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1 FY ANNUAL REPORT OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP

2 The mission of the Office of Research and Scholarship is to champion College of Nursing faculty and students in converting research to nursing knowledge. This mission is carried out through (a) consultation, (b) location of funding sources, (c) grant development and management, (d) data analysis, and (e) research publication. ORS. Nursing research powers nursing practice. TABLE OF CONTENTS ASSOCIATE DEAN S ADDRESS 4 I. ORS OVERVIEW ORS Staff 6 ORS Events 7 ORS Publications 11 ORS WINs! 19 II. ORS STATISTICAL/RESEARCH SUPPORT CORE ORS Review Panel 21 Center for Research and Nursing Scholarship 23 III. COLORADO COLLABORATIVE FOR NURSING RESEARCH (CCNR) CCNR Overview 31 CCNR Scholarship 32 CCNR Summit 33 CCNR Projects 37 CCNR Outreach 38 IV. FACULTY RESEARCH COMMITTEE Summary of Activities 40 2

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4 STATE OF THE ORS ADDRESS: ORS ON THE MOVE To assess the efficacy of ORS efforts in FY14-15, I will reiterate, in the column below, the final part of last year s State of the ORS Address: A popular philosophy in the world of bodybuilding goes like this: pack it on; carve it up. In other words, first, you build mass; next, you sculpt that shapeless mass into well-defined muscle. But first things first you need to add mass as raw material for muscle creation. In calendar year 2010, the CON s number of funding submissions peaked at 36. After that spike, however, yearly submission totals consistently settled into the low 20s. Therefore, a primary goal for FY was to get that submission number back up and we have nailed that goal, projecting to smash our record of 36 submissions by the end of calendar year This is excellent news. The hit rate on our submissions...that s another story. In short, then, we spent FY packing on scholarly mass; we will spend FY sharpening up and perfecting that scholarship. An ORS submission process will be introduced soon. Another recently launched ORS initiative is the OSKJ Panel, which serves to vet ORS products. More details about integrating OSKJ into the grant submission process will follow. ORS is active and purposeful. In the past year, we have stockpiled talent, energy, and scholarly products. In FY14-15, we will continue to develop the valuable materials we have accumulated. Let the mandate for the upcoming year read as follows: Carve it up! The preceding section from last year s State of the ORS Address signaled the primary objective for FY So, in retrospect, did we carve it up? Last year s Address talked about the rollouts of the new ORS Pre-submission Timeline and the OSKJ Panel. And yes, both of these instruments were rolled out successfully in FY The introduction of the new Timeline coincided with marked progress in the success of our submissions. The introduction of the OSKJ Panel now the ORS Review Panel also coincided with marked progress in the success of our submissions. Therefore, as we kick off this year s ORS Annual Report, I am pleased to say that we have met the objective spelled out at the kickoff of last year s ORS Annual Report. Not only have we continued to step up our volume of grant submissions, but we have also shifted many those submissions from the unscored to the scored column, and, most significantly, we have secured funding, in the form of 2 PCORI grants (Krause-Parello, Jones), 1 CCTSI Community Engagement grant (Harpin), and 1 STTI grant (Gorton). Furthermore, we have made it past the first reviewers cut for both an AHRQ grant (Ozkaynak) and an EDM Forum grant (Reeder/ Sousa). These are great individual and institutional accomplishments! We have a clear picture of where we ultimately want to be. We have developed a roadmap for getting there. And we have embarked. Karen Sousa, PhD, RN, FAAN Professor, Associate Dean of Research and Scholarship 4

5 I. ORS OVERVIEW ORS Staff 6 ORS Events 7 ORS Publications 11 ORS WINs! 19 5

6 I. ORS OVERVIEW ORS Karen H. Sousa, RN, PhD, FAAN, Professor Associate Dean for Research and Scholarship Sarah Schmiege, PhD, Statistician and Assistant Research Professor Oliwier Dziadkowiec, PhD, Director of the Center for Research and Nursing Scholarship Barbara Creswell Pre-award Grants and Contracts Specialist Fanta Kuhlman Post-award Grants and Contracts Specialist Jason Weiss ORS Innovation and Quality Program Manager Fanta Kuhlman, MPH, MBA, CRA joined the ORS staff in June 2015, bringing valuable experience at Denver Health, the University of Kansas, and here at Anschutz Medical Campus. She has expertise not only in handling the entire lifecycle of funded projects but also in crafting grants pre-submission. Fanta is a gifted person and a wonderful addition to ORS! 6

7 I. ORS OVERVIEW ORS CNR-to-CRNS Open House August 25, 2014 The name change from Center for Nursing Research (CNR) to Center for Research and Nursing Scholarship (CRNS) reflects expanding ORS inclusivity in that (a) de-coupling Research from Nursing acknowledges that not all CON research is nursing research and (b) adding Scholarship to the CRNS name acknowledges that valuable academic work comes in variegated forms. And the inclusivity push is not just nominal: renovations have made Room 4224 a place where ideas collide and partnerships form. The Open House gave the CON a chance to see the new CRNS logo and thank CNR RAs Tiffany Callahan and Alex Schneider for their outstanding work. Research Scholarship & Seminar Series/ Jennifer Disabato October 28, 2014 The purpose of the College of Nursing Research Scholarship and Seminar Series is to provide a regular forum of research and scholarly presentation and dialogue in the College of Nursing and with the larger campus community. The Series goals are to (a) promote the development of a scholarly community characterized by active engagement, mutual accountability, and individual accomplishment; (b) foster continued advancement of research/ scholarship programs of faculty and graduate students through scholarly critique and dialogue; and (c) provide a forum for presentation of faculty and graduate student research and scholarship within both the College and the larger campus community. 7

8 I. ORS OVERVIEW ORS ORS Fall Research Mini-Retreat October 31, 2014 ORS Research (Mini) Retreat Agenda, October 31, 2014 AMC Health and Wellness Center 8:00-9:00 From Five Years Ago to Today: Putting Our Research in Context (Karen Sousa) 9:00-10:00 Instituting Creativity via the Creative Institution: Lessons from the Book, Creativity, Inc. (Paul Cook) 10:00-noon From Today to Five Years from Today: Putting Our Research in High Gear (Several Presenters) Noon-1:00 Lunch: Lemon Chicken and Parmesan Vegetable Risotto (Community) Doris Kemp Smith Award Presentation/ Carol Crisp-Micsunescu & Marie Hastings-Tolsma January 28, 2015 Through mechanisms like the Doris Kemp Smith Award, the ORS Faculty Research Committee contributes to the development and progress of CON research. Specific Research Committee functions in support of the ORS research mission include (a) collaborating with the Associate Dean of Research and Scholarship in convening review panels for proposals and ensuring adequate review of proposals; (b) overseeing the conduct of intramural research, managing the Intramural Scholarship Program, and allocating Intramural Scholarship Program funds; (c) providing funds for attending conferences, obtaining software, and compensating external reviewers; (d) making recommendations to the Associate Dean for Research and Scholarship regarding allocation of funds to support faculty research travel and scholarly endeavors; and (e), most broadly, promoting CON nursing research and scholarly endeavors in the healthcare community through inter-disciplinary and inter-professional outreach. 8

9 I. ORS OVERVIEW ORS ORS Lunch for Clinical/Teaching-track Faculty February 20, 2015 Building further on the incorporation of clinical/ teaching-track faculty into the CON s research mission, ORS hosted a lunch event expressly for clinical/teaching-track faculty members. And the theme of this gathering was as follows: this event is not a one-off event. The opportunities and support services that ORS promoted on that day at that event are the same opportunities and support services that are always available to anyone in the CON. In short, ORS will always marshal all of its resources and direct them at any CON research project. That is why ORS is here. This targeted lunch event sought to spread awareness of ORS s ability and willingness to help. 9

