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Diane K. Newman, DNP, FAAN, BCB-PMD
Urology

 
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Administrative Offices:
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine
West Pavilion, 3rd Floor
34th & Civic Center Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Administrative Telephone: 215-615-3459
Administrative Fax: 215-662-3955 Fax

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diane.newman@uphs.upenn.edu

 

Diane K. Newman, DNP, FAAN, BCB-PMD, is Research Investigator Senior and Adjunct Associate Professor of Urology in Surgery, Perelman School of Medicine, Univeristy of Pennsuylvania. She is Co-Director of the Penn Center for Continence and Pelvic Health, Division of Urology, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, in Philadelphia.

Dr. Newman received a Doctor of Nursing Practice program from Thomas Jefferson University, a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from LaSalle University, and a Master of Science degree in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania, all in Philadelphia. She is certified as an adult nurse practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing.

Dr. Newman is the Principal Investigator, University of Pennsylvania, Translating Unique Learning for Incontinence Prevention: The TULIP Project, R01NR012011, National Institute of Nursing Research, National Institutes of Health. Dr. Newman has served as co-principal investigator on research studies on the treatment and management of urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, interstitial cystitis, prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction. She was a member of the planning committee of the State-of-the-Science Conference on Prevention of Fecal and Urinary Incontinence in Adults, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), Office of Medical Applications of Research (OMAR) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and presented at the December 2007 meeting. She was the Chairperson of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Committee on Continence Promotion, Education & Primary Prevention for the International Consultation on Incontinence. She was the Chair of the International Continence Society (ICS) Continence Promotion Committee (2003-2009).

Dr. Newman was a member of the panel of experts of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Service’s Scope and Severity of Nursing Care Deficiencies in long term care on “Guidance to Surveyors on Incontinence and Catheters-Tag F315.” She was the Co-chair of the 1996 Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Clinical Practice Guideline on Urinary Incontinence: Acute and Chronic Management. She served as a member of the Gastroenterology and Urology Devices Panel of the FDA. In 2002, the National Association for Continence (NAFC) presented her with the Continence Care Champion Award.

Dr. Newman is an internationally known speaker on the topic of urinary incontinence and the use of devices and products for the management of incontinence. She has been invited to speak in Hong Kong, Dubai, Singapore, Manila, Sapporo, Yokohomo, Florence, Monaco, Edinburgh, Monte Carlo, Halifax, Montreal and Bournemouth.

She holds editorial positions on several journals, including the International Urogynecology Journal, Neurourology and Urodynamics and Ostomy/Wound Management. A prolific writer, Dr. Newman has written and presented more than 100 scientific papers, chapters, and articles on the assessment, treatment, and management of incontinence with an emphasis on the nurse’s role. She is the author of the books The Urinary
Incontinence Sourcebook and Managing and Treating Urinary Incontinence. She is the recipient of the American Journal of Nursing 2002 Gerontologic Nursing Book Award for the 1st Edition of Managing and Treating Urinary Incontinence. She is the co-author with Dr Alan Wein of Overcoming Overactive Bladder, the 2nd edition of Managing and Treating Urinary Incontinence and co-author of Fast Facts: Bladder Disorders.

She has extensive experience in informing consumers about pelvic floor disorders and with continence promotion. Her “Incontinence Center” (www.seekwellness.com) is a resource website for the lay public. Her AJN article on “Stress Urinary Incontinence in Women” was cited by the New York Times Personal Health Column, September 2003. She was interviewed in the August 2007 issue of Oprah Winfrey’s O magazine and the January 2009 issue of Ladies Home Journal. Dr. Newman’s clinical practice was featured in the June 5, 2008 issue of USA Today. She has been an expert WebMD’s Moderated Health Exchange on Incontinence and OAB (http://exchanges.webmd.com/incontinence-and-oab-exchange).

 
Faculty Appointments
2011 - present  Adjunct Associate Professor of Urology in Surgery
Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
2000 - 2001  Visiting Professor, College of Nursing
Rutgers University of the State University of New Jersey
Newark, New Jersey
 
Hospital and Administrative Appointments
2011 - present   Research Investigator Senior, Department of Surgery
Division of Urology, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
2002 - 2012  Director, Clinical Trials, Division of Urology,
Department of Surgery, University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
2000 - present Co-Director, Penn Center for Continence and Pelvic Health
Division of Urology, Department of Surgery,
University of Pennsylvania Medical Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
Other Appointments
1986 - 1995  Adult Nurse Practitioner, Founder & Owner,Golden Horizons, Inc.
Independent Nurse Practitioner Practice
St. Davids, Pennsylvania
 
1994 - 1997  Chief Executive Officer & President, Access to Continence Care & Treatment, Inc. ("ACCT"), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
1995 - 2002 Adult Nurse Practitioner, DKN & Associates, Inc.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
1997 - 1999  Director of Clinical Services,PrimeLife Medical (formerly NextEra Medical)
Atlanta, Georgia
 
2006 - present  Board Member, La Salle University School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
2012 - present  Co-Editor, Core Curriculum in Urologic Nursing
The Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates (SUNA)
 
Education/Training
2009 - 2011 D.N.P. Thomas Jefferson University School of Nursing
 
2006 Post-Masters Clinical Education and Evaluation
Program, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
 
1983 - 1986 MSN - University of Pennsylvania
Masters of Science in Nursing, Adult Nurse Practitioner
 
1979 - 1983 BSN - LaSalle University
Bachelors of Science in Nursing
 
1972 - 1975 RN - Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Registered Nurse Diploma
 
Memberships/Societies
National/International Societies:
  • 1989-present Society of Urologic Nurses & Associates (SUNA)
  • 1994-present American Academy of Nursing
  • 1999-present International Continence Society (ICS) Wound
    Ostomy Continence Nurses Society (WOCN), 2000-2010
  • 2002-present American Urologic Association – Allied Health Member
  • 2003-2009 Chair, Continence Promotion Committee (CPC), International Continence Society
  • 2006-present Society of Urodynamics & Female Urology (SUFU)
    Society of Urologic Nurses & Associates, Continence Specialists & Services Subspecialty Leader & Board of Directors Representative, 1992-1995
  • 2009-present American Nurses Association
  • 2010-2013 American Urologic Association, Chair, Non-Physician Providers Membership Committee
  • 2010-2013 American Urologic Association, Member, Non-Physician Providers Education Committee
    Bladder Health Council, AUA Foundation, 2001-2005
    Advisory Board, AUA Foundation Patient Education Council, 2006-2010
  • 2010-present European Association of Urology Nurses
Local/Regional Societies
  • 1989-1991 Philadelphia Area Nurse Practitioners (Vice-President 1989-1991)
  • 1988-present Pennsylvania Nurses Association
  • 2009-present Philadelphia Area Nurse Practitioners
 
Research
2012 - 2014  Co-investigator, University of Pennsylvania, Neurogenic bladder dysfunctions in neurological disorders, P20 DK097819-01 National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), National Institutes of Health funded.
   
2012 - Present  Co-investigator, University of Pennsylvania, Relationship between psychological stress and overactive bladder syndrome, P50 DK052620-15, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), National Institutes of Health funded.
   
2012 - Present  Principal Investigator, University of Pennsylvania site, Urinary, Bowel, and Related Symptoms in Men undergoing Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer, Investigator Initiated.
   
2012 - 2017  Consultant, Conservative Treatment of Fecal Incontinence in the Elderly: Effectiveness Trial, University of North Carolina, Agency for Health Quality and Research funded.
   
2011 - 2016  Co-investigator, University of Pennsylvania, Pelvic Floor Disorders Network Clinical Site, U10HD069010-01, National Institute of Health, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute Of Child Health & Human Development, The Office of Research on Women's Health funded.
   
2010 - 2015 Principal Investigator, University of Pennsylvania, Translating Unique Learning for Incontinence Prevention: The TULIP Project, R01NR012011, National Institute of Nursing Research, National Institute of Health funded.
 
