Faculty Research Productivity Report

Faculty Research Productivity Report

The College of Health and Human Services would like to take this opportunity to celebrate the success of our faculty, staff and students, in research and scholarship. Please see below for our “Hot Off the Press Publications” and our “Faculty Talks” presentations from around the globe. This is a comprehensive list of all faculty publications and presentations for fiscal year 2017; moving forward we will list new publications and presentations each month in our CHHS Talks Newsletter. CHHS faculty and staff members are indicated in bold.

KUDOS all faculty, staff and students to their contributions to the research and scholarship of our College!

Hot Off the Press Publications

FY17 Publications

Arms, T. (October 2016). The NPs Role of Assessing and Intervening with Older Adult Drivers. Nursing Research and Practice, 2016.

Bice, A. A., & Wyatt, T. H. (July 2016). Holistic Comfort Interventions for Pediatric Nursing Procedures: A Systematic Review. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 0898010116660397.

Blackmon, S., Laham, K., Taylor, J., & Kemppainen, J. (2016). Dimensions of medication adherence in African Americans with type 2 diabetes in rural North Carolina. Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

Bolton, K. W., Aguirre, R. T. P., & Smith-Osborne, A. (2016).  Resilience protective factors among older adults: A qualitative meta-synthesis. Social Work Research, 40(3), 171-182. doi: 10.1093/swr/svw008. September 

 Bolton, K. W., Lehmann, P., Jordan, C., Terry, L. F., & Moore, B. (2016).  Solution focused batterer intervention program: Application for building client strengths and solutions.  Journal of Human Behaviors in the Social Environment, 26(2), 541-548. doi:/10.1080/10911359.2016.1172996. June

 Camicia, M. & Lutz, B.J. (2016). Nursing’s role in successful transitions across settings. Stroke. 47, 1-5 [published online September 22, 2016]. DOI:10.1161/STROKEAHA.116.012095

Cheung, M., Nguyen, P., & Leung, P. (October 2016).  City size matter:  Vietnamese immigrants having depressive symptoms.  Social Work in Mental Health.  doi:  10.1080/15332985.2016.1231156

D’Amico, N., Mechling, B., Kemppainen, J., Ahern, N. R., & Lee, J. (2016). American College Students’ Views of Depression and Utilization of On-Campus Counseling Services. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 1078390316648777.

Fugate-Whitlock, E. I. (Published online, August 11, 2016). How does the small picture relate to the bigger picture? (9th ed., vol. 37). Philadelphia, PA: Health Care for Women International. dx.doi.org/10.1080/07399332.2016.1222800.

Hall, J.C. (2016). A narrative case study of Hamlet and the cultural construction of Western individualism, diagnosis, and madness. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 35(2) 1-13.

Jones, A. & Pastor, D.K. (In press).  “No one wants to help them:” Volunteer legal guardians in the community. Qualitative Social Work, December, 1-18.

Huelskamp A. C., Dake, J.A., Telljohann S.K., Tappe M.K., & Jordan T. (October 2016). A National Assessment of the Impact of the Institutes for Higher Education Academy on School Health Faculty. Journal of Health Education Teaching, 7(1), 64-77. doi: http://jhetonline.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/A_National_Assessment_of_the_Impact_of_the_Institutes_for_Higher_Education_Academy_on_School_Health_FacultyAmelia_Huelskamp.31382919.pdf

Kamimura, et al...Reel, J. J. (November, 2016). Uninsured free clinic patients’ experience and perceptions of healthcare services, community resources, and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Patient Experience Journal, 3(2), 4 http://pxjournal.org/journal/vol3/iss2/4

Kemppainen, J. K., MacKain, S., Alexander, M., Reid, P., & Jackson, M. P. (2016). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Stressful Life Events among Rural Women with HIV Disease. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. (In press, March 2017)

Kwon, S. A., & Kolomer, S. (August 2016). Advance care planning in South Korea: Social work perspective. Social Work in Healthcare, 55(7). Doi: 10.1080/0098138.2016.1186132