10 I. ORS OVERVIEW ORS Applied Structural Equation Modeling Intensive June 23-26, 2015 The 2015 SEM Intensive took place from June 23 rd to June 26 th. This year s event had 10 attendees, some of whom received course credit for their participation the first time the Intensive has offered that option through Nexus. Thank you to Karen Sousa, Paul Cook, Oli Dziadkowiec, and Sarah Schmiege for making this an event that draws inquiries and attendees from around the country and around the world. ORS Tea June 29, 2015 This event served to (a) welcome Fanta Kuhlman to the CON and (b) thank Barbara Creswell for majorly stepping up in a post-award capacity prior to Fanta s arrival. Along with the eponymous drink, pastries were served. And thank you to everyone who came to the Tea and made it such a success! Attendance fluctuated, of course, but at its peak, 36 people were crowded into the CRNS, welcoming Fanta and thanking Barbara. This number includes Mary Burman, Dean of the University of Wyoming School of Nursing, who was in town. Again, thank you all for celebrating with us! 10

11 I. ORS OVERVIEW ORS Publications, FY14-15 Aldrich, H., Gance-Cleveland, B., Schmiege, S. J., & Dandreaux, D. (2014). Identification and assessment of childhood obesity by school-based health center providers. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 28, Aldrich, H., Gance-Cleveland, B., Schmiege, S. J., & Dandreaux, D. (2014). School-based health center providers treatment of childhood overweight. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 29, Allshouse, A. A., MaWhinney, S., Jankowski, C. M., Kohrt, W. M., Campbell, T. B., & Erlandson, K. M. (2015). The impact of marijuana use on the successful aging of HIV-infected adults. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr, 69(2), Armstrong, G. E., Barton, A. J., Nuffer, W., & Yancey, L. (2014). Patient and family-centered care and the interprofessional team. In J. Barnsteiner, J. Disch, & M. K. Walton (Eds), Person and Family-Centered Care. (Chapter 20). Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International. Baggett, M., Batcheller, J., Blouin, A. S., Behrens, E., Bradley, C., Brown, M. J., Welton, J. M., & Yendro, S. (2014). Excellence and evidence in staffing: A data-driven model for excellence in staffing (2nd edition). Nursing Economics, 32(3 Suppl), Banzett RB, O'Donnell CR, Guilfoyle TE, Parshall MB, Schwartzstein RM, Meek PM, Gracely RH, & Lansing RW. (2015). Multidimensional Dyspnea Profile: An instrument for clinical and laboratory research. Eur Respir J, 45(6), Barbour, L. A., Hernandez, T. L., Reynolds, R. M., Reece, M. S., Chartier-Logan, C., Anderson, M. A., & Van Pelt, R. E. (in press, 2015). Striking differences in estimates of infant adiposity by new and old DXA software, PEAPOD and skinfolds at two weeks and one year of life. Pediatr Obesity. Barker, G. T., Cook, P. F., Schmiege, S. J., Kahook, M. Y., Kammer, J. A., & Mansberger, S. L. (2015). Psychometric properties of the Glaucoma Treatment Compliance Assessment Tool in a multicenter trial. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 159, Barton, A. J. (2015). ehealth national priorities. Clinical Nurse Specialist, 29(2), Barton, A. J. (2014). Helping patients improve their health through the use of technology. Clinical Nurse Specialist, 28(6), Barton, A. J. (2015). Informatics and the healthcare industry. In V.K. Saba & K.A. McCormick (Eds.), Essentials of nursing informatics (6 th ed., Chapter 22, pp ). New York: McGraw Hill. Barton, A. J. (2014). Preparing a collaborative, practice-ready workforce. Journal of Nursing Education, 53(7), Barton, A. J., & Makic, M. B. F. (2015). Technology and patient safety. Clinical Nurse Specialist, 29(3), Barton, A. J. (2015). Wearable technology to enhance remote monitoring and self-management. Clinical Nurse Specialist, 29 (1), 6-7. Barton, A. J., Armstrong, G., & Foss, K. (2015). Colorado QSEN faculty workshops An excellent adventure. In G. D. Sherwood & S. Horton-Deutsch (Eds.), Reflective organizations: On the frontlines of QSEN and reflective practice implementation, (Chapter 13, pp ). Indianapolis: Sigma Theta Tau International. Barton, A. J., Armstrong, G. E., & Valdez, C. (in press, 2015). Interprofessional teams for high reliability organizations. In C. Oster (Ed), Achieving High Reliability through Patient Safety and Quality A Practical Handbook. Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International. Barton, A. J., Armstrong, G. E., & Foss, K. (2015). Colorado QSEN faculty workshops: Facilitating reflection for curricular development. In G. Sherwood & S. Horton-Deutsch (Eds), Reflective Organizations. (Chapter 12). Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International. Barton, A. J., & Makic, M. B. F. (2015). Technology and patient safety. Crit Nurse Specialist, 29(3), Bekelman, D. B., Hooker, S., Nowels, C. T., Main, D. S., Meek, P., McBryde, C.,... & Heidenreich, P. A. (2014). Feasibility and acceptability of a collaborative care intervention to improve symptoms and quality of life in chronic heart failure: Mixed methods pilot trial. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 17(2), Bessesen, D. H., Cox-York, K. A., Hernandez, T. L., Erickson, C. B., Wang, H., Jackman, M. R., & Van Pelt, R. E. (2015). Postprandial triglycerides and adipose tissue storage of dietary fatty acids: Impact of menopause and estradiol. Obesity, 23(1), Bornemann-Shepherd, M., LeLazar, J., Makic, M. B. F., Devine, D., McDevitt, K., & Paul, M. (2015). Caring for inpatient boarders in the emergency department: Improving safety and patient and staff satisfaction. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 41(1),

