School of Nursing

Research and Dissemination

I-CAN dissemination activities

Publications 

Atherton, I. M., Lasater, K., Richards, E. A., Mathews, L. R., Simpson, V., & Kyle, R. G. (2017). Population health and nurse education–time to step-up. Nurse education today, 51, 117-119.

Bradley, K. J., Wros, P., Bookman, N., Mathews, L. R., Voss, H., Ostrogorsky, T. L., &LaForge, K. (2018). The Interprofessional Care Access Network (I-CAN): achieving client health outcomes by addressing social determinants in the community. Journal of interprofessional care, 1-8.

Levett‐Jones, T., Burdett, T., Chow, Y. L., Jönsson, L., Lasater, K., Mathews, L. R.,. &Wihlborg, J. (2018). Case Studies of Interprofessional Education Initiatives From Five Countries. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 50(3), 324-332.

Voss, H. & Mathews, L. R., Fossen, T., Scott, G., & Schafer, M. (2015). Community academic Partnerships: A framework for measuring service learning impact. Journal of Professional Nursing, 31, 395-401.

Wros, P., Mathews, L. R., Voss, H., & Bookman, N. (2015). An Academic-Practice Model to Improve the Health of Underserved Neighborhoods. Fam Community Health, 38(2), 195-203.

Manuscripts under review 

LaForge, K, Bradley, K, Beieres-Jones, K, Wros, P. "Having a Normal Life": Client Goal Setting in a Social Needs and Healthcare Navigation Program. Journal of Community Health.

Consultations

Voss, H, Bradley, K, Wros, P, LaForge, K, Symposium for Community-Engaged Interprofessional Education. Northern Arizona University, University of Arizona, Arizona State University. May, 2019.

Podium presentations

Wros, P. (2019, October). Advancing Planning to Secure Leadership Buy-In & Resources for Interprofessional Education. Fall 2019 Interprofessional Education Collaborative Institute. Portland, OR.

Bradley, K, LaForge, K, Voss, H, Wros, P. (2018, October). Evaluating a Social Determinants of Health and Healthcare Navigation Program: A Mixed Methods Approach. Oregon Public Health Association Annual Conference. Corvallis, OR.

Beiers-Jones, K, Coon, C, Ibuye, M, Ngo, M, Park, B, Presley, M, Shakibinia-Shirazi, M. (2018, October). Interpreting Medication Labels: Launching An Interprofessional, Grassroots Advocacy Campaign for Health Equity. Oregon Public Health Association Annual Conference. Corvallis, OR.

Lasater, K. (2018, October). Preparing UK and US Nursing Students to Better Support Population Health. Oregon Public Health Association Annual Conference. Corvallis, OR.

McKinley, C., Pesch, M. (2018, September). After the 911 Call: Nursing Students, Care Coordination, Social Determinants of Health and Interprofessional Teamwork. National League of Nursing Summit. Chicago, IL.

Beiers-Jones K, LaForge K, Mar, A. (2018, June) I-CAN: An Innovative Care Model Addressing Whole Person Health in Refugee Communities. Oral presentation North American Refugee Health Conference, Portland, OR.

Mathews, L. (2018, May). I-CAN: An innovative interprofessional model for clinical education, practice and health care delivery. International Nurse Education Conference. Banff, Canada.

Beieres-Jones, K & Ndemeye, A. (2018, April). Nutritional Considerations for Newcomers. Refugee Health: An Introduction for Primary Care. Portland, OR.

Rose, T. & Pond, K. (2017, June). An academic practice partnership: A collaborative approach for addressing the social determinants of health in a rural community. Podium workshop.  Coordinated Care Organization, Oregon, Social Determinants of Health Conference. Salem, OR.

Wros, P.  (2017, May). Interprofessional Care Access Network: Scaling health professions education in population health statewide. Oregon Public Health Association –Nursing Section. Portland, OR.

Mathews, L.R. & Wros, P. (2017, May). Providers' moral distress in caring for people from vulnerable and underserved populations. Emerging Issues in Bioethics and Government. 27th Annual Statewide Kinsman Bioethics Conference. Salem, OR.

