Students and faculty present at annual ENRS conference

The following School of Nursing PhD students presented posters at the Eastern Nursing Research Society’s 22nd Annual Scientific Sessions held March 24 to 26 in Providence, R.I.

Davya Brody, PTSD after Vaginal Birth: A Literature Review, Concept Analysis: Good Birth

Jane M. DeLuca, A Frustrating Adventure: Parents’ Information-Seeking During Newborn Screening Evaluations

Susan Lowey, Care Preferences of Individuals Living with Advanced Cardiac and Respiratory Illness 

Mary Dahl Maher, (with S. Lurie, S. Trafton, & A. Dozier), Perinatal Outcomes of Latina Migrant Farmworker Women Using the Optimality Index-US

Nomvuyo Mahlangu, Understanding HIV Prevention in Abstinent South African Adolescent Girls

Jamie Oliva, Validity and Reliability of CD4+ Gene Expression Measurement after Allogenic Stem Cell Transplantation

Faculty taking part were:

Ponrathi Athilingam, Biomarkers of Inflammation May Be Associated with Cognitive Function in Heart Failure

Hyekyun Rhee, Effects of an Asthma Self-Management Program on Adolescent Peer Leaders


Multimedia in this Issue:

Commencement 2010

reunion slideshow

View a slideshow of the event.

Nursing and medical school students partner to learn teamwork

joint simulation video

View the video.

URMC First in Nation to Implant Heart Failure Device

HeartNet video

Learn more about the device.