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2020

  1. Blankenship, M.,Link, K., Henry, S., & Tinius, R. (2020). Patient and Provider Communication Regarding Exercise During Pregnancy in a Rural Setting. International Journal of Exercise Science, 13(3), 1228-1241.

  2. Branstetter, M., Garrett-Wright, D., & Padgett, B. (2020). Adverse childhood event: Missed opportunities by nurse practitioners to screen adult clients.  Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 58(3), 20-27. https://doi.org/10.3928/02793695-20191118-01

  3. Briggs, C., Lartey, G., & Eagle, S. (2020). Creating a safe space for nursing students’ spiritual reflection. Journal of Christian Nursing, 37(3), 170-175

  4. Delano, A, Abell, C. H., & Main, E (2020).  Nursing satisfaction and visitation policies within the adult intensive care unit.  Nursing Management, 51(2), 32-36.

  5. Garrett-Wright, D., Main, M. E., & Jones, M. S. (2020). Health care providers' understanding of health care beliefs and preferences in Anabaptist communities, The Journal of Plain Anabaptist Communities 1(1), 26 -37. http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/jpac.v1i1.7537

  6. Link, K.,Garrett-Wright, D., & Jones, M. S. (2020). The burden of farmer suicide on surviving family members: A qualitative study. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 41(1), 66-72. doi:10.1080/01612840.2019.1661048

  7. Main, M. E., Garrett-Wright, D., & Jones, M. S. (2020). A content analysis of health promotion topics selected by an old order Mennonite community. The Journal of Plain Anabaptist Communities 1(1), 26 -37. http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/jpac.v1i1.7548

  8. Maples, J., McCarley, C., Blankenship, M., Yoho, K., Johnson, P., Fortner, K., Tinius, R. (2020). Metabolic flexibility and weight status may contribute to inter-individual changes in breast milk lipid content in response to an acute bout of exercise: Preliminary findings from a pilot study. International Journal of Exercise Science, 13(2), 1756-1769.

  9. Moore, L., Abell, C. H., Harris, K., & Farrell, C. (2020). Registered nurses’ perceptions of engagement and communication in the workplace. The Journal of Nursing Administration50(12), 629-641.

  10. Tinius, R., Blankenship, M., Furgal, K., Case, W., Pearson, K., Rowland, N., Pearson, R., Hoover, D., Maples, J. (2020). Metabolic flexibility is impaired in women who are pregnant and overweight/obese and related insulin resistance and inflammation. Metabolism Clinical and Experimental. doi:10.1016/j.metabol.2020.154142

  11. Tinius, R., Edens, K., Link, K., Jones, M. S., Lyons, S., Rebelle, T., Pearson, K. J., & Maples, J. (2020). Effect of evidence-based materials and access to local resources on physical activity levels, beliefs, and motivation during pregnancy in a rural setting. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 17(10), 947-957. https://doi.org/10.1123/jpah.2019-0440

  12. Tinius, R., Nagpal, T., Edens, K., Duchette, C., Blankenship, M. (2020).Exploring Beliefs about Exercise among pregnant women in rural communities.Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health/ Early View.doi.org/10.1111/jmwh.13080

  13. White, R. B., Main, E., Branstetter, M., & Abell, C. (2020) Nursing satisfaction and visitation policies within the adult intensive care unit. The Director, 28(1), 20-23.

  14. Burklow, C. M., Jones, M. S., Allen, D. T., Cherry, S. E., Jackson, T. J., Dethridge, K. L.& McClellan, V. H. (2020). Nurse led population-based health education project to improve infant care knowledge for an old order Mennonite community, Nursing for Women’s Health, 24(6),446-452.