2008 - 2011 Co-Principal Investigator, A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group Study of the Safety and Efficacy of Repeat Treatment with Two Dose Levels Of BOTOX® (Botulinum Toxin Type A) Purified Neurotoxin Complex Followed by a
Treatment with BOTOX® in Patients with Urinary Incontinence Due to Neurogenic Detrusor Overactivity, Allergan funded
 
2008 - 2012 Sub-Investigator, A Single-Masked, Randomized, Multi-Center, 2-Arm Parallel Study Comparing the Safety and Effectiveness of Bulkamid® and Contigen® as Bulking Agents for the Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence in Females, Contura funded
 
2009 - 2010 Sub-Investigator, A Multi-Center, Randomized, Double-Blind, Parallel Group Evaluation of the Effectiveness and Safety of Uracyst® Compared to Inactive Vehicle Control in Subjects with Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome, Watson Laboratories, Inc. funded
 
2005 - 2010 Sub-Investigator, A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Multicenter Efficacy and Safety Study of Toremifene Citrate for the Prevention of Prostate Cancer in Men with High Grade Prostatic Intraepithelial Neoplasia (PIN), GTx funded
 
2008 - 2009 Sub-Investigator, A Phase III, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blind Study to Assess the Efficacy and Safety of Once-Daily Orally Administered ZD4054 10 mg in Non- Metastatic Hormone Resistant Prostate Cancer, Astra Zeneca funded
 
2008 - 2009 Consultant, Planning an RCT of group behavior modification to treat urinary incontinence in older women. RU34, National Institute of Health (NIH) funded.
 
2003 - 2009 Co-investigator, Interstitial Cystitis Clinical Research Network (ICCRN), 5 U01- DK- 065190, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), National Institutes of Health funded.
 
2005 - 2008 Sub-investigator, A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter efficacy and safety study of toremifene citrate for the prevention of prostate cancer in men with high grade prostate intraepithelial neoplasia (PIN), GTX funded.
 
2004 - 2008 Sub-investigator, A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled multicenter efficacy and safety study of tremifene citrate for the prevention of bone fractures in men with prostate cancer on androgen-deprivation therapy. GTX funded.
 
2007 - 2008 Sub-investigator, A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Design, Multicenter Study to Evaluate the Urodynamic Effects of Tadalafil Once a Day for 12 Weeks in Men With Signs and Symptoms of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, Eli Lilly funded.
 
2003 - 2007 Co-principal investigator, A randomized, evaluator-blinded, multi-center study comparing the efficacy and safety of Zuidex, Q-Med funded.
 
2003 - 2005 Sub-investigator, Efficacy and safety of duloxetine compared with placebo in women with symptoms of mixed urinary incontinence, Eli Lilly funded.
 
2004 - 2005 Principal investigator, A multi-center, double-blind, placebo-controlled, dose-titration study of Oxybutynin transdermal systems in patients with overactive bladder, Watson Pharma funded
 
2004 - 2005 Sub-investigator, A randomized double-blind, placebo and active-controlled efficacy and safety study of SL65.0155-10 in patients with overactive bladder and/or urge urinary incontinence. Sanofi –Synthelabo funded.
 
2003 - 2004 Co-Principal Investigator, A double-blind, placebo-controlled study of urinary frequency and urgency using trospium chloride, 20 mg twice daily, for 12 weeks followed by a 6- month open-label treatment phase in patients with overactive bladder. Indevus Pharmaceuticals funded.
 
2003 - 2004 Sub-Investigator, A randomized, double-blind, parallel-group, placebo-controlled study evaluating the efficacy, safety, and reliability of 10mg vardenafil administered for 12 weeks compared to placebo in subjects with erectile dysfunction and a demonstrated successful first response to 10mg vardenafil GlaxoSmithKline funded.
 
2002 - 2003 Co-Principal Investigator, A double blind, placebo controlled, randomized study to evaluate the effect of tolterodine on nocturia patients with the symptoms of overactive bladder, Pfizer funded.
 
2002 Planning Committee and Site Coordinator, Urinary incontinence: research, practice & policy issues, Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, Department of Health and Human Services funded - R13 HS12088-01.
 
2001 - 2003 Co-Principal Investigator, A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Placebo Controlled Study of 20 mg, Twice Daily, Trospium Chloride for 12 Weeks Followed by a 9-Month Open-Label Treatment Phase in Patients with Overactive Bladder, Indevus funded.
 
1999 - 2000 Co-Investigator, Senior Citizens Focus Groups Health Promotion Project, Rutgers, School of Nursing, Philadelphia Corporation on Aging, Area Agency on Aging for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Department of Aging, Kimberly Clark Corp funded.
 
1996 - 2001 Nurse Scientist Team Member, Sampselle, C. Science Team Leader, Association of Women’s Health Obstetrics and Neonatal Nurse’s (AWHONN) Continence Program for Women, RU3-AWHONN funded.
 
1994 - 1997 Principal Investigator, Health Promotion Project, Dry Expectations -Promoting Healthy Bladder Habits, A Health Promotion Project for Seniors, Philadelphia Corporation on Aging, Area Agency on Aging for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Department of Aging (PDA), Title III of the Older Americans Act funded.
 
1992 - 1995 Consultant ,McDowell, BJ., Principal Investigator, University of Pittsburgh, Behavioral Treatment of Urinary Incontinence in Homebound Elderly. 1R01NR02874-01A1 National Center for Nursing Research funded.
 
1992 - 1994 Co-Investigator, Colling, J., Principal Investigator, Oregon Health Sciences University, Continence Program for Care-Dependent Community Elderly, 501, - National Center for Nursing Research funded.
 
1992 - 1993 Co-Principal Investigator, Advanced Surgical Intervention, Inc., Free Style Miniguard Phase II & III Study, ASI funded.
 
1990 - 1991 Co-Investigator, Reduction of Incontinence in Long Term Care, Frank Morgan Jones Foundation and Scott Paper Co funded
 
1988 - 1990 Nurse Practitioner Consultant on Urinary Incontinence in a Visiting Nurse Agency, Two year grant for development and implementation of a Nurse Managed Continence Clinic, VNA of Trenton/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and State of New Jersey,
Demonstration Project funded
 
1986 - 1987 Nurse Practitioner Consultant, Urinary Incontinence Research Project, Research project to study behavioral therapies for treatment of urinary incontinence in the elderly. University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing and Public Health Department, Gloucester County, New Jersey funded.
 
