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Women to Women Dissemination

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Manuscripts Submitted

Haynes, D., Weinert, C. & Haynes, G. (2010). Outcomes for online financial education for chronically ill rural women. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Worth, C., Weinert, C., & Cudney, S. (2010). Use of creative arts as a complementary therapy by rural women coping with chronic illness. Manuscript submitted for publication.

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In Press (bold indicates refereed publications)

Spring, A., Cudney, S., Weinert, C., & Winters, C. (In press). Spousal support experiences of rural women living with chronic illness. Journal of Holistic Nursing Practice.

Weinert, C., Cudney, S., Comstock, B., & Bansal, A. (In press). Impact of a computer intervention on the psychosocial adaptation of rural women with chronic conditions. Nursing Research.

Winters, C., Sullivan, T., & Cudney, C. (2010) Depression in rural women with chronic illness. Journal of Rural and Remote Health.

Winters, C., Cudney, S., & Sullivan, T. (In press). The evolution of a coding schema in a paced program of research. The Qualitative Report, 15(6).

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Publications (bold indicates refereed publications)

Cudney, S. (2007, April). Rural chronically ill women: Online support network. Rural Assistance Center. Available at: http://www.raconline.org/success/success_details.php?success_id=394

Cudney, S. (2008, December). Rural nurses: WTW needs your help. Montana State Nurses’ Association Pulse, 45(3), 3.

Cudney, S. (2008, June). Women to women project needs your help. Montana State Nurses’ Association Pulse, 45(2), 9.

Cudney, S., Butler, M., Weinert, C., & Sullivan, T. (2002). Ten rural women living with Fibromyalgia tell it like it is. Holistic Nursing Practice, 16(3), 35-45.

Cudney, S., Craig, C., Nichols, E., & Weinert, C. (2004). Barriers to recruiting an adequate sample in rural nursing research. Online Journal of Rural Nursing & Healthcare, 4(2).

Cudney, S., Sullivan, T., Winters, C., Paul, L., & Oriet, P. (2005). Chronically ill rural women: Self-identified management problems and solutions. Chronic Illness, 1(1), 49-60.

Cudney, S., & Weinert, C. (2004). Computer outreach project targets chronically ill rural women. Montana Nurses' Association Pulse, 41(2), 19.

Cudney, S., & Weinert, C. (2004). Computer outreach project extends invitation to chronically ill rural women. Partners for Health Newsletter, 9(1), 6.

Cudney, S., & Weinert, C. (2004). Computer outreach project targets chronically ill rural women. American Nurses' Association Pulse, 2, 19.

Cudney, S. & Weinert, C. (2000). Computer-based support groups: Nursing in cyberspace. Computers in Nursing, 18(1), 35-43.

Cudney, S., & Weinert, C. (2007). Help from Montana’s nurses needed to find chronically ill rural women for rural health study. Montana Nurses' Association Pulse, 44(4), 5.

Cudney, S. & Weinert, C. (2006). MSU College of Nursing WTW Project received continued funding from NIH/NINR. Montana Nurses' Association Pulse.

Cudney, S. & Weinert, C. (2000). Nursing in cyberspace. Nursing Times [Online].

Cudney, S., Weinert, C., & Phillips, L. (2007). Telephone technical support: An essential adjunct to a computer intervention for chronically ill rural women. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 25(4), 221-227.

Cudney, S., Winters, C., Weinert, C.,  & Anderson, K. (2005). Social support in cyberspace: Lessons learned. Rehabilitation Nursing, 30(1), 25-28.

Hampton, J., & Weinert, C. (2006). An exploration of spirituality in rural women with chronic illness. Holistic Nursing Practice, 20(1), 27-33.

Hill, W., Schillo, L., Weinert, C. (2004). Effect of a computer-based intervention on social support for chronically ill rural women. Rehabilitation Nursing, 29(5), 169-173.

Hill, W., & Weinert, C. (2004). An evaluation of an online intervention to provide social support and health information. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 22(5), 282-288.

Hill, W., Weinert, C., & Cudney, S. (2006). Influence of a computer intervention on the psychological status of chronically ill rural women. Nursing Research, 55(1), 34-42.

Oriet, P., Cudney, S., & Weinert, C. (2007). Rural women find support online. The Nurse Practitioner, 32(6), 37-40.

