More About Research on Symptom Science & Palliative Care
Kris Kwekkeboom, PhD, RN, FAAN was awarded a Palliative and Supportive Care pilot grant to support the study entitled, Rural Cancer Patients’ Symptom Self-Management Information Sources and Evaluation of a Web-based Self-Management Intervention.
Wan-chin Kuo, PhD, RN was awarded a School of Nursing Research and Scholarship Committee grant to support the project entitled, Cardiorespiratory disparities in truck drivers: The role of behavior environmental interactions.
Drs. Wan-chin Kuo and Tony Mcdonald (co-PI, Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering) were awarded a pilot grant to support the study Environmental Determinants of Premature Aging in Transportation and Construction Workforce.
For Assistant Professors Anne Ersig and Kitty Montgomery, pediatric palliative care and symptom science drive their innovative research.
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Symptom & Self-Management Science Research Interest Group
Nurse scientists lead inquiry into the influence of biopsychosocial factors on symptoms and illness self-management, which provides essential knowledge for precision health, ensuring appropriate and effective health care for all. The group is open to any faculty members or students who are interested in gaining expertise in symptom and self-management science, including the use of biomarkers and genomic data in nursing research.