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Barbara S. Turner, PhD, RN, FAAN

Elizabeth P. Hanes Professor of Nursing
Chair, Health of Women, Children, & Families Division
Phone: 
(919) 684-9251
Office: 
3116 Pearson Building

Representative Publications

  • 2008 -- Schneider, S. M. and Turner, B. S. and Califf, R. M. and Burks, W. and McHutchison, J. G. and Gilliss, C. L. Issues in clinical trials management. Academic research units: opportunities and challenges for nursing practice. Research Practitioner. Sep-Oct, 2008 9(5); 175-184
  • 2008 -- McGraw, L. K. and Turner, B. S. and Dracup, K. A. Comparison of cardiovascular risk factors in deployed military personnel. Communicating Nursing Research. Spring, 2008 41 434
  • 2006 -- Turner, B. S. and Strand, J. and Speer, M. C. Genetics Interdisciplinary Faculty Training (GIFT): Integrating genetics into graduate nursing curricula. Annual Review of Nursing Education. December, 2006 4 23-45
  • 2006 -- PubMed # : 16292137 Turner, B. S. and Bradshaw, W. and Brandon, D. Neonatal lung remodeling: structural, inflammatory, and ventilator-induced injury. J Perinat Neonatal Nurs. February, 2006 19(4); 362-76; quiz 377-8
  • 2006 -- Bradshaw, W. and Turner, B. S. and Pierce, J. Physiologic monitoring. In Handbook of Neonatal Intensive Care edited by Merenstein, G. B. and Gardner, S. L.. 2006; pp. 139-156. : Mosby Elsevier. 2006 139-156
  • 2006 -- Cotton, M. and Turner, B. S. and Miller-Bell, M. Pharmacology in the neonate. In Handbook of Neonatal Intensive Care edited by Merenstein, G. B. and Gardner, S. L.. 2006; pp. 175-191. : Mosby Elsevier. 2006 175-191
  • 2006 -- Turner, B. S. Informed consent. In Encyclopedia of Nursing Research edited by Fitzpatrick, J. J. and Walllace, M. and Kazer, M.. 2006; pp. 269-271. : Springer Publishing. 2006 269-271
  • 2006 -- Turner B. S. Endotracheal suctioning of newborns. In Encyclopedia of Nursing Research edited by Fitzpatrick, J. J. and Walllace, M. and Kazer, M.. 2006; pp. 171-173. : . 2006 171-173
  • 2004 -- Turner, B. S. Generating excitement for nursing research. Journal for Nurses in Staff Development. May-June, 2004 10(3); 173-174
  • 2004 -- PubMed # : 15160630 Kennedy, T. and Turner, B. and Nevidjon, B. and Short, N. and Lagasse, C. The nursing leadership program: the Cyprus experience -- a tale of two cultures Nurs Leadersh Forum. Spring, 2004 8(3); 88-94

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Grant Funding (Selected)

  • Pregnant Soldier Wellness Program: An Evaluation

    Womack Army Medical Center
    RCON004667
    10/1997 to 06/2001
    Role: PI

    Purpose: Pregnant Soldiers -- an extension. Three-year study supported by Henry M. Jackson Foundation.

  • An Exercise Program for Pregnant Soldiers

    Womack Army Medical Center
    JFC76636001
    10/1996 to 09/1998
    Role: PI

    Purpose: Pregnant Soldiers Wellness Program. Two-year grant from Henry M. Jackson Foundation.

  • Suctioning and Tracheal Trauma: Role of Zeep vs. Peep

    Tri-Service Nursing Research, Department of Defense
    MDA-905-96-Z-0026
    10/1996 to 02/1999
    Role: Co-PI and mentor

    Tracheal trauma: comparing the role of ZEEP vs. PEEP.

  • Automated Drug Distribution System

    National Institutes of Health
    R44-NR002660-03
    07/1993 to 06/1995
    Role: Co-PI

    Develop automated drug distribution system.

  • Physiologic Responses to Exogenous Surfactant: Three hospital comparison.

    Tri-Service Nursing Research, Department of Defense.
    07/1993 to 06/1994
    Role: co-PI and mentor

    Purpose: Compare physiological responses to exogenous surfactant in a 3-hospital sample.

  • Automation of Drug Distribution in Federal Hospitals.

    National Institutes of Health
    1 R43NR-02660-01A
    07/1992 to 06/1993
    Role: co-PI
  • Physiologic Responses to Exogenous Surfactant: Nursing Interventions

    Tri-Service Nursing Research, Department of Defense.
    07/1992 to 06/1993
    Role: PI
  • Piglet Tracheal Epithelial Regeneration after Suctioning

    Tri-Service Nursing Research, Department of Defense.
    07/1992 to 06/1994
    Role: PI
  • The Effects of a Modified Care Environment on the Growth and Development of High Risk Infants

    Tri-Service Nursing Research, Department of Defense.
    07/1992 to 06/1993
    Role: Mentor/Author
  • Ventilator Gas Temperatures: Effect on Tracheal Trauma

    American Nurses Foundation, Madigan Army Medical Center
    07/1991 to 06/1992
    Role: co-PI and mentor

    One-year grant from American Nurses Foundation in the amount of $2,700 and $5,000 from Madigan Army Medical Center.

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