Paul, L. (2005). Research update: Chronically ill rural women: Self-identified management problems and solutions. Food For Thought, Montana Dietetics Association Newsletter, 3.

Rowley, T. (2004). Hope in the face of challenge: Innovations for rural health care. Kansas City, MO: National Rural Health Association.

Smith, L., & Weinert, C. (2000). Telecommunication support for rural women with diabetes. The Diabetes Educator, 26(4), 645-655.

Sullivan, T., Weinert, C., & Cudney, S. (2003). Management of chronic illness: Voices of rural women. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 44(6), 566-574.

Weinert, C. (2000). By women for women. Reflections on Nursing Leadership, 4th Quarter, 32.

Weinert, C. (2005). Ministry: Women and research. Montana Association of Churches Messenger, 21(3), 7

Weinert, C. (2000). By women for women. Reflections on Nursing Leadership, 26(4), 32.

Weinert, C. (July, 2004). Rural living: A paradox of plenty and poverty. The Montana Catholic, 20(7), 8.

Weinert, C. (2009). Rural nursing science: Alive and well. Reflections on Nursing Leadership, 35(4), [Online] Available: http://www.reflectionsonnursingleadership.org/Pages/Vol35_4_Weinert.aspx].

Weinert, C. (2000). Social support in cyberspace. Rehabilitation Nursing, 25(4), 129-135.

Weinert, C. (2006, March). Using computer technology to enhance chronic illness management. 21st International Conference on Computers and Their Application (CATA) proceedings, Seattle, WA, 3/23-3/24, 2006

Weinert, C. (2002). Women to women 2. Partners for Health, 6(6).

Weinert, C. (2006). Women to Women project provides support and education for chronically ill rural women. Washington Rural Health Association, 6-7.

Weinert, C. (1998). Women with chronic illnesses enjoy electronic coffee klatches. Rural Health News, 5(1), 6.

Weinert, C., & Cudney, S. (2004). Computer outreach research project extends invitation to chronically ill rural women. Partners for Health Newsletter, 9(1), 6.

Weinert, C, Cudney, S., & Hill, W. (2008). Health knowledge acquisition by rural women with chronic health conditions: A tale of two web approaches. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 16(5), 302-307.

Weinert, C., Cudney, S., & Hill, W. (2008). Retention in a computer-based outreach intervention for chronically ill rural women. Applied Nursing Research, 21(1), 23-29.

Weinert, C., Cudney, S., & Hill, W. (2008). Rural women, technology and self-management of chronic illness. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 40(3), 114-134.

Weinert, C., Cudney, S., & Kinion, E. (2010). Development of My Health Companion© to enhance self-care management of chronic health conditions in rural dwellers. Public Health Nursing, 27(3).

Weinert, C., Cudney, S., & Kinion, E. (2010). Forging partnerships between rural woemn with chronic conditions and their health care providers. Journal of Holistic Nursing [Online].

Weinert, C., Cudney, S., & Spring, A. (2008). Evolution of a conceptual model for psychosocial adaptation to chronic illness. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 40(4), 364-372.

Weinert, C., Cudney, S., & Winters, C. (2005). Social support in cyberspace for rural women: The next generation. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 23(1), 7-15.

Weinert, C., & Hill, W. (2005). Rural women with chronic illness: Computer use and skill acquisition. Women's Health Issues, 15(5), 230-236.

Weinert, C., Whitney, A., Hill, W., & Cudney, S. (2005). Chronically ill women's views of health care. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care, 5(2) [online]. Available: http://www.rno.org/journal/issues/Vol-5/issue-2/Weinert_article.htm.

Winters, C., Cudney, S., Sullivan, T., & Thuesen, A. (2006). The rural context and women's self-management of chronic health conditions. Chronic Illness, 2, 273-289.

Winters, C., & Sullivan, T. (2006). The chronic illness experience of isolated rural women: Use of an online support group intervention. In H. Lee & C. Winters (Eds.), Rural nursing: Concepts, theory, and practice (2nd ed.): New York: Springer.

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Published Abstracts

Anderson, K., & Weinert, C. (2003). Women to Women2: A computer-based support and educational intervention [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 36, 373.

Cudney, S., & Weinert, C. (2000). Nursing in cyberspace [Abstract]. Nursing Times, [On-line].

