Lynette Gibson’s Scholarly Pursuits

April 7, 2011 at 12:13 pm

Harris, D., and Gibson, L. “Breast Cancer Fear, Fatalism, and Spirituality in African-American Women,” USC Upstate Undergraduate Research Journal, 4, 39-42, 2011.

Gibson, L., and Legrand, H. “Social Networking as a Means of Community-Based Participatory Recruitment of African American women,” 2011 Southern Nursing Research Society Conference, 2011.

Gibson, L., and Humbert, C. “The Effect of the ‘Save Our Breasts’ Forum on Breast Cancer Beliefs, Fear, and Fatalism in African-American Women,” 2011 Oncology Nursing Society Biennial Research Conference, February 2011.

Bethel, S., Seitz, S., Osika-Landreth, C., Gibson, L., and Whitcomb, J. “Energize Research the Delphi Way and Get Staff Involved,” 11th Annual Research Conference: Translating Research into Practice, Greenville, SC, 2011.

Prince, L., Dessalines, M., and Gibson, L. “Assessment of Domestic Violence:An Evidence-Based Nursing Project,” 11th Annual Research Conference: Translating Research into Practice, Greenville, SC, 2011.

Rogers, D., McKinney, J., and Gibson, L. “Hourly Rounding: An Evidence-Based Project,” 11th Annual Research Conference: Translating Research into Practice, Greenville, SC, 2011.

Gibson, L. “Daisy Award for Excellence in Research,” awarded by Mary Black School of Nursing and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing National Recognition Program for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty, 2011.

Humbert, C. and Gibson, L. “Culturally Appropriate Interventions to Promote Mammography Screening in African-American Women,” Presented at the Eighth Annual Research Symposium: ‘Be a Research Survivor’: Strategies, Challenges and Rewards, Greenville, South Carolina, September 2010.

Gibson, L. “Searching the Literature: Quantitative vs. Qualitative Research Methods,” Presented at the Eighth Annual Research Symposium, ‘Be a Research Survivor’: Strategies, Challenges and Rewards, Greenville, South Carolina, September 2010.

Humbert, C. and Gibson, L. “Mammography screening intention by African American women,” Presented at the Sigma Theta Tau International Meeting, Mu Rho Chapter, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 2010.

Gibson, L. “The ‘Save Our Breasts’ Program: Changes in African American Women’s Breast Cancer Beliefs & Mammography Screening Intention,” Palmetto Medical, Dental, & Pharmaceutical Association Annual Meeting, Columbia, South Carolina, 2010.

Gibson, L. “Preface 2010: Medical Research and Vulnerable Populations,” The U.S. Public Health Service Study at Tuskegee, 2010.

Legrand, H. and Gibson, L. “Community-Based Participatory Recruitment Methods for African-American Women,” USC Upstate Undergraduate Research Journal, 3, 61-64, Fall 2010.

Gibson, L. and Crystal, H. “Breast Cancer Beliefs and Mammography Screening Intention In African American Women,” SC Research Foundation (SCRF), Grant, $2,981.

Gibson, L. “South Carolina Cancer Alliance – Women of Worth Upstate Conference,” South Carolina Cancer Alliance, Grant, $625.

Darlene Amendolair’s Scholarly Pursuits

April 7, 2011 at 12:04 pm

Smith, S. T., Amendolair, D., and Talley, C. “Using 3-D Multi-User Virtual, Environment Technology to Support Nursing Education,” Poster presented Southern SREB Council on Collegiate Education for Nursing 2011, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2011.

Smith, S. T., Amendolair, D., and Talley, C. “The Use of Virtual
Reality in Nursing Education,” Poster presented at the Emerging
Technology in Nursing Education Conference, San Francisco, CA, July
2011.

Smith, S. T., Amendolair, D., and Talley, C. “Multi-User Virtual Environment: A New Frontier for Nursing Education,” Sigma Theta Tau, Mu Rho Chapter, Awarded June 2011, $500.

Amendolair, D., and Smith, S. T. ITEIDA, University Center of Greenville, Grant, $4,000, June 2011.

Amendolair, D. Mary Black School of Nursing Endowment Grant, $9,000, May 2011.

Smith, S. T., Amendolair, D., and Talley, C. “Multi-User Virtual Environment: A New Frontier for Nursing Education,” Investigator/Developer of the multi-user virtual environment and development and testing of the effectiveness of MUVE in Nursing
Education, $3,900, University Center Greenville, March 2011 – April 2012.

Smith, S. T., Amendolair, D., and Talley, C. “Developing a Health Care Delivery System (Hospital) by application of Virtual World,” Coinvestigator/Developer of the multi-user virtual environment, March 2010 – April 2011, $5,000.

Smith, S. T., Amendolair, D., and Talley, C. “ MUVE – A New Frontier for Nursing,” Poster presented at the 11th Annual Nurse Educator Symposium, Branson, MO, March 2011.

Amendolair, D. “Care Model: Putting Research into Practice,” Keynote Speaker, 9th Annual Research Symposium: Translating Research into Practice, Greenville, SC, 2011.

Amendolair, D. “Care Model: Research to Practice,” Poster presented at the 8th Annual SC Nursing Excellence Conference, Columbia, SC, 2011. (2nd place award)

Amendolair, D. “Evidence Based Nursing Practice,” Presented at the Nursing Workshop, Mary Black Hospital, 2011.

Amendolair, D. “Care Model: Putting Research into Practice, ”Presented at the International Association of Human Caring, June 5-7, 2010.