*McCain, G.C., Del Moral, T., Duncan, R.C., Fontaine, J. L., & Diaz-Pino, L. (2012. Transition from gavage to nipple feeding for preterm infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia. Nursing Research, 61, 380-387.
*McCain, G.C., Knupp, A.M., Fontaine, J.L., Pino, L.D., & Vasquez, E.P. (2010). Heart rate variability responses to nipple feeding for preterm infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia: Three case studies. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 25, 215-220.
*Cong, X., Ludington-Hoe, S. M., McCain, G., & Pingfu, Fu. (2009). Kangaroo care modifies preterm infant heart rate variability in response to heel stick pain: Pilot study. Early Human Development, 85, 561-567.
*De Santis, J.P., Colin, J.M., Vasquez, E.P., & McCain, G.C.
(2008). The relationship of depressive symptoms, self-esteem, and sexual behaviors in a predominately hispanic sample of men who have sex with men. American Journal of Men’s Health, 2, 314-321.
(2007). Breastfeeding the infant with cleft defects, congenital heart defects, down syndrome and hypotonia. In R.R. Wieczzorek, & M.C. Freda (Eds), Breastfeeding the infant with special needs
(2nd ed., pp. 43 – 53). White Plaines, New York: March of Dimes.
*Scarborough, D.R., Boyce, S., McCain, G.
, Oppenheimer, S., August, A., & Strinjas,
J.N. (2006). Abnormal physiological responses to touch among children with persistent feeding difficulties. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 48
., Fuller, E.O., & Gartside, P.S. (2005). Heart rate variability and feeding bradycardia in healthy preterm infants during transition from gavage to oral feeding. Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews
, 5, 124-132.
*McCain, G. C
., Ludington-Hoe, S.M., Swinth, J.Y., & Hadeed, A.J. (2005). Heart rate variability responses of a preterm infant to kangaroo care. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 6,
*Brady, N., & McCain G.C.
(November, 2004). Living with Schizophrenia: A family perspective. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing
. Available: http://nursingworld.org/ojin/hirsh/topic4/tcp4_2.htm
(2003). An evidence based guideline for introducing oral feedings to healthy preterm infants. Neonatal Nursing The Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 22,
*Zink, K.A., & McCain, G.C
Post traumatic stress disorder in children and adolescents with motor vehicle related injuries. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, 8,
& Gartside, P.S. (2002). Behavioral responses of preterm infants to a standard-care and semi-demand feeding protocol. Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews, 2,
, Gartside, P.S., Greenberg, J.M. & Lott, J.W. (2001). A feeding protocol that shortens time to oral feeding. Journal of Pediatrics, 139,
*Tobias, N.E., & McCain, G.C.
(2001). A comparison of two enuresis alarms. Urologic Nursing, 21,
(2001). The institutional review board, Central Lines, 17, 8.
(2000). Using research in clinical practice: Types of knowledge for use in nursing practice. Central Lines, 16, 23-24.
Selected Published Abstract
(2013). Feeding proficiency and efficiency for preterm infants with BP.24th International Nursing Research Congress/Sigma Theta Tau International Proceedings.
(2013). Behavioral Responses to nipple feeding inpreterm infants with BPD. 25th Annual Eastern Nursing Research Society’s Scientific Sessions Book of Proceedings.
*McCain, G.C. &
Duncan, R. (2012). Heart rate variability in preterm infants with BPD during transition from gavage to nipple feeding. 24th Annual Eastern Nursing Research Society’s Scientific Sessions Book of Proceedings, p. 323.
, Del Moral, T., Loucas, J., Duncan, R. (2011). Test of a feeding protocol for preterm infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia. Sigma Theta Tau International’s 22nd International Nursing Research Congress Proceedings.
*McCain, G. C.
& Ullmann, S. G. (2011). Efficacy and cost effectiveness of a feeding intervention for preterm infants with BPD. 25th Annual Conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society Proceedings.
., del Moral, T., Loucas, J., & Diaz-Pino, L. (2010). Test of a feeding protocol for Preterm Infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia. 24th Annual Conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society Proceedings.
PhD: Case Western Reserve University
MS: Nursing, University of New York at Buffalo
MA: Kent State University
BA: Baldwin Wallace College