Cudney, S. (2010, April). Following the recipe: The role of the clinical nurse. [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 43,109,[CD-ROM].

Smith, L., & Weinert, C. (2000). Telecommunication support for rural women with diabetes [Abstract]. The Diabetes Educator, 26(4), 645-655.

Spring, A. (2010, April). Key ingredients of the recipe: Materials, training, & technology. [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 43,108,[CD-ROM].

Spring, A. & Weinert, C. (2009, April). Rural women with chronic illness: Spousal support.  Communicating Nursing Research, 42, 357[CD-ROM].

Weinert, C. (2010, April). Across the miles: Use of technology for collection and access to data.
[Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 43, [CD-ROM].

Weinert, C. (1999). Computer-based support: Rural women's perceptions [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 32, 191.

Weinert, C. (2010, April). From oven to table: A recipe for helping rural women adapt to chronic illness. [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 43, 106[CD-ROM].

Weinert, C. (2010, April). History of Women to Women: How the recipe came about. [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 43,107,[CD-ROM].

Weinert, C. (2009, November). My Health Companion©: Better health information management, better informed decision making, and better client-provider interactions. [Abstract]. Proceedings from the 40th Biennial Convention, Sigma Theta Tau International, Indianapolis, IN.

Weinert, C. (1997). Nursing telecommunication intervention: Use and satisfaction [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 30, 158.

Weinert, C. (2010, September). Online health teaching: Chronic illness self-management. [Abstract] National State of the Science Congress in Nursing Research, Washington, DC [CD-ROM].

Weinert, C. (2006). Using computer technology to enhance chronic illness management [Abstract]. Proceedings of 21st International Conference on Computers and Their Application (CATA), Seattle, WA.

Weinert, C. & Cudney, S. (2008, April) Telephone technical support. [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 41, 296.

Weinert, C. & Cudney, S. (2009, April). Women to Women: Onward and upward.  Communicating Nursing Research, 42, 392[CD-ROM].

Weinert, C. & Cudney, S. (2008, April) Women to Women Project: Conceptual model evolution. [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 41, 295.

Weinert, C. & Cudney, S. (2007, April). Women to Women Project History: From computer support to conceptual model [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 40, 565.

Weinert, C. & Hill, W. (2005). Computer-based health education for rural women: Knowledge gained [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 38, 284.

Whitney, A., & Weinert, C. (2002). Rural women with chronic illness: Hearing their messages about health care [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 35, 402.

Winters, C. (2004, October). Computer Technology: A solution to distance and isolation [Abstract]. Nursing science: Working toward a healthier nation [CD]. Washington DC: National Congress on the State of the Science in Nursing Research.

Winters, C. (2010, April). How did the dish turn out? Consumer response to the recipe. [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 43,110,[CD-ROM].

Winters, C., Cudney, S., Sullivan, T., & Thuesen, A. (2007, April). The Impact of Rural Living on the Lives of Women with Chronic Illness [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 40, 358.

Winters, C., Sullivan, T., & Weinert, C. (2003). Exploring chronic illness in isolated middle-aged rural women [Abstract]. Communicating Nursing Research, 36, 74

 

 

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Presentations

Anderson, K. (2003, April).  Description of the methods and intervention. [Poster]. Western Institute of Nursing, 36th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

Anderson, K., & Weinert, C. (2003, April). Women to Women 2: A computer-based support and educational intervention [Poster]. Western Institute of Nursing, 36th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

Bloom, J., Jones, B., & Weinert, C. (2005, April). Phones, computers & rural women [Poster]. Western Institute of Nursing, 38th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Crowley, N., & Weinert, C. (2007, April). Women to Women Conceptual Model for Psychosocial Adaptation to Chronic Illness [Poster]. 40th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Portland, OR.

Cudney, S. (2002, November). Rural health: Computer-based support [Poster]. Second Biennial Rural Health Conference: From Practice to Research, Strathmore, Alberta.

Cudney, S., & Kinion, E. (2009, June). Enhancing partnerships between chronically ill rural women and their health care providers [Podium]. 5th International Rural Nurse Conference, Boise, ID.

Cudney, S., & Weinert, C. (2000, January 15). Rural health problems and using the Internet [Podium]. Women's Health Fair, Livingston, MT.

