School of Nursing Foundation grants awarded to faculty, students

July 14, 2022

The Office of Nursing Research and Scholarship announced the award of School of Nursing Foundation grants to three faculty and six students. Faculty projects include:

  • Examining Consumer Use and Knowledge of Data Sharing Practices within Mobile Health Applications (Assistant Professor Robin Austin, PhD, DNP, DC, RN-BC, FAMIA, FNAP)
  • Protect Against Heart Attack & Stroke: Know Your Numbers to Control Your Risk! (Associate Professor Erica Schorr, PhD, RN, FAHA)
  • Preparing Heart and MindTM: Human Milk Feeding: A Small Feasibility Study of an eHealth Care Program for Spanish Speaking Mothers/Birthing Parents of Infants Prenatally Diagnosed with Complex Congenital Heart Disease (Associate Professor Anne McKechnie, PhD, RN)

Student awards include:

  • Skin Deep: Stage 1 Pressure Injury Identification in Patients with Darkly Pigmented Skin. A Quality Improvement Project to Address Health Disparities Based on Skin Color (DNP student Annamaria Cioffi)
  • The Experience of Gender Dysphoria in Transgender Young Adults (PhD student Ann Seppelt)
  • The Relationships between Abnormal Biomarkers, Motor Symptoms, and Sleep Disorders in Older Adults with Alzheimer’s Disease (PhD student Bella Xiong)
  • Transgender Patient Simulation for Pre-Licensure Nursing Students: A Pilot Project (DNP student Mollie Ness)
  • Participatory design of vital sign visualizations in a patient dashboard for in-hospital nurses (PhD student Suhyun Park)

Sustaining Stroke Prevention Education through Community Sharing Forums: A Novel Approach to Dissemination (DNP students Zach Taylor and Emily Gorzycki)


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