An op-ed written by Ryan Shaw entitled "Technological gadgets cannot change human behavior" has been published in Times Union. It is part of Duke's Science Communication fellowship for faculty and is the result of a short workshop on writing op-eds for the public and news media.
Ryan Shaw's op-ed, the result of a short workshop on writing op-eds for the public and news media that was part of Duke's Science Communication fellowship for faculty, has been published by The News & Observer under the title "Wearable health monitors not quite there yet."
Ryan Shaw coauthored a chapter entitled "Applying technology to medication management and adherence" that has been published in the book Behavioral Health Care and Technology: Using Science-Based Innovations to Transform Practice edited by D. D’Addona, L. Marsch, S. Lord and J. Dallery.
Ryan Shaw was one of four presenters a the Duke Science & Society Periodic Tables Science Cafe at the Motorco Music Hall in Durham. The event is an informal science gathering during which invited speakers share interesting, relevant science to the general public in an engaging and interactive way.
The session was an opportunity for speakers to share the inside scoop on their research and Shaw presented on his research in mobile health technology.
Ryan Shaw and Isaac Lipkus recently co-authored an article entitled "Feasibility and Smokers' Evaluation of Self-Generated Text Messages to Promote Quitting" in the Nicotine & Tobacco Research Journal.
The article was co-authored with colleages from Duke University Department of Community and Family Medicine, Department of General Internal Medicine, Duke Global Health Institute and the Center for Health Services Research in Primary Care with the Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
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Sophia Smith is featured in an American Journal of Managed Care video entitled "Dr Sophia Smith Advocates for Introducing Palliative Care as Early as Possible" from the National Comprehensive Cancer Network Annual Meeting.
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One nursing student's desire to be able to Skype in on a nursing education moment, sparked an idea with Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) educators Jacqueline Vaughn, BSN, RN, CHSE clinical instructor; Ryan Shaw, PhD, RN, assistant professor; and Margie Molloy, DNP, RN, CNE, CHSE director for the Center for Nursing Discovery. The trio worked together to use telepresence robots as an instructional tool for high fidelity or life-like clinical simulations.