School of Nursing's "Research Matters" Presentation of the Month
In schools of nursing across the country, research faculty often say their work is better known by national colleagues than by fellow faculty at home.
"Bring Home the Excitement" is a value of the OHSU School of Nursing, and is manifested in various internal communication pathways in print, social media, video conferencing, and live presentations.
A prime example is the monthly faculty forums at which faculty investigators present their work. These sessions take different forms –at times a "scholar of the month" presents in-progress or completed research –at others, several faculty give brief reports in a "research blitz."
Whatever the format, sessions are lively, interactive, and well attended by faculty and doctoral students. Sharing the challenges of research and the excitement of discovery enhances the culture of inquiry, roles models dissemination to students, and enriches investigators as they receive feedback from peers.
Some examples of past presentations include:
It’s Mostly Assumptions — Modeling a Pandemic
Presenter: Peter Graven, Ph.D.
It Takes a Village - an Interdisciplinary Approach to Cancer Survivorship Research
Presenter: Kerri Winters-Stone, Ph.D.
Biobehavioral Profiling in the Human Model of Heart Failure
Presenter: Christopher Lee, Ph.D, R.N., F.A.H.A.
Addressing Childhood Obesity in Rural Oregon: The U.C. Fit Kids Project
Presenter: Nancy Findholt, Ph.D., R.N.
Tubeho Neza: Evaluating the Impact of a National Program to Reduce Diarrheal and Respiratory Disease in Rwanda
Presenter: Corey Nagel, Ph.D., M.P.H., R.N.
Patients with Hepatocellular Carcinoma and Their Family Members: Missing Voices
Presenter: Lissi Hansen, Ph.D., R.N.
Leveraging Media to Advance Scientific Dissemination
Presenter: Ellen Tilden, Ph.D., C.N.M.
Nurses Implementing Primary Palliative Care for Older Adults Through Transition: Feasibility Study
Presenter: Shigeko (Seiko) Izumi, Ph.D., R.N.