Cytokine Response to Mobilization of the Critically Ill
Industry funded, Hill-Rom. “Early Progressive Mobility in the ICU.” 2007- 2008. Role: Principal Investigator.
1R01NR011186 - 01 PI : MORRIS , PETER E (MD) “Standardized Rehabilitation for ICU Patients with Acute Respiratory Failure.” 2009-2014. Role: Co-investigator.
R21NR01078 “Dose of Early Therapeutic Mobility: Does Type or Frequency of Activity Matter?” 2009-2012. Role: Principal Investigator.
Clinical Translation and Science Center (CTSC). Myogenic Markers of Activity Response in ICU Adults. November 2009. Role: Principal Investigator.
Principal Investigator, "Resource Utilization and Outcomes of the Critically Ill Obese Patient," Convener, Greater Cleveland Research Consortium, Regents Infrastructure Grant, 2002.
Principal Investigator, "Mobilization in the ICU," Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, 2002.
Principal Investigator, "Selected Cytokines and Mobilization of ICU Patients: Is There a Relationship?" American Association of Critical Care Nurses, 2002-2005.
Principal Investigator, "Using Actigraph to Measure ICU Activity," Ohio Nurse's Foundation, Ohio Nurse's Association, 2004-2005.
Principal Investigator, "Barriers and Facilitators to Early Progressive Mobility." Funded by Hill-Rom. 2007-2009.
Principal Investigator: Integrate clinical quality improvement indicators into a skills lab for acute care nurse practitioner students. 2009. Internal Quality Safety and Education in Nursing (QSEN) Award, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing.
Faculty Associate, Center for Genetic Research in Ethics And Legal (CGREAL). 2005-2015. Eric Juengst PI (Bioethics Dept, Case), 2005-2010; Patricia Marshal, Co-PIs 2010-2015.
Faculty, American Cancer Society. Graduate Scholarship. Coleen Dvorak (2002-2004). Marlana Mattson (2004-2006).
Faculty, TRN 450317. 2004-2009. Taking Critical Care from the Bedside to the Roadside. John Clochesy, PI
Faculty. Critical Care Residency Program. 2005-2007. Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing with Case with University Hospitals Case Medical Center. Georgia Narsavage/John Clochesy, Co-PIs.
Glennan Fellow, "Prescribing Technology for Pharmacology and Therapeutics," Case Western Reserve University, 2002 Academic Year.
Fellow, "Summer Genetics Institute," National Institutes of Health, 2002.
Integrating Electronic Resources in the Classroom and Curriculum
Advanced Practice Adult Critical Care Nursing
Acute Care Nurse Practitioners
BSN, Nursing, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
MSN, Nursing, Duke University, Durham, NC
PhD, Nursing, Case Western Reserve Univesity, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Cleveland, OH
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