Cristina Hendrix

Faculty and Students Present at GSA Annual Scientific Meeting

Numerous DUSON faculty and students presented at the Gerontological Society of America's annual Scientific Meeting in Austin, November 13-17:

"Implementation of the Goals of Care Decision Aid in Nursing Homes: An Evidence-Based Intervention" (Eleanor McConnell, associate professor)

SYMPOSIUM: "SOCIAL NETWORKS, HEALTH, AND WELL-BEING AMONG PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA"

PhD Student Yang, Rushton, Hendrix and Colleague Publish Article in BMJ Open

PhD student Yesol Yang; Sharron Rushton, assistant professor; Cristina Hendrix, associate professor; and Amanda Woodward, Duke librarian, published an article entitled "Understanding on the association between informal caregiver characteristics and cognitive function of adults with cancer: a scoping review protocol" in the BMJ Open.

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Hendrix and Colleagues Publish Article in Journal of General Internal Medicine

Cristina Hendrix, associate professor, and colleagues publish article entitled "Discharge Information and Support for Patients Discharged from the Emergency Department: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial" in the Journal of General Internal Medicine. Co-authors include Susan Hastings, Karen Stechuchak, Cynthia Coffman, Elizabeth mahanna, Morris Weinberger, Courtney Van Houtven, Kenneth Schmader, Chad Kessler, Jaime Hughes, Katherine Ramos, G.

Hendrix and Colleagues Publish Article in Journal of General Internal Medicine

Cristina Hendrix, associate professor, and colleagues recently published an article in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.  The topic is ‘Family Caregiver Skills Training to Improve Experience of Care: A Randomized Clinical Trial.’ Read the full text here: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11606-019-05209-x

Hendrix Provides Commentary on Duke Medicine Health News Mindfulness Eases Caregiver Strain

Cristina Hendrix, associate professor, recently provided commentary on how mindfulness may ease caregiver strain.  The commentary, published in August in Duke Medicine Health News, was written for the public and provides a conversation between provider and patient on the ways mindfulness may decrease stress for caregivers.  Read the full text here:

Hendrix and Colleagues Publish Article in JAAPA

Cristina Hendrix, associate professor, recently published an article entitled "Primary care provider type: Are there differences in patients' intermediate diabetes outcomes?" in the the Official Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (JAAPA). Co-authors include Christine M. Everett of Duke University School of Medicine, Perri Morgan of the Duke University School of Medicine, Valerie A.

Hendrix and Colleagues Publish Article in Health Affairs

Cristina Hendrix, associate professor, recently published an article entitled "Impact Of Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, And Physician Assistants On Utilization And Costs For Complex Patients" in Health Affairs. Co-authors include Perri Morgan of Duke University School of Medicine, Valerie Smith of Duke University School of Medicine, Theodore Berkowitz of Durham VA Health Care System, David Edelman of Duke University School of Medicine, Courtney H. Van Houtven of Duke University School of Medicine, Sandra L.

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