Clinical Assistant Professor
Education: Jason Slyer obtained his DNP and MS (Family Nurse Practitioner) from Pace University. He received his AAS in Nursing from Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing in Troy, New York, and a BA in Biology from SUNY Buffalo.
Areas of Expertise: Heart failure, cardiac therapy, evidence-based practice, systematic reviews.
Areas of Research: Heart failure disease management, self-care behaviors, care transitions.
Professional Experience: Jason Slyer is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at Pace University and an honorary Associate Lecturer at the University of Adelaide and the Joanna Briggs Institute (Australia). He is a certified trainer for the Joanna Briggs Institute’s Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Program. He is also in clinical practice at Montefiore’s Center for Advanced Cardiac Therapy as a Heart Failure Nurse Practitioner. Previously he worked as a nurse practitioner in a private practice cardiology office in New York City and at Beth Israel Medical Center in interventional cardiology. He also has experience in the cardiothoracic surgery step-down unit, working as a senior staff nurse at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, and as an RN at Albany Medical Center.
Slyer, J. T. (2012). Chapter 15. Sensitivity and specificity of diagnostic tests. In R. Levin & H. Feldman (Eds.), Teaching evidence-based practice (pp. 173-184). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
Slyer, J. & Levin R. F. (2012). Evidence-based practice: On the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). Research and Theory for Nursing Practice: An International Journal. 26 (1), 6-9.
Slyer, J. T., Concert, C. M., Eusebio, A. M., Rogers M. E., & Singleton, J. (2011). A systematic review of the effectiveness of nurse coordinated transitioning of care on readmission rates for patients with heart failure. Joanna Briggs Institute Library of Systematic Reviews. 9 (15), 464-490.
Slyer, J. T., Concert, C. M., Eusebio, A. M., Rogers M. E., & Singleton, J. (2010). Systematic review protocol: A systematic review of the effectiveness of nurse coordinated transitioning of care on readmission rates for patients with heart failure. Joanna Briggs Institute Library of Systematic Reviews. Available from: http://ovidsp.tx.ovid.com/sp-3.7.1b/ovidweb.cgi?&S=INGGFPACKIDDLEFLNCPKHALBOPBAAA00&Link+Set=S.sh.17%7c14%7csl_190
Holly, C. & Slyer, J.T. (2012). Interpreting and Using Meta-Analysis in Clinical Practice. Orthopedic Nursing.
Slyer, J. T. & Ferrara, L. R. (in press). The effectiveness of group visits for patients with heart failure on knowledge, quality of life, self-care, and readmissions: A systematic review protocol. The Joanna Briggs Institute Library of Systematic Reviews.
Truglio-Londrigan, M., Slyer, J. T., Singleton, J. K., & Worral, P. (in press). A qualitative systematic review of internal and external influences on shared decision-making in all health care settings: A qualitative systematic review protocol. The Joanna Briggs Institute Library of Systematic Reviews