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Donald (Chip) E. Bailey Jr., PhD, RN, FAAN

Associate Professor
Co-Director, ADAPT Center for Cognitive/Affective Symptom Science and Director, Scholarship and Mentoring Core, ADAPT Center
(919) 681-3003
3133 Pearson Building

Representative Publications

  • 2014 -- Buhr, G. T. and Konrad, T. and Pinheiro, S. and Pruitt, J. and Poer, C. and Shock, L. and Yanamadala, M. and Bailey, D. and White, H. K. and Devarayasamudram, S. and Day, L. and Aselage, M. and Egerton, E. O. and Matters, L. and McConnell, E. and Heflin, M. T. An interprofessional education collaborative (IPEC) competency-focused workshop to enhance team performance. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association. January, 2014 15(3); B10–B11
  • 2013 -- PubMed # : 23879936 Adams, J. A. and Bailey Jr, D. E. and Anderson, R. A. and Thygeson, M. Finding your way through EOL challenges in the ICU using Adaptive Leadership behaviours: A qualitative descriptive case study. Intensive Crit Care Nurs. December, 2013 29(6); 329-36 PMC3870892
  • 2013 -- PubMed # : 23422588 Kazer, M. W. and Psutka, S. P. and Latini, D. M. and Bailey Jr, D. E. Psychosocial aspects of active surveillance. Curr Opin Urol. May, 2013 23(3); 273-7
  • 2013 -- PubMed # : 23448740 Leak, A. and Smith, S. K. and Crandell, J. and Jenerette, C. and Bailey, D. E. and Zimmerman, S. and Mayer, D. K. Demographic and disease characteristics associated with non-Hodgkin lymphoma survivors' quality of life: does age matter? Oncol Nurs Forum. March, 2013 40(2); 157-62 PMC3652243
  • 2013 -- PubMed # : 22663140 Adams, J. and Bailey Jr., D. E. and Anderson, R. A. and Galanos, A. N. Adaptive leadership: a novel approach for family decision making. J Palliat Med. March, 2013 16(3); 326-9
  • 2013 -- PubMed # : 22985348 Kazer, M. W. and Bailey Jr, D. E. and Chipman, J. and Psutka, S. P. and Hardy, J. and Hembroff, L. and Regan, M. and Dunn, R. L. and Crociani, C. and Sanda, M. G. and PROSTQA Consortium Study Group Uncertainty and perception of danger among patients undergoing treatment for prostate cancer. BJU Int. March, 2013 111(3 Pt B); E84-91
  • 2012 -- PubMed # : 22414540 Kassmann, B. P. and Docherty, S. L. and Rice, H. E. and Bailey Jr, D. E. and Schweitzer, M. Telephone follow-up for pediatric ambulatory surgery: parent and provider satisfaction. J Pediatr Nurs. December, 2012 27(6); 715-24
  • 2012 -- PubMed # : 24409083 Bailey Jr, D. E. and Docherty, S. L. and Adams, J. A. and Carthron, D. L. and Corazzini, K. and Day, J. R. and Neglia, E. and Thygeson, M. and Anderson, R. A. Studying the clinical encounter with the Adaptive Leadership framework. J Healthc Leadersh. 2012(4);
  • 2012 -- PubMed # : 22145791 Goh, A. C. and Kowalkowski, M. A. and Bailey Jr, D. E. and Kazer, M. W. and Knight, S. J. and Latini, D. M. Perception of cancer and inconsistency in medical information are associated with decisional conflict: a pilot study of men with prostate cancer who undergo active surveillance. BJU Int. July, 2012 110(2b); E50-E56
  • 2012 -- Kazer, M. W. and Bailey Jr., D. E. and Grimes, K. and Colberg, J. and Kelly, W. K. Conversion from active surveillance to active treatment for prostate cancer. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. May, 2012 2(2); 80-88


Grant Funding (Selected)

  • TRAC Pilot: Diffusion of Innovations Measurement for Translational Science in LTC: RNs

    National Institute of Nursing Research P-20
    1P20 NR07795-02
    07/2005 to 07/2007
    Role: Co-Investigator

    Project Goals: The goal of this study is to develop and test a set of measures representing three domains within the DoI framework to assess readiness for adoption of evidence-based practices by RNs in LTC. The study complements a study submitted to the University of Iowa GNIRC to develop DoI measures for use by LPNs and CNAs.

  • Psychological Health Trajectories in Watchful Waiting and Pilot Testing the WWI

    John A. Hartford Foundation: Building Academic Geriatric Nursing Capacity
    07/2003 to 06/2006
    Role: PI

    The specific aims for Phase I are to 1) describe the psychological health trajectories of men with prostate cancer who elect watchful waiting; 2) identify optimal intervals during which patients electing watchful waiting would most likely benefit from the WWI. For Phase II the specific aims are to 3) modify the WWI based on descriptive study findings and the theory and 4) pilot test the refined WWI with a sample of older men electing watchful waiting as treatment for prostate cancer.

