Active Research Projects
- Clinical trial of Ceftriaxone in subjects with ALS
- A multicenter study of cognitive dysfunction in ALS
- Development of a "Medical Home" for pediatric neuromuscular patients where physicial, psychosocial, social and spiritual care is coordinated through HSC.
- Connecticut Sickle Cell Consortium: Lifespan Approach for Education, Care and Support Services
- Tracheo-Arterial Fistula Formation in a Chronically Tracheomized Patient Population: Is the Risk Increased?
Completed Research Projects
- Easy Breathing Community Initiative: Pediatric Asthma Management
- Investigate the usefulness of computer-assisted "scannable forms" for data collection and management
- Effect of an inhaled anti-oxidant on subjects with bronchial asthma
- Influence of neuroticism on illness appraisals and functional status in subjects with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- Clinical trial evaluating the safety and efficacy of the discussed formulations of salmeterol and fluticasone in subjects with COPD
- Generational differences in the nursing profession: the effects on recruitment and retention
- Electrical stimulation and bone mass in elderly post-stroke women
- Effect of an inhaled anti-oxidant on nitric oxide levels in expired breath of individuals with lung disease
- Effect of massage therapy versus guided imagery in ventilator-dependent patients
- An evaluation of a new quality of life questionnaire in individuals with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- Investigation on the safety and efficacy of complementary and alternative medicine treatment
- Post-intensive care unit mechanical ventilation at long-term hospitals: a multi-center outcomes measures study
- Long term use of inhaled anti-oxidant for the treatment of COPD
- Comparison of delivery system for ipratropium / salbutamol and ipratropium bromide
- Partners in Caregiving in a Special Care Environment
- Assessment of attentional functioning and malingered memory deficit
"The answers to improving care for our patients with chronic illness must come from future research innovations."