Publications
Research Publications, Peer Reviewed
  1. Newman, D.K., Olsen, S.M.,& Dahl, N. V. (2012). Application drying time for oxybutynin chloride topical gel. Urologic Nursing, 32(5), 265-269.
  2. Sievert, K.D., Amend, B., Toomey, P.A., Robinson, D., Milsom, I., Abrams, P. Cardozo, L., Wein, A., Smith, A., Newman, D.  (2012) Can we prevent incontinence? ICI-RS2011.  Neurourology & Urodynamics.  31:390–399.
  3. Newman, D.K., & Koochaki, P.E. (2011). Characteristics and impact of interrupted sleep in women with overactive bladder. Urologic Nursing, 31(5), 304-312.
  4. Dmochowski, R.R., Newman, D.K, Sand, P.K., Rudy, D.C., Caramelli, K.E., Thomas, H., & Hoel, G. (2011). Pharmacokinetics of oxybutynin chloride topical gel: effects of application site, showering, sunscreen and person-to-person transference. Clin Drug Investig. 31(8),559-571.
  5. Hanno, P.M., Burks, D.A., Clemens, J.Q., Dmochowski, R.R., Erickson, D., Fitzgerald, M.P., Forest, J.B., Gordon, B., Gray, M., Mayer, R.D., Newman, D., Nyberg, L. Jr, Payne, C.K., Wesselmann U., & Faraday M.M. (2011). AUA Guideline for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Interstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome. J Urol. 185(6),2162-70.
  6. Minassian, V., Stewart, W., Hirsch, A., Kolodner, K., Fitzgerald, M., Burgio, K., Cundiff ,G., Blaivas J., Newman, D., & Dilley, A. (2011). The role of urgency, frequency, and nocturia in defining overactive bladder adaptive behavior. Neurourology & Urodynamics, 30(3),406-411.
  7. Newman, D., Aronstein, W.S., Seifu, Y., Larson-Peters, A., Mongay, L. (2010) Managing patients with ‘Wet’ Overactive Bladder: Results of pooled studies show efficacy of darifenacin as measured by ‘Dry Days’. UroToday Int J. 3(6) doi:10.3834/uij.1944-5784.2010.12.11.
  8. Newman, D.K., Hanno, P.M., Dmochowski, R.R., Rudy, D.C., Thomas, H., Caramelli, K.E., & Hoel, G. (2010). Effects of oxybutynin chloride topical gel on health-related quality of life in adults with overactive bladder: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Clinical Medicine Insights: Therapeutics, 2:889-896.
  9. Chang, S., Alanzi, J., Hanno, P.M., Newman, D.K., Northington, G.M., Wein, A.J., & Chacko, S. (2010). Endothelin-1 as a regulator of urothelial cell proliferation and a potential urinary bio-marker in interstitial cystitis.” Journal of Urology, 183(4 Suppl.),e405-406.
  10. Stansell, L., Newman, D., Magerfleisch, L., Wein, A., Guzzo, T., & Malkowicz, S.B. (2010). Increased basal resting tone during EMG biofeedback is associated with improved voiding for patients with orthotopic neobladder dysfunction. Journal of Urology, 183(4 Suppl.):e293.
  11. Stewart, W.F., Minassian, V.A., Hirsch, A.G., Kolodner, K., Fitzgerald, M., Burgio, K., Cundiff, G.W., Blaivas, J., Newman, D., Lerch, V.R., & Dilley, A. (2010). Predictors of variability in urinary incontinence and overactive bladder symptoms. Neurourology & Urodynamics, 29(3),328-335.
  12. Newman, D.K. (2008). The MATRIX study: Assessment of health-related quality of life in adults with the use of transdermal oxybutynin. The Director, 16(1),22-25, 2008.
  13. Newman, D.K. (2008). The MATRIX study: Evaluating the data in older adults. The Director, 16(3),15-19.
  14. Newman, DK. (2008). The MATRIX study: Evaluating the data in older adults. The Director, 16(2),21-24.
  15. Sand, P., Zinner, N., Newman, D., Lucente, V., Dmochowski, R., Kelleher, C., & Dahl, N.V. (2007). Oxybutynin transdermal system improves the quality of life in adults with overactive bladder: A multicentre, community-based, randomized study. BJU International, 99(4),836-844.
  16. Dmochowski, R., & Newman, D.K. (2007). Impact of overactive bladder on women in the United States: Results of a national survey. Current Medical Research and Opinion, 23(1), 65-76.
  17. Zehrer, C.L., Newman, D.K., Grove G.L., & Lutz J.B. (2005). Assessment of diaper clogging potential of petrolatum moisture barriers. Ostomy/Wound Management, 51(12),54-58.
  18. Newman, D.K. (2005). Resolution for all year: Interview by Barbara Zeiger. Ostomy Wound Management, 51(1),14,16.
  19. Wyman, J.F., Bliss, D.Z., Dougherty, M.C., Gray, M., Kass, M., Newman, D.K., Palmer, M.H., & Wells, T.J. (2004). Shaping future directions for incontinence research in aging adults. Nursing
    Research, 53(6S),S1-10.
  20. Newman, D.K., Fader, M., & Bliss, D.Z. (2004). Managing incontinence using technology, devices and products. [Review] Nursing Research 53(6S):S42-48.
  21. Newman, D.K. (2004). Report of a mail survey of women with bladder control disorders. Urologic Nursing, 24(6),499-507.
  22. Colling, J.C., Owen, T.R., McCreedy, M., & Newman, D.K. (2003). The effects of a continence program on frail community-dwelling elderly persons. Urologic Nursing, 23(2),117-122,127-131.
  23. Mason, D.J., Newman, D.K., Palmer, M.H. (2003). Changing UI practice. American Journal of Nursing, 103(3),129.
  24. Sampselle ,C.M., Wyman, J.F., Thomas, K.K., Newman, D.K., Gray, M., Dougherty, M., & Burns, P.A. (2000). Continence for women: A test of AWHONN’s evidence-based protocol in clinical practice. JOGNN, 29(1),18-26.
  25. Sampselle, C.M., Wyman, J.F., Thomas, K.K., Newman, D.K., Gray, M., Dougherty, M., & Burns, P.A. (2000). Continence for women: Evaluation of AWHONN’s third research utilization project. JOGNN, 29(1),9-17.
  26. Brubaker, L., Harris, T., Gleason, D., Newman, D.K., North, B. Miniguard Investigators Group. (1999). The external urethral barrier for stress incontinence: A multicenter trial of safety and efficacy. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 93(6),932-937.
  27. Sampselle, C.M., Burns, P.A., Dougherty, M.C., Newman, D.K., Thomas, K.K., & Wyman, J.F. (1999). Continence for women: Evidence-based practice. JOGNN, 28(6 Suppl 1),25-33.
  28. Thomas, K.K., Sampselle, C., Gray, M., Newman, D., Sailer, S., d'Entremont, P., Wheeler, L. (1999). Getting into nursing research: Dropping in on AWHONN's Continence for Women researchers. AWHONN Lifelines, 3(1),24-26.
  29. Sampselle, C.M., Burns, P.A., Dougherty, M.C., Newman, D.K., Thomas, K.K., & Wyman, J.F. (1997). Continence for women: Evidence- based practice. JOGNN, 26(4),375-385.
  30. Newman, D.K. (1996). Aging and the problem of urinary incontinence: AHCPR’s 1996 clinical practice guidance. Urologic Nursing, 16(4),121-122.
  31. Newman, D.K., Wallace, J., Blackwood, N., & Spencer, C. (1996). Promoting healthy bladder habits for seniors. Ostomy /Wound Management ,42(10),18-28.
  32. Newman, D.K., Brannan, P., Blackwood, N., Spencer, C., & Wallace, J. (1995). Managed urinary incontinence: an independent NP model. NP News, 3(3),7-8.
  33. Schnelle, J.F., Newman, D., White, M., Abbey, J., Wallston, K.A, Fogarty, T., & Ory, M.G. (1993). Maintaining continence in nursing home residents through the application of industrial quality control. Gerontologist, 33(1),114-121.
  34. Newman, D.K., Lynch, K., Smith, D.A., & Cell, P. (1991). Restoring urinary continence. American Journal of Nursing, 91(l),28-34.
  35. Rose, M.A., Baigis-Smith, J., Smith, D., & Newman, D. (1990). Behavioral management of urinary incontinence in homebound older adults. Home Healthcare Nurse , 8(5),10-15.
  36. Baigis-Smith, J., Smith, D., Rose, M., & Kaschak, D. (1989). Managing urinary incontinence in community residing elderly persons. The Gerontologist ,29(2),229-233.
Reviews in Peer Reviewed Research Publications
  1. Keyock, K.L., & Newman, D.K. (2011). Understanding stress urinary incontinence. [Review] The Nurse Practitioner, 36(10), 24-36.
  2. Newman, D.K., & Willson, M. (2011). Review of intermittent catheterization and current best practices. [Review] Urologic Nursing. 31(1),12-28, 48.
  3. Wyman, J.F., Burgio, K.L., & Newman, D.K. (2009). Practical aspects of lifestyle modifications and behavioural interventions in the treatment of overactive bladder and urgency urinary incontinence. [Review] International Journal of Clinical Practice, 63(8),1177–1191.
  4. Newman, D.K. (2009). Talking to patients about bladder control problems. [Review] Nurse Practitioner, 34(12),33-45.
  5. Newman, D.K. (2009). How to prevent CAUTIs. [Review] Nursing Management. 40(7):51-52.
  6. Newman, D.K. (2008). Internal and external urinary catheters: A primer for clinical practice. [Review] Ostomy Wound Management ,54(12),18-35.
  7. Newman, D.K. (2007). The indwelling urinary catheter: Principles for best practice. [Review] Journal of Wound, Ostomy, & Continence Nursing, 34(6),655-663.
