February News and Awards
The Barnard Center for Infant Mental Health and Development is excited to announce that Dr. Nucha Isarowong has joined our team to lead the Advanced Clinical Training Program, developing Washington’s infant mental health workforce. Read more.
The de Tornyay Center, Dean’s office, BNHI, and Office of Nursing Research were pleased to host Dr. Kate Lorig on February 6. Dr. Lorig is well known for her research with and dissemination of the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. She spoke to DNP students, presented at a brown bag, and offered one-on-one consultations for faculty and post-docs.
The American Public Health Association Public Health Nurse Section (APHA PHN) nominated Doris Boutain and research team to be profiled as part of the national Public Health Nursing Research Campaign. The feature will highlight community-based participatory research and working with multilingual and multicultural community-based organizations. This recognition is from the Research Committee of the section and will focus on the research team below, which includes three nursing PhD scholars here at the University of Washington School of Nursing. The team below will represent public health nursing research in the West, only four people or teams will be featured nationally.
- Cindy Dougherty was an author on the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survivorship statement released by the American Heart Association.
- Iribarren, SJ, Wallingford, J, Schnall, R, Demiris, G. (2020). Converting and expanding mobile support tools for tuberculosis treatment support: Design recommendations from domain and design experts. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 5, March 20. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.yjbinx.2019.100066.
- Iribarren, SJ, Rodriuez, Y, Lin, L, Chirico, C, Discacciati, V, Schnall, R, Demiris, G. (2020). Converting and expanding a mobile support intervention: Focus group and field-testing findings from individuals in active tuberculosis treatment. International Journal of Medical Informatics. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2019.104057
- Kearns, W.R., Kaura, N., Divina, M., Vo, C., Si, D., Ward, T.M., & Yuwen., W. (2020). A Wizard-of-Oz interface and persona-based methodology for collecting health counseling dialog. Proceedings of the ACM CHI 2020 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. In press.
- Kerryn Reding‘s manuscript, “The Association of Delay in Curative Intent Treatment with Survival among Breast Cancer Patients: Findings from the Women’s Health Initiative” was been accepted for publication in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment.
- Litsfeldt S, Ward TM, Hagell P, Garmy P. (2020). Association Between Sleep Duration, Obesity, and School Failure Among Adolescents. J Sch Nurs. Jan 24:1059840520901335. doi: 10.1177/1059840520901335.
- McOmber M, Rafati D, Cain K, Devaraj S, Weidler EM, Heitkemper M, Shulman RJ. (2020) Increased gut permeability in first degree relatives of children with irritable bowel syndrome or functional abdominal pain, Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 18:375-384.
- Pang D, Qian L, Chen ZJ, Lu Q, Heitkemper MM, Yang P, Jin S. (2019) Psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the chemotherapy-induced taste alteration scale. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 42:7-13, 2019.
- Pei-Lin Yang, Teresa M. Ward, Robert L. Burr, Vishesh K. Kapur, Susan M. McCurry, Michael V. Vitiello, Catherine L. Hough, Elizabeth C. Parsons. (In Press). Sleep and Circadian Rhythms in Survivors of Acute Respiratory Failure, Frontiers in Neurology, section Sleep Disorders.
- Wongchareon, K., Thompson, H., Mitchell, P.H., Barber, J. & Temkin, N. (2020). IMPACT and CRASH prognostic models for traumatic brain injury: External validation in a South-American cohort. Injury Prevention. https://injuryprevention.bmj.com/content/early/2020/01/20/injuryprev-2019-043466. This represents work done during Dr. Wongchareon’s dissertation which was mentored by Drs. Thompson and Mitchell.
Presentations and Webinars:
- Fathi, J.T. (2020). Telehealth: Nurses Called to Action. American Association of Colleges of Nursing. February 12, 2020. [Webinar]. Archive available at: https://www.aacnnursing.org/Professional-Development/Webinar-Info/sessionaltcd/WG20_02_12
- Pickler, R.H., Santacroce, S.J., Thompson, H.J. (2020). Building nurse scientists and nursing science through individual development plans. AACN Doctoral Forum. Naples, FL. January 31, 2020. [Podium].
- Renee Cantarini, Senior Lecturer at the University of Washington School of Nursing, was a guest lecturer, January 9, 2020, at Seattle Pacific University to the DNP advanced practice nursing students on Billing and Coding and Contract Negotiations. This was an interactive learning session for both topics.
- Renee Cantarini, Senior Lecturer at the University of Washington School of Nursing, presented, February 28, 2020, in Anchorage, Alaska at the Alaska Institute 20/20 conference sponsored by the Alaska Brain Injury Network. My presentation is: ‘Let’s Get to Practice!’ A Workshop on Concussion Management. It is an interactive learning case-based workshop for all primary care providers.
- Sarah Martha, Postdoctoral Fellow in BNHI on the Omics and Symptom Science Training Grant Presented at the American Heart Association/International Stroke Conference 2020, February 19-21, 2020: Martha, S. R., Cheng, Q., Gong,, L., Fraser, J. F., Collier, L. A., Davis, S. M., Lukins, D., Alhajeri, A., Grupke, S., and Pennypacker, K. R. Machine Learning Analysis of Gene Expression Data and Predictive Stroke Outcomes In Acute Ischemic Stroke.
- Teresa Ward was an invited speaker to the “Network Sleep and Health conference and training day Sleep – in the front line of health.” This conference was organized by the Sleep and Health Network in collaboration with the Platform for Health in Cooperation at Kristianstad University and WHO-CC Clinical Center for Health Promotion, Lund University.
- Thompson, H.J. & Sonney, J. (2020). Engineering DNP Final project infrastructure to support students, promote workload efficiency and strengthen academic-clinical partnerships. AACN Doctoral Forum. Naples, FL. January 30, 2020. [Poster].
The SAS Staff, Emily Lamont, and Laurie Rossnagel were nominated for the UW Distinguished Staff Awards and recognized at the distinguished staff nomination reception on February 25th.