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Ph.D., Marquette University
NURS 1002: Dimensions of the Nursing Profession in the Jesuit Tradition
NURS 4700: Nursing Concepts & Interventions for the Care of Adults/Older Adults II -Theory
NURS 6000: Theoretical Foundations of Nursing
NURS 6202: Nursing Concepts & Interventions for the Care of Adults/Older Adults II -Theory
Dr. Piacentine’s program of research focuses on methods individuals employ to self-manage symptoms that have developed from disease or related treatments. Working with an interdisciplinary team, Dr. Piacentine has focused on exercise to mitigate symptoms of cancer and multiple sclerosis. She has led qualitative research regarding team experience. The team has also used mixed methodology to understand the psychological and physiological changes cancer survivors who engage in exercise. Dr. Piacentine also collaborates on investigations of readiness for hospital discharge and education of student nurses regarding discharge teaching.
American Association of Nurse Practitioners
American College of Sports Medicine
Midwest Nursing Research Society
Oncology Nursing Society
Sigma Theta Tau International, Delta Gamma at-Large Chapter
Acute Care Medical-Surgical Nursing
Acute Care Nurse Practioner-Board Certified (ACNP-BC)
Link to Marquette University E-Publications - Piacentine
2018 Piacentine, L.B., Robinson, K. M., Waltke, L. J., Tjoe, J.A., & Ng, A.V. (2018) Promoting Team-Based Exercise Among African American Breast Cancer Survivors, WJNR, 40(12), 1885-1902. doi:10.1177/01939459187953
2018 Candela, L., Piacentine, L.B., Bobay, K. & Weiss, M. (2018). Teaching students to teach patients: A theory guided approach. Journal of Nursing Education & Practice. 18 (11), 92-101.
2016 Robinson, K.M., Piacentine, L.B., Waltke, L.J., Ng, A.V., Tjoe, J.A. (2016). Survivors speak: A qualitative analysis of motivational factors influencing breast cancer survivors in a sprint distance triathlon. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25(1-2), 247-256. doi: 10.1111/jocn.13067
2016 Piacentine, L. B., Miller, J.F., Haberlein, S., & Bloom, A.S. (2016). Perceived cognitive changes with chemotherapy for breast cancer: A pilot study. Applied Nursing Research, 29, 9-11. doi.org/10.1016/j.apnr.2015.03.015
Maloni, H., McNair, N.D., Mogenson, K., Oloomi, C.W., & Piacentine, L. (2016). Pain and Headaches. In: M. K. Bader & L. R. Littlejohns (Eds.); AANN Core Curriculum for Neuroscience Nursing (6th ed., pp. 581-621). Chicago: AANN.
2018 Midwest Nursing Research Society/Western Journal of Nursing Research (SAGE) Best Faculty Paper Award
2015-2018, Physician-Directed, Goal-Oriented Exercise Designed to Improve Quality of Life and Modulate Inflammation after Systemic Breast Cancer Treatment, PI: Piacentine, Co-Investigator: Ng, Aurora Cancer Care Research Award