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Michael P. Cary, PhD, RN
Michael Cary published an article entitled "Relationship Between Chronic Conditions and Disability in African American Men and Women" in the February issue of the Journal of the National Medical Association.
Co-authors for the publication represent John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, John Hopkins School of Nursing and Duke University Department of Psychology and Neuroscience.
Michael Cary along with colleagues Wei Pan, Rick Sloane, Janet Bettger, Beth Merwin, Ruth Anderson, and Duke Medicine's Helen Hoenig recently published an article entitled "Self-care and Mobility following Post-Acute Rehabilitation for Older Adults with Hip Fracture: A Multilevel Analysis" in the January issue of Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements of black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African-Americans in U.S. History. Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) has its own history in confronting racial issues. During the Fall of 1967, School of Nursing students joined others from across Duke for a sit-in to demand that student groups stop using University funds to patronize segregated facilities in Durham.
By: Michael Cary, PhD, RN
Assistant Professor, Duke University School of Nursing
After an unusually warm start to the season, we are starting to see a significant change in weather patterns with the winter storm approaching. With this comes an increased risk for falls and fall-related injuries for people of all ages, but most dangerously, for older adults.
Michael Cary selected for the Duke CTSA Research Career Development Award (Duke CTSA KL2). The program trains a diverse group of scholars in state-of-the-art clinical and translational research methods. This program is designed to provide young investigators with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform high-impact research and succeed in today’s highly competitive research environment.
The award will start July 1, 2016.
Michael Cary presented on "Psychosocial Factors associated Functionally Resilient Older African American Men" at the Gerontological Society of America Annual Scientific meeting in Orlando, Fla.
Cary also submitted a Clinical and Translational Science Award application entitled "Multiple chronic conditions associated with hospital readmission among hip fracture patients discharged from Inpatient Rehabilitation." The proposal requests funds for a three-year period with a start date of July 1, 2016.
Michael Cary presented on "Home-time following discharge from post-acute rehabilitation for Medicare beneficiaries" at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine annual conference in Dallas, Texas.
Janet Bettger is the principal investigator in the grant and co-author of the presentation.
Michael Cary has been selected to participate in the NIH Future Research Leaders Conference in conjunction with the NIH Research Festival in Sept. in Bethesda, Maryland. The Future Research Leaders Conference, sponsored by the NIH Chief Officer for Scientific Workforce Diversity, is an inaugural event with the purpose to engage early-stage investigators from diverse backgrounds to learn more about scientific career opportunities at NIH and provide them with an opportunity to interact with NIH scientific leaders and investigators.
Michael Cary was selected into the Duke Science & Society SciComm Fellows Program. Cary was one of 20 Duke University Faculty chosen for the program.
The program provides an opportunity for faculty and postdocs to develop communication skills and put those skills into action. Sessions will include work with experts in science communication, media, narrative and policy, as well as hands-on spoken and written exercises across multiple platforms.
Michael Cary co-authors book section entitled "Physical Health of African Americans" in the 2016 version of The Encyclopedia of Adulthood and Aging. Cary's co-authors include Roland Thorpe, Sarah Szanton and Janiece Walker from John Hopkins and Labarron Hill, Adrienne Morgan and Keith Whitfield from Duke University.