Kathryn Kreider, associate professor, and recent DNP graduate Vanessa Atyabi published an article entitled "Screening for Diabetes and Self-Care in Patients With Severe Mental Illness" in The Journal for Nurse Practitioners.
Iris Padilla, assistant professor, recently presented on "Development of an Innovative Diabetes/Endocrinology Training Program for Advanced Practice Nurses" at the 2019 SINO-US Nursing Forum in Shanghai. Kathryn Kreider, associate professor, was a contributing author.
Blanca 'Iris' Padilla, assistant professor; Kathryn Kreider, assistant professor and colleague Elizabeth Rende published an article entitled "Developing Innovative On-Campus Intensives to Enhance Distance-Based Nurse Practitioners Programs" in Journal of Nursing Education.
Kathryn Kreider, assistant professor, recently authored two book chapters that appear in the new Adult Gerontology Acute Care Practice Guidelines textbook.
Kreider authored a chapter entitled "Pheochromocytoma," and she and Anna Schaffer, MSN alumna, co-authored a chapter entitled "Adrenal Insufficiency."
Kathryn Kreider, assistant professor, was recently featured in an article entitled "Winter Books: The Beatles, Ellington and 'The Magic of Collaboration' and Other Great Reads" published by Duke Today.
Kreider was listed as a chapter author of "Anatomy and Physiology of the Pituitary Gland" in the book entitled "Advanced Practice in Endocrinology Nursing."
Mary Nicole John, DNP '18; Kathryn Kreider, assistant professor; Julie Thompson, research associate/statistical consultant; and Katherine Pereira, professor; recently published an article entitled "Implementation of A1C Point-of-Care Testing: Serving Under-Resourced Adults with Type 2 Diabetes in a Public Health Department" in Clinical Diabetes.
Kathryn Kreider, assistant professor, is a co-author of the 2019 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes published by the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
The guidelines are read worldwide and are considered the foremost guidelines for the management of diabetes in the United States.
Melissa Sutton, DNP '18; Kathryn Kreider, assistant professor and Julie Thompson, research associate/statistical consultant recently published an article entitled "Improving outcomes in patients with peripheral arterial disease" in the Journal of Vascular Nursing. Co-authors include Samir Germanwala DO of Longview Cardiac and Vascular Consultants and Johathan Greifenkamp of Longview Cardiac and Vascular Consultants.