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Johns Hopkins Well Represented at This Year’s Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS) Conference


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Posted: 3/21/2003

Johns Hopkins was particularly well represented at this year’s Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS) 17th Annual Conference held in Orlando, Florida in February. Those from the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing presenting included faculty members, research staff members, students, and alumni.

Posters and oral presentations from the conference are listed below. Participants from the School of Nursing are in bold print. These presentations may be viewed by clicking on the links below. They also will be displayed on the first floor of the SON building beginning next week.

  • “Coping Strategies of African-American Women with Breast Cancer” (Phyllis D. Henderson)

  • “Dating Norms and the Acceptability of Dating Violence: Are There Differences Among Middle School Boys and Girls?” (Nina Fredland, Jackie Campbell, Izabel Ricardo, Phyllis Sharps, Benita Walton-Moss, Joan Kub, Lisa Kelley, Michael Yonas, Tania Araya, Karen Kemp)

  • “Discounting Ourselves: A qualitative analysis of abused women’s decision-making about sexually transmitted disease prevention and other health behaviors” (Kathryn Laughon)

  • “Hope and Terminal Illness” (Diane Aschenbrenner)

  • “Impact of Soy on Menopausal Symptoms” (Susan Appling, Kathleen Kelly, Jerilyn Allen)

  • “Managing Exposures: A process of coping with AIDS-related multiple deaths” (R. Kevin Mallinson)

  • “Methods Related to Physical Activity Interventions in Chronic Illness: Use of a pedometer to increase physical activity in older adults with osteoarthritis of the knee” (Laura Talbot, Jean Gaines, E. Jeffrey Metter)

  • “Nurse Case Management of Hypercholesterolemia is Cost-effective” (Jerilyn K. Allen, Kathleen Kelly, Roger S. Blumenthal, Simeon Margolis, Deborah R. Young, Carol Curtis, Amy Lavis)

  • “Predictors of Depression in African-American & White Women Eligible for Cardiac Rehabilitation” (Keren B. Jabaji, Lisa Benz Scott, Deborah R. Young, Kerry Stewart, Carol Curtis, Amy Lavis, Jerilyn K. Allen)

  • “Use of a quant-QUAL design to facilitate strategic sampling in a grounded theory study” (R. Kevin Mallinson)

  • “Crouching Professor, Hidden Peer Evaluator” (Phyllis Naumann, Susan Appling, Ronald Berk).

SNRS (www.snrs.org) was founded in 1986 and advances nursing research in the southern region of the United States. More than 400 nurse researchers attend its annual conferences.