Yondell Masten | Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Yondell Masten

Yondell Masten

PhD, RN, WHNP-BC, RNC-OB
Professor
Florence Thelma Hall Endowed Chair for Excellence in Women's Health
Associate Dean for Outcomes Management and Evaluation

 

  • Women’s health, including pregnancy
  • Ashcraft, A. S., & Masten, Y. (2018, October). Society of Clinical Research Associates, TTUHSC Clinical Research Institute, Lubbock, Texas, “Predatory Publishers Update: Are They Still Around?”
  • Masten, Y. (2017, June). Summer 2017 Medical Student Research Program, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, Texas, “The Dark Side of Dissemination: Implications for Publishing in Predatory Journals”.
  • Masten, Y., & Song, H. (2017, April). Society of Behavioral Medicine, 38th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions, San Diego, California, "Enhanced Prenatal Care Using Community Health Workers," Accepted.
  • Masten, Y., Jenkins, M. R., Casanova, R. A., Sleeper Irons, R. B., Bergeson, S. E., Dufour, J. M., Winner, M., Jones, B. G., Williams, S. C., Cheon, & Jongol, S. M. (2016, September). National Conference on Women's Health Research - Sex Differences Across the Lifespan: A Focus on Metabolism, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado, "Poster Presentation: Sex and Gender-Specific Health Online Multimedia Case-Based Learning," Accepted.
  • Masten, Y., & Song, H. (2016, April). Third Annual Cultural Inclusion Institute, The University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas, “Maternity Care Home Model Interventions to Address Social Determinants of Health Among Medicaid-Enrolled Clients.
  •  Masten, Y., Bruce, K., Jenkins, M. R., & Casanova, R. A. (2015, April). Twenty-Third Annual Women's Health Congress, Washington, DC, "HORIZONTAL INTEGRATION AND INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES," Accepted.
  • Masten, Y. (2015, November). Texas Nurses Association, District 18, Lubbock. Texas, "Predatory Journals: What is the Cost of T, P, R?" published elsewhere, Accepted.
  • Masten, Y., & Ashcraft, A. S. (2015, October). MSN Council Retreat, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing, Lubbock, Texas, “Predatory Journals: What is the Cost for T, P, R?”
  • Masten, Y. (2015, August). Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Faculty, TTUHSC Office of Research, Lubbock, Texas, “Predatory Journals: What is the Cost?”
  • Masten, Y., & Garcia, M. (2015, June). Healthy Texas Babies a Life Course Conference, Texas Department of State Health Services, Houston, Texas, "Home Visitation Programs Promote Healthy Babies in West Texas," Accepted.
  • Masten, Y., & Ashcraft, A. (2015, May). Texas Clinical Nurse Specialist Annual Conference, Texas Clinical Nurse Specialists, Austin Texas, "The Dark Side of Dissemination: Predatory Journals," published in proceedings, Accepted.
  • Masten, Y., & Olson, C. (2015, March). Child Abuse Conference, Covenant Medical System, Lubbock, Texas, "Home Visitation Resources and Prevention of Child Abuse," Invited.
  • Ashcraft, A. S., & Masten, Y. (2015, January). AACN Doctoral Conference, American Association of Colleges of Nursing, San Diego, California, "The Dark Side of Dissemination: Predatory Journals," Accepted.
  • Masten, Y., & Ashcraft, A.,S. (2017).  Due diligence in the open-access explosion era: Choosing a reputable journal for publication.  Oxford University Press, FMS Microbiology Letters, Volume 364, Issue 21, 15 November, 2017, fnx206, https://doi.org/10.1093/femsle/fnx206
  • Masten, Y., & Ashcraft, A. S. (2016). The dark side of dissemination: Traditional and open access versus predatory journals. Wolters Kluwer, Volume 37(Issue 5), 275-277. doi:10.1097/01.NEP.0000000000000064
  • Ashcraft, A. S., Boswell, C. A., Masten, Y., Rogge, M. M., Bruce, K. E., Branham, S. W., & Guenther, J. L. (2015). Teaching graduate students evidence-based practice. In L. Caputi (Ed.) Innovations in nursing education: Building the future of nursing education (First ed., pp. 67-72). New York, New York: Wolters Kluwer.