CON Faculty Accomplishments
Sep 30, 2019 12:00 AM
Sumiko Martinez will be presenting this week at the National Scholarship Providers Association conference in Minneapolis. The presentation title is "Crossing the Finish Line: Impact of Emergency and Completion Funds." Sumiko organized the panel with four other institutions and will be highlighting the College of Nursing's Hardship Scholarship and the impact it has had on students.
Did we mention all of the great participation from the College of Nursing at the 6th Annual Academy of Health Science Educators (AHSE) symposium?
Under the direction of CON faculty and AHSE Director Rebecca Wilson, here are the presentations made by CON faculty:
- Sheila Deyette: Here’s your toolbox, now go forth & practice! Have we skipped the apprentice years in the haste to graduate practitioners?
- Stevi Gire and Sarah Stice-Goff: Simulation methodology to teach behavioral emergency response teams de-escalation
- Denise Reeves, Connie Madden & Cheryl Armstrong: Impact of maternal newborn clinical on first semester pre-licensure baccalaureate nursing students
- Brenda Luther & Linda Edelman: Using digital badges to enhance primary care nursing education
- Rebecca Wilson & Teresa Garrett: The intersection of emotional intelligence and giving difficult feedback
- Clare Kranz & Jennifer Macali: Baked, mashed, and smashed: Understanding evidence-based quality improvement through gamification
- H. Hoff, M. Holsti, T. Farrell, G. Case, K. Keefe, & Sue Chase-Cantarini: Challenging mentoring experiences: Using the mentoring soundboard
- Sara Hart, K. Moore, B. Cardell, & Meghan O’Connor: Group peer review of submitted manuscripts: Do, reflect, propose
Michelle Litchman has been selected as a faculty member for the 3rd cohort of the University of Utah’s Foundation Fellows Program. Sponsored by the offices of the VP of Research and VP of Institutional Advancement, the Foundation Fellows program aims to build and enhance faculty’s abilities to identify and qualify potential private sponsors for their work, leverage central U foundation relations resources, and successfully solicit support for their scholarly research.
Kara Dassel, Kathie Supiano, Eli Iacob, and PhD student Sara Bybee:
Kara Dassel has been asked to provide a one hour webinar through the NICHE on her team’s (Kathie Supiano, Eli Iacob, Rebecca Utz & Sara Bybee) LEAD Guide (Life-Planning in Early Alzheimer’s and Dementia) publication. This webinar will be on Wednesday November 20 from 1-3PM EST. A link will be forthcoming. Congratulations, Kara!
PhD student Vickie Tiase, Kathy Sward, and Mollie Cummins:
Taise, V. L, Sward, K. A., & Cummins, M. (2019) Navigating the search for patient generated health data. Studies in health technology and informatics, 264, p. 1992.
- Xu, J., Ellington, L., Heyman, R.E., Vadaparampil, S.T., Reblin, M. (2019). Money matters: An analysis of advanced cancer couples’ communication about financial concerns. Supportive Care in Cancer
- Bloom, R. D., Beck, S., Chou, W., Reblin, M., & Ellington, L. (2019). In their own words: Experiences of caregivers of adults with cancer as expressed on social media. Oncology Nursing Forum, 46(5), 617-630.
Nancy Allen and Michelle Litchman:
Yingling, L., Allen, N.A., Litchman, M.L., Colicchio, V., Gibson, B.S. (2019). An evaluation of digital health tools for diabetes self-management in Hispanic adults: Exploratory study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 21(7), art. No. e12936
Boyd F. Richards, Elizabeth M. Cardell, Candace J. Chow, Kathryn B. Moore, Krystal L. Moorman, Meghan O’Connor & Sara E. Hart (2019) Discovering the Benefits of Group Peer Review of Submitted Manuscripts, Teaching and Learning in Medicine, DOI: 10.1080/10401334.2019.1657870
Michelle Litchman and Linda Edelman:
Litchman, M.L. & Edelman, L. S. (2019). Perceptions of the diabetes online community’s credibility, social capital, and help and harm: Cross-sectional comparison between baby boomers and younger adults. Journal of Medical Internet Research Aging, 2(2):e10857. doi: 10.2196/10857