DUSON Faculty & Students Present at the STTI International Nursing Research Congress

DUSON faculty and PhD students recently traveled to Dublin, Ireland for the 28th International Nursing Research Congress sponsored by the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.

Ryan Shaw was one of three to receive the 2017 Emerging Nurse Research Award. Created in 2015, the award recognizes one nurse researcher from each of the STTI global regions who has received his/her PhD within the last five years and whose research has impacted the profession and the people it serves. Shaw was the recipient for North America and the other recipients represented Europe and Africa.

PhD student Jing Wang presented on "Effects of Care Arrangement on Community-dwelling Chinese Older Adults' Age of Institutionalization." Co-authors included Wei Pan and Yang Qin.

Deb Brandon completed a poster presentation entitled "Changes in Providers Viewpoint Eight Years After Implementation of a Neonatal Palliative Care Program," and an oral presentation entitled "Change in Caregiving Activities in Preterm Infants Over the First 14-Days of Life."

Beth Phillips completed a poster presentation entitled "Clinical decision making in last semester senior BSN nursing students."

PhD student Lisa Mansfield completed a poster presentation entitled "Parental Perceived Barriers and Facilitators to HPV Vaccination: A Literature Review."

Chip Bailey completed a poster presentation entitled "Collaborative work of patients and providers: Symptoms, challenges, shared meaning, and planning the work."

PhD student Tara Mann completed a poster presentation entitled "Exploring the trajectories of cognitive symptoms in advanced cancer patients receiving aggressive immunotherapy: Preliminary findings."


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