Dr. Nieman's research incorporates principles and collaborators from across disciplines, including gerontology, social design, behavioral intervention research, community-based participatory research, and human factors. Her research is focused on the development and implementation of an innovative, community-delivered solutions to address hearing healthcare disparities among older adults.
Baltimore HEARS - Randomized controlled trial of an affordable, accessible hearing care program delivered by community health workers.
Nieman, CL; Marrone, N; Mamo, SK; Betz, J; Choi, JS; Contrera, KJ; Thorpe, R; Gitlin, L; Tanner, E; Han HR; Szanton, S; Lin FR. "The Baltimore HEARS Pilot Study: An Affordabel, Accessible, Community-Delivered Hearing Care Intervention." The Gerontologist. 2017 Nov 10; 57(6); 1173-1186.
Neiman, CL & Lin, FR. "Increasing Access to Hearing Rehabilitation for Older Adults." Current Opinions in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. 2017 Oct; 25(5): 342-346.
Mamo, SK; Nirmalasari, O; Nieman, CL; McNabney, MK; Simpson, A; Oh, ES and Lin, FR. "Hearing Care Intervention for Persons with Dementia: A Pilot Study." The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 2017; 25(1):91-101.
Kim, K;Choi, E; Nieman, CL; Joo, JH; Lin, FR;Gitlin, LN;Han, HR. "Effects of Communiity-Based Health Worker Interventions to Improve Chronic Disease Management and Care Amoung Vulnerable Populations: A Systematic Review." American Journal of Puublic Health. 2016 Apr; 106(4):e3-e28.
Mamo, SK; Reed, NS; Nieman, CL; Oh, ES; Lin, FR. "Personal Sound Amplifiers for Adults with Hearing Loss." American Journal of Medicine. 2016 Mar; 129(3): 245-50.
Nieman, CL; Marrone, N; Szanton, SL; Thorpe, RJ Jr; Lin FR. Racial/Ethnic and Socioeconomic Disparities in Hearing Health Care Among Older Americans." Journal of Aging and Health. 2016 Feb;28(1):68-94.