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Linda Lord, NP

Linda Lord, NP

Division of Colon & Rectal Surgery , Surgery

5 out of 5 stars
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Professional Background

Educational Background

University of Rochester: 2012, 60 additional clinical hours in Postgraduate
Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program (required for ACNP certification)
University of Rochester: 1994, Postgraduate Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
University of Roch...
Educational Background

University of Rochester: 2012, 60 additional clinical hours in Postgraduate
Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program (required for ACNP certification)
University of Rochester: 1994, Postgraduate Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
University of Rochester: 1986, M.S. Degree in Medical/Surgical Nursing
Niagara University: 1978, B.S. Degree in Nursing

Licensure

Registered Nurse License: New York 307821
Nurse Practitioner in Adult Health License: New York F301304-1

Certifications

Board Certified Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (ACNP-BC) obtained 9/11/14,
expires 9/10/19
Certified Nutrition Support Clinician (CNSC) obtained April/2011, renewed
October/2017, expires March/2022
Certified Nutrition Support Nurse (CNSN) obtained 1985; renewed 1990, 1995,
2000, 2006

Work Record

University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, New York:
1995-present Nurse Practitioner, Nutrition Support Service and Clinical
Associate, University of Rochester School of Nursing
1990-1995 Clinical Nurse Specialist, Nutrition Support Service and
Clinical Associate, University of Rochester School of Nursing
1984-1990 Surgical Nutrition Support Nurse
1983-1984 Nutrition Support Project (Research) Nurse
1980-1983 Staff Nurse, Burn/Plastics Unit
Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA:
1979-1980 Staff Nurse, Private Care Unit
1978-1979 Staff Nurse, General Surgery Unit

Certified Specialties

Nurse Practitioner, Acute Care - American Nurses Credentialing Center

Registered Nurse, Nutrition Support - National Board of Nutrition Support Certification

Credentials

Residency & Fellowship

Graduate, Niagara University. 1974 - 1978

Education

NP | University of Rochester. Nurse Practitioner. 1994

MS | University of Rochester. 1986

Awards

Distinguished Nutrition Support Nurse Service Award. 2015 - 2015

University of Rochester Medical Center ICare Behaviors Bronze Star. 2014

Nursing Discipline Research Award. 1992 - 1992

Research

Canada, T and Lord LM. (2017) Fluids, Electrolytes and Acid-Base Disorders In The A.S.P.E.N. Nutrition Support Core Curriculum 3rd Edition Silver Spring, MD. American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

Malone A, Seres D and Lord LM. (2017) Complications of Enteral Nutrition. In T...
Canada, T and Lord LM. (2017) Fluids, Electrolytes and Acid-Base Disorders In The A.S.P.E.N. Nutrition Support Core Curriculum 3rd Edition Silver Spring, MD. American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

Malone A, Seres D and Lord LM. (2017) Complications of Enteral Nutrition. In The A.S.P.E.N. Nutrition Support Core Curriculum 3rd Edition Silver Spring, MD. American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

Boullata JI, Carrera AL, Harvery L...Lord L, et al. (2017) ASPEN Safe Practices for Enteral Nutrition Therapy. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. 41(1):15-103.

DiMaria-Ghalili RA, Gilbert K, Lord L, Neal T, Richardson D, Tyler R, Guenter P. (2016) ASPEN Nurses Standards Revision Task Force, American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. Standards of Nutrition Care Practice and Professional Performance for Nutrition Support and Generalist Nurses. Nutrition in Clinical Practice. August 31(4):527-547

Lord LM.(2014) Digestive and Gastrointestinal Treatment Modalities: Gastrointestinal Intubation, Gastrostomy and Jejunostomy In: Hinkle JL and Cheever KH, (Eds). Brunner & Suddarth's Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing Vol. 1. 13th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 1214–1228.

Lord LM. (2012) Maintaining hydration and tube patency in enteral tube feedings. Safe Practices in Patient Care. 5(2): 1, 5-11.

Lord LM. (2012) Minimizing tracheobronchial aspiration in the tube fed patient part 2. The Nurse Practitioner. 37 (1): 8-10.

