Faculty and Students Present Research at Annual Meeting

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]