The review process for the recipients of the 2021 Dean's Rapid Response Research (R3) grants and the PhD Student Research Awards has been completed. Congratulations to the following applicants for their exciting research projects!
R3 Grant Recipients:
Jessica Chou (PI), Dave Bennett (Co-I) and Barbara Schindler (Co-I)
Project title: The Role of Stigma and Family Functioning in Women’s Adherence to Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)
Karen Goldschmidt (PI), Mary Kay Maley (Co-I), Dana Kemery (Co-I), Genny Kavanagh (Co-I) and Lesli Calimer (Co-I)
Project title: The Evaluation of the Effectiveness of an ADN-BSN Concurrent Enrollment Program in Pennsylvania (PA)
Jennifer Nasser (PI) and Michael Bruneau (Co-I)
Project title: Using a Classical Conditioning Paradigm to Promote “Fidgeting” a Form of Habitual Physical Activity
Minjung Shim (PI), Arun Ramakrishnan (Co-I), Justine Sefcik (Co-I), Natasha Levitas (Co-I) and Michael Stauffer (Co-I)
Project title: Feasibility and Acceptability of Virtual Reality-based Mindful Movement Therapy for Improving Cognitive Function, Psychological wellbeing, and Physical Activity
Denise Way (PI), Roseann Regan (Co-I) and Linda Wilson (Co-I)
Project title: Examining the Effect of Standardized Patient Simulation on Transcultural Self Efficacy in Undergraduate Nursing Students
PhD Student Research Award Recipients:
Kevin Aubol (PI) and Clare Milner (Co-I)
Project Title:Running surface, ground contact time, and Achilles tendon forces during running.
Amira Clemens (PI) and Loretta Sweet Jemmott (Co-I)
Project Title: Social support and the transitions out of foster care: Implications for mental health and homelessness
Carrie Cottone (PI), Kim Smith-Whitley (Co-I), Helge Hartung (Site PI) and Joke Bradt (Co-I)
Project Title: Investigating Clinical Practices of Medical Art Therapists Working with Children and Adolescents Diagnosed with Sickle Cell Disease
Cynthia Klobodu (PI), Brandy-Joe Milliron (Co-I) and Jonathan Deutsch (Co-I)
Project Title: Exploring the feasibility of incorporating nutrition-related lifestyle guidance into fertility counseling and treatment for female cancer survivors)
Clarissa Lacson (PI) and Joke Bradt (Co-I)
Project Title:Interdisciplinary Collaboration between Pediatric Music Therapists and Multidisciplinary Team Members in Hospitals: An Explanatory Mixed Methods Study
Reema Shubaily (PI), Lisa Chiarello (Co-I), Robert Palisano (Co-I), Joke Bradt (Co-I), Lamya AlAbdulkarim (Co-I) and Gillian King (Co-I)
Project Title: Investigating Collaborative Goal-Setting in Out-Patient Pediatric Physical Therapy: A Mixed Methods Study
Dahlia Stott (PI), Brandy-Joe Milliron, (Co-I) and Jonathan Deutsch (Co-I)
Project Title: Nature Rx: Exploring the Relationship among Nature Relatedness, Nature-Based Experiences, and Dietary Quality
These year-long projects are expected to lead to presentations, publications and/or grant submissions, and the teams will also produce a final report and presentation, which the CNHP community will be invited to view. We look forward to sharing project updates later in the year.
There will be a second call for proposals for the Dean's R3 grants and PhD Student Awards in January 2022, so stay tuned!