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Michael V. Relf, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, AACRN, CNE, FAAN
2007 -- PubMed # : 17563295 Program design and evaluation strategies for the Special Projects of National Significance Outreach Initiative. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 21 Suppl 1 S9-19
2006 -- PubMed # : 16990124 Ensuring NCLEX-RN success for first-time test-takers. J Prof Nurs. 22(5); 322-6
2006 -- Gay and lesbian relationships and intimate partner abuse. In Intimate partner abuse and health professionals: Old problems, new approaches to domestic violence. edited by Roberts, G. and Hegarty, K. and Feder, G.. 2006; pp. 213-228. : Elsevier Publishing. 2006 213-228
2005 -- HIV-related stigma among persons attending an urban HIV clinic. Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health. Winter, 2005 11(1); 14-22
2005 -- PubMed # : 16106155 Maintaining normalcy: a grounded theory of engaging in HIV-oriented primary medical care. ANS Adv Nurs Sci. 28(3); 265-77
2005 -- Critical care nursing practice: An integration of caring, competence, commitment and excellence. Critical Care Nursing: A Holistic Approach. 2005
2004 -- PubMed # : 15090130 Gay identity, interpersonal violence, and HIV risk behaviors: an empirical test of theoretical relationships among a probability-based sample of urban men who have sex with men. J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. June, 2004 15(2); 14-26
2004 -- PubMed # : 14983562 The value of certification in HIV/AIDS nursing. J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. March, 2004 15(1); 60-4
2002 -- PubMed # : 12469539 The social injustice of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. December, 2002 13(6); 13-6
Michael Relf was recently recognized as a Distinguished Alumnus at the 80th Anniversary Celebration of the South Dakota State University College of Nursing. Relf graduated from the School in 1988 with a BSN.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
When Kaylene Baugh, ABSN’14, began thinking about where she wanted to go for her global clinical experience, China was not her first choice. The opportunity to participate in an international cultural immersion experience through the Office of Global and Community Health Initiatives (OGACHI) program was high on the list of reasons Baugh chose Duke University School of Nursing.
Michael Relf has been appointed to the editorial board of the newly formed Rwanda Journal Series I: Medicine and Health Sciences. The journal is a bi-annually peer review journal. Relf serves as the co-principal investigator of the Human Resources for Health Rwanda program at Duke University.
The inaugural Global Innovations in Nursing and Midwifery Education, Research and Practice Conference was held January 25-27, 2015, in Kigali, Rwanda. The conference represented a culmination of two-and-a-half years of global collaboration between Rwandan nurses and midwives, Human Resources for Health (HRH) partners, the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the College of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Rwanda (UR).
The January/February 2015 of the Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care was a special issue on stigma and HIV infection. Michael Relf served as the guest editor of this issue. Faculty members Michael Relf and Donna Biederman and PhD students Courtney Caiola and Dennis Flores contributed the following papers to this issue:
At the annual conference of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC) in Miami, Fla., this November:
PhD student Courtney Caiola coauthored an article with her faculty mentors Sharron Docherty and Michael Relf entitled "Using an intersectional approach to study the impact of social determinants of health for African American mothers living with HIV" that has been published in Advances in Nursing Science.
Michael Relf is one among eight alums from five decades to be honored as the 2014 class of Distinguished Alumni at South Dakota State University (SDSU) for distinguished leadership in the SDSU community and beyond. He will receive prestigious recognition from his alma mater for his accomplishments and achievements. He joins 318 other alumni as part of the Sherwood O. Berg Distinguished Alumni Hall of Honor.
Michael Relf and Julie Barroso presented an abstract entitled "Feasibility of using an iPod Touch device to deliver a stigma reduction intervention to HIV-infected women" at the 26th Annual Conference of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care in Atlanta, Ga. on November 22, 2013.
By: Michael Relf, PhD, RN, Associate Professor and Director of the Accelerated BSN Program, Duke University School of Nursing, and Michelle Hartman, DNP, RN, Assistant Professor, Duke University School of Nursing