12 Boyle, K. E., Hwang, H., DeVente, J. M., Barbour, L. A., Hernandez, T. L., Mandarino, L. J., & Friedman, J. E. (2014). Gestational diabetes is characterized by reduced mitochondrial protein expression and altered calcium signaling proteins in skeletal muscle. PLoS One, 9(9), e Burcham, J., & Rosenthal, L. (2015). Lehne s Pharmacology for Nursing Care (9 th ed). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier. Burchett, P., Harpin, S. B., Peterson-Smith, A., & Emery, K.D. (in press, 2015). Improving a urine culture callback follow-up system in a pediatric emergency department. Journal of Pediatric Health Care. Burhansstipanov, L. Harjo, L., Krebs, L. U., Marshall, A, & Lindstrom, D. (2015). Cultural roles of native patient navigators for American Indian cancer patients. Frontiers in Oncology, 5, Burhansstipanov, L., Krebs, L. U., Dignan, M. B., Jones, K., Harjo, L. D., Watanabe-Galloway, S., Petereit, D. G., Pingatore, N. L., & Isham, D. (2014). Findings from the Native Navigators and the Cancer Continuum (NNACC) study. Journal of Cancer Education, 29(3), Burhansstipanov, L., Krebs, L. U., Harjo, L., Watanabe-Galloway, S., Pingatore, N., Isham, D., Duran, F. T., Denny, L., Lindstrom, D., & Crawford, K. (2014). Providing community education: Lessons learned from native patient navigators Journal of Cancer Education, 29(3), Carlson, N. S., & Lowe, N. K. (2014). A concept analysis of watchful waiting among providers caring for women in labor. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 70, Carlson, N. S., & Lowe, N. K. (2014). Intrapartum management associated with obesity in nulliparous women. Journal of Midwifery & Women s Health, 59(1), Carr, K. L., Johnson, F. E., Kenaan, C. A., & Welton, J. M. (2015). Effects of p6 stimulation on postoperative nausea and vomiting in laparoscopic cholecystectomy patients. J Perianesth Nurs, 30(2), Celli, B. R., Decramer, M., Wedzicha, J. A., Wilson, K. C., Agustí, A. A., Criner, G. J., & Meek, P.M....ZuWallack, R. L. (2015). An official American Thoracic Society/European Respiratory Society statement: Research questions in COPD. European Respiratory Review, 24(136), Clancy, T. R., Bowles, K. H., Gelinas, L., Androwich, I., Delaney, C., Matney, S., Welton, J., & Westra, B. L. (2014). A call to action: Engage in big data science. Nursing Outlook, 62(1), Clark, B. J., Jones, J., Cook, P., Tian, K., & Moss, M. (in press, 2015). Facilitators and barriers to initiating change in medical intensive care unit survivors with alcohol use disorders: A qualitative study. Journal of Critical Care. Cook, P. F., Schmiege, S. J., Mansberger, S., Kammer, J., Fitzgerald, T., & Kahook, M. Y. (2015). Predictors of adherence to glaucoma treatment in a multisite study. Annals of Behavioral Medicine., 49, Corwin, E. J., Berg, J. A., Armstrong, T. S., DeVito Dabbs, A., Lee, K. A., Meek, P., & Redeker, N. (2014). Envisioning the future in symptom science. Nursing Outlook, 62(5), Dreifuerst, K., & Horton-Deutsch, S. (2014). Meaningful debriefing and other approaches. In P. Jeffries (Eds.). Simulation Clinical Simulations in Nursing Education. Baltimore, MD: National League of Nursing. Dziadkowiec, O., Cook, P., & Fink, R. M. (2014). Research instrument and survey development: Reliability, validity, and measurement issues. In R. M. Fink, K. S. Oman, & M. B. F. Makic (Eds.), Research & Evidence-based Practice Manual, 3rd Edition. Aurora, CO: University of Colorado Hospital. Edinburgh L. D., Pape-Blabolil, J., Harpin, S. B., & Saewyc, E. M. (2015). Assessing exploitation experiences of girls and boys seen at a child advocacy center. Child Abuse & Neglect, 39. Erlandson, K. M., Allshouse, A. A., Jankowski, C. M., MaWhinney, S., Kohrt, W. M., & Campbell, T. B. (2014). Relationship of physical function and quality of life among persons aging with HIV infection. AIDS, 28(13), Erlandson, K. M., Schrack, J. A., Jankowski, C. M., Brown, T. T., & Campbell, T. B. (2014). Functional impairment, disability, and frailty in adults aging with HIV infection. Curr HIV/AIDS Rep, 11(3), Estes, K. (2014) Skin infections in high school wrestlers: A nurse practitioner s guide to diagnosis, treatment and return to participation. Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Estes, K., & Weber, M. (2015). Anxiety and depression. Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nurse Prescribers. Ferranti, E. P., Jones, E. J., & Hernandez, T. L. (in press, 2015). Pregnancy reveals evolving risk for cardiometabolic disease in women. J Gynecol Neonat Nurs. Fink, R. M., Makic, M. B. F., Poteet, A. & Oman, K. S. (in press, 2015). The ventilated patient s experience. visualizations for older adults. Telemedicine and e-health, 21(1),

13 Fan, V., & Meek, P.M. (2014). Anxiety, depression and cognitive function in patients with chronic respiratory disease. Pulmonary Clinics in North America, 35(2), Francomano J., & Harpin, S. B. (2015). Utilizing social networking sites to promote adolescents health: A pragmatic review of the literature. Computers, Informatics, and Nursing, 33(1). Furfari, K., Rosenthal, L., Tad-y, D., Wolfe, B., & Glasheen, J. (2014). Nurse practitioners as inpatient providers: A hospital medicine fellowship program. JNP, 10(6), Gance-Cleveland, B., Aldrich, H., Schmiege, S. J., Coursen, C., Dandreaux, D., Shaibi, G., & Gilbert, L. (2015). Clinician adherence to childhood overweight and obesity recommendations by race/ethnicity of the child. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, 20, Gance-Cleveland, B., Dandreaux, D., Aldrich, H., & Kamal, R. (2015). Challenges conducting multicenter translational research: promoting adherence to childhood obesity guidelines. IRB: Ethics & Human Research, 37(1), Gance-Cleveland, B., Gilbert, K., Gilbert, L., Dandreaux, D., & Russell, N. (2014). Decision support to promote healthy weights in children. Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 10(10), Gauthier, K., & Gance-Cleveland, B. (2015). Hispanic parental perception of overweight and health related behaviors in preschoolers: an integrated review. Childhood Obesity, 11, Giese, K. K., & Cook, P. (in press, 2015). Improving manufacturing plant obesity: Translating the Diabetes Prevention Program into the workplace. American Association of Occupational Health Nurses Journal. Golightly, L. & Oman, K. S. (2014). Writing a proposal. In R. M. Fink, K. S. Oman, & M. B. F. Makic (Eds.), Research & Evidence-based Practice Manual, 3rd Edition. Aurora, CO: University of Colorado Hospital. Gorton, K. L., & Hayes, J. (2014). Challenges of assessing critical thinking and clinical judgment in nurse practitioner students. Journal of Nursing Education, 53(3). Gorton, K. L., & LaSala, K. B. (2015) Forming atypical partnerships to help alleviate the clinical placement crisis. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. Green, A., Gance-Cleveland, B., Smith, A., Toly, V., Ely, E., & McDowell, E. (2014). Charting the course of pediatric nursing research: The SPN Delphi Study. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 29(5), Guerrasio, J., Furfari, K., Rosenthal, L., Nogar, C., Wray, K., & Aagaard, E. (2014). Failure to fail: The institutional perspective. Medical Teacher, 1-5. Hagman, J., Chavez, J., Rendler, T., & Oman, K. S. (2014). Reading and understanding research reports. In R. M. Fink, K. S. Oman, & M. B. F. Makic (Eds.), Research & Evidence-based Practice Manual, 3rd Edition. Aurora, CO: University of Colorado Hospital. Harpin, S. B., Ezeanochie, N., & Bull, S. (2014). Adolescent mobile phone use and health promotion. Adolescent Medicine: State of the Art Reviews, 25(3), Harpin, S. B., Sieving, R. E., Bernat, D., & Bearinger, L. H. (2014). Patterns of in-migration and out-migration of middle school adolescents. Health Behavior & Policy Review, 1(5), Hernandez, T. L. (2015) Glycemic targets in pregnancies affected by diabetes: Historical perspective and future directions. Current Diabetes Reports, 15(1), 565. Hernandez, T. L., Bessesen, D. H., Cox-York, K. A., Erickson, C. G., Law, C. K., Anderson, M.A., & Van Pelt, R. E. (in press, 2015). Femoral lipectomy increases postprandial lipemia in women. Am J Physiol Endocrino Metab. Hernandez, T. L., Van Pelt, R. E., Anderson, M. A., Reece, M. S., Reynolds, R. M., de la Houssaye, B., & Barbour, L. A. (in press, 2015). Women with gestational diabetes randomized to a higher complex carbohydrate/low fat diet manifest lower adipose tissue insulin resistance, inflammation, glucose, and free fatty acids. Diabetes Care. Hernandez, T. L., Van Pelt, R. E., Anderson, M. A., Daniels, L. J., West, J. A., Donahoo, W. T., & Barbour, L. A. (2014). A higher complex carbohydrate diet in gestational diabetes achieves glucose targets and lowers postprandial lipids: A randomized crossover study. Diabetes Care, 37(5), Horton-Deutsch, S. (2015). Knowing what must be done: A caring and effective response to the Ebola virus. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 29(1), 1-2. Horton-Deutsch, S., & Drysdale, J. (2015). An online teaching framework: Using quality norms and caring science to build presence and engagement in online learning environments. In G. Sherwood & S. Horton-Deutsch (Eds.). Reflective organizations: On the front lines of QSEN and reflective practice implementation. Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International. 13