Cudney, S., & Weinert, C. (2009, April). Women to Women – Onward and upward. [Poster]. 42nd Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Salt Lake City, UT.

Cudney, S., & Weinert, C. (2007, April). Women to Women Project history: From computer support to conceptual model [Poster]. 40th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Portland, OR.

Hampton, J. (2006, April ). Women, spirituality, and chronic illness [Poster]. 38th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Albuquerque, NM.

Marcille, L., & Weinert, C. (2009). Loneliness: Rural women with chronic illness. [Poster]. 42nd Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Salt Lake City, UT.

Oriet, P. (2004, September). Living with chronic illness: Women's health [Podium]. Certified Medical Assistants’ Regional Meeting, Bozeman, MT.

Oriet, P. (2003, October). Midlife: Hormones & chronic illness [Podium]. Montana Nurses' Association Convention, Bozeman, MT.

Oriet, P. & Schillo, L. (2003, April). Women to Women 2: Health teaching units [Poster]. Western Institute of Nursing, 36th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

Paul, L. (2003, May). Managing chronic illness in rural areas: An innovative multidisciplinary telehealth research project [Podium]. National Rural Health Association, 26th Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Paul, L. (2001, July 20). Women to Women: Using telecommunication technology to provide nutrition information to rural women with chronic diseases [Podium]. 34th Annual Society for Nutrition Education Conference, Oakland, CA.

Pohl, C., Weinert, C., & Kinion, E. (2008). Women to Women: Enhancing self-care. [Poster]. 41st Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Orange County, CA.

Pohl, C., Weinert, C., & Kinion, E. (2008). Women to Women: Enhancing self-care. [Poster]. Student Research Celebration, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT.

Spring, A. & Weinert, C. (2007). Cyberspace: Providing support and health education to rural women via the new frontier [Poster]. Charting New Frontiers in Rural Women’s Health Conference, Washington, DC.

Spring, A., & Weinert, C. (2009). Rural women with chronic illness: Spousal support. [Poster]. 42nd Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Salt Lake City, UT.

Weinert, C. (2002, October 14). Chronic illness management: Support and education [Podium], Sigma Theta Tau International, Gamma XI Chapter, Little Rock, AR.

Weinert, C. (2005, April). Computer-based health education for rural women: Knowledge gained [Podium]. Western Institute of Nursing, 38th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Weinert, C. (1999, June 26). Computer-based support: Acceptance, adaption, and evaluation [Podium]. Sigma Theta Tau International, 11th International Congress, London, England.

Weinert, C. (1999, November 8). Computer-based support: Received, provided, and sought [Podium]. Sigma Theta Tau International, Scientific Sessions, San Diego, CA.

Weinert, C. (2000, March 24-25). Computer-based support: Rural women managing chronic illness [Podium]. 13th Annual Northern Regional Rural Health Conference, Spokane, WA .

Weinert, C. (1999, April 23). Computer-based support: Rural women's perceptions [Poster]. Western Institute of Nursing, 32nd Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, San Diego, CA.

Weinert, C. (1999, May 7). Computers: A Women to Women link [Podium]. Research Day, College of Nursing, Montana State University-Bozeman, Bozeman, MT.

Weinert, C. (1999, October 8). Cyberspace support for rural women with chronic illness [Podium]. University of Wyoming, College of Nursing, Laramie, WY.

Weinert, C. (2009, September). Enhancing the lives of chronically ill rural women: Computer supported intervention [Podium]. Triennial Conference of the Rural Women’s Study Association, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.

Weinert, C. (2009, June 5). Growing up to be a rural nurse scientist: Triumphs and defeats, quality and quantity, fun and frustration. Keynote address, 5th International Rural Nurse Conference in Boise, ID.

Weinert, C. (2007). Impact of a computer-based intervention on chronic illness [Podium]. 39th Biennial Convention, Sigma Theta Tau International, Baltimore, MD.

Weinert, C. (2009, November 1). Information management, better informed decision making, better client provider interactions. [Podium]. 40th Biennial Convention, Sigma Theta Tau International, Indianapolis, IN.

Weinert, C. (2003, July). Managing chronic illness in a rural setting [Podium]. Sigma Theta Tau International, 14th Research Congress, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.

Weinert, C. (2002, March 7). Managing chronic illness in rural settings [Podium]. Sigma Theta Tau International, Alpha Phi Chapter, Laramie, WY.