Wros, P. An Innovative Interprofessional Health Delivery Model for Addressing Social Determinants of Health. (2017, April). 4th Annual Cultural Inclusion Conference. University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX.

Wros, P, Bradley, K., & Mathews, L.R. (2017, April). I-CAN, an innovative community-based interprofessional clinical education model. Podium workshop. Provocative Ideas for Practical IPE: National Center Summit on the Future of IPE. Minneapolis, MN. 

Wros, P. Interprofessional Care Access Network. (2017, March). OHSU Rural Campus, Coos Bay, OR.

Beiers-Jones, K., Rose, T., Mathews, L. R., Bookman, N., Wros, P., Voss, H., & Bradley, K. (2016, November). Refugee health and I-CAN: An innovative model to improve health, teach interprofessional students, and advocate for social justice. Oral session presented at the 2016 Baccalaureate Education Conference of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Anaheim, CA.

Bradley, K., Bookman, N., Wros, P., Mathews, L. R., & Voss, H. (2016, October). I-CAN: Interprofessional student teams address social determinants and improve client health outcomes. Oral session presented at the 144th Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Public Health Association, Denver, CO.

Wros, P., Azuete, D., Bradley, K., Bookman, N., Mathews, L. R., & Voss, H. (2016, October). I-CAN: Interprofessional student teams: Impact on health in three low resource neighborhoods. Oral session presented at the 144th Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Public Health Association, Denver, CO.

Mathews, L.R., Wros, P., Boyd, J., & Bookman, N. (2016, September). I-CAN: An innovative interprofessional clinical education project. Podium session accepted for presentation at the 8th Bi-Annual International All Together Better Health Conference, Oxford, England.

Boyd, J., Mathews, L.R., Wros, P., Osborne, M., &Bookman, N. (2016, August). I-CAN: An innovative community-based interprofessional clinical education model. Interactive workshop session accepted for presentation at the 2016 Annual Summit of the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education, Minneapolis, MN.

Bradley, K., Wros, P., Mathews, L. R., Voss, H., & Bookman, N. (2016, April). Interprofessional Care Access Network: A model for preparing students to address health equity. Oral session presented at the 2016 School of Nursing Research Council of Oregon Health &Science University, Portland, OR.

Wros, P., Mathews, L. R., Voss, H., Bradley, K., & Bookman, N. (2016, April). Interprofessional Care Access Network: A community-based academic practice model. Oral session presented at the 49th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference of the Western Institute of Nursing, Anaheim, CA.

Wros, P., Mathews, L. R., Bookman, N., Boyd, J., &Osborne, M. (2015, October). The Interprofessional Care Access Network: Coming to a neighborhood near you! Interactive workshop session presented at the 5th Bi-Annual Collaborating Across Borders Conference, Roanoke, VA.

Mathews, L.R. & Wros, P. (2015, October). The I-CAN student experience. Student Panel. Professionalism and professional identity: exploring shared commitments. OHSU Interprofessional Education Foundations Course, Portland, OR.

Bradley, K., Wros, P., & Bookman, N. (2015, October). Assessing the impact of community-based interprofessional student teams on health outcomes & healthcare costs. Oral session presented at the 71st Annual Conference of the Oregon Public Health Association, Corvallis, OR.

Wros, P., & Mathews, L. R. (2015, May). Interprofessional Care Access Network: Partnering to promote social justice within Oregon. Panel session presented at the 25th Annual Kinsman Bioethics Conference, Portland, OR.

Wros, P., Mathews, L. R., Devoe, M., Ramirez, J., Mason, J., Morin, P., … Osborne, M. (2015, April). Clinical education and community outreach in underserved neighborhoods: The Interprofessional Care Access Network (I-CAN). Oral session presented at the 2015 Spring Quadruple Aim Symposium of the Oregon Primary Care Association, Portland, OR.

