Dr. Patrick Palmieri, a faculty member in the School of Nursing, will present “Designing, Implementing, and Funding Professional Advancement Fellowships as a Capacity Development Strategy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Pilot Program in Peru” at the 10th annual conference of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery in Portugal in late July. He will also co-present “Improving Human Papilloma Virus Vaccination Rates in Developing Economies” at the American Public Health Association’s annual meeting and exposition in New Orleans in November. Dr. Palmieri also recently co-authored the chapter “Health Information Technology: Anticipating, Recognizing, and Preventing Disruptions In Complex Adaptive Health Systems” in the Handbook of Research on Patient Safety and Quality Care Through Health Informatics (IGI Global, 2013).
Dr. Tracy Scott, a nursing informatics coordinator in the School of Nursing, co-authored "Collaboration and Supervision in Advanced Practice Nursing" in Clinical Scholars Review (Vol. 7, Issue 1).
Dr. Deborah Weatherspoon, a faculty member in the School of Nursing, Maureen Byrd, Hope Holcomb, and Tiffany Ticer, Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) students, co-published "Excessive Gestational Weight Gain: Long-Term Health Risks" in International Journal of Childbirth Education (Vol. 29, Issue 2). Byrd is a breast cancer nurse navigator at McLeod Regional Medical Center's Breast Health Center in Florence, S.C. Holcomb and Ticer are both registered nurses.
Dr. Amy Swango-Wilson ’07, a faculty member in the School of Nursing and a Ph.D. in Health Services graduate, presented “Agreement Between Self-Report and Medical Record Prevalence of 16 Chronic Conditions in the Alaska EARTH Study” in February at Tennessee’s Milligan College, where she serves as associate professor of nursing.
Dr. Linda Steele, a faculty member in the School of Nursing, co-authored “Heart Failure Outcomes Based on Race and Gender of Patients in a Medically Underserved Area” in the Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health (Vol. 14, No. 4).
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