CON Faculty Accomplishments
Nov 26, 2018 12:00 AM
Lauri Linder participated in the International Society of Pediatric Oncology’s 50th Congress in Kyoto, Japan November 16 – 19th and gave the following presentations:
- Linder, L. A., Erickson. J., Stegenga, K., Macpherson, C. F., Chiu, Y.-S., & Ameringer, S. (2018). Priority symptoms identified by adolescents and young adults receiving chemotherapy using an iPad-based symptom heuristics app. International Society of Pediatric Oncology (SIOP) Annual Congress. Kyoto, Japan.
- Linder, L., Wu, Y., Wilson, A., Jo, Y., Macpherson, C., & Johnson, R. (2018). Oral medication adherence among adolescents and young adults with cancer during a trial of a smartphone-based medication reminder app. International Society of Pediatric Oncology (SIOP). Annual Congress. Kyoto, Japan.
Note that two of her co-authors include Andy Wilson (adjunct faculty at the College of Nursing and former Director of Applied Statistics) and Yin-Shun (Sindy) Chiu, a current student in our Nursing Informatics specialty track who has worked as a Research Assistant on several of Dr. Linder’s projects.
Michelle Litchman was awarded the 2018 Utah Nurse Practitioner Excellence in Research Award. This is a link to the award. https://s3.amazonaws.com/enp-network-assets/production/files/10051/original/UNP_Awards_2018_Poster_20_x_26_inch_proof.pdf?1542587568
Kim Friddle, specialty director of the Neonatal Nurse Practitioner track in the DNP program; and Katie Ward, specialty director of the Women’s Health track of the DNP program, traveled to the Gates Foundation 2018 International Family Planning Conference held in Kigali, Rwanda. They met with faculty from the College of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Rwanda about possible collaborations between our two schools.
Barbara Wilson provided a keynote presentation at the Nursing Education and Research Summit in Melbourne, Australia. The title of her presentation was “Lessons learned from Human Factors Engineering: Enhancing the quality and safety of nursing care.”
Publications this week:
Currie, D. W., Thoreson, S. T., Clark, L., Goss, C. W., Marosits, M. J., & DiGuiseppi, C. G. (2018). Factors associated with older adults’ enrollment in balance classes to prevent falls: Case control stud. Journal of Applied Gerontology.
Buder, I., Zick, C., Waitzman, N., Simonsen, S., Sunada, G., & Digre, K. (2018). It takes a village: Cost-effectiveness of an intervention to improve diet and physical activity among minority women. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 15(11), 819-826.
Lee, T. E., Berg, C. A., Baker, A. C. Mello, D., Litchman, M. L., & Wiebe, D. J. (in press). Health-risk behaviors and type I diabetes outcomes in the transition from late adolescence to early emerging adulthood. Children’s Health Care.
Ginny Pepper, Andy Wilson, and Mollie Cummins
Alderden, J., Pepper, G. A., Wilson, A., Whitney, J. D., Richardson, S., Butcher, R., Jo, Y. & Cummins, M. R. (2018). Predicting Pressure injury in critical care patients: A
machine-learning model. American Journal of Critical Care, 27(6), 461-468. doi:
10.4037/ajcc2018525. PubMed PMID: 30385537; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC6247790.
Alderden, J., Zhao, Y.L., Zhang, Y., Thomas, D., Butcher, R., Zhang, Y., & Cummins, M. R.
(2018). Outcomes associated with stage 1 pressure injuries: A retrospective cohort study.
American Journal of Critical Care, 27(6), 471-476. doi: 10.4037/ajcc2018293. PubMed PMID: 30385538; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC6247785.