Lutz, B. J., Young, M.E., Creasy, K.R., Martz, C., Eisenbrandt, L., Brunny, J.N. & Cook, C. (2016). Improving stroke caregiver readiness for transition from inpatient rehabilitation to home. The Gerontologist. [published online November 5, 2016]. DOI: 10.1093/geront/gnw135.   (Impact Factor: 3.168; 5-Yr impact factor: 3.490)

Pastor, D., Cunningham, R., White, P., & Kolomer, S. (August 2016). We have to talk: Results of an interprofessional clinical simulation for delivering bad health news in palliative care. Clinical Simulation in Nursing 12(8), 320-327

Pastor, D. K., Ashton-Forrester, C., Kolomer, S., Cunningham, R. P., Smith, S. D., Lutz, B., White, P., Saypol, B. (July, 2016). Using Interactive Theater to Improve Provider-Family Communication and Promote Interprofessional Education and Practice in Palliative Care. Journal of Interprofessional Education and Practice, 4, 15-20.

Reel, J. J., Galli, N., Miyairi, M., Voelker, D., & Greenleaf, C. (July, 2016). Development and Validation of an Intuitive Exercise Scale. Eating Behaviors, 22, 129-132. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.eatbeh.2016.06.013.

Reel, J. J. (November, 2016). Filling Up: Psychology of Eating. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood/ABC-CLIO.

Faculty Talks Around the Globe

FY17 Presentations

Ashworth, R., Harris, E., Williams, B., Pedersen, G., Turrise, S., Crawford, S., Poster Presentation, New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Cardiovascular Symposium: “Heart Failure Care: An Analysis of Outcomes. September 2016

Bolton, K. W., Franklin, C., & Jordan, C. (2016). Solution Focused Brief Therapy as a Method of Treatment for at Risk Youth and Families. National Association of Social Workers National Conference, Washington, DC, June 22-25.

Bolton, K. W. & Atkins, T. (2016). Challenges and Problem Solving with Applied Learning Projects. Applied Learning Institute, Wilmington, North Carolina, July 27.

Bolton, K. W., Lantz, C., & Reilly, C. (2016). The Integration of Community Engagement and Applied Learning in an effort to Address Youth Violence. Community Engagement Conference, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Wilmington, North Carolina, October 14.

Bolton, K. W. & Lantz, C. (2016). Exploratory Examination of the Police Activities League. Community Engagement Conference, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Wilmington, North Carolina, October 14.

Catalano, Hannah (Presenter & Author), Brandt, Nic (Presenter & Author), Knowlden, Adam P. (Author Only), Figueroa, Jorge (Author Only) (October 31, 2016). APHA 2016 Annual Meeting & Expo, "Examining gender differences in self-reported sexual behaviors among HPV vaccine-eligible college students," APHA, Denver, CO.

Cheung, M., Nguyen, P. V., Zhou, S., Bronson, D., & Mauldin, R. (2016).  MSW curriculum mapping with 2015 epas:  Method, successes, and challenges.  Juried paper presented at the 62nd Annual Program Meeting, Council on Social Work Education, Denver, CO, November 2-8 2016. 

Cho, HyeYoung, Romine. N., Kim, J., Heijnen, Michel, Ziaie, B., & Rietdyk, S. (August 2016). 41st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, "Gait asymmetry during uphill, downhill and level walking while outdoors," Raleigh, NC

Daly, Fran (Presenter & Author), Carter, Marcia (Presenter & Author), Ashton-Forrester, Candace (Presenter & Author), Nelson, Rhonda (Presenter & Author) (September 11, 2016). ATRA Annual Conference -- Higher Education Institute, "1. The Status of RT Higher Education: An Exploration of Curriculum Models and Program Designs," American Therapeutic Recreation Association, Chicago, IL.

Daly, Fran (Presenter & Author), Beck, Teresa (Presenter & Author), Hutchinson, Deb (Presenter & Author), Ashton-Forrester, Candace, Richard, Anne (Presenter & Author) (September 11, 2016). ATRA Annual Conference -- Higher Education Institute, "2. What next...Is it time to Move Towards the Master’s Degree as an Entry-Level Degree: Is this the Way to Go?" American Therapeutic Recreation Association, Chicago, IL.

