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    • Inner Strength Questionnaire 

      Roux, Gayle M.; Dingley, Catherine E. PhD RN FNP (2009)
      Abstract This instrument, the Inner Strength Questionnaire (ISQ), was developed through extensive qualitative and quantitative research on the phenomena of inner strength in women living with chronic health conditions. ...
    • “Partnering with seniors for better health”: Computer use and internet health information retrieval among older adults in a low socioeconomic community 

      Chu, Adeline; Huber, Jeffrey; Mastel-Smith, Beth; Cesario, Sandra (Journal of the Medical Library Association : JMLA, 2009)
      Purpose: This health communication project measured the psychosocial influences of computer anxiety, computer confidence, and computer self-efficacy in older adults at six meal congregate sites. The adults completed a ...
    • Characteristics of immigrant abused women who apply for legal status 

      Nava, Angeles; McFarlane, Judith M.; Maddoux, John; Montalvo-Liendo, Nora; Gilroy, Heidi; Cesario, Sandra (2014-04-04)
      Background: Intimate partner violence and undocumented migration are social and health global issues affecting the wellbeing of women.
    • Problem-Solving and Mental Health Outcomes of Women and Children in the Wake of Intimate Partner Violence 

      Maddoux, John; Symes, Lene; McFarlane, Judith M.; Koci, Anne; Gilroy, Heidi; Fredland, Nina (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2014-11-11)
      The environmental stress of intimate partner violence is common and often results in mental health problems of depression, anxiety, and PTSD for women and behavioral dysfunctions for their children. Problem-solving skills ...
    • Caring for Women who have Undergone Genital Cutting/ Circumcision 

      Scott-Tilley, Donna (Nursing for Women's Health, 2015)
      Female circumcision and genital cutting (FGC), commonly called female genital mutilation (FGM) affects millions of women but is poorly understood by many health care providers. FGM procedures intentionally alter the female ...
    • A Randomized Trial of Bereavement Intervention for Pregnancy Loss 

      Johnson, Olinda; Langford, Rae (Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing, 2015-03)
      Objective: To examine the effects of a secondary bereavement intervention on grieving in women who experienced a miscarriage (pregnancy loss) at 12–20 weeks gestation. Design: Experimental, posttest only, control group ...
    • Facilitating the Experience of Viewing Self in a Mirror after Limb Amputation 

      Freysteinson, Wyona M.; Douglas, Denika,; Thomas, Lisa; Sebastian-Deutsch, Amy; Bowyer, Patricia (Texas Woman's University, 2015-03-17)
      Identify the study background, focus and methods. Reflect on the findings from this qualitative study data analysis. Synthesize from the discussion points, the applicability and probability of use of the findings, ...
    • A mirror intervention for the postmastectomy mirror experience 

      Freysteinson, Wyona M. (International Journal of Women’s Health and Reproduction Sciences, 2015-10)
      Through my research, I have come to understand that women who have undergone a significant body change due to trauma, surgery, or disease find viewing their bodies in a mirror is an emotionally charged, distressing experience. ...
    • Concurrent medical conditions in autism spectrum disorders 

      Celia, Tania; Freysteinson, Wyona M.; Frye, Richard E. (Pediatric Nursing, 2016)
      Long thought to be purely psychological in origin, current research lends credence to the idea that autism has a medical basis. Patients with autism can be among the most challenging patients that a healthcare provider ...
    • A Study of the Amputee Experience of Viewing Self in the Mirror 

      Freysteinson, Wyona M.; Thomas, Lisa; Sebastian-Deutsch, Amy; Douglas, Denika; Melton, Danielle; Celia, Tania; Reeves, Kristin; Bowyer, Patricia (Wiley Periodicals, Inc. on behalf of Association of Rehabilitation Nurses., 2016-02-16)
      Purpose: To describe the trajectory of viewing self in a mirror after an amputation and participants’ perceptions of what health care professionals should know about mirrors. Design: Hermeneutic phenomenology Methods: ...
    • A Risk Assessment Tool to Predict Sustained PTSD Symptoms Among Women Reporting Abuse 

      Symes, Lene; Maddoux, John; McFarlane, Judith M.; Pennings, Jacquelyn (Journal of Women's Health, 2016-04)
      Background: Nationally and worldwide, 30% or more of women are likely to have experienced intimate partner violence. Maternal mental health symptoms predict child function. When mothers have sustained posttraumatic stress ...
    • Perceived fertility control and pregnancy outcomes among abused women 

      Liu, Fuqin; McFarlane, Judith M.; Maddoux, John A.; Cesario, Sandra; Gilroy, Heidi; Nava, Angeles (Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing, 2016-07)
      Objective: To describe the degree of perceived fertility control and associated likelihood of unintended pregnancy and poor pregnancy outcomes among women who report intimate partner violence.
    • Instruments and Taxonomy of Workplace Bullying in Health Care Organizations 

      Park, Eun-Jun; Lee, Mikyoung; Park, Myungsook (Asian Nursing Research, 2017)
      Purpose: This study was aimed to evaluate the methodological issues and comprehensiveness of workplace bullying instruments and to suggest a taxonomy of psychological abuse. Methods: Nineteen instruments applied in health ...
    • Mirror Therapy: Can be this technique used on facial disfigurement? 

      Mendes, Jose Carlos da Silva; Freysteinson, Wyona M.; Gamboa, Raquel de Melo; Pereira, Vera (Revista E-Psi, 2017)
      Aim: In this literature review we aim to understand the importance of the mirror in the daily life of the individual and understand if the mirror can be used as a strategy, assessment and/or intervention in individuals ...
    • Interpreting nursing metatheory through Complexity Integration Nursing Theory: A scoping review 

      Van Sell, Sharon (Graphy Publications, 2017)
      Aim: The aim of the scoping review for the interpreting nursing metatheory study was to determine the presence or absence of metatheory in the nursing literature, to interpret nursing metatheory, and to determine if the ...
    • An accent modification program 

      Freysteinson, Wyona M.; Adams, Joshua; Cesario, Sandra; Belay, Hanna A.; Clutter, Paula; Du, Jinlan; Duson, Betty M.; Goff, Marilyn; McWilliams, Lenora; Nurse, Rachelle; Allam, Zoheb (Journal of Professional Nursing, 2017)
      Communication remains a key element in promoting patient safety and satisfaction. Healthcare organizations have focused on improving communication through technology and patient-centered care. One communication challenge ...
    • Comparing Intravenous Insertion Instructional Methods with Haptic Simulators 

      McWilliams, Lenora A.; Malecha, Ann (Nursing Research and Practice, 2017-01)
      Objective. The objective of this review was to compare traditional intravenous (IV) insertion instructional methods with the use of haptic IV simulators. Design. An integrative research design was used to analyze the ...
    • Interdependence: A Concept Analysis 

      Huth, Chelsea; Kelly, Beth; Van Sell, Sharon (International Journal of Nursing & Clinical Practices, 2017-04)
      Interdependence has been defined as more than one entity working together to accomplish a common objective. The purpose of this concept analysis featuring interdependence was to dissect the meaning of the word and apply ...
    • Maternal-Newborn Bonding Concept Analysis 

      Barker, Jayne; Daniels, Adrienne; Van Sell, Sharon (International Journal of Nursing & Clinical Practices, 2017-04)
      Maternal-newborn bonding is the complex process of attachment between a mother and newborn. The authors used the Walker and Avant methodology to conduct a concept analysis regarding maternalnewborn bonding as it relates ...
    • Universe: A Concept Analysis 

      Alvarado, Alma; Watson, Jennifer; Van Sell, Sharon (International Journal of Nursing & Clinical Practices, 2017-04)
      The concept of universe is a broad concept with limited analysis within nursing research and practice. The universe consists of everything that exists. The universe is all physical matter, including all the stars, planets, ...