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overview For decades Dr. Sullivan-Bolyai has worked clinically with children who have special health care needs and their families on day-to-day management and continuity of care (masters/CNS from Emory University). Since 1995 she has focused her research on preparation, education and support for families to help manage childrens’ care in the home and community settings. She received her DNSc and completed a 3-year postdoctoral fellowship (with Dr. Margaret Grey) at Yale University School of Nursing. Her main areas of expertise are family-focused interventions that address parent and child social support and education for Type 1 Diabetes day-to-day management, including the innovation of using a child-size human patient simulator for parent and child education. She also uses qualitative description to inform her interventions. She was a faculty member for 11 years at UMW; followed by 2 years as Director of PhD Program at NYU Meyers CN; Dr. Sulivan-Bolyai has returned to UMMS as the Associate Dean of Research and Innovation and looks forward to working with her intra and interprofessional colleagues and PhD students towards improving the day-to-day management of families with children diagnosed with T1D.
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Academic Article Constant vigilance: mothers' work parenting young children with type 1 diabetes.
Academic Article Maternal management behaviors for young children with type 1 diabetes.
Academic Article Great expectations: a position description for parents as caregivers: Part II.
Academic Article Helping other mothers effectively work at raising young children with type 1 diabetes.
Academic Article Familias Apoyadas: Latino families supporting each other for diabetes care.
Academic Article Social Support to Empower Parents (STEP): an intervention for parents of young children newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
Academic Article Parents of children newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes: experiences with social support and family management.
Academic Article Mentoring fathers of children newly diagnosed with T1DM.
Academic Article Mothers' experiences raising young children with type 1 diabetes.
Academic Article History lesson: how a little girl and her family moved mountains to change care and policy to help children with special health care needs go home.
Academic Article Parents' reflections on managing their children's diabetes with insulin pumps.
Academic Article Fathers' reflections on parenting young children with type 1 diabetes.
Academic Article Parent mentor perspectives on providing social support to empower parents.
Academic Article Self-management of Type 1 Diabetes Across Adolescence.
Academic Article Development and pilot testing of a parent education intervention for type 1 diabetes: parent education through simulation-diabetes.
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Academic Article Tried and true: self-regulation theory as a guiding framework for teaching parents diabetes education using human patient simulation.
Academic Article Preteen-parent experiences with PREP-T1 feasibility intervention.
Academic Article PETS-D: Impact on Diabetes Management Outcomes.
Academic Article Grandparent Education Through Simulation-Diabetes.
Academic Article PETS-D (parents education through simulation-diabetes): Parents' qualitative results.
Academic Article Feasibility of Parent-to-Parent Support in Recently Diagnosed Childhood Diabetes: The PLUS Study.
Academic Article Parents' Perspectives on "Keeping Their Children Safe" in the Hospital.
Academic Article Research Participation Decision-Making Among Youth and Parents of Youth With Chronic Health Conditions.
Academic Article PREP-T1 (Preteen Re-Education With Parents-Type 1 Diabetes) Feasibility Intervention Results.
Academic Article Intervention Fidelity: Monitoring Drift, Providing Feedback, and Assessing the Control Condition.
Academic Article CDE Perspectives of Providing New-Onset Type 1 Diabetes Education Using Formal Vignettes and Simulation.
Academic Article Management of Type 1 Diabetes in Children in the First 5 Years of Life.
Academic Article Provider Perspectives on Partnering With Parents of Hospitalized Children to Improve Safety.
Academic Article Facilitating Family-Rich Outcomes for Families With Children Who Have Special Health Care Needs.
Academic Article Challenges to Diabetes Self-Management in Emerging Adults With Type 1 Diabetes.
Academic Article Development and Psychometric Testing of the Peer-Mentor Support Scale for Parents of Children With Type 1 Diabetes and for Youths With Type 1 Diabetes.
Academic Article "Together We Can Return to Balance"-Eastern Woodlands Native Perspectives and Type 2 Diabetes: A Qualitative Study.
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