Weinert, C. (2002, November 26). Managing chronic illness: Rural dweller's perspective [Podium]. National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine, Washington, DC.

Weinert, C. (1997, June 30). Nursing intervention: Rural dwellers & chronic illness [Podium]. Dedication presentation, Burns Telecommunications, Center Montana State University-Bozeman, Bozeman, MT.

Weinert, C. (1997, April 4). Nursing intervention: Rural dwellers & chronic illness [Podium]. University of Texas, School of Nursing, Austin, TX.

Weinert, C. (1997, May 3). Nursing telecommunication intervention: Use & satisfaction [Poster]. 30th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Portland, OR.

Weinert, C. (1997, December 3). Nursing telecommunication intervention: Use & satisfaction [Podium]. 34th Biennial Convention Scientific Sessions, Sigma Theta Tau International, Indianapolis, IN.

Weinert, C. (2010, September 27). Online health teaching: Chronic illness self-management [Podium]. The National State of the Science Congress in Nursing Research, Washington, D.C.

Weinert, C. (2004, April 23). Overview: Maintaining quality in rural multi-site research: Leadership strategies [Podium]. Western Institute of Nursing, 37th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Portland, OR.

Weinert, C. (2004, April 22). Overview: Without Walls: A Rural Research Center [Podium]. Western Institute of Nursing, 37th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Portland OR.

Weinert, C. (1996, November 12). Rural health needs and telecommunication [Podium]. Sanford Center for Aging, University of Nevada, Reno, NV.

Weinert, C. (2005, October). Rural women living with a chronic illness: Virtual support groups [Podium]. Kappa Omicron Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International, California State University, Chico, CA.

Weinert, C. (2000, May 4). Telecommunication in rural health [Podium]. University of Alaska, Anchorage, AK.

Weinert, C. (1998, April 3). Telecommunication intervention: Rural women and chronic illness [Podium]. School of Nursing, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.

Weinert, C. (2006, March). Using computer technology to enhance chronic illness management [Podium]. 21st International Conference on Computers and Their Application (CATA), Seattle, WA.

Weinert, C. (1999, April 15). Using technology in rural health [Podium]. College of Nursing, University of Texas, Austin, TX.

Weinert, C. (2004, October). Virtual support group for rural women living with a chronic illness [Podium]. National Rural Women's Health Conference, Penn State University, Hershey, PA.

Weinert, C. (1998, September 11). Women helping women in rural areas [Podium]. Business and Professional Women, Western Regional Leadership Conference, Bozeman, MT.

Weinert, C. (2002, November 8). Women to Women and CRCHC [Podium], President's Advisory Council, Montana State University-Bozeman, Bozeman, MT.

Weinert, C. (1995, April 3). Women to Women: MSU Rural Electronic Linkages [Podium]. College of Nursing, The Journal Club, Montana State University-Bozeman, Bozeman, MT.

Weinert, C. (2008). Women to Women Project: Conceptual model. [Podium]. 41st Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Orange County, CA.

Weinert, C. (2003, April 11). Women to Women2: A Computer-based Support and Educational Intervention [Poster]. Western Institute of Nursing, 36th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

Weinert, C. (2003, April). WTW2 Overview: A computer-based support and educational intervention [Podium]. Western Institute of Nursing, 36th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

Weinert, C. (1996, May 10). Women to Women Project [Podium]. College of Nursing, Montana State University-Bozeman, Bozeman, MT.

Weinert, C. (1997, July 18). Women to Women Project [Podium]. Minority Apprenticeship Program American Indian Research Opportunities, Montana State University- Bozeman, Bozeman, MT.

Weinert, C. (1998, November 21). Women to Women Project: A telecommunication application [Podium]. Internet Festival, Montana State University-Bozeman, Bozeman, MT.

Weinert, C. & Cudney, S. (2007, April). Women to Women Project history: From computer support to conceptual model.[Poster]. 40th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Portland, OR.

Weinert, C., Spring, A., Cudney, S., & Winters, C. (2010, April 16). From oven to table: A recipe for helping rural women adapt to chronic illness. [Symposium]. 43rd Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Glendale, AZ. 

Weinert, C. (1998, March 23). Women to Women Project: Rural mid-life women managing chronic illness [Podium]. College of Nursing, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ.

