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Increased use of mobile technology at the heart of $10,000 RCMAR Pilot Grant

AMNP was the best route because he already had a bachelor’s and master’s in athletic training and didn’t want to go back to school for another two or three years to get a bachelor’s degree in nursing
Cites unique specialty, affordability, outstanding faculty as reasons for pursuing two doctoral degrees
Three nurse-managed clinics provide care for those with diabetes and heart failure, and Veterans with mental health needs
Award given to an early career scientist who is focusing on minority aging and health disparities in the African-American population

Recognized for demonstrating innovative, sustained relationship and for demonstrating positive, measurable outcomes
Has been Board of Trustee member since 2013
Exploring the neurocognitive, inflammatory and cardiometabolic effects of a ketogenic diet in medically stable, older persons living with HIV who have mild to moderate neurocognitive impairment

Pilot study is using telemedicine to provide mental health counseling to women who cannot readily access mental health care
Swiger's work was inspired by the teamwork she saw when she was in Baghdad, Iraq, as part of a Deployed Combat Casualty Research Team
Their talk "Cognition and Vigilance in Shift-Working Nurses," is an offshoot of their collaborative research into staffing night shifts with workers who are genetically best suited to work during the overnight hours
Internationally renowned UAB School of Nursing dementia expert Dr. Rita Jablonski-Jaudon offers tips to make holidays enjoyable for both patients and families

Earned both MSN and PhD from UAB; Primary responsibilities relate to the coordination of the program


Program of research in HIV, past contributions to JANAC led to selection
School teams with local health systems for unique Breast Cancer Survivorship Rehabilitation Initiative
The two are among 46 nurses around the country to receive a prestigious Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Nursing Scholars program award this year
Holiday celebrations can be overwhelming for those with memory loss but dementia-care expert Rita Jablonski-Jaudon is presenting tips on creating dementia-friendly family holidays
Internationally known as an innovative pioneer, leader and scientist for high-impact research in pain management and palliative care
Assistant Professor Ann Gakumo has received national recognition for her efforts to improve health literacy. Read the UAB Magazine story on her vast impact in the community.
Dheeraj Raju earns The Science Unbound Foundation Best Paper Award in the area of general statistics
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