2002 - 2003 Scholars

The Healthy Aging Scholars with Rheba de Tornyay (in red) at the May 2003 Scholars Presentations & Reception

The Healthy Aging Scholars with Rheba de Tornyay (in red) at the May 2003 Scholars Presentations & Reception.

Below is a list of scholarship recipients for the 2002-2003 academic year and their research topics. 

Program

Student

Topic

Faculty Mentor

2002-2003
BSN
Katie Anne AdamsonSpiritual Care for the Dying Elderly PatientMarie Annette Brown
 Katrina Atiya MalkinInternet Resources for Homebound Seniors in SeattleBrenda Zierler
 Irawati LamCulturally Competent Care Practices in a Long-term Care Facility Serving Primarily Chinese ClientsHeather Young
 Elizabeth M. UshkaSelf-Training for Age-Associated Memory DeclineDebbie Ward
 Tawnya Elaine HorsleyRecommendations for Transitioning into a Nursing Home or Assisted Living FacilityHeather Young
 Laura Acle CutchinsAging and IntimacyVicky Hertig
 Melanie McMillan WintersThe Continuum of Professional Support Desired by Consumers on Self-Directed CareSuzanne Sikma
 Thuy T. NguyenRoles of Consumers, Case Managers, and Individual Providers in Implementing Self-Directed Care in Washington StateSuzanne Sikma
2002-2003
MN
Kori DewingMotivation for Participation in Physical Activity in Older Adults Residing in Retirement CommunitiesBasia Belza
 Lisa RehbergerChoosing Artificial Nutrition and Hydration: An Examination of the Decision Making Process of Surrogate Decision MakersMargaret Dimond
 Cheryl BauermeisterThe Transition Experience of Older Adults Relocating to Assisted LivingMargaret Dimond
2002-2004
Hartford
MN/GNP
Katharine DexterResolution of Elder Mistreatment ComplaintsHeather Young
 Karen GilbertCommunity Based Long Term Care in a Rural CommunityHeather Young
 Karla HeathRelationship of Nursing Assistant Satisfaction and Quality of Care in Nursing HomesHeather Young