Mary T. Champagne, PhD, RN, FAAN

Dr. Champagne is Laurel Chadwick Distinguished Professor and Dean Emerita of the School of Nursing. She has a secondary appointment as Professor in the Department of Community and Family Medicine of the Duke University School of Medicine and is also a Senior Fellow of the Duke Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development. She earned her MSN and PhD at the University of Texas at Austin.


Dr. Champagne has engaged in research related to improving the health of the community. Most recently her work has focused on improving health in low income seniors living in subsidized housing in Durham, North Carolina. In addition, she has focused her attention on quality and safety, and has chaired the Durham Regional Hospital Trustee's Committee on Patient Safety and Clinical Quality and serves on the Duke University Health System Patient Safety and Clinical Quality Committee. She also collaborates with clinical nurse specialists in Duke University Hospital in research studies addressing wound and ostomy care and quality of life. Additional research has focused on the prevention of acute confusion in hospitalized elderly patients. She was also the clinical nursing research specialist on the Disseminating Nursing Research Project, funded initially by the National Center for Nursing Research and then by the Division of Nursing.


Dr. Champagne has published widely in her research areas. She is a co-editor of five books, each of which received the American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award. In 1995 she received a Cameo Award for Outstanding Nurse Researcher from Sigma Theta Tau International. She is active professionally in the North Carolina Nurses Association and Sigma Theta Tau.

Academic Program Affiliations
Education
  • PhD - The University of Texas at Austin
  • MSN - The University of Texas System School of Nursing
  • BSN - San Jose State College
Research Interests
● Innovative health care for the elderly
● Using research to improve practice
● Patient safety and clinical quality
● Wound and ostomy care
● Prevention of confusion in hospitalized elderly patients
Awards and Honors
  • 2015 || Distinguished Teaching Award, Duke University School of Nursing
  • 2012 || Outstanding Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Faculty Member Award, Duke University School of Nursing
  • 2010 || Distinguished Alumna Award, University of Texas School of Nursing
  • 2009 || Laurel Chadwick Distinguished Professor of Nursing, Duke University School of Nursing
  • 2007 || Community Service Award, Beta Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau
  • 2007 || Honorary Alumna, Duke University School of Nursing
  • 2004 || Outstanding Faculty Award, Duke University School of Nursing Students
  • 2001 || Fellow (FAAN), American Academy of Nursing
  • 2000 || Quarter Century Leadership Award for Improving Health Care, Southern Regional Area Health Education Center
  • 1995 || Cameo Award - Outstanding Nurse Researcher, Sigma Theta Tau
  • 1990 || AJN Book of the Year Awards, American Journal of Nursing
  • 1990 || Research Utilization Award, Region 7, Sigma Theta Tau International
  • 1986 || Junior Faculty Development Research Award, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • 1986 || Mary Opal Wolanin Award for Excellence in Clinical Nursing Research, University of Arizona College of Nursing
  • 1984 || Secondary Care Graduate Faculty Award, School of Nursing, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • 1982 || Baccalaureate Teacher of the Year Award, University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing
  • 1982 || Outstanding Young Women of America
  • 1978 || Baccalaureate Teacher of the Year Award, University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing
  • 1974 || Teacher of the Year Award, Brackenridge Hospital School of Nursing (Austin, TX)
  • 1968 || President’s Scholar, San Jose State
  • 1967 || Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Scholarship, San Jose State
  • 1966 || Dean's Scholar, San Jose State
  • 1966 || March of Dimes Scholarship
Representative Publications
  • 2010 -- Valiga, T. M. and Champagne, M. T. Creating the future of nursing education: Challenges and opportunities. February, 2010 75-83.
  • 2010 -- Corazzini, K. N. and McConnell, S. and Anderson, R. A. and Reed, D. and Champagne, M. T. and Lekan, D. and Preisser, J. S. and Bailey, D. and Zimmerman, S. The importance of organizational climate to training needs and outcomes in long-term care. Alzheimer's Care Today. Apr./Jun., 2010 11(2); 109-121.