14 Horton-Deutsch, S., & Fitzpatrick, J. (2014). New beginnings...a partnership to advance psychiatric mental health nursing. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 28(6), 1-2. Horton-Deutsch, S., Kuehn, K., & Sherwood, G. (2015). Partnering to create sustainable futures: organizational leadership strategies that invite engagement, reflection and action. In G. Sherwood & S. Horton-Deutsch (Eds.). Reflective organizations: On the front lines of QSEN and reflective practice implementation. Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International. Horton-Deutsch, S., Pardue, K., Young, P., Morales, M., Halstead, J., & Pearsall, C. (2014). Taking risks by doing the right thing. Nursing Outlook, 62(2), Jankowski, C. M., Ory, M. G., Friedman, D. B., Dwyer, A., Birken, S. A., & Risendal, B. (2014). Searching for maintenance in exercise interventions for cancer survivors. J Cancer Surviv, 8(4), Jankowski, C. M., Shea, K., Barry, D. W., Linnebur, S. A., Wolfe, P., Kittelson, J., Schwartz, R. S., & Kohrt, W. M. (2015). Timing of ibuprofen use and musculoskeletal adaptations to exercise training in older adults. Bone Rep, 1, 1-8. Jarrin, O., Flynn, L., Lake, E., & Aiken. L. (2014). Home health agency work environments and hospitalizations. Medical Care, 52, Jayawardhana, J., & Welton, J. M. (in press, 2015). Diagnostic imaging services in Magnet and non-magnet hospitals: Trends in utilization and costs of care. Journal of the American College of Radiology. Jayawardhana, J., Welton, J. M., & Lindrooth, R. C. (2014). Is there a business case for magnet hospitals? Estimates of the cost and revenue implications of becoming a magnet. Medical Care, 52(5), Krause-Parello, C. A. (2015). Nurses answer the call to enhance veteran and military health. American Nurse Today, 10(5). Krause-Parello, C. A., & Friedmann, E. (2014). The use of animal-assisted intervention to examine the effects of salivary Alpha-amylase, Immunoglobulin A, and heart rate during forensic interviews in child sexual assault cases. Anthrozoos, 27(4), Krause-Parello, C. A., & Gulick, E. (in press, 2015). Examining demographic and psychosocial predictors of well-being in older pet owners. International Journal of Nursing. Krause-Parello, C. A., Wesley, Y., & Campbell, M. (2014). Examining pet attitude in relation to loneliness and parenthood motivation in pet-owning adults. Health, 6, Lange P, Celli B, Agustí A, Boje Jensen G, Divo M, Faner R,...Meek P,...& Vestbo J. (2015). Lung-Function Trajectories Leading to Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. N Engl J Med, 373(2), Langness, J., Cook, P., Gill, J., Boggs, R., & Netsanet, N. (2014). Comparison of adherence rates for antiretroviral medications, blood pressure medications, and mental health medications for HIV-positive patients at academic medical center outpatient pharmacy. Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy, 20, LaSala, K. B,, & Gorton, K. L. (2015) Students academic transition issues: Associate degree to baccalaureate nursing. J Nurs Care, 4, 231. Lay, K., McNelis, A., & Horton-Deutsch, S. (2015). Interprofessional education in mental health: Developing practitioners who work collaboratively and provide patient-centered care. In G.Sherwood & S. Horton- Deutsch (Eds.). Reflective organizations: On the front lines of QSEN and reflective practice implementation. Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International. Le, T., Reeder, B., Chung, J., Thompson, H., & Demiris, G. (2014). Design of smart home sensor visualizations for older adults. Technology and Health Care, 22(4), Le, T., Reeder, B., Yoo, D., Aziz, R., Thompson, H. J., & Demiris, G. (2015). An evaluation of wellness assessment controlled clinical trial. Clinical Journal of Pain, 31, Lee, K. A., Dziadkowiec, O., & Meek, P. (2014). A systems science approach to fatigue management in research and health care. Nursing Outlook, 62(5), Lee, K. A., Meek, P., & Grady, P. A. (2014). Advancing symptom science: nurse researchers lead the way. Nursing Outlook, 62(5),

15 Levine, M. S., & Lowe, N. K. (2014). Nurse attitudes toward childbirth: A concept clarification. Nursing Forum, 49, Makic, M. B. F. (2014). Book review: Qualitative methods for practice research. Qualitative Health Research, 24 (2), Makic, M. B. F. (2014). Daily sedation interruption: Current state of the science. JoPAN, 29(6), Makic, M. B. F. (2014). Enhancing sleep in the critically ill perianesthesia patient. JoPAN, 29(2), Makic, M. B. F. (2014). Preventing postsurgical venous thromboembolism. JoPAN, 29(4), Makic, M. B. F. (2015). Rethinking mobility and intensive care patients. JoPAN, 30(2), Makic, M. B. F., Rauen, C., Poteet, A., & Watson, R. (2014). Examining the evidence to guide practice: Challenging practice habits. Critical Care Nurse, 34(2), Mastro, K., Flynn, L., & Preuster, C. (2014). Patient- and family-centered care: A national call to action for new knowledge and innovation. Journal of Nursing Administration, 44(9), Matthews, E. E., Neu, M., Cook, P. F., & King, N. (in press, 2015). Sleep in mother-child dyads during pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia treatment compared to healthy controls. Oncology Nursing Forum. Matthews, E. E., Berger, A. M., Schmiege, S. J., Cook, P. F., McCarthy, M. S., Moore, C. M., & Aloia, M. S. (in press, 2015). Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia outcomes in women after primary breast cancer treatment: A randomized controlled trial. Oncology Nursing Forum. McCallum, C. A., Oman, K. S., & Makic, M. B. (2015). Improving the assessment and treatment of pelvic inflammatory disease among adolescents in an urban children s hospital emergency department. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 40(6), McNeely, H. L., Shonka, N. M., Pardee, C., & Nicol, N. H. (2015). The value of certification: What do pediatric nurses think? Nursing Management, 46(2), Meek, P., Petersen, H., Washko, G. R., Diaz, A. A., Kim, V., Sood, A., & Tesfaigzi, Y. (2015). Chronic bronchitis is associated with worse symptoms and quality of life than chronic airflow obstruction. Chest. Meek, P.M., Sood, A., Petersen, H., Belinski, S., & Tesfaghi, Y. (2014). Epigenetic change (GATA-4 gene methylation) is associated with health status in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Biologic Research in Nursing. Moore, C. M., Schmiege, S. J., & Matthews, E. E. (2014). Actigraphy and sleep diary measurements in breast cancer survivors: Discrepancy in selected sleep parameters. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 12, Moraska, A. F., Stenerson, L, Butryn, N., Krutsch, J. P., Schmiege, S. J., & Mann, D. (2015). Myofascial trigger point-focused head and neck massage for recurrent tension-type headache. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 28(8), Mramor, W., Hagman, J., Ford, D., Oman, K. S., & Cumbler, E. (2015). Purposeful visits for hospitalized elderly patients. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 41(3), Neal, J. L., Lamp, J. M., Buck, J. S., Lowe, N. K., Gillespie, S. L., & Ryan, S. L. (2014). Outcomes of nulliparous women with spontaneous labor onset admitted to hospitals in pre-active versus active labor. Journal of Midwifery & Women s Health, 59(1), Nelson, J. M. (2014). Geriatric pharmacology. In T. Woo & M. L. Robinson (Eds.), Pharmacotherapeutics for Nurse Practitioner Providers. Nelson, J. M. (2014). Identifying and preventing common risk factors in the elderly. In K. Mauk (Ed.), Gerontological Nursing: Competencies for Care (3rd Ed.) Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett. Nelson, J. M., & Good, E. (2015). Urinary tract infections and asymptomatic bacteriuria in older adults. Nurse Practitioner. Nelson, J. M., & Nelson, T. (2014). Advance directives: Struggles and strategies. Nurse Practitioner, 39(11), Nelson, J. M., & Pulley, A. (2015). Transitional care to reduce hospital readmissions. American Nurse Today, 10(4). 15

