Broome, Relf, Corazzini and PhD Student Wang Present at US-SINO Forum in Pittsburgh

Marion E. Broome, Michael Relf, Kirsten Corazzini and PhD student Jing Wang recently presented at the U.S.-Sino Nursing Forum hosted by the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing. The three-day conference provided the opportunity to explore the variations, similarities, research endeavors and research findings regarding the management of chronic disorders in the United States and China.

Broome provided a response to the keynote. Corazzini presented on "Common Data Elements for U.S.-Sino Research in Long-term Care Homes: Advancing Person-Centered Care." Relf presented on "Stigma Experiences, Affective Symptoms, and the HIV Care Continuum among Women Living with HIV in the Deep South." Wang presented on "Living with Cognitive Impairment: Perspectives from Community-Dwelling Older Adults and their Informal Caregivers in China."

Wang's co-authors included Corazzini, Eleanor McConnell and Bei Wu. 

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