Lienhard School of Nursing
163 William Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10038
Education: Esma D. Paljevic received her EdD from St. John Fisher/College of New Rochelle. She has an MA in Advanced Practice Pediatric Nursing from New York University and a BSN from Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry.
Areas of Expertise/Research: Advanced Practice Nursing in Pediatrics, Cardiogenetics (Pediatric Cardiology and Genetics), Inter-professional Nurse led models of care
Professional Experience: Esma Paljevic’s most recent experience is as a pediatric nurse practitioner in pediatric cardiology at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center. She specializes in clinical research involving Cardiogenetics, an interprofessional approach to families that have experienced the sudden cardiac (SCD) death of a family member and the genetic risk for SCD that other families may experience. She also serves as a Clinical Pediatric Consultant to the Caring Circle Bereavement Program. Professor Paljevic’s earlier experience includes working as a Clinical Coordinator/Nurse Practitioner at the Vascular Birthmark Institute of New York, an Adjunct Clinical Instructor at New York University, a staff RN at Montefiore Medical Center, and a staff RN at Weiler Hospital of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
- Erskine K, Griffith, DeGroat N, Stolerman M, Silverstein LB, Hidayatallah N, Wasserman D, Paljevic E, Cohen L, Walsh CA, McDonald T, Marion RW, Dolan SM. An Interdisciplinary Approach to Personalized Medicine: Case Studies from a Cardiogenetics Clinic. Submitted to Genetics in Medicine. May 2011
- Silverstein LB, Hidayatallah N, Stolerman M, Cohen L, McDonald T, Walsh CA, Paljevic E, Marion RW, Wasserman D, Dolan SM. Translating Advances in Cardiogenetics into Effective Clinical Practices: A Translational Model
- Paljevic E, Donius MA, Larkin D (2012). The lived experiences of families that have attended a cardiogenetics clinic (Doctoral Dissertation)