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School of Nursing PhD candidates successfully defend their dissertations

We would like to congratulate these PhD candidates who successfully defended their dissertations this year!

Haerim Lee

Dissertation Title: Sexual Dysfunction in Women with Gynecologic Cancer Pre-and Post-Radiotherapy and its Association with Obesity and the Gut Microbiome”

Henry Carrie

Dissertation Title: Relationships Among Strong Black Womanhood Belief, Coping Behaviors, Social support, and Psychological Distress for Black Mothers Bereaved by Stillbirth

Rosemary Kinuthia

Dissertation Title: Evaluation of Facility-Based Individual Differentiated Dervice Delivery Among Stable People Living with HIV in Nairobi, Kenya Using Mixed Methods Research

Jade McBroom

Dissertation Title: The Influence of Postpartum Retention in Care on Mortality in Women Living with HIV

Kent Haythorn

Dissertation Title: The role of the circulating registered nurse in communicating and fostering relationships and the impact on time spent in the operating room

Sheila Jordan

Dissertation Title: The Role of Vitamin D in Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy and Gene Expression within an African American Cohort

Rachel Wolf, BSN, RN

Dissertation Title: Diabetes Management and Self-Care among Emerging Adults: Emerging Adult and Diabetes Care Provider Perceptions of Self-Management Influences, Visit Interaction, and a Tool to Enhance Diabetes Care at Visits

Sarah Febres-Cordero

Dissertation Title: Staying Alive in Little Five: Perceptions of Service Industry Workers Who Encounter an Opioid Overdose in Little Five Points, Atlanta

Daniel Smith

Dissertation Title: The Occupational and Health Histories of Undocumented Immigrants Receiving Frequent, Emergent-Only Hemodialysis

Amy Greenblatt

Dissertation Title: Characteristics and Treatment Outcomes of Adolescents with

Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder in Psychiatric Residential


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