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Amanda C. Filippelli, APRN

Nurse Practitioner, Pulmonary Medicine

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Practice Name Connecticut Children's Specialty Group


BA, College of the Holy Cross, 2009
MA, Boston University School of Medicine, 2011
MPH, Boston University School of Public Health, 2011
MSN, Yale School of Nursing, 2015

Board Certifications

  • Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Board Certified
  • Faculty Appointment

    Clinical Instructor, Yale School of Nursing

    Clinical Expertise

    Amanda’s interests are asthma, public health, integrative medicine and the role of the environment in asthma control. She enjoys working with families to design the best treatment plan that works for each individual child and family. She is a member of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. She enjoys teaching nursing students and is active in the Yale School of Nursing Alumni Association.

    Selected Publications

    • Gardiner, P., Filippelli, A., Kabbara, K. Lin S., Sadikova, E., Katpchuk, T., Kemper, K. Online Education for Improving Communication and Documentation of Dietary Supplements Among Health Professionals Practicing in a Hospital Setting. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 2015 Oct;21(10):638-44.

    • Gardiner, P. Sadikova, E., Filippelli, A., Mitchell, S., White, L., Saper, R., Kaptchuk, T., Jack, B., Fredman, L. Stress Management and Relaxation Techniques Use among Underserved Inpatients in an Inner City Hospital. Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 2015 Jun;23(3):405-12.

    • Gardiner, P., Sadikova, E., Filippelli, A., White, L., Jack, B. Medical Reconciliation of Dietary Supplements: Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. Patient Education and Counseling. 2015; 98(4):512-7.

    • Gardiner, P. Filippelli, A. Lebensohn, P., Bonakdar, R. The Incorporation of Stress Management Programming into Family Medicine Residencies – Results of a National Survey of Residency Directors: A CERA Study. Family Medicine. 2015; 47 (4): 272-278.

    • Gardiner, P., Mitchell, S., Filippelli, A., Sadikova, E., White, L., Paasche-Orlow, M., Jack, B. Health Literacy and Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use among Underserved Inpatients in a Safety Net Hospital. Journal of Health Communication. 2013;18 Suppl 1:290-7.

    • Gardiner, P., Filippelli, A., Lebensohn, P., Bonakdar, R. Family Medicine Residency Program Directors Attitudes and Knowledge of Family Medicine CAM Competencies. EXPLORE: The Journal of Science & Healing. Sep-Oct 2013;9 (5):299-307.

    • Gardiner, P., Adams, D., Filippelli, A., Nasser, H., Saper, R., White, L., Vohra, S. A Systematic Review of the Reporting of Adverse Events Associated With Medical Herb Use Among Children. Global Advances in Health and Medicine. March 2013; 2(2): 10-20.

    • Gardiner, P., Jarrett, K., Pecci, C., Mauch, M., Filippelli, A., Jack, B. Herb Use, Vitamin Use, and Diet in Low Income Postpartum Women. Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health. March 2013; 58 (2): 150-7.

    • Rosen, J., Gardiner, P., Saper, R., Filippelli, A., White, L., Pearce, E., Gupta-Lawrence, R., Lee, S. Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use Among Patients with Thyroid Cancer. Thyroid. October 2013; 23(10):1238-46.

    • Filippelli, A., White, L., Spellman, L., Broderick, M., Highfield, E.S., Sommers, E., Gardiner, P. Non-Insertive Acupuncture and Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: A Case Series from an Inner City Safety Net Hospital. Global Advances in Health and Medicine. September 2012;1 (4): 48-52.

    • Gardiner, P., Whelan, J., White, L., Filippelli, A., Bharmal, N., Kaptchuk, T. A Systematic Review of the Prevalence of Herb Usage among Racial/Ethnic Minorities in the United States. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. 2013; 15 (4):817-28.

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