Clayton J. Shuman, Ph.D., MSN, RN

Clayton Shuman Portrait

Assistant Professor
Department of Systems, Populations and Leadership
Room 4162 400 NIB

University of Michigan School of Nursing
400 North Ingalls Building
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5482

Telephone: (734) 763-1302
Clayton Shuman is accepting new PhD students.

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Interests

  • Implementation Science
  • Maternal-Infant Health
  • Neonatal Intensive Care
  • Perinatal Substance Use
  • Art-Based Interventions

Dr. Shuman focuses on reducing health disparities and improving care for vulnerable populations (perinatal substances users, drug-exposed infants, sexual minorities, postpartum women, neonatal intensive care patients) to improve care delivery and outcomes. He utilizes implementation science frameworks and methods to improve implementation and receipt of best practices. He is an expert and reknown scientist for clinician and consumer implementation of evidence-based practices. He adopts novel approaches, like arts-based interventions, to motivate practice and behavioral change. In addition to these efforts, Dr. Shuman is an expert in creating clinical contexts that are more conducive to change and implementation. As such, he is a highly sought after speaker and consultant by many healthcare systems, companies, and leaders.

Current Research Grants and Programs

  • K08 Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development: Mom is Medicine: Mom is medicine: Implementing maternal-delivered nonpharmacologic care for neonatal opioid withdrawal (PI: Shuman, CJ), 2022-2027
  • R21 National Institute on Drug Abuse: Feasibility of an Arts-Based Intervention to Address Clinician Stigma and Improve Care for Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome (PI: Shuman, CJ), 2022-2024.
  • U-M Institute for Research on Women and Gender: Covid-19 M.A.M.A.S of Color Study: Mother-baby Attachment, Mood, Ability, and Support (PI: Shuman, CJ), 2021-2023.
  • National Institutes of Health Loan Repayment Program Awardee (Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development): Mom is medicine: Examining and testing implementation determinants and mechanisms to improve maternal-delivered care for opioid-exposed infants (PI: Shuman, CJ), 2020-2022

Teaching

Dr. Shuman’s teaching has taken numerous forms, including: classroom instruction, hands-on training and presentation with clinical units, workshops for faculty and healthcare leaders, webinars, student mentoring, and even wilderness and backcountry travel courses. To facilitate numerous learning preferences and to add dimension to his teaching, Dr. Shuman uses various teaching methods, such as, interactive lecture, group discussion, guided reading, written work, and student presentations. Dr. Shuman hopes that when students finish his courses, not only have they mastered the content, but are also better learners, critical thinkers, problem solvers, and leaders.

Affiliations / Service

  • Member, The Association for Multidisciplinary Education and Research in Substance use and Addiction, present
  • Member, Institute for Health Policy and Innovation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 2018-present
  • Member, Faculty Advisory Committee, Institute for Health Policy and Innovation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 2020-present
  • Member, Academy Health, 2015-present
  • Member, Midwest Nursing Research Society, 2015-present
  • Member, Sigma Theta Tau, 2011-present

Notable Awards / Honors

  • AMERSA Marianne Marcus Nursing Award, 2022
  • MNRS Health Systems, Policy, and Informations RIG Early Career Investigator Award, 2021
  • MNRS Health Systems, Policy, and Informatics RIG Dissertation Award, 2018
  • SAGE/WJNR Best Graduate Student Paper, 2017
  • Sigma Theta Tau Rising Star of Research, 2016
  • Huffman-Splane Emerging Nurse Leader (University of Toronto), 2018

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2017
  • MSN, Rush University, Chicago, 2012
  • BA, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, 2007

Publication Highlights

  • Shuman, C. J., Isaman, D. J., Morgan, M. E., Kukora, S. E., Rubyan, M., Veliz, P. T., & Boyd, C. (2022). Validity and reliability of the Modified Attitudes About Drug Use in Pregnancy Scale. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 51(3), 324-335.

  • Shuman, C.J., Peahl, A., Pareddy, N., Morgan, M., Chiangong, J., Veliz, P., & Dalton, V. (2022). Postpartum depression and associated risk factors during the COVID-19 pandemic. BMC Research Notes, 15(102).

  • Malin, K., Vance, A., Shuman, C., & Moore, T. (2021). Parents’ pandemic NICU experience: A qualitative study. BMC Pediatrics, 21(558).

  • Vance, A., Malin, K., Benjamin, A., Shuman, C., Moore, T., & Costa, D. (2022). Pandemic visitor policies: Parent reactions and policy implications. Acta Pediatrica, 111(1), 604-606.

  • Shuman, C.J., Morgan, M., Chiangong, J., Pareddy, N., Peahl, A., Veliz, P., & Dalton, V. (2022). “Mourning the experience of what should have been”: Peripartum experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 26(1), 102-109.

  • Vance, A., Malin, K., Shuman, C.J., Moore, T. (2021). Impacts of neonatal hospitalization on families during the 2019 coronavirus pandemic. American Journal of Perinatology, 38(1), 1201-1208.

  • Shuman, C.J., Wilson, R., VanAntwerp, K., Morgan, M., & Weber, A. (2021). Elucidating the context for implementing nonpharmacologic care for neonatal abstinence syndrome: A qualitative study of perinatal nurses. BMC Pediatrics, 21(489).

  • Ehrhart, M.G., Shuman, C.J., Torres, E., Prentiss, A., Butler, E., Kath, L., & Aarons, G.A. (2021). Validation of the Implementation Climate Scale (ICS) in nursing. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 18(2), 85-92.

  • Mazur, K., Desmadryl, M., VanAntwerp, K., Ziegman, C., Nemshak, M., & Shuman, C.J. (2021). Implementing evidence-informed discharge preparedness tools in the NICU: Parents’ perceptions. Advances in Neonatal Care, 21(5), E111-E119.

  • Cassidy, C., Flynn, R., and Shuman, C.J. (2021). A new horizon for nursing implementation science: Prepping the soil for implementation. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 18(2), 102-110.

  • Smith, A., Umberfield, E., Granner, J., Harris, M., Liestenfeltz, B., Shuman, C., and Smith, E. (2021). Development of the Collaboration and Leadership for Innovation in Mentoring Survey: An instrument of nursing PhD mentorship quality. Nurse Education Today, 28(1), 104747.

  • Desmadryl, M., Mazur, K. M., VanAntwerp, K., Ziegman, C., Nemshak, M., & Shuman, C.J. (2021). Neonatal intensive care nurses’ perceptions of implementing parent discharge preparation tools. Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 27(4), 238-243.

  • Morgan, M. E., Kukora, S., Nemshak, M., & Shuman, C. J. (2020). Neonatal Pain, Agitation, and Sedation Scale’s use, reliability, and validity: a systematic review. Journal of Perinatology, 40(12), 1753-1763.

  • Shuman, C. J., Weber, A., VanAntwerp, K., & Wilson, R. (2020). Engaging mothers to implement nonpharmacological care for infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome: Perceptions of perinatal and pediatric nurses. Advances in Neonatal Care, 20(6), 464-472.

  • Shuman, C.J. & Costa, D. (2020). Stepping in, stepping up, and stepping out: Competencies for ICU nursing leadership during disasters, emergencies, and outbreaks. American Journal of Critical Care, 29(5), 403-406.

  • Shuman, C.J., Ehrhart, M. G., Torres, E. M., Veliz, P., Kath, L. M., VanAntwerp, K., Banaszak-Holl, J., Titler, M. G., & Aarons, G. A. (2020). EBP implementation leadership of frontline nurse managers: Validation of the Implementation Leadership Scale in acute care. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 17(1), 82-91.