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The nurse and patient experience of healthcare engagement in acute care settings is the focus of research by Dr. Jerofke-Owen. She specifically examines ways that nurses can engage patients and their families in their care and the associations between patient perceptions of engagement and empowerment, the patient care experience, and patient outcomes, such as length of stay and health care utilization. She has developed and validated instruments to assess patient preferences for engaging in their health care and patient perceptions of receipt of nurse-empowering behaviors.
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Link to Marquette University E-Publications - Jerofke
2018-2019: PI, (Co-I: Mauricio Garnier-Villarreal). “Patient Preferences for Engagement in Care” Marquette University College of Nursing
2017: PI, (Co-I: Mauricio Garnier-Villarreal). “Patient Preferences for Engagement in Care” Marquette University Committee on Research
2014-2016: PI “Perceptions of Patient-Empowering Nurse Behaviors” Southeastern Wisconsin Nursing Research Consortium – Building Bridges