Isaac Lipkus, PhD, professor at Duke University School of Nursing, and his co-investigators Scott Huettel, PhD, professor in the department of psychology and neuroscience at Duke University; Wei Pan, PhD, associate professor at Duke University School of Nursing; Caroline Cobb, PhD, assistant professor at Virginia Commonwealth University and Merlyn Griffiths, associate professor of Marketing at University of North Carolina at Greensboro, were recently awarded $420,830 from the National Institutes of He
Duke University School of Nursing is co-sponsoring the 2012 Beijing International Nursing Conference, June 7-10, 2012, in Beijing, China. The theme of the conference is “Altogether for Nursing, Innovation with Evidence.” To promote regional, national, and international cooperation among nursing schools and institutions, the event will bring together nurse researchers and practitioners from around the world to exchange the latest developments in academic nursing and clinical care.
Professor Isaac Lipkus received an award for his NIH R21 proposal entitled "Effects of Message Framing on Cessation among Couples Where Both Partners Smoke." The award is for a two-year period, March 1, 2012, to February 28, 2014. The project was awarded at $240,690 for the two-year project period.
Professor Isaac Lipkus received an award for his Cancer Control Pilot Award through the Duke Cancer Prevention, Detection, and Control Research Program for a one-year period, July 1, 2012, to June 30, 2013, in the amount of $25,000.
Isaac Lipkus and team submitted an NIH R21 application entitled "Effects of 3D vs 2D Graphic Warning Labels on Smoking Beliefs and Behaviors" requesting funding for a two-year period with a start date of July 1, 2013.
A delegation of faculty from Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) will travel to China June 5-15 to participate in scholarly and cultural exchanges and to explore opportunities for educational exchange and research collaborations with top-tier Chinese educational and health care institutions.
Please congratulate Professor Isaac M. Lipkus, PhD, on the award of his DUSON ORA International Small Grant entitled: Exploring Effects of Health Education and Biomarker Feedback Among Chinese Smokers.
This project will explore methods to motivate smokers in China to quit.
Isaac Lipkus has received an award for his NIH R21 proposal entitled "Effects of Message Framing and Risk Feedback on CRC Screening." This award is for a two-year period, awarded September 24, 2014 to August 31, 2016. This project was awarded at $387,858 for the two-year project period.
The research findings of several faculty members and a PhD student will be presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2014 in Chicago, Ill., November 15-19, 2014.