  • Psychological Health Trajectories in Watchful Waiting

    University of Iowa Small Grants Program
    G/P No.: 2 1503891
    05/2003 to 03/2005
    Role: PI

    Project goals: In Phase I, this study will explore and describe the psychological health trajectories of older men who elect watchful waiting as their treatment option for localized prostate cancer at six month intervals over a 24-month period. Phase II of this study will pilot test the refined WWI with prostate cancer patients in preparation for a future comprehensive test of the Watchful Waiting Intervention.

  • TRAC Pilot: Psychosocial Trajectories of Men Electing Watchful Waiting as Treatment for Prostate Cancer

    National Institute of Nursing Research - P20
    1P20 NR07795-01
    07/2002 to 07/2004
    Role: Pilot Project PI

    Project goals: The expected outcome of this pilot study will be the identification of specific time points during the first 2 years of watchful waiting when men could benefit most from intervention.

  • Outcomes of Nursing Management Practice in Nursing Homes

    National Institutes of Health / National Institute of Nursing Research
    2 RO1 NR03178-04A2
    05/2002 to 01/2008
    Role: Co-Investigator

    Project goals: To describe and explain how relationship patterns and nursing management practices lead to behaviors that result in high quality or poor quality outcomes in nursing homes. Specific aims are to: 1) describe relationship patterns; 2) explore staff's and managers' understanding of relationship patterns and nursing management practices in use; 3) compare relationship patterns and nursing management practices between homes with high-quality and poor-quality resident outcomes; and 4) develop a model of the relationship patterns and nursing management practices that foster better outcomes. (R.A. Anderson, PI; D.E. Bailey Jr., Co-I)

  • Uncertainty and Watchful Waiting in Men with Prostate Cancer

    UNC: Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Ctr & Linda Waring Matthews Oncology Nursing Scholarship
    07/1999 to 07/2002
    Role: PI

    Project Goals: Dissertation development

  • Uncertainty and Watchful Waiting in Men with Prostate Cancer

    University of North Carolina Institute on Aging Exploratory Grants Program
    01/1999 to 12/1999
    Role: PI

    Project goals: Pilot Study – Trial methods for future intervention testing.

  • Uncertainty and Watchful Waiting in Men with Prostate Cancer

    Oncology Nursing Foundation Dissertation Research Award
    07/1997 to 07/2002
    Role: PI
  • Uncertainty and Watchful Waiting in Men with Prostate Cancer

    National Institute for Nursing Research / National Research Service Award
    07/1996 to 06/1998

    Project goals: Dissertation.

  • Qualitative Interviews with Men Electing Watchful Waiting

    UNC School of Nursing - Linda Waring Matthews Oncology Nursing Scholarship
    07/1995 to 07/1996
    Role: PI


Friday, May 13, 2016

PhD student Latefa Dardas recently published an article entitled "Adolescent Depression in the Arab Region: A Systematic Literature Review" in the May issue of Issues in Mental Health Nursing. Co-authors were Leigh Ann Simmons and Donald "Chip" Bailey.

Friday, January 29, 2016

From the Center of Nursing Research...

Monday, August 17, 2015

Since its beginning in 2012, the Duke University School of Nursing ADAPT Center has been promoting innovative research focused on managing and minimizing changes in cognition and emotional symptom responses to chronic illness. And with more than 70 investigators from a variety of disciplines and centers, the Center is taking its efforts to the next level with new leadership, a focus on measures and methods and new initiatives.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Chip Bailey gave an invited presentation entitled "Trajectory of a program of research in chronic illnesses" at the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing. He also consulted with pre and postdoctoral scholars funded by NIH/NINR T32 on Interdisciplinary Training in Cancer Survivorship on March 23 in Pittsburgh, Pa.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

PhD program faculty members Robin Dail and Chip Bailey received a Leadership Development Grant from the Duke University Graduate School to sponsor a series of seminars focused on leadership skill development and career options for current PhD students and post-docs. The inaugural lecture was delivered by Dean Marion Broome on February 16.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Ruth Anderson, Chip Bailey, Bei Wu, Kirsten Corazzini, Ellie McConnell and Sharron Docherty have a paper entitled "Adaptive Leadership framework for chronic illness: Framing a research agenda" that has been published in Advances in Nursing Science. This paper will appear in the Focused issue on "Models of Care for the Future."

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Aug. 13, 2014 - Staff from the Duke Office of Clinical Research can provide ‘just-in-time’ help for recruitment, data management and other research needs

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Following is an excerpt from the policy brief "Hepatitis C Testing in the Birth Cohort 1945 - 1965 : Have you been tested?" published by the American Academy of Nursing on July 28, 2014, World Hepatitis Day.

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Chip Bailey has published an article entitled "Psychosocial trajectories of men monitoring prostate-specific antigen levels following surgery for prostate cancer" in the Oncology Nursing Forum.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Chip Bailey has been elected Director-at-Large of the Oncology Nursing Society for a three-year term, from 2014 to 2017.