Wros, P. (2015, April). Interprofessional service learning: Overcoming professional silos. Oral session presented at the Beyond Flexner 2015 conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Bradley, K. (2014, November). Interprofessional education teams in vulnerable communities: The evaluation challenge. Oral session presented at the 142nd Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Public Health Association, New Orleans, LA.

Bookman, N. (2014, November). Employing mobile technology for a collaborative neighborhood IPE project serving vulnerable populations. Oral session presented at the 142nd Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Public Health Association, New Orleans, LA.

Mathews, L. R., & Voss, H. (2014, November). Interprofessional education in public health nursing: A neighborhood clinical experience model. Oral session presented at the 142nd Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Public Health Association, New Orleans, LA.

Voss, H., & Mathews, L. R. (2014, November). Faculty in residence: Emerging roles for collaborative academic practice in public health nursing. Oral session presented at the 142nd Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Public Health Association, New Orleans, LA.

Bradley, K., & Wros, P. (2014, October). Reducing Health Disparities in Underserved Neighborhoods through the Interprofessional Care Access Network (I-CAN). Oral session presented at the 70th Annual Conference of the Oregon Public Health Association, Corvallis, OR.

Mathews, L.R., Beckett, A., Grondal, K., & Knuth, S. (2014, October). I-CAN: Clients, partners, and outcomes. Oral session presented at the 70th Annual Conference of the Oregon Public Health Association, Corvallis, OR.

Mathews, L. R., & Voss, H. (2014, September). Innovative interprofessional clinical experiences for nursing students in the community: Faculty in residence creating change. Oral session presented at the 2014 Education Summit of the National League for Nursing, Phoenix, AZ.

Bradley, K., Mathews, L.R., Voss, H., & Wros, P. (2014, June). I-CAN: Educating Nursing Students for Emerging Roles in Health Care. Oral session presented at the 2014 Conference of the National Nursing Centers Consortium, Alexandria, VA.

Mathews, L.R. & Voss, H. (2014). Emerging trends in clinical education. Podium session presented at the OHSU SON Summit, Portland, OR.

Mathews, L.R. (2013). Community/neighborhood clinical placements. Podium session presented at the StudentMAX Fall Retreat, Portland, OR.

Mathews, L.R. (2013). The I-CAN project: Potential implications for nursing and health. Podium session presented at the Public Health Nursing Conference, Portland, OR.

Wros, P., Mathews, L. R., Voss, H., & Bookman, N. (2013, October). The I-CAN Project: Working together towards improving health outcomes for underserved people in Oregon's neighborhoods. Panel discussion presented at the 69th Annual Conference of the Oregon Public Health Association, Corvallis, OR.

Poster presentations

LaForge, K, Bradley, K, Bookman, N, Wros, P. (2018, October). Lessons Learned in Adapting an Electronic Health Record for a Small Healthcare and Social Needs Navigation Program. Oregon Public Health Association Annual Conference. Corvallis, OR.

Voss, H, Cobb, C, Decker, L, Goodling, K, Jones, L, Koenig, C, Steendahl, C. (2018, October). Resource Mapping: A Population Specific Service Network. Oregon Public Health Association Annual Conference. Corvallis, OR.

LaForge, K., Bradley, K., Beiers-Jones, K., Wros, P. (2018, June). "Having a normal life": Patient goal-setting in a social needs navigation program. Academy Health Annual Research Meeting, Seattle, WA.

Bradley K, Wros P, LaForge K, Pesch M, McKinley, C. (2018, April). In Crisis to Empowered: Changes in Client Self Sufficiency Over Time in a Nurse-Led Interdisciplinary Care Navigation Program. Poster, Western Institute of Nursing Conference, Spokane, WA. 

Mason, Jill. (2018, April). A Community-Based Interprofessional Approach to Access to Denture Care for Disadvantaged Populations. Poster, 19th Annual Oral Health Conference, Louisville, KY.

Beiers-Jones, K. & Mathews, L.R. (2017). Translating learning from care coordination into population health, policy, and system changes. Poster, Western Institute of Nursing, Denver, CO.

