Published November 16, 2020
Faculty, students and community partners presented 30 research posters during a virtual poster session on Friday, November 13.
The School of Nursing’s 2020 Research Day – originally slated for mid-April, was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Friday’s session enabled students, faculty and community members to share their work with over 100 attendees. Presenters earned poster awards in several categories.
Isobel Holcomb and Margaret Doerzbacher: “Prenatal Education, Childbirth Experience, and Postpartum Depression”
Amberlee Libertone, Nicole Roma and Yu-Ping Chang: “The Impact of Integrating Behavioral Health in Primary Care: A Program Evaluation”
James Russillio: “Implementation of a Voiding Protocol in the Stage II Surgical Recovery Unit”
Leann Balcerzak, Young S. Seo and Yu-Ping Chang: “Associations between Depression, Suicidality, and Electronic Cigarette Use among Adolescents”
Heba Mohedat: “The Sustained Effect of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction on Psychological Distress Among Cancer Patients and Survivors: A Literature Review”
Caitlin Nye: “LGBTQ+ Health Content in Undergraduate Nursing Education: A Literature Review”
JoAnn S. Wolf and Nicole DeRenda (ECMC): “Transformation: Obtaining ANCC Pathways to Excellence in a Level I Trauma Center”
Amy Hequembourg, Young S. Seo and Yu-Ping Chang: “Substance Use among Sexual Minority Students: Higher Risks for Bisexual Youth?”
Kafuli Agbemenu, Cristina de Rosa, Jessica J. Mencia, Gloria Aidoo-Frimpong, Gretchen Ely and Sonya Borrero: “Family Planning Research in African Immigrant and Refugee Women: A Scoping Review”
Molli Oldenburg, Loralee Sessanna, Joann Sands, Linda Paine Hughes and Yu-Ping Chang: “Undergraduate Student Nurse Perceptions of Participating in an Interprofessional Two-Day Global Health Experience”
This award was established in honor of the late Ellen Volpe and her research. The award is presented to a student or faculty member who has demonstrated outstanding research knowledge and skills in the area of mental health, trauma, substance use disorder, vulnerable populations or adolescent health.