  15. Hardin, H. K., Lee, D., Alchami, H. K., & Jones, M. S. (2020). Unmet health need and barriers to health care among adolescents living in a rural area. Children’s Health Care, 50(1), 108-123. https://doi.org/10.1080/02739615.2020. 1833333 

2019

  1. DeBord, L., Branstetter, M., & Smith, L.  (11 January 2019).  Working Nursing Students Willing to Seek Psychological Services.  Psychiatric Quarterly, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11126-018-9622-3
  2. Garrett-Wright, D., Lartey, G., & Sturgeon, L. (2019). Kentucky school nurse knowledge of and attitudes toward complementary, alternative and integrative therapies. Kentucky Nurse, 6(1), 12-13.
  3. Sturgeon, L., Garrett-Wright, D., Lartey, G., Jones, M., Bormann, L., & House, (2019). A descriptive study of bathing practices in acute care facilities in the U.S. American Journal of Infection Control, 47(1), 23-26. doi.org/10.1016/j.ajic.2018.07.007
  4. Abell, C. H., Main, M. E., Blankenship, M. M., & Watkins, S. R. (2019). Osteoporosis education: Success in a community setting. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 5(1). https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/ijfcn/vol5/iss1/1/
  5. Blankenship, M. M., Abell, C. H., Main, M. E., & Vickous, K. (2019). Nursing alumni: Continuing education preferences. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 5(1). https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/ijfcn/vol5/iss1/2/
  6. Abell, C. H., & Blankenship, M. M. (2019). Introducing a health ministry in a rural American Church, Journal of Christian Nursing, 36(4), 244-250.

  7. Branstetter, M., Garrett-Wright, D., & Padgett, B.  (2019). Adverse childhood event: Missed opportunities by nurse practitioners to screen adult clients. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services. Advance online publication. doi:10.3928/02793695-20191118-01

  8. Haughtigan, K., House, S., & Main, E.M. (2019). Improving skin cancer knowledge and awareness in cosmetology students. The Journal of the Dermatology Nurses’ Association, 11(5), 214-219. doi:10.1097/JDN.0000000000000488

  9. Jones, N. W. (2019). Simulated clinical experience: An investigation of emotion understanding and management (Order No. 27539624). Retrieved from https://login.libsrv.wku.edu/login?url=https://search.proquest.com/docview/2307477887?accountid=15150

  10. Link, K., Garrett-Wright, D., & Jones, M. S. (2019). The burden of farmer suicide on surviving family members: A qualitative study. Issues in Mental Health Nursing. Advance online publication. doi:10.1080/01612840.2019.1661048

  11. Link, K. A., Tinius, R., Maples, J., & Logsdon, M. C. (2019) Self-efficacy and postpartum depression teaching by perinatal nurses in a rural setting: A replication study. The Journal of Perinatal Education. 28(4). doi:10.1891/1058-1243.28.4.190

  12. Link, K. A., Haughtigan, K. S., & Garrett-Wright, D. (2019). Using a poverty simulation exercise in mental health nursing. Nursing Education Perspectives, 40(3), 165-167. doi:10.1097/01.NEP.0000000000000360

  13. Tinius, R., Blankenship, M., Furgal, K., Norris, B., Lambert, J., Maples, J. M., Pearson, K. J.,&  Cade, W. T. (2019). The YMCA cycle test and 6-minute walk test are not accurate predictors of peak cardiorespiratory fitness during mid-pregnancy. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. Advance Online Publication. doi:10.1519/JSC.0000000000003263

2018

  1. Abell, C. H. (2018). Job satisfaction of nursing home administrators. The Director: Journal of the National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care, 26(1), 58-61. 