  • 2010 -- McConnell, E. S. and Corazzini, K. N. and Lekan, D. and Bailey, D. and Sloane, R. and Zimmerman, S. and Mitchell, C. M. and Landerman, L. R. and Champagne, M. T. Staff perception of new pain care practices in dementia care: Psychometric properties of the Duke Diffusion of Innovation in Long-Term Care Battery. Alzheimer's Care Today. Apr./Jun., 2010 11(2); 122-133.
  • 2008 -- PubMed # : 18367904 -- Michener, J. L. and Yaggy, S. and Lyn, M. and Warburton, S. and Champagne, M. and Black, M. and Cuffe, M. and Califf, R. and Gilliss, C. and Williams, R. S. and Dzau, V. J. Improving the health of the community: Duke's experience with community engagement. Acad Med. April, 2008 83(4); 408-13.
  • 2006 -- PubMed # : 16581892 -- Yaggy, S. D. and Michener, J. L. and Yaggy, D. and Champagne, M. T. and Silberberg, M. and Lyn, M. and Johnson, F. and Yarnall, K. S. Just for Us: an academic medical center-community partnership to maintain the health of a frail low-income senior population. Gerontologist. April, 2006 46(2); 271-6.
  • 2005 -- PubMed # : 15618094 -- Michener, J. L. and Champagne, M. T. and Yaggy, D. and Yaggy, S. D. and Krause, K. M. Making a home in the community for the academic medical center. Acad Med. January, 2005 80(1); 57-61.
  • 2005 -- Champagne, M. T. The future of nursing education: new educational models. 2005 57-67.
  • 2003 -- Champagne, M. Shared learning objectives and shared curricula. In 2003 39-50.
  • 2002 -- Champagne, M. T. and Hewitt, D. and Short, N. and Pietrangelo-Brown, S. and Espstein, S. and Bowers, M. Access to opportunity: The Duke-East Carolina Partnerships for Training Program. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks (JALN) Special Nursing Edition. August, 2002 6(2); .
  • 2000 -- Champagne, M. T. The interplay of biology, environment and behavior in the prevention and management of chronic illness. October, 2000 43-53.
  • 1998 -- PubMed # : 9766454 -- Bergstrom, N. and Braden, B. and Kemp, M. and Champagne, M. and Ruby, E. Predicting pressure ulcer risk: a multisite study of the predictive validity of the Braden Scale. Nurs Res. Sep.-Oct., 1998 47(5); 261-9.
  • 1997 -- PubMed # : 9274067 -- Miller, J. and Neelon, V. and Champagne, M. and Bailey, D. and Ng'andu, N. and Belyea, M. and Jarrell, E. and Montoya, L. and Williams, A. The assessment of acute confusion as part of nursing care. Appl Nurs Res. August, 1997 10(3); 143-51.
  • 1997 -- Funk, S. G. and Tornquist, E. M. and Champagne, M. T. and Wiese, R. A. (Eds.) Die pflege chronisch kranker. 1997 .
  • 1996 -- PubMed # : 8941300 -- Neelon, V. J. and Champagne, M. T. and Carlson, J. R. and Funk, S. G. The NEECHAM Confusion Scale: construction, validation, and clinical testing. Nurs Res. Nov.-Dec., 1996 45(6); 324-30.
  • 1996 -- PubMed # : 8537586 -- Bergstrom, N. and Braden, B. and Kemp, M. and Champagne, M. and Ruby, E. Multi-site study of incidence of pressure ulcers and the relationship between risk level, demographic characteristics, diagnoses, and prescription of preventive interventions. J Am Geriatr Soc. January, 1996 44(1); 22-30.
  • 1996 -- Champagne, M. T. and Tornquist , E. M. and Funk, S. G. Research use in advanced practice nursing. 1996 213-224.
  • 1995 -- Funk, S. G. and Tornquist, E. M. and Champagne, M. T. and Wiese, R. A. (Eds.) Key aspects of caring for the acutely ill: Technological aspects, patient education, and quality of life. January, 1995 .
  • 1995 -- Champagne, M. T. and Wiese, R. A. Research on caring for the acutely ill adult: implications for practice. January, 1995 325-328.
  • 1993 -- Funk, S. G. and Tornquist, E. M. and Champagne, M. T. and Wiese, R. A. Caring for the chronically ill: from research to practice. 1993 3-7.
