Hats off to Assistant Professor Hudson Santos, whose work “Network Structure of Perinatal Depressive Symptoms in Latinas: Relationship to Stress and Reproductive Biomarkers” is one of the most cited articles in the recent publication history of Research in Nursing and Health. According to the journal, Dr. Santos’s article received among the highest citation counts of articles published between January 2017 and December 2018, and “generated immediate impact and visibility, contributing significantly to the advancement of the nursing field.” Well done, Hudson!
Kenan Distinguished Professor and Associate Dean for Research Ruth Anderson, RN, PhD, FAAN, has co-authored research showing that the Adaptive Leadership for Chronic Illness Framework can be helpful when treating patients with chronic hepatitis C (CHC) – a population which faces particularly difficult challenges in terms of adherence to medications and management of symptoms. “Clinical Encounters and Treatment Initiation for Chronic Hepatitis C Patients: Applications of Adaptive Leadership Framework for Chronic Illness” was published online January 17, 2019 in SAGE Open. Adaptive leadership is a well-known problem-solving framework and set of leadership … Continued
Associate Professor and Assistant Dean for Practice Tom Bush published The Burden of Musculoskeletal Disease in the January 2019 issue of the Journal for Nurse Practitioners.
Associate Professor and DNP Division Lead Faculty Carrie Palmer’s article “New Directions in Managing Dyslipidemia” can be found in the January 2019 issue of the Journal for Nurse Practitioners. Great work, Carrie!
Congratulations to Jamie Weiner, a 2018 graduate of our BSN program, who, with Assistant Professor Lisa Woodley, had her honors thesis published in the November issue of the the Journal of Childhood and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing. Her project was entitled “An integrative review of sibling responses to childhood cancer.” Well done, Jamie and Lisa!
The Journal for Nurse Practitioners (JNP), celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2019, has chosen Professor Julee Waldrop, DNP, PNP-BC, CNE, FAAN, FAANP, as its new editor in chief. “Her hard work as JNP’s associate editor for four years, her clinical and academic experience, and her vision for the journal’s future well-position her for this role,” states the JNP in a press release. In addition to her role on the faculty at the SON, Dr. Waldrop is a coach in the Duke Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program, and a Fellow in … Continued
Kenan Professor and Associate Dean for Research Ruth Anderson recently had her study “Resident Challenges with pain and Functional Limitations in Chinese Residential Care Facilities” published in The Gerontologist. Associate Professor Rhonda Lanning’s project “Doulas in the Operating Room: An Innovative Approach” was likewise recently published in the Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health. Congratulations to you both!
Hats off to Assistant Professor Maureen Baker who recently had a portion of her dissertation published to the Patient Experience Journal. Titled “Rules of engagement: Strategies used to enlist and retain underserved mothers in a mental health intervention,” the paper was co-authored by Dr. Beth Black and Dr. Linda Beeber. Well done, all!
A double round of applause to Laura Britton who has had two papers accepted for publication. Her dissertation paper, “Contraceptive use among women with prediabetes and diabetes in a US national sample” was accepted for publication by the Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health. She has also had “Comorbid Hypertension and Diabetes among U.S. Women of Reproductive Age: Prevalence and Disparities” accepted by the Journal of Diabetes and Its Complications. Britton is mentored by Dr. Diane Berry and is a Hillman Scholar, a T32 Fellow, and a Jonas Scholar. She … Continued
Professor Jennifer Leeman and Fox Distinguished Professor Deborah K. Mayer contributed chapters to the recently published text, Advancing the Science of Implementation across the Cancer Continuum, offered by Oxford University Press. Billed as the first text of its kind to focus on the intersection of implementation science and cancer, the book aims to provide a broad synthesis of relevant research studies as well as detailed case studies illustrating each topic area. Dr. Leeman contributed to Chapter 2: Evidence-Based Cancer Practices, Programs, and Interventions, while Dr. Mayer contributed to Chapter 11: Cancer Survivorship: … Continued