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Research Awardee 2016-2017

Congratulations to DGAL grant recipient: Dr. Abir Behket, Marquette University for her grant titled: The Mediating Effects of Positive Cognitions on Dementia Caregivers’ Burden and their Care Recipients



Recent Delta Gamma Member Research

"Psychometrics of the PHCS in Vulnerable at Risk Populations"
Mary Polchert, RN, PhD



Past Award Recipients

Marilyn Bratt is the recipient of the Chapter Research Award.

The 2010 STT-Delta Gamma winners are two collaborative researchers – Dr. Ruthann Belknap and Dr. Kristin Haglund. Dr. Belknap was recently granted tenure and promoted to associate professor at Marquette University. Dr. Haglund is a tenured associate professor and a recent recipient of a prestigious Fullbright Scholar award – and will be studying in England for her sabbatical. Dr. Belknap and Haglund’s research proposal is titled “Perceptions of Interpersonal Dating Relationships and Violence Among Latino Adolescents and Parents”.

Kathryn Osborne, PhD, RN, CNM – 2009 STT-Delta Gamma Research Award
“Pushing Techniques Used by Midwives When Providing Second State Labor Care”.

Anthony Lathrop, MSN, CNM, PhD(c) — a doctoral student at Marquette University (Leona VandeVusse sponsor) received a STT-DG grant in 2008 for the study proposal titled, "A Narrative Analysis of Perinatal Hospice Stories".

Josephine Mancuso, ARNP, PhD(c) — a doctoral student from Marquette University received a STT-DG grant in 2007 for the study titled, "The Association of Health Literacy and Patient Trust to Glycemic Control in Management of Diabetes." Poster presentation at 2008 Midwest Nursing Research Society Meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Leslie Gardiner, PhD(c) — doctoral student from Marquette University (with Margaret Bull, PhD, RN, FAAN, as her sponsor) received a STT-DG grant in 2007 for the study titled, "Meaning of Spirituality for Persons with Dementia".

Linda Gingras, MSN, RNC, Mary Strehlow, MSN, RNC, Linda Templin, RN, and Polly Ryan, PhD, RN — a research team at Froedtert Hospital received funding from STT-DG in 2007 for the study titled, "Determinants of Nurses' Professional Self-Presentation".

Kristin Haglund, PhD, RN, PNP — received a STT-DG grant in 2006 for the study proposal titled, "A qualitative Study of the Sexuality of Adolescent Males." Presenting a poster of this study at the 2009 Midwest Nursing Research Society Meeting on March 29, 2009 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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