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|Harrison, Tracie||School of Nursing||Professor Harrison's research has focused on aging with disabilities. Specifically, she is interested in the intersection between age related change and functional impairment and how that affects …|
|Hendrickson, Sherry||School of Nursing||Underserved, Spanish-speaking populations; Reducing childhood injury and improving parental home safety behaviors|
|Horner, Sharon||School of Nursing; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Families with children who have chronic illnesses; school-aged children with asthma; improving asthma management by parents and children; health promotion and risk prevention among school age and …|
|Innerarity, Sheryl||School of Nursing||Adult health, especially documentation and communication of critical incidents in Acute Care; nursing negligence; APN practice and legal issues; chronic diseases; emergency nursing; fluid, electrolyte …|
|Johnson, Karen||School of Nursing||Her research interests focus on promoting resilience and healthy behaviors among under-served youth and addressing social risk factors (e.g., poverty, adverse childhood experiences) that result in …|
|Johnson, Regina||School of Nursing||Childhood sexual abuse, especially among males; domestic violence and sexual assault; violence against women and children; drug use; substance abuse; determinants of health behaviors; ethical and …|
|Kenny, Donna||School of Nursing|
|Kim, Miyong||School of Nursing||Effectiveness of self-care strategies for improving health outcomes and overcoming racial, ethnic and social disparities in healthcare Research methods of cross-cultural research Instrumentation …|
|Kintner, Eileen||School of Nursing||Dr. Kintner combines qualitative and quantitative research methods to address cognitive, behavioral, and psychosocial needs of older school-age children with asthma that impact condition severity, …|
|Layton, Kristen||School of Nursing|