Whitney, A., & Weinert, C. (2002, April). Rural women with chronic illness: Hearing their messages about health care [Poster]. 35th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Palm Springs, CA.

Winters, C. (2004, October 9). Computer technology: A solution to distance and isolation [Podium]. National Congress on the State of the Science in Nursing Research, Washington, D.C.

Winters, C. (2003, April). Preliminary findings [Podium]. Western Institute of Nursing, 36th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

Winters, C., Cudney, S., Sullivan, T., & Thuesen, A. (2007, April). The impact of rural living on the lives of women with chronic illness [Podium]. 40th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Portland, OR.

Winters, C., Sullivan, T., & Weinert, C. (2003, April). Exploring chronic illness in isolated middle-aged rural women [Podium]. Western Institute of Nursing, 36th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

Worth, C., & Weinert, C. (2010). Rural perspectives: Pain management & the creative arts. [Poster]. 43rd Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, Western Institute of Nursing, Glendale, AZ. 

Worth, C., & Weinert, C. (2010). Rural perspectives: Pain management & the creative arts. [Poster]. Student Research Celebration, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT.

Worth, C., & Weinert, C. (2009) Use of creative arts as complementary therapy by rural women coping with chronic illness [Poster]. 40th Biennial Convention, Sigma Theta Tau International, Indianapolis, IN.

 

 

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Proposals

Funded

1994 "Special Award- Distance Learning," (PI), US West Foundation, Montana State University, Office for Outreach and Extended Studies. ($10,000)
1995 “Managing Long-term illness: Electronic Linkages in Rural Montana," (PI), MONTS. ($20,000)
1995 “Women to Women,” (PI), MSU College of Nursing Block Grant. ($1,500)
1996 "Rural Electronic Linkages: Dissemination," (PI), Zeta Upsilon Research Award.($475)
1996 “Rural Electronic Linkages: Support and Psychosocial Health- A Pilot Study,” (PI), American Cancer Society. ($28,810)
1996-1998 “Rural Help-Seeking: A Joint Exploration,” (PI), CON Block Grant Program. ($1,960)
1996-1998 "Support and Education by Telecommunication for Women with Diabetes in Rural Settings," (PI), American Association of Diabetes Educators, with Lucretia Smith. ($20,000)
1997-1998 "Nursing Intervention: Rural Dwellers and Chronic Illness," (PI), U.S. West, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI). ($10,000)
1997-1998 "Rural Isolated Women: Support and Education," (PI), SC Ministry Foundation, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI). ($102,688)
1998-1999 "Nursing Intervention: Rural Dwellers and Chronic Illness," (PI), Arthritis Foundation, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI). ($4,000)
1998-1999 "Nursing Intervention: Rural Dwellers and Chronic Illness," (PI), Montana Chapter National Multiple Sclerosis Society, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI). ($2,500)
1998-1999 "Nursing Intervention: Rural Dwellers and Chronic Illness," (PI), U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Fund for Rural America, (97-36200-5247), with Kim Obbink (Co-PI). ($200,000)
1998-2000 "Nursing Intervention: Rural Dwellers & Chronic Illness", (PI), NIH/NINR James A. Shannon Director's Award (R55 NR04422-01A1), with Kim Obbink (Co-PI). ($100,000)
1999-2000 "Women to Women Project," (PI). Montana Chapter of the National Arthritis Foundation, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI). ($4,000)
1999-2000 "Women to Women Project," (PI). National Arthritis Foundation, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI). ($25,000)
1999-2000 "Women to Women Project," (PI). SC Ministry Foundation, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI). ($61,883)
2000-2001 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), SC Ministry Foundation, with interdisciplinary research team (Co-Investigators). ($56,000)
2000-2001 “Women to Women Project,” (PI), National Arthritis Foundation, (Renewal of 1999-2000 grant). ($12,500)
2001 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), Arthritis Foundation. ($2,400)
2001-2002 "Exploring Chronic Illness in Isolated Middle Aged Rural Women," (Co-Investigator), Center for Research on Chronic Health Conditions in Rural Dwellers, with Charlene Winters (PI), and Therese Sullivan (Co-Investigator). ($10,000)
2002-2006 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), NIH/NINR, 1R01/NR0790801, with interdisciplinary research team. ($825,535)
2003 "WTW2: Long Term Effects of a Computer Intervention," (PI), Zeta Upsilon, Sigma Theta Tau International, with Wade Hill (Co-PI). ($1,300)
2006-2010 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), with Shirley Cudney, Deborah Haynes, Wade Hill, Elizabeth Kinion, Susan Luparell, Pat Oriet, Lynn Paul, Therese Sullivan, & Charlene Winters, NIH/NINR, 2R01/NR007908-04A1. ($1,259,904)
2007-2008 “Women to Women Project: Enhancing Self Care,” (PI), SC Ministry Foundation, with Elizabeth Kinion and Shirley Cudney (Co-Investigators). ($80,000)