  8. Rosenberg, M.T., Newman, D.K, Tallman, C., & Page, S.A. (2007). Overactive bladder: Recognition requires vigilance for symptoms. [Review] Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine, 74(Suppl 3),S21-S29.
  9. Rosenberg, MT, Newman, DK, & Page, SA. (2007). Interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome: Symptom recognition is key to early identification, treatment. [Review] Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine, 74(Suppl 3),S54-S62.
  10. Palmer, M.H., & Newman, D.K. (2007). Urinary incontinence and estrogen. [Review] American Journal of Nursing, 107(3),35-37.
  11. Rosenberg, M.T., Staskin, D.R., Kaplan, S.A., MacDiarmid, S.A., Newman, D.K., & Ohl, D.A. (2007). A practical guide to the evaluation and treatment of male lower urinary tract symptoms in the primary care setting. [Review] International Journal of Clinical Practice, 61(9),1535–1546.
  12. Newman, D.K. (2006). Urinary incontinence, catheters and urinary tract infections: An overview of CMS Tag F 315. [Review] Ostomy Wound Management, 52(12),34-36, 38, 40-44.
  13. Newman. D..K. (2006). Bladder dysfunction in women: Products and devices play important role. [Review] Advance for Nurse Practitioners, 14(5),55-56, 58, 60-62.
  14. Palmer, M.H., & Newman, D.K. (2006). Bladder control educational needs of older adults. [Review] Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 32(1),28-32.
  15. Newman, D.K., Gaines, T., Snare, E. (2005). Innovation in bladder assessment: Use of technology in extended care. [Review] Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 31(12),33-41.
  16. Newman, D.K. (2005). Assessment of the patient with an overactive bladder. [Review] J WCON, 32(3S),S5-S10.
  17. Nickel, J.C., Fourcroy, J.L., Keay, S., Evans, R.J., Kaufman, D.M., & Newman, D.K. (2005). Evolving issues in the diagnosis and management of interstitial cystitis. [Review] Clinical Courier ,23(26),1-15.
  18. Palmer, M.H., & Newman, D.K. (2004). Bladder matters: Urinary incontinence in nursing homes. [Review] American Journal of Nursing, 104(11),57-59.
  19. Newman, D.K. (2004). Therapeutic strategies for managing stress urinary incontinence in women. [Review] The American Journal for Nurse Practitioners, Special Suppl,23-32.
  20. Newman, D.K. (2004). Urinary incontinence. [Review] Advance for Nurses, 6(3),19-24.
  21. Newman, D.K. (2004). Mentioning the unmentionables (Part 2). [Review] Advance for Providers of Post-Acute Care, 22,24.
  22. Newman, D.K. (2004). Urinary incontinence: Prevention and care. [Review] The Resident Assistant, 5(6),1-4.
  23. Newman, D.K. (2003). Urinary incontinence: Prevention and care. [Review] Nursing Assistant, 8(14),1-4.
  24. Newman, D.K. (2003). Mentioning the unmentionables (Part 1). [Review] Advance for Providers of Post-Acute Care, 89-91,100.
  25. DuBeau. C.E., Bent. A.E., Dmochowski. R.R., McCue. J.D., Newman. D.K., Thom. D.H., & Zinner. N.R. (2003). Addressing the unmet needs of geriatric patients with overactive bladder: Challenges and controversies. [Review] Clinical Geriatrics, 11(12),16-20, 22, 24-27.
  26. Dmochowski, R.R., Fourcroy, J.L., Staskin, D.R., Jones, W.K. (Eds.); Appell, R.A., Burgio, K.L., DuBeau, C.E., Horowitz, M., Lemack, G., Lightner, D.J., Luber, K.M., MacDiarmid, S.A., Mallett, V.T., Newman, D.K., Peters, K.M., Sand, P.K., Brunton, S.F., & Massey, G.S. (2003). Office on Women’s Health, Department of Health & Human Services: The Public Health Implications of Urogenital Disease. [Consensus Statement]Clinician, 21(4),1-21.
  27. Newman, D.K. (2003).The use of devices and products. American Journal of Nursing, 3(suppl),50-51.
  28. Newman, D.K. (2003). Pharmaceutical review. American Journal of Nursing, 3(suppl),48.
  29. Newman, D.K., Palmer MH [Eds.] (2003). State of the science on urinary incontinence. American Journal of Nursing, 3(Suppl),2-53.
  30. Newman, D.K. (2002). New treatment options for overactive bladder and incontinence. The Director, 10(3),74-76.
  31. Newman, D.K. (2001). Urinary incontinence and overactive bladder: A focus on behavioral interventions. Topics in Advanced Practice Nursing eJournal, (1):http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/408405.
  32. Newman, D.K. (2004). Urinary incontinence in long-term care facilities: Current clinical practice. [Review] The Director, 12(1),30-34.
  33. Newman, D.K. (2004). Stating the case for overactive bladder: A nurse practitioner’s perspective. [Review] Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 16(10 Suppl),1-3.
  34. Newman, D.K. (2004). Incontinence products and devices for the elderly. [Review] Urologic Nursing ,24(4),316-334.
  35. Newman, D.K. (2004). Urinary incontinence and overactive bladder: Common problems in women. [Review] The Female Patient, 26:6.
  36. Newman, D.K. (2003). Stress urinary incontinence in women. [Review] American Journal of Nursing, 103(8),46-55.
  37. Newman, D.K., Giovanni D.(2002). The overactive bladder: A nursing perspective. [Review] American Journal of Nursing, 102(6),36-46.
  38. Moorhouse, D.L, Robinson, J.P., Bradway, C., Zoltick, B.H., & Newman, D.K. (2001). Behavioral treatments for post-prostatectomy incontinence. [Review] Ostomy Wound Management, 47(12),30-42.
  39. Newman, D.K. (2000). Pelvic disorders in women: Chronic pelvic pain and vulvodynia. [Review] Ostomy Wound Management, 46(12),48-54.
  40. Newman, D.K. (2000). New technology for women for stress incontinence. Contemporary OB/GYN, 69-70,74-75, 79-83.
  41. Newman, D.K., Palmer, M.H. (1999). Incontinence and PPS: A new era. [Review] Ostomy/ Wound Management, 45(12),32-38, 40-44, 46, 48-49.
  42. Newman, D.K. (1998). American perspectives on continence. Nursing Times, 94(15),67-68.
  43. Newman, D.K. (1998) Managing indwelling urethral catheters. [Review] Ostomy/ Wound Management, 44(l2),26-28, 30, 32, 34-35.
  44. Newman, D.K. (1997). Pelvic muscle (Kegel) exercises. [Review] Lippincott's Primary Care Practice, 1(4),446.
  45. Newman, D.K. (1997). Research utilization: The continence for women project. [Review] Ostomy/ Wound Management, 43(10),54-56.
  46. Newman, D.K., & Burns P. (1997). New approaches for managing stress incontinence in women. [Review] Lippincott’s Primary Care, 1(4),382-387.
  47. Newman, D.K. (1997). Urinary health and the primary care provider. [Review] Lippincott’s Primary Care, 1(4),355-360.
  48. Palmer, M.H., Czarapata, B.J.R., Wells, T.J, & Newman, D.K. (1997). Urinary outcomes in older adults: Research and clinical perspectives. [Review] Urologic Nursing, 17(l),2-9.
  49. Newman, D.K.. (1996). What’s new: The AHCPR guideline update on urinary incontinence. [Review] Ostomy/Wound Management, 42(10),46-50, 52-4, 56.
  50. Newman, D.K., Steidle, C., & Wallace, D.W. (1995). Urinary incontinence: An overview of the diagnosis and management. [Review] American Journal of Managed Care, l,68-74.
  51. Newman, D.K. (1996). Urinary incontinence management in the USA: The role of the nurse. [Review] British Journal of Nursing, 5(2),78, 80, 82-88.
  52. Utian, W.H., Bent, A.E., Brubaker, L.T., Delancey, J.O., Horbach, N.S., Newman, D.K., Pearce, K.L., Wall, L.L., & Walters, M.D. (1995). Menopause and urogynecologic health. [Review] Menopause Management, 12-22.
  53. Newman, D.K., & Palumbo, M.V. (1994). Planning an independent nursing practice for continence services. [Review] Nurse Practitioner Forum, 5(3):190-193.
  54. Smith, D.A., & Newman, D.K. (1994). Basic elements of biofeedback therapy for pelvic muscle rehabilitation. [Review] Urologic Nursing 14(3),130-135.
  55. Newman, D.K. (1994). Strategies for managing urinary incontinence in homebound patients. [Review] Advance for Nurse Practitioners, 2(8),11-14.
  56. Newman, D.K., & Burns, P.A. (1994). Significance and impact of urinary incontinence. [Review] Nurse Practitioner Forum, 5(3),130-133.
  57. Newman, D.K., McCormick, K., Colling, J., Pearson, B.. (1993). A guideline for the nation: Managing urinary incontinence. [Review] Journal of Home Health Care Practice 5(3),33-40.
  58. Mooney, R.A., Newman, D.K., Smith, D.A., & Grey, M. (1993). Establishing a continence service using AHCPR guidelines. [Review] Ostomy/Wound Management, 39(3),28-30, 32.
  59. Colling, J.C., Newman, D.K., McCormick, K.A., Pearson, B.D. (1993). Behavioral management strategies for urinary incontinence. [Review] Journal of Enterostomal Nursing, 20(l),9-13.
  60. Newman, D.K., Smith, D.A., Goetz, G. (1992). Neurogenic bladder dysfunction causing urinary retention. [Review] Journal of Home Health Care Practice, 4(4),45-60.
