Lisa C. Cicutto
Professor
Director, Community Research
Department of Medicine
  • 5280 Top Doctors 2016
  • Recognized as a 5280 Top Doctor
  • America’s Top Doctors 2015 — Castle Connolly, Medical, Ltd.
  • Recognized in America’s Top Doctors — Castle Connolly, Inc.
  • Best Doctors in America® 2015 — Best Doctors, Inc.
  • Recognized in Best Doctors in America® — Best Doctors, Inc.
  • America’s Top Doctors 2016 — Castle Connolly Medical, Ltd.
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    Research AreasResearch Areas

    Special Interests

    Research Interests

    Evidence-based management of asthma and COPD on the part of patients, families and their health care providers.

    Education

    Education
    University of Toronto, Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Diploma
    University of Toronto, PhD, Medical Science-Respiratory Medicine
    University of Toronto, MSc, Nursing
    University of Colorado Denver, BS, Nursing
    Fellowship
    University Health Network, Toronto Western Hospital, Clinical Fellowship

    Awards & Recognition

    The Founder’s Award, The Canadian Lung Association. (Recognition of significant contribution to respiratory health in Canada)

    Career Scientist Award, Ministry of Health and Long Term Care

    Lead/Chair, Nursing Best Practice Guidelines: Promoting the Control of Adult Asthma. RNAO

    Professional Memberships

    American Thoracic Society
    Ontario Respiratory Care Society
    Canadian Respiratory Professionals
    Canadian Network for Asthma Care
    Colorado Lung Association

    Publications

    Cicutto LC. Clinical Pearls: Supporting successful asthma management in schools: The role of the provider. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 2009;124(2):390-393.

    Kruziack T, Covar R, Gleason M, Cicutto L, White M, Shocks D, Szefler S. Does access to care equal asthma control in school-aged children? J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2009:124(2):381-382.

    Alley S and Cicutto L. Exploring the supportiveness and preparedness of childcare settings for children with asthma: A needs assessment. Journal of Asthma. 2009;46(5):512-516.

    To T, Dell S, Dick P, Cicutto LC. The burden of illness experienced by young children associated with asthma: A population-base cohort study. Journal of Asthma. 2008;45(1):45-9. 200.

    To T, Gershon A, Wang C, Dell S, Cicutto L. Persistence and remission in childhood asthma – A population-based asthma birth cohort study. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. 2007;161(12):1197-1204.

    Academic Affiliations

    Director, Clinical Science Graduate Program, University of Colorado Denver 

    Associate Professor, Colorado School of Public Health, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, and the College of Nursing

    Teaching & Professional Positions

    Full Appointment, School of Graduate Studies, University of Colorado Denver

    Associate Professor, Faculties of Nursing and Medicine at the University of Toronto

    Conflicts of Interest

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    Contact Information

    • Office: 877.225.5654
    • Fax: 303.398.1780
    • Email: cicuttol@njhealth.org

     

    Locations

    • National Jewish Health Main Campus
      1400 Jackson St.
      Denver, CO 80206

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