Lord LM. (2011). Minimizing tracheobronchial aspiration in the tube fed patient part 1. The Nurse Practitioner. 36 (12): 12-14.

Lord LM and Pelletier K. (2008). Management of Hyperemesis Gravidarum with enteral nutrition. Practical Gastroenterology. XXXIII (6): 15-31.

Lord LM. (2008) Safe enteral tube feedings and hydration in home care. Safe Practices in Patient Care. 3(3): 1, 6-11.

Lord L and Harrington M (2005) Enteral nutrition implementation and management In Merritt RJ (Ed), The A.S.P.E.N. Nutrition Support Practice Manual. 2nd Ed. Silver Spring, MD. American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition: 76-89.

Seifert CF, Johnston BA, Brown RO, DeLegge MH, Dell KA, Lord LM, Lyman B and Rollins CJ. (2005) Consensus recommendations for administering medications through an enteral feeding tube. Federal Grant.

Lord LM and Schaffner RS. (2005) Nutritional Assessment. In Rolandelli (Ed), Clinical Nutrition Enteral and Tube Feeding. 4th Ed. Philadelphia, PA, Saunders: 185-201.

Lord LM. (2003) Restoring and maintaining patency of enteral feeding tubes. Nutrition in Clinical Practice 18(5): 422-425.

Lord L, Pelletier, K and Wilson, S. (2002) Enteral nutrition during hyperemesis gravidarum. Strong Perifax October 23: 1-6..

Lord LM, Schaffner R, DeCross A & Sax H. (2000) Management of the patient with short bowel syndrome. AACN Clinical Issues in Critical Care Nursing 11(4): 604-618.

Lipp J, Lord LM, & Scholer LH. (1999) Fluid management in enteral nutrition. Nutrition in Clinical Practice 14(5): 232-237.

Cavanaugh J, Schmidt E, & Lord LM. (1999) Gastrointestinal problems. In Carroll DP (Ed), Principles of Practice for the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. Stamford, CT, Appleton & Lange: 975-1006.

Lord LM. (1998) "10-10-10" Protocol for Transpyloric Passage of Feeding Tubes. Corpak Medsystems Publication.

Lord LM. (1997). Enteral access devices. Nursing Clinics of NA 32(4): 685-704.

Lord LM & Sax HC. (1994) The role of the gut in critical illness. AACN Clinical Issues in Critical Care Nursing 5(4): 450-458.

Lord L, Weiser-Maimone A, Pulhamus M, et al. (1993). Comparison of weighted versus unweighted feeding tubes for efficacy of transpyloric intubation. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition 17 (3): 271-273.

Publications

Journal Articles

Enteral access devices: types, function, care, and challenges

Lord, LM.

Nutrition in Clinical Practice. 2018; 33(1): 16 - 38.

ASPEN Safe Practices for Enteral Nutrition Therapy

Boullata JI, Carrera AL, Harvery L ...Lord, L, et al.

Journal for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. 2017; 41(1): 15 - 103.

Standards of Nutrition Care Practice and Professional Performance for Nutrition Support and Generalist Nurses

DiMaria-Ghalili RA, Gilbert K, Lord L, et al.

Nutrition in Clinical Practice. 2016; 31(4): 527-547.

Minimizing tracheobronchial aspiration in patients on tube feedings part 1

Lord LM.

Critical Care Nurse. 2012; 7(3): 6-9.

Minimizing tracheobronchial aspiration in patients on tube feedings part 2

Lord LM.

Critical Care Nurse. 2012; 7(4): 8-11.

Minimizing tracheobronchial aspiration in the tube fed patient part 1

Lord LM.

The Nurse Practitioner. 2012; 37(1): 8-10.

Minimizing tracheobronchial aspiration in the tube fed patient part 2

Lord LM.

The Nurse Practitioner. 2011; 36(12): 12-14.

Nasogastric vs feeding tubes in critically ill patients.

McGinnis CM.; Worthington PH.; Lord LM.

Critical Care Nurse. 2010; 30(6): 80-82.

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