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Nursing: 2013

Faculty Publications from 2013

Berryman, S., Palmer, S.Kohl, J., & Parham, J. (2013). Medical Home Model of Patient-Centered Health CareMedSurg Nursing22(3), 166-171. (CNE Series)

De la Cruz, K., Heaston, S., Miles, L., Palmer, S., & Wing, D.  (2013). Study Abroad Programs: Using alumni and graduate students as affiliate facultyNurse Educator, 38(5), 198-201.

Freeborn, D., Loucks, C. A.*, Dyches, T., Roper, S. O., & Mandleco, B. (2013). Addressing school challenges for children and adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes: The nurse practitioner’s roleThe Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 9(1), 11-16.

Freeborn, D., Dyches, T., Roper, S. O., & Mandleco, B. (2013). Identifying challenges of living with type 1 diabetes: Child and youth perspectives. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22(13-14), 1890-1898.

Freeborn, D. S., Roper, S. O., Dyches, T. T., & Mandleco, B. (2013). The influence of an insulin pump experience on nursing students’ understanding of the complexity of diabetes management and ways to help patients: A qualitative studyJournal of Nursing Education and Practice, 3(3), 52-60.

Luthy, K. E.Beckstrand, R. L., & Meyers, C. J. (2013). Common perceptions of parents requesting personal exemption from vaccinationJournal of School Nursing, 29(2), 95-103.

Mabey, L., & van Servellen, G. (2013). Treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder in patients with severe mental illness: A review. International Journal Of Mental Health Nursing, 23(1), 42-50.

Mandleco, B. (2013). Research with children as participants. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing,18(1), 78-82.

Palmer, S. (2013). Nurse retention and satisfaction in Ecuador: implications for nursing administrationJournal of Nursing Management, 22(1), 89-96.

Reed, S. J., Andrews, C. M., & Ravert, P. (2013, December). Debriefing simulations: Comparison of debriefing with video and debriefing alone. Clinical Simulation in Nursing9(12), e585-e591.

Scholes, C., Mandleco, B.L., Roper, S., Dearing, K., Dyches, T., & Freeborn, D. (2013). A qualitative study of young people’s perspectives of living with type 1 diabetes: Do perceptions vary by levels of metabolic control? Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69(6), 1235-1247.

Scholes, C., Mandleco, B., Roper, S., Dearing, K.Dyches, T., & Freeborn, D. (2013). Young people's experiences of living with type 1 diabetesNursing Times, 109(45), 23-25.

* Denotes BYU nursing student (BS or MS)

BYU College of Nursing Faculty authors are bolded