Complementary/Alternative Therapies Research
Name of Award
Faculty Research & Scholarly Activities Grant
Holistic Health Studies
Carol Geisler, Ph.D., R.N, and Corjena Cheung, Ph.D., R.N. have been awarded a $7,042 Faculty Research & Scholarly Activities grant for their research exploring the use of Complementary/Alternative Therapies (C/AT). The research will be used to inform health care practice, education, and policy. This project proposes conducting an on-line survey of Nurse Practitioners in one Midwest state to explore views and knowledge of C/AT and to describe if, when, and how Nurse Practitioners engage in dialogue with their patients about C/AT usage. The attitudes, beliefs, knowledge and use of C/AT of Nurse Practitioners will be described. Correlations between age, gender, years/areas of clinical practice, and attitudes/beliefs/knowledge/personal use of C/AT with frequency of C/AT dialogue with patients will be reported. Themesthat address if, how and when Nurse Practitioners engage in dialogue with their patients about C/AT will be described.
For more information, contact Dr. Carol Geisler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Geisler, Carol and Cheung, Corjena, "Complementary/Alternative Therapies Research" (2012). Internal Grant Awards. 13.