  • 1993 -- Funk, S. G. and Tornquist, E. M. and Champagne, M. T. and Wiese, R. A. (Eds.) Key aspects of caring for the chronically ill: Hospital and home. 1993 .
  • 1992 -- Neelon, V. J. and Champagne, M. T. and McConnell, E. and Carlson, J. and Funk, S. G. Effectiveness of the NEECHAM Scale in assessing the cognitive status of hospitalized older patients. 1992 278-299.
  • 1992 -- Neelon, V. J.and Champagne, M. T. Managing cognitive impairment: The current basis for practice. 1992 239-250.
  • 1995 -- PubMed # : 7567566 -- Funk, S. G. and Tornquist, E. M. and Champagne, M. T. Barriers and facilitators of research utilization. An integrative review. Nurs Clin North Am. September, 1995 30(3); 395-407.
  • 1995 -- PubMed # : 7695358 -- Funk, S. G. and Champagne, M. T. and Tornquist, E. M. and Wiese, R. A. Administrators' views on barriers to research utilization. Appl Nurs Res. February, 1995 8(1); 44-9.
  • 1995 -- PubMed # : 7736294 -- Tornquist, E. M. and Funk, S. G. and Champagne, M. T. Research utilization: reconnecting research and practice. AACN Clin Issues. February, 1995 6(1); 105-9.
  • 1993 -- PubMed # : 8311439 -- Tornquist, E. M. and Funk, S. G. and Champagne, M. T. and Wiese, R. A. Advice on reading research: overcoming the barriers. Appl Nurs Res. November, 1993 6(4); 177-83.
  • 1992 -- Champagne, M. T. and Wiese, R. A. Research on cognitive impairment: Implications for practice. 1992 340-346.
  • 1992 -- Funk, S. G. and Tornquist, E. M. and Champagne, M. T. and Wiese, R. A. (Eds.) Key aspects of elder care: Managing falls, incontinence and cognitive impairment. 1992 .
  • 1991 -- PubMed # : 1741642 -- Funk, S. G. and Champagne, M. T. and Wiese, R. A. and Tornquist, E. M. Barriers to using research findings in practice: the clinician's perspective. Appl Nurs Res. May, 1991 4(2); 90-5.
  • 1991 -- PubMed # : 1741634 -- Funk, S. G. and Champagne, M. T. and Wiese, R. A. and Tornquist, E. M. BARRIERS: the barriers to research utilization scale. Appl Nurs Res. February, 1991 4(1); 39-45.
  • 1990 -- PubMed # : 2318661 -- Harrell, J. S. and Champagne, M. T. and Jarr, S. and Miyaya, M. Heart sound simulation: how useful for critical care nurses? Heart Lung. March, 1990 19(2); 197-202.
  • 1991 -- PubMed # : 2122985 -- Harrell, J. S. and Champagne, M. T. and Jarr, S. and Miyaya, M. Teaching cardiovascular assessment. J Contin Educ Nurs. Nov.-Dec., 1990 21(6); 241-4.
  • 1990 -- Funk, S. G. and Tornquist, E. M. and Champagne, M. T. and Copp, L. A. and Wiese, R. A. (Eds.) Key aspects of recovery: Improving nutrition, rest, and mobility. 1990 .
  • 1990 -- Champagne, M. T. and Wiese, R. A. Nutrition and skin integrity: Implications for practice. 1990 214-219.
  • 1990 -- McConnell, E. S., Neelon, V. J., Champagne, M. T. The relationship between nutritional status and cognitive status in the hospitalized elderly. 1990 171-182.
  • 1989 -- PubMed # : 2606207 -- Champagne, M. T. and Harrell, J. S. and Friedman, B. J. Use of a heart sound simulator in teaching cardiac auscultation. Focus Crit Care. December, 1989 16(6); 448-56.
  • 1989 -- PubMed # : 2815726 -- Tornquist, E. M. and Funk, S. G. and Champagne, M. T. Writing research reports for clinical audiences. West J Nurs Res. October, 1989 11(5); 576-82.
  • 1989 -- PubMed # : 2571212 -- Funk, S. G. and Tornquist, E. M. and Champagne, M. T. Application and evaluation of dissemination model. West J Nurs Res. August, 1989 11(4); 486-91.
