Show The Graduate Center Menu

Eileen Gigliotti
Position: Deputy Executive Officer and Professor
Campus Affiliation: College of Staten Island
Phone: 718-982-3819
Degrees/Diplomas: RN, PhD
Research Interests: Social support, role stress and instrument development and validation

Professional Interests:

  • Measurement Issues

  • Social Support Measurement and Interventions

  • Women's Health and the Maternal Role

  • Neuman Systems Model and Nursing Theory Development

Primary Teaching:

  • Nursing Theory for Advanced Practice Nurses

  • Measurement in Nursing Research

Selected Publications:

  • Gigliotti, E. (in press). New advances in the use of the Neuman systems model in quantitative research. Nursing Science Quarterly.

  • Partlak-Gunusen, N., Ustun, B. & Gigliotti, E. (2009). Conceptualization of burnout from the perspective of the Neuman systems model. Nursing Science Quarterly. 22 (3). 200-204.

  • Ustun, B. & Gigliotti, E. (2009). Nursing research in Turkey. Nursing Science Quarterly. 22 (3). 206-208.

  • Lunney, M., Gigliotti, E., & McMorrow, ME. (2007). Tool development of evaluation of clinical nurse specialist competencies in graduate students: A pilot study. Clinical Nurse Specialist, 21 (3), 145-151.

  • Gigliotti, E. (2007). Improving external and internal validity of a model of midlife women's maternal-student role stress. Nursing Science Quarterly, .20, 161-170.

  • Skalski, C., DiGerolomo, L., & Gigliotti, E. (2006). Stressors in five client populations: Neuman systems model-based literature review. Journal of Advanced Nursing,56 (1), 69-78.

  • Gigliotti, E. (2006). A confirmatory factor analysis of situation-specific Norbeck Social Support Questionnaire items. Nursing Research, 55, 217-222.


  • BS

  • MA

  • PhD