16 Nelson, J., & Rosenthal, L. (2015). How nurses can help reduce hospital readmissions. American Nurse Today, 10(4), Nelson, J. M., & Rosenthal, L. (2015). Keeping patients from falling through the cracks: Nurses play a critical role in reducing hospital readmissions. American Nurse Today, 10(5). Nelson, S., & Flynn, L. (2015). Relationship between missed care and urinary tract infections in nursing homes. Geriatric Nursing, 36(2), Neu, M., Meyer-Parsons, B., Biringen, E., & Biringen, Z. (2015). Gastroesophageal reflux disease and the mother-infant relationship. JNEP, 5(5), 41. Neu, M., Matthews, E. E., & Cook, P. F. (in press, 2015). Anxiety, depression, stress, and cortisol levels in mothers of children undergoing maintenance therapy for childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing. Nicol, N. H., Boguniewicz, M., Strand, M., & Klinnert, M. D. (2014). Wet wrap therapy in children with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis in a multidisciplinary treatment program. The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice, 2(4), Nicol, N. H., & Huether, S. E. (2015). Alterations of the integument in children. In S. E. Huether, K. L. McCance, V. L. Brasher, & N. S. Rote (Eds.), Understanding Pathophysiology, 6 th edition (pp ). St. Louis, MO: Mosby- Elsevier. Nicol, N. H., & Huether, S. E. (2014). Alterations of the integument in children. In S. E. Huether, K. L. McCance, V. L. Brasher, & N. S. Rote (Eds.), Pathophysiology The Biologic Basics for Disease in Adults and Children, 7 th edition (pp ). St. Louis, MO: Mosby-Elsevier. Nicol, N. H., & Huether, S. E. (2015). Structure, function, and disorders of the integument. In S. E. Huether, K. L. McCance, V. L. Brasher, & N. S. Rote (Eds.), Understanding Pathophysiology, 6 th edition (pp ). St. Louis, MO: Mosby-Elsevier. Niitsu, K., Watanabe-Galloway, S., Sayles, H., Houfek, J., & Rice, M. (2014). The great east Japan earthquake and tsunami psychological impact study. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 20, 194. Oman, K. S., & Fink, R. (2014). Cultivating an evidence-based practice and research enterprise. In R. M. Fink, K. S. Oman, & M. B. F. Makic (Eds.), Research & Evidence-based Practice Manual, 3rd Edition. Aurora, CO: University of Colorado Hospital. Oman, K. S., & Fink, R. (2014). Intradermal lidocaine or bacteriostatic normal saline to decrease pain prior to intravenous catheter insertion: A meta-analysis. Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, 29, Oman, K. S., Leeth, D, & Lowe, N. (2014). Submitting a manuscript and rules of etiquette. In R. M. Fink, K. S. Oman, & M. B. F. Makic (Eds.), Research & Evidence-based Practice Manual, 3rd Edition. Aurora, CO: University of Colorado Hospital. Ozkaynak, M., Johnson, S., Shimada, S., Petrakis, B.., Tulu, B., Archambeault, C., & Woods, S. (2014). Examining the multi-level fit between work and technology in a secure messaging implementation. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Washington, DC. Ozkaynak, M., Johnson, S. A, Tulu, B., Donovan J. L., Kanaan, A. O., & Rose, A. J. (2015). Using a work systems framework to explore the effect of complex patients on care delivery tasks in anticoagulation clinics. Ozkaynak, M., Unertl, K., Johnson, S., Brixey, J., & Haque, S. (in press, 2015). Clinical workflow analysis, process redesign, and quality improvement. In J. T. Finnell and B. E. Dixon (Eds.), Clinical Informatics Study Guide. Boston: Springer. Padula, W. V., Makic, M. B. F., Mishra, M. K., Campbell, J. D., Nair, K. V., Wald, H. L., & Valuck, R. J. (2015). Comparative effectiveness of quality improvement interventions for pressure ulcer prevention in academic medical centers in the United States. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf, 41(6). Padula, W. V., Makic, M. B. F., & Wald, H. M. (2015). Hospital-acquired pressure ulcer incidence and variance at US academic medical centers, : Tracking changes since CMS nonpayment policy. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf, 41(6). Padula, W. V., Mishra, M. K., Makic, M. B. F., & Valuck, R. J. (2014) A framework of quality improvement interventions to implement evidence-based practices for pressure ulcer prevention. Adv Skin Wound Care, 27(6),

17 Pappas, S., Davidson, N., Woodard, J., Davis, D., & Welton, J. M. (2015). Risk adjusted staffing to improve patient value. Nursing Economics, 33(2), Pappas, S., & Welton, J. M. (2015). Nursing: Essential to health care value. Nurse Leader, 13(3), Pearsall, C., Purdue, K., Horton-Deutsch, S., Young, P., Halstead, J., Nelson, K., & Morales, M. L. (2014). Becoming a nurse faculty leader: Doing your homework to minimize risk taking. Journal of Professional Nursing, 30(1), Pell, J. M., Mancuso, M., Limon, S., Oman K. S., & Lin, C. T. (2015). Patient access to electronic health records during hospitalization. JAMA Internal Medicine. Petersen, H., Sood, A., Meek, P. M., Shen, X., Cheng, Y., Belinsky, S. A.,... & Tesfaigzi, Y. (2014). Rapid lung function decline in smokers is a risk factor for COPD and is attenuated by angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor use. Chest, 145(4), Reeder, B., Chung, J., Le, T., Thompson, H., & Demiris, G. (2014) Assessing older adults perceptions of sensor data and designing visual displays for ambient environments. An exploratory study. Methods of Information in Medicine, 53(3), Reeder, B., Richard, A., & Crosby, M. Technology-supported health measures and goal-tracking for older adults in everyday living. Accepted for presentation August 6, 2015 at HCII August 4-7, Reeder, B., & Whitehouse, K. (2015). Sensor-based detection of gait speed for older adults: An integrative review. Research in Gerontological Nursing, 8(1), Rice, M. J. (2014). Telepsychiatry. In K. Wheeler (Ed.), Psychotherapy for the Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse, 2 nd Edition. New York: Springer. Rice, M. J., & Cunningham, P. (2014). Psychiatric nurse researchers: Canaries in the gold mine. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 20, Rice, M., & Malkary, G. (2014). ACO driven remote patient monitoring: Trends and concepts. Proceedings of the HIMSS 14th Annual Conference, Orlando, FL. Robinson, M. (2014). A pilot for learning interprofessional physical assessment skills. Journal for Nurse Practitioners. Robinson, M., Estes, K., & Knapfel, S. (2014). Use of technology in the classroom to increase professional preparation. Journal of Nurse Practitioners, 10(10), e93-e97. Ryan-Wenger, N. A., & Lowe, N. K. (2015). Evaluation of training methods required for accurate use of a selfdiagnosis and self-treatment kit for vaginal and urinary symptoms by military women. Military Medicine, 180, Scott, R., Oman, K., Makic, M. B. F., Fink, R, Hulett, T. M., Braaten, J. S., Severyn, F., & Wald, H. (2014). Reducing indwelling urinary catheter use in the emergency department: A successful quality improvement initiative. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 40(3), Shapiro, A. L. B., Schmiege, S. J., Brinton, J. T., Glueck, D., Crume, T. L., Friedman, J. E., & Dabelea, D. (2015). Testing the fuel-mediated hypothesis: Maternal insulin sensitivity and glucose mediate the association between maternal and neonatal adiposity, The Healthy Start study. Diabetologia, 58, Shah, A. S., Black, S. R., Wadwa, R. P., Schmiege, S. J., Fino, N. F., Talton, J. W.,...& Dabelea, D. (2015). Insulin sensitivity and arterial stiffness in youth with Type I Diabetes: the SEARCH CVD study. Journal of Diabetes and Its Complications, 29, Sherwood, G. & Horton-Deutsch, S. (Eds.). (2015). Reflective organizations: On the frontlines of QSEN and reflective practice implementation. Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International. Sherwood, G., & Horton-Deutsch, S. (2015). Transforming education and practice: the evidence base for change. In G. Sherwood & S. Horton-Deutsch (Eds.). Reflective organizations: On the front lines of QSEN and reflective practice implementation. Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International. Sherwood, G., Horton-Deutsch, S., & Ironside, P. (2015). Transformational learning: improving quality and safety through reflective pedagogies. In G. Sherwood & S. Horton-Deutsch (Eds.). Reflective organizations: On the front lines of QSEN and reflective practice implementation. Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International. Sigal, E., Harpin, S. B., & Tung, G. (2014). Increasing documentation and referral for youth at risk for violence through the primary health care setting. Clinical Pediatrics, 53(14), 1-7. Smith, N., Cook, P., & Oman, K. S. (2014). Differentiating among research, quality improvement, evidence-based practice, and program evaluation. In R. M. Fink, K. S. Oman, & M. B. F. Makic (Eds.), Research & Evidence-based 17

