Presentation on theme: "Welcome! Anja Leefeldt, Instructor, Dietetic Internship Program – BHAN"— Presentation transcript:
1Welcome! Anja Leefeldt, Instructor, Dietetic Internship Program – BHAN LaVonne Sumler, Sponsored Programs Assistant – PTElaine Young, Office Coordinator – PTEllen Wruble, Director, DPT Program (eff. 1/16/2011) – PTCarol Breeze, Professional/Laboratory Coordinator – MEDTJillian Trabulsi, Assistant Professor, Medical Nutrition – BHANDebbie Hrivnak, Staff Assistant, UG/Grad Clinical Coordination - NURSusan Ruggiero, Assistant, Nurse Managed Health Center - NURLalitha Kambhamettu, Nurse Managed Health Center - NURCarine Sakr, Nurse Managed Health Center - NURSuzanne Milbourne, The Children’s Study - NUR
2An undergraduate scholarship has been established in honor of Keith Handling, long-time athletics trainer and associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology.
3Programs In Development: Concentration in Pre-Medical Studies within the Health Behavior Science majorInterdisciplinary PhD in Biomedical Sciences
4Buz Swanik received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from his alma mater, the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.
5Minor in Public Health has been launched Minor in Public Health has been launched. Established summer 2010 as a collaboration between CHS and School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy.
6Carlton Brown received an Award of Excellence for his book, A Guide to Oncology Symptom Management, in the 22nd annual APEX Awards for Publication Excellence, sponsored by Writing That Works. As President of the Oncology Nursing Society, he also presented testimony to the FDA regarding opioid risk evaluation and mitigation strategy (REMS) on July 23, He was also designated one of the top 10 most influential nursing professors on a blog called “Mister Medicine.”
7Bethany Hall-Long was the recipient of the “State Award for Nurse Practitioner Advocate” during the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners’ annual conference in June.The UD-CHOP site of the National Children’s Study received additional NIH funding (one of 30 sites in USA) for Formative Studies with teenage mothers and nonresidential fathers.
8HANDLS data is available for those interested at: http://handls. nih
9BIOMS Program Among Top Doctoral Programs in U.S. Assessment carried out by National Research Council, takes into account ~ 20 variables, from faculty productivity to graduate placement.Measures based on data from 5,000 programs at 212 universities, spanning 62 fields.Program won high scores for research activity based on average number of publications by faculty, average number of citations of those publications, percent of faculty with grants, and faculty awards.
10Mary Ann McLane named “Alumni of the Year” for Neumann University to be recognized at their Homecoming on October 16.
11Nurse Managed Health Center launched Allen Prettyman and staff have seen over 60 clients.More than ten UD departments have contracted for NHMC occupational health services which include respiratory physicals and screening exams, phlebotomy/lab work, spirometry, EKG, vision screening, Dept of Transportation exams, and acute injury treatment.Evelyn Hayes, Dr. Lalitha Kambhamettu and Dr. Carine Sakr complete the healthcare team.Located on UD campus in collaboration with Christiana Care Health System.
12Nancy Getchell received a UD Global Partnership Award to develop a relationship between the University of Otago School of Physical Education in New Zealand and Departments of KAAP and BHAN.
13Undergraduate nursing students secured 5 of 54 positions in the nurse extern program at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Of the 600 applicants to this program, UD accounted for the most students hired from one institution. Two of these individuals were the speakers during their graduation ceremony.
14Janice Selekman received the “Delaware Excellence in Nursing Practice” Award for the category of Nurse Educator. Erlinda Wheeler was a finalist in the same category.
15Virtua Health, Inc. (a four-hospital system in New Jersey) is a new Medical Technology affiliate.
16Carolee Polek will receive “The Pennsylvania State University Shirley Novosel Award for Outstanding Nursing Alumni” during a November 1st ceremony at Penn State. She was also nominated, interviewed and selected to be a Stakeholder for the American Cancer Society, Extramural Grants Section, for a 2 year term. She is one of 39 individuals to be selected in the U.S.
17Canine partners help kids with autism spectrum disorder step up the pace Collaboration between faculty in Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition (Iva Obrusnikova and Janice Bibik) and School of Education (Al Cavalier)Partnership with community organization PAWS for PeopleSupported by seed funding from University of Delaware Research FoundationAimed at collecting preliminary data to serve as basis for NIH proposal
18Additional Updates:Nursing’s MSN program (NP, CNS, HSAD) is booming with 61 admissions to the various MSN programs this fall.Medical Technology is completing its self-study for reaccreditation by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences.Martha Callahan (PT) was promoted to Sr. Administrative Assistant.PT retirements effective 12/31/2010: Paul Mettler & Irene Davis
19Slobodan Jaric was awarded two grants: – Evaluation of novel tests of neuromuscular function (R21AR06065).NIH-NIAMS, $420,750– Brian Gain Program (Support of higher education in developing countries), World University Service, Austrian Center, $9,500
20Amy Cowperthwait (NUR), Tara Manal (PT), Laura Schmitt (PT) and Allan Carlsen (Theatre) received $5,000 from the Marmot Foundation to springboard the Standardized Patient Program.Theatre students serve as standardized patients for nursing and PT studentsEnables students to learn how to manage the unexpected without compromising standard of care required with actual patients
21Michelle Parent awarded $95,000 from Fraunhofer USA Center for Molecular Biotechnology for a collaborative project investigating a novel vaccine against Yersinia pestis.
22Paula Klemm, Erlinda Wheeler and the SON received $36,608 in HRSA Nurse Traineeship Monies to support Masters students.
23Diabetes Study Raelene Maser (MEDT) and Dr. James Lenhard (CCHS) Evaluating effectiveness of new treatment for nerve dysfunction, or diabetic neuropathyResearch is being conducted at Diabetes and Metabolic Research Center in Christiana Care Research InstituteSupported by Delaware INBRE grant P20 RR , sponsored by National Center for Research Resources, National Institutes of Health
24UD and Nemours partner on bone disorder study Researchers: Chris Modlesky (KAAP), Michael Bober M.D. (Nemours)Funded by Osteogenesis Imperfecta FoundationTwo-year study exploring the use of an FDA-approved vibration platform to build bone in children with OI
25Judy Herrman received $10,000 from the AAUW Community Action Grants to provide a program called "Safe Dates for Young Mothers," a dating violence prevention curriculum for teens who are pregnant or parenting. She also conducted focus groups with women involved in the "Healthy Beginnings" program at CCHS--presenting findings to the multidisciplinary teams associated with women's health.
26Ingrid Pretzer-Aboff was the recipient of University of Delaware International Research Award for the project, “Merging Delaware and Italian Chronic Care Research” ($3000) and the first Edmond J. Safra Philanthropic Foundation Distinguished Scholar in Nursing Award for outstanding achievement in improving the lives of people living with Parkinson’s disease ($1,000). Her regional research was featured in UDaily.
27Kathy Riley-Lawless and Diane Rudolphi organized the first School of Nursing Welcome Back Social and Activities Fair on August 18th. Geared toward freshmen, the event also included faculty and upperclassmen who manned booths representing ROTC/Armed Forces, Christian Nursing Fellowship, Lori's Hands, Student Nurses Organization, and Beta Xi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, Men in Nursing organization and the Minority Student Nurses Association.
28UD joins consortium focused on geriatric health UD now a member of Eastern Pennsylvania-Delaware Geriatric Education Center (EPaD GEC).Enabled by $250,000 grant from U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.Established in 2005, consortium works collaboratively with community organizations and agencies to offer interprofessional education and training to enhance healthcare for the elderly.