Donald (Chip) Bailey Jr.

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)


Stevenson, Bailey and Colleagues Publish Article in Health Psychology Open

Eleanor Stevenson, associate professor; Donald "Chip" Bailey, associate professor; and colleagues publish article entitled "Applying the Adaptive Leadership Framework for Chronic Illness to Understand How American and British Men Navigate the Infertility Process." in the Health Psychology Open. Co-authors include Kevin McDleny and Eilis Moody with The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK.

Bailey Receives Award for UNC-Chapel Hill Subcontract Application

Congratulations to Chip Bailey, associate professor, who has received an award for his UNC-Chapel Hill subcontract application entitled “Pilot Feasibility Testing of a Small Randomized Controlled Trial to Evaluate a Telemedicine Stress Management and Lifestyle Group Intervention for Patients with Symptomatic Chronic Hepatitis C.” This proposal has been awarded for a two-year period with a start date of June 1, 2019.

Schneider, Nevidjon, Bailey and Walton Participate in ONS NC Advocacy Day

The Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) recently hosted North Carolina Advocacy Day 2018.

Susan Schneider gave the opening remarks highlighting the goals of the ONS Center for Advocacy and Health Policy, Brenda Nevidjon presented "Advocacy: If not you, Who?; If not now, When?" Chip Bailey presented "Advocating for Health Policy as an ONS Board Member" and AnnMarie Walton presented "Advocating for Safe Handling of Hazardous Drugs." 

Oncology Nursing Month: Educating Students to Lead Every Step of the Way

We’ve all seen the Facebook or YouTube video of a person who has just completed cancer treatment and is overcome with joy, ringing the bell and sounding the alarm that treatment is done. What often moves us, in addition to the patient’s celebration, are the joyful and sometimes tearful faces of the oncology nurses.

Oncology nurses are at the forefront of cancer care every step of the way – in explaining the diagnosis, administering treatments, managing side effects, supporting patients and their families, rejoicing during triumphs and offering words of comfort.

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