PA: Oncology Nursing Society.

Davies, M. (2013). Hepatotoxicity in the Cancer Patient. inPractice Cancer.2013. Available at: http://www.inpractice.com

Davies, M. (2013). Nephrotoxicity in the Cancer Patient. inPractice Cancer.2013. Available at: http://www.inpractice.com.

McCorkle R, Lazenby M, Englehart C, Davies M, Sipples R, Ercolano E & Lyons C. (2012). Perceptions of roles, practice patterns, and professional growth opportunities broadening the scope of advanced practice in oncology. CJON, 16 (4), 382-387.

McCorkle R, Engelking C, Knobf MT, Lazenby M, Davies M, Sipples R, Ercolano E & Lyons C (2012). Transition to a New Cancer Care Delivery System: Opportunity for Empowerment of the Role of the Advanced Practice Provider. J Adv Pract Oncol, 3 (1), 34-42.

Presentations

Davies, M., Chiang, A., Dest, V., Duffield, E., Gerrish, H., Gettinger, S., Goldberg, S., Lilenbaum, R., Rowen, E. & Herbst, R. (2015). Diagnosis and management of toxicities caused by immune checkpoint blockade. 15th Annual Targeted Treatment of Lung Cancer Meeting. International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC).  Santa Monica, Ca.

Managing Immunotherapy Side Effects. Immunotherapy for Melanoma, Kidney & Lung.  GRACE Immunotherapy Forum. Chicago, IL. October 26, 2014.

Recognizing and Managing unique side effects and responses of immune therapy in lung cancer. 7th Annual Symposium on Personalized Therapies and Best Clinical Practices for Lung Cancer. San Francisco, CA. October 18, 2014.

Development of a Journal Club Training Workbook to Enhance Competence & Confidence of Journal Club Facilitators. The 18th Annual Evidence Based Practice Conference. The Connecticut Nursing Research Alliance. Hartford, CT. October 3, 2014.

Supporting the integration of advanced practice nurses to enhance the patient care experience. The Connecticut Hospital Association. Patient Care Executive Committee Meeting. Wallingford, CT. February 6, 2014.

Patient Management Issues Unique with Immunotherapy in NSCLC. 6th Annual Symposium on Personalized Therapies and Best Clinical Practices for Lung Cancer. BioMedical Learning Institute (BMLI). Los Angeles, CA. November, 16, 2013.