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Engaging Nurses in the Domains of Advocacy
The Colorado Nurses Association identified the need to promote nurse participation in health policy, legislative activism, and professional membership. A review of literature reiterates the relevance of advocacy and social ...
Healthcare Provider Barriers to HIV Screening Among Older African Americans: An Integrative Literature Review
This poster will highlight the findings of an integrative literature review which examined the degree to which published research has explored healthcare provider barriers to HIV/AIDS screening among older African Americans.
Promoting Healthy Coping Mechanisms in African-American Women With Depression
African-American women have a stigma associated with mental illness causing them to avoid seeking treatment. My evidence-based research focuses on African-American women's beliefs about depression, barriers to treatment, ...
Psychosocial Wellbeing of Young Adult Survivors of Childhood and Adolescent Cancer: An Integrative Review
Advancements in cancer treatment have increased the number of childhood cancer survivors significantly. However, due to treatment late effects, survivors experience wide range of psychosocial sequelae. This integrative ...
Mentoring as a Strategy for Enhancing EBP in Clinical Practice
The purpose of this review is to examine the scientific literature reporting the effectiveness of mentoring as a tool for enhancing nursing attitudes and acceptance of evidence based practice in nursing clinical practice.
A Conceptual Framework for Nutrigenomics and Type 2 Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes (T2DM) is a complex disease with genomic and environmental components. Personalized nutrition based on individual risk factors and nutrigenomic principles has great potential for reducing incidence of T2DM. ...
Promoting Human Papilloma Virus Immunization Among Adolescents: An Evidence-Based Practice Project Proposal
Despite CDC recommendations, adolescent uptake of cancer-preventing HPV vaccine remains suboptimal. Research suggests that provider's recommendations are able to increase vaccination rates. The project proposal will provide ...
Exploring the Occurrence of Rural Pregnant Women's Experiences With Abuse From Multiple Partners
Intimate partner violence is a prevalent issue and when it occurs during pregnancy it has effects beyond the mother to the child. This study quantitatively and qualitatively examines the results of the DOVE intervention ...
Responding to the Mayan Understanding of Health and Illness
The Maya population in Guatemala experience disproportionate negative health outcomes. In-depth interviews were conducted with Mayan families to ascertain their understanding of health and illness. Findings will inform ...
The Significance of Sleep Disturbance and Attentional Fatigue Among Breast Cancer Survivors
The goal of this presentation is to improve participants' understanding of attentional fatigue in breast cancer survivors (BCS). At the end, participants' will understand its importance, identify demographic and medical ...