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Barbara Velsor-Friedrich

 

 

'Utilization of Orem’s Model' 

 

Barbara Velsor-Friedrich
PhD, RN

Barbara Velsor-Friedrich, PhD, RN,
Associate Professor, PhD Program Director
Loyola University Chicago
Niehoff School of Nursing
Email: bvelsor@luc.edu


Research Interests:

Pediatric Health Issues:
• Self-care management in children with chronic illness/asthma
• Health promotion strategies
• Schoolaged and adolescent healthcare


Sample Presentations:

Asthma Self-Care: A test of Orem's Self-Care Deficit Theory. State of the Science Congress, Sigma Theta Tau. September 26, 2002.

An Asthma Intervention Program with African-American Inner-City School Children. Chest Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. November 7, 2001.

An Asthma Intervention Program with African-American Inner-City School Children. Self-Management Research Group, School of Nursing, Yale University, New Haven, CT. November 6, 2001.

Asthma Self-Care: A Test of Orem's Self-Care Deficit Theory. Palmer Research
Symposium. Chicago, IL. March 29, 2001.Kathryn Hegedus, RN, DNSc

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