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Coug Nurse Scholarly Review – December 2016

Research News

New study to investigate role of sleep in chronic pain

Marian Wilson
By Judith Van Dongen, WSU Spokane
SPOKANE, Wash. – Washington State University will lead a study to understand the relationship between sleep and chronic pain, part of a nationwide effort to address the rising abuse of opioid pain relievers and expand the arsenal of non-drug treatment options.

“Physicians are being pressured to stop prescribing so many opioids,” said Marian Wilson, assistant professor in the WSU College of Nursing and lead investigator on the study. New prescription guidelines issued this year … » More …

Coug Nurse Scholarly Review – November 2016

Research Office

Coug Nurse Scholarly Review is WSU College of Nursing’s newsletter covering faculty research and efforts to improve health and healthcare through scholarly inquiry and investigation.

What’s New in Grants?

Awarded

Four new awards were received by College of Nursing and Nursing/Community Health investigators totaling $643,238 in funding:

Sterling McPherson, John Roll, Celestina Barbosa-Leiker, Clinical Trials Network: Pacific Northwest Node, University of Washington.

Martin Schiavenato, Subhanshu Gupta, Developing a Multidimensional Pain Detection Device for Infants: Human Demonstration Phase, M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust.

Cindy Corbett, … » More …

Coug Nurse Scholarly Review – October 2016

Research Office

Coug Nurse Scholarly Review is WSU College of Nursing’s newsletter covering faculty research and efforts to improve health and healthcare through scholarly inquiry and investigation.

What’s New in Grants?

The College of Nursing and Nursing/Community Health investigators, in either the PI role or Co-I role, submitted seven new proposals in September, totaling $897,335 in requested funds:

PI: Julie Postma. The Impact of Electronic Self-Management Tools on Caregiver Portal Usage and Child Asthma Outcomes. MultiCare Institute for Research & Innovation. $39,906.

PI: Stephen James, Co-I: … » More …

Coug Nurse Scholarly Review – September 2016

Research Office

Coug Nurse Scholarly Review is WSU College of Nursing’s newsletter covering faculty research and efforts to improve health and healthcare through scholarly inquiry and investigation.

What’s New in Grants?

The College of Nursing and Nursing/Community Health investigators, in either the PI role or Co-I role, submitted three new proposals in August, totaling $2,353,890 in requested funds:

PI: Sterling McPherson, Co-Is: Celestina Barbosa-Leiker, Matt Layton, Mike McDonell, John Roll, Kawkab Shishani. Behavioral Pharmacotherapeutic Treatment for Alcohol and Tobacco Coaddiction. NIH. $2,290,684.

PI: Lonnie Nelson, Co-I: Dedra … » More …

Coug Nurse Scholarly Review – August 2016

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Coug Nurse Scholarly Review is WSU College of Nursing’s newsletter covering faculty research and efforts to improve health and healthcare through scholarly inquiry and investigation.

What’s New in Grants?

WSU College of Nursing investigators (in either the PI or Co-I role) submitted four new proposals in July totaling $740,184 of requested funds:

PI: Shannon Panther, Co-Is: Karen Colorafi, Kimberly McKeirnan. Utilizing Academic Detailing to Improve Pharmacy Personnel Knowledge of ACIP Adult Pneumococcal Immunization Guidelines. Pfizer, Inc. $250,000

PI: Hans Van Dongen, Co-Is: Devon … » More …

Coug Nurse Scholarly Review – July 2016

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What’s New in Grants?

The College of Nursing had nine new proposals submitted in June for a total of $4,062,327 in requested funding.  Eight proposals were submitted in Spokane and one in Vancouver.

The Research Office is here to help you with your submission. If you will be a co-investigator on a proposal with someone in another department/college, please let Kathy Bridwell in the Nursing Research Office know. Also be sure that Kathy and Brett Oglesbee are on the eREX … » More …

Coug Nurse Scholarly Review – June 2016

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What’s New in Grants?

College of Nursing had nine new proposals submitted in May.  Five proposals were submitted in Spokane and four in Vancouver.

If you will be a co-investigator on a proposal with someone in another department/college, please let Kathy Bridwell in the Nursing Research Office know. Also be sure that Kathy and Brett Oglesbee are on the eREX as department contacts, and Tamara Odom-Maryon is on the eREX as the college approver.

The Research Office is here to help … » More …

Coug Nurse Scholarly Review – May 2016

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What’s New in Grants?

WSU College of Nursing had nine new proposals submitted in April.  Six proposals were submitted in Spokane, two in Vancouver, and one in Yakima. Three of these proposals were for internal funding.

If you will be a co-investigator on a proposal with someone in another department/college, please let Kathy Bridwell in the Nursing Research Office know. Also be sure that Kathy and Brett Oglesbee are on the eREX as department contacts, and Tamara Odom-Maryon is on the … » More …

Coug Nurse Scholarly Review – April 2016

Marian Wilson

What’s New in Grants?

Six new proposals were submitted in March for a total of $2,079,407 in requested funding. Spokane and Vancouver submitted three proposals each.

The Research Office is here to help you with your submission. Let us know as soon as you decide to apply as we can help you explore funding opportunities and set up regular meetings to support your submission. Contact Kathy Bridwell for more information.

Congratulations!

Ruth Bryant placed second in the 3 minute … » More …