  2. Abell, C. H.,Bragg-Underwood, T. M., & Jaggers, L. A. (2018). Informatics: RN to BSN students’ perceived competence. Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics, 13(1). http://cjni.net
  3. Bennett, M. & Wilson D. (2018). Humor and Health Care (3rd ed.). West Bridgewater, MA: Western Schools Publications.
  4. Bennett, M., Lovan, S., Hager, K., Canonica, L., & Taylor, B. (2018). A one hour teaching intervention can improve end-of-life care. Nurse Education Today, 67, 93-99.
  5. Evans, C. (2018). What are registered nurses professional values entering an on-line baccalaureate educational program. International Journal of Nursing, 5(1). 1-3.
  6. Link, K. A., Haughtigan, K. S., & Garrett-Wright, D. (2018). Using a poverty simulation exercise in mental health nursing. Nursing Education Perspectives, Advance online publication. doi: 10.1097/01.NEP. 000000000000036
  7. Briggs, C., Murley, L. & Jukes, P. (2018). Synergizing with Teacher Educators to provide Peer Evaluations for Nursing Faculty. Nurse Educator, 43(6).
  8. Furgal, K., Garrett-Wright, D., & Norris, B. (2018). Practice matters: Screening for upper body musculoskeletal disorders in faith based communities. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 4(2), 13-21.
  9. Evans, C. (2018). Integration of Palliative Care Content within a Public Health Nursing Course.  Internal Journal of Nursing and Health Care Research, 2018(6). doi: 10.29011/IJNHR-144.100044
  10. Watwood, C. Bennett, M. & Bormann, L. (2018). I can do this: Collaboration on a global nursing assignment to increase the self-efficacy of pre-nursing students research skills. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries, 1-6. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15424065.2018.14814
  11. Alexander (2018) The Blood Pressure Response to Stress in Female Nurses. Madridge J Case Rep Stud. 2(2): 65-67.doi: 10.18689/mjcrs-1000118
  12. Alexander LJ (2018) Application of Quality Improvement to Improve Patient Outcomes: Obesity Prevention Int J Nurs Res Health Care: IJNHR-143. DOI: 10.29011/ IJNHR-143. 100043
  13. Briggs, C., Murley, L. & Jukes, P. (2018). Synergizing with Teacher Educators to provide Peer Evaluations for Nursing Faculty. Nurse Educator, 43(6).
  14. Furgal, K., Garrett-Wright, D., & Norris, B. (2018). Practice matters: Screening for upper body musculoskeletal disorders in faith based communities. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 4(2), 13-21.
  15. Logsdon, S., Branstetter, M., & Main, E. (2018). Perceived health status in rural manufacturing workers.  Workplace Health & Safety.  Advance online publication.  https://doi.org/10.1177/2165079918794206 

2017

  1. .Abell, C.H., Wright, D.G., Abell, C.E. (2017). Nurses' Perceptions of Competence in Providing Spiritual Care. Journal of Holistic Nursing. doi: 10.1177/0898010116684960.  

2016

  1. Abell, C. H.,(2016). Church-based health education: Topics of interest. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 2(2).
  2.  Abell,C. H., Evans, C., Alexander,L., Bourne,K., Jones, M. S.(2016).A unique clinical experience for RN to BSN students: Providing farm safety education. Journal of Nursing Education,  55(9), 544.
  3. Abell, C.H., Main, M.E. (2016). Participants' Perceptions of Worksite Health Promotion Activities. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 33(4), 190-195.
  4. Abell, C.H., Vickous, K.Y. (2016). Serving as a Peer Reviewer: Challenges & Rewards. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 2(3).
  5. Abell, C.H., Wright, D.G. (2016). Critiquing Quantitative Research Reports: Key Points for the Beginner. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing 2(3).
  6. Bennett, M. (2016). Nursing care of the end-of-life patient twenty five years after passage of the Patient Self-Determination Act. The Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing 18(6), 550-555.
  7. Bennett, M., Bormann, L.,& Lovan, S. (2016). Pre-admission Predictors of Student Success in a Traditional BSN Program. Journal of Nursing Regulation 7 (3) 11-18.
  8. Blankenship, M. & Main. M. E. (in process, submitted July 28, 2016).  Follow-up phones calls and the impact on chemotherapy toxicities. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, XX, (x), xx.
  9. Garrett-Wright, D., Bormann, L., & Link, K. (2016). Therapeutic Communication. Advance for Nurses: Advance Healthcare Network, CE offering, February. 
  10. Haughtigan, K., Main, M. E., Bragg-Underwood, T. M. & Watkins, C. M. (in process, submitted July 22, 2016). Occupational skin disease prevention: An educational intervention for cosmetology students. Workplace Health & Safety, XX, (x), xx
  11. Main, M. E., Wright, D. G., Sturgeon, L. P., Jones, M. S. & Blackburn, D. S. (accepted for publication, 7.30.2016). Sitting time: An increasing health risk among nurse educators. Nursing Education Perspectives, XX, (X), XX.
  12. Smith, L. S., Bragg-Underwood, T., & Cole, W. S. (2016). Practice Matters: Red Flags in Adults with Mental Illnesses. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 2(2), 38-53.
  13. Sturgeon, L. P., Bragg-Underwood, T., & Blankenship, M. (2016). Practice matters: Prevention and care of individuals with Type 2 Diabetes. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 2(1), 31-39.
  14. Sturgeon, L. P., Wright, D. G., Main, M. E., Blackburn, D. P., & Jones, M. S. (accepted for publication July 30, 2016). Nurse educators’ occupational and leisure sitting time. Workplace Health & Safety, xx, (xx), xxx-xxx.