Not Funded

1993 “Rural Montana Cancer Survivors: Electronic Linkages,” (PI), NIH/National Cancer Institute with Mary Burman, Kip Canfield (University of Maryland), Kerry Petrucci (University of Washington), not funded.
1994 “Electronic Rural Healthcare," (PI), AARP Andrus Foundation, Action Demonstration Program, not funded.
1994 "Women to Women: Electronic Linkages," (PI), NIH/National Cancer Institute, with Mary Burman (University of Wyoming), Kerry Petrucci (University of Washington), not funded.
1995 “Electronic Support in Rural Health Care," (PI), Art Ehrmann Cancer Fund, National Fraternal Order of Eagles, not funded.
1995 “Rural Electronic Linkages: Support and Psychosocial Health,” (PI), National Institute of Mental Health, with Mary Burman (University of Wyoming) and Cynthia Cantril, not funded.
1995 “Rural Electronic Linkages: Support and Psychosocial Health- A Pilot Study,” (PI), AARP Andrus Foundation, not funded.
1995 “Rural Electronic Linkages: Support and Psychosocial Health- A Pilot Study,” (PI), National Multiple Sclerosis Society, not funded.
1996 "Nursing Intervention: Rural Dwellers and Chronic Illness," (PI), NIH/National Institute for Nursing Research, with Mary Burman (University of Wyoming) and Kim Obbink (Co-PI), not funded.
1996 "Rural Electronic Linkages and Chronic Illness," (PI), Ameritec Corporation, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI), not funded.
1997 "Nursing Intervention: Rural Dwellers and Chronic Illness," (PI), HRSA, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI), not funded.
1997 "Nursing Intervention: Rural Dwellers and Chronic Illness," (PI), U.S. Department of Commerce, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI), not funded.
1998 "Rural Electronic Linkages: Support & Psychosocial Health," (PI), HRSA, Rural Outreach Grant Program with Kim Obbink (Co-PI), not funded
1998 “Women to Women Project,” (PI), Women Helping Women Foundation, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI), not funded.
1999 “Women to Women Project," (PI), Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI), not funded.
1999 "Women to Women Project," (PI), National Arthritis Foundation, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI), not funded.
1999 "Women to Women Project," (PI), Starr Foundation, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI), not funded.
1999 "Women to Women Project," (PI), Steele-Reese Foundation, with Kim Obbink (Co-PI), not funded.
2000 "Online Support Network for Rural Chronically Ill Women," (PI), Jacobs Institute of Women's Health, with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2000 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (RFA response), with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2000 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), AOL Rural Telecommunications Leadership Awards, with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2000 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2000 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), NIH-NINR, with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2000 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), Pfizer Inc., with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2000 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), U.S. Department of Agriculture, with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2001 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), Oncology Nursing Society, with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2001 "Women to Women 2," (PI), American Cancer Society, with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2001 "Women to Women 2," (PI), National Telecommunications and Information Administration, with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2002 "Center fpr Research on Chronic Health Conditions in Rural Dwellers" (PI), NIH/NINR, Research Supplement for Underrepresented Minorities, not funded.
2005 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), Arthritis Foundation- Chapter Award, with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2005 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), Arthritis Foundation-National Award, with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2005 "Rural Chronically Ill Women: Online Support Network," (PI), NIH, NINR, Competing Continuation, with interdisciplinary research team, not funded.
2007 “Montana Farm/Ranch Women’s Health Study,” (Co-Investigator), with Elizabeth Kinion (PI), MSU Office of the VP for Research, Creativity, and Technology Transfer: Scholarship and Creativity Grant for the Advancement of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, not funded.

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