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2018 Publications by Faculty and Students

BOOKS


Authors: Hogan, M., Burke, S., Dentlinger, N., & Gingrich, M.

Title: Pharmacology: Reviews & rationales

Details: 4th edition. New York, NY: Pearson.


Authors: Hogan, M., Dentlinger, N., & Ramdin, V.

Title: Medical surgical nursing: Reviews & rationales

Details: 4th edition. New York, NY: Pearson.


Authors: Hogan, M., Frandsen, G., & Klechner, C.

Title: Nursing fundamentals: Reviews & rationales

Details: 3rd edition. New York, NY: Pearson.


Authors: Hogan, M.

Title: Fluids, electrolytes, & acid-base balance: Reviews & rationales

Details: 4th edition. New York, NY: Pearson.


 

BOOK CHAPTERS


Authors: Green, K.

Details:  'Prenatal Assessment' in Carcio, H. & Secor, M. (Eds), Advanced Health Assessment of Women, (4th edition). Springer Publishing, N.Y.


Authors: LeBlanc, R.

Details: 'Self-Management' in Lubkin & Larsen (Eds.), Chronic illness: Impact and interventions, (10th Edition). Jones & Bartlett Learning: Sudbury, MA.


 

ARTICLES


Authors: Rogers, K., Aselton, P. & Abelard, G.

Title: Education Interventions in Primary Care to Improve Chronic Pain Outcomes.

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research, 6(1): 1270-1274.

Purpose: To summarize the non-pharmacological tools that patients may use to relieve chronic pain.

Link: doi: 10.21474/IJAR01/6346


Authors: Frazer, M., Ciarlo, A., Herr, J., & Briere, C.E.

Title: Quality Improvement Initiative to Prevent Admission Hypothermia in Very-Low-Birth-Weight Newborns

Journal: Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing, 47(4): 520-528.

Purpose: To decrease rates of admission hypothermia (<36 °C) in very-low-birth-weight (VLBW) newborns (<1,500 g).

Link: doi: 10.1016/j.jogn.2018.03.003


Authors: Glasgow, M.E.S., Colbert, A.,Viator, J., & Cavanagh, S.

Title: The Nurse-Engineer: A New Role to Improve Nurse Technology Interface and Patient Care Device Innovations.

Journal: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 50(6): 601-611.

Purpose: To describe two innovative biomedical engineering and nursing collaborations designed to educate a new cadre of professionals and develop new knowledge and innovations (robots, patient care devices, and computer simulation).

Link: https://doi.org/10.1111/jnu.12431


Authors: Chandler, G., Kalmakis, K., Murtha, T.

Title: Screening adults with substance abuse disorders for adverse childhood experiences.

Journal: Journal of Addictions Nursing, 29(3): 172-178.

Purpose: To assess the incidence of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the efficacy and feasibility of a trauma-informed screening for ACEs among individuals in a substance use disorder recovery program.

Link: doi: 10.1097/JAN.0000000000000233


Authors: Kalmakis, K., Shafer, M.B., Chandler, G., Aponte, E.V., Roberts, S.J.

Title: Screening for childhood adversity among adult primary care patients.

Journal: Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, 30(4): 193-200.

Purpose: The purposes of this study were to test the effectiveness and feasibility of a screening interview for ACEs and to confirm the prevalence of ACEs among individuals with chronic health conditions.

Link: doi: 10.1097/JXX.0000000000000033


Authors: Zucker, D., Chandler, G., Dundon, E., Linowski, S., Fedorchak, D., & Rataj, S.

Title: Uncovering stigma: SBIRT promotes whole curriculum learning.

Journal: Journal of Addictions Nursing, 29(3): 203-204.

Purpose:

Link: doi: 10.1097/JAN.0000000000000237


Authors: Martin, S.A., Bosse, J., Wilson, A., Losikoff, P., & Chiodo, L.M.

Title: Under One Roof: Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C in Addiction Care

Journal: Addiction Science & Clinical Practice, 13:10

Purpose:

Link: doi.org/10.1186/s13722-018-0111-7


Authors: Choi, J., Choi J., & Jung, H.

Title: Applying Machine-learning Techniques to Build Self-Reported Depression Prediction Models.

Journal: Computers, Informatics, Nursing (CIN), 36(7): 317-321.

Purpose:

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Authors: Jacelon, C., LeBlanc, R., Alkhawaldeh, M., Ridgway, J., Marquard, J., & Choi, J.

Title: Developing ASSISTwell, a Tablet Application to Support Older Adult’s Self-management of Symptoms of Chronic Disease.

Journal: Gerontechnology, 17(1): 18-28.

Purpose:

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Authors: Gaudet, C. & Howett, M.

Title: Communication Amidst Technology: Applying the Theory of the Dynamic Nurse-Patient Relationship In Nursing Education.

Journal: Nursing Science Quarterly, 31(4): 369-373.

