NHS Scholarship Spotlight: April 1-June 30, 2015

JULY 17, 2015 – Faculty members and recent alumni at the School of Nursing & Health Studies have published on a range of topics—from heart disease and opioid abuse, to indoor tanning—in a variety of highly regarded academic publications.

The list below, in alphabetical order by author, includes the names of the NHS authors in boldface, the full journal or book citation, and a link, when available, to more information.

Faculty members were invited to submit information for this quarterly update—covering April 1-June 30, 2015. Therefore, this list may not be complete.

Kelley Anderson, PhD, RN, FNP
Assistant Professor of Nursing

Anderson, KM & Paterson M. (2015). Overview of secondary data analysis with a description of heart failure hospitalizations from the National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS). Clinical Scholars Review, 8(1), 130-138.

Reilly, CM, Anderson, KM, Baas, L, Johnson, E, Lennie, TA, Lewis, CM, & Prasun, M A (2015). American Association of Heart Failure Nurses Best Practices paper: Literature synthesis and guideline review for dietary sodium restriction, Heart & Lung: The Journal of Acute and Critical Care, 44(4), 289-298.

Peggy Compton, PhD, RN, FAAN
Associate Dean for Research, Evaluation, and Graduate Studies
Professor of Nursing

Compton P, Griffis C, Breen EC, Torrington M, Sadakane R, Tefera E, Irwin MR. Opioid Treatment of Experimental Pain Activates Nuclear Factor-kB J Opioid Manag. 2015 Mar-Apr; 11(2):115-25. Read more.

Compton, P, Weaver M. Commentary: Responsible Opioid Use, Journal of Pain and Palliative Care. 2015; 29:166-168. Read more.

Peggy Compton, PhD, RN, FAAN
Associate Dean for Research, Evaluation, and Graduate Studies
Professor of Nursing

Andrew Kanouse (NHS’14)
Human Science Major

Kanouse, A, Compton, P. The Epidemic of Prescription Opioid Abuse, the Subsequent Rising Prevalence of Heroin Use, and the Federal Response: A Review of Current Literature. Journal of Pain and Palliative Care. 2015. 29:102-114. Read more.

Carrie Bowman Dalley, MS
Instructor of Nursing

DiRaddo, JO, Miller, EJ, Bowman-Dalley, C, Wroblewska, B, Javidnia, M, Grajkowska, E, Wolfe, BB, Liotta, DC, & Wroblewski, JT. (2015). Chloride is an Agonist of Group II and III Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors. Molecular pharmacology, mol-114. Read more.

Kathryn K. Ellis, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, ANP-BC
Assistant Professor of Nursing

Kelley Anderson, PhD, RN, FNP
Assistant Professor of Nursing

Julie Spencer, DNP, FNP-BC, CUNP
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Nursing

Ellis, KK, Anderson, KM, & Spencer, JR. (2015). The living family tree: Bridging the gap between knowledge and practice in a family nurse practitioner program. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 11(5), 487-492. Read more.

John Kraemer, JD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Health Systems Administration

Collin Smith (NHS’15)
Human Science Major

Smith CN, Kraemer JD, Johnson AC, Mays D. Plain Packaging of Cigarettes: Do We Have Sufficient Evidence? Risk Management and Healthcare Policy 8 (2015): 21-30. Read more.

John Kraemer, JD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Health Systems Administration

Mays D & Kraemer JD. FDA Regulation of Indoor Tanning Devices and Opportunities for Skin Cancer Prevention. JAMA 313 (2015): 2423-2424. Read more.

Kenny A, Basu G, Ballard M, Griffiths T, Kentoffio K, Niyonzima JB, Sechler GA, Selinsky S, Panjabi RR, Siedner MJ, & Kraemer JD. Remoteness and Maternal and Child Health Service Utilization in Rural Liberia: A Population-Based Survey. Journal of Global Health  5 (2015): 020401, 1-12. Read more.

Jan LaRocque, PhD
Assistant Professor of Human Science

Daniel J. Merenstein, MD
Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Human Science

Christina Davis (NHS’14)
Human Science Major

LaRocque, JR, CL Davis, TT Tan, FJ D’Amico, DJ Merenstein. “Patients report preferences for receiving test results.” JABFM. Accepted. 2015.

Compiled by Bill Cessato and Peggy Compton, PhD, RN, FAAN

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