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NINR Director's Lecture: Midlife Women’s Health: Using Technology to Enhance Research and Eliminate Disparities

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Air date: Thursday, April 25, 2019, 1:00:00 PM
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Description: 2019 NINR Director's Lecture

Dr. Eun-Ok Im will present "Midlife Women’s Health: Using Technology to Enhance Research and Eliminate Disparities". In her presentation, Dr. Im will discuss her program of research, which uses computer and mobile technologies to eliminate gender and ethnic disparities.

Eun-Ok Im, PhD, MPH, RN, CNS, FAAN is the Associate Dean for Research Development and Regulatory Affairs and Mary T. Champagne Professor at Duke University, School of Nursing. She has gained national and international recognition as a methodologist, researcher, and theorist in international, cross-cultural women’s health. Dr. Im's most outstanding contribution to nursing research is a program that adopts computer and mobile technologies to eliminate gender and ethnic disparities. She has taken the lead in this new field, and her current studies are among the first of their kind to use these technologies to build nursing knowledge. Dr. Im has integrated this line of work with research projects on breast cancer survivorship, cancer pain, menopausal symptoms, and physical activity. She has numerous national and international awards, including the 2014 International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame Award from Sigma Theta Tau International.

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NLM Title: Midlife women's health : using technology to enhance research and eliminate disparities / Eun-Ok Im.
Author: Im, Eun-Ok.
National Institute of Nursing Research (U.S.),
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Abstract: (CIT): 2019 NINR Director's Lecture Dr. Eun-Ok Im will present "Midlife Women's Health : Using Technology to Enhance Research and Eliminate Disparities". In her presentation, Dr. Im will discuss her program of research, which uses computer and mobile technologies to eliminate gender and ethnic disparities. Eun-Ok Im, PhD, MPH, RN, CNS, FAAN is the Associate Dean for Research Development and Regulatory Affairs and Mary T. Champagne Professor at Duke University, School of Nursing. She has gained national and international recognition as a methodologist, researcher, and theorist in international, cross-cultural women's health. Dr. Im"s most outstanding contribution to nursing research is a program that adopts computer and mobile technologies to eliminate gender and ethnic disparities. She has taken the lead in this new field, and her current studies are among the first of their kind to use these technologies to build nursing knowledge. Dr. Im has integrated this line of work with research projects on breast cancer survivorship, cancer pain, menopausal symptoms, and physical activity. She has numerous national and international awards, including the 2014 International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame Award from Sigma Theta Tau International.
Subjects: Asian Americans
Emigrants and Immigrants
Healthcare Disparities
Internet
Middle Aged
Nursing Research--methods
Racism--prevention & control
Republic of Korea--ethnology
Sexism--prevention & control
United States
Women's Health--ethnology
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