In addition to educating our future nursing leaders, we promote current research by offering students opportunities to be involved in research of interest to them. Developing the skills necessary for the discovery of new knowledge leads to new practices in the field.



Fall 2012 dissertations


Josie Veal

“Academic Success Factors Influencing Linguistically Diverse and Native English Speaking Associate Degree Nursing Students.”

Aimee Woda

“Self-Care Behaviors of African Americans with Heart Failure: A Photovoice Project.”


Research Assistant Achievement

 

Sara Haberlein

Publication:
Zauszniewski, A. J., Bekhet, A., & Haberlein, S. (2012). A decade of published evidence for psychiatric and mental health nursing interventions. OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 17(3).

Presentation:
Sjostedt, J. M., Boaz, L., & Haberlein, S. (2012). Older adult episodic care: Clinical conundrums online module. Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting of the Canadian Association on Gerontology, Vancouver

Octavia Kabobel

Poster Presentations:
Johnson, N., Kabobel, O., Gani, M., & Ahamed, S. (2013)  IPAD Application for Imaging Preparation Compared to Regular Care: Two Case Studies of Children with Autism. Midwest Nursing Research Society Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Johnson, N., Kabobel, O., Lalley, E., Ahamed, S.I., Gani, Md. Effect of an IPAD Application for Medical Imaging Procedure Preparation for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. 11th International Family Nursing Conference.  Minneapolis, June 19­22, 2013.

Qiyan Mu

Presentations:
Mu, Q., Fehring, R. J. (2012). Efficacy of Helping Sub-fertile Couples Achieve Pregnancy with Focused Intercourse during the Fertile Window. Forward Thinking Poster Session and Colloquy

Jennifer Sjostedt

Publications:
Hjertstedt, J., Barnes, S. L., & Sjostedt, J. M. (In Press). Investigating the impact of a community-based geriatric dentistry rotation on oral health literacy and oral hygiene of older adults. Gerodontology.

Invited column author for Wisconsin Senior Connection (newspaper) October 2012 entitled Dementia and Delirium

Poster Presentations:
Sjostedt, J. M., Hjertstedt, J., & Barnes, S. L. (May 10, 2012). Investigating the impact of a community-based geriatric dentistry rotation on oral health literacy and oral hygiene of older adults. 14th Annual Building Bridges Conference, Milwaukee, WI.

Hjertstedt, J., Barnes, S. L., & Sjostedt, J. M. (May 1, 2012). Improving oral health literacy in the geriatric population. 13th Annual National Oral Health Conference, Milwaukee, WI.

Sjostedt, J. M. (October 4-6, 2012). A conceptualization of mild cognitive impairment. National Gerontological Nursing Association 2012 Convention, Baltimore, MD.

Sjostedt, J. M., & Bull, M. J. (October 4-6, 2012). A review of information modalities for older adults. National Gerontological Nursing Association 2012 Convention, Baltimore, MD.

Sjostedt, J. M., Boaz, L., & Haberlein, S. (October 18-20, 2012). Older adult episodic care: Clinical Conundrums online module. 41st Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting of the Canadian Association on Gerontology, Vancouver, BC.

Sjostedt, J. M. (November 14-18, 2012). Mild cognitive impairment: A conceptualization. 65th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, San Diego, CA.

Sjostedt, J. M., & Bull, M. J. (November 14-18, 2012). Information Modalities for Older Adults: A Review. 65th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, San Diego, CA.

Bull, M. J., Boaz, L., Sjostedt, J. M. (November 28, 2012). What do family caregivers know about delirium? Forward Thinking Poster Session at Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.

Reviewer:
Invited Manuscript Reviewer for Gerodontology (2012)

Jiannan Zhang

Publication:
Frenn, M., Puszynski, J.E., Felzer, H., & Zhang, J. (in press). Authoritative Feeding Behaviors to Reduce Child BMI through Online Interventions. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing.

Presentation:
Bekhet, A. K., Johnson, N., Zauszniewski, J. A., & Zhang, J. (April, 2012). Effects of Positive Cognitions and Resourcefulness on Autism Spectrum Disorder Caregivers’ Burden. MNRS 36th Annual Research Conference.

Midwest Nursing Research Society
2013 Annual Research Conference Poster Presentations

 

Peter Nicoloff (Undergraduate)
Effects of obesity among African-American women who attend nurse managed clinics in underserved urban communities

Tamiah McCoy (Undergraduate)
Reliability and Validity of a Modified Severity of Dyspepsia Assessment Subscale as a Measure of Gastrointestinal Symptoms in Healthy Pregnant Women

Jamarrah Foster (Undergraduate)
The Effects of Breastfeeding Peer Counselors on African American Women’s Infant Feeding Decisions

Katalin Skelton (Masters)
A comparison of two formulations of Biofreeze on blood flow and vascular responses to exercise.

Rachel Jones (Masters)
Preliminary Usability Testing of iPad Communication Device for Mechanically Ventilated Patients

Qiyan Mu (PhD)
Efficacy of Achieving Pregnancy with Focused Intercourse during the Self-estimated Fertile Window

Teresa Jerofke (PhD)
Psychometric Testing of the Patient Perceptions of Patient-Empowering Nurse Behaviors Scale (PPPNBS)

Susan Leuck (PhD)
Long-term care nurses’ experiences in transferring a cognitively impaired elderly resident to the hospital.

Juanita (Terrie) Garcia (PhD)
Evaluation of Summer Pre-Admission Intensive Programs for Minority Baccalaureate Nursing Students


PhD Student Achievement

Janet Levey
“Attitudes of Nursing Faculty towards Nursing Students with Disabilities” (poster) accepted for presentation at the Postsecondary Disability Training Institute (PTI) conference.

Janet Levey
Proposal accepted for a Single Session at the 25th Annual Postsecondary Disability Training Institute (PTI).

Teresa Jerofke
Abstract, "Psychometric Testing of the Patient Perceptions of Patient-Empowering Nurse Behaviors Scale (PPPNBS)" accepted for poster presentation at the Nurses' Contributions to Fostering Successful Patient Engagement National Conference.

 

 

 


 


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