  61. McCormick, K.A., Newman, D.K., Colling, J., & Pearson, B.D. (1992). A practice guideline for urinary incontinence: The challenge to nurses. [Review] Urologic Nursing, 12(2),40-45.
  62. Newman, D.K., & Smith, D.A. (1992). Pelvic muscle reeducation as a nursing treatment for incontinence. [Review] Urologic Nursing, 12(l),9-15.
  63. Newman, D.K., & Smith, D.A. (1991). A portable bladder scanner. [Review] Nurse Practitioner Forum, 2(4),243-245.
  64. Smith, D.A., & Newman, D.K. (1991). Nursing management of urinary incontinence associated with Alzheimer's disease. [Review] Journal of Home Health Care Practice, 3(4),25-32.
  65. McCormick, K.A., Newman, D.K., Colling, J., & Pearson, B.D. (1992). Clinical guidelines: Urinary incontinence in adults. [Review] American Journal Nursing, 92(10),75-93.
  66. Newman, D.K. (1989). The treatment of urinary incontinence in adults. [Review] The Nurse Practitioner, 14(6),21-24, 26-28, 31-32.
  67. Newman, D.K., & Smith, D.A.J. (1989). Incontinence in elderly homebound patients. [Review] Holistic Nursing Practice, 41(l),52-60.
  68. Newman, D.K., & Smith, D.A. (1989). Incontinence: The problem patients won’t talk about. [Review] RN, 52(3),42-45.
  69. Newman, D.K., & Smith, D.A. (1988). Helping geriatric patients master self-catheterization. [Review] RN, 51(5):86.
Contributions to Peer-Reviewed Clinical Research Publications, Participation Cited but not by Authorship
  1. FitzGerald MP, Payne CK, Lukacz ES, Yang CC, Peters KM, Chai TC, Nickel JC, Hanno PM, Kreder KJ, Burks DA, Mayer R, Kotarinos R, Fortman C, Allen TM, Fraser L, Mason-Cover M, Furey C, Odabachian L, Sanfield A, Chu J, Huestis K, Tata GE, Dugan N, Sheth H, Bewyer K, Anaeme A, Newton K, Featherstone W, Halle-Podell R, Cen L, Landis JR, Propert KJ, Foster HE Jr, Kusek JW, Nyberg LM; Interstitial Cystitis Collaborative Research Network.  (2012) Randomized multicenter clinical trial of myofascial physical therapy in women with interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome and pelvic floor tenderness.  Journal of Urology. Jun;187(6):2113-8.
  2. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (2011). MDS 3.0 RAI Manual, MDS 3.0 Data Item Set, and MDS 3.0 Data Specifications.
  3. Yang, C.C., Burks, D.A., Propert, K.J., Mayer, R.D., Peters, K.M., Nickel, J.C., Payne, C.K., FitzGerald, M.P, Hanno, P.M., Chai, T.C., Kreder, K.J., Lukacz, E.S., Foster, H.E., Cen, L., Landis, J.R., Kusek, J.W., Nyberg, L.M. & Interstitial Cystitis Collaborative Research Network. (2011). Early termination of a trial of mycophenolate mofetil for treatment of interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome: Lessons learned. Journal of Urology 185(3),901-906.
  4. Foster, H.E. Jr, Hanno, P.M., Nickel, J.C., Payne, C.K., Mayer, R.D., Burks, D.A., Yang, C.C., Chai, T.C., Kreder, K.J., Peters, K.M., Lukacz, E.S., FitzGerald, M.P., Cen, L., Landis, J.R., Propert, K.J., Yang, W., Kusek, J.W., Nyberg, L.M. & Interstitial Cystitis Collaborative Research Network. (2010). Effect of amitriptyline on symptoms in treatment naïve patients with interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome. Journal of Urology 183(5),1853-1858.
  5. Hartmann, K.E., McPheeters, M.L., Biller, D.H., Ward, R.M., McKoy, J.N., Jerome, R.N., Micucci, SR, Meints L., Fisher, J.A., Scott, T.A., Slaughter, J.C., & Blume, J.D. (2009). Treatment of overactive bladder in women. Evid Rep Technol Assess (Full Rep). (187),1-120.
  6. American Urological Association (AUA), Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction (SUFU), (2012) Adult Urodynamics Guideline.
Research Publications, Non-Peer Reviewed
  1. Newman, D.K. (2010). Prevention and management of catheter-associated UTIs. Infectious Disease Special Edition, Sept. 13-20.
  2. Newman, D.K. (2009). CAUTIon: Carefully manage indwelling urinary catheters. CMS Solutions, 20-22.
  3. Newman, D.K. (2009). Urinary incontinence in older adults. The Resident Assistant 10(3):1,4.
  4. Newman, D.K. (2007). Nonsurgical solutions for POP. Nursing Spectrum, 12-13.
  5. Newman, D.K., Staskin D. (2006). Optimizing therapeutic outcomes in patients with overactive bladder. RN Urology Edition, Aug. 2-7.
  6. Newman, D.K. (2006). F-315: Tag daze. McKnight’s Long –Term Care News. 40-42.
  7. Hanno, P.M., Klay, M., Newman, D.K., Smith, D.A., & Thompson, D.L. (2006). Implications of new guidance from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services on the management of urinary incontinence. Long Term Care Consultant, 4(1),4-15.
  8. Newman, D.K. (2006). Assessing the patient for OAB in primary care. Clinical Advisor, Suppl,21.
  9. Newman, D.K. (2006). Case study: A 74-year-old minister with BPH. Clinical Advisor, Suppl,19-20.
  10. Newman, D.K. (2005). Case study: Symptoms of OAB in a BPH patient. Clinical Advisor, Suppl,19-20.
  11. Newman, D.K. (2005). Case study: The trouble with urgency: Sudden and unpredictable. Clinical Advisor, Suppl,21-22.
  12. Newman, D.K. (2005). Urinary incontinence and indwelling catheters: CMS guidance for long term care. ECPN, 50-56.
  13. Staskin, D.R., & Newman, D.K., Taylor, P. Management of overactive bladder. (2005). Clinical Advisor, Suppl,3-15.
  14. Newman, D.K. (2002). Changing incontinence nursing care through the regulatory process. ECPN, 1, 13.
  15. Newman, D.K. (2001). The use of bladder volume for assessment and treatment of bladder dysfunction in long-term care. ECPN, (73),10-11.
  16. Newman, D.K. (2001). Conservative management of urinary incontinence in women. Primary Care Update for Ob/Gyns, 8(4),153-162.
  17. MacDiarmid, S., Newman, D.K., Valuck, R., Granville, L., Lipsky, M., & Woodman, P. (2000). Bladder control problems. VHSJ, 5(CME/CE Suppl 5),2-32, 2000.
  18. Newman, D.K. (1998). Controversies in incontinence. The Clinical Letter for Nurse Practitioners, 2(6),1- 8.
  19. Smith, D.A.J., & Newman, D.K. (1990). Urinary incontinence: A problem often not assessed or treated. Focus on Geriatric Care and Rehabilitation, 3(10),1-8.
  20. Smith, D.A., & Newman, D.K. (1989). Beating the cycle of constipation, laxative abuse, and fecal incontinence. Today’s Nursing Home, 12-13.
Abstracts (Last 10 Years)
  1. Newman DK & Wein, AJ. Survey of Urology Utilization of Advanced Practice Providers for Cystoscopy and Prostate Needle Biopsy Procedures. Poster Presentation, Society of Urology Nurses and Associates 43st Annual Conference, Washington DC, Nov, 2012.
  2. Newman DK . Evidence-Based Care to Decrease CAUTIs: A Capstone Project. Poster Presentation, American Association of Nurse Practitioners 27th  Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, June, 2012.
  3. Newman DK,   Results of a hospital-wide initiative to decrease CAUTIs.  Poster Presentation, 39th Annual Educational Conferences & International Meeting, Association of Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC), San Antonio, TX, June, 2012.
  4. Newman DK,   Results of a hospital-wide initiative to decrease CAUTIs.  Poster Presentation, 39th Annual Educational Conferences & International Meeting, Association of Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC), San Antonio, TX, June, 2012.
  5. Foster-Change S, Newman DK. Analysis of a survey of seniors attending a bladder health promotion program. Poster Presentation, The Nursing Research Council, Philadelphia VA Medical Center, June 2011.
  6. Newman D, Foster-Change S. Analysis of a survey of seniors attending a bladder health promotion program. Poster Presentation, 41st Annual Conference, Boston, MA, Oct. 2010.
  7. Newman DK, Koochaki P. Characteristics and impact of sleep disruption in women with overactive bladder (OAB). American Geriatrics Society (AGS) 2010 Annual Scientific Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 2010. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 58(4 Suppl):S69, Apr. 2010.
  8. Newman DK, Rudy DC, Dmochowski RR, Caramelli KE, Thomas H, Hoel G, Hanno PM. Effect of oxybutynin chloride topical gel on quality of life in women with overactive bladder. Poster Presentation,
    Winter Meeting, Society for Urodynamics and Female Urology, Tampa, FL, Feb. 2010.
  9. Newman D, Koochaki P. Sleep disruption in women with overactive bladder (OAB): Characteristics and impact. Poster Presentation, Winter Meeting, Society for Urodynamics and Female Urology, Tampa, FL, Feb. 2010.
