Faculty and Students Present Research at Annual Meeting

Published: February 20th, 2017

Category: Faculty, News, Research, Students

Many College of Nursing faculty and students attended the 31st annual meeting of the Southern Nursing Research Society in Dallas on February 23-25.

Examples of research and scholarship that are faculty and students disseminated were:

Faculty Members:

Professor Jennifer Elder: A Patient Centered Outcomes Institute (PCORI) Approach to Engaging Autism Spectrum Disorders Stakeholders in Rural Underserved Areas [Session C3: General Session: Patient Centered Care Research]

Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Linda Haddad: Participatory Evaluation Strategy: A Feasible Approach in Community Based Participatory Programs Addressing Tobacco Smoking Disparities [Session A4: Symposium: Research Methods to Promote Health Equity]

Professor and Dean Anna McDaniel: Presenter [Session B6: Special Symposium Session: Navigating an Academic Career in a Research Intensive School of Nursing]

Postdoctoral student Lisa Scarton: Age-related differences in Pain Barriers and Acceptability of Tablet-based Data Collection among Lay Caregivers of Cancer Patients in Hospice [Session A1: A Transitional Journey: Issues in Older Adults and End-of-Life Challenges]

Associate Professor Jeanne Stacciarini: Geographic and Social Spaces Analyses: Contribution Towards CBPR with Rural Latinos [Session A4: Symposium: Research Methods to Promote Health Equity]

Christina Jones
: Mental Well-Being of Rural Latino Adolescents: Family, Social, and Community Environments [SessionA5: Poster Discussion – Top Student Posters]

Cameron McNeill: Does the Availability of Donor Human Milk Influence the Amount of Mothers Own Milk Consumed by Premature Infants in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit? [Session B5: Poster Discussion: Parent/Child RIG]