NIDCAP® Master Trainer 2006-present
Director of Interdisciplinary Training, JFK Partners, Department of Pediatrics, University of Colorado, 2006- Present
Facultyappointment, Irving Harris Program for Child Development and Infant Mental Health, University of Colorado Department of Psychiatry, Aurora, Colorado, 2009-present
Neonatal & Infant Developmental Specialist, The Children's Hospital, Denver, Colorado, 1989 - Present
SCHOLARSHIPS AND PUBLICATIONS
Browne, J. (2010). Neurodevelopmental outcomes for childen with bronchopulmonary dysplasia. In S. Abman (Ed). Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia (Lung Biology in Health and Disease (Hardcover). Informa Healthcare: London, United Kingdom.
Browne, J. V., Talmi, A. and Immele, A. (2009). Family Guidebook. Publication of the Department of Developmental Disabilities, Early Intervention Colorado.
Browne, J. , Ross, E. (2002-2009 rev.). Manual for the Rocky Mountain Fragile Infant Feeding Institute. JFK Partners, Denver, Colorado.
Graven, S. and Browne, J. V. (2008), Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews Topic "Brain Development". Volume 8, Number 4; December.
Browne JV. Guest editorial. Evidence based developmental care for optimal babies' brain development. [Journal Article, Editorial] Neonatal, Paediatric & Child Health Nursing. 2007 Nov; 10(3): 2-3. (6 ref).
Browne, J. V. (2006) Premature infant development. In N. J. Salkind, Ed. The Encyclopedia of Human Development.. Sage Publications: New York.
Sizun, J. and Browne, J. (Eds) (2005). Research on Early Developmental Care for Preterm Infants. Paris: John Libbey Eurotext.
VandenBerg, K, Browne, J. V., Perez, L, and Newstetter, A. (2003). Getting to Know Your Baby. Special Start Training Program: Oakland, California.
Browne JV. New perspectives on premature infants and their parents. [Journal Article, Tables/Charts] Zero to Three. 2003 Nov; 24(2): 4-12.
Talmi, A. and Browne, J. V. (2003). Caregiver Contributions to Infant Organization Coding Manual.
Browne JV. Smith-Sharp S. FIRST -- preparing community professionals for family-centered, developmentally supportive practice. [Journal Article] Advances in Family-Centered Care. 2001 Summer; 7(1): 25-7.
Browne, J. (2000). Considerations for Touch and Massage in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Neonatal Network. 19 (1), 61-64.
Browne, J. (1999). Developmental Care Guidelines for practice. The Children’s Hospital, Denver, Colorado.
Browne, J., MacLeod, A.M., & Smith-Sharp, S. (1995). Family Infant Relationship Support Training (FIRST). Manual, national workshop for community professionals. The Children's Hospital: Denver, CO.
Browne, J. V. (1990). Maternal-preterm infant interaction in the intensive care unit: Intervention and coping style effects. University of New Mexico. Doctoral Dissertation.
Voyles, J. B. (1986). Chronic illness in childhood: An examination of perceived vulnerability and locus of control in children with long term illness. University of New Mexico. Master's Thesis.
Grants and Contracts:
WONDER Babies: Ways of Nurturing Development through Enhancing Relationships; Community Partnerships for Young Children with Special Health Care Needs and Their Families”; Ayelet Talmi, Joy V. Browne & Amanda Millar, Co-Investigators; The Colorado Trust; $35,000 for 12-05 to 8-06, $164,000 for 9-06 to 1-09, $186,260 for 2-15-09 to 8-15-11
HRSA Grant - “Social Network Analysis to Create Medical Homes and Enhance Systems of Care for Babies and Young Children with Special Health and Developmental Needs”; PIs – Ayelet Talmi (Mentee of Dr. Browne), Danielle Varda; $898,417, 2/1/2010 – 1/31/2013; Pending
NIDCAP training contracts -Joy V. Browne, Principal Contractor Presbyterian Hospital, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2007-2009, $115,000; Arnaud de Villeneuve Hospital, Montpellier, France, 2007, $10000; Memorial Hospital, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 2006-2008, $10,000; Erasme Hospital, Brussels, Belgium, 2007, $14,000;
Educational contracts through JFK Partners—IFSPs for Newborns and Young Infants, Colorado Department of Developmental Disabilities, 2007-2009, $10,000