  10. Newman D, Green L. Patients’ experience with Darifenacin: results of a community-based survey in overactive bladder patients. Poster Podium Presentation, Winter Meeting, Society for Urodynamics and
    Female Urology, Tampa, FL, Feb. 2010.
  11. Newman D, Koochaki P. Characteristics and impact of interrupted sleep in women with overactive bladder (OAB). Poster Presentation, Society of Urology Nurses and Associates, 40th Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, Oct. 2009.
  12. Newman DK, Larson-Peters A, Seifu Y, Larson-Peters A, Aronstein W, Mongay L. Impact of ‘dry days’ on quality of life in patients with ‘wet’ overactive bladder: results of a pooled analysis of three phase III studies with Darifenacin. Poster Presentation, International Continence Society Scientific Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Sept. 2009.
  13. Newman DK, Koochaki P, Fix D. Darifenacin provides meaningful improvements to patients dissatisfied with oxybutynin or tolterodine therapy. Non-discussion Poster, International Continence Society,
    Scientific Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Sept. 2009.
  14. Newman DK, Sand PK, Caramelli KE, Thomas H. Effects of oxybutynin chloride topical gel on quality of life in adults with overactive bladder. Poster Presentation, NADONA, National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care, Phoenix, AZ, July 2009.
  15. Newman DK, Koochaki P, Fix D. Self-reported benefits with Darifenacin with overactive bladder patients dissatisfied with Tolterodine or Oxybutynin. Poster Presentation, International Urogynecological Association, 34th Annual Meeting Como, Italy, June 2009.
  16. Newman DK, Seifu Y, Larson-Peters A, Rolli M. Effects of Darifenacin on dry days in OAB patients with urinary incontinence (wet OAB patients). Podium Presentation, International Urogynecological Association, 34th Annual Meeting Como, Italy, June 2009.
  17. Newman DK, Sand PK, Caramelli KE, Thomas H, Hoel G. Quality of life in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of oxybutynin chloride topical gel treatment of patients with overactive bladder. Poster Presentation, International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, 14th Annual International Meeting, Orlando, FL, June 2009.
  18. Newman DK, Koochaki P, Fix D. OAB patient survey: Meaningful treatment benefits from Darifenacin in patients dissatisfied with prior antimuscarinic therapy (tolterodine and oxybutynin). Podium Presentation, Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates, Annual Incontinence & Pelvic Floor Disorders Symposium, San Francisco, CA, Mar. 2009.
  19. Newman DK, Dahl NV, Thomas H. Oxybutynin chloride topical gel, A new treatment for overactive bladder: Application time and equivalence of different application site. Podium Presentation, Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates, Annual Incontinence & Pelvic Floor Disorders Symposium, San Francisco, CA, Mar. 2009.
  20. Newman D, Aronstein WS, Seifu Y, Larson-Peters A, Mongay L. Effect of Darifenacin on number of dry days and incontinence episodes/pad usage in ‘wet’ overactive bladder patients. Poster Presentation, Winter Meeting, Society for Urodynamics and Female Urology, Las Vegas, NV, Feb. 2009.
  21. Newman D, Aronstein WS, Seifu Y, Larson-Peters A, Mongay L. Effect of Darifenacin on number of dry days and incontinence episodes/pad usage in ‘wet’ overactive bladder patients. Poster Presentation, Winter Meeting, Society for Urodynamics and Female Urology, Las Vegas, NV, Feb. 2009.
  22. Newman DK, Caramelli KE, Stanworth S, Volinn W, Hoel G. Oxybutynin chloride topical gel for overactive bladder: Effects of showering, sunscreen, and person-to-person transference. Poster
    Presentation, Society of Urology Nurses and Associates, 39th Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, Oct. 2008.
  23. Newman DK, Zinner NR, Dahl NV. Treatment of overactive bladder in the elderly: Safety and participant satisfaction with transdermal oxybutynin. Poster Presentation, Society of Urology Nurses and Associates, 39th Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, Oct. 2008.
  24. Newman D, Aronstein WS, Seifu Y, Larson-Peters A, Mongay L. Darifenacin’s effectiveness in OAB wet patients as measured by dry days. Poster Presentation, Society of Urology Nurses and Associates, 39th Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, Oct. 2008.
  25. Newman DK, Ruscin M, Dahl NV. Safety and effectiveness of transdermally delivered oxybutynin for overactive bladder in adults also taking antidementia medications. Poster Presentation, NADONA, National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care, Nashville, TN, June 2008.
  26. Zinner, NR, Newman, DK, Dahl, NV. Treatment of overactive bladder in the elderly: safety and participant satisfaction with transdermal oxybutynin, Poster Presentation, 60th Annual Scientific Meeting, Gerontological Society of America; San Francisco, CA, November, 2007.
  27. Newman, D.K., Monaghan, C Saltzstein Wooldridge, L. Tolerability and patient-reported satisfaction with transdermal oxybutynin in adults previously treated for overactive Bladder, Poster Presentation, Society of Urologic Nurses & Associates, 38th Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ, October, 2007.
  28. Newman, DK, McIlwain, M, Dahl, D.V Satisfaction with transdermal oxybutynin treatment in elderly individuals with overactive bladder, National Conference of Gerontological Nurse Practitioners Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, September, 2007.
  29. Stewart W, Hirsch A, Blaivas J, Newman D, Payne C, Fitzgerald, MP, Burgio KL, Cundiff G, Dilley A, Minassian V. Variation in incontinence and overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms in a population based longitudinal study, Poster Presentation, Abstract 135, International Continence Society Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, August, 2007.
  30. Minassian V, Newman D, Blaivas J, Fitzgerald M, Payne C, Cundiff G, Burgio K, Dilley A, Hirsch A, Stewart W. The impact of variation in symptoms of overactive bladder on changes in adaptive behavior in a population based longitudinal study, Poster Presentation, Abstract 134, International Continence Society Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, August, 2007.
  31. Newman, D.K., McIlwain, M., Dahl, NV. Use of absorbent pads by elderly individuals with overactive bladder treated with transdermal oxybutynin, Poster Presentation. NADONA, Las Vegas, NV, June, 2007.
  32. Newman, D.K., Kennelly, MJ, Lemack, GE; McIlwain, M. Transdermal oxybutynin treatment for neurogenic bladder: patient safety and quality of life, Poster Presentation, Wound Ostomy Continence Nurses Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, June, 2007.
  33. Zinner, N.R., Naden C., Newman, DK., Dahl, NV. Effect of Transdermal Oxybutynin on Quality of Life in Elderly Patients with Overactive Bladder, Poster Presentation, 59th Annual Scientific Meeting, Gerontological Society of America; Dallas, TX, November, 2006.
  34. Newman, D.K., Dahl N.V. Incremental effect of education on quality of life in patients treated with transdermal oxybutynin,Poster Presentation, Society of Urologic Nurses & Associates 37th Annual
    Conference, Kansas City, MO, October, 2006.
  35. Newman, D.K., Monaghan C., Hanes, C, McIlwain M. Do patient education materials enhance treatment for overactive bladder with transdermal oxybutnin? MATRIX study results, Poster Presentation, National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health Conference, Las Vegas, NV, September, 2006.
  36. Newman, D.K., Monaghan, C., Dahl, N.V. Quality of life and safety following treatment with transdermal oxybutynin in patients 85 years and older with overactive bladder, Poster Presentation, NADONA, St Louis, MO, June, 2006.
  37. Newman, D.K., Monaghan, C., Dahl, N.V. Comparing the effect of transdermal oxybutynin on quality of life in patients older and younger than 75 years with overactive bladder: Results from the MATRIX study, Poster Presentation, NADONA, St Louis, MO, June, 2006.
  38. Newman, D.K., Dahl, N.V. Effects of treatment with transdermal oxybutynin on quality of life: Results from the MATRIX study, Poster Presentation, National Conference for Nurse Practitioners and Acute Care Clinicians, Philadelphia, PA, May, 2006.
