A great number of DUSON community members recently presented at the 2019 Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS) Conference "Imagining the Future through Nursing Research and Innovation" in Orlando, FL. Presenters include:
- Nicole Calhoun, PhD student, presented "DeStress for Health: Partnering with Granville and Vance Counties to Reduce Stress."
- Allison Stafford, postdoctoral associate, presented "Facilitators and Barriers to Depression Treatment Engagement among Latina Adolescents." This poster won second place in the top student poster discussion session.
- Eunji Cho, PhD student, presented "Trajectory Typologies of Affective Symptoms in Maternal Caregivers of Children Undergoing Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation: A 1-year Longitudinal Study."
- Nicole Caviness-Ashe, Bridge Scholar, presented "Exploring the Relationship among Social Support, Patient-Centered Communication and Mental Health Status among Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Survivors."
- Uzoji Nwanaji, Bridge Scholar, presented "Association between Psychosocial Stress and Hypertension, the NHLBI Family Heart Study."
- Yesol Yang, PhD student, presented "The Mediating Role of Caregiver Burden on the Relationship between Concentration Problems and Emotional Distress among Patients with Hematologic Malignancies."
- Debra Brandon, associate professor, presented "Bundled Nurse Caregiving Activities for Stable Preterm Infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit."
Several faculty members led a Pre-Conference "Leveraging Big Data to Improve the Quality and Safety of Patient Care." Faculty members who presented include:
- Victoria Goode, assistant professor, presented "A Patient Safety Dilemma: Obesity in the Surgical Patient."
- Nancy Crego, assistant professor, presented "Differences in Type of Pediatric Adverse Events in Radiology Depending on the Sedation Provider."
- Deirdre Thornlow, assistant professor, presented "Relationship of Safety Practices to Patient Outcomes."
- Michael Cary, associate professor, presented "Inpatient Rehabilitation Outcomes for Medicare Beneficiaries With Hip Fracture."