Congratulations to Gator Nursing PhD students Marina Magalhães (first author), Larissa Iapicca and their faculty mentor, Dr. Leslie Parker…
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The University of Florida College of Nursing is driven to transform health through exceptional academic programs, preeminent research and innovative practice. Each semester the University of Florida College of Nursing’s Dean list recognizes those students who’s academic success is a reflection of the college’s standard of excellence.
As an American Public Health Association (APHA) Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Section Fellow, PhD student Marina Magalhães (BSN 2017) is one of only a handful nationwide selected for this program that supports engagement in maternal and child health policy, programs and research, as well as leadership development. Marina is passionate about reducing inequities in maternal and child health, and her dissertation research uses an mHealth approach to determine whether text messaging breast milk sodium levels (a biomarker of pumping frequency) to mothers of critically ill infants during the early postpartum period improves long-term lactation outcomes. Post-graduation, she hopes to expand her work on pressing issues in women's health, such as the increasing incidence of cesarean delivery and the maternal mortality epidemic.
Danielle R. Beasley
Testing Medical and Nurse Practitioner Students’ Pre and Post Intervention Knowledge, Self-Efficacy and Motivation for Antepartum Patient Teaching of Maternal Depression: Self-Identification and Screening | Project Chairperson: V. Johnson-Mallard
Marion M. Bendixen
Lactation Success in Mothers of Critically Ill Infants | Project Chairperson: L. Parker
Alinka L. Foldesi
HIV-Related Stigma and Medication Adherence: A Rural-Urban-Suburban Comparison Using Secondary Data from a Florida Cohort Survey | Project Chairperson: J. Stacciarini
Renessa S. Williams
The Impact of HIV-Related Stigma among Adults Living with HIV & Disability in Florida, 2015-2016 | Project Chairperson: R. Lucero