Marion E. Broome, dean and Ruby Wilson Professor of Nursing for Duke University School of Nursing; vice chancellor for Nursing Affairs for Duke University; and associate vice president for Academic Affairs for Nursing for Duke University Health System; Wei Pan, associate professor; Hanzhang Xu, medical instructor; and Iris Padilla, assistant professor, recently presented at the 2019 Sino-US Nursing Forum in Shanghai.
Wei Pan, associate professor, was recently invited to present at the Department of Medicine Grand Rounds at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
His presentation was entitled "We Cannot Randomize Participants in Observational Studies. What Else Can We Do?"
Michael Relf, associate dean for global and community health affairs; Wei Pan, associate professor; and Sathya Amarasekara, statistician III; recently published an article entitled "Discrimination, Medical Distrust, Stigma, Depressive Symptoms, Antiretroviral Medication Adherence, Engagement in Care, and Quality of Life Among Women Living With HIV in North Caroli
Wei Pan, associate professor; and Linda Davis, professor emerita; published an article entitled "Family Involvement in Adult Chronic Disease Care: Reviewing the Systematic Reviews" in the Journal of Family Nursing. Catherine Gilliss, University of California of San Francisco is a co-author of this article.
Wei Pan and PhD student Shaoqing Ge recently published an article entitled "Cross-validating a structural model of factors influencing diabetes self-management in Chinese Americans with type 2 diabetes" in the Journal of Transcultural Nursing. Co-authors include Yin Xu and Deborah Toobert.
Wei Pan was recently elected to serve as Chair-Elect in the Applied Public Health Statistics Section of the American Public Health Association (APHA).
His one-year term will begin on Nov. 15 following the APHA annual meeting.
APHA champions the health of all people and all communities. They are the only organization that influences federal policy, has a nearly 150-year perspective and brings together members from all fields of public health.
Duke University School of Nursing Center for Nursing Research recently hosted its inaugural Summer Institute: Methods and Analytics for Symptom Science Research on July 19-20.
“The Institute was a huge success and equipped researchers and analysts with cutting-edge methods and analytics for moving symptom science forward,” says Wei Pan, PhD, associate professor at Duke University School of Nursing.