  • 1989 -- PubMed # : 2750148 -- Funk, S. G. and Tornquist, E. M. and Champagne, M. T. A model for improving the dissemination of nursing research. West J Nurs Res. June, 1989 11(3); 361-72.
  • 1989 -- PubMed # : 2497932 -- Champagne, M. T. and Ashley, M. L. Nutritional support in the critically ill elderly patient. Crit Care Nurs Q. June, 1989 12(1); 15-25.
  • 1989 -- PubMed # : 2928143 -- Swenson, I., Havens, B., Champagne, M. State boards and impaired nurses. Nurs Outlook. Mar-Apr 1989 37(2); 94-96.
  • 1989 -- Champagne, M.T. and Wiese, R.A. Intervening with adults in pain - A discussion. 1989 173-178.
  • 1989 -- Funk, S. G. and Tornquist, E. M. and Champagne, M. T. and Copp, L. A. and Wiese, R. A. (Eds.) Key aspects of comfort: Management of pain, fatigue, and nausea. 1989 .
  • 1989 -- Champagne, M.T. and Wiese, R. A. Nutrition and skin integrity: Implications for practice. 1989 214-219.
  • 1987 -- PubMed # : 3648682 -- Swenson, I., Havens. B., Champagne, M. State board members' perceptions of impaired nurses. Nurs Outlook. Jul-Aug 1987 35(4); 154-155.
  • 1987 -- PubMed # : 2952942 -- Swenson, I., Havens. B., Champagne, M. Interpretations of state board criteria and disciplinary procedures regarding impaired nurses. Nurs Outlook. May-Jun 1987 35(3); 108-110.
  • 1987 -- PubMed # : 3644241 -- Champagne, M., and Swenson, I and Havens, B. State Board criteria for licensure and disciplinary procedures regarding impaired nurses. Nurs Outlook. Mar-Apr 1987 35(2); 54, 56-57.
  • 1981 -- Champagne, M. Statistics: Boon or boondogle for nursing (Editorial). June, 1981 .
  • 1987 -- Champagne, M. and Neelon, V. and McConnell, E. Acute confusion in the hospitalized elderly. 1987 293-294.
  • 1997 -- Champagne, M. T. and Tornquist , E. M. and Funk, S. G. Nurse practitioner extra: Achieving research-based practice American Journal of Nursing. May, 1997 97(5 / Nurse Pract Extra Ed); 16AAA-BBB, 16DDD.
  • 2003 -- Johnson-Pawlson, J. and Champagne, M. and O’Shaughnessy, M. and Short, N. Making a difference. Monograph. July, 2003 .
  • 2004 -- PubMed # : 15239510 -- Champagne, M. Private colleges and university nursing programs in North Carolina. N C Med J. Mar-Apr, 2004 65(2); 92-3.
  • 2011 -- PubMed # : 21037484 -- Fuchs, M. A. and Sexton, D. J. and Thornlow, D. K. and Champagne, M. T. Evaluation of an evidence-based, nurse-driven checklist to prevent hospital-acquired catheter-associated urinary tract infections in intensive care units. J Nurs Care Qual. Apr-Jun, 2011 26(2); 101-9.
  • 2011 -- PubMed # : 22372083 -- Vinson, M. H. and McCallum, R. and Thornlow, D. K. and Champagne, M. T. Design, implementation, and evaluation of population-specific telehealth nursing services. Nurs Econ. September-October, 2011 29(5); 265-72.
  • 2012 -- Silberberg, M. and Sloane, R., and Yarnall, K. S. H. and McKinnon, A. and Patel, R. and Champagne, M. Improving hypertension control in a population of low-income frail older adults: An evaluation of the Just for Us model. Journal of Applied Gerontology. July, 2012 31(4); 467-487.
  • 2011 -- PubMed # : 21160437 -- Gura, G. F. and Champagne, M. T. and Blood-Siegfried, J. E. Autism spectrum disorder screening in primary care. J Dev Behav Pediatr. January, 2011 32(1); 48-51.
  • 2012 -- PubMed # : 21702425 -- McConnell, E. S. and Corazzini, K. N. and Lekan, D. and Bailey, D. E. and Sloane, R. and Landerman, L. R. and Champagne, M. T. Diffusion of innovations in long-term care measurement battery. Res Gerontol Nurs. Winter, 2012 5(1); 64-76.
