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Seattle University College of Nursing Regional Summit: Save the Date!The SU College of Nursing Regional Summit "Changes in Healthcare: Implications and Innovations for Nursing Education and Practice." will be held April 21, 2014 from 3- 7 p.m. in Campion Ballroom.
Seattle University College of Nursing is Hiring!We are looking for outstanding teachers and scholars to
teach in one or more of the following areas: Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing; Pediatric and/or Family Nursing; Obstetrics and/or Midwifery, and
Adult Health and/or Gerontological Nursing.
Drs. Bonnie H. Bowie and Katherine Camacho Carr appear in Journal of Professional NursingThe article, “From Coach to Colleague: Adjusting Pedagogical Approaches and Attitudes in Accelerated Nursing Programs” discusses pedagogical approaches helpful in teaching and mentoring accelerated nursing students.
Aging Geropsychology, Diabetes, Informatics, and organizational psychology.
G Bond (PI) 1/1/2006 to 12/31/2007University of Washington, School of Nursing The Development of a Web-Based Intervention for Diabetes Self-ManagementThe goal of this proposal is to expand the current functionality of a diabetes web page (www.diabetes-takecharge.org) and conduct a usability evaluation of the expanded functionality. The extended functionality of the current application will include: 1) integration of exercise, weight, and blood sugar readings module with the goal setting module (reminders and alerts will be sent to users depending on their goal setting selections as related to their self care activities, 2) provision of a framework that will allow a variety of flexible standard modules for programming purposes (authorization, authentication, user management, bulletin board, announcement, FAQ), 3) upgrade the graphical display of the log of activity summaries (blood pressure, weight, blood sugars and weight), 4) and develop an engine that is capable of predicting future blood glucose levels and the pending risks of hypoglycemia.
G Bond (PI)1 K08 NR08506-03 9/15/2003 to 8/31/2006NIH, National Institute of Nursing Research, K01 application Telehealth for Diabetes Self-Management CRCThis clinical trial will evaluate both the feasibility and the short and long-term efficacy of a six-month web-based telehealth intervention for improving diabetic self-management behavior and psychosocial well being. A secondary benefit will be the identification of patient and intervention characteristics (such as age, gender, medical comorbidity, self efficacy, previous Internet experience, and amount of time spent interacting with the intervention) that may influence the study outcomes.
G Bond (PI) 1/1/2004 to 7/31/2004Roche DiagnosticsPilot Project to Investigate the Feasibility of Using an Internet Diabetes Self-Management Web PageThis project will ask older diabetes to use and evaluate the a diabetes web site that will be used in a future clinical trial to understand the benefits and risks of an Internet treatment program on the health of older adults with type 2 diabetes. The ultimate goal of this project is to obtain information about the feasibility and usability of the study web-page.
G Bond (PI) 7/1/2003 to 6/30/2004University of Washington, School of Nursing de Tornyay Center on Healthy Aging A Web-Based Intervention for Diabetes Self-ManagementFunding was provided to develop a diabetes self-management web page that can be used in future clinical trials to investigate the short-and-long-term efficacy of a web-based intervention for enhancing diabetes self-management for community-dwelling older adults who have been diagnosed with diabetes.
R01 AG09769 (E. Larson, PI) 5/1/91-4/30/03NIH, National Institute on AgingEpidemiology of Dementia in Older Japanese Americans (The KAME Project)A population based study of the effects of moderate alcohol consumption and cognition, among Japanese Americans and Caucasians age 65 and older. G. Bond, Co-Investigator.Subproject PI: The purpose of this study is to conduct secondary analyses of data from two longitudinal studies of aging and dementia (Active Changes of Thought; KAME).
Bond, G. E., Burr, R., Wolf F.M., Price, M., McCurry, S.M., & Teri, L. (2007). The Effects of a Web Based Intervention on the Physical Outcomes Associated with Diabetes Among Adults Age 60 and Older: A Randomized Trial: Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics. 9; 52-59
Bond, G. E., Burr, R., Wolf F.M., Price, M., McCurry, S.M., & Teri, L. (2007). Preliminary Findings of The Effects of Comorbidities on a Web-Based Intervention on Self-Reported Blood Sugar Readings Among Adults Age 60 and Older with Diabetes: Telemedicine and e-Health Journal. 12; 707-710
Bond, G.E. (2006). Lessons Learned from the Implementation of a Web-Based Nursing Intervention CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 24(2):66-74.
Bond, G. E., Burr, R. M., McCurry, S. M., Rice, M., Borenstein, A, & Larson, E. B. (2005) Alcohol, Aging, and Cognition Performance: A Longitudinal Study of Older Japanese-Americans The Kame Project. International Psychogeriatrics,
Bond, G. E., Burr, R. McCurry, S. M., Rice, M. M., Borenstein, A. R., Teri, L., Bowen, J. D., McCormick, W. C., & Larson, E. B. (2004). Alcohol, Gender, and Cognitive Performance: A Longitudinal Study Comparing Older Japanese and Non-Hispanic White Americans. Journal of Aging and Health, 16, 615-640
Reviewer for the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, Advances in Nursing Science, Journal of Aging and Health, The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, Geriatric Nursing, Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences, Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics and Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice
Diabetes Educator, The Health and Wellness Group, Casey Foundation, Affiliate Member, Diabetes Endocrinology Research Center, Affiliate Member, Clinical Nutrition Research Unit, and Affiliate Member, Alcohol, Drug, and Addictions Institute, University of Washington
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