2015

  1. Abell, C. H., Bragg-Underwood, T., Alexander, L., Abell, C. E., & Burd, V. (2015). Nurses’ knowledge and attitudes toward implementation of electronic medical records. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 1(3), 74-80.
  2. Bourne, K. (2015). Mine workers, heat related illnesses, and the role of the occupational health nurse. The Kentucky Nurse, 63(3), 6-7.
  3. Bormann, L. & Garrett-Wright, D. (2015). Nurse leadership and staff satisfaction: Transformational theory and servant leadership are key areas of focus today. Advance for Nurses: Advance Healthcare Network, CE offering, November.
  4. Branstetter, M. L., Main, M. E., & Bragg-Underwood, T. (2015). Practice matters: Screening and monitoring hyperlipidemia. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 1(2), 21-27.
  5. Chumbler, N. R., Ganashen, S., O'Brien Cherry, C., Garrett-Wright, D., & Bute, J. (2015). Rewriting life narratives: Positive coping mechanisms in adolescent mothers. In Research in the Sociology of Health Care: Issues in Health and Health Care for Special Groups, Social Factors, and Disparities, edited by JJ Kronenfeld. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Press. 2015 Oct; 8 (6 Suppl 3): 5131-40.
  6. Desrosiers, P. L., Mallinger, G. M. & Bragg-Underwood, T. M.  (In Review). Patient navigation: A new role for social work. Advances in Social Work
  7. Garrett-Wright, D., Main, M. E., & Branstetter, M. L. (2015). Practice matters: Screening and care for those with hypertension. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 1(1), 33-38.
  8. Garrett-Wright, D. & Bormann, L. (2015). Recognition and Management of Anxiety Disorders. Advance for Nurses: Advance Healthcare Network, CE offering, October. 
  9. Link, K., Garrett-Wright, D. M., & Branstetter, M.(2015). Practice matters: Helpings Congreants with a diagnosis of Major Depression.  International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 1(3), 81-90.
  10. Mattingly, C. & Main, M. E. (2015). Examining faith community nurses’ perception and utilization of electronic health records. International Journal of Faith Community Nursing, 1(1), 18-29.
  11. Smith, L. & Branstetter, M. (in press). A formative program evaluation of electronic clinical tracking system (ECTS) to meet national core competencies. Computers, Informatics, Nursing.
2014
  1. Branstetter, M. L., Smith, L. S., & Brooks, A. F.  (2014). Evidence-based use of electronic clinical tracking systems in advanced practice registered nurse education:  An integrative review.  CIN:  Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 32(7), 312-319.  doi: 10.1097/CIN.0000000000000069

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