  39. Newman, D.K., Cafiero, M. Woolridge, L., M , Maloney-Monaghan, C. Do personal relationships improve in adults with overactive bladder who are treated with transdermal oxybutynin? Analysis of MATRIX results, Poster Presentation, Annual Symposium, Disorders of the Bladder, Bowel and Pelvic Floor, Society
    of Urologic Nurses & Associates, New York, NY, March, 2006.
  40. Newman, D.K. & Dmochowski, R.E. Communication between health care providers and women with overactive bladder: Results from a large-scale survey, Oral Research Presentation, 35th Annual Conference, Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates, Orlando, FL, October. 2004.
  41. Newman, D.K. & Dmochowski, R.E. Factors influencing treatment-seeking behavior by women with overactive bladder: Results from a large-scale survey, Oral Research Presentation, 35th Annual Conference, Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates, Orlando, FL, October, 2004.
  42. Newman, D.K. Report of a qualitative mail survey of women with bladder control disorders, Poster Presentation, 35th Annual Conference, Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates, Orlando, FL, October, 2004.
  43. Nitti, V and Newman, D.K. Transdermal oxybutynin in the treatment of adults with overactive bladder: Pooled analysis of results from Pivotal clinical trials, Poster Presentation, 35th Annual Conference, Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates, Orlando, FL, October, 2004.
  44. Newman, D.K. Impact of health care provider communication on patients with overactive bladder: Results from a large –scale study, Poster Presentation, 19th Annual National Conference, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, New Orleans, LA, June, 2004.
  45. Newman, D.K. & Dmochowski, R.R. Patient-provider communication: A barrier to effective overactive bladder treatment, Poster Presentation, 36th Annual Wound, Ostomy Continence Conference, Tampa, FL, June, 2004.
  46. Newman, D.K. & Dmochowski, R.R. Effects of overactive bladder on women in the workplace, Poster Presentation, 36th Annual Wound, Ostomy Continence Conference, Tampa, FL, June, 2004.
  47. Newman, D.K. Report of a mail survey of women with bladder control disorders A sense of urgency, Poster Presentation, The Annual Symposium, Disorders of the Bladder, Bowel and Pelvic Floor, Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates, Chicago, IL, March, 2004.
  48. Newman, D.K. & Dmochowski, R.R. Multiple aspects of the social impact of overactive bladder: results from a national survey, Poster Presentation, Society of Urodynamic and Female Urology Annual Meeting, Scottsdale, AZ, February, 2004.
  49. Palmer, M.P, Newman, D.K., Mason, D.J. Dissemination project for state of the science on urinary incontinence, Poster Presentation, Academy of Nursing’s 30th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, November, 2003.
  50. Newman, D.K. Impact of tolerability on patient compliance, Podium Presentation: Invited Research and Clinical/Practice Abstract Presentation, 18th Annual National Conference, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, Anaheim, CA, June, 2003.
  51. Newman, D.K. Patient perceptions on new therapeutic options for the control of overactive bladder,”Poster Presentation, 34th Annual Conference, Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates (SUNA), San Antonio, TX, March, 2003.
  52. DuBeau, C.E., Newman, D.K. Management of overactive bladder symptoms with the oxybutynin transdermal delivery system increases QoL in the female patient, Poster Presentation, 34th Annual Conference, Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates (SUNA), San Antonio, TX, March, 2003.
Books
  1. Rosenberg, M.T., & Newman, D.K. (2012). Urinary Incontinence and Overactive Bladder, First Edition.  Newtown, Pennsylvania: Handbooks in Health Care Company in press.
  2. Slack, A., Newman, D.K., & Wein, A.J. (2011). Fast Facts: Bladder Disorders, Second Edition. Oxford, United Kingdom: Health Press Limited.
  3. Newman, D.K., & Wein, A.J. (2009). Managing and Treating Urinary Incontinence, Second Edition. Baltimore: Health Professions Press.
  4. Newman, D.K., & Wein, A.J. (2004). Overcoming Overactive Bladder. Los Angeles: New Harbinger.
  5. Newman, DK. Pelvic Muscle Rehabilitation: Clinical Manual. Dover, NH: The Prometheus Group, 2003.
  6. Newman, DK. Managing and Treating Urinary Incontinence. Baltimore: Health Professions Press, 2002.
  7. Newman, D.K. Continence for Women: Research-Based Practice. Washington, DC: Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, 2000.
  8. Newman, D.K. The Urinary Incontinence Sourcebook. Los Angeles: Lowell House, 1997.
  9. Newman, D.K. The Urinary Incontinence Sourcebook, Second Edition. New York: McGraw Hill Publishing, 1999.
  10. Fantl, J.A., Newman, D.K., Colling, J. DeLancey, J.O.L., Keeys, C., Loughery, R., .............. Whitmore, K. (1996). Managing Acute and Chronic Urinary Incontinence, Clinical Practice Guideline, Quick Reference Guide for Clinicians, No 2, 1996 Update. Rockville, MD: US Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, AHCPR Publication No. 96-0686.
  11. Fantl, J.A., Newman, D.K., Colling, J. DeLancey, J.O.L., Keeys, C., Loughery, R., .............. Whitmore, K. (1996). Urinary Incontinence in Adults: Acute and Chronic Management, Clinical Practice Guideline, No 2, 1996 Update. Rockville, MD: US Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, AHCPR Publication No. 96-0682.
  12. Newman, D.K., & Smith, D.A.J. (1991). Geriatric Care Plans. Springhouse, PA: Springhouse Book Co.
Chapters, Editorials, Case Reports & Participation in Committee Reports
  1. Newman, D.K.  (2012). Urinary incontinence. In Gartley, CB, Klein, MR, Norton, C, Saltmarche, A. (Eds.): Managing Life with Incontinence, 27-48.
  2. Newman, D.K.  (2011). Urinary tract infections and hematuria[Monograph]. Primary Care Update in Urology.  American Urological Association, Linthicum, MD.
  3. Newman, D.K. (2010). Make incontinence your problem. [Editorial] Nursing & Residential Care. 12(6), 261.
  4. Newman, D.K. (2010). Tackling the stigma of incontinence: Promoting continence worldwide. In Cardozo L, Staskin D (Eds.): Textbook of Female Urology and Urogynecology, 3nd Edition. London, United Kingdom: Isis Medical Media, LTD, 52-56.
  5. Abrams, P., Andersson, K.E., Birder, L., Brubaker, L., Cardozo, L., Chapple, C., Cottenden, A., Davila, W., de Ridder, D, Dmochowski, R, Drake, M, Dubeau, C, Fry, C, Hanno, P, Smith, JH, Herschorn, S, Hosker, G, Kelleher, C., Koelbl, H., Khoury, S., Madoff, R., Milsom, I., Moore, K., Newman, D., Nitti, V., Norton, C., Nygaard, I., Payne, C., Smith, A., Staskin, D., Tekgul, S., Thuroff, J., Tubaro, A., Vodusek, D., Wein, A., Wyndaele, J.J,, and Members of Committees. (2010). Fourth International Consultation on Incontinence Recommendations of the International Scientific Committee: Evaluation and treatment of urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and fecal incontinence. Neurourology & Urodynamics. 29(1), 213-240.
  6. Newman, D.K., Ee, C.H., Gordon, D., Vasan, S.S., & Williams, K. (2009). Continence promotion, education & primary prevention. In Abrams P, Cardozo L, Khoury S, Wein A (Eds.): Incontinence: Proceedings from the 4th International Consultation on Incontinence. Plymouth UK: Health Publications, 1643-1684.
  7. Newman, D.K. (2009). Community awareness and education. In Badlani GH, Davila GW, Michel MC, de la Rosette JJMCH (Eds.): Continence: Current Concepts and Treatment Strategies. London: Springer- Verlag, Ltd, 521-532.
  8. Newman, D.K., Laycock, J. (2008). Clinical evaluation of the pelvic floor muscles. In Baessler K, Schussler B, Burgio KL, Moore KH, Norton PA, Stanton SL (Eds.): Pelvic Floor Re-education: Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition. London: Springer-Verlag, 91-104.
  9. Newman, D.K. (2007). Double taboos: Urinary and fecal incontinence. [Editorial] Ostomy Wound Management. 53(12),6-7.
  10. Newman, D.K., Preston, A.K., & Salazar, S. (2007). Moisture control, urinary and fecal incontinence and perineal skin management. In Krasner DL, Rode, Kane D (Eds.): Chronic Wound Care: A Clinical Source Book for Healthcare Professionals, 4th Edition. Wayne, PA: HMP Communications, 609-627.
  11. Newman, D.K. (2007). Nursing management: Renal and urologic problems. In Lewis SL, Heitkemper MM, Dirksen SR, Brien PG, Bucher L (Eds.): Medical Surgical Nursing Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems, 7th Edition. St. Louis: Mosby Elsevier, 1154-1196