Franzidis, Alexia (Presenter & Author) (August 2016). Critical Tourism Studies North America, "Examining the challenges and complexities of developing sustainable tourism:  A local government’s perspective," University of Waterloo, Huntsville, Ontario.

Galli, N., Reel, J. J., Henderson, H., & Detling, N. (September, 2016), An investigation of athletes with physical disabilities. Lecture presented at Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Phoenix, AZ.

Galli, N., Voelker, D., Reel, J. J., Miyairi, M., & Greenleaf, C. (September, 2016). Development and validation of the Intuitive Exercise Scale. Lecture presented at Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Phoenix, AZ.

Giordano, David J., Knight, S. L, Boyce, R. W., Kerr, J. G., Reel, J. J., & Sinclair, S. M. (November, 2016). Exploring Complementary Therapies for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Student Perspectives. State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research & Creativity Symposium. Durham, NC.  (includes Exercise Science student)

Glass, Anne (August 31, 2016). Community Education, "Fall Prevention," Plantation Village, Wilmington, NC.

Glass, Anne (October 27, 2016). Elder Cohousing Research Symposium, "Elder cohousing in the U.S.: An overview," UNCW CHHS and AARP, UNCW.

Glass, Anne (October 27, 2016). Elder Cohousing Research Symposium, "Aging better together intentionally? Introverts in elder cohousing," UNCW CHHS and AARP, UNCW.

Glass, Anne (October 27, 2016). Elder Cohousing Research Symposium, "Aging better together intentionally? Social resources in elder cohousing," UNCW CHHS and AARP, UNCW.

Gray, C., Cunningham, R., & Kolomer, S. (2016).  Student-directed learning in multi-day simulation using inter-professional collaborative care teams.  ATRA Annual Conference.  Lombard, IL.  Monday, September 12th, 2016.  

Hall, J. C. (2016). Painful Narratives: Are Negative Experiences of Life Local Constructions? The Global Partnership for Transformative Social Work Conference, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, October 2016.

Huelskamp, Amelia (Presenter & Author) (October 6, 2016). Connecting Health and Learning, "Best Practices in School Garden Sustainability," American School Health Association, Baltimore, MD.

Kerr, J., Reel, J. J., Giordano, D., Sinclair, S., Boyce, R. W., & Campbell, H. (September, 2016). North Carolina Public Health Association Fall Conference 2016, "Using an Inter-Professional Research Mentorship Model to Engage the Next Generation of Public Health Professionals," Poster presented at North Carolina Public Health Association. New Bern, NC. (includes Exercise Science student)

Lee, J., White, P., Sprod, L. Poster Presentation, Local: “Healthcare for Cancer Survivors and Families: Preparing Students through Inter-professional Education, Simulation, and the use of Standardized Patients”, Sigma Theta Tau Annual Research Day – Nov. 2016

Lee, J. J. (2016). Critical Thinking: An Example from Social Work. Presented as invited guest panelist at the Approaching a Common Language: Critical Thinking Symposium for the UNC System, Charlotte, NC, October 20-21.   

Matney, K., Reel, J. J., Cottrell, R., & Hardy, C. (September, 2016). The North Carolina Public Health Training Center: Yearly update and fostering collaborations across the state. Lecture presented at North Carolina Public Health Association. New Bern, NC.

Nahar, Vinayak K. (Presenter & Author), Sharma, Manoj (Author Only), Jacks, Stephanie K. (Author Only), Brodell, Robert T. (Author Only), Catalano, Hannah (Author Only), Grigsby, Taylor B. (Author Only), Ford, Mary Allison (Author Only), Bass, Martha A. (Author Only) (October 20, 2016). Sixth International Conference on Health, Wellness & Society, "Tanning Bed Use among Collegiate Athletes in the Southeastern United States," Health, Wellness, & Society, Washington, D.C.

Pardue, Andrew, Tseh, Wayland, Sprod, Lisa (July 2016). National Strength and Conditioning Association National Conference, "Case Study: Longitudinal Effects of Contest Preparation on Psychological, Physiological, and Performance Attributes of a Drug Free Bodybuilder," National Strength and Conditioning Association, New Orleans, LA.

Pastor, D.K. and Traynor, V. CaringKind New York City Educational Forum Podium Presentation, regional: “Dementia and Driving Retirement: What You Can Do”. NY, NY, July 2016.

