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2016 ATS Abstract Scholarship Award Recipients

These Abstract Scholarship Awards have been funded by the American Thoracic Society

Diane Griffiths, RN, MSc
Univ of Birmingham
Abstract Title: Cardiovascular Risk and Lung Disease Severity in Alpha 1 Antitrypsin Deficiency

Tania T. Von Visger, APRN, CCRN, MSN, PCCN, CCNS
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Abstract Title: ICU nurses Focus Group on AcceptabilityTesting of VidaTalk™

Timothy Amass, MD
Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Abstract Title: Family Care Rituals (FCR) in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

Lynn Baniak, PhD, RN
University of Pittsburgh
Abstract Title: Sleep and Activity as Predictors of Subjective Health Status in Middle-Aged Women

Ann Lin, BSN
University of Washington
Abstract Title: Muscle Atrophy and Clinical Outcomes in Patients with ARDS

Samantha Prigmore, BSc, MSC, RGN
University of Manchester
Abstract Title: Patients with COPD Prioritise Symptoms Experience Differently to Respiratory Nurse Specialists

Jungeun Lee, MSN, RN
University of Washington
Abstract Title: A Structural Equation Modeling Analysis of the Relationships Between Symptoms and Physical Performance in Patients with COPD

Evan Cuenco
Benicia High School
Abstract Title: Predictors of Drop-Out from a Longitudinal Biobehavioral Research Study

Desiree Macias, PNP, CCRN, NP, ANP-BC, RCP
Calle Leopoldo Alas Clarin
Abstract Title: Nurse-Conducted Smoking Cessation Program in Patients Admitted in a Respiratory Ward Hospitalization

Zijing Chen, BSN
University of Washington
Abstract Title: The Impact of Social Support on Changes in Physical Activity Over 2-Years in Patients with COPD

Kristopher Jackson, MSN, AGACNP-BC, CCRN
California Pacific Medical Center
Abstract Title: Pecs that will Leave You Breathless

Deena Kelly Costa, PhD, RN
University of Michigan
Abstract Title: How the Nurse Work Environment and ICU Physician Staffing Influence Risk of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia

Patricia R. Harris, PhD, RN
Dominican University of California
Abstract Title: Prevalence of Respiratory Alarms in Intensive Care and the Influence of Respiratory Sensitivity Setting Changes

Wanda M. Gibson-Scipio, PhD, APRN, BC
Wayne State Univ
Abstract Title: An Exploration of the Transition Readiness Needs of Urban African American Youth with Asthma