Antoinette Barton-Gooden

Position: 
Lecturer
Education: 
MScN, BSc, RN, CEN
Research Interests: 
  • Sickle Cell Disease
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Physical Restraint
  • Patient Safety Issues/Outcomes
  • Leadership Issues
Publications: 

Papers in Peer-Reviewed Journals:

  1. Adeyemi-Adelanwa, O., Barton-Gooden, A., Dawkins, P., & Lindo, J. L. (2016). Attitudes of patients towards being cared for by male nurses in a Jamaican hospital. Applied Nursing Research, 29, 140-143.

  2. Asnani, M., Barton-Gooden, A., Grindley, M., & Knight-Madden, J. (2016). Utility of paediatric quality of life and revised illness perception questionnaires in adolescents with sickle cell disease. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 1-12. doi: 10.1080/17450128.2016.1139222

  3. Barton-Gooden, A., Dawkins, P. & Bennett, J. (2013). Physical restraint usage at a teaching hospital: A pilot study, Journal of Clinical Nursing Research. doi: 10.1177/1054773813493112.

  4. Forrester, A. B., Barton-Gooden, A., Pitter, C., & Lindo, J. L. (2015). The lived experiences of adolescents with sickle cell disease in Kingston, Jamaica. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 10. doi:  10.3402/qhw.v10.28104

  5. Knight-Madden, J.M., Barton-Gooden, A., Weaver, S.R., Reid, M., Greenough, A. (2013) “Mortality, asthma, smoking and acute chest syndrome in young adults with sickle cell disease.” Lung. Springer Publication, 191 (1): 95-100. doi: 10.1007/s00408-012-9435-3.

  6. Knight-Madden, J. & Barton-Gooden, A. (2009). “Contraceptive usage among Jamaican women with sickle cell disease”. Contraception, 80 (5): 474-478.

Letters:

  1. Barton-Gooden, A. (2010). New cardiovascular risk predictor QRISK2 [Letter to the editor]. British Medical Journal (On-line. June 8, 2010).

Published Abstracts:

  1. Adeyemi-Adelanwa, O., Barton-Gooden, A. & Lindo, JLM. (2011). Attitude of patients towards male nurses in a Jamaican hospital.  West Indian Medical Journal, 60(Suppl 4):1-54.

  2. Anderson-Roache, H., Barton-Gooden, A., Aiken, J., Brown-Brotherton, S., Lindo, JLM. & Bennett, J. (2011). Knowledge, attitude and practice of third year nursing students regarding needle-stick injuries. West Indian Medical Journal, 60(Suppl 4):1-54.

  3. Barton-Gooden, A., Burrell Anderson W., Hines Berry, C., Larmond, T., Anderson Lawrence,N., Jackson Scarlett, J.,  Smith, B., Walters, D., Kahwa, E., Bonaparte, B., Hewitt, H.H. (2006). People living with HIV/AIDS: Perception of nursing care during hospitalization.  West Indian Medical Journal, 55(Suppl 4):41.

  4. Gordon-King, V., Lindo, JML., Stanley, S. & Barton-Gooden, A. (2012). Factors contributing to medication errors among nurses at an urban hospital in Jamaica. West Indian Medical Journal, 61(Suppl 6):1-66.

  5. Grindley,M., Barton-Gooden, A., Asnani, M. & Knight-Madden, J. (2015). Assessing baseline disease knowledge among Jamaican adolescents with sickle cell disease (SCD). West Indies Medical Journal (Suppl) 1-75.

  6. McKay, K., Barton-Gooden, A., Aiken, J., Lindo, JLM. & Kahwa, E. (2012). Factors contributing to medication errors among nurses in the intensive care unit of a Jamaican hospital.  West Indian Medical Journal, 61(Suppl 6):1-66.

  7. Knight-Madden, JM., Barton-Gooden, A., Weaver, SR., Reid, M. & Greenough, A. (2012). Mortality, asthma, smoking and acute chest syndrome in young adults with sickle cell disease. West Indian Medical Journal, 61(Suppl 6):1-66.

Papers Presented (Oral Presentations):

  1. Barton-Gooden, A., Grindley, M., Asnani, M. & Knight-Madden, J. “Illness perceptions, quality of life and disease knowledge among Jamaican adolescents with sickle cell disease” The Annual Nursing and Midwifery Conference May 28-29, 2015.

  2. Grindley,M., Barton-Gooden, A., Asnani, M. & Knight-Madden, J. “Assessing baseline disease knowledge among Jamaican adolescents with sickle cell disease (SCD).” Faculty of Medical Schience (FMS) Research Conference 2014.

