Congratulations to Ryan Shaw who has received an award from Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship for an agreement with Nursing & Patient Care Innovations to conduct the study protocol entitled " Line Snugglers Central Venous Catheter Line Covers (CVCLC): Evaluation in an Adult Critical Care Population." The purpose of this study is to evaluate consumer satisfaction and convenience of a Duke-invented nursing product labeled the Line Snuggler.
Ryan Shaw will present at the Endocrinology Grand Rounds on Friday, Oct. 5 from 1 until 2 p.m. at Duke South, Purple Zone, DS 3031.
He will be presenting the results from an NIH-funded study. The title of the talk is “Diabetes Mobile Care: From Episodic to Real-Time Care in Diabetes Self-Management.”
Congratulations to Ryan Shaw and his team who have received an award for their subcontract proposal on a University of Wisconsin-Madison NIH/NIDDK R01 entitled "Using Partners to Enhance Long-Term Weight Loss." This award is for a five year period, awarded July 20, 2018 to April 30, 2033. This subcontract was awarded at $109,133 for the 1st year project period.
Congratulations to Ryan Shaw and his co-principal investigator, Kris Hauser, Electrical Engineering-Pratt School of Engineering, who have received an award for their National Science Foundation proposal entitled "Customizing Semi-Autonomous Nursing Robots using Human Expertise." This award is for a three year period, awarded September 1, 2018 through August 31, 2021. This project was awarded at $962,572 for the three-year project period.
Ryan Shaw was recently quoted in a Modern Healthcare article entitled "FDA looks to regulate digital drug products."
Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb said Thursday that the agency is considering regulating digital tools that are used to encourage prescription medication adherence, potentially as part of a drug review process. Read the full article here.
Congratulations to PhD student Jackie Vaughn, and her faculty sponsors Ryan Shaw Sharron Docherty who have received an award for her NIH F31 NRSA proposal entitled "Technology-mediated Symptom Management in Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant Care." This award is for a three-year period. This project was awarded at $116,214 for the three-year project period.
The research of Ryan Shaw, a Duke School of Nursing faculty member, was recently featured in Men's Health for his research on mobile technologies on improving health outcomes and specifically text messages to help people maintain health weight or lose additional weight.
The ADAPT Center is pleased to announce the two recipients of the Fall 2013 ADAPT Center Small Grants Award: