Lienhard faculty, staff, and alumni present at ENRS

This year's ENRS (Eastern Nursing Research Society) conference focused on Nursing Science: Bridging Research and Health.

Pace students, faculty, and alumni presented on a variety of research.  For example,

  • Professor Carol Roye presented "A Comparison of HIV-Positive and Negative Black and Latina Women Living In HIV-Dense Neighborhoods"  along with Barbara DiCicco-Bloom from City University of New York
  • Anesha Narain, a student in the RN-4 program presented "Use of Lavender Aromatherapy in Freshman Nursing Students to Decrease Test Anxiety"
  • Angela Mercedes, Precillia Fairman, Lisa Hogan, Rexi Thomas presented “The Effectiveness of Structured Multidisciplinary Rounding in Acute Care Units on Length of Stay and Satisfaction of Patient and Staff: A Systematic Review”  
  • Fatema Sadeque-Iqbal, Helen Walter, Rose Ulysse, Doreen Castillo, and Joanne Singleton presented “The Effectiveness of School-Based Family Asthma Educational Programs on the Quality of Life and Number of Asthma Exacerbations of Children Five to 18 Years with a Diagnosis of Asthma: A Systematic Review”
  • Jason Slyer and Marie Truglio-Londrigan presented “Shared Decision-Making for Research, Practice, and Education: An Integrative Review”
  • Kyeongra Yang, Lucille Ferrara, Elsy Rivera, Keville Frederickson presented “The Experiences of Patients with T2DM not Meeting Diabetes Care Goals: Understanding Patient Complexity”
  • Carol Roye (along with Jane Champion from the University of Texas at Austin) presented “Understanding the Health Needs of Dominican Adolescents”
  • Paule Joseph, a Lienhard alumna who now works for the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) presented “Determinants of Quality of Life in Patients with Chronic Abdominal Pain” with Onyinyechi Ozoji, National Institute of Nursing Research; LeeAnne Sherwin, Sinclair School of Nursing, University of Missouri; Nicolaas Fourie, NINR; Sarah Abey, NINR