Jonika Hash PhD, RN, BSN
My research interest includes sleep health and sleep health equity in families with young children. My dissertation examined early childhood sleep problems, social emotional development, and the impact of a strengths-based, infant mental health program on early childhood sleep problems within the context of adversity. My postdoctoral research examined sleep health knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and practices in mothers with young children, to inform tailored sleep health care. Key findings from my postdoctoral research identified contextual factors linked to sleep health inequities. I have used qualitative and quantitative data analysis methods in my research including inductive content analysis, path modeling, and latent growth curve modeling. My clinical background includes emergency room nursing.
BSN, University of Washington, 2010
PhD, University of Washington, 2018
Awards, accolades and distinguished memberships:
2016 – 2017 Warren G. Magnuson Scholar
NMETH 403 Introduction to Research in Nursing
What do you love about the UW School of Nursing?
I love the depth of engagement with the community and commitment to health equity. I am drawn to the Barnard Center’s infant mental health-based practices of wondering, curiosity, and reflection. And I love the energy of the research-intensive environment.
DepartmentChild, Family, and Population Health Nursing
- Innovative Interventions
- Symptom Science
- Health Equity
- Lifespan Health