  12. Newman, D.K. (2007). Conservative therapy for incontinence. In Goldman HB, Vasavada SP (Eds.): Female Urology: A Practical Clinical Guide. Totowa, NY: Humana Press, 63-79.
  13. Fonda, D., & Newman, D.K. (2006). Tackling the stigma of incontinence: Promoting continence worldwide. In Cardozo L, Staskin D (Eds.): Textbook of Female Urology and Urogyne-cology, 2nd Edition. London, United Kingdom: Isis Medical Media, LTD, 75-80.
  14. Newman, D.K. (2006). The roles of the continence nurse specialists. In Cardozo L, Staskin D (Eds.): Textbook of Female Urology and Urogynecology, 2nd Edition. London, United Kingdom: Isis Medical Media, LTD, 91-98.
  15. Newman, D.K. (2005). Challenge to change: CMS interpretive guidance - urinary incontinence and indwelling catheters. [Editorial] Ostomy/Wound Management 51(12), 6, 8.
  16. Newman, D.K., Denis L., Gruenwald I., Ee C.H., Millard R., Roberts R., Sampselle C., & Williams K. (2005). Promotion, education and organization for continence care. In Abrams P, Cardozo L, Khoury S, Wein A (Eds.): Incontinence: Proceedings from the 3rd International Consultation on Incontinence. Plymouth, United Kingdom: Health Publications, 35-72.
  17. Newman, D.K. (2005). Behavioral treatments. In Vasavada SP, Appell RA, Sand PK, Raz S (Eds.): Female Urology, Urogynecology, and Voiding Dysfunction. New York: Marcel Dekker, 233-266.
  18. Newman, D.K. (2004). Lifestyle interventions. In Bourcier AP, McGuire EJ, Abrams P (Eds.): Pelvic Floor Disorders. Philadelphia: Elsevier Saunders, 269-276.
  19. Newman, D.K. (2004). Guidance on urinary incontinence. [Editorial] Ostomy/Wound Management 50(12),8.
  20. Newman, D.K., Denis, L., Gartley, C.B., Gruenwald, I., Lim, P.H.C., Millard, R., & Roberts, R. (2002). Promotion, education and organization for continence care. In Abrams P, Cardozo L, Khoury S, Wein A (Eds.): Incontinence: Proceedings from the 2nd International Consultation on Incontinence. Plymouth UK: Health Publications, 937-964.
  21. Gallo, M., Newman, D.K., & Sasso, K.C. (2001). The evolution of continence nurse specialists. In Staskin D, Cardozo L (Eds.): Textbook of Female Urology and Urogynecology. London, United Kingdom: Isis Medical Media, LTD, 65-80.
  22. Newman, D.K., Wallace, D.W., & Wallace, J. (2001). Moisture control and incontinence management. In Krasner DL, Rode & Kane D (Eds.): Chronic Wound Care: A Clinical Source Book for Healthcare Professionals, Third Edition. Wayne, PA: HMP Communications, 653-659.
  23. Newman, D.K. (1999). Entering the 21st century: Moving incontinence treatment options to the forefront. [Editorial] Ostomy/ Wound Management 45(12),5-6.
  24. Newman, D.K. (1998). Gearing up for changes at HCFA: Get involved and make a difference. [Editorial] Ostomy/ Wound Management 4(12),4-8.
  25. Newman, D.K. (1998). Bladder control requires active management. [Commentary] Journal of Women’s Health 7(4),425-426.
  26. Newman, D.K. (1997). Educating the masses. [Editorial] Ostomy/Wound Management 43(10).6, 8.
  27. Fritzinger, K.C.M., Newman, D.K., Dinkin, E. (1997). Use of a pessary for the management of pelvic organ prolapsed. [Case Report] Lippincott’s Primary Care Practice 1(4),431-436.
  28. Newman, D.K., Parente, C.A., & Yuan, J.R. (1997). Implementing the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research Urinary Incontinence Guidelines in a home health agency. In Harris MD (Ed.): Handbook of Home Health Care Administration, Second Edition. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Publications, 394-403.
  29. Newman, D.K., Wallace, D.W., & Wallace, J. (1997). Moisture control and incontinence management. In Krasner D, Kane D (Eds.): Chronic Wound Care. Wayne, PA: Health Management Publications, Inc, 196-201.
  30. Newman, D.K. (1997). How much society pays for urinary incontinence. [Editorial] Ostomy/ Wound Management 43(1):18-20, 22, 24-25.
  31. Newman, D.K. (1997). Urinary health. [Guest Editor] Lippincott’s Primary Care 1(4):355-458.
  32. Newman, D.K. (1996). Program and practice management for the advanced practice nurse. In Hamric AB, Spross JA, Hanson CM (Eds.): Advanced Nursing Practice. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 545-568.
  33. Smith, D.A., Newman, D.K., McDowell, B.J., &Burgio, L.D. (1992). Reduction of incontinence among elderly in a long-term care setting. In Funk SG, Tomquist EM, Champagne MT, Wiese R-A (Eds.): Key Aspects of Elder Care. New York: Springer Publishing Company, 196-205.
  34. Smith, D.A., & Newman, D.K. (1990). The role of the continence nurse specialists. In Jeter K. (Ed.): Nursing for Continence. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Co., 267-272.
  35. Newman, D.K., & Smith D.A. (1990). Urinary incontinence. In Patient Teaching Loose Leaf Library. Springhouse, PA: Springhouse Corp., 77-90.
  36. Kaschak, D. (1985). Anticipating transplant rejection. In Immune Disorders. Springhouse, PA: Springhouse Publishing Company.
Alternative Media
  1. Newman, DK. Intermittent catheterization and urinary tract infections. Bladdernews. Vol 13, Summer 2011.
  2. Kobashi K, Burgio KL, Gormley EA, Lightner DJ, Mueller ER, Newman D, Scarpero HM. Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) Panel Monograph. Physician/ Healthcare Provider Pocket Guide: A Patient’s Guide. AUA Foundation, May 2011.
  3. Newman DK. CaUTI center. Catheter-associated urinary tract infections. Webcast Series, UroToday, www.urotoday.com, 2010.
  4. Jaffe W, Newman DK. Beyond prostate cancer treatment: Overcoming obstacles: Incontinence. Bladder Health Webinar Series, AUA Foundation, May 2010.
  5. Newman DK. A migraine of the bladder. [Interview] Nursing Spectrum 5.28-29, Nov. 2009.
  6. Newman DK, Smith A, Muller N, Gartley C, Norton N. Women controlling continence. AUA Foundation Bladder Health Webinar Series, June 2009.
  7. Newman DK. Always looking for a bathroom? [Interview] Bottom Line 23(5):3-5, May 2009.
  8. Hanno PH, Newman DK. Urinary tract infections. Bladder Health Webinar Series, AUA Foundation, Jan. 2009.
  9. Hanno PH, Newman DK. Urinary tract infections. Bladder Health Webinar Series, AUA Foundation, Jan. 2009.
  10. Newman DK. The health problem women won’t talk about. [Interview] Ladies Home Journal 92, 95-98, Jan. 2009.
  11. Dmochowski R, Newman DK. Incontinence. Bladder Health Webinar Series, AUA Foundation, Dec. 2008.
  12. Newman DK. Incontinence: A hidden condition. [Interview] USA Today 5,28-29, June 2008.
  13. Newman DK. Bladder 101. [Interview] O - The Oprah Magazine 124, Aug. 2007.
  14. Newman DK. Urinary problems. [Consultant] Consumer Reports On Health 17(12):5-8, 2005.
  15. Newman DK. Back in control. Better Homes 274-275, Sept. 2004.
  16. Newman DK. Managing bladder dysfunction with products and devices. Family Urology 9(2):9-12, Summer 2004.
  17. Newman DK. Incontinence: Don’t let it stop you. Special Living 30-36, Fall 2003.
  18. Newman DK. Incidence, prevalence, and quality of life. The Female Patient [Suppl]:3-4, June 2003.
  19. Newman DK. Urinary incontinence. [Teleconference] US Department of Health and Human Services, Health Care Financing Administration, Health Standards and Quality Bureau, Baltimore, MD, Jan. 1997.
  20. Newman DK. How society pays for urinary incontinence. [Press Conference] Bladder Control: Let's Talk about Bladder Control for Women. National Institutes of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, Bethesda, MD, Jan. 1997.
  21. Newman DK. Contributor to Incontinence on the Web, through “Incontinence Center,” found on WellnessPartners, The Patient’s Network, a comprehensive health and wellness site and one of the Top Ten sites found on the Internet for consumers. www.seekwellness.com
  22. Newman DK. Contributor to Content Expert, WebMD’s Moderated Health Exchange on Incontinence and OAB (http://exchanges.webmd.com/incontinence-and-oab-exchange).
  23. Newman DK. Treating urinary incontinence. Videotape produced for Family Health Media, 1994.
  24. Newman DK, Smith D. Femina™ vaginal cone. Videotape and Written Instructions, Dacomed, 1992.
  25. Newman DK, Smith DA, Diokno A. Urinary problems requiring long-term nursing management. Videotape and Written Monograph, Bard Urology Education Program, CEU Program, 1991.
  26. Pires M, Lockhart-Pretti P, Smith DA, Newman DK. Continence. CEU Program Videotapes and Audio Modules, the Rehabilitation Nursing Foundation of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses
    Faculty, 1991.
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