  3. Lawrence, E., Dawkins, P., Barton-Gooden, A. & Anderson-Johnson, P. "The practice of physical restraint usage among registered nurses on the medical floor of an acute care hospital in Jamaica". 24th Nursing and Midwifery Research Conference and 25th Mary J. Seivwright Day. UWI School of Nursing, May 29-30, 2014.

  4. Barton-Gooden, A., Dawkins, P. & Bennett, J. “Physical restraint usage at a teaching hospital: A pilot study”. The 23rd Annual Nursing and Midwifery Conference and 24th Annual Mary Seivwright Day, The UWI School of Nursing, Mona Campus, Kingston, Jamaica, May 30-31, 2013.

  5. Gordon King, V., Lindo, JLM., Stanley, S. & Barton Gooden, A. “ Factors contributing to medication errors among nurses at an urban hospital in Jamaica”. The 23rd Annual Nursing and Midwifery Conference and 24th Mary Seivwright Day, May 30-31, 2013.

  6. Barton-Gooden, A., Dawkins, P. & Bennett, J. “The use of physical restraint at the University Hospital of the West Indies: A pilot study.” UWI Research Day January 26, 2012. 

  7. Barton-Gooden, A., Burrell Anderson, W., Hines Berry, C., Larmond, T., Anderson Lawrence, N., Jackson Scarlett, J.,  Smith, B., Walters, D., Kahwa, E., Bonaparte, B. & Hewitt. HH. “People living with HIV/AIDS: Perception of nursing care during hospitalization.  20th Annual Nursing and Midwifery Research Conference & 21st Annual Mary Jane Seivwright Day. May 2009.   

Poster Presentations:

  1. McKay, K., Barton-Gooden, A., Lindo, JLM., Dawkins, P., & Kahwa, E. “ Factors contributing to medication administration errors among nurses in the intensive care unit of a hospital in Jamaica”, The 23rd Annual Nursing and Midwifery Conference and 24th Mary Seivwright Day, May 30-31, 2013.

  2. Barton-Gooden, A., Dawkins, P & Bennett, J. “ Physical restraint usage at a Type A teaching hospital: A pilot study”. Ministry of Health, 3rd Annual National Health Research Conference, “Health Systems Strengthening” Jamaica Pegasus Hotel, Kingston, Jamaica, November 22-23, 2012.

Funding/ Grant Support:

  1. 2014: Grant Recipient of the National Institute of Health/Caribbean Public Health Agency (NIH/CARPHA) Grant Writing and Scientific Peer-review Workshop. Grenada.

  2. 2013: The Principal’s New Initiative Programme Grant Award. Project: “An educational intervention to improve disease knowledge among adolescents with sickle cell disease”. Principal Investigator. Total: J$1,500,000.00

  3. 2011: The Global Health Research Initiative (GHRI), a collaborative research funding partnership of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the Canadian International Development Agency, the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Health Canada, and the Public Health Agency of Canada. Project: Strengthening Nurses’ Capacity in Research in Africa and the Caribbean. IDRC Grant number 103460-042. Total: J$205,415.00

  4. 2009: The Principal’s New Initiative Programme Grant Award 2009. Project: “A longitudinal study of lung disease in sickle cell patients.  UWI. Investigator. Total: J$1,589,756.00

Workshop Presentations

  1. 2016: Co-facilitator for Booster session on Motivational Interviewing, blog post, “A Proud Moment in Jamaica", https://behaviorchangeconsulting.wordpress.com/2016/05/16/a-proud-moment...

  2. 2016: Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (MI) for Healthcare workers. At the 26th Nursing & Midwifery Conference and 27th Mary J. Seivwright Day. May 25, 2016 at UWISON. Facilitators: Antoinette Barton-Gooden and Joy Crawford.

Panelist:

  1. 2014: Global Bridges Webinar panelist on International Nurses’ Day, May 12, 2014. “Nurses’ role in tobacco dependency treatment.” Co-panelists included Dr. Linda Sarna (UCLA) and Dr. Grace Wong (New Zealand).  http://www.tobaccofreenurses.org/events/mon-05122014-1300/nurses-force-c...

  2. 2012: Topic: Transforming Nursing Education in the Caribbean. Panelist at UWISON’s  22nd Annual Nursing and Midwifery Symposium. Link to presentation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mu-2eopagIg  

Editorial Board Membership:

  1. 2013: Manuscript reviewer for Clinical Nursing Research. University of Pennsylvania

  2. 2013: Reviewer for the 13th edition of Study Guide for Brunner and Suddarth's Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

    Chapter 62:  Management of Patient with Burns  

    Chapter 63: Assessment and Management of Patients With Eye and Vision Disorders

  3. 2012: Manuscript reviewer for Clinical Nursing Research. University of Pennsylvania