Purpose: This is an excellent time to examine communication between the nurse and patient in today’s fast-paced, technologically driven environment. Orlando’s theory of the dynamic nurse-patient relationship provides a theoretical framework for understanding that communication. The proposed model affords a visual demonstration to assist in teaching communication.

Link: doi: 10.1177/0894318418792891


Authors: Griggs, S., Morris, N.S.

Title: Fatigue among adults with type 1 diabetes mellitus and implications for self-management: An integrative review.

Journal: Diabetes Educator, 44(4): 325-339.

Purpose: The aim of this review was to integrate empirical and theoretical literature on fatigue among adults with type 1 diabetes mellitus.

Link: doi: 10.1177/0145721718782148


Authors: LeBlanc, R., & Jacelon, C.S.

Title: Self-care among older people living with chronic conditions.

Journal: International Journal of Older People Nursing, 13(3).

Purpose: The aim of this study was to clarify the concept of self-care among older people living with chronic health conditions. This concept clarification will assist nurses in addressing self-care among older people through research, policy and practice in offering an expanded conceptual model.

Link: doi: 10.1111/opn.12191


Authors:  Rodgers, B., Jacelon, C.S., & Knafl, K.

Title: Concept analysis and the advance of nursing knowledge: State of the science.

Journal: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 50(4): 451-459.

Purpose: Despite an overwhelming increase in the number of concept analyses published since the early 1970s, there are significant limitations to the impact of this work in promoting progress in nursing science.

Link: doi: 10.1111/jnu.12386


Authors: Bosse, J., LeBlanc, R., Bjarnadottir, R., Jackman, K.

Title: Benefits of implementing and improving collection of sexual orientation and gender identity data in electronic health records.

Journal: CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, (36)6: 267-274.

Purpose: Beginning in January 2018, meaningful use criteria dictate that electronic health records have the capability to collect data related to sexual orientation and gender identity of patients. Nurse informaticists play a vital role in the process of developing new electronic health records that are sensitive to the needs and identities of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. Improved collection of sexual orientation and gender identity data will advance the identification of health disparities experienced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations.

Link: doi: 10.1097/CIN.0000000000000417


Authors: Paterno, M., Low, M., Gubrium, A., & Sanger, K.

Title: Mothers and mentors: Exploring perinatal addiction and recovery through digital storytelling

Journal: Journal of Qualitative Research, QHR-2017-0820.R2

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to describe experiences of addiction in pregnancy, recovery, and subsequently serving as a peer mentor to other pregnant women with active SUD among women in recovery in a rural setting.

Link: https://doi.org/10.1177/1049732318777474


Authors: Paterno, M.T., Fiddian- Green, A., & Gubrium, A.

Title: Moms Supporting Moms: Digital storytelling with peer mentors in recovery from substance use.

Journal: Health Promotion Practice, 19(6): 823-832.

Purpose: This article describes findings from a pilot project that used digital storytelling as a mechanism for understanding substance use and recovery from the perspective of women in recovery from substance use disorder in pregnancy who worked as peer mentors with pregnant women currently experiencing substance use disorder.

Link: doi: 10.1177/1524839917750816


Authors: Paterno, M.T., Draughon Moret, J., Paskausky, A., & Campbell, J. C.

Title: Exploring reproductive coercion in relationship contexts among young adult, primarily African American women at three women’s health clinics.

Journal: Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 36(3-4), NP2248–2271NP

Purpose: Understanding reproductive coercion experiences in marginalized populations is important to assist in tailoring care and services. Reproductive coercion is consistently associated with intimate partner violence (IPV), engaging in sexual risk-taking, and is more commonly reported among non-White women.

Link: doi:10.1177/0886260518756116


Authors: Ehrlich, O., & Walker, R. K.

Title: Recruiting and retaining patient–caregiver–nurse triads for qualitative hospice cancer pain research.

Journal: American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 35(7): 1009-1014.

Purpose: Qualitative research about pain management for home hospice patients with cancer contributes rich descriptive data and such studies are critical to improving cancer pain outcomes. We describe the ethical and pragmatic challenges we faced in a study of the hospice caring triad, operationalized as the patient, family caregiver, and nurse; how our study design anticipated them; and related outcomes.

Link: doi: 10.1177/1049909118756623


Authors: Pereira-Morales, S., Arroyo-Novoa, C.M., Wysocki, A., & Sanzero E.L.

Title: Acute Pain Assessment in Sedated Patients in the Postanesthesia Care Unit.

Journal: The Clinical Journal of Pain, 34(8): 700-706.

Purpose: Acute postoperative pain remains inadequately assessed and managed. A valid instrument that assesses acute pain in sedated postanesthesia care unit (PACU) patients is needed. Two behavioral pain assessment instruments, the NonVerbal Pain Scale Revised (NVPS-R) and Critical-care Pain Observation Tool (CPOT), were used to determine whether these instruments adequately assess acute pain in the PACU.

Link: doi: 10.1097/AJP.0000000000000593