18 I. ORS OVERVIEW ORS Publications, FY14-15 Sood, A., Petersen, H., Meek, P., & Tesfaigzi, Y. (2014). Reply from the authors. Am J Respir Crit American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 189(7), 871. Sood, A., Petersen, H., Meek, P., & Tesfaigzi,Y. (2014). Spirometry and health status worsen with weight gain in obese smokers but improve in normal-weight smokers. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 189(3), Sousa, K. H., Weiss, J., Welton, J., Reeder, B., & Ozkaynak, M. (2015). The Colorado Collaborative for Nursing Research: Nurses shaping nursing s future. Nursing Outlook, 63(2), Sousa, K. H., & Weiss, J. (2014). Grant funding. In R. M. Fink, K. S. Oman, & M. B. F. Makic (Eds.), Research & Evidence-based Practice Manual, 3rd Edition. Aurora, CO: University of Colorado Hospital. Stiles, K., Horton-Deutsch, S., & Andrews, C. (2014). The nurse s lived experience of becoming an interprofessional leader. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 45(11), Thomas-Hawkins, C., & Flynn, L. (2015). Patient safety culture and nurse-reported adverse events in outpatient hemodialysis units. Research and Theory for Nursing Practice, 29(1), Thomas-Hawkins, C., Flynn, L., Lindgren, T., & Weaver, S. (2015). Nurse manager safety practices in outpatient hemodialysis units. Nephrology Nursing Journal, 42(2), ; 147. Vejar, M., Makic, M. B. F., & Kotthoff-Burrell, E. (2014). Medication management for elderly patients in an academic primary care setting: A quality improvement project. JAANP. Ward, S., Stewart, D., Ford, D., McFarland-Mullen, A., & Makic, M. B. F. (2014). Educating certified nursing assistants educational offerings on the run and more. JNPD, Watanabe-Galloway, S., Burhansstipanov, L., Krebs, L. U., Harjo, L. D., Petereit, D., Pingatore, N., & Isham, D. (2014). Partnering for success through community-based participatory research in Indian country. Journal of Cancer Education, 29(3), Welton, J. M. (in press, 2015). Conference report: Big data and nursing knowledge development. Nurse Leader. Welton, J. M. (2014). Big data and nursing business intelligence. Proceedings of the Conference: Nursing Knowledge: Big Data and Science for Transforming Health Care, University of Minnesota School of Nursing, Minneapolis, MN, June 5-6, Welton, J. M. (2014). Business intelligence and nursing administration. Journal of Nursing Administration, 44(5), Welton, J. M. (2014). Massachusetts new nurse staffing law. Journal of Nursing Administration, 44(11), Welton, J. M., & Harper, E. M. (2015). Nursing value-based financial models. Nursing Economics, 33(1), Wesley, Y., Krause-Parello, C. A., & Campbell, M. (2014). Correlates of loneliness, among adults of childbearing age. Journal of Women's Health Care, 3(4), 1-5. Yedidia, M., Chou, J, Brownlee, S., Flynn. L., & Tanner, C., (2014). The association of faculty perceptions with emotional exhaustion and intent to leave academic nursing: A report on a national survey of nurse faculty. Journal of Nursing Education, 53(10), Young, P., Pardue, T., & Horton-Deutsch, S. (2015). Practices of reflective leaders. In G. Sherwood & S. Horton- Deutsch (Eds.). Reflective organizations: On the front lines of QSEN and reflective practice implementation. Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International. Zuwallack, D., Lareau, S. C., & Meek, P. M, (2014). The effect of pulmonary rehabilitation. In D. Mahler (Ed.), Dyspnea. 3rd ed. New York: Marcel Decker, Inc. ORS Publication Totals, FY14-15 Journal Articles: 139 Books/Book Chapters: 29 Conference Papers: 4 18

19 I. ORS OVERVIEW ORS Yes, CU nursing research has a global impact. But more specifically, in the Mountain Time Zone, we are the center of research gravity. And with Albuquerque hosting WIN 2015, ORS did what ORS does: show up and make our presence felt. Paula Meek (left) and PhD student Nora Flucke have a nice and knowing Paula, very direct conversation. Kristine Gauthier (left) and Nora Flucke stand at the stellar foreground of a stellar wall of stellar CU posters. PhD student Andrea LeClaire (left) sees things eye-to-eye with Madalynn Neu. PhD student Jamie Mignano (left) appears happy to have been taken under the wing of Karen Sousa. From left to right are Cheryl Krause-Parello, PhD student Lucy Graham, Linda Flynn, and batting cleanup, Michael Rice. 19

20 II. ORS STATISTICAL AND RESEARCH SUPPORT CORE ORS Review Panel 21 Center for Research and Nursing Scholarship (CRNS) 23 20

21 Projects Registered/Completed, 9/25/14 (Inception of ORS Review Panel) to 5/30/15 II. ORS STATISTICAL AND RESEARCH SERVICES CORE ORS Review Panel Date Registered Person Who Registered Type of Project 5/28/15 Ozkaynak NIH R01 Grant Submission 5/26/15 Sousa PPT Presentation 5/20/15 Reeder EDM Forum Grant Submission 5/14/15 Sousa Promotional Document 5/7/15 Sousa PPT Presentation 5/1/15 Sousa Journal Article Submission 4/30/15 Dziadkowiec PCOEI Grant Submission 4/14/15 Ozkaynak Responses to Reviewer Feedback 4/11/15 Sousa Journal Article Submission 4/9/15 Armstrong Textbook Chapter 4/3/15 Nelson-Marten Poster 3/18/15 Dziadkowiec QI Project Review 3/5/15 Hilgendorf (Student) WIN Poster 3/2/15 Thumm (Student) WIN Poster 3/2/15 Sousa PPT Presentation 3/1/15 Ozkaynak Develop Figure for Article 2/20/15 Graham (Student) WIN Poster 2/10/15 Sousa PPT Presentation 2/9/15 Nicol Faculty Profile 2/9/15 Manthey (Student) WIN Poster 2/5/15 Robinson Develop Figure for Article 2/4/15 Rice HRSA Grant Submission 2/4/15 Shaw Poster Development 1/21/15 Grubaugh (Student) WIN Poster 1/20/15 Ozkaynak Develop Branding for Grant/Program of Research 1/20/15 Warren (Student) WIN Poster 1/8/15 Henrichs Poster Development 1/8/15 Mignano (Student) WIN Poster 21

