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."
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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
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.
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.
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- Good News! Smith Application for Pfizer
- Kudos to Sophia Smith and her entire team for the submission of their Pfizer Independent Investigator application entitled "Reimagine End of Life: An Online, Personalized Coping and Decision Aid for Metastatic Breast Cancer Patients and Providers." This proposal requests funding for a two-year period with a start date of January 1, 2016.
- Good News! Lipkus Application for Multi-PI-DCI
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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.
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.
The month of May isn’t just about recognizing mothers and nurses. It is also designated as Older Americans Month. This is a time to acknowledge the perennial contributions of older adults to our nation. This year’s theme is “Blaze a Trail,” which hopes to raise awareness on important issues facing older adults such as civic engagement, finances and wellness. For more than 50 years, Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) has been committed to advancing health and wellness for older adults.
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Good News! Bailey and McClintock Application Submission
- Kudos to Chip Bailey and Shawn McClintock with University of Texas Southwestern and their entire team for their Multi-PI, NIH R21 application entitled “Preparing Carepartner Adaptive Strategies for Health (PREPARE)." This proposal requests funding for a two-year period with a start date of April 1, 2017.