Santos, Beeber, Schwartz Published in PLOS ONE

Congratulations to Drs. Hudson Santos, Linda Beeber and Todd Schwartz, whose manuscript “Longitudinal network structure of depression symptoms and self-efficacy in low-income mothers” was published this week in PLOS ONE.  

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Santos, Beeber, Schwartz Published in PLOS ONE

Congratulations to Drs. Hudson Santos, Linda Beeber and Todd Schwartz, whose manuscript “Longitudinal network structure of depression symptoms and self-efficacy in low-income mothers” was published this week in PLOS ONE.  

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Fleming, Knafl, Van Riper Published in Journal of Family Nursing

Hats off to Drs. Louise Fleming, Kathy Knafl and Marcia Van Riper who had articles published in the December issue of the Journal of Family Nursing. The first article, authored by Fleming, Knafl and Van Riper is entitled “How the Child’s Gender Matters for Families Having a Child with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia.” The second article, authored by Knafl and Van Riper, is entitled “Tips for Developing a Successful Family Research Proposal.” Well done, all!

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Fleming, Knafl, Van Riper Published in Journal of Family Nursing

Hats off to Drs. Louise Fleming, Kathy Knafl and Marcia Van Riper who had articles published in the December issue of the Journal of Family Nursing. The first article, authored by Fleming, Knafl and Van Riper is entitled “How the Child’s Gender Matters for Families Having a Child with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia.” The second article, authored by Knafl and Van Riper, is entitled “Tips for Developing a Successful Family Research Proposal.” Well done, all!

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Zegre-Hemsey Receives Grant Funding to Assess Delivery of AED by Drones

Congratulations to Dr. Jessica Zegre-Hemsey and her team who were recently awarded $50,000 in grant funding from the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute (NC TraCS) and North Carolina State University for their study “A Feasibility Study to Assess Delivery of Automated External Defibrillators (AED) via Drones.” Dr. Zegre-Hemsey and her team have partnered with a team from NCSU headed up by Kyle Snyder, director of the NextGen Air Transportation Center in the Institute for Transportation Research and Education, and will focus on delivering the AED by drones to rural … Continued

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Zegre-Hemsey Receives Grant Funding to Assess Delivery of AED by Drones

Congratulations to Dr. Jessica Zegre-Hemsey and her team who were recently awarded $50,000 in grant funding from the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute (NC TraCS) and North Carolina State University for their study “A Feasibility Study to Assess Delivery of Automated External Defibrillators (AED) via Drones.” Dr. Zegre-Hemsey and her team have partnered with a team from NCSU headed up by Kyle Snyder, director of the NextGen Air Transportation Center in the Institute for Transportation Research and Education, and will focus on delivering the AED by drones to rural … Continued

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Waldrop, Beeber, Ledford Published in Journal of Pediatric Health Care

Photo of Julee Waldrop

Kudos to Dr. Julee Waldrop, who with Dr. Linda Beeber and Hillman Scholar Alasia Ledford, authored the article “Developing a Postpartum Depression Screening and Referral Procedure in Pediatric Primary Care” that was recently published in the Journal of Pediatric Health Care. Ledford’s Honors thesis “Implementing Screening for Postpartum Depression in the Pediatric Primary Care Setting: A Review of the Literature” contributed significantly to the article. Great work, all!

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Waldrop, Beeber, Ledford Published in Journal of Pediatric Health Care

Photo of Julee Waldrop

Kudos to Dr. Julee Waldrop, who with Dr. Linda Beeber and Hillman Scholar Alasia Ledford, authored the article “Developing a Postpartum Depression Screening and Referral Procedure in Pediatric Primary Care” that was recently published in the Journal of Pediatric Health Care. Ledford’s Honors thesis “Implementing Screening for Postpartum Depression in the Pediatric Primary Care Setting: A Review of the Literature” contributed significantly to the article. Great work, all!

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Song Receives $2.95M in R01 & R21 Grants to Assist Prostate Cancer Patients and Their Partners

Congratulations to Associate Professor Lixin Song, PhD, RN, who was awarded nearly $3 million in research grant funding from the National Institute for Nursing Research and the National Cancer Institute to assist patients and their partners who are dealing with prostate cancer. With her $2.584 million R01 grant from NINR, Song will study the Efficacy of a Couple-Focused, Tailored, Symptom Self-Management mHealth Intervention for Prostate Cancer Patients and their Partners. The randomized clinical trial will test the usefulness of an innovative web-based program, Prostate Cancer Education & Resources for Couples (PERC), tailored to … Continued

Wu and Berry Publication Accepted in Journal of Advanced Nursing

Congratulations to doctoral student, Grace Wu, and Professor Diane Berry who had their publication “Impact of weight stigma on physiological and psychological health outcomes for overweight and obese adults: A systematic review” accepted by the Journal of Advanced Nursing. Further congratulations to Grace, who also had her research “Weight stigma in relation to hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis, binge eating, and acculturation among overweight and obese Asian-Americans” accepted for an oral presentation at the 21st Annual American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences Conference on February 26–27, 2018.

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