Voss, H. Wros, P., Bradley, K. &Azueta, D (2017, May). Impact of Faculty Practice in the Community. Oregon Consortium of Nursing Education, Eugene, OR.

Voss, H. Wros, P., Bradley, K. &Azueta, D (2017, April). Impact of Faculty Practice in the

Community Western Institute of Nursing. 50th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference. 50 Years of Leadership: Continuing the Vision. Denver, CO.

Wros, P., Mathews, L.R., Voss, H., Beiers-Jones, K., &Bradley, K. (2017, April). Poster Symposium: A new education model for addressing health disparities. Western Institute of Nursing. 50th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference. 50 Years of Leadership: Continuing the Vision. Denver, CO.

Bradley, K., Wros, P., Bookman, N., Mathews, L.R., Voss, H., & Ostrogorsky, T. (2017, April). I-CAN Evaluation of Client Outcomes. Poster session presented at the 2017 Western Institute for Nursing Conference, Denver, CO.

Beiers-Jones, K., Mathews, L.R., &Wros, P. (2016, November). I-CAN: Benefits to clients, populations, and students within Portland refugee and immigrant communities. Poster session presented at the 2016 Baccalaureate Education Conference of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Anaheim, CA.

Blankenship, A., Rose, T. (2016, July). Interprofessional Care Access Network: Health profession students in a rural community collaborate on care coordination for socially isolated and vulnerable populations. Poster session presented at the 2016 Bi-Annual International Conference of the Rural Nurse Organization, Rapid City, SD.

Beiers-Jones, K., Mathews, L.R., &Wros, P. (2016, May). I-CAN: Benefits to clients, populations, and students within Portland refugee and immigrant communities. Poster session presented at the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education, Eugene, OR.

Bookman, N., Wros, P., Mathews, L. R., Voss, H., Bradley, K., Ostrogorsky, T. … Mason, J.

(2015, May). Targeting Triple Aim goals by addressing social determinants of health through interprofessional academic-practice partnerships. Poster session presented at the 2015 Annual Research Week of Oregon Health &Science University, Portland, OR.

Bradley, K., Sengenberger, D., Voss, H., Bookman, N., Wros, P., & Mathews, L.R. (2015, November). I-CAN: Building academic, community &health networks in underserved communities in Oregon. Poster session presented at the 2015 Annual Coordinated Care Model Summit of the Oregon Health Authority, Portland, OR.

Southmayd, M., Stansfield, K., Darrow, G., Bookman, N., Wros, P., Mathews, L. R., … Mason, J. (2015, May). Targeting Triple Aim goals by addressing social determinants of health through interprofessional academic-practice partnerships. Poster session presented at the 2015 Southern Oregon Arts &Research Conference of Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR.

Archer, S., Beiers-Jones, K., Doyle, B., Voss, F., Voss, H., … Mason, J. (2015, May). Clinical nursing innovations that target Triple Aim goals by addressing social determinants of health through interprofessional academic-practice partnerships. Poster session presented at the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education (OCNE), Eugene, OR.

Mason, J., Bookman, N., Boyd, J., Bradley, K., Devoe, M., Mathews, L.R., … Wros, P. (2014, November). Integration of dental students into interprofessional clinical experiences with a disadvantaged population. Poster session presented at the 142nd Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Public Health Association, New Orleans, LA.

Wros, P., Boyd, J., Ostrogorsky, T., Mathews, L.R., Voss, H., Beckett, A., … Ramirez, J. (2014, June). Interprofessional Care Access Network (I-CAN): Clinical Education in Underserved Neighborhoods. Poster session presented at the 7th Bi-Annual International All Together Better Health Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Wros, P., Mathews, L. R., Voss, H., Beckett, A., Bookman, N., Boyd, J., … Ramirez, J. (2014, May). Interprofessional Care Access Network (I-CAN): Neighborhood Collaborative for Academic Practice Partnerships. Poster session presented at the 13th International Conference of the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, Chicago, IL.