Jean Davison

Jean Davison
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | UNC · School of Nursing and NC Institute of Public Health

DNP, FNP-BC

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Introduction
Jean Davison, DNP, FNP-BC is a Clinical Associate Professor, currently works at the School of Nursing and NC Institute of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Davison is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner with over 18 years of practice experience. Jean does translational research in Advance Practice Nursing and Public Health. Their most recent publication is '" Hypertension Self-Management Support in Primary Care: A Quality Improvement Study"'. She is also a co-author in "Primary Care RN" certificate manual and online- modules - https://nursing.unc.edu/unc-offers-new-online-primary-care-rn-certificate/

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Publications (9)
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Recombinant tissue plasminogen activator has been recommended and widely used in treating acute ischemic stroke. Unfortunately, the critical period for medical effectiveness is relatively short, and many people with stroke cannot access a hospital in time. This study aimed to determine factors predicting stroke pre-hospital delay behavior intention...
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Aim Is it feasible to implement a programme to screen for depression in patients admitted to the hospital for diabetes complications and use the electronic medical record to notify providers of their patient's depression score and give suggestions for medication and counselling? Design A feasibility study was conducted with patients hospitalized w...
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This nurse practitioner-led quality improvement (QI) study was designed to improve clinical performance in hypertension (HTN) management that focused on self-management support (SMS) among adult patients at a primary care clinic with a high rate of cardiovascular disease. The design included retrospective baseline of meaningful use population data...
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Although Public Health Nurses (PHNs) represent the largest discipline of the local health department (LHD) workforce, significant gaps exist in workforce development and training opportunities. The passage of the Affordable Care Act outlines the expansion of prevention and public health programs which will require an additional need for qualified p...
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Media attention given to the recent Ebola outbreak has overshadowed the fact that any number of communicable diseases can cause significant harm and death. Acute respiratory infections, such as pneumonia, and influenza are still the primary cause of infection­related deaths and in the top 10 leading causes of death in the United States. The overuse...
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Screening for prostate cancer (adenocarcinoma of the prostate), using the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test is controversial among health professionals and organizations who publish screening guideline recommendations for healthcare professionals. Controversy stems from conflicting research studies regarding the efficacy of PSA screening with re...
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Diabetes self-management education interventions have been shown to improve glycemic control in Whites and African Americans with type 2 diabetes. Hispanic women and men, however, sometimes have barriers to management including lack of access to care, low English proficiency, low literacy, and cultural differences. This review examined the state of...
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Children who are exposed to diesel exhaust from idling school buses are at increased risk of asthma exacerbation, decreased lung function, immunologic reactions, leukemia, and increased susceptibility to infections. Policies and initiatives that aim to protect school children from the harmful effects of exposure to diesel exhaust range from general...

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