22 II. ORS STATISTICAL AND RESEARCH SERVICES CORE ORS Review Panel Date Registered Person Who Registered Type of Project 11/25/14 Ozkaynak Journal Article 11/13/14 Sousa Journal Article 11/8/14 Neu CCTSI Grant Submission 10/26/14 Sousa WIN Symposium Submission 10/24/14 Dziadkowiec Journal Article 10/16/14 Ozkaynak NIH R21 Grant Submission 10/15/14 Cook Center Grant Submission 10/12/14 Nelson Journal Article 10/10/14 Pedro Journal Article 10/9/14 Harpin NIMH R34 Grant Submission 10/7/14 Horton-Deutsch Textbook Chapters 10/6/14 Reeder NSF Title Proposal 10/6/14 Dziadkowiec AHRQ R03 Grant Submission 10/2/14 Ozkaynak AHRQ R03 Grant Submission 9/29/14 Sousa Online Registration Page/Process Flowchart ORS Review Panel Mission The primary goal of the ORS Review Panel is to improve the quality of grant submissions, publications, and presentations (poster and podium) that come out of and represent the College of Nursing. The secondary goal is to contribute to a collegial scholarly culture that allows for open-review processes. ORS Review Panel Services The Panel can help with everything from layout to cohesion to format to language to methods to targeting specific agencies, mechanisms, or journals. Data from FY Number of projects registered through the ORS Review Panel webpage, 9/25/14 (launch of panel) to 5/30/15: 43 Number of hours worked in support of registered projects:

23 II. ORS STATISTICAL AND RESEARCH SUPPORT CORE CRNS: Staff Oliwier Dziadkowiec, PhD CRNS Director Oli oversees the functions of the CRNS, supervising the research assistants and coordinating the activities of the computer laboratory. He assists with data analysis/interpretation and provides guidance to students and faculty in statistical/research design. Maria Butler, CRNS RA Goals: On AMC: Miscellany: Become a successful global health epidemiologist I appreciate the emphasis on multidisciplinary collaborations between the faculty, students, and all of the CU campuses. Enjoys snowboarding and soccer Chanmi Lee, CRNS RA Goals: On AMC: Miscellany: Become an FNP "I really love it here because people can see potential in me and bring it out, especially Dr. (Diane) Skiba and Dr. Oli (Dziadkowiec)." Enjoys classical music and playing cello Madeline Morris, CRNS RA Goals: On AMC: Miscellany: Continue education in epidemiology, studying genetics There are so many ways to continue learning by expanding on what s learned in the classroom. The professors are invested in their students futures and also active in guiding us. Enjoys snowboarding, camping, hiking, snowshoeing, climbing 23

24 II. ORS STATISTICAL AND RESEARCH SUPPORT CORE CRNS: Summary of FY14-15 Activities CRNS Mission/Key CRNS Functions The mission of the CRNS is to share scientific skills that promote research at the CON as well as provide our technical skills and expertise to the CCNR, with a focus on research methods and statistics.. Services offered by the CRNS include (a) consultation, (b) teaching support for methodology courses, (c) statistical analysis, (d) data entry, (e) peer review, (f) survey development and implementation, (g) educational programs for students, faculty, and nursing researchers in the community, and (h) maintenance of the college s research reference library, equipment, and computer lab. CRNS Mission, Part 1: Promoting CON Research CRNS Consultation Activities for College of Nursing Students and Faculty The CRNS Director (1 FTE) and the CRNS RAs (total of 1 FTE) provided a total of 444 consultations amounting to 796 hours of consultation time to College of Nursing faculty and students between May 1, 2014 and June 30, Consultations included analysis plan creation, grant submission assistance (Methods section and responses to reviewer comments), cleaning and screening data, data restructuring, statistical analysis, data management, transcription, peer review, proof reading, review of DNP and PhD methods and analysis, results interpretation, final report preparation, outside presentations (e.g., Ask a Statistician booth at the EBP Conference), power analysis, database design, online survey construction and administration, one on-one SPSS tutorials, WIN poster submission assistance, and student classroom-project assistance. CRNS CON-related consultation activities fall into 3 categories: 1. DNP capstone project consultations 2. PhD dissertation project consultations 3. Faculty research project consultations In FY14-15, CRNS provided a wider variety of services than in FY In FY14-15, CRNS provided more total consultations and consultation hours than in FY13-14 (Table 1). Table 1. Faculty and Student Appointments, Total, FY13-14 v. FY14-15 FY13-14 FY14-15 Total Change % Change Total Consultations % Total Consultation Hours % 24

25 II. ORS STATISTICAL AND RESEARCH SUPPORT CORE CRNS: Summary of FY14-15 Activities CRNS Mission, Part 1, Continued: Promoting CON Research Breaking CON research-promotion activities into categories: DNP capstone project support (Table 2), PhD dissertation project support (Table 3), and faculty research project support (Table 4) Table 2. DNP Capstone Project Support, FY13-14 v. FY14-15 FY13-14 FY14-15 Total Change Total Consultations Total Consultation Hours Longest Consultation 4 hours 4 hours 0 Shortest Consultation 20 min 10 min -10 Table 3. PhD Dissertation Project Support, FY13-14 v. FY14-15 FY13-14 FY14-15 Total Change Total Consultations Total Consultation Hours Longest Consultation 6 hours 4 hours -2 Shortest Consultation 25 min 30 min 5 Table 4. Faculty Research Project Support, FY13-14 v. FY14-15 FY13-14 FY14-15 Total Change Total Consultations Total Consultation hours Longest Consultation 7 hours 10 hours +3 Shortest Consultation 15 min 20 min +5 25

26 II. ORS STATISTICAL AND RESEARCH SUPPORT CORE CRNS: Summary of FY14-15 Activities CRNS Mission, Part 1, Continued: Promoting CON Research CRNS papers and presentations, FY14-15 Published Peer-reviewed Manuscripts Dziadkowiec, O., Wituk, S., & Franklin, D. (2015). A social network analysis of South Central Kansas Workforce Innovations in Regional Economic Development. Journal of Place Management and Development, 8(1), Dziadkowiec, O., Cook, P., & Fink, R. M. (2014). Research instrument and survey development: Reliability, validity, and measurement issues. In R. M. Fink, K. S. Oman, & M. B. F. Makic (Eds.), Research & Evidence-based Practice Manual, 3rd Edition. Aurora, CO: University of Colorado Hospital. Lee, K. A., Dziadkowiec, O., & Meek, P. (2014). A systems science approach to fatigue management in research and health care. Nursing Outlook, 62(5), Poster and Podium Presentations Dziadkowiec O., Callahan, T., & Ozkaynak, M. (2015). Using Markov Models to examine asthma patient flow in an ED, The Western Institute of Nursing's 48th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Albuquerque, NM, Apr (Poster). Ozkaynak, M., Dziadkowiec, O., Deakyne, S., & Tham, E. (2014). Differences in occurrence and recorded times of care delivery events as documented in electronic health records. AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium, Nov 15-19, Washington, DC (Poster). Ozkaynak M., Ayer T., Sills, M., Vlachy, J., & Dziadkowiec, O. (2015). Combining visualization and Markov Models to characterize workflow in emergency departments, IIE 2015 Annual Conference & Expo, Nashville, TN, May 30 t Jun 2 (Podium). Ozkaynak, M., Willer, J., Dziadkowiec, O., Callahan, T., & Zane R. (2015) Transforming triage: Findings from redesigning workflow in an ED. IIE 2015 Annual Conference & Expo, Nashville, TN, May 30 Jun 2 (Podium). Rothman, K., Neu, M., Callahan, T., & Dziadkowiec. O. (2015). Early ambulation in the pediatric postoperative appendectomy patient. The Western Institute of Nursing's 48th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Albuquerque, NM, Apr (Podium). Manuals Dziadkowiec, O., Cook, P., & Fink, R. M. (2015). Research instrument and survey development: Reliability, validity, and measurement issues. Research & Evidence-Based Practice Manual, 131. Invention/Discovery (pending) Reeder, B., Dziadkowiec, O., & Callahan T. An overhead sensing approach to identify unique individuals and measure gait speed. 26