  • 2012 -- PubMed # : 21989457 -- Hueckel, R. M. and Mericle, J. M. and Frush, K. and Martin, P. L. and Champagne, M. T. Implementation of Condition Help: family teaching and evaluation of family understanding. J Nurs Care Qual. Apr-Jun, 2012 27(2); 176-81.
  • 2012 -- PubMed # : 22192058 -- Seto, W. and Turner, B. S. and Champagne, M. T. and Liu, L. Utilizing a diabetic registry to manage diabetes in a low-income Asian American population. Popul Health Manag. August, 2012 15(4); 207-15.
  • 2012 -- PubMed # : 23164202 -- Muckler, V. C. and Vacchiano, C. A. and Sanders, E. G. and Wilson, J. P. and Champagne, M. T. Focused anesthesia interview resource to improve efficiency and quality. J Perianesth Nurs. 27(6); 376-84.
  • 2013 -- PubMed # : 23117793 -- Turner, K. and Frush, K. and Hueckel, R. and Relf, M. V. and Thornlow, D. and Champagne, M. T. Implementation of the Josie King Care Journal in a pediatric intensive care unit: a quality improvement project. J Nurs Care Qual. July-September, 2013 28(3); 257-64.
  • 2012 -- PubMed # : 23052353 -- Saladino, L. and Pickett, L. C. and Frush, K. and Mall, A. and Champagne, M. T. Evaluation of a Nurse-Led Safety Program in a Critical Care Unit. J Nurs Care Qual. 27(6); 376-84.
  • 2012 -- Mabrey, M. E. and Vorderstrasse, A. and Champagne, M. and Pickett, L. C. Continuous intravenous insulin: An evaluation in bariatric patients outside of the intensive care unit. Bariatric Nursing and Surgical Patient Care. December, 2012 7(4); 172-182.
  • 2013 -- PubMed # : 24257452 -- McCawley, B. A. and Gannotta, R. J. and Champagne, M. T. and Wood, K. A. Calling a "Condition H" Nurs Manage. December, 2013 44(12); 30-35.
  • 2013 -- PubMed # : 24256929 -- Granger, B. B. and Zhao, Y. and Rogers, J. and Miller, C. and Gilliss, C. L. and Champagne, M. The language of data: tools to translate evidence for nurses in clinical practice. J Nurses Prof Dev. Nov-Dec, 2013 29(6); 294-300.
  • 2015 -- PubMed # : 25632926 -- Biernacki, P. J. and Champagne, M. T. and Peng, S. and Maizel, D. R. and Turner, B. S. Transformation of Care: Integrating the Registered Nurse Care Coordinator into the Patient-Centered Medical Home. Popul Health Manag. October, 2015 18(5); 330-6.
  • 2014 -- PubMed # : 25353136 -- Williams, T. and King, M. W. and Thompson, J. A. and Champagne, M. T. Implementing evidence-based medication safety interventions on a progressive care unit. Am J Nurs. November, 2014 114(11); 53-62.
  • 2015 -- PubMed # : 25479172 -- Gasparini, R. and Champagne, M. and Stephany, A. and Hudson, J. and Fuchs, M. A. Policy to practice: increased family presence and the impact on patient- and family-centered care adoption. J Nurs Adm. January, 2015 45(1); 28-34.
  • 2015 -- PubMed # : 25479172 -- Gasparini, R. and Champagne, M. and Stephany, A. and Hudson, J. and Fuchs, M. A. Policy to practice: increased family presence and the impact on patient- and family-centered care adoption. J Nurs Adm. January, 2015 45(1); 28-34.
  • 2015 -- PubMed # : 26212466 -- Eggert, L. K. and Blood-Siegfried, J. and Champagne, M. and Al-Jumaily, M. and Biederman, D. J. Coalition building for health: A community garden pilot project with apartment dwelling refugees. J Community Health Nurs. July, 2015 32(3); 141-50.
Grant Funding (Selected)
  • Doctor of Nursing Practice
    Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA)
    1D09-HP14827-01-00
    07/2008 to 06/2011
    Role: Faculty Member
    The goal is to develop, implement, and operate a new DNP program, the first in North Carolina.
  • Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship Program (CFDA 93.358)
    Department of Health and Human Services
    A10-HP 00264-05-00
    07/2004 to 06/2005
    Role: Project Director
  • Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship Program (CFDA 93.358)
    National Institutes of Health
    2A10-HP 00264-04
    07/2003 to 06/2004
    Role: Project Director
  • Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship Program (CFDA 93.358)
    National Institutes of Health
    2A10-HP 00264-03
    07/2002 to 06/2003
    Role: Project Director
  • Nursing and Health Ministries (Joint Grant to the School of Nursing and the School of Divinity)
    The Duke Endowment
    07/2002 to 06/2003
    Role: Co-Project Director
  • Nursing Education Master’s
    SRAHEC and Duke University School of Nursing
    07/2002 to 06/2004
    Role: Project Director
  • Molecular Basis of Postoperative Delirium in the Elderly
    National Institutes of Health
    5R01AG019766-05
    01/2003 to 12/2008
    Role: Co-Investigator
  • Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship Program
    Department of Health and Human Services
    2A10-HP 00264-02
    07/2001 to 06/2002
    Role: Project Director
  • Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship Program
    Department of Health and Human Services
    1A10 HP-00264-01
    07/2000 to 06/2001
    Role: Project Director
  • Professional Nurse Traineeship
    National Institutes of Health
    5A11-NU00384-15
    07/1999 to 06/2000
    Role: Project Director
  • Professional Nurse Traineeship
    National Institutes of Health
    5A11-NU00384-14
    07/1998 to 06/1999
    Role: Project Director
  • Duke-ECU Partnerships For Training
    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
    ID-#032603
    10/1997 to 06/2002
    Role: Project Director
    Matching funds from Duke Endowment
  • Duke-ECU Partnership for Training (Planning Grant)
    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
    10/1995 to 09/1997
    Role: Project Director
  • Family Nurse Practitioner Program, 1997-2000
    North Carolina AHEC, FAHEC
    07/1997 to 06/2000
    Role: Project Director
  • Professional Nurse Traineeship
    National Institutes of Health
    2A11-NU00384-13
    07/1997 to 06/1999
    Role: Project Director
  • Professional Nurse Traineeship
    National Institutes of Health
    2A11-NU00384-12
    07/1996 to 06/1997
    Role: Project Director
  • Nurse Education in Administration and Critical Care
    North Carolina AHEC, FAHEC
    07/1994 to 06/1997
    Role: Project Director
  • Nurse Education in Administration and Critical Care
    North Carolina AHEC, FAHEC
    07/1992 to 06/1994
    Role: Project Director
  • Moving New Nursing Knowledge into Practice: A Continuing Education Program
    Division of Nursing, Bureau of Health Professionals
    07/1990 to 06/1993
    Role: Clinical Nursing Research Specialist
  • Acute Confusion in Hospitalized Elders: Patterns - Interventions
    NIH, National Center for Nursing Research
    07/1988 to 06/1993
    Role: Co-PI
  • Nursing Assessment of Pressure Sore Risk (Multi-site proposal)
    NIH, National Center for Nursing Research
    08/1988 to 08/1991
    Role: Co-Investigator and North Carolina Site Principal Investigator
  • Sleep Apnea and Confusion Development in the Hospitalized Elderly
    UNC Biomedical Research Support Grant
    11/1988 to 12/1988
    Role: Co-PI
  • Disseminating Nursing Research: A Focused Conference Monograph Series
    NIH, National Center for Nursing Research
    09/1986 to 08/1989
    Role: Co-Investigator
  • Autonomic Responses in the Hospitalized Elderly
    UNC Biomedical Research Support Grant
    07/1986 to 07/1987
    Role: Co-Investigator
  • Measure of Air Leak Post Thoractomy
    UNC Biomedical Research Support Grant
    01/1987 to 12/1987
    Role: PI
  • Effects of Scheduled Ambulation Post-Thoracotomy
    Deknatel Company
    01/1986 to 06/1988
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
  • Predictors of Acute Confusion in the Hospitalized Elderly (Junior Faculty Development Award )
    University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
    07/1985 to 07/1986
    Role: PI
  • State Board Members Perceptions of Impaired Nurses
    American Nurses Foundation Research Grant
    10/1985 to 09/1986
    Role: Co-investigator
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