Pastor, D.K. Poster presentation, local: ETEAL Applied Learning Seminar: "Facilitating Innovative Student-Directed Learning in Simulation Using Inter-Professional Collaborative Care Teams to Deliver Difficult News", UNCW, July, 2016.

Romine, N., Cho, HyeYoung, Kim, J., Heijnen, Michel, Rietdyk, S., & Ziaie, B. (August 2016). 41st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, "Gait asymmetry during outdoor unrestrained locomotion in able-bodied participants," Raleigh, NC.

Sharma, Manoj (Presenter & Author), Catalano, Hannah (Author Only), Nahar, Vinayak K. (Author Only), Lingham, Vimala (Author Only), Johnson, Paul (Author Only), Ford, Mary Allison (Author Only) (October 20, 2016). Sixth International Conference on Health, Wellness & Society, "Instrument Development to Predict Portion Size Behavior in College Students," Health, Wellness, & Society, Washington, D.C.

Sinclair, Susan S (Presenter & Author), Kerr, Jared (Author Only), Beyer, K B (Author Only), Giordano, David J (Author Only), Boyce, Robert W (Author Only), Reel, Justine (Author Only) (October 29, 2016). ISPOR 19th Annual European Congress, "Exploring interest in the Use of a Complimentary Therapy among COPD Patients," Austria Center Vienna.  (includes Exercise Science and Clinical Research students)

Strong, J. & Chandler, A. (2016). Equine Facilitated Communication Skills Training: Horses Helping Veterans. National Military Social Work Conference, Austin, TX, September 26-28.

Ward, K., Lutz, B., Jones, A., Pastor, D.K. & Vanhille, S. Poster presentation, local: "College-Age Students’ Knowledge, Attitudes and Intentions Towards Advance Care Planning", Sigma Theta Tau Annual Research Day, UNCW, Nov. 2016

Yancey, J., & Reel, J. J. (September, 2016). Health and appearance motivations for sun protection among adolescent and young adult lifeguards. International Cancer Education Conference (ICEC). Washington, D.C.

ETeal Grant Recipients

Three CHHS projects were funded for the fall 2016 competition

1.   Penny Sauer, Elise Thompson and Margaret Verzella (SON)

Proposal: to guide nursing students in professional communication simulations with conflict during the spring 2017 semester

2.   Sara Miller (SHAHS)

Proposal: to guide RTH 492 students in accessible yoga training and engagement with children with disabilities during the spring 2017 semester

3.   Kit Huelskamp (SHAHS)

Proposal: to guide PEH majors in HEA in providing health education activities at MedFest and presenting at the national NC AAHPERD conference during the fall 2017 semester

CHHS Coffee Hour Update

In partnership with the UNCW Office of Community Engagement, the College of Health and Human Services held its monthly coffee hour for November on the topic of domestic violence. The purpose of our monthly coffee hours is to foster connections that will lead to collaboration on research and scholarship projects amongst the campus community and our community partners, and November’s coffee hour held on Monday, Nov. 14 definitely delivered on that mission.

Attendees and interested parties ranged from CHHS faculty members and administrators to faculty and administrators from across our campus, and even faculty from outside of our state. We were pleased to be introduced to Dr. Marcella Mellinger from the University of Maryland at Baltimore. Community partners from the NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence traveled from across our state to share their areas of expertise and where we may mutually benefit through partnership in research and service. We hosted members of the UNCW Women’s Resource Center, the UNCW CARE office, Distance Education, the Center for Healthy Communities and the University Police Department. Some exciting opportunities for collaboration arose from our discussion.

“I’m grateful for the discussions and introductions allowed by the coffee hour,” UNCW Chief of Police David Donaldson said. “I’m interested in collaborating on a grant initiative if there’s one that overlays or could overlap the police department’s roles, responsibilities or data.”

January’s Coffee Hour on global health and research with international populations will be held in the McNeill Hall multi-purpose room on Jan. 20 at 10 a.m. A flyer will be distributed via email, and an announcement will be made in SWOOP as we approach that date. We greatly look forward to continuing the success of these meetings in 2017 and hope to see you there in January!