Litchman Receives $30,000 Grant
RESEARCH
May 23, 2017

Peer Intervention in Diabetes

Dr. Michelle Litchman received $30,000 from the University of Utah Diabetes and Metabolism Center for her project titled, Improving Clinical, Behavioral and Psychosocial Type 1 Diabetes Outcomes with an Online Peer Health Intervention: A Pilot Study.... Read More

Simonsen receives $8,000 from March of Dimes Foundation
RESEARCH
May 11, 2017

One Key Question Research

Dr. Sara Simonsen received $8,000 from the March of Dimes Foundation for her project, One Key Question for Utah Women. ... Read More

Pepper Recognized for Life of Research, Mentoring
RESEARCH
May 08, 2017

WIN 2017 Emeritus

Dr. Ginny Pepper, retired Associate Dean of Research, was recognized at the 2017 WIN conference for her lifetime of research and mentoring of future nurse scientists.... Read More

Helping kids with cancer explain how they feel
RESEARCH
Mar 16, 2017

Q&A with Lauri Linder

After 20 years of experience as a pediatric oncology nurse, Assistant Professor Lauri Linder has focused her research on helping adolescents undergoing cancer treatment track their medications, explain their symptoms and boost their overall wellness.... Read More

What is the Fakebetes Challenge?
RESEARCH
Mar 15, 2017

Q&A with Michelle Litchman

Assistant Professor Michelle Litchman uses social media to engage with diabetes patients and help them manage their disease. Learn more about what inspires her research in this Q&A.... Read More

Complicated Grief
RESEARCH
Feb 15, 2017

Complicated Grief

Dr. Katherine Supiano received a $149,999 International Research Grant from the Alzheimer’s Association for her three-year study entitled “Group Therapy for Dementia Caregivers At Risk for Complicated Grief”. Dr. Supiano in conjunction with faculty members, Dr. Marilyn Luptak and Dr. Troy Andersen from the College of Social Work.... Read More

Optimizing Care for Expectant Moms
RESEARCH
Dec 15, 2016

Optimizing Care for Expectant Moms

Almost 20 years ago, a groundbreaking study of acute care nursing units found that the number of patients a nurse was responsible for directly affected that patient’s chance of complications, influencing the way hospitals units are staffed. Now, the University of Utah College of Nursing’s Barbara Wilson, PhD, RNC-OB is working to understand how these ratios impact care in labor and delivery units.... Read More