27 II. ORS STATISTICAL AND RESEARCH SUPPORT CORE CRNS: Summary of FY14-15 Activities CRNS Mission, Part 2: Providing Technical Skills and Expertise to the CCNR CRNS Participation in the Colorado Collaborative for Nursing Research (CCNR) CRNS director Dr. Oliwier Dziadkowiec has been serving as the main analyst for CCNR external stakeholders, in particular, University of Colorado Hospital and Children s Hospital Colorado. He has also been collaborating with the signature CCNR initiatives: the CU Nursing Informatics and Collaborative E-Health (NICE) Research Core and the CU Patient-Initiated Data (CUPID) project. In FY14-15, CRNS provided more total consultations and consultation hours than in FY13-14 (Table 5). Table 5. CRNS Technical Skill and Expertise Provision to CCNR, FY13-14 v. FY14-15 FY FY Total Change % Change Total Consultations % Total Consultation Hours % Shortest Consultation 15 minutes 25 minutes +10 n/a Longest Consultation 8 hours 3 hours -5 n/a II. CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND NURSING SCHOLARSHIP From CNR to CRNS, 8/25/14 Converting the Center for Nursing Research into the Center for Research and Nursing Scholarship (CRNS) acknowledges that not all research conducted through ORS is nursing research there is also research in pedagogical theory, public health, and more. Insertion of the word Scholarship into the CRNS name serves the same purpose: it recognizes that valuable academic work comes in variegated forms. And CRNS Director Oliwier Dziadkowiec is always working to make Room 4224 a more inviting gathering place, where ideas can collide and partnerships can form. 27

28 II. ORS STATISTICAL AND RESEARCH SUPPORT CORE CRNS: FY14-15 Accomplishments Overall, CRNS has been used more in FY14-15 than FY13-14 (Table 1). Highlights once again include the large number of DNP students and PhD students supported in QI projects and dissertation projects. Additionally, the CRNS director and CRNS RAs have developed more long-lasting partnerships with faculty through repeat consultations and manuscript/presentation co-authorship. CRNS has also become more involved in Colorado Collaborative for Nursing Research (CCNR) projects, where the CRNS director is assisting with statistical analysis and the setup of federated data systems/databases. Last year s CRNS annual report identified three major challenges: (a) RA staffing, (b) DNP project support, and (c) keeping up with new statistical methods through continuing education. The following paragraphs capture the accomplishments CRNS has made in addressing those challenges. ColoradoSPH Connect. In order more efficiently to recruit research assistants from the Colorado School of Public Health, CRNS has established an employer profile on the ColoradoSPH Connect website. ColoradoSPH Connect is the centralized hub for all job, practicum, internship, and volunteer postings. This allows CRNS job postings to be viewed by all interested CSPH graduate students, which has helped in maintaining a larger applicant pool and hiring higher quality RAs. New DNP Project Guidelines. In an effort to improve the quality of the DNP consultations, CRNS staff has created a set of guidelines for using statistical tests, power analyses, and Microsoft Excel (to create control charts for analysis). In collaboration with Drs. Cook and Nelson, Dr. Dziadkowiec has helped to create a new set of instructions for DNP related analysis, which includes the use of an expanded number of Run/ Control chart methods. Missing and Dirty EHR Data Research. The past year s work with data from electronic health records (EHR) has helped the CRNS director in starting a research area dedicated to dealing with missing and dirty data extracted from the EHR. Along with his colleagues from the CU School of Medicine and University of Iowa, Dr. Dziadkowiec has pursued PCORI funding, aiming to develop new statistical software and framework for dealing with missing and dirty EHR data. The first product of this work is a manuscript under review in egems, an open source journal from Academy Health. New CRNS-related Manuscripts. In addition to two new peer-reviewed published manuscripts, the CRNS director and a former CRNS RA have co-authored 6 manuscripts currently under review. These manuscripts are based on projects undertaken in FY13-14 with CCNR hospital partners and CON faculty members. New RA Time Tracking System Improvements. We have made improvements to our time-tracking system in order to be able to track a larger number of work-associated variables. The major changes include a drop-down task menu and an invoice/charging system. The task menu allows us to track more consistently the type of work we do, and the invoice/charging system allows us to keep track of our fee-for-service work through one software application, which makes our financial tracking more reliable and organized. 28

29 II. ORS STATISTICAL AND RESEARCH SUPPORT CORE CRNS: FY15-16 Challenges and Opportunities FY15-16 Challenges Staffing. As in the previous two years, maintaining RA staffing is an ongoing challenge for the CRNS. We have made great strides in training and recruiting new RAs, but due to high natural turnover of our RAs (as they graduate) and an increasing number of consultation requests, it has become difficult to find the required amount of time to fully train new RAs. This has been especially difficult as consultation requests are becoming more statistically complex and require a higher time commitment. Keeping up with New Statistical Methods through Continuing Education. As the CON evolves and new statistical methods become necessary to analyze EHR-embedded Big Data, the CRNS Director and CRNS RAs will need to find time to learn new statistical techniques in order to meet the more statistically demanding requests from our faculty and hospital partners. FY15-16 Opportunities Expansion of CRNS Services. As CCNR moves closer to realizing its mission, CRNS will likely expand the volume and complexity of services. Improving RA training and securing funding for another part-time statistician will be important. Statistical Training Seminar Series. We will launch in Fall 2015/Spring 2016 a statistical training series, and we will also provide opportunities for CON colleagues to present their research and scholarship at CRNS. We hope that this will provide a forum for idea generation, networking, and collaboration. Additional CRNS Scholarship. With our expanded training plans, we hope to contribute to a larger number of funded CON grants and high quality peer-reviewed manuscripts and presentations. 29

30 III. COLORADO COLLABORATIVE FOR NURSING RESEARCH (CCNR) CCNR Overview 31 CCNR Scholarship 32 CCNR Summit 33 CCNR Projects 37 CCNR Outreach 38 30

31 III. CCNR Overview The Future of Health Care and the Future of Nursing Because the future of the US healthcare system will be written in the electronic health record (EHR), if nurses today acquiesce to being represented simply as box checkers in EHR if nurses accept this non-substantive, not-representative-of-nursing presence in the EHR they consign themselves to eventual obsolescence. After all, automated systems already can assign tasks, provide instructions, and record data. Robots can check boxes. So to remain relevant and viable, today s nurses must find their voice in the language of the healthcare future: data. And to be compelling in that language, today s nurses must produce and use data that isolate and capture the high impact of quality nursing on patient outcomes. And these data must appear in the germinal record of the evolving future of healthcare: the EHR. In short, quantifying nursing care in discrete data metrics and then integrating those nursing care metrics into the EHR constitute an existential necessity for the nursing profession. 31 The Colorado Collaborative for Nursing Research The Colorado Collaborative for Nursing Research (CCNR) is addressing nursing s need for nursing-centered data. The objective of the CCNR is to champion nursing by (a) extracting nursing-specific data from the proprietary EHR systems of multiple stakeholders; (b) importing, harmonizing, and processing those data; and (c) returning high-quality nursing-centered analytics to acute care facilities in near-real-time to inform the decisions and best practices of nurse leaders and nurse clinicians. The CCNR has a three-arm structure: (1) a forum where nurse scientists and nurse clinicians can share fresh perspectives and leverage their collective weight in contributing to broader healthcare conversations; (2) a support services arm where nurse scientists can get modeling, statistical, data-management, and writing help in promotion of their nursing visions/projects; and significantly, (3) a first-of-its-kind, multi-system, nursingfocused, federated data-sharing network.

32 III. CCNR FY14-15 Scholarship CCNR Publication: The Colorado Collaborative for Nursing Research: Nurses shaping nursing s future appeared in the March/April 2015 issue of Nursing Outlook. CCNR Symposium, WIN Conference 2015: Colorado Collaborative for Nursing Research: Nurses, Trailblazers, Pioneers was the title of the WIN symposium presented by Karen Sousa, Kathy Oman, CU CON alum Cindy Oster, Blaine Reeder, Mustafa Ozkaynak, and John Welton. 32

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